In the Special Operations Combatives Course I went through we primarily practiced with the benchmade SOCP knife. But what about other push daggers like a SOB punch dagger or the TDI law enforcement knife? What have you guys carried?
In the Special Olympics Course we did a butto knife an it wenna da bbuutto knife
Personally op I like the SOCP a lot. I've been carrying it for the past 3 months and it's really comfy in the pocket. The blade comes dulled as hell but you can just get it sharpened.
Gentlemen, right now, there's a Change.org petition on removing the Hughes Amendment.
Only 5,305 petitions left to sign out of the 10,000 required. If this means that we have a chance of repealing this amendment, it's worth a try.
Hello /k/, I'm extremely new to the idea of purchasing guns online as opposed to in-store. What are some reliable sites to brows? Pic related, it's the only gun I would even bother buying online.
What will the front lines of ww3 look like /k/?
Couldn't say at this point. I'm more worried about the whole brownshirt police state America has become. The military industrial complex along with the prison industrial complex and how both feed each other are more of a tangible threat than a possible ww3 scenario. Luckily many states are moving to slowly declaw the federalized brownshirts like legalizing marijuana or passing constitutional carry or similar. It's a slow process but the police state doesn't disappear over night.
Ok /k/ lets see your HD ammo stash...all types welcome but shotshells preferred
+5 00 shells in my mossberg, and 30 more arriving hopefully tomorrow. As well as a loaded mag of .308 softpoints next to my PTR, and a mag with 20 rounds of OTM 5.56 next to my AR.
Are modern budget bolt action rifles better than WWI and WWII bolt action rifles at the time?
Certainly the superior technology makes a better and cheaper rifle, right?
Is ZenitCo Furniture worth the hype/money?
Why don't they make Glocks out of a light aluminum alloy?
We post old guns
any of you kommandos have advice for cleaning up a bolt? Im not looking for a mirror finish by any means I just want to clean up my M39 bolt to get rid of some of the spots and gunk. already tried ballistol and a microfiber
pic related kinda
This will do you right. I polished a 91/30 bolt to a mirror finish in about an hour using a microfiber cloth and a bit of Mother's.
So I got a really nice springfield M1 Garand at a gunshow last week, and I've already burned through my meager supply of ammunition. I've looked around a bit, and this ammo
seems to be the best deal.
My question to you, /k/, is whether or not this is going to cycle and feed properly, or fuck up my extractor. I've been hesitant to buy steel case since I bought 400 rnds of herter's 223 and I shot about 15 rnds and they...
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This is like, someone buying a Corvette
and then wanting to know if they can cheap out and put 87 octane in it.
Personally, if I had the money for an m1 Garand, it would never touch filthy foreign ammo.
Has anyone here shot a S&W 500? Ive been thinking about buying my dad a 500 revolver for his 50th bday, but dont know if the recoil will be to much for the old man.
I know its a monster round, but having never fired it i dont know if people over exaggerate the recoil or if it really is uncomfortable to shoot.
Yes. It's a big bitch. I can shoot it one handed. It's not uncontrollable but it is more expensive to shoot than anything.
I sure have. With the compensated barrel though. It's a quick, forceful rearward jolt to your palm. Then the momentum kinda keeps it moving rearward for a tad bit longer. That's about it. Not bad at all. A titanium frame snub nosed .357 is worse. In fact, I would let my gf shoot the 500 before a .357 or a sub compact .45acp.
Now... the non-compensated models, like the one you posted, those supposedly are an entirely different beast.
>sign up for army reserve
>one of the first parade nights, did a weapons lesson
>held one of these bad girls
>dong fully expanded
Anyone on here own one? I've yet to see an American L85 owner, do you like it?
Ok guys was laying in bed talking with my wife about home defence, we both have our own shotguns that i keep loaded with winchester oo buck
Anyways we got to the point about dindus breaking in and as such taking them down...my question being is IF an intruder survives both me and my wifes funs then can i legally make them pay for any damages? If not would you recommend slugs instead? My wifes shottie is a pump and mines semi auto.
If they survive, they can take you to court in a civil setting...Which is why you're usually taught to shoot to kill in a CC/firearms course for SD/HD
Oh, nevermind. You've never taken a firearms course in your life, I take it.
I would say keep with the buck shot for indoor settings, make sure you train with your designated ammunition. Also, chances are if you shoot them center of mass the will not live. If you have to defend yourself in such manor, don't worry about who is footing the bill,
now, take your firearms course, and invite your wife to as well.
What does /k/ think about lights on a CCW?
makes the gun bulky, added weight, harder to find proper holster and if I need a flashlight I don't want to take out my gun
Ive tried it before, not really worth it IMO. Maybe a car gun or HD, but I feel like im wearing some batman tier belt set up when I tried to carry it
I carry with a weapon light. It's really nice to have, isn't really any more uncomfortable than carrying without a light, pros are you have your light and gun together so you can have a free hand, reduces muzzle rise, lots of lumens at your disposal etc