OMFG!!!!!!! I do know him, hes on wibimmers though! He might be comming to my mini meet on monday in fact. I think I saw ryan on FB before as well, dont really know though. And this means I'm getting an awesome deal, cause seriously, a 3 year old could take apart an M16 and put it together. Sooooo simple (i suppose it should be though considering I've built 3)
Ooh, no idea who that is. But I like him because he has an E30. Il teach you everything you want to know about M16's/M4's, those are the Bimmer equivalent in guns to me. You might need to let me drive your E46, but we can talk about that later
Do you mean Ryan?
No, I'm not old enough to be ex-military. But I know hell of alot about guns, I used to be the talker for my dad when he tried selling guns. M4Ax is simple really. M4 is the base gun, which designates shorter version of M16 (in a nutshell). Ax represents the carrying handle and sight config. A1 is a fixed handle, I believe one-way adjustable rear sight. A2 is fixed handle, rear sights have lateral and horizontal adjustment, A3 is a detach carrying handle with a top rail, A4 is pretty much the same, with something else thats a tad different (I forgot what it is). Kinda like the M, N, and S motors...lol. Its easy pie once you know it
Cars and guns?! Mother of god! You need to find a person to buy your jewelry around here in WI, so I can show you the beast and all my other toys Iv been shooting competitively since I was 12, so I know a thing or 3 about guns myself My favorite toy without wheels is a built M4A3 that I built up myself, featuring a comp, quad rails, A2 sightpost rails, bayonett mount, flared magwell, hogue grip, bipod, foregrip, a 6x24 optical scope w/ bullet drop adjust built into the top turret on a Warne custom Rapid Acquisition Modular sight mount and a burris mini-red dot mounted 45* towards the deflector... Its pretty much secks
Thats twice in an hour a blonde has made me feel dumb. The cool part about the Beast is it was made in the Janesville plant here in WI back in 66, and was a one-owner car before me. So its a true Wisconsin car, and if you look at the winters we have around here...
49 Merc? Nice, nice. If I went that far back I'd totally want a Fleetline. Those things are the secks when you slam them