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  1. Machdup1

    Machdup1 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Love it. BTW, I don’t think the owner of the site permits marketing of firearms on his website.
     
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  2. *TK*

    *TK* COBRO Established Member

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    Thank you, I picked it up about 2 years ago. It is a high quality pistol, even better than I imagined it was going to be.
     
  3. CobraBob

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    A definite keeper.


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  4. johnkn

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    Gotcha, not selling or marketing here, just posting pics and descriptions of some high quality vintage firearms For all to appreciate, thanks
     
  5. TaraFirma

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  6. Double"O"

    Double"O" N2S come get some Established Member

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    Got my JP enterprises scs installed into my armalite...its like a whole different rifle, much smoother, and it reduced the felt recoil by a good bit...and no more "sproing"

    It's a damn nicely built piece and it should be for the price...now I gotta get another one for my ruger lol
     
  7. Sonic605hp

    Sonic605hp I have a large member. Established Member

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    What's the name of the company that makes those wallets again? I can't remember and want to get one. What are your thoughts on it?

     
  8. CobraBob

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    Those Scudo aluminum wallets are made by MGW. Click below.
    Toughest Aluminum Wallet | MGW SCUDO
     
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  9. Sonic605hp

    Sonic605hp I have a large member. Established Member

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    Knew that was a dumb question, was brain farting fosho. Thanks Bob.

     
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  10. Recon

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    1891 Argentinian Mauser, numbers matching.


    Pick your poison.
     
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    Recon Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Little comparison picture of the hand cannon and a 1911:
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    Pick your poison.
     
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  12. CobraBob

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    That’s a hard choice. Both guns are mighty nice.


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  13. Recon

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    1903 S&W .38 military contract.
    It’s in really good shape, no rust or pitting, but the blue finish is around 95% gone. Cylinder is still tight. Zero plans for a restoration.


    Pick your poison.
     
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  14. CobraBob

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    You're welcome. I brain fart occasionally myself. :D
     
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    It is. But I prefer revolvers over semi autos though I do like that 1911. It’s a commander lightweight made out of aluminum. Very light even when loaded, the hand cannon is heavy even unloaded, and it’s huge. Very different guns, I like both.


    Pick your poison.
     
  16. nxhappy

    nxhappy Vette Killer Established Member

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    damn ....yall got me itchin for a new gun =(
     
  17. slow306stang

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    I ordered this guy about 2 months ago from the local gun shop and it just came in. I was picky and wanted the FDE pistol so I turned down the black version and the Micro that came in. It's a CZ Scorpion pistol that I function checked and instantly modified. Right now it has PSA 35rd mags, Pakse grip, HB ducktail mag release, HB charging handle, Olight PL-MINI, and Franklin Armory Binary Trigger. It still needs an optic, stock/brace, and suppressor to be complete.

    I'm on the fence about making it an SBR or just throwing a pistol brace on it. While I prefer the SBR look with the factory carbine stock, finding the FDE 922r compliant stock kit isn't easy. I may order the SB brace now and push off the SBR idea for a later date.
     
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  18. VENOM1

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    The Scorpion is something I’ve been looking into for a while now and just haven’t pulled the trigger on. I too like the FDE version opposed to the other options. Have you taken it to the range yet? What do you like and dislike about it?
     
  19. slow306stang

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    I only ran one 20 round mag through it so far with friends running another 40 rounds. That was with the gun being stock. Without a stock or pistol brace it's not that fun to shoot. I have a brace on order and will report back.

    What I like...

    Great aftermarket for modifications
    9mm sub gun with a 7.7" barrel
    Looks
    Build quality - It's a CZ that survives torture test

    Dislike...

    Right side safety selector digs into your finger
    Stock grip angle and lack of grip
     
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  20. Klaus

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    I have a JP rifle and love it. They make great shit.
     
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