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    I'd have to say that my all time favourite is the M14 SOCOM. Especially the specific mod that is in this picture. It is, in my humble opinion, one of the best looking rifle's ever created. That coupled together with it's excellent performance makes it stand well above the average. The Swede is in love...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSwede View Post


    I'd have to say that my all time favourite is the M14 SOCOM. Especially the specific mod that is in this picture. It is, in my humble opinion, one of the best looking rifle's ever created. That coupled together with it's excellent performance makes it stand well above the average. The Swede is in love...
    with the optic set that far back, someone is going to experience what is known as 'rasberry eye' soon
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor goodstain View Post
    with the optic set that far back, someone is going to experience what is known as 'rasberry eye' soon
    Depends. The distance between the cheek guard and the scope is a wee bit close, but as long as you don't deliberately hold your eye too close, it should be okay.
    It's too close for my personal taste, though.

    Edit: the eye is fooled by how bulky the carbon stock is... The distance between cheek guard and scope is probably greater than you'd think.
    I'm thinking this way, at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    Depends. The distance between the cheek guard and the scope is a wee bit close, but as long as you don't deliberately hold your eye too close, it should be okay.
    It's too close for my personal taste, though.

    Edit: the eye is fooled by how bulky the carbon stock is... The distance between cheek guard and scope is probably greater than you'd think.
    I'm thinking this way, at least.

    Aye, that's basically what I figured aswell. Of course I haven't seen this rifle IRL so I cant really tell.
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    i really like guns i just wish they didnt kill people!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by man View Post
    i really like guns i just wish they didnt kill people!!!
    Guns don't kill people, people have always killed people.
    Guns or nae, the killing has been done with rocks, swords, axes, bows, frying pans, knives, vegetables, poison, pieces of wood, pipes and everything imaginable since the very dawn of time.

    It is intentions that kill people. Guns don't make it any easier.
    In fact, guns make our society secure, because they are so heavily regulated and if you find the bullet you can see which gun it has been fired from and catch the bad guy.
    Besides, governments will always have more guns than organized crime. Well, almost. And armies. That makes life harder for the scum.
    Besides, gun killings are loud. It is bound to be noticed.
    For example, tranquelizer/knife murders where the assailant quietly goes about his business and gets rid of the body are much harder to solve.

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    I want a gun to protect myself with. Unfortunately it's illegal in the Netherlands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    I want a gun to protect myself with. Unfortunately it's illegal in the Netherlands.
    Oh, don't be afraid, Kat... harming young women is also illegal in the Netherlands. Therefore you're perfectly safe, right?

    /sarcasm

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    Quote Originally Posted by man View Post
    i really like guns i just wish they didnt kill people!!!
    I really like pencils I just wish they didn't make spelling mistakes.
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    I want to marry a man who has a gun in place of one of his body parts.
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