Was the Lightning I a good plane?
Where does one fire a warning shot, /k/?
Post your EDC snubby/pocket revolver or your collection of snubbies.
Why does this plane inspire so many feels? The way Canucks write about it, I imagine them sobbing on their keyboards. What happened?
Diefenbaker keked a nation it truly is depressing and marks the decline of our nation into becoming another State to the Burgers. Some great documentaries worth watching http://youtu.be/7sFRiacvNYo
Essentially the most advanced state of the art interceptor for its time all Canadian made ~15 000 jobs related to it and the supporting Iroquois engine (which never was tested in it), killed due to cost and political pressure from USA/NORAD to get bomarc missiles instead and onto buy from America. Canadian airforce still wanted them and the British were about to put in an order for a few but diefenbaker and the the kekservatives destroyed it and effectively pissed on our flag. Not only was it ordered to be canceled but everything relating to it had to be destroyed including...
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Post /k/ related books.
Survival, SHTF, war, manuals, inna woods, etc. Post away!
Reading this one right now. Pretty good, the author makes me kek.
So I bout an AR with no sights cuz it was a good deal and I thought I could get some good deals on irons around black Friday.
I think I've narrowed it down to the Green Blob Outdoors set and Troy mini HK sights. They are 35$ and 150$ respectively.
Can anyone offer input as to why both of these aluminum, flip up sight sets vary so widely in price?
They both have good reviews.
I bought the green blob set a few weeks ago. They are good quality except for one little problem...
the rear sight is loose as fuck. Like you can move it ~3mm with your fingers. It's impossible to zero because every time you take a shot it jumps around like a fuck.
You will need to put some kind of a washer or glue, or jam something in there to keep it from wobbling. There were several reviews with this problem so its not just me.
Still worth the $115 savings tho IMO. Good luck
hey there /k/ im joining the marines in a few months, i was wondering, is going to marsoc worth it? is it a hard group to join? i'm in pretty good shape. just wondering if it would be worth a shot.
It doesn't matter how fit you are, or what your reasoning is. If you say "I might be able to do thus", you'll fail. You need to seriously commit and say "even if they try to DQ in boot, ill still try" because its that kind of mentality they're looking for.
There are break, pump, lever, and semi-auto rifles and shotguns readily available in the U.S. but when you ask people what they have or what they recommend 99% of the time it's the same two answers. Semi-auto rifles and pump shotguns.
What problem does a semi-auto shotgun have that a semi-auto rifle not have? If the reliability is such a plus for pump action, why do we never hear about pump/lever action rifles or lever action shotguns?
People usually recommending pump action shotguns are bubbas who consider "Da sound od da shotgun pumping" to be a bonus.
Also magazine-fed shotguns have the problem of the shells deforming when stored long term. A tube fed semi-auto doesn't have this problem, but if you're modern enough to get a tube fed, you're probably going to just make the jump to a rifle because 3x capacity.
find a flaw
Poorfag feels edition.
>Be me, at range
>Shooting 100 rounds of Tula .40
>Only 2 malfunctions, both failures to extract, both easily cleared with fingernail
Feels pretty good, actually. I expected worse after all the shit I've heard about Tula handgun ammo
Find a flaw, /k/
First, picture is not mine, stole it from someone else here in a previous thread.
Just took my Tikka T3 in .308 out to ~600-700 yards for my first time and got it on target (10" steel disc) in 5 shots, it was only bore sighted at the gun store before. Happy as hell to finally have a place I can get between 500 and 1000 yards while in the mountains; we setup the targets on one side of the mountain, drive on the trail to the other side of the valley and setup there. Had a lot of fun and I think the long range but has bit me.
I was shooting ZQ1 M80 surplus and...
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Here's me taking a few shots at it. Was pretty damn cold.
I'm a recovering alcoholic. I've found that firearms are a good distraction to the boredom of sobriety. I've got all of my basics covered and now I want a project gun. Something to buy and over time to slowly transform it into my pride and joy. The role? Medium range shooting of targets and twice annually, prairie dog hunting. I would like to engage at up to 400m. I don't want a semi-auto and I don't want to shoot rimfire. I want it to be powerful enough to humanely kill up to coyote-sized animals. What does /k/ recommend?
I was thinking maybe a Savage 12 LRPV Left Port
in .204 Ruger or .22-250
>MFW No one I know that has a Cannon safe has changed their code from the factory default.
Why is this allowed? Seriously needing mod/janitor feedback on this shit. Are these off-topic and can we report them? If not can they please become off-topic and get pruned already?
I swear a third of the reason alone why /k/ is so shit nowadays is because of these fucking threads.
QTDDTOT seems to have died completely in the last few weeks, aside from there being 3 of them going at once usually.
I recommend stickied scrolling QTDDTOT so theres only ever one going at once with auto prune
And your pointless thread shits this board up just as much faggot.