Help! I've Fallen in LOVE....Again.....

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    Exclamation Help! I've Fallen in LOVE....Again.....



    I handled this at the gun show today. It's light it's short enough to make an awesome "truck & travel" piece and it was designed to use M16 30 rd mags and I have tons of those. I'd put an EOtech optic on the top rail.
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    ....yes....I had a hard time putting down the display model at SHOT '06. The front ejection chute is pretty neat looking/functioning.
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    Question HANG a "CAN?"

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    ....yes....I had a hard time putting down the display model at SHOT '06. The front ejection chute is pretty neat looking/functioning.
    I wonder if it will accomodate a suppressor....
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    For some reason i like this one


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    Wink 9mm v 5.56mm is still no contest....

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    For some reason i like this one

    Yeah, I saw that too, but the problem is that it's a 9mm and it's select fire so I don't quite have the moola or paperwork needed to secure one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier View Post
    I wonder if it will accomodate a suppressor....
    I'm sure someone will make a dedicated suppressor or coupling to attach 5.56mm-dedicated suppressors for it.
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    I remember seeing something about that particular weapon possibly being adopted by our army. Any truths to this ?
    How much is the civilian version ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by artz View Post
    I remember seeing something about that particular weapon possibly being adopted by our army. Any truths to this ?
    How much is the civilian version ?

    Naaaaaw this weapon is being adopted by a number of nations, but ours isn't one of them. This does look a bit like the space aged OICW the army was testing that had a smart 20mm added onto a 5.56mm rifle but it never took off. I don't remember what OICW stands for. LOL The civvie version retails for $2300 at the show today. I'll bet I could do better than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by artz View Post
    I remember seeing something about that particular weapon possibly being adopted by our army. Any truths to this ?
    THIS is what you're thinking of: The Objective Individual Combat Weapon:
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    only the assault version w/ the longer barrel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier View Post
    Yeah, I saw that too, but the problem is that it's a 9mm and it's select fire so I don't quite have the moola or paperwork needed to secure one.
    the ps90 is not 9mm it is 5.7x28mm the same as the five-seven pistol and availabe in a civilian semi only version. i woud still prefer the fs2000 in .223 though.
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    I'd rather get an F2000.
    Selective fire baby!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    only the assault version w/ the longer barrel.

    Oh the TAVOR is supposed to be a great little gun. I saw a review on the Military Channel with that guy who was a Navy SEAL that now hosts his own show on such stuff. The Israelis were quite impressed at his marksmanship skills with their new little toy.
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    Exsoldier I can see why you are in love again. The pictures are great.
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    Great pictures, and interesting (not good) looking weapons.

    I hate to admit it, but at least to my eye those things are just butt ugly!
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