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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 28th, 2012 @ 02:14 AM Reply

At 7/27/12 12:19 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote:
At 7/26/12 11:47 PM, Spretznaz wrote:
2) Most of you are deer-killing assholes
They have 0 natural predators in my area, are a danger to people, are tick-havens, and they cost the area lots of money, deer jerky is awesome as well.

There are more than enough reasons to kill deer.

true up here in Minnesota/ North Dakota they ruin crops and go into residential zones and Reproduce like fucking crazy (the Average Doe here births 4-6 calfs) so they give us plenty of tags due to overpopulation and complaining farmers.

At 7/27/12 08:28 AM, Spretznaz wrote:
At 7/26/12 12:11 AM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote: my mother let me use something like that when I was younger now I use a .308 for deer hunting
Nice, that's one of those ones I've never used myself but heard nothing but good things about.

yeah .308 is great especially my Remington and I use rounds with high grain. I can kill shot deer up to 800Ms.

then make sweet succulent Deer Jerky and deer steaks

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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 28th, 2012 @ 09:23 AM Reply

At 7/28/12 02:14 AM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote: true up here in Minnesota/ North Dakota they ruin crops and go into residential zones and Reproduce like fucking crazy (the Average Doe here births 4-6 calfs) so they give us plenty of tags due to overpopulation and complaining farmers.

Yeah its pretty much the same deal over here in Wisconsin. They reproduce so quickly that pretty much everybody goes home happy in season.

yeah .308 is great especially my Remington and I use rounds with high grain. I can kill shot deer up to 800Ms.

then make sweet succulent Deer Jerky and deer steaks

What are your specifics? I use 150gr rounds with pretty damn good accuracy.
And yeah, I cant get enough of deer jerky.


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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 28th, 2012 @ 10:33 AM Reply

At 7/28/12 09:23 AM, Spretznaz wrote: What are your specifics? I use 150gr rounds with pretty damn good accuracy.

175gr High velocity.

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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 28th, 2012 @ 08:07 PM Reply

At 7/27/12 12:19 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: There are more than enough reasons to kill deer.

I highly doubt people kill deer for these reasons. I'm pretty sure that it's done for the sake of having fun.

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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 28th, 2012 @ 08:22 PM Reply

At 7/28/12 08:07 PM, mothballs wrote:
At 7/27/12 12:19 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: There are more than enough reasons to kill deer.
I highly doubt people kill deer for these reasons. I'm pretty sure that it's done for the sake of having fun.

Which is wrong why?

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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 29th, 2012 @ 03:18 AM Reply

At 7/28/12 08:07 PM, mothballs wrote:
At 7/27/12 12:19 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: There are more than enough reasons to kill deer.
I highly doubt people kill deer for these reasons. I'm pretty sure that it's done for the sake of having fun.

Hardly here in minnesota we have our white tail deer population out of control due to their high birth rates and they ruin crops. So every hunting season they hand tags out like candy to get under control plus they have programs for donating meat and skins. Plus alot people do it to feed their famillies, i personally have 90 pounds of deer meat in a freezer

So people font do it for mindless killing.

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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 29th, 2012 @ 04:06 AM Reply

At 7/28/12 08:07 PM, mothballs wrote:
At 7/27/12 12:19 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: There are more than enough reasons to kill deer.
I highly doubt people kill deer for these reasons. I'm pretty sure that it's done for the sake of having fun.

Of course people kill deer for those reasons! My uncles all hunt, and they bring home venison to eat. They all know how much damage deer can do, as my cousin was almost killed when she ran into a deer. They have almost ZERO natural predators here in northern Virginia. In fact, the only place deer have natural predators in VA is near the mountains, and by West Virginia. My friend makes deer jerky because he loves it. I've talked to several organic vegetable farmers who wish it was legal to sell venison, as deer love to destroy their crops, fences, fertile soil, and even their parked cars!


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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 30th, 2012 @ 01:37 PM Reply

At 7/29/12 04:06 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: my cousin was almost killed when she ran into a deer.

damn, how fast can she run?


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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 30th, 2012 @ 03:44 PM Reply

At 7/30/12 01:37 PM, Dromedary wrote:
At 7/29/12 04:06 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: my cousin was almost killed when she ran into a deer.
damn, how fast can she run?

As fast as a fucking cheetah, dude.


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Response to The Gun Club Jul. 31st, 2012 @ 08:28 AM Reply

At 7/30/12 03:44 PM, TruBluFoxx wrote:
At 7/30/12 01:37 PM, Dromedary wrote:
At 7/29/12 04:06 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: my cousin was almost killed when she ran into a deer.
damn, how fast can she run?
As fast as a fucking cheetah, dude.

lol I hit a deer once and my old man clipped one. I was in a truck with a grill guard so no damage was done I called the DNR to see if I could take it home and gave me the okay. the one my old man clipped kept going like a trooper.

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 1st, 2012 @ 03:11 AM Reply

I've owned my Para Ordinance .45 ACP "GI Expert" for about a year now, during which time I've fired about 150 rounds with it. I've fired quite a few different handguns, and other than a certain Walther handgun that I don't remember the name of, it's definitely my overall favorite handgun.

A few days ago I got to go shooting with my friend and his family. His dad is ex-military, and his three older brothers are all in the Special Forces, so there were a lot of guns to shoot. I brought mine of course, and one of my friend's brothers showed me how to take it apart. Tonight I disassembled and cleaned it myself for the first time, and successfully reassembled it. I feel a lot more comfortable with it after doing so.

I love guns.


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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 4th, 2012 @ 04:36 PM Reply

So what do you guys think of the 6.5 Grendel? It seems to be one of the best precision rifle rounds for an AR setup, and from what I have seen, it is a lot less expensive than some other options.

Although it is more expensive than the 7.62x51, it's ballistics are better. It flies straighter, and holds farther down range. It seems like a marksman's dream round, but I don't know. I have read that it eats up barrels though, so thats another thing to think about.

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 4th, 2012 @ 04:38 PM Reply

At 8/4/12 04:36 PM, TruBluFoxx wrote: So what do you guys think of the 6.5 Grendel? It seems to be one of the best precision rifle rounds for an AR setup, and from what I have seen, it is a lot less expensive than some other options.

Size comparison:

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 8th, 2012 @ 06:40 AM Reply

i'll join this club who doesnt like guns My gun is a Scar-H

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 8th, 2012 @ 08:07 AM Reply

At 8/8/12 06:40 AM, BloodCoveredWolf wrote: i'll join this club who doesnt like guns My gun is a Scar-H

That's a SCAR-L...


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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 8th, 2012 @ 08:14 AM Reply

At 8/8/12 08:07 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote:
At 8/8/12 06:40 AM, BloodCoveredWolf wrote: i'll join this club who doesnt like guns My gun is a Scar-H
That's a SCAR-L...

lol, also, that is not only a SCAR-L, but it is an airsoft gun....

Google image search, and the guns Flash hider told me so....

Real Mk-17 SCAR-L with the proper "pronged" flash hider.

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 8th, 2012 @ 08:15 AM Reply

At 8/8/12 08:14 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: lol, also, that is not only a SCAR-L, but it is an airsoft gun....

Google image search, and the guns Flash hider told me so....

Real Mk-17 SCAR-L with the proper "pronged" flash hider.

SHIT! triple post, but wrong pic, thats the 16..

Mk 17:

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 9th, 2012 @ 12:01 AM Reply

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 10th, 2012 @ 04:33 PM Reply

the cost of 7.62 ammo is very discerning. all I can find right now are 20r boxes for 20-23 USD.

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 11th, 2012 @ 12:49 AM Reply

At 8/10/12 04:33 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote: the cost of 7.62 ammo is very discerning. all I can find right now are 20r boxes for 20-23 USD.

Tha fuck? What kind?
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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 11th, 2012 @ 08:39 PM Reply

At 8/11/12 12:49 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote:
At 8/10/12 04:33 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote: the cost of 7.62 ammo is very discerning. all I can find right now are 20r boxes for 20-23 USD.

I use the Fancy shit apparently from what your linking me.

Tha fuck? What kind?
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thanks I bookmarked those for future purchases.

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 12th, 2012 @ 07:50 PM Reply

At 8/11/12 08:39 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
Tha fuck? What kind?
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thanks I bookmarked those for future purchases.

Glad I could help.

ANYWHO, any thoughts on that 6.5 Grendel round I mentioned earlier?


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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 12th, 2012 @ 09:07 PM Reply

At 8/12/12 07:50 PM, TruBluFoxx wrote: ANYWHO, any thoughts on that 6.5 Grendel round I mentioned earlier?

I heard that they were going to make it a alternative to 5.56 for US military use (or make the firearms able to use both 6.5 and 5.56 by making the chamber dual gauged)

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 12th, 2012 @ 09:34 PM Reply

At 8/12/12 09:07 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:

I heard that they were going to make it a secondary to 5.56 for US military in AR use (or make the firearms able to use both 6.5 and 5.56 by making the chamber dual gauged you can do that)

but thats all Ive heard of Grendal.

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 14th, 2012 @ 07:03 PM Reply

At 8/12/12 07:50 PM, TruBluFoxx wrote: ANYWHO, any thoughts on that 6.5 Grendel round I mentioned earlier?

I've been a fan of the 6.5 Grendel ever since I first heard of it back in 06, and I still can't believe it's not a household name! IMO it's the best middleground between the .223 and .308, and I'd even go so far as to say that it surpasses it's 6.8 SPC counterpart for its intended purpose as a true and competent intermediate cartridge.
One drawback is that it's chubby by design in order to fit in a standard AR magazine well. Thus, a 6.5 magazine won't carry as many rounds as a 5.56 magazine will, due to the girth of the casing. I wish there was a larger consumer demand for it though - it's not nearly as prevalent as I'd like it to be.


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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 15th, 2012 @ 04:41 PM Reply

At 8/14/12 07:03 PM, TailsPrower wrote:
At 8/12/12 07:50 PM, TruBluFoxx wrote: ANYWHO, any thoughts on that 6.5 Grendel round I mentioned earlier?
I've been a fan of the 6.5 Grendel ever since I first heard of it back in 06, and I still can't believe it's not a household name! IMO it's the best middleground between the .223 and .308,

I agree. but most of the time people just know the conventional rounds.

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 16th, 2012 @ 07:43 PM Reply

At 8/15/12 04:41 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
At 8/14/12 07:03 PM, TailsPrower wrote:
At 8/12/12 07:50 PM, TruBluFoxx wrote: ANYWHO, any thoughts on that 6.5 Grendel round I mentioned earlier?
I've been a fan of the 6.5 Grendel ever since I first heard of it back in 06, and I still can't believe it's not a household name! IMO it's the best middleground between the .223 and .308,
I agree. but most of the time people just know the conventional rounds.

Yeah. I think it would be nice to see a lightweight 6.5 bolt-action. It has been something that was tickling my brain recently.


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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 17th, 2012 @ 09:58 PM Reply

At 8/16/12 07:43 PM, TruBluFoxx wrote: it would be nice to see a lightweight 6.5 bolt-action. It has been something that was tickling my brain recently.

I don't know where you would find those I always say just stick with high performance .308/7.62MM but thats just me.

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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 20th, 2012 @ 05:12 AM Reply

At 8/17/12 09:58 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
At 8/16/12 07:43 PM, TruBluFoxx wrote: it would be nice to see a lightweight 6.5 bolt-action. It has been something that was tickling my brain recently.
I don't know where you would find those I always say just stick with high performance .308/7.62MM but thats just me.

6.5 has greater accuracy at longer ranges, and a tighter arc. I would love that in a bolt action, and Lapua is too damn expensive for my tastes. I really wanted the 98 Bravo until I saw the price of that round.


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Response to The Gun Club Aug. 23rd, 2012 @ 12:44 PM Reply

At 8/20/12 05:12 AM, TruBluFoxx wrote: 6.5 has greater accuracy at longer ranges, and a tighter arc. I would love that in a bolt action, and Lapua is too damn expensive for my tastes. I really wanted the 98 Bravo until I saw the price of that round.

I knew a guy who used .227 and he said it shot straight and had tight grouping on his hunting rifle. though I prefer 30-30 or .308 are my calibers of choice on a rifle.