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Old 07-08-2010, 04:18 AM   #1
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Default Intratec, Cobray, Masterpiece Arms. Any good??

I've been looking at these for a few days on Gunbroker. I haven't had much time to look up reviews plus I'd rather get opinions from you guys. You all seem very knowledge filled and smart cookies. They look like they are fun to shoot. I'm just concerned about durability and lifespan of the weapon. Just wondering if I should stay away from them and get a couple 30 rd. mags for my Ruger P95. Thanks for reading.
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Old 07-08-2010, 08:36 AM   #2
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There was a time that they would sell kits and the purchaser would have to cut out the receiver and shape it. They have their uses in the original guise as a military weapon, but I really don't see too many showing up on the range.
A firearm is like a car. When you see Toyotas and Hondas all over the place, one could think that they are good all around cars. If you see only one Yugo, then.....
And I look at purchasing a firearm the same as a car. I look in the back and if I see a number of the same model on the racks getting repaired, guess which model I am not going to buy.
(30 round mags are cheaper than another handgun)
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