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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #510 on: 31-10-2017, 16:10:58 »
Would love to answer it, to bad this game and forum are dead :(
The game has been dead since 2007 ;)

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Are you referring to FH2? Thought there was still a little something going on. Seems like a colossal amount of work went into creating the Finnish & Russian factions only to cease on expanding the Eastern Front.

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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #511 on: 31-10-2017, 17:10:09 »
He is being sarcastic,because people said this game was dead since before 2.0 was released. Yet even after periods of inactivity it usually springs back to life again. The Eastern Front is also still being developed, there are new maps on the way. Some devs just have real life stuff to do at the moment, so progress is slow.

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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #512 on: 14-11-2017, 18:11:28 »


So this happened.  Plans are to replace ugly late-commie era red plastic grip with a proper bulgarian wood one (restain to match if need be), bakelite wood grain mags, bulgarian sling, bulgarian bakelite bayonet...needs the cleaning kit.  Also thinking about getting a 70s era bulgarian red dot for the side-rail (they all came equipped with those IRL)

So will need to work to restore it to glory, but should be a fun project
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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #513 on: 14-11-2017, 20:11:09 »
That is pretty neat. Original configuration is often the best one. unless for the vz58 maybe, i honestly hate the looks.

Question: What is your fun rifle, the rifle u use to just have fun with, to shoot a weeks or more wage within an afternoon.
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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #514 on: 21-02-2018, 03:02:35 »
Few updates:

I fixed my AK74 up so that it doesn't look like crap on the pistol grip and mag:





Not pictured, but I got 5 of the nice East German bakelite mags, the correct buttstock cleaning kit, and an original bulgarian sling for it too :3

I also got an early birthday present from myself to me, a CZ 805 Bren S1:







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« Reply #515 on: 23-05-2018, 08:05:27 »
These are both semi automatic, right? I take it that the fully automatic ones either cannot be imported or take a hefty fee to transfer?
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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #516 on: 23-05-2018, 13:05:47 »
Yah, they are both semi-auto.  Full auto AK-74s do exist in the USA, but not the CZ 805 except for sale to law enforcement or such.  Full auto was banned from importation in 1968, and building of new full auto for sale to the public was banned in 1986.  Legally owned full-auto still exists (everything owned before 1986 is still legal) but the rareity and restricted prices means it costs thousands of dollars.