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Old 09-08-2010, 06:27 PM   #1
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Default My birthday present last year.

Was a Mini 14.
Thought I'd show it off



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Very nice, it must have been a good birthday.



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Very nice.

We can't have folding stocks in Ca because they're evil.

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That is a seriously comfy-looking grip.

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I really like the Butler Creek folding stock. They're built very stout, and look very cool. Your barrel seems kinda bare though...

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Very nice.

We can't have folding stocks in Ca because they're evil.
A folding stock killed my family and burned my crops. Your government is wise to save you from the evil.
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Very nice, it must have been a good birthday.
It really was

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Very nice.

We can't have folding stocks in Ca because they're evil.
Maybe someday California will throw off the shackles and become part of the land of the free.

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That is a seriously comfy-looking grip.
It's not bad, it fits me well.

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I really like the Butler Creek folding stock. They're built very stout, and look very cool. Your barrel seems kinda bare though...
Y'know, I was thinking about a little decoration out on the muzzle.
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Now what kind of holster are you going to put that thing into? Looks way cool.
How often do you find yourself shooting with the stock folded?

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Maybe someday California will throw off the shackles and become part of the land of the free.

I hope Illinois becomes part of the land of the free, too
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Y'know, I was thinking about a little decoration out on the muzzle.

What could/would you put on the muzzle to decorate it? I'm new to guns and can't imagine what you could put on it.

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Now what kind of holster are you going to put that thing into? Looks way cool.
How often do you find yourself shooting with the stock folded?
I don't shoot with it folded as a rule, but I have tried shooting that way.
It's ok if accuracy isn't important, and it's kinda fun.

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Y'know, I was thinking about a little decoration out on the muzzle.

What could/would you put on the muzzle to decorate it? I'm new to guns and can't imagine what you could put on it.
For the sake of California gun owners, I'd hope the state would remember it's part of America, but it's not looking good.
A muzzle break is what I was thinking for decoration.


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