Get the word out so the GOP can't pay lip service to rewarding us for giving them undivided government.
As all of you know, the NFA is, ostensibly, a tax. Did you know that there's an existing loophole that allows for the repeal of a tax that is absolutely filibuster-proof? It's called Reconciliation, and it's the weird process that they used to pass Obamacare.
Demand that they add a repeal of the Hughes Amendment to the HPA, and that they pass is via reconciliation. Hold any elected official to the fire if they try to pass it via normal means...
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that's if you pass a bill via normal means. Some bills can pass via reconciliation, and you only need 51 votes for those: debate is limited to 24 hours, tops to pass. Since the NFA is technically a tax, amendments to it can be passed via reconciliation and bypass the standard process.
Looking at a NAA Guardian 380 with wood grips and tritium sights as my first cc, what do you think /k/?
What the he'll is this? It's been around my whole life. My father claims his uncle took it from japan during ww2. It's rough tip is broken off and the sheath is fucked up due to my father throwing it around as a kid. It stands about 7 feet tall with the blade being about 3 foot. I could never figure out what it is. I'll dump more pics.
Have any of you /k/ommandos ever had to pull your CC to protect yourself? What was it like and how did you react?
There was a woman being raped in an alley and I came from the shadows and drew my glock 19 gen 4 loaded with 15 rounds of Speer gold dot and I said sternly to back off and he ran off and then the girl hugged and thanked me and fell in love with me. A year later were we're married and her father paid for the wedding (wealthy man) and a year after that we had 2 blonde hair blue eyed boys and they all see me as their personal hero and love me very much and they are going to vote trump in 2020 they weren't old enough this election.
The one day I wasn't carrying my CCW because I was running in a hurry so i wouldnt be late dor work. Some beaner pulled out a gun and aimed it at me due to road rage. It's even worse because it was HIS fault, he's another one of those Californians who are probably undocumented and don't even know the rules of the road.
Became racist right there and then. And carry without fail, luckily I was able to drive away from the situation as he got out his car towards me.
Tfw when you can't enjoy AF ROTC because your senior cadets are all boots, who teach you shit that when you bring up to real airmen they laugh at you.
The real Airmen will laugh at you no matter what when you are an Lt. (Behind your back of course)
Just don't be boot like the stereotype butter bar and listen to your NCO's advice (who have their shit together anyway)
Why don't they manufacture it without the rim?
how about a S&W SD9VE as the first CC?
It's a good option or should I save a little bit more for a p320
Probably a little big for CC unless you're a big guy
It's a poor man's Glock 19.
They're almost exactly the same on paper, but the Glock is likely to run better and hold its value better.
I conceal a 19 and it sucks balls. It's a lot of gun to carry around everywhere and if it's too much trouble to dress around it I often take my NAA instead. A better choice might be to get a 43 or 42, a shield, xdm, or p238 or p239.
Why have you forsaken the ultimate weapon, /k/?
The Megazord is disappointed in you.
Any Legionnaires here on /k/? I'm thinking about joining. How is it? How's the FAMAS? How about the Félin system?
Also, what MOS's are there in the infantry regiments? I couldn't find anything other than your basic infantryman and sniper.
I'd like to know as well. Never have I thought of deserting as an option if I even did get accepted into the FFL. What causes someone to desert the FFL versus other militaries?
I was looking to buy some WWI or WWII era firearms, i was looking at a Luger P04, but couldn't find anything under $1,500 US. I was also looking at an Enfield but it has the same price problem. Any ideas /k
Are there any situations where having a gun in each hand would be advantageous compared to using a single gun with both hands?
Like pistols/machine pistols/anything else you could 1 hand
Are Tru-spec pants yay or nay?
I have an offer to buy three brand-new pairs for about $130, is it worth it?
Smart Fabric that's mositure wicking yet insulative. Reinforced, articulate knee and crotch for added manuverability and durability . Sometimes rubberized knee pads. Depends how fancy you are.
Title says all, my nugget on its own just isn't cutting it anymore.
Sup /k/, I have a question regarding straw purchases. I'm 19 and I own pistols and have bought plenty through private party but my dad wants to get me a handgun for my 20th.
If he bought a handgun and gave it to me, would this be straw purchase?
If so, how would he go about legally buying me a pistol as a gift?
>pic not related
As long as you are both legally able to own the firearm, no it is not illegal as long as it is transferred over to you at the time it is gifted.
As an extra precaution, you might want to take your dog off premises at the location of this transaction.
Found this at work, looks like a rifle but I honestly don't know, could be a cement nailer. But the more I look at it, it looks like it has a front sight post, bolt, etc. Does anyone know more about guns than me that could tell me what it is? (For those that care how I found it, long story short I work at a power plant that burns garbage, so I find all kinds of weird shit in the ash leftover)
Any military guys out there? I wanted to know if it was too late for me to join. I want to serve my country.
>6' 275 lbs fat
>I have passed university placement exams if that helps
>I can run a mile in 9 min
I joined at 26. Heaps of people join when they are in their mid twenties. They just tend to hate it more because they have more experience in the world and are more used to being treated like an adult. I would not recommend.
This. When you're 18-20 you're still used to being bossed around your whole life so the military life is easier. When you're going in at 25 you'll start to feel the age gap. Best to get some schooling done so you start off above the scrubs. Get an associates degree and enjoy some college pussy while you can.
Recently I have come across a potential opportunity to open up an indoor firing range. The small city north of my property has strict laws that make it complicated to run such an operation in the city limits. My property is a small drive out of the city in a rural area. I was talking with a gunshop owner in the city and he said he wouldn't mind a partnership and he could recommend his customers to me if I got around to setting up a facility. This business would be operating in Ontario too btw.
I was thinking I would charge fees for personal firearm use on the range, I could rent out firearms, and sell ammo. Even sell various hunting gear on the side and whatnot.
Anyone have any experience in range operations? are they a profitable venture?
>are they a profitable venture?
Liability insurance and environmental compliance is why opening a range is a really, really hard thing to do. Just provide a place that is well maintained and clean and call it a "club" with a monthly or yearly fee. It would be a decent latch key business but by no means a main source of income.
>This business would be operating in Ontario too btw.
If you want it to be profitable, you'll want to approach the local police forces. They need SOMEWHERE to train, so getting their business would be a huge boon.
The HVAC is going to be costly, fair warning.
Yeah that's what I thought when I considered insurance and contaminant compliance. Ultimately this would be a side venture, I got a few main ideas to focus on but I thought a range would be a cool way to profit from my hobbies.
My brother is a very accomplished engineer and he said he would be more than happy to design a good ventilation system for the building. We have made trips down to Florida the past two winters and we have been checking...
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Talk me about this plane
Is it good or bad?
Compared to the f35?
So this guy walks into your girlfriend and slaps the club in the ass and says
Tell me American why should i buy American equipment, when the Russian stuff is cheap and easier to maintain?
What's your response
I just bought pic related. What do I think about it, /k/?
>What do I think about it, /k/?
YOU THINK THAT IT WILL FIRE RELIABLY AND SOLVE PROBLEMS.
I've always shot 9mm +p loads, I recently had the opportunity to shoot a .40 for the first time, and I couldn't tell the difference in the felt recoil. I've always been for 9mm, if I want a bigger round I'll go 10mm, but after shooting .40, I might be switching over from 9mm, any one else have similar experiences?
I might just switch to standard pressure for the recoil mitigation, the big complaint of .40 is the snappyness of the recoil, I feel the same about 9mm +p
How easy would it be for /k/ to invade and take over a country in Africa?
Pretty hard, it would mean actually climbing out of your mothers basement into the dreaded sunlight.
And you'd have to survive on foods other than doritos, hotpockets, and mountain dew.
Thinking about getting a Ruger MKIII to use as my all around pistol
I was wondering about the viability of a .22 as a defensive cartridge
>a hit with a .22 is better than a miss with x
>a .22 will only piss them off
>a .22 is better than x(nothing, sharp stick, rocks, etc.)
>a .22 will bounce around inside them
>a .22 is only good for varmints
>Israeli Mossad masturbation
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It will poke holes in people. It will be quiet... Especially if you suppress it. I know of people who have used it in HD situations because of the low noise of the round just to save thier hearing while shooting indoors.
I am a subsonic 9mm guy myself though
If I was looking to buy an m1903 Springfield, how much money would have to spend?
Same question for a colt m1911
1911s depend on what you want. A more modern colt 1911 without any special attributes could be gotten pretty cheap off gunbroker. A US Property colt 1911 would be a lot more, over $2k easy. A pre-A1 would be more. This is also heavily dependent on condition.
Springifelds range ~$600. Check the serial, if it's a low number production its receiver may be improperly heat treated. If it has been used a lot before you buy it then the likelihood of it failing is small. Also look for a Hatcher Hole on the left side of the receiver, nothing wrong with them, just a neat thing if its there.
Automobile driver accosts dog walker.
Dog walker shows firearm.
Would this be considered "brandishing?"
Would the dog walker be subject to arrest or legal trouble?
How do we improve it?
Change laws so it's easier to get the normal short barrel instead of the huge piece of shit PS90.
Stop using proprietary ammo. Figure out a way to run standard straight wall ammo.
Then give me one.
Im a no guns fag. Don't want to be no guns fag. What do?
Budget of ~1200
Rather have more guns than less. Extra points for modern rifle that isn't a shit-15
I found this weapon in my grandfather's locker and it is loaded and I wonder if I pull the trigger it will shoot
You have to keep an eye towards the barrel when you try it. Look for a small spark near then end, with bullets still in the cylinder of course. This is to test if the hammer is still functional.
Old guns like that get rusty and need to be fired every now and then to work. This is a good way to make sure it still works.
favorite gun stores?
get in here MIbros
are the titans viable in the modern day battle field?
They would need a huge amount of infantry support but I imagine if you want to systematically destroy a city and its resistance to absolute rubble without nbc weapons they might work quite well.