>The Collectible Firearms Protection Act will allow the reimportation of hundreds of thousand of M1 Garands, M1 Carbines, and M1911 pistols.
>tfw trump is the savior of the 2nd amendment
$500 M1 Garands when?
>was going to enlist inna USMC
>Decide to wait until election just in case
>Trump got elected
>Trump hates the Iran nuclear deal
>Risk of U.S going to war with Iran skyrockets if deal is cancelled
Phew, and here I almost did like my cousin who joined the national guard and ended up getting his legs blown off in Iraq over some BS war about nukes that never existed.
Cool blog post. You are very interesting and intelligent.
First, it was WMD's, not necessarily nukes.
Second, they were definitely there because
1) He used them on Iran and
2) We helped him make them
Third, a war with Iran will be fought with the Air Force and Navy. We aren't invading Iran. Marines will kinda sit around in the Gulf States watching it happen much like Persian Gulf War.
>Second, they were definitely there
Is this what millenials actually believe?
>implying war with Iran is going to be a cakewalk when we can't even defeat the taliban in Afghanistan after 15 years of war and a massive coalition.
>implying shahab 3's wont rain down on all our bases in ME
What's the first thing you'll buy once Russian sanctions are lifted?
What is this called? I want one.
Why is there no movie about the lrrp's of the vietnam war? What is your favorite vietnam war movie?
'Nam ere is best era
Write your congressmen, and let's get the friggin' Hughes Amendment repealed boys. Now's our chance.
But then we could ALL have FA funs. And YOU could have post 1986 funs.
And if you're a business owner and think repealing the act could hurt your FA investments, you're missing the forest for the trees. Can you imagine how many more FA funs you'll be able to sell once the civie market is out for them? Sure, that beat to shit Thompson won't be worth $10,000 anymore, but you'll sell $50,000 in true MP5s in a hot minute.
>you will never be allowed to have a handlebar mustache and beard while on active duty
Identify this Gun
I thought Aks-74u's were 5.45mm but dat mag looks like 7.62
I'm losing my left hand soon. It's not my dominant hand, but my left eye is dominant. What are some shooting tips with this in mind?
I'm right handed and left eye dominant.
With pistols, I just move them over slightly to align with my left eye. Sometimes people notice and comment, but for the most part they don't.
With rifles, I just shoot with my right eye. It would probably be a handicap if I were target shooting, but I almost always just blast old milk jugs and shit.
What does /k/think of this?
This shit makes me cringe so hard every time I see the ad on youtube
>so hidden it was like the footsteps of a navy seal
Post any gun advertisement cringe
And why do they think this?
About to start building my first ak from an 80% receiver what should I know? Also general build thread
I hope you're starting with a heat treated blank.
And don't let the spot welder tongs heat up too much, and let them cool before removing from the work.
>hold tongs there until they cool
If you don't you will have divots from hot metal popping out of the spot of hte weld.
Be sure you have everything square before drilling and riveting. Check, check and recheck headspace before drilling for your barrel pin. Don't force anything. Make sure your FSB and GB are straight before drilling and pinning.
Have fun man, I was just thinking about how I need to build another soon
You have 10 seconds to explain why the Steyr M357 isn't the best handgun ever made.
I'm looking into buying a gas mask and a ballistic helmet, any suggestions?
Lurker here, looking to get a first gun. I'be been through firearms safety, handling, and training classes, and am ready to buy.
How do I get started? I've lived in Massachusetts for a few years now and have heard the gun laws here suck, but having been in college I didn't have the time or spare income to buy a gun.
Can somebody give me a step-by-step guide as to what I need to do in order to get my lisences/permits/whatever and such?
Thinking I'll get a cheap 12ga pumper and maybe a lever gun.
Do you get a T stop?
Apparently, that has something to do with it to certain people. Which makes sense, but it's dumb all the same.
I live in Dorchester (not the shitty part), and have a whole mess of guns. Almost all of them I bought in New Hampshire.
What are you looking for? CC or just the LTC?
None of it is too hard, but it can be inconvenient.
And I'd definitely take you up on a beer. Not a lot of massbros around.
How do you guys clean your guns, I bought some surplus LSA oil but am concern about its cleaning and protecting quality.
anyone clean with this stuff before?
I use pic related and same for the oil and just run a bore snake through it a few times
What's the barrel on top for?
Sight for aiming?
Part of the recoil mitigation system?
>mfw i shot my first AR-15
TONIGHT ON FUTURE WEAPONS, I, FORMER JEWISH NAVY SEAL, WILL WHISPER MENACINGLY NEXT TO AN M-16 CLONE IN A PROPRIETARY CARTRIDGE TO MAKE IT SEEM MORE LETHAL. THEN, I SHOOT A BALLISTIC GEL DUMMY PAINTED BROWN TO SIMULATE TERRORISM.
IF YOU'VE EVER BEEN ON A / IN A (synonym for battlefield/tactical situation) THEN YOU KNOW THAT IN ORDER TO (win/prevail/engage/hostiles/drop tangos on the foh foh) YOU DEFINITELY NEED (something involving FIREPOWER), BUT WHAT IF (your gun jams/LOL 5.56 blows/LOL 7.62 sux/your fighting space unicorns)? IN THIS SITUATION YOU NEED A WEAPON...
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>you will never be a cool guy in a business suit at a weapons expo
Feels bad man. I lack the social skills, cleverness, and resources to end up liek this guy.
I've actually never gotten the opportunity to pet a dog or cat before. What do they feel like?
Growing up all my friends and family only had hamsters, snakes, lizards, and even a capybara. Never any dogs though.
One guy did have a cat once but it kept running from everyone.
So I'm in the market for my first gun, now that I'm no longer underage and out of high school I'm looking for a reliable yet cheap(ish) gun. I've heard good things about the Maverick 88, which i could pick up between 180-230 at some LGS in my area. Pros and cons? Convince me to, or to not pick one up.
It's the one I have and still shoot the most. Everyone I shoot with has been telling me to get a semi auto but I love the pump action. So satisfying. I'd say buy it, its a great gun for an even better price
Hi /K/, I picked up this Daewoo K1A1 today for only $950. I love the thing but I have a few questions. I put 140 rounds through it and had about 10 light primer strikes. I was shooting Tulammo, but I don't think that's the problem. When I looked at how far the firing pin protruded from the bolt face compared to my AR15, it was just a tad bit less. Should I just buy a new firing pin, or will a new one be the same length? My second question is about what is scratched/etched into the side of the receiver. It says Debusk 456768748, i'm not too sure what that is all...
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Thanks for the reply. I shot 40 rounds of brass Winchester which functioned fine, but the primer strikes looked a little light on them as well.
hey /k/ i lurked here a bit just got my first assault handgun cause of recent stuff. i gotta admit it's kind of loud and that scares me. i got a cable lock that you can lock it with to disable it, is there any locks like that i can get for my clips?
was corrugated armor ever seriously used?
I don't understand how this guy or anyone thought this made sense, much heavier material for only marginally more protection, assuming you aren't just creating shot traps for bullets to come in through the depression, which you are.
I want to buy a .22LR target pistol. I'm looking a Ruger MK IV Hunter and I would leave it mostly stock.
Should I consider a S&W Victory? It is a lot cheaper, but looks like its got lots of aftermarket for barrels, grips, etc and you could build something pretty impressive. I have no interest in spending more than $800ish total, so could
I out-shoot the MK IV with $350 or so in upgrades to the S&W? Or would it only be worth it if I planned on spending a lot more. I've seen how expensive 10/22 builds can get.
Well just my humble opinion the Ruger will have a far and wide aftermarket selection for sure; given how supported were the older models.
I'd take the Ruger over the Victory; while overall a nice gun the Ruger will have more options for customization.
If price is a concern for you why not buy a mkii?
I assume you can find one in excellent condition for 250 or so.
If you have the money, buy th mkiv for the aftermarket support that will be there soon and forever
can someone explain to me the point of shotguns? you can only carry so many guns at the same time.
shotgun is bullshit for home defense, it is long and hard to corner around or clear rooms with. For every other purpose a rifle and a pistol is your ideal loadout.
Shotgun seems like just a useless tool for the aristocracy and rednecks to hunt ducks with.
it's the superior home defense option. AR-15 has too much penetration (you don't want to kill your daughter in the next room) and not as much stopping power as a 12ga shotgun. handguns are a bit better but lack the iconic "i'm cocking a shotgun you best gtfo" sound.
why is the M16A2 the most a e s t h e t i c weapon fielded by the united states?
C Y B E R P U N K
What is the best gun storage possible?
Realistically speaking, a hidden safe with a sensor on it connected to a monitoring service like ADT.
I built my safe into a corner in the garage and drywalled it in behind a pegboard panel with tools and stuff hung on it. I had it so if you twisted the right peg and pulled right, the panel would slide and reveal the safe inside.
I sold the house, everyone at the open house thought the safe was excellent. Every offer I got stipulated that I had to leave it there.
>Four ruffians break into my house.
>"What the devil?" as I grab my powdered wig and Kentucky rifle.
>Blow a golf ball sized hole through the first man, he's dead on the spot.
>Draw my pistol on the second man, misses him entirely because it's smoothbore and nails the neighbor's dog.
>I have to resort to the cannon mounted at the top of the stairs loaded with grape shot.
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Nice stealing of another anons green text, samefag
bit of a kek there
how do you know its not the anon who wrote it?