>get pulled over for a broken tailight
>officer asks for license and registration
>politely inform officer that I have CCW permit and am carrying, and that I am reaching for my wallet to retrieve my license
>get perforated by the officer 4 times without warning
>bleed out in front of fiance and 4 year old kid
CCW holders, what would you have done in his situation? Or was he fucked either way due to an incompetent...
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If there's no duty to inform then I wouldn't fucking tell the cop I'm carrying. Also pull out my ID and keep it in my front shirt pocket or my hand ahead of time. All cops are pigs, don't take any unneeded risks with them.
In Georgia you aren't required to tell the police you are armed. I holster at 4 o'clock. So I just keep my hands on the wheel, and have my wallet out and in my hands before the cop gets to my car.
I don't volunteer any information. If he or she ask me to get out of the car. I then tell them, while keeping my hands on the wheel. Offering to lean forward, so they can pull my pistol and place it someplace safe.
I also have my phone out and recording video straight to a web service.
Post bakelite. Discuss bakelite. Bakelite general.
Bulgarian akm type 2 bayonet, tula mag, and bulgarian mak!
Palmetto state armory
It was about two years ago.
Romanian AES-10b with a 40rd bakelite I paid way too much for.
So Milo is planning to ride a horse through a heavily infested portion of the Swedish Caliphate to deliver a speech on Islam and gaming.
He's apparently got a security detail to assist him and his entourage of sycophants as he parades through Al Ackbar, though they have warned that him being on horseback will make it harder to protect him.
How would you handle the situation /k/?
What weapons and safeguards would pass Swedish authorities and allow Milo to garner attention in relative peace and safety?
Note his hair will make it hard to obfuscate him from potential rock snipers and scimitar throwers.
Hey /k/ i'm looking to buy my first gun soon so i can try my hand at hunting when i camp.
Now my question is, Shotgun or rifle. as i am a poor uni student, i can only afford one gun. i would like the option of taking game up to sambar deer if i ever found one.
so, i'm looking for cheap and ease of use for a first time hunter. the restrictions in the country i live limits me to bolt actions and lever actions.
also, general innawoods thread.
Shotgun. It's versatile and relatively cheap. The ammo is almost always in stock, even during ammo panics.
Bird shot for birds and slugs for deer. No risk of overshooting past 100m, maybe (extremely slim) 300m.
My family is getting a golden retriever pup soon, and I'm wondering if there's a way to train it not to be gun-shy. Is that something that can be trained?
07 July 2016 a chimpout turned into a shootout that is still happening at 20:43 (mountain/AZ) in Dallas, Texas.
08 July 2016 a chimpout is organizing in Phoenix, Arizona. /k/ family plan accordingly and be vigilant
Post your cowboy guns here. Talk about 'em.
18 year old male that doesn't own any firearm. What should i buy? I don't want to spend over $600-700. Thx
Calling any Australians with knowledge of Queensland gun laws.
If I wanted to own an authentic 20th century four-bore double-barrelled rifle firing cartridges, what category of weapon would it be? I'm thinking category B, but I'm just not sure if there's an overriding calibre restriction.
Would the laws be any different if I bought a reproduction/custom production four-bore rifle?
I'm pretty sure it's actually just a category B weapon, but I have a hard time believing something so awesome as a four-bore is actually allowed in Australia.
There has to be some other law banning it.
>mfw rifles firing .50 BMG are specifically listed as banned, but a .499 or a .501 would not be banned.
Stoeger P-350 and Taurus PT 111 - 40 S&W Pictured. I'm a complete gun virgin on a budget, looks like a sturdy, versatile shotgun and a cheap glock clone. Help? ($500 per gun budget)
Bonus points for a cheap AR
Just copped this for $750 with 3 mags. Did I goof?
I just got this out of my great grandmother's house. Its the spade my great grandfather was issued in WW2. Pic related. Should I fix this up?
Of all the things a soldier would bring home with him, why would he take his fucking entrenching tool?
If he ever used it in any capacity he'd have never wanted to look at it again.
Hey /k/. First time poster here. I'm looking to get my first ever gun for home defense in the great state of Massachusetts. What do you recommend? I don't want to spend too much. Something under $500 please; can be used. This will be babby's first firearm.
What actually makes one an "Operator"?
Is it a mindset? A standard of equipment?
Is it just being accepted into the right kind of club?
Agree, the green SF recruit isn't operator, but neither is your plain joe eleven bang bang, no matter how many tours he's been on.
He's pulling guard and running patrols, sure, but no number of those equates to operator shit.
I've been looking around the internet trying to find knifes like these. Does anyone know a good website where I could purchase one?