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Old 07-19-2012, 04:08 AM   #111
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We aren't talking about if we agree with the people using them, just the superior weapons.
Good point. IMO the AK is the best well rounded combat rifle ever! I dont like or agree with 99% of the ones that use it, but hey. Its an accurate, durable, reliable, easy to clean, hi cap mag capability, & non-expensive rifle.
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Good point. IMO the AK is the best well rounded combat rifle ever! I dont like or agree with 99% of the ones that use it, but hey. Its an accurate, durable, reliable, easy to clean, hi cap mag capability, & non-expensive rifle.
Right on, if it's a good weapon it's a good weapon. Sure it's the weapon of choice for terrorists, but that's because it is durable, cheap and easy to use, all good features in my book!
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Well, if it hadn't been for those "no good SOB Russkies", we

would have lost WWII. Balkan and Soviet arms are quite

competitive in the shooter's world, so you may want to examine some

of their designs in an unbigoted, open-minded, unemotional fashion...
Very good point. Those "SOB Ruskies" gave millions of lives to the war effort to help stop the third reich. They were on our side during WWII.
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Very good point. Those "SOB Ruskies" gave millions of lives to the war effort to help stop the third reich. They were on our side during WWII.
Not to mention the Eastern Front devoured about 76 entire German

Divisions, during the war. No other Allied force, army, or country can

make this claim. They had tank battles in Russia which makes the

Battle of the Bulge look like a walk in the park.

But as someone else said, "it's the guns"...
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A usgi m2 transferable mg would be awesome. I imagine it would cause a small fortune.
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I like the m2..... But im pretty sure its not an SMG

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I like the m2..... But im pretty sure its not an SMG
Technically it's a pdw.
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I went to a Gun Show in San Antonio today, and had a chance to see an MP-34 & MP-40 in person. Very cool looking SMG's. They weren't For Sale, just on display at a WW-II Vendor Table. My Vote went for the MP-40!

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I went to a Gun Show in San Antonio today, and had a chance to see an MP-34 & MP-40 in person. Very cool looking SMG's. They weren't For Sale, just on display at a WW-II Vendor Table. My Vote went for the MP-40!

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Awesome. One of those babies would be a blast to shoot. If I had the cash to go put and buy a bunch of full autos, you bet I would, but with the price and ammo expenditure, I have insufficient funds :'(
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