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So some new guns came out recently, and they're pretty sweet. The sweetest of them would be this:
It is by far the one of the more impressive and fun carbines I've ever had the pleasure of putting through the paces. You wanna talk about utterly sexy too GODdamn! Definatley my next gun purchase
Also a fun gun I had the opportunity to play with. Its like the original AUG but improved and made in America so you can actually find and buy one without selling your soul to satan. Note the forward assist and a removable optic with an optional flat top rail. Preeeetty cool
And we can't forget about this:
The new XDm basically a match version of the XD and one hot selling piece of plastic from what Springfield is saying. My local gun store has difficulty keeping them in stock so I guess people like them all right. I've only held one but the ergonomics were fantastic.
And as for me? I have these personally:
7.62x39 Vepr from Robinson Armament
A Remmington 870 police. Yes the actual police version. I bought it from the local sheriffs department.
So let's talk about guns because it's fun to do. Same rules as the original Gun Thread BTW
"A mans first duty is to his conscience and honor"- Mark Twain
"Those who are willing to give up essential liberties for a little safety diserve neither liberty nor safety"-Benjamin Franklin