Discussion in 'On Topic' started by krott5333, Mar 13, 2006.
and spend all my money on ammo.
ammo > guns
Just 2 more for me... HK P30/P45 and some kind of AR, then I'm done for a long while (I hope)
I always say I'm done buying but theres always another I want.
I need: ar-15, plr-16, g29, saiga 12
Then there is my holster fetish...then my magazine fetish...then stockpiling on ammo. Oh and I need to get into reloading so I can shoot 10mm more often....
The guns are the cheapest parts hehe.
I'm picking my handgun up this week.
The next bonus will usher in a DSA FAL STG58 Tactical Carbine.
Then I'll take a break from buying any more guns and work on mags, ammo, spare parts, etc...
My next gun will be an AK
yeah i'm done for awhile too. i've got my handgun and my long gun. now if i buy anything it'll be additions to what i already have.
remmy 700 vls/pss, if i generate enough funds this summer
some form of Savage varmint rifle in a weird caliber for me.
I want a 700PSS, 870, and a 10.5" AR and I think I'd be good for a while; anything more than that and I think I'd start scaring myself.
My next purchase will be something full auto.
You need to replace that AK you sold to fix that POS Ford
it was a mazda b2600, before they were the same as the rangers
it was a mazda b2600, before they were the same as the ranger..
and I'm selling that soon, already got a camry a month ago
meh, AK's too inaccurate..
I'll get either an armalite, dpms, or rra m4gery
Maybe it was just you I've got no problems hitting targets out to 300 yards or so with irons on my 7.62's I like my AR's but I'de rather have my AK's
I keep telling myself that i'm just going to spend my money on ammo from now on, but I can't resist the temptations of buying more guns .
I want a 1911 (probably a Kimber), a sub-compact handgun (Sig 239 DAK, though I don't like the small capacity), a S&W 629 revolver, and a small airlite revolver.
Get yourself into reloading then you'll be a little less concerned with ammo and have more free money for guns As it is no handguns I dont buy ammo for at all i got enough brass well ok still working on building up .45 brass, and I will ocasionally get wolf ammo if its a good enough deal but usually only 9mm for the AR, rifle stuff meh I buy wolf once in awhile to plink and any cheap brass stuff, other then that its just some of the milsurp calibers I buy. before I reloaded I was buying ammo monthly, now its usually like every 6 months I'll order some.
I've been wanting to get into reloading for a while, but I honestly don't know where to even begin, what to buy, etc. etc. and also I don't really have anywhere in my house where i'd be able to do it (i'm assuming you need a well ventilated area?)
You dont need to start out with any uber elite setup, especially if your just doing a couple calibers, like i know you got the ar and m9 right? so if you just start doing 223 and 9mm one of the cheap lee kits would be ok to start out with I mounted some stuff onto a piece of plywood and have sort of a mobile setup I can clamp down on my bedroom desk or in the garage, I usually leave alot of the stuff in the garage, powder i keep in my bedroom dont want moisture in the garage to get into it.
How much money would I realistically save? For example, reloading 1,000 rounds of .223 rather than buying 1,000 rounds of Wolf.
Honestly at first not a hell of alot, once you have alot of brass saved up you'll start saving more then, but compared to wolf ammo it still wont be a huge savings but comparing ammo you reloaded to wolf isn't really fair, Stuff you reload will be alot better then wolf.
my dad has a full reloading set up, and i havnt touched it in years. its on my to-do list this spring/summer.
i want to load up my own rounds for my AR. ammo is way to expensive right now
I only need a few more guns and I'll be happy. These are at the top of my list: RRA AR-15, AK-47, Mosin, SKS, a sub compact handgun, a 300 win mag, some type of pocket gun, a full size handgun, a 9mm carbine and a .22lr handgun. That should be enough to satisfy me for the time being.
you can knock off the 9mm carbine and AR together unless you find the highpoint to be sessy or something.
I've been leaning towards the Kel-Tec sub2000 lately. I plan on doing a lot of backpacking this summer and next winter. The Kel-tec looks like it could be a kickass backpack gun. I hear that they're making a version that uses Sig mags now so that's one more reason to get a Sig, too . Interchangable magazines ftw.
Don't we all