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Magazine addiction...

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by e9999, May 31, 2017.

  1. e9999

    e9999 You want to do what...? Moderator

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    Geez, I've always made a point of buying a bunch of mags whenever I'd buy a new piece, especially USGI or military collectible types, and now find myself having to admit I'm running out of space.

    Is 20 or so too many for one type of gub? I don't think so.

    One issue is the milsurp stuff, so many manufacturers, so little room...

    Any particularly rare ones for M1 carb, AR, FAL, BHP etc that I should know about before I let MUDBay (check there!) do its thing?
     
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    phrogg4evr Don't think I won't cut you GOLD Star

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  3. Dragos80

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    I just installed a high capacity, larger caliber, possible illegal in California. I will never register this assault weapon.

    IMG_20170626_210701925.jpg
     
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  4. Brentbba

    Brentbba Former Golfer SILVER Star

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    Nice 2x4 magazine extension. You bore out the wood and add a spring? 100 capacity? :hmm:

    If you put in anything that holds more than 10 rounds, then yes, it's illegal to USE here in the PRK. At least the law making you a felon for mere possession of a magazine with a capacity higher than 10 has been suspended...for now.
     
  5. Dragos80

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    Triple stacked - on both sides, multiple caliber, evil spring, easily converted to a grenade launcher and flame thrower, cancer causing base plate and pin, lead paint, non smog certified, highly poisonous to any life form including Mediterranean shrimp, asbestos coated inside out, made in a child labor rat infested sweat shop in China, partly assembled in Russia via North Korea, autographed by Putin while riding an unvaccinated goat and without wearing a helmet, flash hider mounted backwards on the magazine, 2" longer bayonet welded to a push-botton tripod with lasers on each of it's 5 legs while powered by double AGM batteries.
    Tested on pregnant dolphins.

    I did all that while drinking Alkaline water and wearing flip flops.
     
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  6. Brentbba

    Brentbba Former Golfer SILVER Star

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    OMG FUNNY LMAO - I'm glad I wasn't drinking anything reading that! :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

    You need to send those ideas to Sacramento so they can quickly draft a bill to outlaw it!

    To E9999 - on the hard to get mags, being a hoarder might not be a bad thing! The Matchbox cars I destroyed as a kid would be worth thousands now! Look at them as a retirement fund for your children!
     
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  7. Dragos80

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    It was in response to this picture. Many others have their own rendition of mags attached to different objects.

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  8. 73fj40lc

    73fj40lc SILVER Star

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    He is fixing to be a Darwin Award recipient if this dumbass doesn't learn a few basic firearm safety techniques.
     
  9. Brentbba

    Brentbba Former Golfer SILVER Star

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    You mean finger on the trigger?
     
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    73fj40lc SILVER Star

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    You got it. Too busy posing in the mirror to worry about simple little things like firearm safety.
     
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    Darwin Awards exist for a reason. Saves the rest of us from them. Usually.
     
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    Actually is very safe due to the empty magazine safety, which locks the trigger. Californians are stupid. Besides, everything you see in the mirror is reversed in real life. Not as bad as it looks at first for the untrained eye.
     
  13. Brentbba

    Brentbba Former Golfer SILVER Star

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    ...and what hasn't even been mentioned...it's a revolver that doesn't even use the magazine he's holding. Revolver doesn't have the mandated little pop up dohicky on the top of semi-automatics showing a round in the chamber.

    Kid doesn't look a day over 12! Where are the parent(s). Another :worms::eek:
     
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    I was gonna say the color doesn't match, but whatever.
     
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    Mag matching the revolver, or idiot matching the future Darwin Award?
     
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    Dude, it's also pointing the wrong way. C'mon.