Skip to comments.Stag Arms has TWO YEARS worth of orders for rifles!
Posted on 01/13/2013 4:42:29 PM PST by Red in Blue PA
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I’m not certain where one can secure a semi auto rifle at this time. Perhaps wood stock hunting rifles are still available, but there is a serious run on those types of rifles that commonly scare liberals.
The ammo is scarce as well.
I can say from personal experience that the AK is the simplest field strip/cleaning in the world....there is literally nothing to it.
To show the huge changes in attitude, my Late Wife’s GGrandparents were traveling through a part of Texas which was still not Indian pacified.This was around the late 1860s.
When the army found out where they were going, they gave each person a Spencer carbine along with a huge pile of ammo.
Their adventures were written up in one of the “old West” magazines. They also had a young but tough looking boy who asked if he could travel with them. They got into a huge fight with the Indians and the boy turned out to be as tough as he looked.
Anyway they fought the Indians off, killing a bunch and didn’t lose a person. They could not have done it with their muzzle loaders. The Spencers given to them by the Army saved their lives.
A shotgun is NOT “worthless” at 100 yards, or even 200! It’s a death machine at 100, and will sure make somebody decide on another plan at 200.
At 100 yards, you’re going to put several out of nine 00 buck into a bad guy. Two or three .33 caliber balls at about 800FPS is no joke. One or two at 200 yards at 500FPS will ruin their day too. So keep shooting them! But heck, at 100 yards, a shotgun is deadly, and you WILL get the hits.
Easiest and simplest gun to maintain; ammo is available worldwide.
Negative, this one. It is essentially a 10/22. I found putting the bolt and charging handle back in was tricky, also re-attaching the upper to the lower was tricky because the hammer became detached from its spring during disassembly.
Yeah, but the 18” barrel reduces effective range quite a bit.
I had not had the chance to handle any AKs yet, would very much like to though.
>> Sounds like the supply is already exhaustedgun control, cant get em
Hide and watch, son.
God Bless American Free Enterprise! :-)
When the tap comes back on, it won’t be a kitchen faucet, it’ll be a six inch water main.
In two years there will be DOUBLE the amount of weapons and ammunition in the hands of American citizens.
As posted above, keep an eye out for AK-47/74/103's etc...Romanian built WASR-10's are a great value and shoot some of the cheapest ammo in the world (because of volume production)....the 7.62x39 round, which is about equivalent to a 30-30 round...maybe a .308...
Stay armed, stay safe....
********* I found the Ruger sr-22 to be the most frustrating field strip of the guns I have. ************
I rarely even field strip to clean mine. Just swab out the inside barrel, rub a little oil on the outside, blow some cleaner in the works and done.
I consider what you call a field strip to be a full monty if you will.
Impactguns.com does seem to have this rifle in stock. It does say expect delays though. Seems to be an AK-47 type of rifle, though it only comes with a 5 round clip.
Stick a full-man target out at 100, and you will fill it full of holes as quick or quicker than a man with an AR.
A .33 hole is nothing to sneeze at. 2-4 hits per shot is what you will get out of nine 00 bucks. More out of #4 buck. Out to 150-200 yards, a shotgun is NOT something to discount.
I had fired about 2k rounds through mine before I decided to try the field strip. I am glad I did it though because it was incredibly dirty when I cleaned it.
Can it be field-stripped and reassembled in 30 seconds?
FWIW, that gun looks very much like an AK-103....current Russian military issue...it has the modern AL-74 architecture but shoots the older 7.62 round. Great gun. Buy it if you can.
My brother in law is a manufacturer. Told them to go into ammo about 4 yrs ago. Didn’t listen.
****** I had fired about 2k rounds through mine before I decided to try the field strip. I am glad I did it though because it was incredibly dirty when I cleaned it *******
Yes, 2K rounds of .22 will do that. LOL
I am so glad I was stocking up all summer on everything. I can’t even find .22 or 9MM around. Not to mention .223 of course. I did find some 9MM at Cabelas last week for a good price. I also reload and cannot find primers.
Just in case, I also stocked up on cleaning suppies, but the shooting is on hold until the supply loosens up a bit so no need to do much cleaning.
That is very cool, thanks. Who makes that gun...?
Yes, I believe I can field strip and re-assemble my AK in 30 seconds (if the bolt carrier cooperates).......
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