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Everything posted by renegadecow

  1. I disagree. The Uzi says 'man' and not 'cool'. Says so on the box Here's a couple of pics that puts me in the club. Nothing special though (even though an Uzi is special enough as it is) but I'll get some artistic shots to follow, that is as soon as I pry my brothers D80 off his hands.
  2. I've been told that the inner barrel of the 10.5" is the same with the 8.3", so expect similar performance.
  3. Its already got a rail mounted on the barrel, making attaching optics easier, plus the sling swivels will be a help. Otherwise, for non-PC 500s you'd need to buy a real steel rail mount ($90) plus a holster if you don't want to hold-on to it all of the time.
  4. I'm really hoping that you used .25g bbs when yours clocked at 230fps average.
  5. Heres my G18C. Its special that it makes every other Glock look beautiful in comparison. My paisley shirt isn't helping much is it?
  6. Whats with the excitement? All it looks like is a ghetto SCAR.
  7. My perfect backup! Despite being a bit pathetic, but fun none the less. I've been using my S&W 500 magnum as primary for some time now but never found a good backup gun for it, not that I really need one but due to lots of complaints about insane-range kills and peek-a-boo headshots. Then I thought: only a revolver befits a revolver. So I picked the weakest of the bunch, also the cheapest since I blew off cash on the fancy bag and real steel rear sights on the Tanaka. Shao, please stop posting pics. I'm broke enough as it is.
  8. And I was wondering why you have Ocelot for an avatar.
  9. Oh, but I get 450~460 on mine and its just an 8". I broke it by the way. Silly me. Now I have real steel replacement parts straight from S&W on its way, and thats a looong way. Heres a couple of pics. The one below is a fantasy rendered by a friend. I don't know what that ring of smoke is for though. Also, new on the Tanaka website (as I was desperately looking for replacement parts) is a gas regulator for the M500 along with their other gas guns to abide with the .98J law. Back when Snowman wrote his review, the 500 would be severely restricted in use because of its power. With
  10. Is that... twilight chromium on your Umbrella? It looks freakishly like it popped out from the games CG, in a good way.
  11. The 6" and 10" Performance Center .500 comes with integral rails which would give you an option for optics. You might want to scrap the 4" for that reason.
  12. More (posed) pics. I have an in-action pic but its horribly blurred as I was running. A testament to the .500 being a skirmishable revolver. Got two kills right away after the game started despite the not-so-stealthy shirt. There aren't any full metal gas revolvers in the market, but the closest you could do is buy a Tanaka M29 then get the Zeke metal kit. Of course you'd be $350 poorer by then.
  13. Happy New Year! I just finished making my PKM kit. Base gun is an AK (slr105) so it counts on this thread. Zounds! The feed tray comes up like the real thing! Removable box mag. Made out of PVC.
  14. A friend (guy in red shirt) with my best friend (S&W .500)
  15. S&W .500 artistic shot and my fedora, sadly not Prada.
  16. Curse you! Curse you all for this thread (shakes fist in air)! Now guess whats gone and headed towards my house, why a revolver of course! Its just that the wheelgun won't come by early December. And when I get it, I'll take pics of it that will make Clint Eastwood look like he's packing a twenty-two. All will fall with the mighty five hundred.
  17. Well I'll be... the RPK 47 really doesn't use machined receivers, but stamped as well. I stand corrected in that case. Although Shroomalistic did use a 74 receiver (from an SLR105) on his RPK, which makes it... definitely not a run-off-the-mill RPK 47.
  18. Really now? I suggest looking closely at the receiver. Its a stamped type, akin to the 74 as opposed to the machined 47 type. And yes, the 74 (5.45x39) does sport different chambering from a 47 (7.62x39).
  19. Yes, so long as you bend the motor cage to look like a V3 gearbox or have an SVD with a standard military style grip/stock, which wouldn't be an SVD at all but a Tiger instead. You will also need an incredibly looong air nozzle. You might get problems geting your hands on a deactivated SVD though, not to mention deactivated guns are required to have their barrels cut in half. So it would be easier buying a King Arms/Atoz SVD.
  20. An RPK 74, sweet! Beats any old RPK any day, well except for the one with the gigantic NV stuck on it.
  21. What the? Someone trying to pass off an SVD as an AK47? It's usually the other way around. It isn't an AK, unless you get one of those hybrid svd47's. Although you could start a new thread demanding pics of true SVDs which is what you have, oh and AKs not allowed.
  22. Do take note however that attaching the side mounted rail on a TM plastic receiver will break it eventually, depending on use. If you can, stick the side rail on a metal body. If you can get your hands on a VFC aks74u or a CA slr105, those already come equipped with the side rail.
  23. Thats Russian technology to you. They aren't the standard 20mm or picatinny rails as promoted by the west. Right now, the only things you could stick to that rail is any of the PSO series of scopes, and the side mounted 20mm rail adapter by VFC. WGC has them me thinks.
  24. TM AK47 with my own wood 74 furniture. But check out my grips.
  25. I've been refraining from adding my own AUG pics thinking that I had already done so before. But now that I recall, it was the austrian load-out thread. So just to put my gun where it would fit better: AUG C30
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