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Johnny Rotten

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About Johnny Rotten

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  1. This video has been on several hummer forums , totally fake, give them credit on their editing ability
  2. its called black jack, it's used for pallets....
  3. yeah me, I hope insurance helps with the clean up...
  4. Headed to work at 0445, something just didn't feel right, turned onto my street and confronted this, that's my driveway to the left....
  5. Well that's depressing my 50 has a whopping 12,500ft/lbs
  6. API problem solved
  7. I can think of one more thing.... What makes a roller quitter then BB or gas? I've really never paid much attention to the bolt carrier assembly, my buddy has a FA MP5 with a gemtech and its so freaking quite it pisses me off, he just keeps rubbing my nose in it and I defect it with noise and firepower..lol
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  9. There's been a lot of interest on the TGO recently with 50's, since the gun market is soft 50's are becoming more popular, I'll be a little bias, I've been around several 50's over the years, my buddy has a 82a1 he paid $11.2k from the outpost, I followed up buying a 82a1 out of state for $8.5k, I use to shoot at Terry's in Manchester I've been there on several occasions with factory Barrett guys R&D 95,99,82a1 and 107's all of them excellent rifles, I really wished the 107 was out before I bought mine, in the past couple years I've shot with JohnC "TGO Mod" a couple times, he has a AR50 bolt, while I'll agree John's gun is more accurate then mine, I can get 4+ follow up rounds back on target before he's ready to go again.. What kind of accuracy are you looking for? have you researched ammo for what your looking to do? I'm thinking your looking at $5-6 per rd, I shoot reloads FMJ, AP, API and APIT most I've paid is $2.25pr rd, I just like shooting steel. How far do you plan to shoot? This will make a huge difference, under 300yrds its just a noise maker, most of my shots have been 330yds (terry's range) but before my buddy sold his farm, longest I've shot was 650yrds and hitting 12" steel circles required no effort at with surplus pulled ammo.
  10. I was exchanging a few texts with them, no range restrictions, one thing they didn't answer, do you know if they have steel on the rifle range and pits? Good stuff is Barrett 50, 16 and FA BF.
  11. How is this range? I use to go to Terry's in Manchester, he's banned all the good stuff.....
  12. Something is Fishy here!!
  13. That guy was shooting at a block of metal 2+" thick, at best API will do 1", on the way home that dude needed to buy a couple Lotto tickets, he is the luckiest guy on earth...
  14. Here's your sign or hold my beer watch this! I don't think there's much to worry about shooting FMJ at 1/4-3/8" plate at 100yrds, I'd be more concerned shooting at 3/4"+ plate at 100-200yrds with FMJ, including API, I usually lean my plate back just in case...
  15. BF will defiantly get the job done, my son shooting our 16 with a 100rd side mount nut sack..

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