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Old 01-12-2014, 04:32 PM   #11
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that is pretty cool Havoc!

i have no personal desire to own a FA firearm, but will support your right to own one if you desire 1000% each and every day. i hope you are able to move and enjoy it to it's full potential one day.
If I could own and afford a FA, I'd have one. It would probably be a safe queen but I'd be happy just knowing it was in my safe.
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If I could own and afford a FA, I'd have one. It would probably be a safe queen but I'd be happy just knowing it was in my safe.
even if i could afford a FA firearm, i doubt i could afford to feed it after i had it!

i have shot a few in the past, and they were a blast to shoot. i would jump at any opportunity to shoot one as well. i just don't have any desire to own one personally. but i full support the rights of anyone who wishes to own one.

and i don't think they should have to have a $200 tax to own either.
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even if i could afford a FA firearm, i doubt i could afford to feed it after i had it!

i have shot a few in the past, and they were a blast to shoot. i would jump at any opportunity to shoot one as well. i just don't have any desire to own one personally. but i full support the rights of anyone who wishes to own one.

and i don't think they should have to have a $200 tax to own either.
I had the opportunity to shoot a full auto Tommy gun. The thrill of a lifetime I hope I could repeat someday. It was waaaaaay fun!!!!! But we went through the .45 ACP like crazy.
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I have $1100 in the gun which came with several mags and $200 in the stamp .
I dont think you can even buy a unassembled kit for less than $1500+ now a days and my understanding is it takes some serious skills to make these kits run right
I am sure it was worth the wait
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I had the opportunity to shoot a full auto Tommy gun. The thrill of a lifetime I hope I could repeat someday. It was waaaaaay fun!!!!! But we went through the .45 ACP like crazy.
i shot a MAC 10 and an Uzi. both ate ammo like a muscle car drinking gas!
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Nice gun havoc. Congrats.

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i shot a MAC 10 and an Uzi. both ate ammo like a muscle car drinking gas!
The very first rifle I ever shot was an Uzi. But it was not full auto. But accurate as hell. I was hitting those steel targets more often than not. That's the rifle that hooked me on shooting.
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The very first rifle I ever shot was an Uzi. But it was not full auto. But accurate as hell. I was hitting those steel targets more often than not. That's the rifle that hooked me on shooting.
Would you pretty please give me a bit of a full range report, and if you can, find out what exact make?

I've been kicking around the idea of a 16" barreled UZI carbine in 9MM for years, but just never could make up my mind.
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If you ever get the opportunity to get to Vegas . Go to Battlefield Vegas and shoot some FA stuff . My package with ammo was around $159 . I shot a FA Uzi , FA AK 47 , FA. MP5K and a FA AR15 . They have over 250 different weapons on hand and you can even shoot a mini gun if you dig deep enough in your wallet

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I was able to shoot real MP5's when I worked for a PD years ago. It was hard to fire 3 rounds or less when I pulled the trigger. It was more fun than one should have. Back then, it was cheaper to buy 9mm than reload it.
I am 7 months into my wait for a stamp to take possession of my last suppressor (I swear!). It would have the stamp by now if I would have waited 3 months and e-filed!

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