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  06:13:38  16 April 2010
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BobBQ
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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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I reckon the AN-94's unusual mechanism and the SVU's integral suppressor would not win them many points at the BATFE, were the Russians to make them available for importation to begin with.
  13:15:36  16 April 2010
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Vikingstalker
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As i stated before, the AN-94 can not be imported anywhere as the Russians don't export them. Not even to allies.
  13:29:28  16 April 2010
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Acolyte
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As i stated before, the AN-94 can not be imported anywhere as the Russians don't export them. Not even to allies.
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Added to which is the fact that there probably wouldn't be much of a market for it anyway. Likewise the 9x39 rifles.
  13:46:56  16 April 2010
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Kane4
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I guess the guns weren't made in many quantities, like all other guns. Still, why no SVU? Is it really any different from SVD?
  14:18:14  16 April 2010
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Vikingstalker
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That should explain it
http://world.guns.ru/sniper/sn19-e.htm
  19:20:39  16 April 2010
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BobBQ
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Still, why no SVU? Is it really any different from SVD?
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You see that big can on the end of the barrel? The BATFE doesn't like those.
  00:51:27  17 April 2010
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I've got a seriuos love affair with the HK USP Compact. I had a Glock 19 years ago and although I enjoyed it I had to let it go. The USP Compact seems to be a very similarly sized weapon but it just looks great. Shame about the price tag - around $800 USD.

There are places you can go to rent some time on a fully automatic weapon. Some of the larger gun stores can do this for you and you can get your rocks off draining a 30 round mag through an Uzi in 1.5 seconds (or whatever it is.) There is a large annual gaterhing of automatic weapon enthusiasts in Kentucky, I think, and you can rent time on damn near ANYTHING that is legal to own - mini-guns like Arni used in T2, great big .50 cal military guns (the ma Deuce! Ooh rah!) and whatever else might be there. Now, as to rare Eastern European/STALKER guns, thats perhaps less likely.

As to firing a gun, the recoil depends on the round and the gun. Rifle rounds will give you a pretty good punch, and if a handgun is too small for a big round (like that USP Compact - I'd get .40, not .45) then even a pistol round can hurt your hand. It is an awesome feeling, though. My 12 guage pump action Remington shotty will sure as heck let you know when it barks.

But very few guns are like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlLewWKw-Rw
  04:03:09  17 April 2010
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5t3v0
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also with the AN94, doesnt the US import restrictions frown upon folding stocks (which the AN94 has IIRC?)
  22:34:52  17 April 2010
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As i stated before, the AN-94 can not be imported anywhere as the Russians don't export them. Not even to allies.
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And, IIRC, due to the weapon's firing mechanisms, it would classify as a full auto here in the states . . . which would make it prohibited as well.
  12:31:35  18 April 2010
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Acolyte
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also with the AN94, doesnt the US import restrictions frown upon folding stocks (which the AN94 has IIRC?)
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I don't think so. Rifles with folding stocks are legal for sale over here. Both my AK's have them.
 
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