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S&W model 76

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by gerrycaruso, Feb 10, 2019.

  1. gerrycaruso

    gerrycaruso NES Member

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    I took the 76 out today. I haven't had it out in a while. It points very well and blasting the crap out of something is a great stress reliever. It's a C&R so I don't have to file with the ATF to take it out of state. Anyone else have one?
     
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    Not I, but I've always liked the Kpist. I didn't know S&W made a version of it (there are many things I don't know!).
     
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    First I've heard of these. They look like a ton of fun. I was expecting to see some obscure big bore revolver tbh, lol.
     
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    I shot one during a carbine class at S&W Academy years back. It seems that magazines are made of unobtanium.
     
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    I’ve had one since the mid 90’s.
    Many years since I shot it.
    36rd Swedish K mags were cheap and easily converted.
     
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  7. gerrycaruso

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    This gun came with several magazines which is a good thing because original magazines are extraordinarily expensive.
     
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    I take mine out once in a while . Wolff Gunsprings made a run of recoil springs a year ago , made difference in my gun . Cheap like under 20.00 bucks
     
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    30 yrs ago the MK760 (copy of the 76) were going for $500 dealer. They supposedly had some mag issues so I passed. Jack.
     
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    Yeah the good ole days!
    Could start a new thread what did you pay for your class 3? Bought most of my collection in the mid 90's and thought I was paying to much compared to everyone else who bought pre-86'.
    Hint payed 7300.00 for RIA M60 unfired!
     
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    1928A1 Thompson $500 post sample. M3A1 Grease Gun $200 post sample Reising $500 transferrable M10 .45 $500 transferrable. Ceiner suppressed Ruger KMK 10 .22 $500. Good old days. Jack.
     
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    I had a semi auto MK760 a nice looking gun,but always jammed.
     
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    Here's a weapon that S&W refuses to acknowledge they made. Ruger on the other hand always acknowledged the fact they made their ACC 556 and helped the owners. I've owned my 76 for about 15 years nice gun eats any type of ammo. Cycle rate is slow compared to some of my other full-auto weapons. Pricing has hit a new all time high if you follow the market. Mags are difficult to find and are expensive. I paid a few years back $90.00 for a new one from GB. Most people ask what is a 76!
     
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    If you ever run across Suomi/Swedish K 36rd mags all you have to do is file a little off the front tab and they work great. They were cheap and still are compared to original 76 mags if you could ever find them.
     
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    Omega Man! Great classic movie. One of my favs as a teen growing up.
     
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    The one a bought came from Quincy PD. Gun never left the state.
     
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    Thanks didn't know that.
     

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