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Okay here's the scenario:

You are sent on a covert mission, with very harsh surroundings ( i.e. dust, rain, plenty of BGs
) which will require you to pick a no-frills battle rifle and sidearm. Which 2 would you pick?

Me = A Wilson M4-T Tactical Carbine in Armor-Tuff and a blued full-house BCP 1911...

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Oops, meant to post this on "General Discussion", Moderators please move. Thanks!
 

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A Glock in 9/45

An AK in 7.62

What they have in common?

NATO specs. Loose tolerances. Damn near maintenance free for extended ops. Completely reliable out of the box.

Just my findings..
 

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An AK in 7.62X39 is a NATO caliber?

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Well, some Nato weapons are 7.62mm. The Germans and British use it and some if not all the sniper rifles use it...
 

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Glock_Racer,

Moving this thread to General Discussion, per your stated wishes.

My choice(s) downrange in a perfect world? A National Match M-14, and a Wilson 1911.


Chuck
 
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