Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

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Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Thu May 27, 2010 10:00 pm

On the weekend of May 22, 2010 I went to Dallas, TX for the 7th Annual UZITalk Shoot. The shoot was Friday afternoon and all day Saturday & Sunday. Here are some of my pictures from the shoot. I have a bunch of videos also, and will try to post some over the weekend.........




My little setup Friday afternoon.





Looking up river. Needless to say... we don't shoot up river.





Looking down river. It is about 400yds to the bend in the river. MANY, MANY bullets went down there.............





Me and Greg. My shooting buddy and roommate for the shoot.





Me shooting the one & only Pulse Rifle. 9mm SMG over a SB 12ga shotgun. Hey, notice the t-shirt........ Smile

50rds of 9mm and 3 shotgun rounds. Plus the coolest part is the LED round counter on the side (below the ejection port).





This is Richard. The guy that designed and built the Pulse Rifle. Richard is the builder of MAX-10s and MAX-11s.





Richard also built this custom MAX-Suomi. 9mm SMG feeding from a 72rd Suomi drum.





Speaking of the Suomi. This is the M31 Suomi. The M31 was a WWII Finnish SMG.





1919A6 in 308.





Greg giving the 1919A6 a test drive..............





This is the MOST FUN gun I got to shoot. The RPD. A belt-fed 7.62x39 light machinegun. And yes, I have video of me shooting it.... Smile

I also shot the AK-74 (on left behind RPD) which is much smoother than shooting the AK-47.


Well, enough for now. More later...................

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Thu May 27, 2010 10:57 pm

OK, more pictures................................




One guy had some COOL toys. The short version of the M60 and the Barrett 50 BMG.





Plus he had this. The P90. The P90 is full-auto and the PS90 in semi-auto. Not sure how you hold this critter.....





I did get to shoot this H&K 416. I think it kicks more than the M16. Dosen't matter... only C3s and LEOs can own one.





What I wouldn't want to shoot is this "short barrel" 50 BMG. This guy was shooting it standing up and it was rocking him pretty good.





Now you see it.............................




And now you don't.................. Not sure what type SMG this is. I guess it would great for a camping trip....





We will shoot at anything.... Notice the flying clay bird dodging the bullets.... Smile





Me and others working on the "targets" that float down the river.





Blasting targets with my AR Shortie. Sunday I borrowed a full-auto lower and put it on my Shortie upper. OOOOH that was SWEEEET ! ! !





Talk about a flame-thrower.... This short barreled 1919A6 would light up the whole area......





For those that know me.... If I am not shooting, I am taking pics & vids........... Smile


More pictures tomorrow night (and maybe some videos).

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by captain-03 on Thu May 27, 2010 11:55 pm

SGF: Really enjoyed looking at the pictures -- can't wait for the MOVIE!! Looks like ya'll had a whale of a time!!

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by Xd357 on Fri May 28, 2010 9:26 am

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Great pics SGF!! I'm looking forward to some vid.

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by jbpmidas on Fri May 28, 2010 9:47 am

Awesome time I am sure!!!

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by RIVERBILLY on Fri May 28, 2010 10:00 am

drool drool drool very cool sgf thanks

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Fri May 28, 2010 8:37 pm

New Uncle Sam ammo....... Where do people get this stuff..............?






I bought 50rds of this LC 09 308 ammo from the guy with the "short" M60. I was hoping to pay no more than $0.50/rd, but he said $0.70/rd. I wanted some of that LC 09 308 ammo..... His 50 BMG ammo was also LC 09. Where do they find this FRESH ammo....?

However.................



While he was saving his 50 BMG brass (but I got 2 of them he didn't find), he didn't want the 308 brass. This box is 6"x6"x6" and FULL.

While this brass was fired in an M60, I have small base 308 dies and this should become excellent brass for reloading.


OK, the videos....... I have been playing with the videos. I am still try to determine which format to upload because I have to balance file size with viewing size and clarity. I might just post the videos one subject at a time......... Hang in there with me.....

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Fri May 28, 2010 9:51 pm

Lets try a video.........................



See if this RPD video works...... First try FAILED due to the aspect ratio being off..........

Back to the drawing board...

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by dale langford on Fri May 28, 2010 10:36 pm

looks like fun to me

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Fri May 28, 2010 10:57 pm

Sorry..... Total SNAFU on this try.

More tomorrow.... maybe.... if I am in a better mood.... Getting kind of PISSED at this sh*t right now.

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by dale langford on Fri May 28, 2010 11:07 pm

hey subgunfan i saw the video, looked like it workedto me

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by dirtwork on Sat May 29, 2010 11:52 am

What a weekend Dan! Your video looks fine to me. I enjoyed seeing you again on what has become a UT tradition for us.

Randy's can on your Smithy was spooky quiet.

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Sat May 29, 2010 11:17 pm

First.............. Go here...........

http://www.msgunowners.com/evil-black-rifles-class-iii-f17/more-uzitalk-shoot-videos-t6316.htm#60055

To continue with my UZITalk Shoot report.


Second....... Hey Greg. Glad you stopped by MSGO. How are things is Texas...?

This past weekend was GREAT ! ! ! A little HOT, but MAJOR FUN. Glad we had our "campsite" under the shade trees......

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by VegasSMG on Mon May 31, 2010 10:25 pm

Great stuff Dan!
A few comments, not necessarily in any order.

The Pulse Rifle is a large, heavy beast huh?

I've seen/held but not fired Richard's Soumi upper in his shop.
Guess who's number two on the unofficial list! thumbs up

That M60 is the E-4 variant which is the latest version. It's much more reliable then the original pig.

The folding gun is a Hotchkiss Universal. It was only produced for a few years concurrently with the MAT-49 folding subgun. Both French designs made to be dropped rather than be shot. Wink

Your 10" barrel is far from a shortie. My 7 1/2" upper is a shortie. Your barrel has a permanently attached flash hider that's almost as long as my entire barrel. The 10 1/2" barreled upper would be called a Commando length or XM177 style which were introduced during the Vietnam "experience".

All the gas pistons AR-15s/M-16s I've shot had slightly more felt recoil than the original DI, (direct impingement), gas system. I'm not convinced the cleanliness it's a big enough plus to buy one.

The P90 is hands down one of the MOST ergonomic guns I've ever handled. It's equally comfortable for left or right handed shooters. I was prepared to hate it, but I couldn't believe how it naturally pointed and how quickly you could acquire the target. This is a great little buzz gun firing a tiny little bullet. Not a rifle round, but not a pistol round. The SOT who owned used it for a match one month. It wouldn't put down steel poppers if your life depended on it. Cool little buzz gun that's looking for a mission.

RPDs are very nice, but where's the photos of the FN-D!? THAT was the bell of the ball!

Hey Greg! hi-ya Sorry I missed you and Dan this year. Looks like another great time.

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by VegasSMG on Tue Jun 01, 2010 5:07 pm

SubGunFan wrote: Where do people get this stuff..............?


Not 7.62x51 but here's some '09 production LC 5.56 brass.

http://www.natchezss.com/product.cfm?contentID=productDetail&prodID=fa556upb1&lsrc=NZ&src=BE528

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by nonnieselman on Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:33 am

VegasSMG wrote:
Not 7.62x51 but here's some '09 production LC 5.56 brass.

http://www.natchezss.com/product.cfm?contentID=productDetail&prodID=fa556upb1&lsrc=NZ&src=BE528

I ordered 2000 of those puppys yesterday lol





""" **You requested 1000 FA556UPB. We currently have 747 available to ship."""

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Wed Jun 02, 2010 7:46 pm

Thanks guys...... But I have plenty of 223 brass. The "free" LC 09 308 brass was just a "happy" for me........ Smile

I still have not counted that LC 09 brass.....

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by Free_Stater on Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:21 pm

I've shot a few belts through the RPD, and yes, it's the most fun you can have with your clothes on.

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by Will_M on Thu Jun 03, 2010 9:05 pm

I'd say maybe even without your clothes on. Depending on the....uh....... well.

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by Guest on Mon Jun 07, 2010 5:10 am

I would have loved to have shot the H&K 416 thumbs up

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by nonnieselman on Thu Jun 10, 2010 3:23 pm

Were you able to take any of your FA stuff over to TX?

Im just wondering about the different state laws..



Also.. where you get this shirt Dan? thats nice


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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:47 pm

Traveling across statelines with full-auto guns requires an ATF Form 5320.20 approved by BATFE before you go. It doesn't cost anything (other than a postage stamp) and takes about 30 days.

The 5320 is usually sent for a certain trip (certain amount of time), but I understand some people will file the form for a location with the time limit being a whole year.

I can take my full-autos anywhere in Mississippi without the 5320.

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by nonnieselman on Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:19 am

AH, i knew there had to be something..
Good to know... that work for Suppressors also?

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by SubGunFan on Fri Jun 11, 2010 4:54 pm

No, you can carry suppressors anywhere without the 5320. Only the FA guns are restricted.

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by nonnieselman on Mon Jun 14, 2010 9:34 am

So once i get my suppressor i can take it to texas with no extra paperwork? im lookin for the texas gun laws reguarding Suppressors and such.

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Post by tupelo_firearms on Tue Sep 14, 2010 9:40 pm

Killer pics of some killer guns. Looks like a blast!!

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Re: Pictures from my UZITalk Shoot trip to Texas

Post by VegasSMG on Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:34 pm

nonnieselman wrote:So once i get my suppressor i can take it to texas with no extra paperwork? im lookin for the texas gun laws reguarding Suppressors and such.
Filing a 5320.20 which is a tax free application to transport interstate certain NFA firearms, isn't required for suppressors but I suggest filing one. I always submit my 5320.20s for a full one year period just because they will approve them. Why limit yourself to a specific week or two? You may decide to take a weekend trip tomorrow and you're all set. Nothing like a spur of the moment road trip! That and some people have friends and family in other states and make several trips each year.

Anyway, my logic behind getting approval for transporting suppressors across state lines is to hedge against a LEO who may not be familiar with NFA laws. I find it interesting how many people think all full auto weapons are legal, yet they are absolutely certain that suppressors are totally illegal. It's foolish to think every LEO across our country knows everything there is to know about gun laws in general and NFA laws in particular. A simple form that takes less than two weeks for approval could save you hours of inconvenience.

FWIW, everything is legal in Texas.

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