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Old 08-26-2009, 06:29 PM   #1
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Default Your Morning, Pick up your Paper in your Robe Gun

Not sure if you guys have seen this or not but thought i would post it up... Its a prototype by MagPul Industries called the FMG-9 and is perfect for Tony Soprano to carry as he goes out to pick up his paper in the morning.

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Old 08-26-2009, 06:33 PM   #2
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That is totally freakin awsome! Too bad they arent making plans to manufacture or I know what would be on the top of my christmas list

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I've seen that product video before, but I still like watching it. I really like that product. I think that product could fill a much needed slot in the undercover LE world.

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Hell I want one, even if it uses a Glock! That's pretty neat, in a covert, Get Smart, James Bond kind of way. The song Secret Agent Man by Johnny Rivers started playing in my mind when I saw that?

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Cute concept- but can see two problems-

First, with the shoulder stock, that is going to be a Class III Short Barreled Rifle.


Second, it is based on the action of a Glock.

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I saw the video quite some time ago. I think its goofy.

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Cute concept- but can see two problems-

First, with the shoulder stock, that is going to be a Class III Short Barreled Rifle.


Second, it is based on the action of a Glock.

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As you said, its a concept. That could be any upper, dosnt HAVE to be a glock. Gotta admit, its still pretty sweet though
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Cute concept- but can see two problems-

First, with the shoulder stock, that is going to be a Class III Short Barreled Rifle.


Second, it is based on the action of a Glock.

( Stir, stir, stir!)
It will require a $200 tax stamp for the SBR. Might as well get the Full-Auto conversion for the Grock, same tax covers both.
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