how young? because youngfag automatically makes me think just about everybody with a good sized collection is not going to make it
you know, because most people don't start making a good living wage and/or get out from under debts heavy foot till at least few years after highschool
Just took this tonight, I figure it'll be a long time before I get another gun so I'll make this pic last a while.
I wanted to try get my most used toys in a single pic, then I'll can have a less crowded 2nd picture for the things I use less. I'll get that taken one of these days. If I had just a little more room, the mosin probably belongs here too. I love to shoot that thing.
Fair enough, I just usually try to respect the theme if there is one.
Add a flash hider to that AR, and you've got pretty much exactly what I'm looking for when I get one.
Same old pic as always, reporting in.
And I'm not even that young anymore
some repeats obviously
>And I'm not even that young anymore
being young is overrated, it's usually fairly synonymous with being too poor to buy fun things
OP is an exception for sure. Some money has been spent there.
20 year old reporting in
Wish I had a Garand and AK
I live in a commie state though.
Finally have enough to be considered an "arsenal." Now I just have to repost it 20 times to fit in.
That's how it is once you get enough cheap guns you start wanting more expensive guns.
Only update since is a 4x scope for the m305. Handgun licence paperwork, waiting game is killing me as my funs funds grow.
Thanks. I usually just use my OC like a trip. There was a time when I tripped for a few months, pic related from an old summer challenge where I used it.
But I just like being anon most of the time. I censor myself too much when I trip and it sucks the fun out a bit vs just saying what I really think.
>Now I just have to repost it 20 times to fit in.
Welcome to arsenal threads, except for few people who can afford to buy a new gun every week. But every time you post it, there's probably at least a few in the thread seeing it for the first time ever.
Also, you guys are making a fool of my collection at your ages. I think all I had was the 10/22, the 20ga 870, and a trashy bb gun or two.
One year four months ago I had 6 guns in this safe.
Now I need a bigger safe...
>not pulling them out since fuck all that work.
>Poorest of fags
I got $650. What get? I was thinking AR pistol.
I am just going to list them because they are all around the house or at school.
I have a S&W SD9VE, S&W Model 29-10, Mauser 98, Rem 1100 20g, Ithaca 37 12g, Win 94 30-30, Rem 870 12g, and a GAP-10 in .308
>I was thinking AR pistol.
I think you'll regret getting a pistol like that.
Get a folder stock rifle and shoot it without the stock, same experience with a longer barrel.
You'll find that you can't hit shit and will probably get old fast since you're just wasting ammo mostly .
Sig p226 tacops w/ viridian x5l
Sig p938 brg
Remington .22lr rifle (forget the make but it is bolt action with a 5 round mag)
Can't recall the name it's getting sold soon, luger'esque. 22 pistol.
Next on the to get list is a 1911 range toy and then ill hold off for a while with the following purchase being a higher caliber long distance rifle of some sort.
I'm mirin your shotguns, especially your Auto 5. I'm thinking about picking up another with a Polychoke.
Hey nice poorfag 100% MADE IN USA shitty Century™ VZ2008™ that sucks because it doesn't take AK mags and you should have bought a WASR, bro :^)
452 Ultra Lux
CZ makes some fantastic bolt actions. I used to have a 550 FS that was wonderful. I only sold it because I preferred my sporterized Springfield and didn't need two 30-06 bolt guns.
22 year old here.
I got a really nice aircraft maintenance job that pays well. So I have a little spending money.
Some good ol' surplus and I also got a sig 229, cz85, p38, colt 1911, nugget revolver, webley, and a colt scout .22 all in crown royal bags in my dresser.
I kinda stopped buying guns so I can start dumping money into a Roth IRA and build up my savings account.
My next gun however, will be a semi auto mg -34.
The only ones I have not purchased my self is the M1 carbine, 1911, and the colt scout, those were my grandad's.
It's an old Armco import Chinese AK, before Chinese AKs started being imported as Norinco.
Its one of the very few AKs in the country that is actually marked as an "AK47" on the receiver. Only about 1000 of these Armcos were imported. My stepdad bought it new in the early-mid 80s and it was eventually handed down to me.
I've got a Chinese cheese grater handguard that also came with the rifle around somewhere.
Fuck I really want to get the 452 ultra lux but its hard to find them and also its a $500 .22lr, but man something about though... wish they were still in production, I heard the 455s parents quite as accurate because of the swappable barrel feature, though it probably isn't that much of a difference.
Also let pic related is my arsenal
>tfw 18yr old poorfag still living with mommy and daddy ina Chicago suburb
M-maybe I'll get my FOID in a few months, I think that's how long it takes the police to issue them iirc
Buy a psa kit for under $500. Get the lower and rear sight of your choosing
It cost me like $430 after FFL fees and stuff in 2012ish. It was expensive for a .22lr but it's what I wanted. It's stupid accurate and it's stupid quiet. If I do my part I can easily get penny sized groups at 50-60 yards, and it's quieter than my .177 airgun with standard old Winchester 333/555.
The 455 seems cool because you could shoot multiple calibers but to be honest I doubt I'd ever use the other barrel because .22lr isn't as hard to find as it used to be and it's still cheap and fun.
I almost picked up another one of these Armcos with an underfolder a few months back, but I couldn't get myself to pay what the guy wanted. One of these days I'd want another just to have both models from the same importer simply for collecting purposes.
MAK 90s are good, too. I almost got one in a trade earlier this year because the guy only wanted like $500 worth of milsurp for it but I ultimately decided I'd rather just sell than trade.
In general Chinese AKs are really nice guns.
How quiet? In any way comparable to a surpressed .22lr, assuming you're shooting sub-sonic? Because that would be amazing, considering that suppressors are illegal in this shithole.
Ok I'll play.
The Waffen Werks AK is going to DDI land for warrantee repairs soon.
All these and a mosin
I'm a collegefag but not exactly poor
>Hey nice poorfag 100% MADE IN USA shitty Century™ VZ2008™ that sucks because it doesn't take AK mags and you should have bought a WASR, bro :^)
We both know the joys of owning a vz58 on this board sometimes...
And as usual, admiring the ultra lux. I'm so glad there's a 455 trainer now too, I wanted to cry when they quit making the 452 with those irons.
Now the decision is, do I get the regular or longer barreled version when I do get one... and I will get one.
>Furthermore, I believe Carthage should be destroyed.
no basement armory pic to go with that? >>27800500
American. I've had most of those cans for many years. I think it was my 2nd year collecting that I didn't buy any guns and just dropped over a grand on ammo, back when 545 crates shipped at 11c/r. I don't remember what the 54r went for, more like 18c/r after shipping or something?
Same old tub. I've added a few. I'll need to take a new pic someday
I'll have my AR finished by the end of the month and can finally take a new picture.
Channel your inner merchant and pray to a harvest god for prosperity.
Thanks, I way overpaid for it so I could have it a year earlier than most. But I was really scared to miss out on it after being burnt on imports before. My perfect shotgun FINALLY existed stateside and I was absolutely not going to let it slip through my fingers.
It's been a nice trap, skeet, and sporting clays gun since getting it. It's hard to go back to an 870 after using mags once I learned to manage them.
Some of the people I shoot with regularly assumed at first that it'd be really tough to do well with, but I normally hit 80-90+% of the ones thrown. I do as well as any of the casuals. I've done worse with a regular shotgun the last couple times I've used one.
23 here. Do I get to sit at the kids table?
I just opened my roth ira and will do my best to max it this year. Now all my money is going to a 4-month emergency fund. I planned on getting a few more pieces, but half of pic related got purchased in the last year. Started with just the arisakas, sks and muskets as of last October.
My one and only.
Hoping to expand my collection in the future.
>tfw you live in a european police state where you're not allowed to have more than 5 funs ever, which you aren't allowed to carry and have to lock away in a safe at all times (seperately from ammo)
I like it, although I haven't shot it much. Not many ranges around here are friendly towards shotguns. The hardest thing to get used to is that when it fires, it half cycles the gun for you. If you're not used to it, it can lead to short stroking and some jams. Once you get the hang of it though you can really get rounds off quick.
Is it the looks? or what do you hate about them?
And out of curiosity, can they be fed with stripper clips of any sort?
Is there even a stripper clip cutout at the front of the bolt carrier? Pics would be appreciated.
I feel that if I accidentally drop one of the mags, they'll crack and shatter. If I could find any that are aluminum like the ones that come with the 7.62x39 vz's, I'd grab them.
They can be fed with stripper clips. Can't post pictures right now. After the last shot, the bolt stays open for an easy reload, and yes there is a cutout
Ok, neat. I guess that's enough info on the strippers. I'm assuming they just use the regular strippers 556 comes on at times.
It'd be cool to see a video. I might have to see if I can track one down on youtube or something.
I don't have one of them as a family photo.
>40-50 thousand bucks pretty easy after your 4 years.
wow, that's nothing given the fact that what you learned is basically useless in the real world and you have to start from scratch.
That's the harder part.
I purchesed 100 rounds for it from PPU when I first got it, only have 20 left, and of those I've only shot about 20 myself. I really need more ammo.
I'm also thinking about getting a repro 1851 revolver as a pistol because I'm under 21 and they're cheap.
Actually W+F Modell 29, a Swiss-produced Luger in 7.65x21mm. The Swiss Army service pistol during WWII.
>not liking .22 military-style rifles
Worst case, the GI bill makes 4 years of college living extremely cheap for you so that money lasts a looooooooong time and you don't have huge student loans to pay off afterwards.
Having a thick wad of cash opens a lot of doors that are shut otherwise too, unrelated to college.
>be out of the military in sept 2008
>have fairly new vw car I'm still driving today, and 40 some thousand bucks
>fall semester already started, so work during harvest at the farm since I ETS'd in september, and enjoy my last "summer vacation" during some of november/december
>decide i really like farming now that I'm doing the real work instead of just the shit jobs I did as a kid
>start a semester of college because muh GI bill and very cheap living on that, cost me like 1k out of pocket for the semester because of food etc
>land comes up for sale during the winter semester
>buy 40 acres of farm land + piece of equipment because I have monies to break into it
>buy another 40 a couple years later becuse I'm making cash from first 40 and got a computer repair job on the side
>fast forward 4-6 years
>buy out computer repair shop because I like the work, and one of very few experts in the area when it comes to computers
>be my own boss
>good friends, some old, some new
>back yard ranges
>lifes good, hyuck hyuck hyuck
22 here. About to pick up a m92 pap
Pic also missing TP9sa
No reason not to. I love mine. It's underneath in my other pic
This is about a years worth of buying. I had 3 more but sold because hard times.
This. From top to bottom, the rifles are:
Steyr-Mannlicher "Carlos" trainer
Anschütz Mod. 54 Wehrsportkarabiner
Radom wz. 48
The SMLE-like in the picture is also a trainer rifle, an Ishapore 2A1.
Stop, please, my penis can only get so erect.
>keep finding amazing deals
>literally cannot stop buying funs
>just bought another Galil in .308 for $1500
>bank account only has $1400 left
According to /k/ I am a richfag though.
My meager collection
I'm saving up for a better shitbox before I get anything else
23 here. never had a real job. 1st year medical student. I just spend some of the obama money i get every semester on things he hates
It reminds me more of the wood type on my mas than my vz.
When I was nogunz id look at the photo of your guns and go "damn, that looks like a fun collection". Thanks for the jerk off material those years ago even if my collection didnt end up like yours
I need to retake these photos, they are missing the following:
Thanks. Looks like you came a long ways from being noguns.
>even if my collection didnt end up like yours
You aren't me so that makes sense, but your rightmost two 556 rifles are exactly what I'm looking for in that caliber. And I need to get my hands on an fal one of these years, but a ptr91 might come first.
We won't be so different again, just give me time to buy some more stuff I really want.
I might actually get to handle a c93 again soon and some ARs soon. It's been a while. There's a huge gun shop a couple hours away and I'll head there with one of my retired skeet shooting buddies one of these weekends. I know for a fact I'm going to be picking up some tracers there to shoot at my 400 yard steel targets, those are so much fun out in the open here.
>Looks like you came a long ways from being noguns.
Current count is 19, going to add atleast one more before year ends. Something subgun/PDW like a PS90 or UZI
FAL feels much more balanced than the PTR imo.
Yeah its a fun rifle, prepare to pay for mags
>Current count is 19
already more than me then, but I take my time buying guns and spend a lot of money on ammo instead of guns
>FAL feels much more balanced than the PTR imo.
I've never held one, so I might have to before I decide anything.
>prepare to pay for mags
Nah, I'll probably just be happy with the couple it comes with.
>already more than me then, but I take my time buying guns and spend a lot of money on ammo instead of guns
I spent too much of my income on guns so thats part of it
>Nah, I'll probably just be happy with the couple it comes with.
You only get one. Order 4 off apex and they drop the price $20 each, or they did when I ordered.
>tacticool spray painted sks and a camo tacticool mosin
I chose the longer barrel simply because I wanted it to be as quiet as possible without needing a can. If I wanted to lug it around innawoods/innamountains I would have gone with the shorter barrel. When I'm home at my parents' house or grandparents' house outside of the city it's really nice to just shoot off of the back porch and nobody inside would even know I was shooting without actually seeing me doing it due to how quiet it is.
It might be ugly but it's probably the most fun gun I've ever shot. I enjoy shooting other guns I have more, but this one is just plain fun to shoot. My only complaint is that it doesn't have a folding stock to make it more compact. It's super comfy to shoot but I wish it had some sort of folder, and not that AR style collapsible stock conversion thing, that only cuts off a few inches and looks lame.
I really want a Browning model 1895 in 54r. a man can only dream...
54r is definitely my favorite and most stocked-up cartridge right now. Too bad the days of cheap spam cans are over.
>Too bad the days of cheap spam cans are over.
IDK about that, but it's definitely slowing down for now.
Shooting season is coming to a slowdown during the winter too, so I'm curious to see how things go with prices.
I ordered another crate of factory 188 today just in case you are right.
This year is going to be an ammo stocking year with little to nothing spend on new firearms though. 54r is about as fun as it gets and probably the main thing I'll be concentrating on. I wouldn't mind getting some more 545 crates too, but it's hard to pay these prices for 7n6 when I'm used to getting two crates for that.
220+ shipping, buds gun shop is as cheap as I've seen. I wasn't planning on it, but prices had risen and a friend of mine said she got hers for 5/box, and I figured I better just make a move and get another crate.
The fact that they're cheaper by 5c/r than everyone else on gun-deals leads me to believe they'll be following suite before too long. I wasn't happy about the 30c/r prices, but relieved I have a little more in the stockpile.
220+ shipping isn't too bad I guess. Was the shipping flat rate? I actually want to get one more crate before prices go down the shitter. I have a crate of russian and a crate of bulgi stuff at the moment. plus ~1300 rounds of wolf/silver bear
What on God's name is this epic looking thing?
Yeah, could have been worse.
I don't think shipping was flat rate, but pretty much on par for spam crate shipping. Almost 40 bucks.
I have about a crate and a half of russian on and right now, a spam can and a half of bulgy, then most of a spam can of hungarian heavy ball steel core, the only heavy ball ever made with a steel core.
It won't go through my steel any better than light ball from what I've seen. I think it's actually worse. Light ball is more fun in almost every way, unless I'm shooting thick ice. It sends this cool shockwave through the ice vs light ball. It doesn't pound rocks as hard or even splatter mud any better.
I don't even know how many 54r( and 762/545x39) bullets this 1/4in steel stopped before it bent enough so it got weak and I had to rotate it. I also don't know if it's even ar500. It's from farm machinery, probably harder if anything since it's supposed to take tons of abuse digging.
The only thing that goes through it is 556. That xm193 zips through it like butter within 100 yards. It's really annoying. At 400, the full size rifles definitely show their power on my thinner plates that intermediates can barely dent.
Finally updated some photos,
Got the sling for my vz24, sight guard for the SMLE, and frogs for all my bayos.
Plus the Adler
Impressive. Good wood and well-rounded for an Aussie. With a Cat B license you should get a Remington 7615 with a red dot, make it your fake AR. Pump action is still really quick.
have a really stupid question. i see alot of you guys have really good quality SKSs where can i find one. none of my local gun stores have any i have been to a few gun shows not a good one in sight. is there any websites where i can order one though a FFL dealer. i have really wanted to add a good one to arsenal for a while. Pic is my most recent gun
>Potato camera edition
Pls No bully
No more .22 cowboy revolver. Bought a Glock 22 Gen 2, converted it to 9mm. MPX Stamp is in, just waiting for my stock to deliver. GF sold the Bersa Thunder and bought a shield.
This image just sucks too bad, here is another one.
You have a few I really want, fuck I need more cash.
Here's my arsenal, most of your arsenals are probably better
This, the best one is the one that fits your own tastes and you look at and it triggers memories.
Also, nobody just starts with 20 guns and $10k invested. When you do get that far into your collection, there's almost no excuse for your own collection not to be your favorite on /k/, even if it's not the biggest or most expensive.
21 here, my first Arsenal pic, no handguns yet, may pick up a G19 by the end of the month, just bought a nugget with a split casing in the chamber for 80 bucks today, it's not in the pic. Girlfriend of a year and a half left me because I finished the AR rather than buying her a ring. I have no regrets
It's not even that fun to shoot. Way too heavy and with a really unergonomic handguard. But hey, it's my uncle's service rifle I got from him for 20 bucks.
Currently taking classes to take the hunting license exam next year so I can own guns that require a license
started at 22 collecting on my own. these are just what Ive bought. Not counting inherited stuff
Bulgy br-74 from Atlantic and JRA.
Dude get the fuck outta here with that, back to /b/ with your shit
I can only assume you mean something like this. You'll pretty much have to just get some cheap furniture and paint it. As far as I know only Mossberg offers this stuff.
20 year old barely califag here look what I got technicaly at 19
>thanks stealth arms
>got the parts for 20 birthday
>came out OK could of been better
>looking to become funsmith so pistol before 21 and some experiance wich is what another Smith recommended to me
Anything that isn't a full size shotgun or long rifle.
This includes machine guns, destructive devices, handguns, SBS/SBR, demolition equipment (although they can get an FEL and produce some, they can't buy any), or anything else absurd.
The law is you can't buy any until you're 21, EXCEPT for long rifles and full size shotguns, so it's a catch all for whatever weird shit people made to get around the rule.
Also getting a handgun in Jew York specifically is a fucking joke at any age.
I beg your fucking pardon. Clearly you've never been here for a Punisher MAX dump.
I'm not gonna argue, I mean, you did build it, but it's just a shame that you slapped some tacky comic book shit on a pistol you worked so hard on. If you're really proud of the thing fit it out properly with some handsome wood grips or something.
It's like refinishing a 50's muscle car from the ground up and then painting a Monster Energy logo on the hood.
>not plugged in
>not classic shell
At least you've got adblock.
I've also got a WASR on the way (thanks California waiting periods!)
What he said >>27814946
Lucky.. But that grip though
Technically true but this varies by state law because in New York state, you need to be 21 in order to apply for a pistol permit. It takes about 8-10 months to receive the permit.
Essentially the youngest people to own handguns in NY state are about 22 years old.
is it the short length you need? I love cheap guns - that's all I buy - so i'll list a few options. Short and... not short.
For about $200 you get a shorty Mosin. Likely the Chinese M53. This will be an actually manageable length unlike the normal huge mosin, but still dirt simple, reliable, and shooting the cheap but powerful 7.62x54r round.
For $180 you can get a Mossberg Maverick 88 12 or 20 gauge pump shotgun. The barrel comes off easy with a single nut (like most pump actions), so it'll fit in a larger backpack, and it has like 3 moving parts so it's dead reliable.
For about $350, you get an SKS - likely a Yugo variant. These have a wonderful machined (not stamped) action that works like a smooth sewing machine when clean/oiled. Shoots the cheap 7.62x39 round.
For about $450, you can build a PSA AR15. Get one of their rifle kits, get a stripped lower receiver, and spend an evening putting it together.
For about $600 (now - how they've gone up in price!) you can get an AKM rifle like a WASR, with a folding stock (or add an aftermarket folding stock). Simple, robust, reliable... but ugly (just compare the "handful of nails in a bucket" feel of a stamped receiver AKM to that of an SKS. I still love them though.
The WA-2000? A pet project my crazy grandfather decided to make out of the blue one day
>be me, my mom just got me a Jane's book of firearms
>grandpa reads it and gets to the WA-2000 page
>hijo, where do I buy this gun?
>I explain to him that it was a prototype and only a few were made
>he looks crestfallen, but then I see his eyes light up
>just fucking takes my book and leaves
>a few weeks later he calls me to his house, and I see him working on it
My grandmother said he hadn't slept for days, just up working on sketches and dimensions. Did I mention he was crazy, and a total Krautaboo?
Apparently Mossberg won't sell the parts for it to civilians anymore, so... FYGM.
can your grandpa be my grandpa?
my grandpa carved stocks for guns and had a pretty big collection, but he died when I was younger, and my shithead cousins and uncles pawned all of his guns off for drug money. Only guns I have from him are a marlin model 60, and a savage model 24
>my shithead cousins and uncles pawned all of his guns off for drug money
If nothing else, /k/ has taught me to leave my funs to the right person when I die.
You really got all the shit luck, huh?
Shit, that sucks. My grandpa took an entire industrial grade metalworking shop and drilled out the entire basement of his house to accommodate it. His basement is literally the batcave, with exposed dirt and weapon racks.
I swear to god the last time I went to his house before he passed he had a tomahawk cruise missile in his parlor...
Not him but 5.45 all day erry day. Cheaper, no recoil, super easy to get decent accuracy mag dumping, and the bullet does weird stuff when it hit things
But I do say that there is nothing quite as nice as the gentle nudge that 7.62x39 gives you every time to shoot. If I could only shoot one or the other for the rest of my life I would be absolutely heartbroken because I love both.
cheers for making your own shit
jeers for not replacing all shitty backpack plastic with metal.
Thanks anons. I was more or less just looking for a rifle that wasn't my AR or Mosin and even my K31 to go to the range with alot. AR gets annoying because I get tired of always cleaning the internals and every AR guy just gives you this look when you even hint at the thought of gas pistons. The Mosin now that I have been shooting for a bit just get fucking old. Since the rifling on mine had mild pitting in it I can never truly get it clean and my shoulder being bruised all the time is getting a little old. K31...is well just too expensive for a college student to run.
I was mainly looking at cost per shot and 7.62x39 and 5.45 are both about 22 cents per which is why I was thinking of getting an AK along with everything else I mentioned. Sorry for the paragraph but I am really liking the idea of an AK in my arsenal.
In short, the 10/22 receiver is just as wide as the airsoft's chassis. Making the two fit and look passable was next to impossible.
I'll get back to it some day, but it'd be better if there were, like, a 1.2:1 scale version or something out there.
>Bitches at me for selling PE90 and buying AR556 because I like tacticool.
>Ends up spending at least 1k on tacticool shit for his SIG 751.
Also that cheek rest thing looks quite loose.
I spent 500.- on accessories sans scope, bud.
And now I have an all around nice gun while you traded away your perfectly fine one for a cheap beater you're too scared to even show /k/ because you might get laughed at.
The cheek rest fits just fine, surprisingly. It was sort of a bargain deal I picked up spontaneously.
Oh, and I should specify:
I wasn't the fudd who bitched at you for liking tacticool, I was the one who told you to stop hating guns for being "boring" as long as they work.
And the cheek rest looks this loose because it's actually an ammo pocket on the right side and empty in that pic.
Eh, guess my ass is still sore from the last time you started shitting on the SIG. Shame, too, cause you got an alright taste in guns otherwise and I like your online education campaign.
>my gun is currently at the gun smith
Let's say that my "holy grail" gun is the SIG 553. So it's not like I don't love SIG. I just find the 90 boring.
Yeah, I know a guy that Cerakotes stuff. So I sent it there for that.
Really? That's cool, it's actually the 3rd one down the line on my wishlist.
You wouldn't happen to know a guy who does good engravings on non-hunting rifle guns, would you? I only know of "Dreams in Colors", and their online showcase doesn't look too impressive.
Its hard to say really. I kinda lean towards the 5.45, but I'm not sure if its only because I have an aimpoint pro on my slr104 on an rs regulate mount compared to the bargain bin sightmark optic mounted on a leapers rail mount on my WASR that turns a cheek weld into a chin weld.
5.45 is just really nice for how fast you can land followup shots, but I'd still grab a 7.62 for your collection as well because the extra recoil it has just feels fun at the range. 7.62x39 is that just right amount of recoil that it never makes your shoulder sore but it still able to push you a decent bit.
I think if i had the same optic on both of them I would enjoy them equally
though I will add the main downside of 5.45x39 is... buying fucking magazines for it. You can pick up decent steel mags for 7.62x39 for like 10-15 bucks, hell maybe less if you buy a bulk package some places, but for good 5.45x39 mags, you're going to end up paying 35 bucks at the lowest, and usually more like 40+shipping. There was a time in the past when 5.45 mags were as cheap as 7.62, but that time has long since past, and I missed that train.
I have to say get both. idk, if you already have an AR and you can only afford one at the moment, get 7.62 so it'll feel a little more different, but try to get 5.45 eventually. And if you want to mount an optic on it, don't skimp out. get RS regulate mount. they are the best optic mount I have found by far that allows co witness of the irons.
Fish scales are a type of machining on slides, an alternative type of serrations, not a type of wood figuring. The species it comes from doesn't necessarily determine how it might be figured either.
Check this out:
its okay as a plinking gun, but the trigger trashes the potential accuracy. Im thinking of drilling and threading a hole in my trigger to add a long set screw as a trigger over travel stop. I personally prefer to shoot my 22/45 over it.
Dat comp on the auto 5
MN, but people guess Illinois a lot.
Nice little /k/ollection. pr is my meager arsenal. Plus the two new ARs not pictured.
Let's /k/ontinue this thread with a new one guys?
The Cutts was the latest tacticool accessory back then.
>caring about mosins
>caring about what other people do with their own personal property
Poorfags/autistics such as yourself fucking suck.
its the sks mag adapter from hical.ca. It uses 10 round 7.62x39 XCR-L pistol magazines (because canadian laws are shit)
How'd you get that brake on? I was thinking of picking up link related and having a gunsmith thread the barrel on my SKS for it
I threaded the sks barrel myself using a threading die and a .300" pilot. The barrel OD on sks' are rarely concentric with the bore so I made sure the ID of my brake was much larger (+.100") than bore diameter to avoid bullet contact.