No one wants to see you sitting in front of your computer screen all "chat roulette" style Brandon.
Not to mention CBP and/or NCIS once the stuff gets back to the US. It's not like the days of your grandfather anymore... Importing non-government owned weapons (especially NFA items) without ATF approval can really ruin your day.
Sig Sauer P250 45
Sig Sauer Mosquito
GSG 522 SD
1975 Marlin Model 1894 44 Magnum
1939 Mosin Nagant 91/30
H&R Topper Break Action
Ruger LCP 380 Special Edition
1944 Russian Model 1895 Nagant Revolver
THOSE WHO CAN. DO!, THOSE WHO CAN'T. CRITICIZE!
They have a great selection, but prices are way out of line. If you are interested in a MG you need to look at Sturm and Subguns.com
I was fortunate and got a great deal on a Registered Receiver.
Bought my glock 17 Pictures to follow in 9 more days, once my California BS waiting period clears. I should have night sights waiting for it by then. I already bought it an Extended magazine, and slide release, along with a 3.5lbs trigger thingy.
Maybe we should chug on over to mamby pamby land where maybe we can find some self confidence for you, you jack wagon!- R. Lee Ermey
Those brakes/muzzle devices have a lot of advertised purposes, from glass breaking, to a defensive weapon (ie. muzzle punching the sh_t out of someone). One company even advertised it as a control device (push into a person, and twist to get them to comply). Why you'd be burying your muzzle in someone with your rifle beats me.
I know one thing though - they f_ck up gear bags pretty well.