Are Glocks good guns?
How's it going /k/ombat bros. I'm sure many of you have heard of the firearms legend Hickok45 who makes amazing firearm videos. However, they recently deleted his account, which was arguably the best gun channel on the website. Do any of you know why this would have happened? He doesn't seem to have possibly broken any copyright laws, as he doesn't play music, and to be quite honest I can see any justifiable reason for taking the actions that they did.
What was your first handgun /k/?
My Dad said that he'll give me his old snub .38 special (I don't remember who it was manufactured by, but it looks like pic related) if I do well this semester. So I'll probably own a handgun two years earlier than I expected to.
My first handgun was this Colt King Cobra. I picked it up at a gun show when I had to provide my own sidearm for a security job. I found this for $450.
I am building an AR and I want a red dot. I was looking at the Vortex Strikefire and the Sparc 2. How are these 2 red dot sights?
I was having a foreing policy/geopolitics class in University, the subject was military strategy. My teacher commented that Brazil made an interesting deal purchasing the Swedish jets, and that before that, Brazil was thinking about either buying Russian SU-30s or American F-15s. He said that as far as dogfighting goes, SU-30s would be better.
Is he right or just an American hating commie?
tl;dr F-15 vs SU-30
I would like to see your DDR East German items. Posting mine.
Anything East German related is welcome, photos, cartoons, etc.
I had a neat idea, /k/.
What if (IF, please don't shit all over me immediately) a company based in Hawaii or California came out, managed to buy a decommissioned WW2 era ship and used it to give cruises of the pacific, focusing on sites of naval battles and stops along the island hopping campaign?
Would you want to go?
Hey /k/, is what this picture says true? Are there any sources/statistics that back it up? Please ignore all the fucked up stuff the woman in the picture is doing.
There is never enough threads about building guns on this board
Let's talk about making guns more often.
I'm from the uk and shit's getting heated here in europe.
>inb4 uk not in europe
How should I protect me and mine from these invaders when the inevitable violence starts?
If human bones are harder than steel and concrete, and swords are able to cut through those, how come master swordsmen can't slice steel? Checkmate
>be in NJ
>get car jacked
>cant do anything about it because it is expressly illegal to use force to protect one's automobile
>try to get gun, have to find 2 references
>police send officers to my land lord and employer to tell them I applied for a gun
>get evicted and fired because of RINO landlord and employer
>am now homeless
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Why would any sane non-puerto rican/non-Italian person live in that shithole called New Jersey?
The people there are annoying and gaudy as fuck.
Everytime one of you degenerates opens your mouth I want to squirt bleach inside in the high hopes of making you a mute. Your vocalizations are like fingernails on a chalkboard to the rest of our west coast ears.
Please stay in your containment state.
Could it be said that air power is the most important aspect of modern warfare?
I've heard through YouTube vids that crap ammo is inherently inaccurate and buying quality ammo is essential for accuracy. Keep in mind I heard this from Sootch00 who seemed to be shilling for HPR ammo which is unreasonably pricey for what it seems to be. What do you think /K/?
>is blaming accuracy on ammo a copout? Or is there some merit to it?
Out of trigger pull, barrel quality, and ammo, ammo is the single most important quality for a precise weapon.
Idk is HPR is anything special but buying better quality match ammo is essential to extracting the maximum amount of precision from your gun.
There is some merit to it. "Quality" of ammo is generally referring to consistency of ammo. i.e. powder charge is exactly the same for each round, projectiles are very close in size, etc. Having consistent ammunition is key to shooting consistent groups (shooter is still the main factor, but ammo matters too). Cheap ammunition sacrifices some of this consistency, that's how they can make it for cheaper price.
Who knew vets were such pussies?
>trying to convince people that someone would go through the trouble to print up this business card and pass it around
>I'm a veteran, I'm not used to people standing around with guns!