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Old 03-21-2013, 07:55 PM   #11
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:03 PM   #12
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Very nice,
just just get that stamp and it can look alot like this only in a different caliber , This ones 9mm

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Very nice,
just just get that stamp and it can look alot like this only in a different caliber
You bastard lol is all you need a tax stamp? And how much do they run ?
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Also have the H&K MP5A5 and it has fired everything I've put in it.
Good fun to shoot along with my Sig Sauer 522.



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Tax stamps run $200 to the BATFE along with a 6 month wait, finger prints, photographs, and your local LEO to sign off on acknowledgement of what your building . , This one is paid for but Im still waiting on my stamp to come back before I can pick it up .

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Very nice,
just just get that stamp and it can look alot like this only in a different caliber , This ones 9mm
Haha yea that's tits man. The dude that sold it to me said his friend had a real version of mine 9mm full auto. 16gs. **** that. I could have a 9 second mustang with another 16k lol. Wicked cool but not worth $16,000 IMO.
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I love mine. I run CCI through it. I have heard of people having problems with the Remington bulk packs. Rails can be difficult for it. Cheap ones need some dremel work and good ones cost a pretty penny. I went the cheap route and added. Sightmark reflex to it

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Just left the range. Gun shoots awesome. Zero complaints. I had a little bit of a hard time adjusting to the iron sights. I'm hitting about 5" low from 50yds. I'm sure it's me.

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Nice gun! I was looking at a GSG before all the BS in New York rolled around. Needless to say it looks like I won't be getting one until I move to a more gun-fun state

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I was looking at these types of 22's but none have threaded barrels so I got a Remington. I've handled and shot the GSG's and they are nice.
Not as nice as a true full auto MP5 when I had access to one. Now I can only shoot one in my dreams.

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