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    I can only log in while traveling, not from any ISP near me. If someone can tell Mr Abbas, I'd like to find a way to reconnect.

    My wife just bought this Belgian underlever, made about 1870, British proofed for modern loads.







    My friend with the amazing collection passed away last year. I've been helping his family catalog and sell many of his collectibles. Some of his firearms are now mine.
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    I can't remember if I was able to show these. WWI Artillery Luger with stock holster



    Polish Radom P35
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imtiaz Shah View Post
    Local made 223 rifle; Look sexy, but unreliable. Excessive range issue and overly penetrative ammo, in urban settings.
    12G semi-auto; 12G semi-autos are inherently less reliable than pump-action and usually come with longer unwieldy barrels. Cleaning/maintenance of SA is usually beyond capability of hired guards.
    Buy them new, reliable pump-action shotguns. Reasonably priced Turkish 12G pump-actions fit the bill.
    My 2 cents !
    While that's generally sound advice I agree with, and I love the simplicity of classic pumps, it appears most military and police are switching to self-loading shotguns. With modern, consistent ammo they are very reliable.

    Overpenetration is misunderstood, because anything that will stop an intruder will penetrate walls, be it bullet, slug, or heavy shot. Good placement is critical to safety.
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    I had same login issue few months ago
    Then I was able to login after using VPN
    Now resolved don't know what was the problem.
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    Nice Radom VIS, one of my favorite pistols.
    I actually carried one in one of my "past lives".

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    Charles Lancaster, 1858, in 14 gauge. We had to get brass custom made. Commissioned for a British officer who apparently wound up in New Zealand for retirement.







    We get a lot of guns from Vintage Doubles in Washington state.
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    Thanks for the updates good MichaelZWilliamson. Till today I did not even know about the existence of the 14 gauge shotgun. As for the Lugar. It looks practically brand new!
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    Bought a colt cr6920.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    Bought a colt cr6920.
    Congratulations brother, may it serve you well
    Pictures and details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    Bought a colt cr6920.
    Congratulations! Last qouted price to me was RS.530k. I thought, the military versions coming from the western borders were good options. How much did you pay for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz View Post
    Congratulations brother, may it serve you well
    Pictures and details.
    Thanks bro. will try to upload the pictures.
    its comes in a cardboard box with one magpul p mag ,lock and manual.it has 16 inch barrel with colt cage code and MP marking.bolt carrier has c mark but bolt has no markings just a white paint dot.buffer is H buffer and lower rceiver has laser engraved colt logo and its just says carbine instead of M4 carbine.
    quality and fit and finish is just average.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khalil View Post
    Congratulations! Last qouted price to me was RS.530k. I thought, the military versions coming from the western borders were good options. How much did you pay for it?
    Thanks. i paid 470k.military ones are superior in quality.

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    Bought Hatsan Escort MPA, NIB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    Thanks bro. will try to upload the pictures.
    its comes in a cardboard box with one magpul p mag ,lock and manual.it has 16 inch barrel with colt cage code and MP marking.bolt carrier has c mark but bolt has no markings just a white paint dot.buffer is H buffer and lower rceiver has laser engraved colt logo and its just says carbine instead of M4 carbine.
    quality and fit and finish is just average.
    What do you mean quality and finish are just average. If this is so i think CQ is a a better value for money
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    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    Thanks. i paid 470k.military ones are superior in quality.
    Military weapons generally are durable with regards to parts life however finish is generally less than their civilian models
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz View Post
    What do you mean quality and finish are just average. If this is so i think CQ is a a better value for money
    i agree with you just bought it because of colt logo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz View Post
    Military weapons generally are durable with regards to parts life however finish is generally less than their civilian models
    exactly, i do own a A4

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    Today's shopping
    Beretta M9A3 Sand Color 475k from Fakhar e Alam
    Mak 12 shot 100k
    Np22 75k
    Norinco 9x19 50 bullets
    100/pop
    From Sarbuland Arms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Afzaal View Post
    Today's shopping
    Beretta M9A3 Sand Color 475k from Fakhar e Alam
    Mak 12 shot 100k
    Np22 75k
    Norinco 9x19 50 bullets
    100/pop
    From Sarbuland Arms.
    Congratulations Brother!

    Beretta M9A3 @ 475k is still very highly priced.... Have you enquired about POF new 9 mm ammo? still I have not seen them in the Pesh. Market... & What do you think ab. Chinese 9mm ammo.... IMHO it should be less then Rs.100 now... I would like to see a snap shot of that Mak12 shotgun. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaheryar110 View Post
    Bought Hatsan Escort MPA, NIB.
    Congratulations dear!
    Dealer and Price...?

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