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  23:14:41  15 April 2010
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wathman
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Really great info BobBQ!

I figured many of the assault rifles would be restricted, or modified for semi auto only. I'll have to keep an eye out for some of those shotguns that are more accessible.

I definitely want to try out the various handguns, and will probably pick up a second one from Stalker eventually. Maybe the Sig 220, I liked it in game and I think they can be found at not so bad prices.

Any other personal suggestions on what to look for?
  00:17:38  16 April 2010
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what is it like shooting gun? is there lots of recoil?
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It depends what type of weapon is used. Usually there is a lot of recoil.
  00:17:51  16 April 2010
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BobBQ
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Hm... Well, if the Zone were a real location, I guarantee you'd be seeing a lot of rookie stalkers using Mosin rifles. Probably some of the Soviet-captured Mausers which have been in storage since 1945 as well.
  00:44:10  16 April 2010
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Kane4
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I wonder why AN94 and SVU aren't imported? They aren't special forces rifles, like VSS ones.
  03:10:41  16 April 2010
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ManGun
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is seems you can get many guns in america, how expensive was license and makarov?
  04:00:52  16 April 2010
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Vikingstalker
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I wonder why AN94 and SVU aren't imported? They aren't special forces rifles, like VSS ones.
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Actually the AN94 IS only for Spetznaz and MVD troops. Its not issued to normal army units and not exported out of Russia.
The SVU is also only used by MVD afaik (Well at least the SVU-A which is capable of Full auto) Don't know if the original SVU's are still in production
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Tejas Stalker
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question to the gun enthusiasts here

I've got a Polish P-64 Pistol.
It looks just like a Walther PPK
but shoots the 9mm Makarov round.
I also have a Czechoslovakian CZ-52
Pistol that shoots 7.62 X 25 Tokarev round.

TS
  05:02:30  16 April 2010
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Acolyte
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From what I've seen, a good number of them are replicas or American made rebuilds. Seems that the original Russian stuff is harder to come by
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You shouldn't have a problem when it comes to semi-auto pistols, as Bob laid out in his list. Actual AK-47's/74's are legal to own with a Class III license, but they a) must have been manufactured prior to 19 May, 1986, and b) the starting price for a bare-bones rifle is around $10,000, which I'm guessing is a bit out of your range.

http://www.impactguns.com/store/machineguns.html

Luckily, WP ammunition like 9x18 (called 9mm Makarov), 7.62x39 (7.62 Soviet), and 5.45x39 can be had cheaply.


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Enfield L85: same as AN-94. A semi-auto clone is supposedly being developed in the US.
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It's sure to fly off the shelves when it comes out.
  05:37:43  16 April 2010
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wathman
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is seems you can get many guns in america, how expensive was license and makarov?
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in my state, you don't need a license to own a typical semi-auto handgun. There's probably fees and restrictions involved with the most powerful firearms but I don't know details. In Missouri, you do need a special permit to carry a concealed weapon to permissible public places, and you have to attend a class before you are allowed to.

Since I don't have a conceal and carry license, I'm allowed to have my gun in my home and in my car.

I paid about $300 for my Mak, 2 magazines and a leather holster came with it. 5 years ago Bulgarian Maks could be found as cheap as $250 with the same deal, though supplies must be thinning out.
  05:46:59  16 April 2010
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wathman
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question to the gun enthusiasts here

I've got a Polish P-64 Pistol.
It looks just like a Walther PPK
but shoots the 9mm Makarov round.
I also have a Czechoslovakian CZ-52
Pistol that shoots 7.62 X 25 Tokarev round.

TS
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How does your CZ-52 handle? A local shop has a handgun that he's labeled as a "Tokarev" since it shoots the 7.62 x 25 rounds, but haven't investigated further to see if it's really a Tokarev or a CZ-52. It's $199 though so not terribly expensive.
 
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