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empire23
post Dec 2 2007, 04:00 AM


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QUOTE(amduser @ Dec 1 2007, 08:21 PM)
if i can buy a anti-material sniper rifle or M24 or M4 then it's good thumbup.gif
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It is possible to get a bolt action for means of hunting, semis are very hard to get approval for, and automatics are just impossible, but the M24 is highly possible brows.gif. For bolt actions it's just up to you to modify the rifle for tactical capabilities.

Once you have your remington 700 Get yourself a MacMillan Tactical Fiberglass stock and Barrel, or a Lilja one. A new trigger and proper personal adjustment is another good point. Larger bolt handles and a slighly reinforced action are cheap and can be brought in without trouble. Proper cheek and stock padding isn't that hard to order online and have shipped to your house without customs issues. Last if not least, do yourself a favour and get good optics like a Nikon Monarch, Zeiss or Schmidt and Bender with Leupold or Unertl mount rings. A good spring action bipod might help too.

Dem, a totally legal hunting rifle is nao awesome. Only the barrel and stock might be hard to bring in, but just go overseas and stick it in your luggage and you're home free. The rest are simple to bring in as they're pretty small.

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post Dec 14 2007, 11:43 AM


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Get yourself a Beretta handgun in southern Thailand.
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post Dec 14 2007, 11:54 AM


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So where can we buy gun in Malaysia?
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post Dec 14 2007, 12:27 PM


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QUOTE(toby.c13 @ Dec 2 2007, 12:42 AM)
bb gun is illegal cos of its resemblance to real gun.
therefore the gov is afraid that ppl would buy bb guns n use it to rob ppl..
most bb gun are almost identical in size to real gun as in 1:1 scale.
and just that they paint the muzzel in bright orange which can be paint into black too..
thats y illegal..
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only stupid robbers use replica guns to rob the bank
it just like a suicide mission
what if the pak guard attack the robber
then how the robber want to shoot back?
please think logic
most of our mentality still stuck like this
thats why this sports cannot be legal in this country



QUOTE(raist86 @ Dec 2 2007, 12:49 AM)
yea.. that's one reason why bb are not legalized..

i did remember seeing on mythbusters where they were using this bb gun (abit like shotgun type, have to pump).. and shoot into a block of foam.. it penetrated quite deep in.


Added on December 2, 2007, 12:49 amIt should hurt like hell when u shoot it into someone.
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it should be no problem if know how to play it safe
i suggest u go to taiwan/japan/china
and give a try
sure after that u dont want to play paintball anymore

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post Jan 3 2008, 03:16 PM


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QUOTE(empire23 @ Dec 2 2007, 04:00 AM)
It is possible to get a bolt action for means of hunting, semis are very hard to get approval for, and automatics are just impossible, but the M24 is highly possible brows.gif. For bolt actions it's just up to you to modify the rifle for tactical capabilities.

Once you have your remington 700 Get yourself a MacMillan Tactical Fiberglass stock and Barrel, or a Lilja one. A new trigger and proper personal adjustment is another good point. Larger bolt handles and a slighly reinforced action are cheap and can be brought in without trouble. Proper cheek and stock padding isn't that hard to order online and have shipped to your house without customs issues. Last if not least, do yourself a favour and get good optics like a Nikon Monarch, Zeiss or Schmidt and Bender with Leupold or Unertl mount rings. A good spring action bipod might help too.

Dem, a totally legal hunting rifle is nao awesome. Only the barrel and stock might be hard to bring in, but just go overseas and stick it in your luggage and you're home free. The rest are simple to bring in as they're pretty small.
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Agree ~
I mean you can legally get a Remington SPS Tactical 700 (less than 1K USD), look almost the same as a M24 (either a .223 or a .308) for hunting, .223 is enough, why pay more for a 7.62 when a 5.56 can kill a wild boar.

Leupold scope always the best. but always get stop by M'sia custom ahhah, even the replica got stop, so prepare to pay the taxes.

You can get a L96A1 civilian version, but are you going to invest a 16K ringgit rifle for hunting? lol ..

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post Jan 3 2008, 03:31 PM


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QUOTE(POYOZER @ Dec 14 2007, 12:27 PM)
only stupid robbers use replica guns to rob the bank
it just like a suicide mission
what if the pak guard attack the robber
then how the robber want to shoot back?
please think logic
most of our mentality still stuck like this
thats why this sports cannot be legal in this country
it should be no problem if know how to play it safe
i suggest u go to taiwan/japan/china
and give a try
sure after that u dont want to play paintball anymore
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Ya, bring a BB to rob a bank is very stupid, guard will shoot back immediately.

Airsoft is relative safer than paintball, because it is shooting BB is few grams or .22 cal (i think), where paintball is firing .68 cal (alot bigger). Most airsoft player only need sunglasses, paintball needs certified mask.

Upgrading airsoft to be more than 300ft need specially made parts from the original manufacturer, thus it is easier to stop people from upgrading; paintball marker can easily turn up to 400ftp (just need a allen keY)
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post Jan 3 2008, 03:39 PM


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not every guy with a bb gun robs a bank doh.
what if someone stuck a gun in your back, can you tell the difference?
please think logic smile.gif
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QUOTE(kenny B @ Jan 3 2008, 03:39 PM)
not every guy with a bb gun robs a bank doh.
what if someone stuck a gun in your back, can you tell the difference?
please think logic smile.gif
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well, what if they put a knife on your back ? will you give them the money ?
not necessary a gun or replica or them, kitchen knife, blade, parang, axe, hammer ... ?

when you legalize BB, people need to register to own one, just like real firearms, so ain't that even safer?

LOGIC ?

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thailand got sell 500 baht for pistol.
i think so.. it quite cheap at thailand

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post Jan 3 2008, 04:38 PM


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For those who wan use gun to hunt, please think again. dun use gun for sport hunting. u will suffer the consequences. its sinful. i tried before, and its got karma thing.

U dun own the animals in the forest, unless u make a living in forest as hunter. U kill ur own chicken, pig, and cow yes, becos you rear them.

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QUOTE(woopypooky @ Jan 3 2008, 04:38 PM)
For those who wan use gun to hunt, please think again. dun use gun for sport hunting. u will suffer the consequences. its sinful. i tried before, and its got karma thing.

U dun own the animals in the forest, unless u make a living in forest as hunter. U kill ur own chicken, pig, and cow yes, becos you rear them.
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brader, hunt "rempit" can ar ?
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post May 5 2008, 10:43 PM


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QUOTE(StraxorX @ Jan 3 2008, 04:15 PM)
thailand got sell 500 baht for pistol.
i think so.. it quite cheap at thailand
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springer type or Gbb ??/ rclxub.gif
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post Sep 17 2008, 02:07 AM


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i heard if we join RELA can obtain gun license easily man, duhh im having problem leh near my area, indon always gone to our kampung and rob org kampung so pity with them, last time i heard they came with 8 ppl very scary leh, so i seriously thinking of owning legal gun with license now, police cant do anything, they most of the time ronda2 day time, but this robbery usually take place at night, when all ppl sleeping, scary siul

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dont buy guns in thailand. my uncle bought one of those and it dont work. And yes, its damn expensive, RM1500 each, comes with free 7 bullets. The trigger malfunctions and the bullet fails to reload almost constantly. And the pak guards you see in the bank, they only carry those shotguns without their ammo. And those crime stories you heard on the news, they use stolen guns from the army or bought them from a corrupt officer. Every year, 250 guns from all police departments in malaysia are reported missing and researches on this matter is usually taken lightly by the cops.
These guns, purchased from the cops cost a crapload to own, you need to dish out 6000 to 7000 each, but at least you got a new, hi quality pistol, reportedly made in america. The only setback is, its illegal to own one. Death penalty is only applicable for singaporean citizens that owns an illegal firearm in singapore, but in malaysia, only prison and 10 strokes of lashes.
About shotguns... My granpa got one but now he's deceased so the cops got a hold to it. And again for those ppl who wondered, wtf did the criminals got the shotguns in the news? Its either from 1960's where each villagers are given a free shotgun to protect their homes from communists or they stole it from the police or from the pak guards.
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post Jul 25 2009, 09:31 AM


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Why would Thread Starter want to buy a gun for? Self protectionism? Sorry, no can do for a normal civilian.
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QUOTE(gtasaboss @ Jul 25 2009, 02:26 AM)
dont buy guns in thailand. my uncle bought one of those and it dont work. And yes, its damn expensive, RM1500 each, comes with free 7 bullets. The trigger malfunctions and the bullet fails to reload almost constantly. And the pak guards you see in the bank, they only carry those shotguns without their ammo. And those crime stories you heard on the news, they use stolen guns from the army or bought them from a corrupt officer. Every year, 250 guns from all police departments in malaysia are reported missing and researches on this matter is usually taken lightly by the cops.
These guns, purchased from the cops cost a crapload to own, you need to dish out 6000 to 7000 each, but at least you got a new, hi quality pistol, reportedly made in america. The only setback is, its illegal to own one. Death penalty is only applicable for singaporean citizens that owns an illegal firearm in singapore, but in malaysia, only prison and 10 strokes of lashes.
About shotguns... My granpa got one but now he's deceased so the cops got a hold to it. And again for those ppl who wondered, wtf did the criminals got the shotguns in the news? Its either from 1960's where each villagers are given a free shotgun to protect their homes from communists or they stole it from the police or from the pak guards.
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Any dolts with decent knowledge of firearms can tell if a gun is in good conditions.

Check the wear on parts like the ramp, extractor, inner slide and so on. Check mag springs and follower. Triggers shouldn't have too much slack and so on lah. Barrel should not have pitting and head space should not be excessive.

And the maximum penalty of owning illegal weapons is death in Malaysia. Well documented, just look the relevant laws up.

QUOTE(Joey Christensen @ Jul 25 2009, 09:31 AM)
Why would Thread Starter want to buy a gun for? Self protectionism? Sorry, no can do for a normal civilian.
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You can, just have a good reason (eg; your ex keeps trying to kill you and the police have not been able to get there on time to nab him, you're also a target due to the fact you carry alot of cash on you and so on)

Fill out the RM1 form and you're good to go.
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legally no. illegally i got lobang. thailand mari. and the ammo cannot be traced by police. u can kill anyone
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Legally there is a lot of procedural requirements for you to comply with. The main 4 grounds for applying a license here is self-defense, protection of crops or lifestock, recreation or hunting.

Since you're going for self-defense, you would have to provide documents and reasons showing that the nature of your work or lifestyle would require you to carry a gun around. Unless if you're a public prosecutor or some bodyguard, the police would not grant you a permit. If that's the case, every person would get a handgun. Even if you do succeed in acquiring a gun license, you would still have to apply for a license to carry a concealed weapon around. You are then only permitted to carry a handgun chambering 22.cal rounds.

Keep in mind that self-defense is not an easy defense to use in court. You can't go around shooting people up for the mere fact that they grabbed you from behind or flashed a knife at you. You'd have to prove that the person posed a threat to you or another, that the threat was imminent, the use of force was NECESSARY and the amound of force used is REASONABLE to the circumstances. And under circumstances, people would choose to run away.
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Firearms License? Cool... If u owned a land its easier for u.. first of all. what r u doin for livin?
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