Alright, I know this is a longshot, but I'm calling on the ghost of Meplat for some help.
I'm currently at a gun auction and have stumbled over what appears to be a old wells fargo shotgun.
All of these markings are on a Winchester 1887. We all know what that looks like. I've taken photos of any markings I could see on the shotgun instead.
Does anyone know anything about these, and if so, is this a fake? I need to know, as I intend on purchasing it very soon.
Dumping 4 pics.
Brass stamp on the grip area of the gun. I have higher resolution pictures it that helps anyone.
Other side of the stock, which apparently says
Is it legal to hunt quail with a mortar?
Will Mr ATF not like my homecooked venison?
Go for it
Send pics, name, address and social security, please
Alright /k/ommandos, I've been thinking about getting an AR-15. At first I thought building one would be the way to go. However, I've heard that the price gap between personal builds and factory builds has closed up quite a bit as of late. Buying a factory ready gun seems like the way to go for me. Question is, what is the best AR-15 on the market for the money?
Any left over money I have will go twards ammo and accessories.
My maximum price would be $1000 because the laws here in commiefornia add an extra $250 to that.
How do soldiers cope with the fact that they are for their officers and generals
what a peasant is for me in age of empires
Like you can die in a battle while your general is in a hotel with champan
don't they ever feel like slaves?
How do you cope with it?
You just do, it's part of the job.
The real question you want to ask is what makes people enlist in the first place.
And that question is so vague, that you shouldn't spend your time wondering about it.
Why isn't it used anymore?
What went wrong?
Also SR-71 thread.
>you'll never be a blackbird pilot
You must pick one rifle and one sidearm
Which do you choose?
which guns are they using?
Whats the best gun in the world?
Pro tip: pic related
The one held by a United States Marine
Find a flaw.
So when's the court martial?
I hope your not comparing those shoulder boards to those service stripes on his sleeves
the good cpt. crunch has served the general fleet for 12 years ya little cunt
OK /k/, SAA or S&W Schofield?
Can you ever have "too much" artillery?
Yes... when it becomes too much of a burden to move it all into theatre and it ends up just sitting mothballed in a storage yard for it's entire service life without ever seeing action... that's when you have too much artillery.
if a little is good
and more is better
too much should be just about enough
Which bolt action rifle is your favorite, /k/?
Is there any particular rifle that you can say is better than it's contemporaries?
.30-40 Krag carbine
As a battle rifle, it was mostly outclassed by Mausers. But, they shoot very well and have a fine craftsmanship to them. It's an excellent deer gun for Western forrests, especially if you choose to hunt with irons.
Further proof that Glocks are LITERALLY ticking time bombs.
>inb4 my glock has never failed
>inb4 every gun can fail if you're loading +P