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    Default I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Seeing as things are getting deeper I want to obtain something that I won't mind losing should I get arrested during a rally. What I have now is not an option to have turned into scrap during a confiscation. Looking for suggestions or if anyone has anything that's pretty scrappy that they could sell cheap that would be great too. Whether or not it functions properly isn't really an issue if it's cheap.
    If it ain't broke it ain't mine.

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Not knowing how much you want to spend or specifically what kind of rifle you want, when I wanted a rifle for similar reasons, that I wouldn't hate losing, I bought an M&P sport 2.

    That is also the one I chose to carry in Pittsburgh, the other day. I think it is a very nice basic rifle for under $600, and mine is pretty damn accurate too, for my purposes anyway.

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Get a fancy airsoft, most libs wont know the difference

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    M&P 15/22. Looks just like an AR but it's cheaper.
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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by USMC3531 View Post
    Get a fancy airsoft, most libs wont know the difference
    If you want it cheap cheap, this.
    Plus, less chance of real charges potentially should something happen.

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by USMC3531 View Post
    Get a fancy airsoft, most libs wont know the difference
    I wonder if they are available in full auto...

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by stainless View Post
    I wonder if they are available in full auto...
    They are! And you can even turn them into real guns!!!!!!

    Lol just ask the ATF lol

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by USMC3531 View Post
    Get a fancy airsoft, most libs wont know the difference
    It's an excellent idea but they would figure it out before it got too far, if I'm going to join the pack I want full membership.
    Quote Originally Posted by Yoder View Post
    M&P 15/22. Looks just like an AR but it's cheaper.
    This one sounds good.
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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by USMC3531 View Post
    Get a fancy airsoft, most libs wont know the difference
    Quote Originally Posted by Yoder View Post
    M&P 15/22. Looks just like an AR but it's cheaper.

    Both excellent ideas. The M&P 15/22 is a great plinker. I have never shot an airsoft rifle, however they do look fun. It would also serve as a great 'fake" rifle. They are very real looking.
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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    The 15/22 also is mostly polymer so it weighs less than an AR. At a rally you're not actually expecting battle (and 25 rounds of .22 is FAR better than nothing), so why carry a full weight rifle for looks?

    My "carrying it around a bunch" rifle has a polymer one piece lower by Cav Arms, paired to an upper with a lightweight profile barrel. I don't think they presently make that lower anymore, which is giving me pause for similar reasons you mention.

    Might have to bring the 15/22 to the next rally.

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