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Root cause found!
First they make guns for wrong handed people then they can't define a woman.
Wrong Handed? Bloody right handers ! Jeez I've been carrying em for years ! Strangely enough when I work I've always shot right handed ! I only own 3 Left handed rifles ! I'll have you know I have always held the upmost respect for Female impersonators! (well to a certain point ) 🧐 😁😁
 

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Wrong Handed? Bloody right handers ! Jeez I've been carrying em for years ! Strangely enough when I work I've always shot right handed ! I only own 3 Left handed rifles ! I'll have you know I have always held the upmost respect for Female impersonators! (well to a certain point )
I own 0 left handed rifles. I just adapted to right hand controls I guess.
 

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I'm really liking it. I did have some issues at 1st,but new mags and better ammo cleared it up. I put the magpul lower and forend on and really like how it turned out.
Nice, I got an AP5 recently as well, havent shot it yet but I got the sb tactical brace and a couple of kci magazines for it.
 

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Any such thing as a good cheap magazine for the MP5?
I figured Magpul would have introduced one when they came out with all their MP5 parts.
I got my KCI magazines from brownells for 50.00 each, the packaging claims lifetime warranty so we will see how it goes.
 

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Any such thing as a good cheap magazine for the MP5?
I figured Magpul would have introduced one when they came out with all their MP5 parts.
Nope...lol!
Best is factory mags. I haven't had a issue with the magpul drum... yet. My buddy tried the overwatch precision mags and for some reason they wouldn't feed the last 4-5 rounds.
Unless you really like or just gotta have the real thing or a clone you can do better.
Reloading is more difficult than most others in this category.
Mags....enough said
Parts are widely available,but are expensive
Doesn't use glock mags.

But it's really [email protected] cool!
 

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Any such thing as a good cheap magazine for the MP5?
I figured Magpul would have introduced one when they came out with all their MP5 parts.
I think the AP5 mags work in the Mp5. I read that mp5 mags work in the AP5.

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Same price as a Sig pistol magazine
 

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TX22. Been in the market for a 22 for some time. Amazing enough, I don't own a 22 pistol. Never could decide between WMR ort LR. Finally pulled the trigger. Found one in stock and ordered on line. Will pick it up this weekend, or more likely Monday.
 

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Didnt buy one but did freshen up my 1978 Glenfield Model 60. First rifle i bought about 10 years ago and what kicked off my addiction lol. When i first bought it i did disassemble it and repainted the receiver and stained and varnished the stock. Well i took it to the range last week and while i had it apart to clean it i decided i wanted to add a little more character to the stock. So i filled the checkering with a black furniture marker and also used a grey furniture marker and hand rubbed some on the stock which darkened it up some. Then finished with about 6 coats of minwax wipe on poly. Pretty happy with it and it freshened it up nicely. I also had originally swapped out the factory charging handle for a wood one and decided to put the original back in. Repainted the front sight base as well

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Didnt buy one but did freshen up my 1978 Glenfield Model 60. First rifle i bought about 10 years ago and what kicked off my addiction lol. When i first bought it i did disassemble it and repainted the receiver and stained and varnished the stock. Well i took it to the range last week and while i had it apart to clean it i decided i wanted to add a little more character to the stock. So i filled the checkering with a black furniture marker and also used a grey furniture marker and hand rubbed some on the stock which darkened it up some. Then finished with about 6 coats of minwax wipe on poly. Pretty happy with it and it freshened it up nicely. I also had originally swapped out the factory charging handle for a wood one and decided to put the original back in. Repainted the front sight base as well

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Nice job! Looks better than new!!
 
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