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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by sweetbeard, Aug 6, 2008.

  1. Boboclown

    Boboclown
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    No true FAL fan would ever say that. Polymer is in fact correct for some. Example, Steyr made STG-58s have bipods, steel handguards, and polymer stocks. Only early FN made STG-58s have wood.
     
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  2. Bigbaddude

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    E3340D56-6442-4647-9911-668792AA0F47.jpeg My dad gave me my first gun ever today can’t believe he saved it all these years. Not even sure how old I was but I remember having a hard time working the lever to cock it.
    Daisy model 102 early 70’s
     
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  3. Rusman

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    Recently completed this VEPR .308 with some help from Jeremy at Lucky Sporting Goods (stock fitting) and Mike at Tornado Technologies (pinned & welded the muzzle device). Aesthetically pleasing, accurate, and happily eats up any cheap steel-cased garbage I feed her!

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  4. infantry503

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    My upper came in today. SR-16 CQB battle pistol

    SR16 CQB.jpg SR16.jpg SR 16 upper.jpg
     
  5. DeanMk

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    Wow, that brings back some memories.
    That gun reminds me of a Daisy pistol I had when I was a kid.
    177 was the model, I think.
    Given to me by my parents neighbor when I was kid, because of me borrowing his 881 all the time :rolleyes:
    Took me a while to learn that not only does one have pull the slide back, but also return it forward, in order for the gun to operate like it was supposed to.
    One of the first gallery_153_25_5976.jpg moments I can remember having. :D


    Dean
     
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  6. Dirty Cary

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    20180602_175634.jpg his and hers..
     
  7. ravenswood

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  8. infantry503

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    My family has some items that are especially amazing, let me know if you know what these are.

    the family.jpeg
     
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  9. kimberkid

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    The bottom looks like an SR15 E3 SBR, next up is an SR25 Match, the one above it is a newer SR25 and the top one looks like Stoner 63 or maybe that Robinson knock-off they are all fairly expensive in their day and being Knights Armorment. The SR15 SBR is probably $22-$2500, the SR25 Match was $3500 new back in 1994
    The SR25 above it, I believe was in the $5-$6000 range
     
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  10. infantry503

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    Bottom is an sr-15 M4, two middle ones are sr-25's early 90's, top is Stoner 63.... all Vero Beach goodies.
     
  11. kimberkid

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    So, I'm pretty durn close ... Congrats!


    I've owned 2 of the SR25 Match rifles ... Within hours of selling the first one I started kicking myself, it was about 12-13 years before I had the money and oppertunity at the same time!
    Last I heard, Vero Bech, FL is the only place Knights/Stoners are made.
     
  12. infantry503

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    Haha I wish they were still in Vero Beach, Titusville is literally an hour and a half drive south of VB.
     
  13. kimberkid

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    Where/when did they move?
     
  14. infantry503

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    I believe in 2003 or so
     
  15. kimberkid

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    Wow, I am behind!

    So did Michael hit that area?
     
  16. infantry503

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    Michael missed them, they are located east of Orlando.... I called to see if they were ok. I have a few items being shipped from there right now.
     

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