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GUNS - AR15, MP's, your weapon of choice I know... what the heck, a new passion for me, so here it is.

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Old 05-07-2010, 09:07 PM
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She's affectionately called, "Boomer". Makes my AK47s, AR15s and battle rifles seem like toys by comparison.

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Im looking to buy a armalite ar50. I live in Murfreesboro TN Home of the Barrett 50.. And I am a gun dealer.. But I like the ar50. maybe after i pay Jack for the work he is doing to my car...
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Im looking to buy a armalite ar50. I live in Murfreesboro TN Home of the Barrett 50.. And I am a gun dealer.. But I like the ar50. maybe after i pay Jack for the work he is doing to my car...
I want one of dem too.... maybe I can put a few pics up of my little guns.. how bout it Jay.. what ya got kewl... by the way... we're close, " da motor is in da house"... pics be comin..
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I'm thrilled with my AR50. I've had it for about 9 years and it's never missed a beat. Damn expensive to feed, though!
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Here's a few of "my little friends".....




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Time to add a .50 to the collection, Jack! Gotta warn ya though, feeding them isn't cheap. I thought feeding my precision .308s was expensive...until I bought my .50. Just to give you an idea of HOW expensive quality, match grade .50 ammo is...

http://www.aaa-ammo.com/bmg.htm
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Time to add a .50 to the collection, Jack! Gotta warn ya though, feeding them isn't cheap. I thought feeding my precision .308s was expensive...until I bought my .50. Just to give you an idea of HOW expensive quality, match grade .50 ammo is...

http://www.aaa-ammo.com/bmg.htm
Damn Eddie..... I been wanting to ask you... where TF do you shoot that thing, and WTF do you shoot...
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Hi Jack,

There are public outdoor ranges across PA set up by the PA Game Commission. One of these ranges is a short 15 minute ride from my house. They don't have a caliber limit thankfully, so this is where I take the 50. As far as what I shoot, it's mostly paper. The occasional basketball size rock does make it in my crosshairs once shooting paper gets a little boring. It's pretty cool to watch a rock the size of a large pumpkin turn into dust from a single hit from a 50.
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It's pretty cool to watch a rock the size of a large pumpkin turn into dust from a single hit from a 50.

Hey, hey, I resemble that remark.... Nice, I'm jonesing over here to shoot my AR's and a 3" 45 I picked up last week. We planned on shooting this weekend, just couldn't get there.. Tonite should be a go... after work
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I also planned on hitting the range this past Saturday after fishing in the morning, but the fishing was so hot we decided to make a day out of it.
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