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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by murphies_finest » 05 Oct 2008, 21:20

wtf? that is just plain retarded! that right there shows insecurity lmao
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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by dtask » 07 Oct 2008, 04:34

:agree:

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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by eagleshotz » 07 Oct 2008, 17:20

i dont really have a beef with anyone,


Can you speak english please? What is beef?





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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by reads » 07 Oct 2008, 17:55

Hello everyone.
I was at the other site before it crashed.
Tanner told me about the site, when purchasing a weapon.

Tthank You for having me (learned a lot so far)
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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by Cyberfly » 07 Oct 2008, 18:05

Welcome back Ben Dover. Welcome back reads.
Welcome back Devil Dawg...I know there are many others who are here I've missed.
Members are slowly finding their way home again. Maybe its the bread crumbs that Lisa left as a trail, maybe its word of mouth from others, but members are quickly adding up again.
I wish that things were different between Ship's site and ours, but alas, they aren't. We've had members try to smooth things over, but it just won't happen, so its just easier to poke fun at each other.
It's a lot easier for us since they give us so much ammunition, but...I'm going to try REALLY hard not to go down that road. No matter HOW tempting it gets.
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Post by eagleshotz » 07 Oct 2008, 18:38

:laugh:

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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by Rover » 08 Oct 2008, 21:07

Hi all. My name is Art. I was on the old forum for a few months but didn't have all that many posts.

My first 5.7 was a USG. Was such fun to shoot it was quickly followed up by a PS90. The PS90 is gone now (wanted to fund other projects) but I just bought an unfired (not for long!) IOM today.

Looking forward to participating and learning more about this great round.

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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by Grantness » 08 Oct 2008, 21:33

Welcome back Rover!

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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by EARS » 09 Oct 2008, 04:35

Welcome back Rover! Sorry to hear about having to sell the PS90, but congrats on the IOM purchase.

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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by jmz5 » 09 Oct 2008, 05:04

Welcome!
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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by f3rr37 » 09 Oct 2008, 08:54

Welcome, hope you enjoy the new forum!

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Post by FNH5-7Owner » 09 Oct 2008, 19:01

Hello everyone, I am new to this ssite, and found it while looking up reloading 5.7 rds. I spent 8 years in the military, now a disabled vet, and love shooting. I received a Shotgun News for my grandfather a few years ago, and saw the first 5.7 round in it. I started doing research, and saving money, and did more research on the round. This way a very cool looking pistol. I had problems with VA, and when I finally got paid I bought the one weapon I have always wanted, a MP5 (clone). I went and got my permit to carry, and then was at the gun shop when a guy camme in to pick up his 5.7 pistol, and told me that if you bought one before some date in April that you couyld get 200 rds free. I asked the owner if I could see the last one he had, and feel in love. I walked out with the pistol that night, and still have not received the rounds from FNH USA. Now I am working on a speedsite rear mount for the pistol, and you can find the info in the night sight forum. Anyway, at the range, more people want to shop my 5.7 then the MP5, even I do. Great design, wish there had been a different sight system, but it is still great. The thing that got me to register with the sight was that I had found some info on what the 5.7 rds do in action on a glock site. Whomever wrote it, came from this site, and I registered that night. So, to the person who wrote all of the stuff about the swat and special ops stuff. Thank you. I am also a machinist, and that is why I am doing something different with this pistol, but I will not cut, file, or mill anything, if I can figure out how to add pics, you will see on the other thread. Thank you everyone for what you have put together with this site, and thank you to all of the members who like to help and tell their stories. Thank you Everyone, and it is only Possible by or Freedom

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Post by Cyberfly » 09 Oct 2008, 21:04

Welcome back Rover. And welcome FNH5-7Owner. Your story isn't that different than a lot of ours. I went to Bass Pro to pick up an HK40 and ran into a buddy from the Bureau that just had to show my his new FsN. He told me not to waste my money on the HK and he dragged me to the range and let me put a box of rounds down range through his FiveseveN and I was hooked. It took me a little bit to save up the difference, but it wasn't long before I too was a convert.
I was a lifelong Ruger fan and would defend Ruger's name to the death...but last year I sold off my last Ruger. Traded it actually to get my father in law a new deer rifle. And haven't regreted it a bit. I'm completely sold on this platform. I'll probably end up with another 9MM some day, but right now, the ONLY handgun I own is my 5.7. I plan to add an FNP40 and FNP9 and yes, even the FNP45 to my collection, but for now, I'm happy with the PS90 and the FsN. There's just something about this platform that sold me completely. I can't put it into words. Its something you have to experience.
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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by murphies_finest » 10 Oct 2008, 04:49

welcome all
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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by Llagoud » 10 Oct 2008, 05:07

FNH5-7Owner wrote:, and still have not received the rounds from FNH USA.
Hi and welcome!
Some paperwork was reported to have been lost around that time, mine included. Give them a call and see if you're on record, if not resend the info. Bob allowed me to scan and email it to him.

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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by AR-BALLISTIC » 10 Oct 2008, 19:44

Glad to be here. I just paid for my FiveseveN today and now must wait my agonizing 10 day wait period. :wall: I CAN'T freakin wait to get my new FiveseveN and try it out. :D

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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by Wollychop » 10 Oct 2008, 19:51

Welcome to the forum, Ballistic!

You have to WAIT for the thing? Man, what a bunch of pinko-commie BS!

You won't be disappointed though, they're very fun to shoot and are well worth it.
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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by AR-BALLISTIC » 10 Oct 2008, 20:08

Wollychop wrote:Welcome to the forum, Ballistic?

You have to WAIT for the thing? Man, what a bunch of pinko-commie BS!

You won't be disappointed though, they're very fun to shoot and are well worth it.
Yeah , I live in Kalifornikstan :laugh: Thus the 10 day wait. Thanks for the welcome bro. I have been wanting a 5 seven for quite sometime now. Take care , Mike

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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by Cyberfly » 10 Oct 2008, 20:19

Welcome to the site Mike!
You'll find you aren't alone. We have a lot of members here from the PRK.
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Re: New Member Introduction

Post by EARS » 11 Oct 2008, 08:23

Welcome all!

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