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Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by toolman, May 20, 2008.
Not in love but drooled a little. lmao
Gotta be mighty expensive. I'm betting $4k or better.
I'll say better. lol
how sweet is that, now all you gotta do is enlist and maybe you can play with one.
Too old to enlist but maybe I could swap my boat for one. :09:
ive heard bad things about boats and guns on this forum, be carefull.
Yes, my friend, sometimes guns just fall overboard with no apparent reason. The laws of physics are different on the water.
Why are they pink?
Nah, just keep the boat. You may have to make a river get-a-way when the SHTF. lol
Better yet, you have somewhere to sleep if and or when the wife boots you out. lmao.
Part 2 is a big 10-4 buddy! :09:
Very nice but way out of my price range.
Of course they'll never release those to the civilian market. Dammit. But at least our troops are getting something the Bad Guys are going to learn to respect and fear, unlike the Poodle Shooter. (We ought to be picketing the Pentagon with signs, chanting, "Hey, hey; Ho, ho; M-16 has got to go!" Our troops deserve a REAL combat rifle!)
Civilians can have one built on a forged receiver (LRB or Chinese)
that is identical except for the selector switch.
The sound suppressor is available to civilians from Dave Fisher.
These are the same rifles except for the optics, tri-rail stock,
GLFS, stainless barrel and accessories.
You know it's awful odd that I remember around 20 some years ago, back when I actually bought and read SOF magazine.
There was a debate over the possible need for an updated M-14 for combat in the middle east and looky what we got now.
Very similar in configuration with the exception on these not having an E2 type stock and the the old test guns they some of the SOF guys built not having sound supressors.
This Smith Enterprise, Inc. M21A5 Counter IED Long Range Precision Rifle
(LRPR) was tested at Ft. Benning in March of 2008.
The rifle is in a Cryo'd USGI synthetic stock without bedding.
The rifle fired groups under 1 MOA at 1000 yards with M118LR ammo.
I wonder how well that cheek pad remains on the stock after several rounds???