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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Sniper4Life, Jan 6, 2007.

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  1. Sniper4Life

    Sniper4Life Member

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    What are they? I only have one. Here it is with one of my best 200ydgroups.(shot from prone) :neener:

    Savage 12FV .308, Barska SWAT 6-24 scope:D
     

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  2. GreenFurniture

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    Newest one is a Remington 700 TWS complete with a Thundertrap!
     
  3. RemingtonFreak870

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    I'm working on this one, I got a 30 round mag and a scope mount today. Put my Leupold 4x on there, I cant wait to take it out and dial it in. I really want a shoulder strap and a Surefire or something like it.
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    This is a different type of tactical I guess. Snowballs chance in hell this thing will print a dime sized group.:laugh:
     
  4. Jackal

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    Here's my tactical rifle, a Bushmaster 16" carbine. It's fast, light and clean of the over-accessory virus, the way a rifle should be. Only things added were, a light, foregrip and rail forearm. Accurate enough at 200 yards, minute of soda can with irons. Yup, just like a carbine should be...:cool:
     

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  5. flip180

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    Mine aren't very tactical but,

    I'm sure the anti's would love to take them from me if they had the chance.
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  6. cslinger

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    I have a few evil black rifles, but as for tactical that comes from the guy behind the trigger and I, myself, am about as far from high speed, low drag tactical as you can get. Therefore no tactical rifles here. :neener:
     
  7. dispatch55126

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    I'd choose my Mosin. Its about as anti-tactical as they come, but if they're indoors, I can fire a round or two in their direction then walk up and club them with the butt as the rifle report would blow out their eardrums and give them vertigo.
     
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    I'd choose my Mosin. Its about as anti-tactical as they come, but if they're indoors, I can fire a round or two in their direction then walk up and club them with the butt as the rifle report would blow out their eardrums and give them vertigo. :evil:
     
  9. Father Knows Best

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    Here's my collection -- a scoped PTR-91, Arsenal SA M-7S with Kobra red dot, and DSA SA58 Para Congo:
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  10. treebeard

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    Father Knows Best, nice PTR-91 you got there. How is the accuracy with that scope? I am thinking about getting a PTR-91 myself.
     
  11. tmette

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    What kind of AR is that? I want one and would like it to look pretty much EXACTLY like that!
     
  12. flip180

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    tmette,

    It is a Stag-15 (Model-1 Pre-Ban). It has a Daniel Defense single point sling attachment, a Wilderness Tactical single point sling and a RRA two stage trigger. Would you believe I bought this rifle used with 2200 rounds down the tube for 650.00. It came with everything mentioned except the sling. It also came with five magazines and a nice soft case. What a deal.

    http://www.stagarms.com/rightrifles.htm

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  13. MJ

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    You can run but you can't hide

    You will only die tired.:neener:
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    :evil:
     
  14. grimjaw

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    Arsenal SAM5, complete with tactical mouse deterrent.

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  15. flip180

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    That SAM5 is just beautifull.

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  16. Frog48

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    Yugo SKS

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    Not really a battle rifle, but its what I use for long range shooting: Savage 110 in .30-06

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  17. pccraig

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    Here's mine,

    Not affected by weather, no feed jams, and never runs out of ammo.
     

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  18. browningguy

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    I'm very tactical, in a old, rounded, and balding sort of way. None of these are really tctical but I'm getting them to shoot ok.

    The newest addition - KelTec SU16 C - I've added a Nikon Buckmaster scope to it since the photo.
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    My older Su16 A
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    DPMS 16" bull barrel upper, DPMS lower with JP Trigger
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    AA 16" .50 beowulf upper on a RRA lower
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    Custom 6x45 upper on a DPMS lower
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    FN 49 in 8mm
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  19. DogBonz

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    that is the nicest tactical cat that i have ever seen...:p
     
  20. RockyMtnTactical

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    I don't know if this one counts... but it's pretty capable.

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  21. tmette

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    No, I can't believe it! Sounds like an AWESOME deal you got there, I hope I find one like that becuase I really don't think I'll like the idea of buying an upper and a lower and putting them together becuase I really don't know anything about AR's as of now.
     
  22. Rexrider

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    This is as tactical as it gets for me.

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  23. ForeverArmed

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    I have to confess to hating the word "tactical," :neener: but those sure are some nice weapons. (Nice cat, too.)

    Grant45: I've heard the Savage 110 gets excellent out-of-the-box accuracy. Has that been your experience? I'm thinking about picking up a new bolt rifle and have been eyeballing a 110.

    Another (probably stupid) question for anyone: How does the bipod attach to those bolt guns? Sling swivel?

    Thanks.
     
  24. jrfoxx

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    Chinese SKS-M
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    Wasr-10
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    Wincheter 70XTR 30-06 (for that "if it's tactical enough for deer at 300yds, it's tactical enough for people at 300yds" school of thought :)
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  25. Bazooka Joe71

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    My one and only right now...

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