Discussion in 'The Guns Galore Section' started by Boba Nette, Oct 8, 2004.
Nice pics, you know you can pack like 3 pics into one post if you host it on forum right? I think well last time I did it could pack a couple.
Miller's gun is one tricked-out firearm! I'll even give a point for customization to it! Any remaining emperors or leaders should consider one of those...
Miller I'll agree with the Luger because it is a beautiful gun and of course the Model 1911A1 (I own a de-activated one) but why the Sten Mk.II? and the others there's nothing particularly special about them.
ok what i think are the best are the:
Walther G22(just bought myself one)
arisaka type 99:
beretta model 1934:
colt model 1991 officer's compact:
Moschetto automatico Beretta:
What are the Walther G22's like to shoot?, I've heard all they have are problems
Always saddens me to hear how the British citizenry has had it's teeth-pulled with oppressive gun-regulation or out-right bans.
I've talked to a British "Bobby" that is a waterfowler. It is VERY difficult for a policeman to be allowed to teach his child to shoot, let alone actually take him hunting.
Thank GOD for the NRA here in the 'States.
I love my Benelli M1 Super90 and Beretta 686.
The majority of the bans only affect the mainland, the channel islands, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man still have self-loading full-bore rifles and handguns aswell.
For now I have to make do with either 2' long revolvers or black powder revolvers. We also do have a Nation Rifle Association over here, but it differs quite a bit from the American equivalent. We have many shooting associations who don't really work together which will help the downfall of shooting
i have the newer walther g22 where they fixed all the problems. i have had only one jam since i got it. iv shot about 1000 rounds. its very very accurate. great compact gun. makes squirrels surrender! :bang:
oh and america is the best
Hey uh how do I get up to Corporal?
Check this link:
ok thanks dude.
why is this deserted?
Miller, what you have to appreciate is the following.
Firstly this is an international forum, not a chatroom, people are online at all different times as many of us live in vastly differing timezones and/or have different personal commitments timewise regarding our jobs or families. Few of us, including the many of the moderators I would imagine have the time in our daily lives to spend hours at a time on here lurking and waiting for instant responses.
For the most part we'll spend a bit of time each day catching up on replies and debates that interest us and replying where relevant.
If you're expecting instant replies and general conversation, try a chatroom, MSN group or something similar.
Secondly, in all fairness (And this is intended as having a go, please consider it constructive criticism), your posting style does not lend itself particularly well to debates. Single sentence statements without any qualifying detail as to why you think that way are unlikely to generate many replies beyond equally brief rebuttals.
Silence when people do reply to such posts isn't too helpful either, if you genuinely want to get involved in the debates try supplying some detail, if you're not going to go into any depth at all don't be too surprised if people increasingly start ignoring your posts.
Equally nonesense like this:
In the thread "Would D-Day have been sucsesful without the Americans?" (http://www.fun-online.sk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4128) is unlikely to gain you much respect on the forum as a whole.
Just to reiterate, I'm not having a go at you, just trying to give some hopefully helpful pointers.
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i like the XM8, XM-29 OICW, an the new light wieght heavy MG: XM-29 OICW
XM8 Lightweight Assault Rifle
Alliant Techsystems / Heckler-Koch XM-29 SABR / OICW assault rifle
General Dynamics 12.7mm / .50 XM312 Machinegun