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Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by Bcamos, Sep 8, 2016.

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    Finally put a couple hundred round through it. It had no issues. It is far more violent than my MPX was though.
     
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    Good to know.

    Still drooling over the MK18 thou :)
     
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    My first double gun, 12g Husqvarna 1310, made in 1962. Waiting on a replacement bead but it is not gonna stop me from trying to kill some doves with it, the full chokes won't help me either but im going to hunt this whole season and decide what I want to potentially open them up to. 20200930_181610.jpg
     
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    Beautiful!!!
     
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    Here are three more that didn't load yesterday, the price was right and it has enough of a patina I don't think for a second about bringing it out and using it. 20200930_181616.jpg 20200930_181619.jpg 20200930_181643.jpg
     
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    Thats a keeper for sure! How does it shoot?
     
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    Good, only shot at two doves so far both of which were clean misses, full chokes and practically no double barrel experience so that didn't surprise me. When I was patterning and shooting the first time I had it out I was having issues with it punching the primers on the cheap winchester western no. 8s but after switching to remington shur shot shells that seems to have stopped. It kicks for sure!
     
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    Back home in Ohio, getting ready for deer season 2020.

    Ruger American Ranch in 350 Legend, Leupold VX Freedom 3-9x (Firedot duplex reticle) 00100lrPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20201018191420473_COVER.jpg
     
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    20201030_182124.jpg Some new Czech steel, CZ 75 B Omega, and the shop had a bunch of like new CZ 75 mags in the used mag bin! Always wanted a steel CZ 75 and this one was priced right.
     
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    Nice one, I have always wanted a 75. Wonder Nine :cool:
     
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    Thanks! Do these make it down into Bulgaria much?
     
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    New Atibal 1-8 for the 16 inch AR.

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    Yes, the 75 and 85 models are popular here. There are many IPSC guys with 75s, for CCW the Glocks seem to be most popular here.
     
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    My son just did this paint job for a friend.

    Don’t know all the specs on the rifle, just showing the paint work.

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    I have heard many good things about the C 75 but have never shot one yet.
     
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    it is isn’t it !!!

    The CZ75 is one of the great handguns, to me it is there with the BHP and P226/228 !!! They have been imported here since the 70s and had a good following !! I never realised that they were uncommon in the US till after the Cold War.
     
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    That is one of the reasons I have always wanted one, I love P226s, first hand gun I shot ALOT of rounds though and got actual training with. I was actually issued a p229 but liked the p226 more overall. I am pretty well sold on the Sig p320 these days but found my self hankering for a full size da/sa 9mm with a decocker. Leather shoulder holster with dual mag pouches is inbound, once I get some rounds though it and night sights mounted its gonna be my winter time "I'm feeling old school today" carry.
     
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