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    2018 random firearm pic thread.

    Lets try this again.


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    Well, I'll be blah blahed!


    Here's my contribution for starters.
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    Geissele trigger in the M4, Aimpoint PRO, Troy flip up, Geissele super charging handle (highly recommended), Surefire G2X. Color is Foliage.

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    Not the best photo, but a really great shooter from a time when Robinson Arms really meant something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imanaknut View Post
    Not the best photo, but a really great shooter from a time when Robinson Arms really meant something.
    They really screwed the pooch when they abandoned that rifle. I was going to get one if they ever got the belt feed conversion going. Never did as far as I know.

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    FAL receivers; top to bottom: Type 1, Type 2 and Type 3.

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    Thanks for that post Schuetz! Looks like an Imbel gear logo on the Type 3, which looks just like the one on my STG-58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imanaknut View Post
    Thanks for that post Schuetz! Looks like an Imbel gear logo on the Type 3, which looks just like the one on my STG-58.
    It is an Imbel. I purchased it as a new stripped receiver and eventually built it into an Imbel folder kit Para type.

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    Compilation of my U.S. service rifle clones from the latter half of the 20th century.
    Top: Springfield Armory M1A with original GI wood stock and faux auto selector.
    Middle: M16A1 Clone; NoDakSpud receivers and a mixture of original and reproduction parts.
    Bottom: M16A2 Clone; has gov't profile barrel.

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    [IMG][/IMG]


    Got the 1906 Swede around thanksgiving and the Stevens 620 last month.


    the stevens was beat up pretty good and i had to do some work and welding on the forearm assembly and whacked the barrel down to 18" vs it's beat to shit 28" dented up original . was too cheap to pass up and i got maybe 3 hours into it work and blueing.
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    New for this year, another AR, but this's nekkid I thought I'd ready posted it, but maybe just not on this thread ... It's actually finished now with a black MagPul trigger guard



    I'm not sure if this counts, but it's like a new gun even though it's just a new barrel for the x39 upper I got from Primary Arms/Bear Creek Arsenal and installed last night



    I think this Zastava M85 in 7.62x39 is new this year too ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimberkid View Post
    New for this year, another AR, but this's nekkid I thought I'd ready posted it, but maybe just not on this thread ... It's actually finished now with a black MagPul trigger guard


    That's too pretty to shoot. It looks like you've made a display model for some big gun manufacturer to show off at a trade show.....

    Beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schuetzenman View Post

    I'd have a safe full of Henrys if they had a loading gate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FunkyPertwee View Post
    I'd have a safe full of Henrys if they had a loading gate.
    I wonder if there is some patent that is preventing them from doing a loading gate. The original was King's Patent and it first appeared on the model 1866 Winchester rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schuetzenman View Post
    I wonder if there is some patent that is preventing them from doing a loading gate. The original was King's Patent and it first appeared on the model 1866 Winchester rifle.
    I thought it was more of a historical tradition that is still being carried on by Henry. Haven't they always used the tube loading technique?
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