Skip to main content

Topic: Offical AR type rifle thread (Read 30688 times) previous topic - next topic

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
  • norzuki
  • [*][*][*][*][*]
  • The Deer Stalker
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #180
Ok........maybe maybe this needs to be in a different thread, but seeing how the wording ...."Thumb Hole" has made it to the illegal side.

heres a question:

what about these (One Shot Only) muzzle loaders with the thumb hole stocks? To by sure they aren't going to categorize these as Assult Weapons
Loud Proud & Country By The Grace Of God !!!

Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #181
Only if the rifle is a semi-automatic.
Tim "the toolman" Taylor is my Hero!

  • norzuki
  • [*][*][*][*][*]
  • The Deer Stalker
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #182
lol............just being sure  [thumbsup]
Loud Proud & Country By The Grace Of God !!!

  • onedesertdog
  • [*][*][*]
  • Zu Crew
  • Honorary Member, Krew-Krawlers. Desert Division
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #183
I went shopping for a variety of ammo today, and I was SHOCKED to say the least at the prices......

.223, 7.62x39, 54r, .45, and 9mm

Can't hardly have fun shooting anymore....

  • Godzuki86
  • [*][*]
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #184
Yeah. It's crazy.

.223/5.56 is about 1$ a round.

And dang .22 is averaging .10ยข a round.

Ugh.
Yup.

Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #185
Yeah ammo prices have gone thru the roff, as well as availability with many places limiting sales when they do get some ammo in, glad I found 2 cases of primers and 8lbs of H110 at my LGS at non gouging prices, at least I can shot fairly inexpensively with the 300BLK!


I bought a new barrel for my spare TC Encore frame in 300BLK, 16.5" barrel, 1:8 twist, threaded for a suppressor/brake.
Tim "the toolman" Taylor is my Hero!

  • norzuki
  • [*][*][*][*][*]
  • The Deer Stalker
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #186
I think I am going to start researching on how to reload my own rounds........
Loud Proud & Country By The Grace Of God !!!

  • onedesertdog
  • [*][*][*]
  • Zu Crew
  • Honorary Member, Krew-Krawlers. Desert Division
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #187
I've always reloaded my own shotgun shells, but reloading a cartridge I think would be more daunting.....I may have to go that route though.
I'm sure there's a lot of folks here that do it though. Maybe they'll chime in.

Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #188
Reloading metalic centerfire rounds is as easy if not easier than shotshells. I even create my own 300BLK brass from used 223/556 brass collected at the range, deprime and form without swaging the neck, anneal the brass, tumble the brass(optional, but worth it), run it thru the sizing die again with the neck swager/expander installed, trim to length, prime, add powder, seat and crimp the bullet, then repeat a few thousand times............If you are merely reloading the brass without changing anything, there is no need run the brass thru the sizing die twice, nor to anneal the brass again as it already is from the factory.

I just reloaded a box of these nasty jewells,
  • Last Edit: Sunday, Jan 27, 2013, 08:23 AM by talonxracer
Tim "the toolman" Taylor is my Hero!

  • onedesertdog
  • [*][*][*]
  • Zu Crew
  • Honorary Member, Krew-Krawlers. Desert Division
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #189
Those are nasty looking.... 8)

So, everything Still has to be done except those last two items at the bottom of your paragraph?

Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #190
Yes, the same basic and similar steps as doing a shotgun shell.
Tim "the toolman" Taylor is my Hero!

  • Godzuki86
  • [*][*]
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #191
Just got a couple polymer lowers for 79$ a piece new from frontier arms. Pistol build time!
Yup.

  • Lizooki
  • [*][*][*][*]
  • Official ZUWHARRIE HANDHOLDER
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #192
The claim for thumb-hole stocks is that they were created as a work around for the ban in the 90s.
Never mind the fact that they have been around at least since the late 50s.
That was when the Dragunov was first designed.

The gun grabbers are a bunch of idiots. Their goal isn't to control guns.

Their goal is much simpler .... CONTROL!

Matt

  • jtaj77
  • [*][*][*][*][*]
  • The Japanese tourist
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #193


The gun grabbers are a bunch of idiots. Their goal isn't to control guns.

Their goal is much simpler .... CONTROL!

Matt

That's what it boils down to. Gun control doesn't work and they don't want to look at the facts.
Never argue with an idiot. They drag you down to their level then beat you with experience.

Everyone is someone else's weirdo.

My YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/jtaj77

  • Mikew
  • [*][*][*]
  • ZukeMizer
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #194
I thought gun control meant hitting what you aimed at.
Constitutional Carry for NC & SC!
         Because bearing arms is not, and should not be a privilege.
   Permits are privileges, and can be granted and taken by Government.
                           Let's Secure Concealed Carry as a Right!

Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #195
Thumbhole stocks have been around since the very evolution of firearms started.

And it has everything to do with control of others. We see it with every totalitarian minded despot, from the likes of the pharisees, to the bankster controlled royality class, to Lenin and Stalin, to Mao, to our current establishment elites. 
  • Last Edit: Sunday, Feb 03, 2013, 04:36 PM by talonxracer
Tim "the toolman" Taylor is my Hero!

  • augeter
  • [*][*]
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #196
Tooling needed.
OK, I have purchased a DIY AR-15-.223 from Daytona and I need the drill jigs for the 80% lower.  I have all the drills/mills I can ever use. If anyone has them I would like to Buy, Rent, Borrow them to complete my build. Thank you, let me know.
"It seems common sense isn't very common anymore" Eustance 2012
Batteries not included, Your mileage will vary.

  • Diesel_Weasel
  • [*][*][*][*][*]
Re: Offical AR type rifle thread
Reply #197
well up here in Canadaland AR's are a bad thing according to the guvmint, they fall into the same restriction class as a Pistol so basicllly to the range and back..  So i went out and picked this little beauty up it really reminds me of shooting Canadas old sterling SMG's way back when before we got rid of them and the FN' and went to the Dimaco made C-7's. I present the Keltek Sub 2000 Gen 2. you can get them in 9 mm or 40 S&W , i went 9mm to keep costs down as i will be getting a replacment barrel for my Glock 22 in a 9mm size and picking up a replacement .40 later.It folds down to 19 inches and can easily e put in a back pack super light uses a Glock mag and no recoil when shooting. There are a few things problematic about them but I like it . 
  • Last Edit: Tuesday, Sep 27, 2016, 10:40 PM by Diesel_Weasel