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  1. We will have to agree to disagree. My wife has a green card and is a Slovak national. She is the mother of my two American children and has taken hunters safety in Montana and multiple concealed carry and defensive pistol and shotgun classes. She can legally purchase and own firearms and carry them openly or concealed. She has a duty to protect her family as do I. She has a social security number, a tax identification number, pays more in taxes than a majority of Americans, speaks our language and embraced it's culture. In my opinion, you have the same mind set as a liberal anti-gunner
  2. the letter you get on why you got denied should have all the info in it for you to appeal the denial. I believe that you will need to send in fingerprints and other documentation I was under the impression that the fingerprint scenario is only true if there is an identity verification issue? I have a unique name and always supply SSN, and am required to supply a unique resident number. I think I got denied because the goofball FFL didn't know which number to supply to the NICS. All other stores take that number and make things happen. This goof FFL described to me how he had to ar
  3. My favorite gunshop closed. The closest FFL is some guy who runs transfers from him house. I went there to pick up a transfer. Filled out the form as I always do. I am a premanent resident, not a U.S. citizen, and I filled out the form accordingly. Yes I can own guns, and have a carry permit. Theres a special field where I put my resident number and countries of citizenship. When the dealer was putting all the info into his computer to check my background, he accidentally had country of citizenship as "U.S. citizen", and then ran the check. The check passed instantly, which threw me off, b
  4. Anyone own one? I want to know the dimensions of the grip. Length, width, height. A size comparison to a Glock19 would be nice. My Google-fu is not yielding anything other than 1inch width on the grip.
  5. The place where I got em no longer sells em. If the Polish ones worked, then all other normal AKM FSBs should fit.
  6. I've only converted Saigas in 7.62x39, all 4 of them in "AKM" configuration. Of course, you cannot use an AKM gas block, so it looks a bit off in that respect. I used new Polish AKM FSBs and they fit just fine. ez pz P.S. the AKM FSB will, in my experience, fit a Saiga in 7.62x39 just fine. I don't know what caliber rifle you want to work on, so make sure that it has the same OD as the 7.62x39 variant. The barrel has a slightly thicker part where the GB and FSB will be, so that they can be press fitted of whatever. The FSB on mine partially hangs off of the rear edge of this thicke
  7. Got a couple of AMBER alerts on my phone today. Kind of reminds me of the part in "1984" where the televisions made everyone look out of their windows in search of the main character.

    1. Agent Lemon

      Agent Lemon

      Actually, I might have been thinking about Fahrenheit 451

  8. UPS was too lazy to bring the 29kg 5.45x39 crate up the 7 or 8 stairs to the front door.

    1. thebuns1


      That blows. You'd think they would since they get paid and all.

    2. SgtRaven


      Let me help 'em!..

  9. Depends on how it is stored. I have Russian ammo that was made in the 50's that still works. It is stored in air tight metal cans. Also I think maybe the primers might go out before the powder. Wasn't this the reason that the Soviet ammo was corrosive? A kind of life-prolonging salt added to the primer?
  10. Sounds like it is a reputable brand. The dirt on the bullets really threw me off though, as I have never seen that before. I thought that it was tarnish at first, but its only the bullet, and it has a texture. Maybe as one poster above said, it is the result of hurried manufacturing to supply today's starved market?
  11. This baby-seeking, cop-killing assualt knife has no sporting purpose! Why would anybody even need that! We need to introduce some new legislation right away!
  12. When I scrape the black stuff off, it reveals a shiny copper color. I thought that it was a lack of metal jacket at first, but that does not seem to be the case. ALSO, I just thought about this, but I am not sure. The specks that were on my spare targets MAY HAVE been pieces from the lane dividers. They are made of wood and coated with some stuff, and the Makarov ejects kind of violently due to it being a straight blowback design. No way of telling right now though, since I left the range a few hours ago.
  13. That is badass! The only wtf thing that I have seen was attaching a compensator to a Tokarev, since the Tok is a ww2 piece and all. Nothing like a dragons head attachment .
  14. Okay, it was all the sellers fault. Contacted the manufacturer, and was told that the ammo is from 2007. Was probably badly stored too. Anybody use it? Is it high quality? I picked up some in the 9x18mm variety. I don't usually buy U.S. made ammo due to the calibers of my guns, but this time American Eagle was all that I could find. Bought it off ammoman for a retarded price. Since I don't usually buy U.S. made ammo, I do not know the quality difference in American brands. First thing that I noticed, was that the bullets were dirty. Then while at the range, I kept getting w
  15. The 9x18 by American Eagle from Ammoman has dirty/tarnished bullets. Kinda pissed now, should have bought superior Russian ammo.

    1. ShadowFire


      I've seen .40 and .45 ACP ammo get tarnished. It all should shoot anyway. Hell it's gonna get scratched up just flying down the barrel anyway.

    2. Agent Lemon

      Agent Lemon

      Okay, it was all the sellers fault. Contacted the manufacturer, and was told that the ammo is from 2007. Was probably badly stored too.

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