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Old 11-11-2006, 02:37 PM   #1
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I want one---1022 SubZero

If your lucky enough to have the norell trigger pack this is the stock to have. Its made by Rhineland Arms, They have some pretty WILD products already and it looks like a lot more on the way.
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Old 11-26-2006, 10:50 PM   #2
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and it's advantage over a NFA 10/22 with a full lenght barrel is?

I personally don't see the point to this one besides a Bullet waster Tacticool toy.
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Old 11-27-2006, 06:52 AM   #3
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Nifty squirrel killer.
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Old 11-27-2006, 11:29 PM   #4
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I personally don't see the point to this one besides a Bullet waster Tacticool toy.
Wow, I didnt expect to see phrases like 'bullet waster' in the class 3 forum.
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Old 11-28-2006, 07:28 AM   #5
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Me either. The 22's are far cheaper then others.
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Old 11-28-2006, 10:19 AM   #6
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Wow, I didnt expect to see phrases like 'bullet waster' in the class 3 forum.
LOL, While it is unlikely that I will get to handle one soon, It just seems to be a waste of a perfectly goot NFA 10/22 to build that weapon. While I do think that there is a place for Full-auto weapons, I question the use of this one to do much besides burn through bricks of ammo. Heck I go through .22LR fast enough with a Semi-auto 10/22.
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I personally don't see the point to this one besides a Bullet waster Tacticool toy.
Any round that fires is not wasted.
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Any round that [s]fires[/s] hits the target is not wasted.
corrected it for you. You can't take Misses back, and Currently I am rebuilding my shooting skills. Thus I find myself wasting ammo that I shouldn't be.
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corrected it for you. You can't take Misses back, and Currently I am rebuilding my shooting skills. Thus I find myself wasting ammo that I shouldn't be.
When your shooting class three just pulling the trigger is fun. Hitting the target is just a bonus.

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Old 11-28-2006, 05:18 PM   #10
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Travis,

To bad you were not at the Gunstock we had last year in Columbia SC! I brought my MicroUZI with a Bowers Can on it. It fires from a closed bolt and the cycle rate is 1600rpm When I take her out I normally have at least 50 32 rd Uzi mags loaded and ready.

Can you say BULLET HOSE??

That rhineland looks cute, but to be honest, I have Tec-22's that can be fired at dang near auto rate. I had a neighbor across the river call the cops on me while at work because I was cranking them out so fast.

That brought out 2 cruisers with bubble gum machines in full mode! After showing the officers that it was not a "machine gun" they settled down and left.
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Well since the OP hasn't made any other posts, I'm guessing his initial post was an ad for Rhineland Arms.
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Old 11-29-2006, 10:48 PM   #12
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I think I have figured out a reason for that Sub-Zero. To introduce one's Girlfriend to the World of Class III. the recoil of a selective Fire .22LR shouldn't be that bad compared to just about anything else. Plus with the low cost of ammo it's easier to teach proper trigger control to them.

The only problem I can see with that senario is that they will most likely contract Machinegunitis.
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Old 11-30-2006, 12:40 AM   #13
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Mike,
You say you have Tec-22's (as in more than one?) that fire quickly and reliably? I bought one years ago, and was never able to get it all the way through a mag before it jammed up. I set it aside, annoyed, and haven't touched it in about...10 or 12 years, maybe more. I tried all kinds of different types of ammo, to no avail. Any secrets?
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If you keep them clean they seem to work fine.
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Bullzaye --

You have to look at my signatre --- DEALER/shooter/collector. I won't say how many of anything I have, but suffice it to say that my gun "safe(s)" measure 850sq feet and 250sq feet with wire shelving in place.

Fernando was here recently and stayed with me, and after going through my vaults, his only comment was "Dude, you have to many guns!"

In my one vault, there is a shelving unit of just Tec 9, Tec 22 and MAC 9/11's (semi) on it.
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Mike,
That's cool. I wasn't really commenting on, "Gee, you own so many guns", though you obviously do. My thoughts were more along the lines of, "Gee, you own more than one TEC-22, and they both function reliably?"
Travis,
Thanks for the comment, but...I DO keep my guns clean. Complaining about any gun, particularly a rimfire, that doesn't function reliably when dirty would be a little silly.
Yes, friends say I have too many guns as well, 2 safes full...though I doubt it compares to your collection.
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Well I have had that one for years and not had any problems with it.
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