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AR-15 Parts & AR15 Accessories – Parts4ar15 ( Handguards …

AR-15 Accessories include items such as scope mounts, … replacement stocks, fiberforce stock, cheekpiece, recoil pads, stock extenders, high capacity mags, …

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“IN STOCK” Cammenga 30 round AR 15 Easy Mags

IN STOCK Cammenga 30 round AR 15 Easy Mags-5.56x45mm/.223, 30 Round Magazine NSN: 1005-01-569-1863 Features Ammunition Type: 5.56x45mm NATO/.223 Capacity: 30 Rounds …

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AR-15 Parts & AR15 Accessories – Parts4ar15 ( Handguards …

AR-15 Accessories include items such as scope mounts, … replacement stocks, fiberforce stock, cheekpiece, recoil pads, stock extenders, high capacity mags, …

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AR-15/M16 20- & 30-ROUND MAGAZINES | Brownells

So when we decided to build our own AR-15/M16 magazines, reliability was our first priority. … In Stock. Cartridge: 204 Ruger, 223 Remington, 5.56 mm NATO.

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AR-15 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The AR-15 is a lightweight, 5.56 mm, magazine-fed, air cooled, rifle, with a rotating-lock bolt, actuated by direct impingement gas operation or long/short stroke …

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AR15 beta mag, AK47 drum, saiga12 dumps

Shooting stag arms ar15 with slidefire stock and 100rd beta mag. arsenal sgl21 AK47 with bumpski stock and 75rd drum. converted saiga 12 with bumpski stock a…


Kid with a 12 gauge 11.0 asked If you had to use a firearm for crowd control what would you use?

No,I do not plan on having an angry mob trying to kill me,the question is for fun and yes I am bored.

I would use an ar-15 with a beta mag,maybe throw a slide fire stock on it.

And got the following answer:

I would want a weapon that woukd be like the militarys version of ” shock and awe”. Something that would cause such devastating damage to a few, so has to scare away the rest. I’d have to choose between my Springfield M1A and my Saiga12. The M1A could penetrate several of the mob and can be fired quickly and reloaded just has fast.
The saiga12, loaded with 4 buck, could drop several of the attackers with a single shot, of they were 40-50 yards away. Plus I’d have 20 rd drum mags ready for a rush attack.

This awbswer is of course, completely hypothetical. If actually faced with such a situation, fleeing would be the best choice.

Frank asked How Many High Capacity Magazines Should I Stock Up On?

So as of July 1st, I will no longer be able to purchase any magazine that has a capacity of over 15 rounds.

Luckily, anything I purchase now will be grandfathered in and the restrictions will not apply.

What is a good amount of magazines to stock up on? I would like to someday pass on my toys for future generations to enjoy!

If it makes a difference…They are for a 10/22, AK, and AR.

Thank you!

And got the following answer:

If you can fill one of these storage tubs full of magazines for EACH gun, then you have enough.

I have seen someone with two tubs packed with AR and AK magazines. I forgot which gun forum it was, i’ve been so so many over the years… might be the guy with the MG42 in his living room. He had like 300 mags AK, 300 AR, and 300 Glock.

so… how many mags should you get? as many as you can afford! they do wear out, and some will get lost or stolen over the next could decades after the gun ban. make sure you have enough for your children and grand children! Probably stockpile on ammo too.
Another forum seen a photo of someone’s ammo bunker. imagine a room 10 wide and 22 deep, 8 feet high, filled with heavy duty shelving and just case after case of ammo. he had more than 100 cases of 45 acp. that’s enough ammo to survive WW3 and provide for your children & grandchildren and great-grand children’s shooting needs!

Chris Keenum asked What do I need to do to own a full-auto rifle or machine-gun.?

I’m 17 at the moment. And i am planning to get a rather larger armory after the Marines when i turn 19. I have been looking all over and every single person had given me a different reply.If any of you could shel light on this question it would be greatly appreciated.Thank you ,god bless.

And got the following answer:

First – you need allot of $$. The cheapest full auto – a Mac-10 runs around $3500 today. A well used M16 would be $9,000 for the lower and more for the full gun up to $18,000 for some nicer original Colt parts. Back in 1986 when the NFA data base was closed – that same Mac10 was $385 new and a stripped Colt full auto lower was $68 new + $200 tax. Forbes magazine says investing in a full auto gun was the best investment anyone could have made in the early 1980’s. They have earned more value than any stock, gold, or other comodity like land.

Second – you need to live in one of the 37 states that allow private citizens to own full auto.

Once you have the $$ and live in the correct state – it’s just a matter of your local Class III dealer finding a rifle you like, getting it transferd to his shop, then for you to wait 8-9 months for your NFA Form 4 to be approved. For this – you need to be over 21, clean record, and have the form signed by the chief of police and include a check for $200 for the tax stamp.

Instead of buying a full auto – when you turn 21 – go buy a nice suppressor or two, or three. If I had bought them back in 1976 when I was 21 – I would not be half deaf today. However, back in 1976 $200 was half a months pay in the military and the suppressors were the same cost or less. It did not seem right. Today, $200 is dinner and a movie – and you can get some nice suppressor for pistol starting in the $400 range – pretty sweet.

That – and after the first couple of mags – I am tired and bored of the full auto. (I am with the Alaska Machine Gun Association). I am more fun with my SBR AR-15 with it’s 10″ barrel and 6″ suppressor. I had to pay the $200 tax and wait 7 months for the paper work to be approved – but it was worth it!

Good Luck

Kon Fuzed asked What caliber hunting rifle has the cheapest ammo that can reasonably take down a pig in 1 shot?

I want to stock for the apocalypse. Seriously.

And got the following answer:

Seeing the second part to the question, I will try to tailor my anwser to fit.

7.62×39 – You can get rugged military rifles to fire this, fairly cheap, and buy FMJs in bulk (though a FMJ isn’t a good choice on a hog). You can get hollowpoints, softpoints and plenty other options as well (price goes from ~$6 for cheap FMJs to ~$60 for some REALLY high quality stuff)
(Though, If you’re seriously stocking for a TEOTWAWKI (the end of the world as we know it) senario then prehaps a military arm would make you look like the ‘enemy’ to LEOs, if you live in a left city). In my opinion, the best choice.

30-30 (aka 30WCF)- Don’t discount this round. It’s a potent little booger that doesn’t get the respect it deserves in this age of .300Win Mags and .500 S&Ws. Its Plenty enough gun for anything the size of black-bear down to possums, and is a very common gun, reliable and accurate. Prices on ammo go from about $14/box of 20 for Remington Core-lockt Soft Points, to about $60 for some really good stuff, depending on ammo. This gun would make you look much less like a threat to people, but theres no box-mag reloading, and a compartavily fragile tube mag.

.223 – A million guns shoot this (most famous of which is the AR-15), and may not be the best choice against a really big nasty hog but for the most part, its plenty. Ammo is cheap, avaliable in bulk and fits a million differnt guns.

.357mag in a carbine – Pretty good choice, as they can knock a hog down pretty good, and is widley available. Prices (in my area) go about $20/box of 50 for some Okay stuff to $80 for some speciality rounds.

.44mag in a carbine – Very powerful when fired from a carbine. about $30/box of 50 for the ammo.