NFA pic thread

Discussion in 'NFA - Stamp collecting' started by 11B CIB, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. Will

    Will New Member Sponsor

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    Yes, I see people selling the muzzle devices and mounts quite regularly.
     
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    There's an easy fix for that. Don't shoot unsuppressed. Duh!!

    I will say their new ones look much better. No more points on the FHs.
     
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    Yes, they got rid of the meat tenderizers at least.

    And guess what sold today? Yep. Gone, baby gone.

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    I believe this is the very last time I shot it before it went adios:

     
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    So any suggestions on a small pack/pouch type thing to keep all my accessories together? I've seen someone post something on the forum before but I don't remember who it was or what thread it was in.

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    I don't think there's any need to complicate things. I keep my suppressor tools and various parts in my range tool box. Regardless of what else I take with me, that box always goes.
     
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    I just wanted a dedicated suppressor bag where everything will stay together and not bang the threads up.
     
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    I haven't done it yet, but one of the small "tackle boxes" on the shelf at Walmart would work just fine.

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    I wish I had enough cans and accessories to fill that up :p
     
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    That's basically what I was saying. I have a tool box with parts organizer that goes to the range with me, and my extra suppressor parts take up a couple compartments.

    If you want it completely separate and don't need as much storage, just get a smaller tackle box.
     
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    Have 1 I use for lower parts, and would do the same for the suppressors stuff. You could get the smaller ones and do it by can.
     
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    I don't buy a lot of accessories for my cans. I need to pull everything out and see what size Plano case I need. Probably more takedown tools than anything else.
     
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    I used a freezer zipper bag for a while for the tools, rubber band them so they don't bounce around and poke a hole.
    Got a nice zipper pouch to use when I get a chance to swap it out. Small Plano case at walmart for the larger parts.
     
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    Man I wish I had know about this!
     
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    Hurricane induced cabin fever led to this monstrosity being born. This is what happens when you mix equal parts ACR with UMP...

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    Little teaser for you guys, guess the make & model.
     
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    Some type of MP5 clone?
     
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    Flat Spot .308 flat weldable kit?
     
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  19. Clicker

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    Yup it is a clone, Dakota Tactical.
    Nope not a rifle cartridge, it's a pistol cal in the "best" millimeter.
     
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    Stripped bare when she first arrived.
     
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    First rounds through my omega today. What a blast. 220gr subs for the blk upper (pictured) and some 55gr through a 556 upper.

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    Seems like it would get a little dirty with that method of transportation. :p
     
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    Yea but no one gives him a hard time about parking in a handicap spot illegally!
     
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    No questions on concealing an sbr though lol
     
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    Maybe so, but look out for GATTTOTP!! :eek:
     

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