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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by HiTechRedneck, Nov 20, 2008.
What's the benefit of a 453 over a 452?
Our amps go to 11
I've been thinking of a Savage in .17, but the CZ's are awful nice looking.
I don't know shit about them.
me neither, 'twas but a dumb Spinal Tap joke. Looking at the CZ website makes me think the difference is right hand/left hand bolt though.
IT's blocking the CZ website.
There is something different with the trigger. I haven't quite figured it out yet.
But you can shoot your friend with it! And trust me, they'll know it when they get hit.
But for $1200 you can get an AR, an 870 Express, and a KLR.
But you cant shoot your freinds with them... I like to shoot my friends with airsoft pellets. Or paintball guns, but paintballs are expensive, airsoft pellets are cheap.
Hey hey hey, I had to pay $1201 for my AR, 870 and KLR!
You could throw stuff at them that falls off the KLR.
There was a thread over on THR, one of the guys wanted to remove the lead projectiles from shot shells and fill them back up with airsoft pellets for his kids to shoot at their friends. Needless to say, it didn't go over well.:huh
The KLR came with the milk jug bark busters?
and a spare empty soda bottle fuel container...
you can get a 453 with a single set trigger. shoots just like a regular trigger if you just pull the damn thing.....but if you set it by pushing it forward first the pull weight can be set down into the oz's.
like having a bench rest gun's trigger with the field safety of a hunting trigger in one nice little normal trigger package.
so normal 3 lb pull weight...just pull.
got a good solid rock to shoot from and time to make a nice shot....line her up, push the trigger forward just a smidge and WHAMMO you have a bench trigger.
got a trade offer of a new in box Marlin 1894 45LC. it s a commemorative model, 16" barrel, walnut stock. He says the short/round barrel is rare compared to the cowboy barrels, but I don't see where that makes it any more valuable.
I have no need for it, and it doesn't fit in my current gun wants, so I should pass. But....
Trade for what? Trading guns for me is kinda like trading bikes. even if one is worth more than what you have if you don't feel it or wan't it better you will be sorry. Sounds like a nice gun though value about $500.00