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So any other gun loving furs out there

Erzyal

Keeper of useless information
I got a beautiful mosin nagant, i know its a cheap gun but I still love it.

It was a sniper rifle that actually got used in combat (at least that was what the seller said, who knows?)
 

Zuriak

Designated Bearforce
I got a beautiful mosin nagant, i know its a cheap gun but I still love it.

It was a sniper rifle that actually got used in combat (at least that was what the seller said, who knows?)
They're solid guns, though your would've been a sniper if it came with a scope and those rifles go for around $600 due to their value and accuracy.
 

Roose Hurro

Lovable Curmudgeon
Banned
I don't own any guns (they're for hunting where I live) nor do I "love" them, but I do like to watch videos from time to time and I'd like to go to a shooting range one day.

Here's a few:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGSHapPH_f8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7x6xJADNOiE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dp52zvKdxLg


I'm more of a HK fan myself. The AK variants are cool but old school HKs are my fave.

See above vids for my faves... I'm really Old School!

Oh, and I own one of these:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViNY0_d1Apc
 

Khaki

AFP's Most Unwanted
I always thought that the Aussies would have a strong gun culture like here in the southern US, I feel sorry for any gun owning Aussies.

Depends on whereabouts in Australia you are located I guess, the majority of people I've met are either indifferent or interested in shooting,
you only ever seem to hear the anti-firearm rhetoric being spouted by some muppet on the media who lives in Sydney or Melbourne, not that
it stops illegal firearms being imported there..

That being said, there is a difference in that it's generally more seen as a sporting leisure like fishing or just a tool for working out bush
when it comes to the culture, unfortunately the American culture in regards to self defence and constitutional right is actually used
as a hyperbole deterrent by people as to why we should not take similar measures.
 

Zuriak

Designated Bearforce
N-n-necro! Since we have a thread for this, I might as well use it.

So I got a Chinese look-a-like rail for half the price of an actual MI one (I'm evil, I know), and then a Vortex Strikefire II red dot scope and slapped it on my Yugo pattern AK.

http://i.imgur.com/zR58zoj.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/LjOEaeR.jpg

It sits a little high above the barrel, but alls you have to do it aim the dot slightly above your target and let it rip. Anyone else got any scopes that they use?
 

Atreides

New Member
Probably the only thread I'll ever post in so here are my pew pew sticks.

https://imgur.com/xL4qtZj

I have a RRA LAR-15 1:9 twist with a shitty wally world red dot, definitely going to be the first thing I work on when I get some shekels. Iver Johnson 45. Hawk 1911 with a Baretta bobcat 21 and a 1929 hex receiver 91/30 moist nugget. The PSL is the only thing I can really brag about these days and even that's a stretch.
 

Erzyal

Keeper of useless information
They're solid guns, though your would've been a sniper if it came with a scope and those rifles go for around $600 due to their value and accuracy.

Got mine for a little over a hundred. The scope was there but it didn't work right anymore / damaged.
 

Luca

Lined my brain with more eyes
I've always had an interest in getting into firearms. Not sure if I'll ever actually do it. When I was younger I used to joke with my parents that when I was gonna move out, I'd get all the things they never wanted me to have. A gun, a trampoline and a pool. Well I've had other two of those now. Maybe one pay I'll get a pistol.
 

Torrijos-sama

The Artist Formerly Known as Jesusfish
What I most appreciate about Texas and Oklahoma is that everyone, regardless of political beliefs on the issue of guns, owned guns. Not necessarily A gun, but guns. Normally just a shotgun and a revolver or something of that sort. The "gun nuts" were the ones with rifles in particular.

Sadly, my folks have my guns. I could not bring them with me, because the government doesn't really like them in military installations, and California doesn't like anything that makes a bang.
 

Kosdu

Member
What I most appreciate about Texas and Oklahoma is that everyone, regardless of political beliefs on the issue of guns, owned guns. Not necessarily A gun, but guns. Normally just a shotgun and a revolver or something of that sort. The "gun nuts" were the ones with rifles in particular.

Sadly, my folks have my guns. I could not bring them with me, because the government doesn't really like them in military installations, and California doesn't like anything that makes a bang.

You missed the most in front of everyone.

Hell, I remember shooting guns in my best friends backyard when I was a kid - it was Comanche land and the only person downrange was a lawyer his grandfather hated for taking his land, I believe.

Shot off a 410, .22, and I believe my friend said he had a .50cal (he had a closet full of these things).
 

Zuriak

Designated Bearforce
Probably the only thread I'll ever post in so here are my pew pew sticks.

https://imgur.com/xL4qtZj

I have a RRA LAR-15 1:9 twist with a shitty wally world red dot, definitely going to be the first thing I work on when I get some shekels. Iver Johnson 45. Hawk 1911 with a Baretta bobcat 21 and a 1929 hex receiver 91/30 moist nugget. The PSL is the only thing I can really brag about these days and even that's a stretch.
Nice setup, that's a sexy Mosin.

That PSL is actually worth lots nowadays, so don't write it off as unimpressive just yet!
 
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