Discussion in 'Modifications' started by BSJ, Aug 9, 2016.
Every EVIL feature but one...
You need the shoulder thing that flips up...
I count the hand guard for that one.
Pretty cool that you remember that famous quote!
With Irons and a red dot.
But can you shoot it with a raging hardon?
The top one is my New York State "Safe Act" rifle. Cute. The bottom rifle is very evil.
And the most innocent of all:
Chuck S, where did you get that stock for the NYSAFE act AR?
I'm going to bet it came with the Ares SCR rifle it's attached to. Look it up. Super nifty way to piss off grabbers.
Okay, so I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer.
That's a short stock Ares SCR rifle lower receiver with a standard, albeit neutered, AR15 upper receiver on it. Sight height is a bit inconvenient but retains the M16 trajectory.
Magpul handguard. Stocks on both rifles finished with Brownells AlumaHyde II OD Green that matches the handguards. Stock on the lower rifle is M16 or M16A1, I don't recall if there's a butt trap in it but recall there is not. Shorter than the M16A2 stocks.
These are all "truck guns" depending on what state I'm in.
Sigh..... here I am, stuck in New Jersey.
You guys know how to make me cry !!
Wish I knew more about this stuff.
Me, I just pick up a gun, fire it, get a feel for it and hit the x ring (well, some of the time!).
Then I go home, take it apart, clean it, talk to it, put baby powder on it's little butt and put it away.
Strange, I have a number of rifles, from .22 short (Remington mod 514) to .35 Whelen (Remington Woodsmaster 750)
Hand guns from a .22 Crossman CO2 to a Colt Python 4" (1968 vintage).
And other than clean them, haven't fired any of them since the Fall of 1999.
Guess I'm just getting old.......
Ah Jersey, the only state in the union that makes CT's asinine gun laws seem more reasonable.