Anyone here weaponize their dogs? (preferably pits)
How do you do it?
How does /k/ feel about 357 SIG?
Would make a good subgun caliber. However, for normal everyday use, there's little it offers over a standard 9x19mm, which is far cheaper both in training ammo & carry ammo.
If your company or country picks up your tab, go for it if you feel like it. But if you pay for it yourself, I don't see much of a point in bothering unless you're rich & have money to throw out the window.
I feel as though .357sig is that classy black girl from your last year at high school
You may have talked shit about her in front of your friends to look cool
But it didn't change the what she is:
Now that she's finally yours you realise that she's way better than the vanilla standard and you'd be insane to go back
Sure less progressive people may give the two of you funny looks when they see you together
But they don't know what they are missing
And hey, if they're not into it, more for you
So i ordered a used mosin and it came in and i found this shit engraved on the stock.
Looks like someone recently did it and i have no idea what it says.
Has anyone bought a gun with stuff engraved on it?
I think i am going to order new stock for it and throw thos one away.
I am house sitting a place for the holidays and there was a break in on Christmas eve while I was out, now scared the fuckers come back I stay in every night hoping one breaks in again.
Any good ideas on Traps I can set up around the house?
>buy Japanese school girl outfit and a good wig
>wait in the dark for burglars
So what exactly is in the guy's right hand and what type of the melee weapon is it and how much does it cost to get it as well?
It's a atick tazer and they are pricey to get and also the image you posted is not withing the guidlines of this board and I know you were curious but you may offend alot of people on here with that image
In the market for a new sidearm. Anyone here familiar with the USP? And what do you think of it? Thanks.
Anyone know of cheap rifles chambered for 5.45 under 1k?
classic firearms got bulgarian shit tier 74s for like 600?
not sure of any others.
shit should of gotten unbanned a few days ago but i guess that funding bill was too controversal to be passed before congresses christmass holiday
Anyone here bench their own ammo? Thought it would be fun as a small side hobby if it cut the cost down on just buying ammo. About how hard/time consuming is it once you get used to it? And how much does it cost just to get all the starting shit?
>Thought it would be fun as a small side hobby if it cut the cost down on just buying ammo.
It won't, you'll end up spending the same amount of money but have more to shoot with at the end of the day, so only go for it if your range time is fairly often
>About how hard/time consuming is it once you get used to it?
15 minutes, tops to learn, and a couple hours you can make a few hundred rounds depending on your setup.
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It's kind of like home brewing. It costs more than you thought to get into it, but once you hit critical mass in brass (or bottles) and start buying components in bulk, you can roll your own for pennies on the dollar.
Try a Lee turret press with the accompanying kit. Mine cost $150 many years ago, and it can't be more than $200 now. Then sock away brass, powder, and boolitz plus accompanying reloading dies. Allow $100 more for that. As far as easy... everything's easy once you know how. Buy the reloading manual that corresponds to the brand of bullets you...
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Better enjoy that shit.
Old EDC thread is kill. Post what you got. Let's try to post new shit and not the pic you keep reusing from a year ago faggots.
In my state, to get a concealed permit you are required to take a class from an instructor (general cost: 130-150 USD) and then apply for the permit (application fee: 100 USD). Every five years you must renew your license (renewal fee: 50 USD).
My M&P Shield, brand new, cost me 287 USD. My permit cost me almost as much as my gun. Do legislators just enjoy disenfranchising the poor?
So we all know how /k/ feels about gun laws, but how do we feel about laws restricting the possession and recreational use of explosives and explosive devices?
This stuff for instance is an absolute nightmare to get. Even a simple flash grenade forces you to go through shady channels unless you're a LEO.
Is there a compelling argument for deregulating explosives the way that guns should be deregulated?
Their is no reason to deregulate them
Times have changed back in the 1950s or so you could just buy dynamite from hardware store and even bazookas.
Know as days that just a bad idea with all the right wing exteamist Muslim extremists and nutters it is a recipe for disaster to sell them at home depot
The way I see it is fire arms, even fully automatic, concealed carriers have a way to stop them.
If c4 and Semtex was sold over the counter with a standard 4473 I couldn't stop the attack with my ccw so I think it should be restricted. Sorry /k/
I don't think people should be able to own explosives / nerve agents
the government should not have any special tools for killing civilians that the civilians themselves cannot have.
the founding fathers were well aware that civilians could and did have war ships at their disposal as with artillery.
The second amendment isn't about being safe, it's about fighting tyranny
Bought a Mossberg 500 for my first gun and am picking it up tomorrow when the 10 day waiting period is done..
What's the best cleaning and lube kit I can buy?
Shotguns can be a pain, particularly if they're chambered for 3.5" and you fire anything shorter out of them, just the sheer volume of gunk really starts to suck. Thankfully there's no rifling for it to get stuck in.
A boresnake is your best bet, because with a traditional kit you'll just go through a shit ton of swatches and never get it fully clean.
Should have gotten a benelli supernova friend
I know that if you shoot somebody in self defense, you must kill him and not just incapacitate. Let's say a person has broken into your house and is trying to murder you. You shoot and injure him to where he is not a threat, but is still alive. Against all odds, you have run out of ammo and you are not able to get more or another gun, so shooting him again is out of the question. What do you do? Beat or bludgeon him to death? Call the police?
>I know that if you shoot somebody in self defense, you must kill him and not just incapacitate.
No numbnuts, you shoot to stop a threat. Once you're no longer in danger you stop shooting.
What does /k/ think of the NRA? How has the organization changed over the years? Why did they support both the NFA and the GCA, and how does that differ from their current mission?
Even as someone who believes all gun control laws are unconstitutional, I find that many members of the NRA are quick to politicize anything firearm related.
Are there any policies they hold now which are detrimental to firearm owners? Share thoughts, stories, etc.
They're primarily a lobbying group for American gun manufacturers, rather than the ACLU of firearm owners.
I appreciate that they get down and dirty on my behalf, but they don't really care as long as the money keeps flowing.