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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #121 - beatmasterz
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Lol I thought the yellow cartridge was a block of cheese.
#119 - pongleniss
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you sick ****
you sick ****
#108 - zangy
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/k/ dump
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#114 to #109 - zangy
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3 more after this one
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#116 to #115 - zangy
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We are all Browning's bitches
#117 to #116 - zangy
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last of the bunch except for one i couldn't post becasue lol2hueg
#105 - wallsbad
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#102 - beefycooch
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Nice gun op, hexagonal receiver so its from the 30's? If my memory is correct lol. I have a M91/30 circular receiver from 44. Great guns them mosins...
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User avatar #99 - gokuismyhero
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Mosin Nagant. im not sure the length or the make. does it have a star on it or what?
User avatar #98 - shazmothree
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That rifle looks very similar to the one my grandfather gave me before he died. Is it from WWII or WWI era?
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User avatar #137 to #136 - shazmothree
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Every single one?
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User avatar #140 to #138 - shazmothree
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Is it the rifle they used to execute Jesus?
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User avatar #130 to #98 - qqqqqqqqq
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BOTH
#107 to #98 - beefycooch
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Mosin Nagant M91 most likely. WWII or Pre WWII This site may help you out though... 7.62x54r. net
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User avatar #103 to #98 - wallsbad
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It's a Mosin Nagant. Not sure of the build or time period of this one, though.
User avatar #97 - MCPO
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Back in my day, we could only carry 151 pokemon on our ammunition belts.
#96 - rheago
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User avatar #93 - HiMyNameIsFAIL
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'MURICA
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User avatar #9 - mookiez
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Now put Your dick in it. And release the spring.
#195 to #9 - fractalius
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ITT: People think they're badass because they know more about how a gun works than how to shoot one
#221 to #195 - archosaurusrev
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I consistently hit 2 foot targets at 150 yards from a slope with a ******* air rifle.   
   
A pretty cheap air rifle.   
   
Inb4 air raffels for fagets   
   
That's kind of the point.   
You go and try to hit **** with ballistics worse than wih 7.62x39 from an AK-47.
I consistently hit 2 foot targets at 150 yards from a slope with a ******* air rifle.

A pretty cheap air rifle.

Inb4 air raffels for fagets

That's kind of the point.
You go and try to hit **** with ballistics worse than wih 7.62x39 from an AK-47.
#222 to #221 - fractalius
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Correction: ITT: People think they have huge balls and are badass for achieving level 10 redneck
User avatar #223 to #222 - archosaurusrev
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I'm European.
#227 to #223 - fractalius
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Correction V2: ITT: People cannot take a joke
User avatar #11 to #9 - archosaurusrev
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Spring?

On a bolt action rifle?
User avatar #13 to #11 - mookiez
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Some guns have spring releases in there. My dad's .22 rifle does that. You pull this little slider back, and click a button and the thing slams froward replacing the bullet. It's semi-auto. It holds like 20 bullets it it. Every time You shoot the bullet flys out. then the next is slammed in it with the spring. But it might just be a semi-auto gun type thing.
User avatar #15 to #13 - sonicsyndicate
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1. thats not a bolt action that a slide action 2. 22.cal sucks sub-sonic or not 3. i ******* love this op now because i have the same rifle just older
User avatar #224 to #15 - JuliusC
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exactly how does .22 suck?
User avatar #225 to #224 - sonicsyndicate
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thats my opinion and i stated it simply because ive fired countless .22 cal rounds down range and just don't like them therefore they suck,in my eyes anyways.
User avatar #226 to #225 - JuliusC
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.22 is an excellent cartridge, they are cheap and make a great target chamber, a pistol chambered in .22 will fire further and more accurately than say a .45. .22 may lack a lot of power but will still kill with well placed shots.
User avatar #36 to #15 - mookiez
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Slide action, Never heard that before. But it makes since. And also this gun I'm talking about has no clip. But a secondary barrel under the first that holds the bullets. It's one of my favorite guns to shoot just because it's semi. Even though it would not cause much damage to anything. but My dad's .270 on the other hand. That's what we stock up on ammo, never know when that zombie attack may come. And We have about 6 12 gauges with buck, bird, and slugs. We are prepared.
User avatar #63 to #36 - sonicsyndicate
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maybe i should save your ass sometime during the zombie apocalypse
User avatar #67 to #63 - mookiez
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Dude. That would be helpful. My dad is buying bullets out the ass. And only for the same type gun, so we don't get a bullet that won't fit. He is more afraid of a attack on the united states, But whatever the reason it helps to have lots of ammo. And as I said in another comment on this thread. I'm excellent with electronics. I have so much scrap parts lying around. I could make robots with guns attached to them. That would only shoot zombies because zombies could not be as hot as a normal human. Meaning I could program it with a heat sensor.
User avatar #71 to #67 - sonicsyndicate
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don't even try that i would destroy it because that thing could send off stray shots that could possibly ricochet and hit a fellow survivor i would rather you goto a nearby shooting range and practice your shots
User avatar #74 to #71 - mookiez
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I'm a very good shot. And the robot would be best for when Everyone sleeps. Or some **** like that. As I said heat sensors. It could not fire off stray shots. It would be dead on accurate. And only fire upon cold moving targets. Or just have an alarm set up. There Is a lot of uses of someone with a skill set like mine.
User avatar #77 to #74 - sonicsyndicate
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or we could just set up a militant style parameter base were we are completely surrounded by foot traps deadfalls spike walls and tripwire activated alarms
#89 to #77 - istealurkids
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I like you.
User avatar #220 to #89 - sonicsyndicate
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why thank you
User avatar #79 to #77 - mookiez
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I like that idea better. I would not have to spend days soldering and programming a robot. those components could be used for better stuff. Such as medical equipment. And Your idea would be better anyway it is easier, And the less complex something is the less chance for failure.
User avatar #81 to #79 - sonicsyndicate
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military chose it for a reason
User avatar #40 to #36 - sonicsyndicate
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i see now i believe we can come to an understanding,because i can relate but see i have a marlin model60 semi auto scout 22.LR,an ar15 m4 config. with picatinny quad rail .223 upper and retractable bipod and of course the mossberg chainsaw with a bolt buster muzzle break,and a sig 1911,and armor peircing rounds for the .223 buck,bird,bolo,flechette,and 4 rounds of civilian grade dragons breath rounds,and of course hollow point 45 acp,and a molle compatible combat vest with enough pouch space to fit 10 30 round ar mags and 8 1911 mags,and my vest bladder.
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User avatar #45 to #37 - sonicsyndicate
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bird shot would tear a zombie a new asshole bro buck shot of course has better close range patterns but bird shot has enough power to go through a car door at 30 yards while still maintaining a tight enough pattern to be called "highly accurate shotgun rounds".
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User avatar #62 to #57 - sonicsyndicate
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i have tested several rounds of birdshot on ballistic dummies and every shot i fired at 30 yards with high brass shells have been fatal
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User avatar #66 to #65 - sonicsyndicate
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nope doesnt pierce the jelly you must have mixed it wrong or bought the wrong kind of ballistic jelly
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high brass bird load
User avatar #39 to #37 - mookiez
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Bird shot would be best for living targets. Or for getting birds for food. And I live way up on a mountain in TN. I can get on my roof with ease. So I could stake up there with My .270 rifle. But I'm looking into getting a m14 and making it fully auto. And I think we would do good, Because I'm the electrical nerd that can do anything with electronics/carpenter My mom has been doing nursing for 20 years. my sis has done a little. And My dad is a good hunter. So I think My family we'll do just fine. Or some completly random ******** can happen like getting hit with a satellite or some stupid thing like that, Knowing my luck. I'll get killed by the random ****.
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User avatar #49 to #43 - mookiez
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Dude, I didn't mean I was going to shoot large targets with birdshot. I meant living humans not zombies. And secondly I shot a bear with a 12 gauge slug, twice. And the ****** ran away. If I shot I bear with bird shot it would eat My face. I could not imagine how pissed a bear would be.
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User avatar #69 to #60 - sonicsyndicate
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ever thought about shot placement?
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User avatar #75 to #72 - sonicsyndicate
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never say placement doesn't matter a well placed shot is better than a million ill-placed shots
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well i wouldn't exactly take my shotty into a situation where long-range fire would be acceptable i do have a ar15 with a .223 upper perfect for long range engagements or maybe even my m91/30 mosin nagant
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if you are to the point of being forced into longe range combat i suggest just staying low until they get into range and by the way 200 yards is a distance no shot shell or slug could reach accurately
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User avatar #84 to #83 - sonicsyndicate
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in my state you can use anything but a 22.
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User avatar #86 to #85 - sonicsyndicate
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well call the cops because i shot a 14 pointer 2 years ago with a ar15
User avatar #38 to #37 - archosaurusrev
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He said "clip", and doesn't even know basic firearm termionology.

Sometimes, very relaxed firearm laws are not good if the people who get to own them are inbred as ****.
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did you come from moss pawn today?
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User avatar #44 to #41 - archosaurusrev
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His spelling and overall knowledge on firearms even when he owns them just implies that he's not the kind of folk I'd borrow something to.

"Mag" is just as fast, and can save your life if someone is indeed carrying clips.
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User avatar #47 to #46 - archosaurusrev
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No.

A clip feeds magazines, a magazine feeds the chamber.
For example, older bolt action rifles usually have internal magazines.
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User avatar #70 to #64 - archosaurusrev
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Most of the time.

The Mauser C96 is pretty much impossible to load without a clip.
User avatar #50 to #47 - mookiez
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Jesus christ You are ******* arrogant. I have been watching This argument since I posted something. And You will not let it go.
User avatar #52 to #50 - archosaurusrev
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I'm doing other things while posting, trying to find something better to do.

I'm winning, anyway.
User avatar #59 to #52 - mookiez
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No I don't think You are. I withdrew the argument. Because I didn't feel like arguing. But You just keep going on like a 5 year old. it's the yes no yes no yes no **** back and forth.
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"My dad's .22 rifle does that. You pull the charging handle back, press the bolt release and the bolt slams forward chambering a new round . It's semi-auto. It holds like 20 rounds it the magazine. Every time you shoot the bullet flies out, then the next is chambered by the gaseous pressure slamming the bolt back, the bolt stripping a cartridge off the magazine then chambering it. But it might just be a semi-auto gun type thing. "

There, I fixed it for you.
Usually the "spring" is actually a piston driven by the gaseous pressure.
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and why exactly do you guys keep saying "and the bullet flies out"?
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User avatar #51 to #48 - sonicsyndicate
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sort of but you see a "shell" is like "shotgun shell" "casing" is what should've been said.
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User avatar #54 to #51 - archosaurusrev
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Have to give it to you on that one.

Guns (Ship guns, artillery, you know.) and shotguns use shells, rifles don't.
User avatar #20 to #17 - archosaurusrev
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What do you think happens when you fire a round?

.22 is great, you just have bad shot placement, although its not a heavy combat round.
There is no such thing as a "slide action", you probably mean "gas operated semi automatic" or "semi automatic blowback".
#22 to #20 - sonicsyndicate
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by the way smart one heres a couple slide action rifles
User avatar #24 to #22 - archosaurusrev
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Those look like Winchester pump action rifles to me.
User avatar #26 to #24 - sonicsyndicate
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slide action look it up mr. all knowing being
User avatar #28 to #26 - archosaurusrev
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Slide action is slang for pump action when used with longarms.

A slide is the "upper receiver" of most semi automatic pistols.
User avatar #31 to #28 - sonicsyndicate
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for christs sake just goto the wiki or something and study
User avatar #33 to #31 - archosaurusrev
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I have years and years of firearm knowledge and probably multiple phD's worth of knowledge in firearms when it comes to amount.

I'm pretty sure I know what I'm talking about, especially when every Google search result matched with my description.
User avatar #21 to #20 - sonicsyndicate
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nope just brush up on some gun slang terms and you will see that there is such a thing as a slide action

and it is common knowledge that when you pull the trigger on a gun of any kind that a bullet comes out of the barrel
User avatar #23 to #21 - archosaurusrev
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I don't know a single semi automatic rifle that uses a slide.

Semi automatic pistols, on the other hand...

You may be thinking of the bolt that slides back.
Now when I think about it, "bullet flies out" probably means "spent casing flies out".
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i'm sorry but when it comes to guns i don't think someone who only ever plays with a 22. could correct me accurately
User avatar #27 to #25 - archosaurusrev
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I don't have any firearms right now, due to reasons.

Just because you can handle them doesn't mean you know more about them than me.
I have not labelled my terms incorrectly, but you on the other hand have.
User avatar #29 to #27 - sonicsyndicate
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why don't you just go look through wikipedia or some **** before you completely embarrass yourself
User avatar #30 to #29 - archosaurusrev
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pump-action

Guess what came up?
User avatar #34 to #30 - sonicsyndicate
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comment number 21 check it
User avatar #32 to #30 - sonicsyndicate
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did i not tell you in an earlier comment it was slang?
User avatar #35 to #32 - archosaurusrev
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"Slide action is slang for pump action when used with longarms. "

Are you really so mad that you don't even notice some of my comments?
User avatar #53 to #35 - sonicsyndicate
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yup im totally butthurt but i guess we're both gun freaks and i should suck it up and stop being a bitch
User avatar #55 to #53 - archosaurusrev
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I think we ought to stop arguing and start learning.
User avatar #56 to #55 - sonicsyndicate
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damn straight
User avatar #58 to #56 - archosaurusrev
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www.steelbeasts.com/Downloads/p13_sectionid/19

Here, a whole load of field manuals having to do with armor.
User avatar #118 to #58 - colegaleener
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You're a ******* douche bag.
User avatar #120 to #118 - archosaurusrev
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Blow me.
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Hex receiver Nugget and the best pokemon games? I need to go clean up..
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<.< nagant
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User avatar #94 to #18 - Onemanretardpack
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NO, EES GLORIOUS SOVIET NUGGET!
User avatar #12 to #7 - archosaurusrev
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Get out of here Stal/k/er.
User avatar #6 - fuzzysixx
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Is that an M91? I am Jelly. I have a Tula 91/20, an M44 (which appears to have blood on the bayonet) and an ex-dragoon 91/30.
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.....
User avatar #5 - anthonyd
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Nice Octo receiver!
User avatar #4 - reconred
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A Mosin-Nagant for the motherland.
User avatar #3 - threeeighteen
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Going by my logic, Pokemon Red should shot fire and Yellow shoots electricity.
User avatar #8 to #3 - pitch
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What makes blue a watergun?
User avatar #10 to #8 - threeeighteen
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Pretty much.