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 Hi,
 
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 Sorry for my poor English !
Some of my rifles:
- RS1 22LR, build on a CZ 452 basis by FMR Unique, with a Buschnell 4200 6-24x50 optic
- RS1 7-08, completely made in France by FMR Unique, except the Jewell trigger, Zeiss 6-24x72 T optic
- RS1 300 WM, inox,completely made in France by FMR Unique, except the Jewell trigger, Zeiss 6-24x72 T-FL optic
- Savage 10FP with Choate stock, no bedding, IOR Valdada 9-36x56 optic
Friendly from France,
 
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Welcome to the OT, nice sticks!
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Another link for a best picture. Friendly
 
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Welcome to Optics Talk and thanks for sharing and all, but when I clicked on the link above, a porn pop up appeared.
This is a NO GO here!
My wife gave me a "go to hell look" when it popped up and I don't need the static. You need to find another site to host your pics, my friend.


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Ya CT, we can get into plenty of trouble with the wives without anyone elses help.
Been there,done that and don't need to go back. LOL!!!
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Originally posted by Steelbenz Steelbenz wrote:

Ya CT, we can get into plenty of trouble with the wives without anyone elses help.
Been there,done that and don't need to go back. LOL!!!
 
Roger that, Mike.  
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  Sorry friends ! I don't want any troubles with your wives !
This link should rules....
 
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Nice guns, -- I didn't know they had guns in France.
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What makes a rifle a Tactical Rifle???


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 PGM and Unique RS1 are almost identicals rifles ! I used FRF1 when i was in the army, 30 year ago ! Actually it's a complete obsolete rifle and FR F2 is not really better. Accuracy is about 1 to 1.5 MOA .... About Famas , it's a big s...t assault rifle, i used it during most than ten years. Don't talk to me about Famas : maybe the last assault rifle i choose if i have to protect my life !
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Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

I hate to say it but I do not see a tactical rifle in the bunch...



What? Because he hasn't had them painted to match either the Sandbox or the countryside in Provence? Maybe they aren't the end-all, be-all of tactical, but then l'Oncle Nick is not buying his gear for him. If your avatar pic is of you, I appreciate and thank you for your service, but no need to scoff at anybody here. Most of us are mere poseurs.
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Originally posted by jonoMT jonoMT wrote:

Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

I hate to say it but I do not see a tactical rifle in the bunch...



What? Because he hasn't had them painted to match either the Sandbox or the countryside in Provence? Maybe they aren't the end-all, be-all of tactical, but then l'Oncle Nick is not buying his gear for him. If your avatar pic is of you, I appreciate and thank you for your service, but no need to scoff at anybody here. Most of us are mere poseurs.
 
"Poseurs"??
Is that French for "posers"??......Wink 
 
Nice collection of rifles, Nono. Looks tactical enough for me.
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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

Welcome to Optics Talk and thanks for sharing and all, but when I clicked on the link above, a porn pop up appeared.
This is a NO GO here!
My wife gave me a "go to hell look" when it popped up and I don't need the static. You need to find another site to host your pics, my friend.
WHAT! There was porn HERE! And I missed IT! It aint fare, it just aint fare.Sad
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France has more than 1 gun!!!!
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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

 
"Poseurs"??
Is that French for "posers"??......Wink 
 


Yep...Although, as a Brit might say, it's a real poser whether to use poser or poseur.
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Originally posted by jonoMT jonoMT wrote:

Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

 
"Poseurs"??
Is that French for "posers"??......Wink 
 


Yep...Although, as a Brit might say, it's a real poser whether to use poser or poseur.
 
Well of course!! Poser etiquette must be adhered to at all times.  Howdy 
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Wow, I am sorry to offend...  Je suis pardon, desole... Yes, that is me 30lbs ago... Again I hate to say the words "sniper" and or "tactical" are very misused...  
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Thank you for your service as well!
 
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Originally posted by nono78 nono78 wrote:

 PGM and Unique RS1 are almost identicals rifles ! I used FRF1 when i was in the army, 30 year ago ! Actually it's a complete obsolete rifle and FR F2 is not really better. Accuracy is about 1 to 1.5 MOA .... About Famas , it's a big s...t assault rifle, i used it during most than ten years. Don't talk to me about Famas : maybe the last assault rifle i choose if i have to protect my life !


Now I understand why I offended you...

Which one of your weapon systems is used tactically or by RAID, SPHP, GIPN, DAPN, DCPJ, SDAT, DCPAF or DST?


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GIGN use PGM and RS1 in 300WM, 338Lapua and 50 Browning. French army use only PGM and FRF2. RAID use Remington 700 police in 300WM and some RS1 in 300WM too.
And....i'm not offended at all ! Should i be ?
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Nono, where do you get to shoot? Ranges, countryside etc?

How do the Sako Target stack up in Euro's. In South Africa we pay about Euro5000, which is a lot of money.
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In France, a Sako TGR 42 cost about 3700 euros (without optic).
Générally, I shoot at Versailles (near Paris), 300 meters and sometimes, i go to Castre, in south of France where i can shoot 300, 600, 1000 and 1500 meters.
Friendly,
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No- I am just getting use to these forums... I have been on some teams with some Frenchies (fries) and really enjoyed the knowledge you bring to the table... I think you invented smokeless powder and the first Autoloader or SLR... Maybe the first MG to... I have learned that your training could make some of our teams look like scooting across the floor and not even walking compared to a balance beam...

 
One "story" of an exercise involving one handed balanceing upside down one leg upright 180 and targets at 25m 50m 75m must score at least 1 8 or 80's and higher no more than 2 shots per target in however long you could balance... I have never seen it done but it sounds like a hoot not just inverted but balancing breathing and squeezing,,, we tried it but it wern't pretty...
 
How much for the PGM .338LM overthere?
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Any chance you could get the optic issued overhere...  DO you know if it has the .338 BDC?
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