>"HANDS IN THE AIR!!! I SAID HANDS IN THE AIR!!!"
>"FIND HIS STOCKPILE!!"
>implying a 2a ban is in effect
I ready with my brothers to repel the traitors from our fortification.
Hello /k/ long time listener first time caller I have this old 45/70 and that's about all I know about it I was hoping you folks could help me find a little history on it. Pic related.
Also general antique gun thread.
Is the LCP a meme gun? What are some comparably pocket sized .380?
Was thinking of getting a 92S as my first handgun. I was just wondering how compatible it is with later models? I know that the mag release is not the same along with the safety is only on the left side and the sights are fixed. However I wanted to know if I needed to down the road I could buy fresh parts for mine if need be (like the extractor and barrel)? I was potentially thinking of getting a new set of 92fs grips and cutting out the slot needed for the mag release to still be accessible and if there would be any issues with doing this? Any insight would be helpful /k/.
Owned both the 92s and fs. The 92s slide and guide rod are not compatible with fs frame. You can if you are not careful get the slide to lock onto the frame, and get the slide to function as if normal but taking it apart is another story. Had my slide release get stuck and couldn't fix it myself and had to take my pistol into a gunsmith.
Mag compatibility is another thing.
Damn. Well that sucks. I guess that opens up my decision back to what I was originally at; Jericho 941, S&W 910, or a CZ99.
Oh yea I knew about that, they need the 'D' cut for the release.
The year is 1000. Several dozen xenomorphs have descended upon your Viking town. How do you fight them off?
>For fuck's sake they told me that Jesus Christ guy was coming to stop shit like this.
>Son, get me my axe.
US military and the various agencies around it are one of the most bloated organizations in history. Tonnes of money, and they have to spend it some how.
That's how we get detailed plans like for an invasion of Canada, or a zombie outbreak in the US, etc.
What's the bare minimum dollar value, and how should it be spent, for the US to retain supreme authority over the globe? No waste at all.
Do away with an army and just focus on nukes and an impenetrable missile shield? (I can't nuke you, but you can't touch me, so do as I say).
protip, 'zombie outbreak in the US' and 'invasion from Canada' are weaselspeak for 'quelling armed citizen resistance'.
>more lumens=better performance
I'm building an AR15 in 6.5 Grendel, Don't try to talk me into another round, I've already settled. Granted, I am stuck in a rut of weather or not to buy a complete upper, or buy parts individually. What do, /k/?
Depends on what you want in an upper? Buying a complete upper is usually cheaper, but it's easier to personalize it when you build it yourself. Regardless, don't cheap out on the barrel. Shit barrel = shit rifle.
Gun prawn bread
bonus points for Hi Power
Would a Rhodesian FAL and GP35 get bonus points?
They haven't shot up in a long time so no worries. Coles Dist. has been staying steady with their FEG and BHP prices since like, 2010. Those are also slurp handguns so you are gonna be getting some real battle buds.
/k/ I'm trying to get into guns I've got a budget of about 500 USD what's a good gun to start with, something fun/easy and easy to maintain
If you're going to do a pistol, start off with a full-frame. 9mm is fun and ammo is cheap. Go used.
Does /k/ know how to fight unarmed? Do you practice? What? What do you think is most practical?
I've been learning some basics of Taekwondo from a gym buddy who was an instructor and competitor at a decent level. While I'd never put much stock in styles aside from ground grappling and Irish fisticuffs, I've actually found TKD moves to be very practical to integrate into self defense and close quarters in our "open style" sparring matches. It seems quite applicable to use TKD punches, offensive blows, and thrown elbows in real life.
The reason you find the moves practical is because everyone else is using it too.
I'm not saying it's useless, and I know it's said to death, but if you want to fight, look MMA.
You're not going to be doing a standing fight trying to get axe kicks and fancy elbows into people, people are idiots, and the vast majority have no idea how to fight, so they latch onto each other. Learn your takedowns and ground fighting.
I just recently watched Tremors again, and I had completely forgot how /k/ this fucking man is. Any other movies with guys like him?
When will this meme end
He's not anti or pro, he doesn't have a proper stance on it.
Also you can't /thread your own post you fucking sperg.
Sup /k. I'm moving to California soon and I feel the need to buy 5 new handguns to bring with me. What should they be and why?
Should I get one, /k/? Has Taurus gotten their shit together in quality control?
Does anyone use the x95 as your main weapon?
I know somebody with th Jew Gun. I've shot it a decent amount. I actually kind of like it. The trigger is heavy, but not as much of an issue as I thought it would be.
I still don't like how it feels as much as a conventional layout, but it's shootable.
Tbh I like the older version better. The angled handguard felt better to me, the charging handle placement was easier for me, and the 'thumbknuckle' mag release was starting to really grow on me. I will admit the pushbutton mag release up front is definitely an improvement, as well as the trigger pull.
Primary arms had them for like $1.6k but they sold out in an instant.
I'd like a green one like in OP but they're selling out everywhere despite the stupid high price tag for a half-plastic jewgun that doesn't even have a free-floated barrel and puts groups the size of an elephant at 100 yds.
Besides the United States
What are some other countries with great gun laws?
Does /k/ like any gun magazines? I have a bit of free time between classes and am thinking of getting some magazine subscriptions so I can put them on my coffee table and look like a dysfunctional veteran.
Just wait a few months before you get your first 9. A lot of companies are competing for the modular contract with the military so they're coming out with guns like the Sig p320 and Ruger American. Just wait a bit longer if you can for some really cool new stuff.
You know what to do.
i'll dump some of my folder, but I've got to go to bed soon. I'm tired and sore as heck.
Is it actually shit?
Yeah, they're garbage. I bought one but hated it due to magazine incompatibility with regular beretta's, and they feel like shit. Considering that you can get an actual used 92fs for about $300, I traded that piece of shit for the real deal. Don't try and save the extra $100, get the real thing.
Does anyone know where I could get a surplus AAT and how much I'd be spending? The guns don't need to be functional, I'd just love to romp around the land I've leased on some backwater Outer Rim planet in one of these old babies. Also general surplus thread. Post recent acquisitions.
snagged this in a pawn shop after I found it lumped in with a pile of standard phase 1 helmets. the standard ones are cheap and pure shit but this one has some uniqueness and history to it so I couldn't just leave it there
Nothing personel... Kid...
*teleports behind fleet*
No no no that is not true without the armor it has a speed advantage right guys?
Can an American civilian ever get one of these?
The barrel is rifled due to being made out of recycled Anti Aircraft gun barrels (I think) so I believe it would be considered an AOW. Of course, you would have to have ridiculous connections in order to ever get one.
Anybody else interested in the new six12 modular shotgun?
Does /k/ like the Lebel Rifle?
What was your first gun /K/?
why did you get it?
Pic unrelated, Mine was a Browing BDA 380.
It was cheap and I loved it.
Ruger Security Six. Bought in 1975. I still have it.
Whats the deal with the whole "everyday carry" thing? Do people really carry this much stuff all the time, and is it ever practical to carry more than one gun/knife with you everywhere?
Depending on where I am going, I will switch out my Glock 17 for my LCP.
Not pictured is my iPhone 5s and a leather belt I made myself that has been great for 2 years but has given up the ghost being used to support my Glock 17. Too broken down. It's fine for my LCP, but I gave in and picked up a 5.11 Autism duty belt today as a stand in till I get something rigid but less autistic than a nylon duty belt.
Sometimes I carry a spare Glock magazine in a belt carrier. I typically keep an extendo in my backpack as well.
All right /k/ I know I have been asking but I want the final verdict.
Locally the best price for a Gen 3 G17 FDE is 573 after tax and 596 for a Gen 4 G17 FDE.
Should I get the G3 or G4? I have felt them but not entirely sure yet.
Sell me on them.
All my Glocks are G4 and I have 0.0 issues. It's nice having the extra mag and back strap options although I don't use them. I heard some G3 owners bitching about their grip when shooting and getting their hands sweaty but I live in Florida so could just be a summertime hot as fuck thing. Some have found the G4 texture to be uncomfortable but I don't mind it at all.
So today I shipped some switchblades to a state where it's illegal to do so. They are legal to own in both states but you can't ship them to where I did. I'm wondering a few things: does the USPS use x-rays to check packages entering certain big cities and if so would they even bother going through the package to check what's inside and then track me down and charge me? I'm probably being overly paranoid but has anyone on here have experience sending illegal stuff through the mail?