What's Your Next Purchase? V5

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  1. RerouteToRemain

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    Absolutely ridiculous
     
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    Gregolian .45 ACP Platinum Member

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    And those are the laws always quoted by gun controller in this country right after saying "we don't want to take your guns"
     
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    2000 rounds for $355 shipped.
     
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    I got drawn for muley does, within an hour from my house.

    Shit is on.
     
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    Right on!!!

    you should hunt Stone Sheep since you're a resident up there.
     
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    Dammit I am really considering getting that Silencerco maxim 9. $801 and a free Octane 9.
     
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    Gregolian .45 ACP Platinum Member

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    Tactical Shit is having a sale on Blemished Battle Arms Development Parts and DVOR has a non stripped upper (installed parts kit) on sale for like $60
     
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    Too good of a deal to pass up. $840 shipped and a free Octane 9.
     
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    Held one yesterday. Definitely my next purchase as soon as I find a threaded barrel one.
     
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    Gregolian .45 ACP Platinum Member

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    LPK and gunsmithing costs for pin and welding
     
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    ....if only Ruger madenit look a bit cheaper.

    Oh wel, I’m glad they brought it back, their older pc9 and pc40 carbines sort of tanked for a few reasons, firstly they only took Ruger magazines (p89,p90) I believe and Ruger was hoping to get police department contracts to sell their “system” but glocks were stealing the show and no police departments want d to issue Ruger pistols. Also the AR15 thing was starting to get really popular and pick up major steam for patrol rifles so nobody was going to pick a 9mm carbine/Ruger pistol combo over a Glock 17/22 and an ar15.
     
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    About to buy a KRG bravo chassis for my tikka t3x sl.
     
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    Is that the one the looks similar to McMillan?
     
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    I think it’s actually based off a Sako tr22. It’s a cheap option, it only costs 389.00 but gets awesome reviews and they actually make it for the t3/t3x. I like it because I’m not trying to spend 1k on a chassis so this is perfect.

    I’m trying to sort of put together a longer range hunting rig, nothing extreme, I’m not one of those guys who tries to shoot mike deer at 700yds but I want something I can use for caribou out on the tundra where the approaches are tough since there’s nothing to hide behind.

    Also just a fun range gun to shoot beer cans at 300yd from prone.

    The gun is a tikka t3x superlite in 6.5cm I have a nightforce shv 3-10x42 mounted with nightforce ultra lite rings (they arent ultra lite) on a warne mountain tech 20moa rail.
     
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    I don’t mind the looks. By listening to the customers, they kind of put themselves right between Hi Point carbines and 9mm AR clones. I think the big thing is they basically enlarged the 10/22 system everyone knows and loves. If Magpul listens to customers as well, there should be a X-22 style take down and back packer stock soon enough.
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    Or better yet, Ruger sells the integrated suppressor barrel like the 10/22.
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    Ruger makes great stuff and actually listens to customers and tries to make what the customers want. I like the 9mm carbine, it just looks like something from those 1970s planet of the apes movies. A take down version would be awesome. That suppressor thing is awesome too, I really like integrally suppressed 22 rifles.
     
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    Not sure if you are aware, but it is already a take down...
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    Oh right on, I knew it was fairly easy to disassemble into a few pieces but I didn’t realize it was actually a “take down”. I havnt handled one or really looked into them. I read an article about them in a magazine while I was in the hospital with my broken ankle then I saw one on the shelf at a gun store a few weeks ago that’s all.

    My dad has said he wants one though.
     
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    That's the same chassis I want to put my R700 SA receiver in for my 6.5 build.

    It has the profile of a M40 stock almost right?
     
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    I don’t know, maybe the m40 a2/3. The only m40 stock I’ve had my hands on was an a1 style witch is basically sort of like a hunting/varminting stock. In fact I believe the original m40s were basically off Even shelf carmine models.
     

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