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Re: EAG Alumni carbine March 10-11 2018

K.O.A.M. ·
I'm in, and if you're looking for a good time and great training in what's usually awesome weather, you should be as well. St. Augustine's a great place to train.
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My Favorite Little Bolt Gun

tugboat12 ·
While these rifles have been around for awhile, I have only had mine for a year or two... The CZ 527 Carbine in 7.62x39mm *If you don't like reading, there is a link to a video review at the bottom* I have spent most my time shooting ARs and Glocks and haven't gone far into the bolt action world, but this rifle is a lot of fun. It offers a light, compact, reliable package and, it is cheap to shoot. Because the barrel is CIP specced, it is made for .311 diameter bullets, meaning it shoots...
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redrum007 ·
I've had my eye on one of those for a while now, looks like a lot of fun.
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tugboat12 ·
REDRUM007 - In my opinion... ...worth picking up. It is just a fun rifle to shoot and with all the surplus ammo out there, it is cheap (relative term) to shoot.
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JS7SFGA ·
That is a beautiful piece of wood! Very nice.
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Consigliere ·
We have almost the exact same set up but man, your wood is so much nicer than mine. Awesome little rifles though, aren't they? Set trigger is great as well.
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CRAMBONE ·
I've wanted one for a while. For the same reason I want a Barret M82 and a .30 carbine Blackhawk, just because I can. They seem like fun little rifles. I think I will get the youth model so the girls can shoot it in a few years. Thing would be cool cut and threaded with a can. Is it possible to mount a rear peep?
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Linz ·
If Try Sako 7.62x39mm if you can find it.
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tugboat12 ·
Ya, the stocks you get are like the lottery. Some are really plain and others are amazing tiger-stripe wood grains. I'm looking at probably replacing the stock since I want to put some flush cups on it. I can't stand traditional sling mounts. They are completely worthless....
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Halfneck ·
I've had one since shortly after they came out. Shooting one-handed I needed something light & short - this was it. I mounted a Leupold 2x7x32 on it & it is minute of deer out to 100 yards. The set trigger is scary light on mine. Pretty much exhale & think about pulling the trigger. The only issue I have run into is that a lot of American 7.62x39 ammo won't reliably fire. 100% reliable with Wolf, Tula, Golden Tiger, but the only reliable American ammo I found was Remington.
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Malpaso ·
Wow, just wow
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dan187 ·
Yes, Skinner sights makes a rear receiver sight, but you have to drill and tap for it.
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tugboat12 ·
Those sights look pretty sweet. Of course it is a little late, about 3-4" too late for my rifle... I like to be able to throw a can on it though.
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bestcounsel ·
My buddy had one. Nice little rifle. Tula ammo is cheap over here but a lot of the public ranges don't allow the Tula/Wolf ammo. I did get to shoot it and it was nice. My buddy was going to rock it out "scout" style...
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Rick R2 ·
NECG makes one that mounts on the rear bridge. I keep meaning to get one for my CZ527 but other toys have prevailed. https://www.newenglandcustomgun (dot)com/Gun_Services/item_info.asp?Brand_id=5934&ST=CZ%20527%20Ghost%20Ring%20Peep#.WMcrE2XEyrU
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stray round ·
That is a great looking stock. The Wolf 154 gr soft points shoot very well in mine to the point that I haven't tried anything else or handloads. I like how compact and light these little carbines are , they are almost holster size.
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LobsterClaw207 ·
CZ is like the dirty little secret of the firearms world I think. All I hear is good things about their pistols from guys like Mike Pannone, the CZ 455 Varmint in .22LR I have is actually kind of boring to shoot because of how accurate (and quiet with the Sparrow) it is. The Scorpion in 9mm was a freaking blast at Battlefield Vegas and they, correctly I think, called it the Modern MP-5... the CZ Upland Ultralight over/under shotgun I have in 12 gauge is excellent... CZ is awesome! Yet...
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Buford Boone ·
I have one of those and handload Barnes .308 TTSX for it. No, it is not supposed to shoot .308 projectiles well...but it does. A handy little rifle, indeed.
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jcustisredux ·
Might be a good 7.62x39 stand-in for the AIA 7.62x39 Enfiel Pattern rifle I looked for a while back but could not find here in the states.
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4102Burke ·
Nice Rifle. As far as adding flush plugs, don't know if you want to keep your wood or not, but Kyle Defoor did something pretty cool with sling mounts. http://kyledefoor.tumblrDOTcom...ng-a-real-sling-with
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tugboat12 ·
That link isn't showing up for me. But what I have been kicking around, is actually using the MLOK Paraclip : https://www.magpul.com/product...paraclip-sling-mount or something similar to mount into the stock. Then I can clip my sling onto it. We'll see...
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jfirebalrog ·
http://www.grovtec.com/catalog...vel-set-gtsw-295-78/ Defoor was installing these in a polymer stock. Threaded cups , complete with install video for wood.
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tugboat12 ·
I've seen those. My concern is in the forearm. I am not sure how strong it will be up front with the wood. Something like the MLOK Paraclip with two anchors might be the ticket up front and then one of those in the back maybe.
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Longeye ·
Seems a little Rule 4, doesn't it. Maybe yet another Karma title.
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Sergeant82d ·
My buddy has a .30 carbine Blackhawk he's looking to get rid of.
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aegis305 ·
Wait till the CZ 806 Bren II starts hitting the US next year. I predict they will sell like hotcakes. It is an improvement over the 805 model and can be converted from 5.56mm to 7.62x39mm fairly easily. The ambi controls are very similar to an M4. It has a non-reciprocating charging handle that can be swapped from side to side. There is all sorts of goodness embodied in that carbine. CZ is one of the world's finest gunmakers and I'm glad to see them get more recognition.
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SeriousStudent ·
Thank you very much for the heads up. I have a 9mm CZ Scorpion EVO 1, waiting on a SBR stamp and an approved Form 4 for the SilencerCo Omega 9K can. It's already a blast to shoot as a pistol, and will be even more fun as a suppressed SBR. I just need those two stamps, they should be here by Christmas. A Bren 806 Version II running cheap Russian 7.62x39 ammo would be a huge amount of fun to SBR as well. I'd want a pretty good can on it, but probably a Ti one that would not seriously mess up...
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dan187 ·
Does the Bren 806 II in 7.62x39mm use standard AK mags, or something proprietary? They look more like AK mags than the god awful AR style 7.62 mags, but the magwell doesn't look like it would take an AK mag.
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stray round ·
Thought this might be an interesting option to the CZ527. Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is excited to introduce the Ruger American Rifle Ranch model, now chambered in 7.62×39 and fed by the Mini Thirty magazine. In response to customer feedback, Ruger has combined the power of the classic 7.62×39 cartridge with the compact, bolt-action platform of the Ranch model. Thirty years after the introduction of the Mini Thirty, its cartridge and magazine have found a new home. The magazine...
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aegis305 ·
It doesn't appear to be an AK style mag: and given the design of the mag well (to be compatible with 5.56mm AR mags with the insertion of a magazine spacer/adapter and changing out the bolt and barrel) I don't think it can be.
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Linz ·
Sorry, I missed this. Tapdancing around NDA, I had a certain relationship with AIA. The 7.62x39mm AIA that were exported to the USA via the intended distributor were not meant for release to the public. Safe, yes. Functional...sorta. The OK ones pop up for sale here https://www.usedguns.com.au/ & other sites regularly. Given the larcenous exchange rate, you might even find them reasonably priced. Export not a major issue from this end & I can put you through to someone who routinely...
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aegis305 ·
This is the best video on the new CZ 806 Bren II. You don't need to understand Czech to see what a thoughtful design it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvo-HpD7dJo There are other videos out there but this one has close-up views and you can stop and start the film as he disassembles it. The 5.56mm magazine well comes with an insert/spacer that is easily removed to make way for the 7.62x39mm magazine. You then swap the barrel and bolt and voila! you're good to go with the Ruskie caliber.
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EAG Alumni carbine March 10-11 2018

Brian Canova ·
EAG will be conducting an alumni carbine class in St Augustine Fl March 10-11. Past EAG students will pay $225. New students will pay the standard $425. The list of former students that have already registered should make this class epic. registration can be found at eagtactical.com
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EAG tactical carbine 1

Brian Canova ·
EAG tactical Carbine 1 December 9-10 St Augustine Fl As many of you know, EAG is back. We will be conducting Carbine 1 this December in St Augustine. Carbine 1 is a fundamental based class that focuses on giving the shooter the skills needed to solve tactical problems. www.eagtactical.com for class information and registration
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Vigilance Elite Carbine Nightfighter Okeechobee, FL 01/20/2018

BrooklynBacon ·
Course: Carbine Nightfighter Instructor: Shawn Ryan/Vigilance Elite Venue: Okeechobee Shooting Club, Okeechobee, FL Equipment: HK VP9 (my service pistol since 2013) w/SF X300U-DG switch, BCM 14.5 pinned, Trijicon MRO, SF Fury mounted with Viking Tactics light mount. Haley Strategic DC3RX chest rig, magpul PMags that I've designated for training use only. FULL DISCLOSURE. I'm friends with Shawn, and have trained with him prior to this course, but never received formal training from him or his...
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Re: EAG Alumni carbine March 10-11 2018

truckcop ·
I'd really like to make this. Right now, I've got a big conflict. Hopefully, I can move things about to make it happen.
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Criterion Tactical;3-gun tactical pistol/shotgun/carbine Pelham, NH

Cri-Tac ·
Post with Permission: My friend and shooting partner, Mark Feldmeier and I are always looking for quality firearms training, and when we heard that Kelly Venden from Criterion Tactics was going to be running a 2-day 3 gun course at NE Shooters in New Hampshire, we jumped on the opportunity to train with this legendary tier one operator. Kelly (Shooter) Venden is one of those quiet professional that has done it all. Kelly brings 30+ years of continuous federal service providing relevant and...
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Criterion Tactical's 2 Day Tm Tactics Training

Cri-Tac ·
Join Criterion Tactical's 2 - Day Team Tactics Course centered around couples or teams who carry on a daily basis.   This team tactics training will empower those who carry daily either as a couple or LE team mates who may encounter deadly force...
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Green Ops Carbine 1 Class, Culpepper, VA May 19 2018

Mike Obe ·
I took this class last weekend and was impressed by the professionalism of the instructors. We had a class of 14 show out of 16 registered on a rainy day, and managed to have fun and to learn a great deal about how to run a carbine. We covered all the basics; legal, operation of the weapon, drills, malfunctions, and an LE qual, all while the rain continued off and on throughout the day. I learned a lot about my rifle and myself, primarily what I had never properly learned about how to run a...
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M1 Carbine questions

JRB845 ·
So the other day an elderly resident of town I know from past calls for service asked me to come by the house to get rid of some ammo she found left in a closet by her late husband. She handed over a bag of shot shells and an some assorted pistol rounds. Maybe 20 rounds total. No big deal, I'll just dump them off at the station armory in a destruction bucket (I don't shoot ammo unless I know it's origin). So as I'm leaving she sees some junk of metal on the shelf and says I can have this...
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Performance on Demand Shooting Carbine 1 - July 17, 2017 Janesville, WI

DakotaLawDog ·
www.podshooting.com/shop www.facebook.com/podshooting Being hosted by good men of the Janesville PD Carbine 1 (8 hours, 350 rounds rifle) Carbine 1 takes an in-depth, performance-based approach to teaching the fundamentals of rifle marksmanship and gun handling, laying a foundation of necessary skills any individual will need to progress as a combat shooter. Students will learn learn the skills and techniques needed to maximize the accuracy of their weapon system, and how to increase their...
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Bill, Idaho ·
If it isn't demilled or shows an other obvious defect, I would gladly give you a shiny $20 bill for it!!! It would be RELATIVELY easy to put one together. Gun shows and such for the little pieces, barrels and trigger housings will be a shade tougher. There are several places to get parts. If you get into the paratrooper stuff (actually an original stock)----I hope you have a thick wallet. One thing to be careful with is remember- many of the copy M1Carbine parts do not fit. Stick with USGI.
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Schriv ·
The best to find real GI carbine parts will be on the CMP website in the for sale section. There are also a number of places that carry pretty much everything you need to build it, but prices can be steep. You will also need the correct barrel vise and receiver wrench. If you go with a new production barrel, they come with the headspacing short and you will need to finish ream the chamber. http://m1carbineparts.com/ http://www.m1garand.com/store/m1_carbine_parts.html
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K.O.A.M. ·
I have been into the carbine thing lately. I have gotten a lot of parts on eBay for a lot less money than some of the specialist places. If you're not hung up on matching everything, it's even easier. I just purchased a USGI replacement barrel from the 70's for $127.
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SCO2177 ·
Look to a guy named Bill Ricca, sells only USGI parts for various US military arms. Beware of s good amount of the stuff on eBay, since there are fakes being made in India and China.
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JRB845 ·
Thanks guys. I'll start looking. Not sure if it is demillef. If I post a pic will someone be able to tell me if it is useable?
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Bill, Idaho ·
Probably
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Sinister ·
OH HELLS YES!! I've been looking for a GI Carbine for years and haven't found a decent one for under $700. One guy brought in his dad's from the estate -- he was headed to California and didn't want it, and his kids were girls. When he said $250 one of the other guys in the shop whipped out cash. With a few repair parts needed that was a sweet deal. Make sure you don't have a full-auto receiver with the happy switch -- the Feds kind of frown on that.
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concentric ·
Fulton Armory is a good place for carbine parts, as well. Check them out as well, they should have the tools and whatnot as well as USGI and top quality replacement parts. Shameless plug for my carbine ammo, mags and accessories in the HESM.
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Redback One 2-Day Combat Carbine: Sept. 29-30, 2014 - Portland, OR

Jason Falla ·
Description: This course is the first in a series of courses taken from the Redback Shooting System (RSS). As a level 1 course, it is used for familiarization training and is designed to provide the shooter with a solid grounding in the core skills and fundamentals to safely carry, control, handle and operate the handgun. Prerequisites: N/A Learning Objectives: 1. Firearms Safety 2. Characteristics 3. Nomenclature 4. Marksmanship Fundamentals 5. Stripping & Assembly 6. Care &...
 
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