Shoots in Argentine !!!

Shoots in Argentine !!!

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    Shoots in Argentine !!!

    A tipic sunday in Buenos Aires:

    This is the club:





    First, the lunch !!



    Second, the shoots!!

















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    The friends:




    Then, the dinner:


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    Here, three of my guns:








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    Dinner looks GOOD! Great photos.
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    Very cool! now I'm hungry an want to shoot some more! :)
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    Shot the chron with the pistol made in China @ 6:26. LOL Woopsies! Looks like some great food to have at the range!
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    Looks like a good time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mprp View Post
    Shot the chron with the pistol made in China @ 6:26. LOL Woopsies! Looks like some great food to have at the range!
    Yes, I shoot at the Chrony with the "Norinco 1911A1 Sports Made in China". Never found the rod. The rod was replaced and All Happies !!!

    This shoots of .45acp are bullets of 230 gn at 1020 ft/sec. 8,1 gn of Power pistol and Russian Stopping Power Primers.

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    I lived in Mendoza for a while in 1968.

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    Mendoza sites at 1200km of Buenos Aires. Great place!!

    In 1968, Peron President? I born in 1989.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aerodino View Post
    Mendoza sites at 1200km of Buenos Aires. Great place!!

    In 1968, Peron President? I born in 1989.
    I don't think so. Very strict police state then. I remember police carrying .45 caliber machine guns on the street. I was flying out of the Argentine Air Force base there.

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    Welcome to the forum!

    Can you tell us a bit about the laws regarding civilian gun ownership in Argentina? Are licenses required? registration? Restrictions on caliber, magazine capacity?

    Just curious, really. Appreciate your posts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    Welcome to the forum!

    Can you tell us a bit about the laws regarding civilian gun ownership in Argentina? Are licenses required? registration? Restrictions on caliber, magazine capacity?

    Just curious, really. Appreciate your posts!
    Thanks you !!

    The laws regarding civilian gun ownership in Argentina are:

    License of "possession of guns" which requires psiquica and medical approbation. Also, each gun must be registered.

    Civilians can not carry loaded guns, never.

    No restriction of Magazine capacity.

    The caliber is restricted at 1200 lb.ft of muzzle energy for handguns. This it; Yes .44 Magnum, But Not .454 Casull and Not .500 S&W.

    The caliber of rifles is not restricted. But, no are permited semiautomatic rifles in calibers most powerfull that .22lr.

    Sorry by grammatical fails !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lchamp View Post
    I don't think so. Very strict police state then. I remember police carrying .45 caliber machine guns on the street. I was flying out of the Argentine Air Force base there.
    Yes, the police carried the Halcon Mod. 1943 .45acp:



    The actual Argentina is different. The police is not strict.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aerodino View Post
    Thanks you !!

    The laws regarding civilian gun ownership in Argentina are:

    License of "possession of guns" which requires psiquica and medical approbation. Also, each gun must be registered.

    Civilians can not carry loaded guns, never.

    No restriction of Magazine capacity.

    The caliber is restricted at 1200 lb.ft of muzzle energy for handguns. This it; Yes .44 Magnum, But Not .454 Casull and Not .500 S&W.

    The caliber of rifles is not restricted. But, no are permited semiautomatic rifles in calibers most powerfull that .22lr.

    Sorry by grammatical fails !!
    I wish I could speak Spanish as well as you do English. Looks like you and your friends had a very good time. Thank you for sharing with us.
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