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    I prefer my RPD to both. When you have a 200 round drum you don't need to aim. It comes with a bipod for those times when you're sleepy and want to take a nap. I'm looking for a 45 round banana mag if anyone is selling. I said selling, not gouging.


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    Why am I the only one who liked bobs ak pictures? Don't hate, feel the love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricolordad View Post
    Why am I the only one who liked bobs ak pictures? Don't hate, feel the love.

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    My AKs are too manly for normal men.... lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnerbob View Post
    My AKs are too manly for normal men.... lol.
    If a gun could grow chest hair, it would be the kalashnikov. If a gun could grow pubes, it would be the mosin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricolordad View Post
    If a gun could grow chest hair, it would be the kalashnikov. If a gun could grow pubes, it would be the mosin.
    Disturbing images, my man...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnerbob View Post
    Disturbing images, my man...
    I'm already having daymares about finding a clump of curly coarse hairs inside the trigger guard.

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    FWIW... Everyone should have one of each.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanimator View Post
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    Best argument I have ever hear on this matter revolves around the following:
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    There is actually a design feature on the AR platform included because the manufacturer knows the gun will probably jam on you at the most inopportune time.
    Its not for a jam. But for a weak individual that either did not pull the charging handle all the way back, or rode it home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The2ndPatriots View Post
    Its not for a jam. But for a weak individual that either did not pull the charging handle all the way back, or rode it home.
    This is not entirely true. It was designed to force the bolt home no matter of the manner in which it was prevented from doing so... whether it be riding the handle home or from a "jam". My M4 did not agree with the dust in Afghan and I had to use the bolt-assist more times than I felt I should have.
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