Do you guys ever think of how insanely deadly humans are? I mean lanky, impoverished africans can take down the largest animal on earth with no harm to them selves using stone age shit.
And other poor as shit african tribes can do the same thing with lions, effortlessly killing male lions in one on one combat so routinely it became a rite of passage at like 16 until they just fuckin ran out of lions.
So my question /k/ is are there any animals that really pose a threat to mildly developed humans (pre iron age)?
Americans cry like little whiny bitches when they are captured.
One of these again.
There's one this weekend, details inside.
Alright, there is a meetup this Sunday, feburary the 14th in Rutherford county. For more details, email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a single lane, private range out in the middle of the woods. I have no "facilities" out here. I've got 4 guys including myself saying they're showing up. I can handle a few more. If the hickory guy i emailed sees this, speak up so I still know you're coming.
Two berms, 25 and 75m from the shooting bench.
I'll bring some water out there, and maybe some small snacks, but bring a little for yourself.
I'll bring my two rifles, maybe my shotgun.
I'll have paper, reactive targets, cardboard, clay pidgeons and soda cans out there, but I might run out. If you have e targets you'd like to bring and shoot, by all means bring them
Let's get some clips of people fighting in close quarters.
How much ammo do you keep on hand?
I try to keep it to:
2000 rounds 9mm
2000 rounds 5.56
At least 1000 rounds of nugget food
I shoot those the most, the rest is sort of bought as I find it. .303, 8mm, any shotgun shells, etc.
What do you keep in stock, anon?
I don't have any particular quota, I just keep an on hand stock of everything I shoot. If there's still room left, I buy some more.
Im contemplating buying 1000 rds of 5.56 ppu
Although in Australia thats 300/500 and i only have a bolt action
But when you damn Americans buy all the ammo we end up with like $30/20 bulk 5.56
If the NFA didn't exist what would be the bestselling home defense firearm?
Gun rights will not last another ten years. Shillary or Hernie will win. Both of whom support another assault weapons ban. Coupled along with the declining white population set to become a minority in a few decades only to be replaced by demographics that vote democrat and support gun control.
Enjoy your guns while they last.
I am my friend.
I live in MD and got a few cool salt-rifles before the ban.
I am shooting the fuck out of them and stockpiling a mass of ammo and parts.
Gonna vote trump and also move out of this shithole because I dont want another dollar to go to these demons.
saving up to buy the Glock 43
extrapolate your onions about this machine
My second choice for a single stack 9. The palm swell is great for shooting such a small gun.
If you're not picky like me, the M&P Shield seems like a better option. I ended up with a Walther PPS because 7 rounds standard instead of the 6 rounds the 43 offers.
daily reminder the f35 is so bad it even makes generals faint when having to shill for it.
Were Berzerkers of the ancient world equivalent to todays spec ops? What were the common weapons, such as rapier?
Pic partially related, it is a berzerker healer
Berserkers did not have rapiers. They were drugged out Norsemen who broke out into a violent fervor during battle.
Berserkers were definitely not spec ops. They were normal fighters, just on shrooms.
Idk if this was b8 but it almost sounds autistic enough to be sincere.
Post Pictures,Ask Questions,and Talk
I'm working on a novel based on this war, so I'll be bumping and lurking the thread.
Pic related kinda sums up the Rhodies during their unrecognized republic era.
what about the firearms culture slightly annoys you?
for me its "GOOD GUY PAPERS REQUIRED TO BUY IT!! I WILL CHECK!"
just say you need to see a CHP
Why do most rifles use 30 round magazines as a standard?
Thinking about buying Sig in pic. Sig is the only pistol brand I don't own one of.
It's the p229 stainless with wood grip. Seems like p229 fits my hand better than 226.
Is this a good pistol?
yes it is a very good pistol. The P229 feels much better than the P226 to me as well. If you have the chance, and funds, hold the P229 Legion, the undercut trigger makes a difference and the trigger job feels fantastic.
Does the stainless model you're looking at have the short reset trigger?
No it's a horrible pistol by a shitty company. Its heavy as fuck and a 9mm and it is extremely prone to jamming after every 100rds or so without a thorough cleaning.
The sights come loose as fuck with regular use, the grip panels will peel back with extensive shooting.
What else... Oh you cant use HP's in them without it jamming. If you get dirt or dust in the clip the gun could literally explode on you.
New Deputy here and I get to Configure my Own Patrol Rifle. Only Limitation it can't be shit or lowquality tier and it has to be 5.56. Suppressors are legit and available. I will own the weapon and I have a trust. Side arm will be Glock 22 for now.
>I get to Configure my Own Patrol Rifle
>Only Limitation it can't be shit or lowquality tier and it has to be 5.56
i know LEOs get some leeway (some more than others) in weapon customization, but im surprised at the amount of freedom you get