Skip to comments.Gun Talk Radio 1/8/12
Posted on 01/08/2012 5:11:26 PM PST by mylife
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Good stuff, but it doesn't navigate feed ramps.
My girlfriend and I run a business at gun shows. I just set her up with a JBL Docker Sound system. I may have to look into her downloading the podcast and playing it through her iphone. She’d probably love that.
That is a pretty neat idea.
I would go for it, I don’t see any problem with it.
What do yall sell?
That’s a strange looking .22 round, looks to be a whole lot more of slug than case.
It’s subsonic with a thump!
I believe the Israelis developed it.
Thanks for the info, g’nite
Muzzle Velocity: 950 fps
Muzzle Energy: 120 ft. lbs.
Take care 50. See you next week.
Let’s see that’s about 300fps, give or take, less than a standard .22lr round.
In high school the rifle team practiced with standard ammo but on the day before the match, I think, and on match day thry had match ammo. The match ammo was Remington, IIRC, and had silver cases. According to the rifle team coach, MSGT Johnson, the match ammo was slightly slower than standard and made with more precision. The only way you could tell the two apart was the match ammo had silver looking cases. It also cost more than the standard but I don’t recall the difference.
I have heard of the sub-sonic ammo not functioning well in some semi-autos.
Yes, the subsonic load probably is insufficient to cycle the semi auto, plus the long lead projectile tends to foul in sharp feed ramps.
It’s still an interesting “specialty” round.
Yes, understood. The Super Max does navigate the feed ramps.
Well I have to call it a nite
See you in the future
It looks okay, but I think you might be alble to get something a little bit cheaper if you build it yourself.
Not long ago, I think I saw some stripped lowers going for about $100. (Spikes Tactical, I think.) A standard lower parts kit usually sells for $50 to $75.
As for a stock, it depends on what you get.
I was using this stuff in a marlin 60.
It did not like it, and that marlin eats anything.
When I pushed them in by hand, the worked great.
The lead got gouged and hung it up going up the feed ramp due to the long lead projectile.
Thanks for dropping by.
GT is HUGE in Slovenia! LOL
Mostly second amendment friendly, politically incorrect conservative themed stuff. Gadsden flags, crazy belt buckles, 2nd amendment caps and quality men's hats. We don't recommend going through airport security with some of the grenade and gun buckles!
We are mostly at events in eastern Washington and northern Idaho. madhatterscloset.com
We are working on getting all our stuff on the website. I'm having some fun putting together a sort of old-time piano player outfit with a derby for the shows. It's pretty fun working them.
Would you shoot someone over property?
I would not, even though the law allows it and you are stealing my work< and Lord knows what the fudge the perps intent is when they are in my home.
It’s reasonable to be in fear for your life.
Beef jerky always sells as an impulse buy.
Good luck FRiend.
I have been less than impressed with the Walther.
I’d go for the ruger mark III
Congrats Houston Texans!
Congrats Denver Broncos!
Thanks to all who stopped by!
She'll like this ver
If gotten legally, "stuff" represents that period of time spent, either physically or with one's imagination, working to acquire it.
Someone who steals that "stuff" is killing you, if only negating that portion of your life spent acquiring it, or that future portion of it spent to replace it.
The only people who think property shouldn't be protected with deadly force are Marxists.
Is that the one who was chasing the owners daughter, or the chubby whiner with all the tattoos?
The tattooed guy with a brain and skills.
Too bad it looks like most of us wont have a chance to get one.
Better get one of the old ones, since the new Remington barrels are no good. /sarc
Looks like the new rifle will be .300 win mag. That should give them some real advantage.
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