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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by STANGBOYTOM, Mar 26, 2013.
Just saw a commercial there coming back !
YAY!!! Lets see what the script writers have written for a story this season!
Sorry, but I hate all of that garbage. You can just hear the cue cards in their voices. It is just too fake.
Though my wife enjoys it and we only have one TV...sometimes I don't like that arrangement.
This is a good thing?
Only if you like scripted "reality" television.
No, not really. Unless something really changes. Anyone else seeing that? I'm not...
Great, more distractions for them. Have only been waiting six months on my ZK-22. They promised all 2012 orders would ship by the end of Feb 2013.
I canceled con cast a couple months ago pink sweater firearms i can do without its sons of anarchy im bummed im gonna miss
Is that part of it being a game changer?
Well, I am happy it is coming back. One of the reasons I heard it had been cut was because of Sandy Hook. It will be nice to see that the evil guns are not so evil that they can't be on TV anymore.
And, staged or not, I like seeing what they come up with. They do some crazy stuff. Think my favorite was the three saiga 12 gauge gatling gun.
On the reality gun show subject, have you guys seen the "co-pilot" lever action rifle that the guys at Wild West Guns make? That thing looks awesome!
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Please, Please, Please give us a full range report when you finally get it. That thing looks so cool!
Well keep a look out for this guy on the show I heard he is suppose to be on there for a episode. It is my wife's boss .
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Also, is that thing integrally suppressed? And, if so, did you have to do the tax stamp and paperwork that you would with a regular suppressor?
The ZK-22 I mean.
I believe it is a shroud. IF it is a silencer then integral or not you would need to do the proper NFA paperwork.
It is pictured with Red Jacket's own 22 suppressor, not integrally suppressed. If you want to suppress it, you'll have to go to a local dealer like Curt's and pay $350-$500 for a suppressor +$200 BATFE tax stamp and wait 6+ months.
The reason the ZK-22 must have an 18.5" barrel is that it must maintain an overall 26" length and that is the only way to accomplish that feat. I bought a 20" barrel and had it threaded down to 18.5".
With a .22 suppressor that has the same diameter .920" of a bull barrel it LOOKS integral though. AAC's Element 2 would be one of those. On a Mark pistol w/bull barrel it looks like one piece as opposed to a Sparrow which is a little wider. Hope that helps.
I dont care for the show so much after watching several episodes, the head smith was a jealous whiner, the new son in law is a little slow, the owner has anger management issues im not impressed by, seems they just keep reinventing the wheel and taking claim to innovation and frankly it pissedmeoff they pulled the show because of Sandy Hook and returned the second the ban was dropped, I realize its the producers not the actors making that decision, but they are back to make money now the coast is clear......turncoats comes to mind
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Any gun show on t.v. is a positive thing in my opinion, yea reality t.v. sucks but it may draw more people into firearms and that usually is a good thing.
I watch it for the humor content. It’s like a window into a trailer park in Louisiana.
But seriously, do we really need EVERY target to explode and nearly behead a cameraman? I can’t tell you how often that happens to me in my daily life.
I agree and disagree. The problem is the people that don't know better are basically watching these idiots "play" with guns and doing ridiculous things with them. Everything they shoot has to blow up.