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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Coltcombat, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. Coltcombat

    Coltcombat Sharpshooter

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    That is a spectacular setup, can i have sex with your gun?????? HAHA

    I wonder if one could use an upswept charging handle or HK type sights on a M11? I've never had a close look at one..but I dont see why not with a good gunsmith

    I think I would go the the overhand, a similar stock as yours, and a good quiet can.
     
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    Can I get a pic of this Uzi? I will probably go with the best price in comparison to what usual prices are. Whatever I might go with, I will add a suppressor.
    I'm been really eye-****ing these Krinkovs AK's tho...
     
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    Several companies used to make the stock top cocking upper with HK Sights, but all of them have gone out of business as far as I know. Here is a pic of one of these HK sighted uppers.

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    This site will give you an idea of prices for various MG's: http://www.machinegunpriceguide.com/html/price_guides.html
     
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    You could run HK416 sights on a railed Lage upper.
     
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    WARNING: Watching the following videos might give you a case of gottahavititis or fullautoitis. You have been warned.

    Well, let's start out with Steve shooting the Uzi. Hope he doesn't mind:

    View My Video

    Sorry the vid is from the back. I'm pretty sure there was a big grin on his face. There usually is whenever he gets trigger time.


    here is one with the suppressor on:

    View My Video


    This vid has the M16 in it, but the middle three are the Uzi.

    View My Video

    Notice how fast you burn thru ammo!!!!!

    One of the nice things about the M11 and Uzi that no one has mentioned is shoulder pain. Or more importantly, the lack of it. Shooting 7.62 and .223 full auto is fine for a few mags, but when you start going into multiple hundreds and even thousands of rounds in a day or weekend, you will feel it.

    Dave
     
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    No, I don't mind at all. As a matter of fact I was looking for this video just the other day, but could not find the thread you originally posted it in.
     
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    The M-11 was my 1st full auto. It's a good starter gun and a lot of fun. There seems to be a lot of aftermarket stuff that makes it a better platform than it used to be. I've since moved up to an M-16, which is about the most versatile FA platform available.
     
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    What about the threaded barrels for the M11/9? Are they already threaded or will I need to buy a new barrel? And what thread pitch are we looking at if they are? 1/2x28???
     
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    I'm buying my can next week... a full-auto rated 9mm can...but i want to be able to swap it out to different weapons...
     

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