"OMG" -- WE NEED AN IMPORTER !!

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by rusobr2, May 22, 2011.

  1. rusobr2

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    Colour me a bit confused...
     
  3. rdb241

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    Yeah the VEPR-12 molot is pretty cool looking
     
  4. rusobr2

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    "darkminstrel" a bit confused ? why may i ask is this happening ?
    as far as i know--- no one is importing these yet !
    we do have the ak's and sk's -- but none with the stocks,and fit and polish + weight difference .

    steven
     
  5. darkminstrel

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    Well I see a 91/30 outfitted with an AK rail and a no-cheek-weld height scope. An SKS with the same 'feature'. An original issue Nagant revolver??? It looks like they're slapping on silly scope mounts to old first-line rifles and re-selling. The VEPR is a good deal as I know they're outstanding rifles but the rest of the selection leaves me puzzled as to exactly why.
     
  6. Skang

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    I like the look of Semi-auto hunting rifle "Vepr-Super". Darker wood would be better.
     
  7. rusobr2

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    the "vepr's" are the ones that really caught my eye...
    to me anyway, the pistol grip on the stocks seem to be set a little more fwd. then most , and it looks to be a comfy stock !
    i'm old school......so blue & wood is what i really look for, and i don't get to excited about lam. stocks . i always ask myself,couldn't they afford a whole piece of wood ?

    my thoughts only.....steven
     
  8. salmonriverjohn

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    Ya Steven, I like my wood on steel too. I have my synthetic evil black rifles, but it's just tough to give up on the beauty of a fine hardwood stock.
     

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