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Old 10-10-2008, 06:55 AM   #11
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Yeah well it was more of an idea that I "might" get around to" in a few months or I might not.... And I asked where you lived just as a reference on gun laws in the rest of the country. But thanks for the input on my "inquiry"

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Old 10-10-2008, 02:14 PM   #12
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Moron moves like this one are what's getting .223 ammo listed as 'Handgun Ammunition' around here.



Just what we need, more regulation on 'Handgun' ammunition.
Uh no. Completely wrong. There is no difference between the pistol I showed and the ones you showed, they are from the same page as a matter of fact.

How about trying to be less concerned insulting people and more concerned with contributing to the website?

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Now, the actual 'Pistol' versions don't have a recoil tube and buffer/spring sticking out the back,
Actually, what is being missed by the All Knowing is that the "Pistol" designation is local to the municipality it is manufactured in. Olympic Arms happens to be produced in Washington State, the same place I live and referenced in the first post. This model pictured below is almost the same it just doesn't have a free floated tube over the barrel and the "soft squishy" cover over the buffer tube.


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Old 10-16-2008, 05:56 PM   #13
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OK I know Kel-Tec makes a weapon that looks kinda like an AR with no stock.... So I was wondering if anyone maybe makes a plug or something you could use on a standard lower?
Now This is just kinda my mind wandering into things I cant afford to do but my curiosity got me on this....
I have one of the Keltec pistols,and it is a pretty accurate gun. It accepts any AR magazine,and with a 30rd you can use it as a forward grip to help stabilize the weapon when fired. And it is a whole lot cheaper than an AR pistol,about half as much. I wouldn't really want to use this gun as a home defense weapon though,it is an absolute must to have hearing protection on when fired "IT IS LLLOOOUUUDDD" since it has a short barrel and you wouldn't be able to hear after you shot it indoors. I have shot it at an indoor range and everyone was complaining about it being so loud. THB
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My only question is............WHY?
What...you mean you don't want a heavy, unwieldy firearm with lowered accuracy and increased recoil?
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What...you mean you don't want a heavy, unwieldy firearm with lowered accuracy and increased recoil?
But it looks soooo cool...
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I love the fact that most pictures have a bayonet lug on the weapon.

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I love the fact that most pictures have a bayonet lug on the weapon.
You mean that's NOT practical??

Crap.... Back to the drawing board....

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Dunno about that one....CZ sells them for their CZ75 pistol

https://shop.cz-usa.com/item_detail.aspx?ItemCode=11900

https://shop.cz-usa.com/images/items/zoom/11900.jpg

Just haven't decided if I really want to attach one to mine or not

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