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Old 05-27-2007, 04:24 AM   #1
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Just thought i'd up my post count and let you all know i got to take my brand NIB Full auto Vector Uzi out for a test drive today. Put 12 25rnd mags down the tube. She aint a virgin anymore .

So, what FA's do you guys own? I have a mac10/9 and now the uzi.

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Old 05-27-2007, 03:14 PM   #2
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Default New FA UZI!

Hello GUNS$/ALL


RON L here = SERESURPLUS



At one time I owned a Mac-11 full, My Dad had a 1928, but when he died, I never did hear what happened to that gun? I have shot a lot of FULL AUTO in the service as well as after, so I don't have the "Bug" as bad as I did at one time? I'm glad your Vector worked out well and I always have Liked the MAC-10/Mac-11 series of Sub Guns, they are a hoot!@



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Old 06-05-2007, 02:15 AM   #3
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1928 Thompson, WWII M1 Thompson, MAC10-45 w/ suppressor, Saginaw M2 carbine, Colt M-16, and a TAC-65 suppressor for my Walther.

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Old 06-07-2007, 02:12 AM   #4
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well, not too many responses so far. I'll bump it. Here are my 2 FA toys.

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Old 06-17-2007, 08:39 PM   #5
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I see the UZI.... what is that other one?

I own a MP5-N with 3 round burst + FA

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Old 06-18-2007, 09:43 PM   #6
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UZIs and M11/9mm



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I see the UZI.... what is that other one?

I own a MP5-N with 3 round burst + FA
sorry been away for a while. the bottom one is a mac-10/9mm with an uzi mag conversion.

I only hope to have a FA mp5 someday. for now, i am survivin with my sbr bobcat bw5 semi clone with a trinity can. I love the way the mp5's shoot--the bw5 is by far my favorite semi sub gun.
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Just thought i'd up my post count and let you all know i got to take my brand NIB Full auto Vector Uzi out for a test drive today. Put 12 25rnd mags down the tube. She aint a virgin anymore .

So, what FA's do you guys own? I have a mac10/9 and now the uzi.

I have a full size registed bolt in 45 and in 9mm, and a mini registered bolt in 9mm. Rex at Vector cut the mini for micro, but I don't have a host for that yet. I have a MAC-10, MAC-11A1, AR15SP1, and 1919A4 as well. I bought an AC-556 from a friend, but haven't finished paying for it; so he hasn't shipped it to my local Class-3 and started the paperwork. Probably another 3 months on that one.

Here are some of my toys (I have 150 or so weapons, give or take): http://www.hcast.photosite.com/Rifle_Range_and_Weapons/
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HeadShot, you should show off the Mac 10 with the can attached. That thing is pretty doggone schweet!

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Old 07-06-2007, 08:26 PM   #10
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Thats quite a collection you've got there HeadShot! How many years have you been building it up?

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