Whats the consensus on this? Good cheap ammo or inaccurate garbage
Another day, another uninspiring EDC of mine.
How do you like the Solomon boots? I'm debating between buying Merrell MOABs and Solomons.
I'm nobody special, but I thought it would be cool to have a USA veteran thread.
Hell, any nationality. Post here.
Just as a hypothetical, what are /k/'s thoughts of a knife's blade being made completely out of diamond? Laser cut, and extremely strong material, besides the price, what problems would there be? Pic somewhat related
diamond is brittle as fuck, and good luck sharpening that shit too considering it being hard as fuck too.
also, with dumasscus steel knives costing what they do, do you think knife compnies aren't going to try to mark it up like a bitch
whats a good special snowflake affordable >700 carry gun?
>This loophole enables a firearm owner to use a bullet or other pointed object to quickly detach and replace a weapon’s ammunition magazine, converting a rifle into a semi-automatic assault weapon.
They're trying to ban bullet buttons now...
>aren't all assault rifles 5.56?
>Isn't reloading your own ammo dangerous?
I shall commandeer your thread and turn into into non-brokefag edition, OP.
Elijah Craig 18, which is flavorless compared to EC 23
Nothing since new years
Will a 10mm Glock stop a kodiak bear? Or even just a Grizzly?
Should my bear hunting sidearm be a .45 or .44 mag just to be safe?
Snub nose 460 or 500S&W would probably be my preference.
I'd like to believe 9x25 Dillon would work but I don't think anyone's really tested it. On the other hand you could dump a 17 round mag and modest recoil as opposed to teeth chattering, 5 shot clunky ass revolvers.
This is fucking embarrassing. If this had happened to Imperial Japanese Army, they would have committed seppuku by now.
Anyway, what went wrong?
what is US gun law on muskets and muzzle loaders and breech loaders? are they as restricted as case ammo firearms? what about in the euros?
According to US law muzzleloaders are antiques, not firearms.
Anyone over 18 can buy them.
In Europe the same usually applies, but the guns in question have to be actual antiques, not reproductions.
That is to say they have to be manufactured before like 1890.
How would an operator operate operationally against aliens?
>>The Queen of England has issued a promise to her subjects that she will invade the United States of America if Donald J. Trump is elected President in November of this year.
>>“Should Mr Trump be elected we will take back America by force and place it once again under colonial rule,” her Majesty said in a statement this morning.
Let's assume this is actually real. How badly would this go for...
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Atlantic fleet would meet RN in the north atlantic, US air force would be patrolling as far out as greenland easily. I think there are still US troops in the UK. We'd know about it before it happened.
>Scotland and N. Ireland are set free.
They remain part of the UK out of choice. Unwillingly set them free? I'm not sure that's a good idea, given your track record.
When will you yanks learn?
Are these really this expensive?
I bought one a couple years ago from a friend for $650. I had to sell it, now I'm looking to get one for my dad since he liked mine so much.
I've skimmed gunbroker and even the used ones I've seen are near retail. What do?