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Old 04-03-2014, 01:34 AM   #51
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Galil is my first choice, and most likely my next purchase. Until then, I prefer my AK 47 over my AR. The reasons have already been said. No need to beat a dead horse.
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Cuz I'm a burger man! Pulled pork will most likely beat a burger for me, but a burger beats steak.



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i wonder if they offer a pellet gun that looks like an AK?
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i wonder if they offer a pellet gun that looks like an AK?
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i wonder if they offer a pellet gun that looks like an AK?

There is: http://www.gunlistings.org/missouri-gun-classifieds/springfield/rifles/27339/ak47_type_.177_pellet_rifle_with_folding_stock


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Man that is a really hard question only one gun. I don't think I could ever only have one gun. But if I had to say one I'd say my .40 s&w for the fact of being able to conceal it.
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- your OP was not really a serious question, just having some fun. Jokes on us dumba**es for playing along

- turns out you are an AR15 man, got it. lots a folks are.

- your 'one gun' would be a 40 caliber pistol. Not a rifle or a shotgun which can double in self defense roles as well as hunting and long range....nope.....a 40 caliber pistol.

sorry hard to take your comments seriously.
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I think we now have the answer.
AK or AR ? ? ? .40 is the answer (just when we've been told it was 42)
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I actually own both ( two AK's, one AR and starting on another AR build this weekend.). I love both for different reasons but if you truly want a "grab and go" weapon then I prefer the Ak. You can literally drag them through anything and even without cleaning them the will still fire. Their tolerances are not as tight as the Ak but that was precisely what Mickael Kalishnakov was after - something low tech that any, not highly educated Russian farm boy, could master easily and quickly. I am not looking to hit 1/2 moa groups at 300 yards in a grab and go situation; rather, I want something highly reliable that has descent knock down power and the AK answers that mail. I still love my AR but I know I have to clean and maintain it much more frequently than the AK. Bottom line is try a friend or friends out and pick what you feel will be the right firearm for you and your needs. Not all states allow deer hunting with the 5.56/.223 round but do with the 7.62x39/.308 calibre. Enjoy whichever one you choose.


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Has the OP even been on the forum in that last two years? . . .

Nope, he was run off in the first week.

But go ahead. . he still needs an answer.


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