NFA Picture Thread

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  • GoufCustom

    Junior Member
    Jan 30, 2010
    86
    MD
    I looked and didnt see one of these, so I will start one, unless someone can point me to one.

    Lets see some MD NFA Goodness!

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    SCARCQB

    Get Opp my rawn, Plick!
    Jun 25, 2008
    13,461
    Undisclosed location
    Big Boy Toys (Lost all in a tragic boating accident)
     

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    Doug Hile

    Junior Member
    Aug 21, 2010
    90
    bottom of St Marys
    Strange and wondrous weaponry -- gotta say, that . . . . I think about AKs the same way I think about Yugos and TRDs...
    Wondering if there are any BAR owners in this group?
     

    boricuamaximus

    Active Member
    Dec 27, 2008
    6,237
    Personally, I think it is totally useless. At 1675 RPM , It is more a danger to me than my adversary. It is hard to control and empties the mag in a fraction of a second.:tdown:


    then give it back. never again am I going to let you use my toys.
     

    beenaround

    Junior Member
    Apr 2, 2009
    96
    Nice collectibles in this thread.
     
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    JeepDriver

    Self confessed gun snob
    Aug 28, 2006
    5,193
    White Marsh
    Personally, I think it is totally useless. At 1675 RPM , It is more a danger to me than my adversary. It is hard to control and empties the mag in a fraction of a second.:tdown:

    I had an opposite opinion. While they are fast, after a couple mags I was settling in an was able to get short burst all on target and I was able to group fairly well. More trigger time on one and I would feel comfortable using one. Chances are it would be used as a semi auto. But having the switch would be a comfort.

    I do agree that mag dumps are a waste of ammo and are very hard to control.
     
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