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Discussion in 'The Guns Galore Section' started by Commando, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. JCalhoun

    JCalhoun New Member

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    It's a real hoot! :D
     
  2. Commando

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    I've always wanted to shoot a Thompson!! I envy those who have! :cool:
     
  3. sinissa

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    My weapon expirience considered exclusivly on domestic production rifles such as: (sry im bit rusty with names)
    -M-75 Pistol, 7.65mm Zastava
    -CZ-99 Pistol 9mm Zastava
    -AUTO10 Pistol 40SW zastava
    -Scorpion SMG,designed in Chechoslovakia,domesticly produced by licence.

    Here go bigger guns :D

    -12 gauge double barrel shootgun (own a one) ,prefer to use slug :)

    -6mm single shot smooth bore rifle, dated from 19-th century (own it) i cant find manufacturer,but moust probably from Germany r Italy.

    -AK-47 made in Yugoslavia M-70 and M-70ab2

    -M-72 bigger brotther of M-70,with longer barell and bigger gas chamber.

    -M-84 (Serbian made PKT) my favorite i used it when i was in army.

    -Single use rocked launcher "Zolja" (forgot oficial name)

    - And used Fragmentation granades shooted from rifle barell "Tromblon mine"

    -Hand granades,2 types, diference is that one got plastic body and weaker (offensive) and second got full metall body and it is much stronger (defensive)

    Had chances to use some biggers gun ,but i did not...i dont like when i dont see what i hit.
     
  4. raketti75

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    I've fired with:

    AK-47 (7.62x39)
    RK-62 (7.62x39)
    PKM (7.62x53)
    FN HP-DA (9mm)
    APILAS (112mm) =)
    M72A5 LAW (66mm)

    None of the above are mine,but I've trained&shot with 'em when I was conscript

    After that I've shot only with .22 MAB pistol....
     
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    intresting sinnesa , i didnt know there were offensive and defensive grenades , it makes perfect sense though .
     
  6. JCalhoun

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    IDK do western army's got same classification of grenades. Defensive,u probably got good cover to use it safely for ur self,offensive, whell, cover is what u find in the dated momment.
     
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    Well I'll start off with hunting gunz I currently own: Win Mod 12 & Remington Mod 11/48 both 28 ga. Rem Mod 11 20 ga. Browning A5 in 20 & 12 Ga. My hunting rifles are out of my military collection. My carry pistols are a Hungarian PA 63 in 9mm Makerov and a 60s vintage military contrakt Browning HP. Also have a couple of Colt single actions and a Ruger Bear Cat.
    I have shot almost every variety of US small arms to include full auto & mortars from the Spanish/American War period to current.
    I have also shot the same variety of WW 1 & WW 2 German and all of the WW 2 Brit weapons. I've also shot all of the ruskie/com block weapons used from WW 2 thru Viet Nam.
    In addition to having shot them, I currently own "at least" one example of most of them.
    I started collecting military firearms in about 1953.
    Sarge
     
  9. KMZgirl

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    Grew up shooting a BB gun. Then more recently, just a .22. Mom always carried a .38. Would love to restore and carry it.
     

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