Evil Black Rifle photo thread

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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby David on Mon Apr 09, 2012 11:06 am

Sorry this is so picture heavy (and crappy pictures at that):

A pair of 80s HKs, 91 & 93
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Brit L1A1 & FN FNC
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FN FS2000 & MSAR StG556
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SIG 556 SWAT & SIG 551
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ACR & SCAR
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Colt SP1 & AR180
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Daewoo K2 & Colt AR15A2
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Robinson XCR & M4
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M76 & National Match M1A
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KRISS Vector & AR57
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HK94 & UZI Model A
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FN PS90 & Sterling
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1980s Galil ARM & Vz. 58
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PPS43 & Suomi KP31
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Copy of StG44 in .22
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AKS74 & Skorpion Vz. 61
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A pair of Lancaster AKs; AKM & AKS
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Chinese MAK90 & Hungarian AMD-65
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An SKS triplet: Chinese, Russian, Yugoslavian
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Romanian RPK
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Yugoslavian M53 (copy of the German MG42)
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Russian DP28
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SPAS 12. Not really a "rifle," but it sure is evil and black! I'll spare you the other shotguns.
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This is just a dummy gun with a solid receiver, but it makes a nice conversation piece:
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Tavor TAR-21
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Beretta ARX100
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby dsm2nr on Mon Apr 09, 2012 11:09 am

David wrote:Sorry this is so picture heavy (and crappy pictures at that):

A pair of 80s HKs, 91 & 93


Brit L1A1 & FN FNC

FN FS2000 & MSAR StG556


SIG 556 SWAT &SIG 551


ACR & SCAR


Colt SP1 & AR180


Daewoo K2 & Colt AR15A2


Robinson XCR & M4


M76 & National Match M1A


KRISS Vector & AR57


HK94 & UZI Model A


FN PS90 & Sterling


1980s Galil ARM & Vz. 58


PPS43 & Suomi KP31


AKS74 & Skorpion Vz. 61


A pair of Lancaster AKs; AKM & AKS


Chinese MAK90 & Hungarian AMD-65


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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby yuppiejr on Mon Apr 09, 2012 11:10 am

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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby Squib Joe on Mon Apr 09, 2012 2:26 pm

Annnnd we have a winner. Thread closed?
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby samginko on Mon Apr 09, 2012 2:30 pm

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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby David on Mon Apr 09, 2012 2:41 pm

Squib Joe wrote:Annnnd we have a winner. Thread closed?


You sold more than half of them to me, so you'd get an assist. :D

Honestly though, jshuberg's rifle is cooler than all of mine put together.
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Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby illbits on Mon Apr 09, 2012 3:17 pm

jshuberg wrote:Image
Registered select fire Colt/Armalite 601 Lower
LWRC M6A3 Upper w/ short stroke gas piston & 4 position gas valve
12.5" cold hammer forged barrel 1:7 twist
FSC 556 muzzle brake
Geiselle Automatics SSF Trigger
KNS anti-rotational hammer, trigger, and auto-sear pins
EOtech 556 optic w/ GGG scope cover
Magpul UBR Stock
Command Arms UPG16 grip
BCM Gunfighter charging handle
GGG Aluminum vertical grip
Streamlight TLR-2 taclight
Cyclic rate of ~750rpm

Before you ask, yes it's legal, registered with ATF and reported to BCA. I've also received authorization in writing from ATF for the change of configuration you see above.

Big props on this piece! Nice to see here in MN!
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby CarryCauseICan on Mon Apr 09, 2012 6:52 pm

I need a cig after all those, I'm spent. :sleepin:
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby jshuberg on Mon Apr 09, 2012 7:12 pm

David wrote:Honestly though, jshuberg's rifle is cooler than all of mine put together.

Thanks, but jeez man, you really have one hell of a collection! Don't lose perspective over one little happy switch. Once the novelty wears off it's just another rifle. Just faster and more expensive to feed.
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby rukwikenuf on Mon Apr 09, 2012 10:12 pm

jshuberg wrote:
David wrote:Honestly though, jshuberg's rifle is cooler than all of mine put together.

Thanks, but jeez man, you really have one hell of a collection! Don't lose perspective over one little happy switch. Once the novelty wears off it's just another rifle. Just faster and more expensive to feed.


yeah, if i had that riffle, i can't say i'd use the FUN selector much if at all, but it is AWESOME knowing it's there!
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby David on Mon Apr 09, 2012 10:39 pm

Oh, I'm with you. I've fired a lot of full auto and I know the novelty wears off, but that rifle has serious mojo. Everything I have can be found fairly easily and be purchased off the rack, so to speak. Except for a bunch of WWI and WWII stuff I have, nothing in my collection is really unique. I'm kinda leaning that way though, so maybe I'll get something in the next few months that qualifies!
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby promod1385 on Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:11 pm

My humble submission:

Top- My 3g rifle - 20"Hbar, Coolie comp, BCM Bolt, Gunfighter charging handle, JP Yellow springs.
Bottom- DPMS 20" Dissipator, Magpul ACSL, MOE+ grip, spikes LPK, BCM Bolt.
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby Nat on Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:03 pm

David wrote:Sorry this is so picture heavy (and crappy pictures at that):

A pair of 80s HKs, 91 & 93
Brit L1A1 & FN FNC
FN FS2000 & MSAR StG556
SIG 556 SWAT & SIG 551
ACR & SCAR
Colt SP1 & AR180
Daewoo K2 & Colt AR15A2
Robinson XCR & M4
KRISS Vector & AR57
HK94 & UZI Model A
FN PS90 & Sterling
1980s Galil ARM & Vz. 58
PPS43 & Suomi KP31
AKS74 & Skorpion Vz. 61
Chinese MAK90 & Hungarian AMD-65


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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby plblark on Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:07 pm

Nat wrote:You're not, by chance, interested in adopting a fully grown man, are you?

I'll bet he'd be interested in some attractive female foreign exchange students though.
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Re: Evil Black Rifle photo thread

Postby ScatterGun4015 on Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:28 pm

plblark wrote:
Nat wrote:You're not, by chance, interested in adopting a fully grown man, are you?

I'll bet he'd be interested in some attractive female foreign exchange students though.


doesn't he got one of those??? In his Avatar??? I thought Laura Croft was british :D ........Dave, your collection is grand. I would like to start getting into the HK rifles. My cousin has an HK91 and it sure is fun to shoot
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