Commie Guns Anyone?

Discussion in 'General Military Arms & History Forum' started by GatorDude, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. GatorDude

    GatorDude New Member

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  2. delta13soultaker

    delta13soultaker New Member

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    Depends on Uncle Sam's whim every 3 yrs.
    Ivan has a lot of weapons. Some pretty far out.

    PPSh-41

    SVT-38

    TKB-022P & TKB-022PM

    SVD

    As VAL

    APS 5.6x39
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    Here is one I am seriously thinking about purchasing. I sot one of these over ther week end and I am telling you this is a damn nice pice of handgun artillery.

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    My friend acquired these two Russian Anti-tank rifles (14.5mm) this weekend.

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  5. Hammerslagger

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    Are they operational or permanently made non firing for possession in the UK?.
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    What is it, BU?
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    They both work :)
    We can have these, but not .22 pistols....:confused:
    Russian 14.5 mm antitank rifle PTRD (top) and Russian PTRS.)
  8. Hammerslagger

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    Interesting.

    About 45-50 years ago some chaps over here used one of your Boyes(?) .55 cal. anti-tank rifles to blast their way into a money vault of a large armored car company (Brinks).

    Soon after the USA made anything bigger than 0.50" rifled bore size a "Destructive Device" by definition. In more recent years this rule has been relaxed to allow rifled barrel shotguns and other sporting arms.

    I do not keep up with the fine points of USA law (NFA) on anti-tank rifles, but suspect that these are still regulated here.
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