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    Under the calico on the back wall is a AR pistol .223 and a M-11 9MM. semi auto. I do have a semi-GSG HK clone in 22LR. Nothing above the Calico. i'll post more pics in the future...

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    You are right - I got my bearings wrong. Looked too quick and thought the two pics were of the same wall but different angles. Was different shots of the collection of course. No matter - disregard that bit of obfuscation.

    I assume its an Uzi UNDER the Calico?

    What do you think of the helical mag of the Calico - do you have different sizes of the magazine and how is it to shoot/handle?

    Are the mags interchangeable on the Calico pistol & carbine (pistol mag might not go on carbine)?

    Not a sexy looking weapon, but a nifty idea I remember thinking.

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    No problems. thanks for the comments. The Calico I have is a .22lr carbine. They did make a 22. pistol version and they took a 100rd helicoil wind up magazine. The 9MM version came with a 50 or 100 round mag.
    My 22LR liked the CCI Mini-Mag ammo best and shot flawlessly.

    Roger

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    Quote by rogertc1 View Post
    No problems. thanks for the comments. The Calico I have is a .22lr carbine. They did make a 22. pistol version and they took a 100rd helicoil wind up magazine. The 9MM version came with a 50 or 100 round mag.
    My 22LR liked the CCI Mini-Mag ammo best and shot flawlessly.

    Roger
    Thanks for swift info.
    The helical mags are a nifty idea.
    One sees the use of helical mags in the oddest places - Ive seen pics from the China where its evident, that a helical mag was used.

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    Got my AMT longslide for my collection a few years ago. Thought the 7 inch 1911 would look neat an inch longer..I like it
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    OK a couple small accessories added. The first is a EOTech 552 for my GeoAZ shorty 50BMG Rifle.
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    Then at a gun show i found some Hornady lite 38 with pink tips. This will go with my girl gun collection in the wall of diversity.

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    Quote by guns ltd View Post
    Great Collection!!! Thanks for sharing.


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    Quote by rogertc1 View Post
    Got my AMT longslide for my collection a few years ago. Thought the 7 inch 1911 would look neat an inch longer..I like it
    Always liked the Hardballer for some reason!

    Not keen on the addition of the extra inch - you should be satisfied with the length given to you by nature!

    Just kidding of course - your gun to do with as you please.

    PS I note the addition is compensated - I suspect that doesnt make much difference, the gun being as long as it is and with considerable weight? (Again, your gun - your custom touches).

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    Figgured out how to do this:

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