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    I love my XD, but I prefer it in the .45 variety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdcleanfun View Post
    Sheesh! Why not just get a bazooka or a stinger? lol
    Quote Originally Posted by NDS View Post
    I could afford to take this rifle out into the desert and shoot it a bit (a little bit) every month or so. I could never justify the cost of shooting a bazooka or stinger.
    Quote Originally Posted by gdcleanfun View Post
    I understand. I was just trying to be funny.
    Honest--I was trying to be a bit fascetious too, but if I did somehow come into possession of this rifle I could conceivably reload for it and afford to shoot it occassionally. I could never afford to shoot even practice rounds out of the others$ on more than an annual basis. I do think you (we) are qualified to own any of them though...


    (so, if you buy a bazooka or a stinger--how about inviting me over to shoot a round or two?)
    Last edited by NDS; 09-27-2008 at 11:59 AM. Reason: grammar nazis do exist!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokin Po Boy View Post
    A friend of mine is looking into building an M-4 for himself and me .

    Hooray!
    Buy some lowers now. Depending on how things work out, they might quintuple in price by 2012.
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    If I could legally find one...

    An AR-15 with a XM-26 LSS/MASS.

    Don't know if they are available for sale to civilians as a class III/NFA firearm. It's just a box magazine fed 12 GA short barreled shotgun. I haven't found a dealer yet that sells them.
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  6. I am searching for a comfortable CC in .45 as i was told this is good stopper. I have Glk 23, however, it seems a bit big under a suit coat or on the belt...thoughts? and slao holstering...what to use. D

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    I am currently having a close friend building me an M-4. I also just piccked up my second Springfield XD, a sub-Compact HiCap 9mm. This is my 3rd pistol in 5 weeks, so I am stocking up. When the S--- goes down, I don't know which side I will be on, but I will be strapped.

    Michael of Winder-Barrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    Buy some lowers now. Depending on how things work out, they might quintuple in price by 2012.
    Only if Obama doesn't ban them; after all, they are part of that class of scary looking guns that antis like to refer to as "assault weapons."

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    Quote Originally Posted by netentity View Post
    An AR-15 with a XM-26 LSS/MASS.

    Don't know if they are available for sale to civilians as a class III/NFA firearm. It's just a box magazine fed 12 GA short barreled shotgun. I haven't found a dealer yet that sells them.
    I don't know that those will ever be available to civilians since they probably fall under the post-1986 ban. You could get a Masterkey though.
    Silent Running, by Mike and the Mechanics

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    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    I don't know that those will ever be available to civilians since they probably fall under the post-1986 ban. You could get a Masterkey though.
    I'm referring to the shotgun itself, not a select fire AR-15. You should be able to use the shotgun with any AR-15. Short barreled shotguns and rifles do not fall under the Hughes Amendment only burst and full auto (sub)machine guns.
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  11. What new firearms

    The thing to do, rather than sit around and dream what firearms we wouldbuy, is to do something to help prevent the further erosions of our Second Amendment rights. We are losing the legacy that the Founding Fathers gave us, and we must take action to stop it. The best thing I have found you can do is to contact Front Sight Resorts. Dr. Piazza has built a complex in the Nevada desert near Las Vegas that provides the best shooting instruction in the world, and is turning around the anti-gun people by offering them free classes at Front Sight. They provide a level of firearms instruction higher than that in the military or law enforcement. I am becoming a member of the Founder's Society, as I cannot afford to take classes or join the First Family. I am on a very limitied income, but support Dr. Piazza. Contact [email protected] and ask for the legacy DVD and the recent special offer. From the way many of you speak, some of you can afford it, and I wish it were available to all. They are now teaching more shooters than all the other shooting schools COMBINED. It might be worth your while to look into.
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