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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatchkins View Post
    Really??? A movie prop gun?

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    This is the Pistol that was used by Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) in the 1982 movie Blade Runner. This started out as a real gun. Actually, two real guns. A Charter Arms Bulldog 44 magnum revolver and and bits n' pieces from an Anzhultz bolt action rifle (well, at least the magazine).

    The front trigger is a prop and does not move. The rear trigger actually fires the Charter Arms Bulldog revolver that has been "casted" into the prop. Is it safe to shoot? I doubt it. I don't think they used any real barrels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndchance View Post
    Really??? A movie prop gun?
    It was too cool not to post. Plus the gun in the photo is a real shooter http://www.therpf.com/f9/blade-runne...hooter-114441/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatchkins View Post
    This is a nice piece from the good ol' boys of Phoenix. The McMillan Brothers introduced their CS5 Sniper Rifle at the 2012 Shot Show. CS5 stands for Concealable Subsonic/Supersonic Suppressed Sniper System, Get it? A C and 5 S's...

    Also known as the Suitcase Sniper, this bolt action rifle, chambered in .308win can be broken down to a small package, small enough to fit inside a small suitcase. Besides being small, it's also lightweight and can shoot 1/2" groups @ 100 yards (sub-MOA)

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    The rifle pictured above has a short 12" barrel. This puts it in NFA territory as a SBR (short barrel rifle), not to mention the suppressor sitting below it, which is also a NFA item.

    This link brings you to more information about the rifle and also a non-NFA 18" barrel version.

    http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/201...n-nfa-version/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatchkins View Post
    Scally Hill Systems was one of the first companies to integrate the AR platform into a chassis for bolt rifles. Their design was pretty revolutionary. So much, in fact, that they licensed the patent rights to several BIG name companies. Eventually, they sold the rights all together and closed shop. Good for them

    What is pictured is the Scally Hill Systems Mk4 Mod Mod 4, which uses a a Savage or Remington host barreled action. The barrel is cut short to 13.5", threaded and an AAC 51T flash hider is installed. The flash hider is a QD setup for an AAC Suppressor. When a suppressor is not in use, a SSS QD Brake Shield is installed so all the gas (and noise) is projected forward. Normally, the Savage or Remington host barreled action does not use a large detachable magazine. This chassis system uses AICS magazines.

    Note: AICS Stands for Accuracy International Chassis System. Accuracy International is a BIG name company (hint hint) in the long range sniper industry. They offered one of the first large capacity magazines (meaning more than 5 rounds) that was used in a bolt system. They were the only ones for awhile, and now have become the standard. It's no suprise that Scally Hill chose to use their magazines in the design.

    The chassis was machined so standard AR-15 grips can be used. The stock is also set to be released or folded. Current bolt action chassis also have incorporated the AR15 stock into the design.

    There are currently several companies that offer bolt action chassis systems to retrofit your existing bolt rifle.

    Ashbury Precision Ordnance

    MDT Engineered Accuracy

    XLR Industries

    LARS (Long Range Aluminum Rifle Stock)

    Competitive Machine, Inc (recently moved from CA to AZ)



    There are also companies that have built their own chassis systems utilizing their own bolt and barrel systems. JP Enterprise, Masterpiece Arms, Competitive Edge Gunworks and more.

    You can find most of these by Googling "Bolt Action Rifle Chassis"

    Look HERE, too! Lots of pics and info.
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    Mossberg 500A with ghost sights and Zombie Green furniture. Just in time for Halloween.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatchkins View Post
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    This is the famous WW2 German MG42 machine gun. A Lightweight (for it's time) machine gun capable of firing 1200 rounds per minute. The rate of fire was increased to 1800 rounds per minute by the middle of WW2, and was deemed "Hitler's Buzz Saw".

    The video below gives good information.

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