GUN I went out for vodka

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  1. Buzz Killington

    Buzz Killington nunc fortunatus sum

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    But I was in Soviet Russia, so vodka went out for me. This should be in my hot little hands later this week.

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    :coold: Sweet, I hate my fucking state I have a c&r but ALL handguns have to go through an FFL :wtc:
     
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    Imagine the evil that has been perpetrated with that gat.
    It's like owning Ike Turner's right hand.
     
  4. Buzz Killington

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    That's so no criminals get guns. :eek3:
     
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    It was probably emptied into Russian troops trying to run away by some screaming NCO :o
     
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    That is hot.
     
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    if thats a 1932 date i see, I'm sure its been well used, even before the war. I bet that gun has a story to tell...if it could only talk.
     
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    Thunderbear Yggdrasil's Forester.

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    Suppress it :o
     
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    I always wonder when I get a russian milsurp from that era, did it kill more russians then krauts :o
     
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    nice lookin pistola.
    but...
    what the hell is it?
     
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    :coold:

    SOG is running them on special on wednesday for $59 a pop. I'll probably pick up one, if not two of them then. Their design is fucking :coold: and a little :ugh: all at the same time :o
     
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    Nagant Model 1895

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagant_M1895

    Shoots 7.62 nagant ammo which happens to be damn close to .32 (which is what I intend to shoot out of it).
     
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    If you get an "MO" (Ministry of the Interior) marked 91/30, the answer is probably "hell yes" :o
     
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    Same applies to CA. :sadwavey:
     
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    Buzz Killington nunc fortunatus sum

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    Came in last night. Fucking sweet. Very well made, it actually sits well in my hand. Came with holster, lanyard, site tool, etc. SA the trigger is OK but DA it's fucking HEAVY.

    Cliffs: everyone should own one, there is no reason not to.
     
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    you can get C&R handguns shipped to your door I thought?
     
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    you mean other than the fact that ammo is more expensive than 7.5 swiss?
     
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    Hot Shot (IIRC) makes 7.62 nagant wadcutters which I see for about $22 a box of 50. In any event, I plan on shooting .32 mag and/or .32 long out of this thing.

    Also, I would appreciate recommendations for a .32 self-defense round. So far this is the only handgun in the house and until I man up and get a G19 I might as well keep a box around just in case.
     
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    n/m found it


    [FONT="Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica]Federal Cartridge Classic 32 H&R Mag 32 H&R Magnum 85gr Hi-Shok Jacketed Hollow Point (Per 20) MPN C32HRB Centerfire Handgun Ammunition 29465093051 Load number: C32HRB Caliber: 32 H&R Magnum Bullet Weight: 85 Grains, 5.50 Grams Primer number: 100 Classic Revolver, Hi-Shok Jacketed Hollow Point Usage: Self Defense It's an ideal personal defense round in revolvers and semi-autos. Creates quick, positive expansion with proven accuracy. Specially designed jacket ensures smooth feeding into autoloading firearms. Test Barrel Length: 4.5" Factory Velocity in Feet Per Second (to nearest 10 FPS): - Muzzle: 1100 - 25yds: 1050fps - 50yds: 1020fps - 75yds: 970fps - 100yds: 930fps Energy in Foot Pounds (to nearest 5 foot pounds): - Muzzle: 230 - 25yds: 210 - 50yds: 195 - 75yds: 175 - 100yds: 165 Mid Range Trajectory: - 25yds: 0.2 - 50yds: 1.0 - 75yds: 2.3 - 100yds: 4.3
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    Sounds like crappy m&s advice.

    I'd put a heavy full wadcutter in it. Ymmv.
     
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    Whoa, you changed your name :eek3:
     
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    Yeah something like that. :eek3:
     
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    You don't have a better defense piece than a Nagant revolver? You need to put the milsurp fetish on hold, friend, fo realz. :eek3:
     
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    SKS is my home defense piece :eek3:

    I just wanted a Nagant, so I picked this up, and figured I might as well have a box and person hole punchers on the shelf.
     
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    Not really just needs to pick better milsurp's, CZ or Walther P1 would fit the bill nicely.
     

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