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    Pechelman, we need to shoot this summer.


    My only toy.

    But some of you may remember this TR--I win the firepower picture of the thread award so far




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    ^^^Armalite AR-50?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    Pawnee National Grasslands. It's a drive but worth it. Clear backstops out to 2700 yards plus. On a weekend there will be guys with .338 Lapua, .50BMG, and 20mm sniper rifles out there. It's a good place to do research with .308 at the transonic transition.

    PM me if you want the GPS coordinates.
    Have you shot the .338 lapua?
    I'm looking at a sako trg42.

    What's the deal on the 20mm.....is it necked down to.50?

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    The Sako's a good gun. Guys I know have 2 of them, suppressed. The Accuracy International .338 is a more accurate gun though.

    The 20mm shooters out there use surplus Vulcan cases drilled out to accept .50BMG primers (the original cases were electrically primed) with 1500 grain 20mm machined slugs. Anzio Ironworks makes a good single shot rifle.

    For size comparison:

    5.56, .338, .50, 20mm

    Last edited by coreshot-tourettes; 04-07-2008 at 12:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    ^^^Armalite AR-50?
    Yeah--My orignal thread stated Barret 50 (that's what I thought I was going to be shooting) and I never bothered to correct it.

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    JEEZUS I still have cartridge envy whenver that picture comes up around here.

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    $20 a shot should moderate your envy a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    $20 a shot should moderate your envy a bit.
    Yeah. And your target selection.

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    that 20mm looks familiar
    ive got one sitting at home from a little "project" back a few years

    and yea
    definitely P

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLOOD SWEAT STEEL View Post
    Yeah. And your target selection.
    That cracked me up!
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

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    ^^ Yeah, no old ass TVs for a 20mm.. I think I'd need to buy a beater with an engine that runs and have at it/

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    Quote Originally Posted by P_McPoser View Post
    ^^ Yeah, no old ass TVs for a 20mm.. I think I'd need to buy a beater with an engine that runs and have at it/
    ..and fit it out with remote control so a friend can drive it around while you try to hit it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    The Sako's a good gun. Guys I know have 2 of them, suppressed. The Accuracy International .338 is a more accurate gun though.

    The 20mm shooters out there use surplus Vulcan cases drilled out to accept .50BMG primers (the original cases were electrically primed) with 1500 grain 20mm machined slugs. Anzio Ironworks makes a good single shot rifle.

    For size comparison:

    5.56, .338, .50, 20mm


    FKNA.....what a load.
    I heard tge suppressed trg is sweet.
    Definitely need one of each of those
    What's the range on the 20?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman View Post
    FKNA.....what a load.
    I heard tge suppressed trg is sweet.
    Definitely need one of each of those
    What's the range on the 20?
    This one?



    5000 yard range
    1600 grain bullet
    3300 ft per second

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    you guys are freaks.
    "It is not the result that counts! It is not the result but the spirit! Not what - but how. Not what has been attained - but at what price.
    - A. Solzhenitsyn

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    you guys are freaks.
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    "It is not the result that counts! It is not the result but the spirit! Not what - but how. Not what has been attained - but at what price.
    - A. Solzhenitsyn
    How humorously and unwittingly ironic. If you don't understand why, go read more about Solzhenitsyn's life and writings.

    Go away and let the adults talk.
    Last edited by coreshot-tourettes; 04-07-2008 at 01:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    This one?



    5000 yard range
    1600 grain bullet
    3300 ft per second
    Thanks for the info. I had heard about the 20mm but didn't know you could buy it. Looks like a great place for 50bmg and 338 stuff too. Nice.
    Every family should have a full complement of weapons and know how to use them.
    The right to bear arms is not for shooting squirrels......it's for getting rid of tyrannical governments.

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    You need a Destructive Device tax stamp from the BATFE for 20mm rifles. Your dealer will know about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    Go away and let the adults talk.
    If you guys furiously masturbating over your prostetic dongs is "adults talking" thanks, I'll pass.
    "It is not the result that counts! It is not the result but the spirit! Not what - but how. Not what has been attained - but at what price.
    - A. Solzhenitsyn

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    You need a Destructive Device tax stamp from the BATFE for 20mm rifles. Your dealer will know about it.
    Kinda figured .........will their 20-50cal get around that?

    Can you imagine that case firing a 50 cal DU bullet....holy crap.....the ballistics would be unbelievable.

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    Any centerfire weapon with a rifled bore over .50" is a Destructive Device and needs a $200 tax stamp when you buy it.

    A DU .50BMG bullet would have good sectional density, for sure, and would likely remain supersonic out to 2000 yards or more. But why not just get a .408 Cheytac that does the same thing for less cost?

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    cause 408s are ridiculously pricey in every respect?
    but yea, I heart the 408 cheytac
    speshially dis one

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    As opposed to making bullets out of depleted uranium?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bio-smear View Post
    I've got the plinking arsenal locked down with a Winchester .22 lever action and a Browning semi-auto .22 handgun.

    And for the record, I'm a librodouche.
    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins View Post
    As am I.
    Hold on a minute - there's a big difference between someone who has liberal views and a librodouche. Librodouches don't own guns - especially handguns. Librodouches think meat comes from the grocery store and if someone breaks into their house they can just throw their cell phone at them.



    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    For size comparison:

    5.56, .338, .50, 20mm

    Holy shit!

    Quote Originally Posted by coreshot-tourettes View Post
    This one?



    5000 yard range
    1600 grain bullet
    3300 ft per second
    Holy fuckin' shit!!

    Quote Originally Posted by lemon boy View Post
    If you guys furiously masturbating over your prostetic dongs is "adults talking" thanks, I'll pass.
    STFU and stop being gay, you gay. Suit - could you please ban this guy?

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    while this is already top page:

    gun supporting liberal checking in.

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