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Re: Military Sniper Rifle

Posted: 22 Sep 2012, 17:08
by Cyberfly
Well, if you take some tinfoil and wrap it tightly around your head, they won't be able to read your thoughts.
Reynold wrap won't work because that is aluminum foil, it has to be TIN...with aluminum, they can transmit stuff and make you do things against your will. :monkey:

Re: Military Sniper Rifle

Posted: 22 Sep 2012, 20:32
by smpsmp
Just thought of another thing, shy of a multiple sale purchase for handguns, unless they actually looked at the 4473's, or the disposition books, how would they know if you bought 1 or 100 long guns in one check?

Re: Military Sniper Rifle

Posted: 23 Sep 2012, 00:25
by flyingirish04
All they know is that a check was performed. That's it, at least when it comes to just filling out a 4473. And they need probable cause and a warrant to review any particular 4473.

Now states that require registration, that is another story.

Re: Military Sniper Rifle

Posted: 23 Sep 2012, 11:17
by Cyberfly
flyingirish04 wrote:All they know is that a check was performed. That's it, at least when it comes to just filling out a 4473. And they need probable cause and a warrant to review any particular 4473.

Now states that require registration, that is another story.
Exactly. I just wouldn't think that Kansas would, which was why I originally asked 'unregistered'?
I think had he said 'untraceable' I wouldn't have simply :thumb: .

Re: Military Sniper Rifle

Posted: 29 Jul 2013, 15:39
by ShockedNKansas
I found a great deal on a very lightly used Savage 110 BA Lapua with scope and bipod included. She's on her way. Another weapon to cross off my list.

I think I have everything I want now. My collection is complete unless I expand my knowledge base on weapon systems and I'm trying not to do that. :) Yes I've seen the Tavor. Yes I know they are amazing. No, I don't want to talk about it.... lol

Re: Military Sniper Rifle

Posted: 29 Jul 2013, 21:52
by flyingirish04
My collection is never complete. Keeps changing and growing. Maybe its because I'm never satisfied in general. Always can do better.

Anyway for a stock gun, that 110 is pretty darn good. With right load you should be able to shot in 5s no problem. I prefer the 110 FCP HS version though. Far better value than the 700 LM variants. And I say that as a past owner of one.