Boots/Jacket/Backpack edition, what does /k/ wear while packing? What's your go to backpack? I've seen your pockets, I wanna see what you wear.
he's newguns but interested to learn, learned a valuable lesson about chamber checking. gave him credit for pointing it in a safe direction but he knows he fucked up more pics incoming
start with a t-80u
Can /k/ recommend me some shooting glasses Incase my AK blows up.
>doesn't break the bank-under a 100$
Had Oakley m-frames and probably 4-5 pairs of saw flys unopened. No clue why I didn't keep them. Guess I didn't think I get much into shooting in the civilian world.
Hello I'm still new to firearms and was wondering what would be the some other poorfag weapons like a Makarov and Tokarev. I was looking into buying a reliable firearm that is not too expensive.
So /k/, I've got a question regarding body armor. I need something that'll fit a decent budget and fit nicely in a Mayflower APC.
I'm using this vest for security work in San Bernardino and after the recent attack I want to make sure it can take some hits without giving out.
Weight isn't a huge issue, I'm a bit of a big guy anyway. Only thing I'm really worried about is pricing. I'm not going to be getting my paychecks from the new job for a couple weeks.
I already use CATI LVL3 plates, but the fitment sucks ass and leaves...
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Numbers, anon. Budget? Height/weight? What do you carry on your plate, or is it just armor alongside your gunbelt?
You gonna reuse your CATI plates? Or are you looking for carrier + plates? Are sideplates an option for you?
what's the difference between saying "roger" and "copy"?
Copy means you have heard what was said and will repeat it back to verify.
Roger just says I heard it.
What really grinds my gears is when tards say HOOYAH!
It is fucking H.U.A.
It is a god damned acronym for Heard Understood Acknowledged.
>We have clearance, Clarence.
>Roger, Roger. What's our vector, Victor?
unnecessary mods thread
What is /K/s opinion on lever action rifles? What are the better brands/makes?
>would this make me a real rooty tootin frontiersman
Just remember something once this thread eventually devolves into a bunch of guys arguing about the effectiveness/viability of lever rifles: this is the future you chose
Why don't more people use shoulder holsters? Are they fedora-tier when compared to hip holsters?
The biggest problem is that you have to consistently wear a jacket in order to properly conceal the firearm. Also, when did any remotely impractical item automatically become 'fedora' tier? As long as you're not a dick about it, who cares?
Was the Stuka legitimately the best dive-bomber of the war? Or was just it a memeplane because of "MUH SCRY SIREN"?
I mean yeah it was the best dive bomber but thats not saying much so yeah it was just a meme plane.
What's your very most favorite gun that YOU own?
WHY is it your favorite? Post a pic, if ya have one.
>pic very fucking related. Ruger sp101, it does most everything I could ask of a handgun.
My Colt-Sauer 25-06. It has and continues to kill most of the wild game I eat. And the gun and I have developed perfect faith and trust in one another.
It's my very first firearm I've ever purchased as an adult, I've put more rounds through it than any other that I own, I carry it practically everywhere and god forbid if someone were to break into my home tonight this will be the first thing I grab.
Well, hard to say exactly. My current infatuation is still my Model 41, it's probably already going to be an heirloom pistol for my son, although only one gun of mine doesn't have a price...
Whats /k/s take on 357 Sig ammo? I saw a Sig Sauer P320 on sale today, and I was wondering about it.
Personally for me, the only practical handgun caliber choices are 9mm and .45. If you need something stronger, get a rifle.
Seriously, all handgun calibers do nearly the same thing. It isn't worth the extra wear on the gun and ammo price hikes for such negligible results. Especially when you throw nerve damage in as a factor.
I'm not a fan. Not because of poor ballistic performance. Sure it kills people dead. But if you intend to use a firearm for self defense you should be shooting it a lot and 357 Sig is way expensive for zero advantage.
Especially if what you want is a P320. Get the 9mm version. Any money you save on the sale will easily be spent in your first 5 boxes of ammo.
>tfw born too late
>missed all combat deployments
>all i can do is read books and documentaries about it
Feels bad man...
Will be singing up in like 3 years, what's my best bet to see combat? SF and air force?
>tfw probably around the same age as you OP
>tfw our whole military is going to shit
>fucking British made stricter rules and won't allow commonwealth citizens to join their military as easily
My grandpa passed a couple of years ago and left four rifles/shotguns in a gun cabinet in his basement that he used to take me hunting with when I was younger. My grandmother, being the strong independent womyn that she is wanted to get rid of them but is so scared of touching them that she is planning to actually call the police so they can drag them away. When I tell her that I will take them for her all I get is shrill yelling and incomprehensible noises.
So, because I'm here for the holidays and will be driving back to my home 1,000 miles...
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>an I clean/repair these enough to make them usable?
Oh yeah; only 15 years of neglect in a damp basement is unlikely to cause anything more than cosmetic damage. Use 100% pure copper wool (Chore-boy scrub pads work in a pinch) and gun oil to remove surface rust without harming the bluing. Use gentle, circular motions as you scrub it off.