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Old 02-15-2013, 11:07 PM   #1
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So they had this in stock the other day so we went back to pick it up. She fell in love with the Uzi a couple of years ago when she got to shoot the full auto version. Not quite the same ... but close!




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Old 02-15-2013, 11:10 PM   #2
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Nice sweet lookin gun

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She works this weekend. I might have to take it to the range before she gets a chance...

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One of the very first firearms I ever shot was an Uzi that looked just like that. I'll never forget that rifle. You know how we all are about 'our very first time'?
It was a very fun gun to shoot, very accurate. I fell in love.........

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Dunno where you live but it might be worth doing the sbr paperwork to legally shorten that barrel for her!!

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Dunno where you live but it might be worth doing the sbr paperwork to legally shorten that barrel for her!!
I'll have to bring that up to her. I think she likes the longer barrel but who knows...I'm only her husband! She often surprises me.
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Well, if you did the SBR paperwork, and she likes the short barrel, you might just as well add a suppressor!

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Well, if you did the SBR paperwork, and she likes the short barrel, you might just as well add a suppressor!
That's right!
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Might be able to find a Fake Can that'll lock onto the Stock Barrel. Should save you a $200 Tax Stamp, anyway.

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