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  1. #11
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    Looks like Space Force has their side arm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlwilliams View Post
    Looks like Space Force has their side arm.
    ROFLMAO! At least I got one chuckle today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasher View Post
    And why would I want a hi cap 22 Magnum the size of a raccoon???
    Hmmm. Why indeed. Why would someone want a something along the lines of an MP5K that holds 50 rounds with spare mags that don't take up a huge amount of space beyond a happy stick. Especially if it had a brace similar to the SBPDW...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkface View Post
    Hmmm. Why indeed. Why would someone want a something along the lines of an MP5K that holds 50 rounds with spare mags that don't take up a huge amount of space beyond a happy stick. Especially if it had a brace similar to the SBPDW...

    It is a good point in that you are thinking of a practical application. to most of us we are thinking plinking and range toy. 5.7 is too expensive for a range toy, hence the reference to .22 mag that really is not cheap either, but still a lot less. For niche weapons, one should be willing to pay whatever it takes to get the deed done.

  5. #15
    Have to agree with the brace idea. That would certainly pique my interest.

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    Kel-Tec consistently intrigues me with their designs; they really think outside the box. It's a shame they manufacture to "toy" standards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasher View Post
    And why would I want a hi cap 22 Magnum the size of a raccoon???
    Yeah...A really big pissed off Raccoon.

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    If a Ruger Charger pistol with more muzzle velocity fits your mission, this is a possible solution.

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