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Hell Kitten AR-15 Answered

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For those of us who do not just want to kill our prey, but humiliate it too.

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

11 years ago

. ROFLMAO! That is hilarious. . What is that piece directly below where the tail stock joins the lower receiver? I don't have one of those on my AR-15A1. Collapsible handgrip? . Great little guns, ain't they? I've killed hundreds of aluminum cans with mine. Mine still has the collapsible stock, flash suppressor/muzzle brake, and unmodded magazines - guess I better stay out of California. heehee . Don't forget your earplugs!

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emclean
emclean

Reply 9 years ago

it is not a collapsible handgrip, it is a CA complient grip. it is made to conform to the Assuly Weapons laws.

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KentsOkay
KentsOkay

Reply 11 years ago

Wow you have one? I have heard many varying opinions on the recoil, from unbearable to unnoticeable, your $0.02?

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AnarchistAsian
AnarchistAsian

Reply 11 years ago

aren't they chambered for all kinds of different cartridges?

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

Reply 11 years ago

. I can't imagine a .223 having much kick, except maybe in a derringer. Even in a "normal-sized" handgun, it shouldn't be bad. . With the AR-15/M-16, I'll choose unnoticeable. In a bolt-action, I'd call it very mild to mild. . There's quite a bit of powder there, but the bullet is very light - 55 grains seems to be the most common. . For a little more info on the .223, try

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KentsOkay
KentsOkay

Reply 11 years ago

Thanks for the input *goes to friend's house to show off superior intellect in the field of arms and warfare*

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Instructabilis Deus
Instructabilis Deus

11 years ago

The gun is real, and appears to be painted with DuraCote standard color #66 Pink Lady. They have dozens of colors, including lots of cammo patterns that you make with peel and stick masking. Personally, I prefer buleing, browning, and Parkerizing, but I have to admit that the cammo patterns are pretty cool.

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wtfity
wtfity

11 years ago

its a fake. well, this pic is anyway, the builder left the gas tube out of this build. I saw the parts laying out in a separate pic and there was no carrier or bolt either. the pix of woman at the shooting range showed it with no bolt or carrier also.

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Eaton
Eaton

11 years ago

One of my dad's co workers was an ex army or something, she had hello kitty pistol grips. Haha

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Doveman
Doveman

11 years ago

lol, I saw something like this one the news... People are bying these guns... but they look like they are safe, like toys. The colorfulness attracts kids to the guns. lol

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ledzep567
ledzep567

Reply 11 years ago

hahahaha yea... I wonder if anyone has attempted to get away with painting the tip of the barrel orange.. in NC it symbolizes an airsoft or paintball gun. you can walk intoa bank with a orange tipped gun and nobody would do anything. well, you would probably be charged with "disturbing the peace" or something. but theoretically you can.

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Doveman
Doveman

Reply 11 years ago

Thats the way it is in SC, too. But probaly instead of distrubing the peace, youed more likely end up in jail. (lol)

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jakee117
jakee117

11 years ago

omg lol disgrace to the ar15 though still... LOL but i agree with RocketScientist2015

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Bran
Bran

11 years ago

That's pretty crazy! If I was a female, I would get that gun!

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Ward_Nox
Ward_Nox

Reply 11 years ago

i would so repaint a marker to look like this and give it to the new guy that or use it my self the only thing worse than useing a gun like that is getting pwned by a gun like that

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canida
canida

Reply 11 years ago

If I had that gun I would repaint it.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 11 years ago

LOL

Bravo :-)

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xACIDITYx
xACIDITYx

11 years ago

Is this one Photoshopped? The real one is Hello Kitty, not Hell Kitty. As for the grip, the whole idea for this gun originated by someone in California, where Pisol grips are illegal on AR's, or at least it was, I don't know if it is or isn't anymore. So instead of a Pistol Grip, they used this modified pistol grip. (Real Photos Below)

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

Reply 11 years ago

. Ah. thnx

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Brennn10
Brennn10

11 years ago

I read an article in the Philly Inquirer that talked about the different colored guns that may look like toy guns, but actually are the real thing. Police were becoming confused because they could not distinguish between the toy gun and a real gun.

Here we go, I found the article: Philadelhpia Inquirer: Which is the Real One?

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KentsOkay
KentsOkay

11 years ago

Poor firearm! *cries*