Solomon Kane· Registered
My thinking is that your pistol would BE less likely to "jam" if you didn't bolt a bunch of silly-ass horsecrap onto it.A company called Florida Discount Guns Inc. have developed a concept pistol carbine conversion stock kit which would accommodates two separate pistols at the same time. The idea is that if one pistol jams or the magazine runs empty, there is a backup.
:lol::lol::lol::thumbsup:A new 'gangsta gun'!
With 7rd mags, a real 'New York Reload'!
Apparantly you were more "badass" than I....I just thought that gun was fun...had everything except a kitchen sink.Never had one, never wanted one....
I was always pissed that Marx or Mattel or Topper never came out with an 8/10 or 9/10 scale BAR. Now THAT could have made me King Badass of the Neighborhood Hill....:twisted:
(Close as I could get was the Marx M14.)
Why not? All you needed was a tanker helmet and leather jacket.Plus I had a metal P-08 Luger that actually really looked the real thing. That was cool. Didn't go to well with the Thompson though ....
Whew! Any idea WHY the disparity in prices, Diamondback? Are there additional state taxes or something? Or just an overall higher cost of living?Lol, I'm not averse to a six-1911 load... if I can ever figure out appropriate load-bearing equipment, back and knee braces, and how to afford it all. (Up here in the Northwet, take street price in the rest of the country and add another 1/4 to 1/2...)