Show Us Your Weapon of War – SOCOM MK 13

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Sig Sauer P716 pistol in .308 with a JP GoGun Supercomp on the front and a Glock 21 in .45 ACP. Below is an actual Mk 13 .300 win mag rifle. Only difference is a Timney trigger and a Thunder Beast suppressor. It’s a Stiller’s Precision action on an Arctic International chassis with a Dan Lilja barrel and Schmidt & Binder glass on top.

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  1. avatar Avenger says:

    AHHHH!!! Evil Elf! 🙂

    1. avatar Phil LA says:

      Mommy, the elf on the shelf is giving me the finger again.

  2. avatar uncommon_sense says:

    So, the owner only has about, what, $6,000 or so in that Mk 13 .300 win mag rifle?

    1. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

      Yea, mebbe that.

  3. avatar Mack Bolan says:

    What attachments for the Kitchen Aid? Clearly looking bad ass in Arctic White Camo!

    1. avatar Geoff PR says:

      The PTO on that bad-ass KitchenAid can power a progressive reloading press…

      That’s a sweet mixer, I used to have one…

      *sob*

  4. avatar Rob C says:

    Is that Ikea? I think that’s Verde Butterfly Digital Camo on the Granite…

  5. avatar Jack Wagner says:

    So nice you decided to show us twice!!!

    1. avatar Steve In MA (now RI) says:

      I was going to say repost, but that’that’s nice enough to show twice.

  6. avatar Roy says:

    This picture is really a his/her picture of effective marriages. Mom gets a $10,000 kitchen upgrade, Dad get’s $10,000 in guns.

    1. avatar Phil LA says:

      Still hurts when both sets of $10,000 come from just one wallet.

  7. avatar Indiana Tom says:

    Looks like the Kitchenaid Mixer in Winter Camo is a real weapon of war, the crock pot looks deadly as well. I do love the camo on the countertop, just sneak up on ISIS and bake them.

  8. avatar Gadsden says:

    Is no one going to comment on the pistol/bipod combo? Sees legit…

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