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A friend sent me this snap of his military rifle collection.
Sweeeeeet. Nothing like weapons on parade to make the heart beat a little faster.B WoodmanIII-PER
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Beautiful pic! I think your friend has been to the rifle range before, his slings are even set up properly, as they should be.
wouldn't a WOOD stock on the AR make this pic a lot prettier?
Beautiful, but he needs a nice 1903, Krag, or Trapdoor to round out the collection!
A man needs reliable friends.
The slings will rattle like dice in a tin cup. Tape the clips or remove them. The Man has the three best battle rifle ever made and an ar-15.
Uh, I may be wrong, Anon 8:48, but I think that first one on the left is a 1903, Springfield. "The three best battle rifle(s) ever made, and an AR-15". You might note the AR-15 style has been the one with the longest time of any of them, as the standard rifle. But you did get a chuckle out of me, the way you put it. Suffice to say, another 5.56 vs .308 slugfest,(ha!) wouldn't really say anything that hasn't already been said. But I will submit that I have killed several people (enemy soldiers) with the AR-15, and it does work. I own both calibers, and I like them both, for different reasons. When I was a sergeant, sometimes my best soldier was small, not muscular, and not much of a puncher. Maybe not Audie Murphy, but they could get it done. Dynamite comes in small packages.
anon@4:59, I think he already knows that. The man appears to be a professional shooter, with a bit of experience under his belt. The slings already show that. He'll know when to take the clips off.
Yeh BUT AR-15's ARE NOT MILITARY WEAPONS ARE THEY! They are not made to the same standards as the 5.56MM CARBINES used by the US military. Sometimes they include used surplus military parts but that is as far as it go's. AND I'd like to change my post to read "the TWO best battle rifles ever made an M-1a and an AR-15" SEAN: You killed the enemy with an M-16 or M-4 the Us military doesn't use AR-15's and its been in production for 40 years because the elected scum in DC and the Col. and generals who lobby for colt make trillions from the New Weapon/spare part/upgrade scam. The Us Military has been trying to get rid of the M-16 /M-4 since the first year it came into service. They have tried to replace it every year since 1967, CONGRESS WON'T LET THEM, they make too much in kickbacks from the M-16 /M-4 program.
Nice boom-sticks. I am extremely jealous.Professional shooter? Maybe, maybe not.Kinda hard to tell, but all I'm seeing is three rifles maybe set up for a "hasty sling."Ain't nuhtin' a second phase boot doesn't learn at the range.Just sayin'...
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