Now I just know the BATF and the CT Legislature will not let me at one of these toys but this seems like the ideal aboard gun for traveling in some of the worlds more dangerous waters such as the Southwest Pacific and parts of the Carribean.
The use of that muzzle break might on a boly action rifle might get the felt recoil almost on par with a .22cal rimfire. I will be curious as to how the reliablity holds up with those multiple recoil buffer springs in teh upper reciever but conversion kits for an existing Barrett M82A1 seem like a good idea. Besides a coversion kit is not a new firearm as the reciever is already legal in most states, not CT but nothing says I can not have one in some different state provided I legally aquired it.
I am at this point wondering where one could get ammunition for it.
posted on 02/04/2003 11:27:30 PM PST
(Stay well - Stay safe - Stay armed - Yorktown)
To: harpseal; patton
I think were SOL for ammo sources in the USA. We could hire out as Mercs in some third world apple orchard security inc limited corp ect ect and get Uncle money bags to foot the bill and the import license ?.......Not that I haven't been thinking about it :o)
As you state .....one hell of a shark gun !
Hey Patton wheres that old gomers with no future job list you have hid ? Harp and I need some cover for this new toy !
Stay Safe !
posted on 02/04/2003 11:33:29 PM PST
(RKBA the original version of Homeland Security .....the one proven method that works !)
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