NRA gun club..

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by BrentN, Oct 28, 2006.

  1. BrentN

    BrentN Banned

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    Sucks. Sucks hard.

    Game is made for ps2, bought it for 20$, worst 20$ I've spent in a long while.

    Its just so damn boring.
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    i could have told you that by just looking at the title.
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    yup
    Also you should put a picture of a real Benelli M4 in your sig, not the hippy douche bag version.
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    MSP Haunting a dead forum...

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    As far as I know the NRA has NEVER made a good game...
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    Griffin Might be back

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    Why the hell would you even consider buying it?
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    BrentN Banned

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    Becuase it was only 20$


    Also, show me the 'real' benelli M4 cause I havent seen anything else on their website.
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    M1014, Combat Shotgun

    The "real" version has a collapsable stock and a full magazine tube. while politicians believe us mere civilians dont have a right to buy em.
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    Thats retarded. (your politician comment)

    How in the hell is it legal for remington to make a full magazine tube, autoloader (combat version, check remingtons site) and sell it to the public, yet benelli cannot?


    Just curious, but are you guys allowed to buy the spas 12 in the states? Up here it is prohibited.
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    you should really refrain from talking about thing you know nothing about.

    look up the import ban of 89. (USA of course) anything made after that date has to have a "sporting purpose" to be imported. so with certain modification benelli is able to import a neutered version. now the law states anything with 10 or more forgien parts is illegal. so if you swap out some forgien parts for american made ones, so the weapon contains less than 10 forgien parts, you can do what you like with it. the only problem with that is finding someone who makes a decent replacement. the BATF has classifications on what a "part is for a weapon" accesories like scopes and stuff dont count. stuff like the reciever and bolt are what they count as forgien parts.


    anyways long story short. if its imported it got to follow more strict guidelines
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    again with the 89 import ban, more or less, they are legal to own here.