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out of curiosity, not sure if anyone knows, i should be able to slap a slidefire on that S&W correct ?

I believe so, but the recoil of a .22lr is negligible, as in not enough to allow that stock to do its job, betcha a 20 spot you blow all that money on that stock and it will NOT work as it is supposed to.

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Decaf, on 01 November 2011 - 02:38 PM, said:

i provide the ammo for destruction, the trigger finger is connected to the volume knob tho

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No you can't put a slidefire on without modification and a trigger job from what I hear. Friend has the s&w ar15-22 and if you plan on shooting a lot I suggest you get it. I myself have put 2000 rounds through his haha. Tacticooled it out with DE/black grips grips and rail covers, light, and an eotech. I may get my own and slap a suppressor on it.

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Why not track down a cheap Ruger 10/22 and throw a Archangel 556 kit on it? you can do almost anything with a 10/22 anyways but you can do SO much with a 10/22 it isn't even funny. I have also seen people find 10/22's in pawnshop for around $50-100 for one needing a bit of love which gives you more mod money in the long run

Not the best pic of mine but I will post up a couple better pics later.

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Originally a 10/22 stainless Carbine

Moded with Hornet Special edition 2# trigger, Midway 17" heavy match barrel, DNZ mounts with Mueller APV 4.5-14x70, OEM Ruger limited run target stock, Champion bipod.

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if you have $500 on you i dont suggest reading this post or you may just end up broke with one at the end of the day

http://www.hk22rimfire.com/index.php?page=products

i just got the mp5a5 last week and love it, cost me $430 out the door

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they also have this model hich is the SD model, goes for like $470

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The random noises my friend's makes would be enough to make me want to take it out and smash it with a sledgehammer. I think it'd get more hits than the review you were thinking of ;)

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if you have $500 on you i dont suggest reading this post or you may just end up broke with one at the end of the day

http://www.hk22rimfi...p?page=products

i just got the mp5a5 last week and love it, cost me $430 out the door

MP5003.jpg

hk002-3.jpg

a41v8x.jpg

they also have this model hich is the SD model, goes for like $470

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I like them^^^^

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its not a real h&k though its umarex. Id get the GSG for way less than that one if i had to pick a mp5 look alike.

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