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Thread: OUR DEAR FRIEND HAS CANCER FCS
12-25-2012, 08:41 PM #26599
I have considered a suppressor.
They're not all that expensive, really, but they do require the same paperwork as a machine gun.
12-25-2012, 08:42 PM #26600
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12-25-2012, 09:16 PM #26604
In Nam, you could use the M79 to fire a fragmentation round from a more or less covered position, because a conventional grenade required a throwing motion that could expose you to Charlie.
12-25-2012, 10:00 PM #26605
What is the difference between these ak47 and thd expensive one?
12-25-2012, 10:07 PM #26606
My daughter just won
TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLSARS
on her scratch off ticket from her xmas stocking!
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12-25-2012, 10:14 PM #26609Professional Member
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- GTA, ON
Over here, anything full-auto is prohibited. If even an air rifle looks like an AK, it's prohibited. That's why 7.62x39 shooters are mostly confined to the SKS and the 858. There's the XCR, but my rectum hurts just thinking about the $2500ish price tag. That's also the price point of most bullpups that shoot rifle calibers, especially if they're non-restricted (treated as hunting rifles, don't have to register them, you can put'em on a truck rack as long as they're unloaded). AR's are "restricted," treated as pistols and SBR's, so you can't take them anywhere but you can get a permit to take them directly to the range and back, have to be unloaded, locked away from ammo and trigger-locked. Can't even make a detour to the store on the way back from the range. My "one fine day" arsenal will include the following:
1) A few SKS'.. You can't eat just one and they're dirt-cheap in Canada.. Currently got 2, they cost me less than $300 combined
2) 700 - eventually I wanna get into precision shooting [a few years from now]
3) My Mk II G - already got the Bushnell Banner 4-12x40 on it
4) A 10/22 as a zombie gun (also not high on my priority list as I already own a .22LR rifle)
5) The Norc Type-97 bullpup (if they don't allow it come spring or I can't get my hands on one due to a demand overload, I'll just go with a domestic AR and deal with the tighter regulations)
6) An 858 variant, probably in SBR configuration, in 7.62x39, adapted to take XCR-L mags (XCR-L is treated as a pistol.. In Canada center fire rifle mags are restricted to 5rds, pistol mags [rim and ctr] are restricted to 10rds), thinking 11.8 or 7.5" barrel
7) A Shadow for action shooting
8) An 870 to join the shadow and the Type-97 for 3 gun events
9) A TT-33 because it's an awesome little pistol
10) A 1911, do I even need to explain myself?
A couple of positives in Canadian firearm laws. There are no waiting periods for long guns. If you have a license, you can go to the gun store with a truck and you can load it with guns. Long guns don't have to be registered. Even though we do have to register pistols, SBR's and some "evil" black rifles, we don't have to pay for it. I know you guys had some weird restrictions on pistol grips, muzzle breaks and whatnot.. We can accessorize our long guns any way we want as long as we keep the barrel over 18.5" and it stays semi-auto. By the way, while our mags are neutered, I don't think a psycho or a hardened criminal would lose sleep over unneutering a mag and turning it into a "prohibited device".
P.S. Congrats on the 20G's
12-25-2012, 10:27 PM #26610
Lots of sks ak47 here $1100
Zaskava ak47 for $7-800
12-26-2012, 01:12 AM #26611Professional Member
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