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kojak

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About kojak

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  1. Echigoya's California shop should have it first; not exactly cheap though.
  2. Top one is my everyday work watch; easily replaceable if it gets bashed. The G-Shock strap is an experiment that went pretty well.
  3. California. IIRC we can collect balisongs and automatics, but having them in your car or public=jail. Among a lot of other weirdly specific prohibited items are "undetectable" knives, so owning a sharp plastic knife=jail. Fixed blades (including locked open folders) must not be concealed, but there's no statewide limit on length. So you can open carry a samurai sword, or pocket a Cold Steel Espada XL, but a neck knife under your shirt=jail. Municipalities (including the sprawl of L.A.) have their own extra laws tacked on, though. Good luck keeping track of that as you drive around:
  4. Yes! This is pretty much gonna be me next weekend on the boat: The prop armorer added a stubby buffer tube to the movie gun so a full auto bolt would work. An MP5K would have been the logical choice, but the CCP is lighter and I can use my regular M4 rig and midcaps. I like the plastic body, trigger electronics, and quick change spring. Only negatives are that my 11.1 batteries just barely fit, the slight side-to-side play in the battery cover "plug", and the clockwise barrel threading.
  5. Balisongs are illegal to carry here I believe--too scary. I don't like Emersons enough to pay non-Kershaw prices for one, but for $30 I'm very happy with the CQC-4KXL so far as my new everyday work knife. The Nimravuses (Nimravi?) are fakes sold under the Emerson airsoft brand. The black one cost me $-1.50, as it was bought to pad an AEG order for free shipping. I have no idea what kind of steel it is, but it arrived quite sharp and is overall nicer than I expected. Benchmade is misspelled "Bencnmade" on both, and the plastic sheath lacks the thumb lock. The tan one is the toy tr
  6. Speaking of molestering: Ares CCP, set up for a low light naval OP.
  7. FMA LA-5C/PEQ green "upgrade version", Element/Night Evolution WMX200 (laser engraved version) Parts list here: http://arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/197001-ar15-variants-and-derivitives-picture-thread/page-314&do=findComment&comment=2735877
  8. Custom spring breacher and Marui version
  9. Here's the one I'm using: http://www.wgcshop.com/wgc2008/main/product_detail1.php?search_From=category&item=VFC-RST-300M-TN01&search=category&rs=Rear%20Sights&catid=1&cat=&view_choice=a It's got a good sized aperture, maybe 5mm. Unfortunately, I don't think KAC ever made a 300M tan rear sight.
  10. I posted some first impressions here in the news thread; I'm not familiar with the PTS cans though. It's a little overpriced--especially since it's solid, unengraved, and all I really wanted was the flash hider--but well made. I'm sure Element will make a more affordable one eventually (hollow with full trades please). Thanks, that means a lot! It's gone from a spare rifle to my favorite rifle to my ONLY rifle, so I may have gone a little overboard at times. Switching from block II to the "2.5" style was particularly painful, but it's a lot easier to build one now that some decen
  11. Updated the accessories on my CQBR while I wait for the SOCOM 556-RC to arrive: How many times will it be "finished"?
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