Well hey fellas I can't quite figure out how to use this sucker in my AR. Can anyone show me how to use it?
Also, post cool mods to your weapons!
So does this cartridge have any place in the armory of today's modern citizen?
The 5.7x28 cartridge is designed to defeat body armor, which more and more criminals have access to
The p90 is effective out to 20p yards, which would cover most threats that I might encounter (highway robbery on country road, school shooting, home defense)
The p90 provides a compact package for tight corners/hallways, and with the appropriate outfit can ve concealed. the five-seven allows for a CCW in a variety of outfits
Plan on getting one.
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So I read that in the Army soldiers who drive Bradleys and Strykers are just 11b's trained to operate them. How do you get into that job? Can you be guaranteed it or do you just get to pick your MOS and you get assigned what your specific job is?
Anymore ever going to come of this little slut?...I want one real bad. Updates on it or is it vapor
Can we get a hideous/nig-rigged/improvised weapon thread going?
I wonder if they're better trained now, look at all that nice US gear they have.
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I hope you already own one, /k/, because if not...
what's so special about their parts over psa?
I was in the shop the other day checking out these guns. I'm honestly torn between the two. Is the recoil/accuracy any better on the 19? I feel having a smaller more concealable gun when I need it with the option of having an extension mag or just throwing a G19 mag into it makes the 19 kind of pointless when choosing between the two. I have a pretty skinny frame and however I holster the 19 it sticks out.
Anyone had experiences with these 2 that wants to weigh in?
both are fine but it really depends on if you can tolerate not having a full grip on the gun most likely your pinky has no space on a 26
the 26 recoils slightly more but its still 9 so its not bad its just harder to control cause youve got less gun to hold
Welp another reminder that if you actually buy from Smith & Wesson you hate everything right with the world.
I put my M&P 9C up for sale today. I got it for $300, and I got 3 free mags AND a $50 rebate from it.
So $250 for a handgun I barely used with 5 mags and night sights. I don't think I can lose.
I'm probably going to get an FNS-9C or a H&K P30SK
I don't care. I still like them.
S&W cares not what the individual does with their guns, only what other companies are.
Avast ye faggots, this here be the nuggetfest thread of the day.
Who wants to debate wether or not I bring my offensive flag collection? Some of the highlights include a nazi battle flag, a confederate flag, a gay pride flag, and an ISIS flag (that I had to screen print myself) amongst any others.
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What were the most popular rifles in Australia prior to Port Arthur?
FALs, SKSes, AR-15s were becoming more popular.
Quite a nice bit of everything, honestly.
I left shortly after Howard took away my guns. Now I'm living comfortably in America.
According to Ron Owen - major redneck gunshop owner - his shop in Gympie imported more SKKs than the total number of all semiautos handed back in the 96 debacle.
>theyre out there in pvc pipe...
So what are the chances of us seeing a massive development in firearms technology within' our lifetimes?
It seems a lot of the technology is already there for laser or guass guns, but we just don't have the right batteries and the like to go the whole mile yet.
Slim to be honest.Maybe more efficient recoil systems, more advanced optics/target tracking, and maybe guided rounds in smaller calibers, but probably not anything like a laser or gauss because no portable power source strong enough.
However, guided sniper rounds and self-calibrating optics would be pretty dope (pun intended)
I'd expect nightvision optics (and NVGs themselves) to become cheaper and more popular... perhaps some kind of cybernetic targeting system for the military so a soldier can acquire a sight picture without needing to physically look down the barrel. Perhaps some funky caseless 6mm new assault rifle round. All told, it'd be incremental improvements that may or may not actually be worth the costs of using.
Virginia CC, now this? Where will the madness end?