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Old 03-16-2013, 09:46 AM   #1
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Carbine version of the NiteScout?

A company seems to be making an HK/Uzi lash up, pretty neat little gun.

It seems to be begging for a Carbine version. As it is, the pistol only is being made.

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<http://www.nitescout.com/products.html>

Any thoughts on this piece? Looks pretty fun.
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Email this link to Feinswein, it's sure to give her the vapors...
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Old 03-18-2013, 04:35 AM   #3
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Thats a neat little rig
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:16 PM   #4
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Email this link to Feinswein, it's sure to give her the vapors...
This thread inspired me, so I made this:

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Very good, DavidE. Hitler's last words were ....epic!
That was better than a lot of the Downfall excerpts already on the 'net.
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Last year I picked up one of the Century Arms/Wiselite Sterling Carbines; what a great little carbine. It's just SO much fun to shoot, and MAN does it shoot. 200 yard shots are not all that hard; she's really accurate. Believe it or not, in the UK they used to have shooting matches with full auto open bolt Sterlings on semi-auto, and they did some amazing things with them. Even easier when they're closed bolt. Mine is good looking, accurate and thus far utterly reliable with Sterling or STEN magazines. And I have the added benefit of my little boy loves it because it's the Star Wars "Blaster".
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Very good, DavidE. Hitler's last words were ....epic!
That was better than a lot of the Downfall excerpts already on the 'net.
Thank you. Just wanted to have fun with it, and it seemed so natural given Feinstein's past with that stuff. Thank you guys for the idea!

On a serious note, it made a few points that needed to be made. For one, with the Senate now looking to take the heat on this issue as opposed to Congress (I am convinced that is why this issue is being pushed, to try and make the GOP-led Congress look bad with no issues looking rosy for the Administration, yet the Senate is turning into the battleground.) All it is doing is driving gun and ammunition sales up. (Unfortunately, prices too. The rifle I was thinking of buying about a year ago is something I probably should have "pulled the trigger" on then. The prices in the last year have almost doubled, so I am watching the current climate with some interest.)

Kevin - Thank you for the hat tip to that piece, sounds pretty fun! 9mm ammo isn't bad on cost and availability as centerfire ammo goes these days either, and for someone who already has a 9mm sidearm a carbine will go well with it for range sessions.

As for Nitescout, they have a Facebook page which I am checking out. It looks like that pistol is their first firearm product, their other one being a laser sight. It is pretty darn neat looking. I hope they do well. On a very serious note, the 1994 ban hurt a lot of people, especially smaller gunmakers. (Claridge, of the Claridge High-Tech, comes to mind.) I'm glad this "ban list" seems to be stuck in the Senate. Still wish we had a pro-gun Pres.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nites...ref=ts&fref=ts
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