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What NFA crops are you planting this year?

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For me  its more E-Guns and Colt LMGs :/

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Speaking of LMGs, almost forgot the formula...

 

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Excellent stuff.

I NFA'd-out, this past year.  Gotta get back to my cars.

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I'm thinking about a Ruger AC556, unless I can find a really cheap M16/DIAS

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I love the Colt M16's and ALL HK's!

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Dennis Scheid: Owner of NFA Investments and www.investmentguns.com

FFL/SOT Class III (63) Dealer in Portland, OR. Since 2005 

Cell #’s 503-720-2280 or escheid@comcast.net

We specialize in Heckler & Koch weapons, Colt M16’s and Pre 86 Dealer Sample weapons.

All items posted for sale, are in our inventory and NFA items are on Form 3’s ready for transfer.

 

 

 

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Nice wheel of Colts!!

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Did I mention I Love HK's Too!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Dennis Scheid: Owner of NFA Investments and www.investmentguns.com

FFL/SOT Class III (63) Dealer in Portland, OR. Since 2005 

Cell #’s 503-720-2280 or escheid@comcast.net

We specialize in Heckler & Koch weapons, Colt M16’s and Pre 86 Dealer Sample weapons.

All items posted for sale, are in our inventory and NFA items are on Form 3’s ready for transfer.

 

 

 

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Nice!! I suspect we'll be having some dueling collection photos here before long... B|

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What do you call a group/family of HKs anyway (along the lines of gaggle of geese, etc.)??

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9 minutes ago, Dscheid NFA Investments said:

Did I mention I Love HK's Too!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Impressive. That is what I'm working on. Only 10 more to go. 

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14 hours ago, Dscheid NFA Investments said:

Did I mention I Love HK's Too!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Nice collection! 

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On January 11, 2016 at 3:46 AM, nuge said:

Speaking of LMGs, almost forgot the formula...

 

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I ponder doing this & settled on a Colt IAR upper instead.

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This is the year of a Swedish K for me.  Missed a few oppurtunities over the years but not letting it get away from me again this year.  Then perhaps a vickers.  

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Talk me out of a Shrike, cause I am really wanting to pick up a M2 Carbine.

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42 minutes ago, CIMG in Fulton, MO said:

Talk me out of a Shrike, cause I am really wanting to pick up a M2 Carbine.

Seems you already know you don't want a shrike! One of my shooting budies has 3 M2 Carbines. one of them is a  5.7mm Johnson.

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I moved to a NFA friendly state a year ago from MN - so, hoping to add an M16 of some type, and a suppressor. Would love to get my PPSh41 back I sold 8 years ago!

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That is a fantastic group of weapons.  I believe the MP5 is such a joy to shoot.  A MP5 and a Glock 17 on steel plates equals a great day at the range. 

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I am going to seed the world with the the M60 parts from the John Weaver estate.  I have over 1000 pounds I am sorting through through 

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I'd love to add a RR m16 or Ar conversion to the safe this year.

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15 hours ago, K_lover in OR said:

This is the year of a Swedish K for me.  Missed a few oppurtunities over the years but not letting it get away from me again this year.  Then perhaps a vickers.  

+1 on the Swedish K... Did some side by side comparisons of smoothness and rate of fire last year between the Swed K, MP5 and M16 9mm... The K was almost as smooth as the MP5 and its rate of fire the slowest of the three.  Really like it!


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Waiting on a transferable M16 to come in. Unless something comes out of the woodwork that I just can't live without, this year is going to be spent on about two dozen gun projects in various stages of completion (same goes for about a half dozen motorcycle projects and a dozen house projects), selling off some odds and ends.....

 

recruit corporal.......that's a new one : )

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I sold my MP5 after I got a Swedish K because I just did not shoot the MP5 any more.

 

As for the Colt LMG it is one of my favorite LMGs and is extremely smooth shooting.

 

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Mongo, beautiful Colt LMG you have there!

I took a look at your Stoner pictures as well and have to ask, how are you capturing such great photos, especially with the white background?

Is it a white room (space) with excellent lighting?


Dennis Scheid: Owner of NFA Investments and www.investmentguns.com

FFL/SOT Class III (63) Dealer in Portland, OR. Since 2005 

Cell #’s 503-720-2280 or escheid@comcast.net

We specialize in Heckler & Koch weapons, Colt M16’s and Pre 86 Dealer Sample weapons.

All items posted for sale, are in our inventory and NFA items are on Form 3’s ready for transfer.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Mongo said:

I sold my MP5 after I got a Swedish K because I just did not shoot the MP5 any more.

 

As for the Colt LMG it is one of my favorite LMGs and is extremely smooth shooting.

 

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^^ The lofty LMG standard to which I aspire this year...

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1 hour ago, Dscheid NFA Investments said:

Mongo, beautiful Colt LMG you have there!

I took a look at your Stoner pictures as well and have to ask, how are you capturing such great photos, especially with the white background?

Is it a white room (space) with excellent lighting?

First I am a real noob taking pictures and working a camera. The pictures you looked at are all undoctored except for the cropping and water marking them.

 

I bought this plastic sheet material to use as a background and then used these lights to do the pictures. There is natural light as well as the lights since they really are not strong enough to get the details I wanted.

 

I then set the camera to manual mode with the following settings

F-stop f/11

Exposure time 0.77 sec

ISO-100

no flash was used and the camera was on a tripod with a remote shutter so i did not disturb it while the long exposure was going on.

I then take many pictures and shift the exposure time up and down so when I load them on the computer I review the ones that turned out better and delete the rest.


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Excellent picture taking is a real art, but well worth the time invested. Mark McWillis at TROS takes excellent pictures too and I always enjoy looking at cool guns when the pictures are so good. Right now I am using a Nikon D5100 and was struggling with close up photos, so I just got a new Sigma 18-250 Macro lens for some additional versatility and Close up's, still playing around with it, however the background needs to be an important item to keep in mind.

Thanks for sharing, Dennis


Dennis Scheid: Owner of NFA Investments and www.investmentguns.com

FFL/SOT Class III (63) Dealer in Portland, OR. Since 2005 

Cell #’s 503-720-2280 or escheid@comcast.net

We specialize in Heckler & Koch weapons, Colt M16’s and Pre 86 Dealer Sample weapons.

All items posted for sale, are in our inventory and NFA items are on Form 3’s ready for transfer.

 

 

 

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I'm using a Nikon D3300 I picked up since I'm only doing this is a novice I went as cheap as I can since the last thing I need is another expensive hobby. I plan to take a few more of my Swedish Kg m/37 BAR amd ZB26 tomorrow. If I get to it I'll post them. Hopefully I can duplicate my effort like the Stoner pictures.

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13 hours ago, Mongo said:

Mongo, which foldable carry handle is that - the one from Centerfire?

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21 minutes ago, nuge said:

 

Yeah I think its the same. I bought it a long time ago and do not remember where I got it. I don't like the finger groove design but it serves its purpose making carrying the gun easier.It is on backwards compared to what they expect you to mount it but it balances well in that orientation with the LMG.

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On January 11, 2016 at 6:13 PM, Dscheid NFA Investments said:

I love the Colt M16's and ALL HK's!

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On January 12, 2016 at 8:01 PM, Dscheid NFA Investments said:

Did I mention I Love HK's Too!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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OK I m officially jealous.. Lmaooo

I was excited for having a HK MP5K-PDW and a MP5A3 but this is at a whole new level.. I am getting my hands on a couple of MP7's though... :)

 


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On 1/15/2016 at 9:13 AM, Detroit Tactical Firearms said:

 

OK I m officially jealous.. Lmaooo

I was excited for having a HK MP5K-PDW and a MP5A3 but this is at a whole new level.. I am getting my hands on a couple of MP7's though... :)

 

Also am hoping that this year's harvest will reap a couple of all correct HK SBRs from TPM (PDW & MP5F) and another L2A3 replica from CPS:

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I'm planning on getting my Ramo 1919 plate put together when it comes in. I'd like to pick up an Arsenal AKS74U Krink factory SBR and do a MP5K-PDW clone SBR sometime this year. I'll be working on a Transferable Uzi too.

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Bought two MG34's already, trying to find a Colt 21AC before the end of the year between building a house.

Can't wait to be done with that, buying less than 5 MG's a year is for the birds lol.

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My goal is to acquire or build a belt fed.

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This year? I might get a FM-9 upper for the M16. But since WA has legalized SBR's for the average guy, I see doing many, many SBR's. I already initiated the transfer of 5 of them. When I've time, I will also build a HK MP5klone. Right now, other projects are taking precedent in my shop.

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On 1/16/2016 at 8:34 PM, nuge said:

Also am hoping that this year's harvest will reap a couple of all correct HK SBRs from TPM (PDW & MP5F) and another L2A3 replica from CPS:

More reaping - both MP5F and PDW are in...  Some pics of the PDW below just in from the field:

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And drying in the sun...

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Congratulations.  That is a beautiful AK.  Please let us know how it shoots and maybe share some range pictures.

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