The new Hi-Power

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    The new Hi-Power

    Love long range shooting - this should be fun.

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    That thing come with a bipod?
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    That's the new Polish(or anybody's) army sniper pistol. --------

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    Love to see that recoil spring/ slide in action...........LOL
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    Long guide rod Bob - but the cartridge power still manages to shift the slide I believe, which is a lightweight design - scandium or similar with hardened rails.
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    Iwb

    I guess if you had that with a IWB holster, your date might get the wrong idea.

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    Haha - sure would make ya walk funny!
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    All righty i want a pair of them

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    All righty I want a pair of them
    Whatever your lil' heart desires Bud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Whatever your lil' heart desires Bud!


    Yeha Baby thats what im Talking about

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    Be carful now.

    Me and my associates at ACME Assault Rifle Co. might just have to try to build one of those. Maybe use a FEG as a base gun.

    Though not that long. I always favored 6" barrels for 9mm hmmmmmm.......

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    That I believe is the workplace of Wyle E Coyote, huh!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Ed - That I believe is the workplace of Wyle E Coyote, huh!?

    Yep and do you recall the Yugo SKS magazine conversion I did at ACME?

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    Nope Ed - I'll need a pic
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    Sorry that one's been along while back not even sure I have a pic as that's been about 2 hard rive crashes ago. I did post a pic of it at PN but that was back before it had server trouble.

    However that was the one where I converted it to take AK magazines but still left it to were it could be returned back to the fixed 10-rounder.
    Which after a few test sessions is what I did. I still have the magazine catch pieces I made around here somewhere but the rifle went on out in trade.

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