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Old 01-31-2010, 12:11 PM   #1
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Got this Reising 50 a few years ago and it runs great. Just clean it after each range trip and no problems. City of Pittsburgh is stamped on the stock.

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Old 01-31-2010, 12:20 PM   #2
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.45acp or .22lr? is your selective fire?

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45acp, selective fire. The local range I use bans fully automatic weapons but will let use this one set on single fire. This came in handy when I was checking and adjusting my magazines. I have to go to Knob Creek if I want to shoot it fully auto. Short bursts work best, long bursts and it wants to keep climbing no matter how well you brace or lean forward.

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I've wanted one for years. Like an idiot, I didn't grab one when they
were $1500 for a nice one. Now they are 3 to 4 times that---and I
still don't have one!

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The high prices today keep me from buying a lot of things. Glad I bought a few nice things when they were cheaper.

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Yes I am a fan. And with the prices that's all I'll ever be. I will never fall into the owner category!

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This is the only auto I own and I got it and several cases of full metal jacket rounds for it when they were still relatively cheap. I couldn't afford or justify buying enough ammo or another like it now.

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