I have decided rifles are overrated because even in a SHTF situation, it is highly unlikely the military and police would go away unless you are in bumfuck nowhere. I have decided that if you live in urban or suburban areas, the most important key to survival will be to not stand out and thus concealability is key. I already have a compacted 9mm and decided i needed something even smaller for summer carry. What are the best .380 handguns?
This guy seems to agree with you. Flashy rifles are the first targets. Snipers>AverageJoesWithCCPistols>TacticoolRifles
GUY GUYS GUYS, OP has decided. you know what to do.
If a modern military were to firebomb Raqqa in a similar manner to Dresden, what planes, modern equivalent weapons and tactics would they use?
P.S. no nukes.
>there will never be an unrestricted strategic bombing campaign with modern capabilities
Remind me again why this is not a war crime?
I've been thinking about buying a .22magnum derringer. I'm on the swim team, and would be nice to be able to CC in my speedo.
So if an intruder comes during a swim I can pop a cap in their ass from the water.
Any Wisconsinfags here? I'm from La Crosse. Military vet and a twogunz. Sound off.
Does anyone have any decent knives that I can legally carry in NYC?
It is legal to own a hunting knife dagger a stiletto
AND the blade must be >3 inches
New glock owner here...can somebody help identify what gen it is?
Forums are not much help
I just grabbed this for $200 at my local gun shop. I just wanted something cheap to keep in my car. Besides the snowflake ammo is there anything wrong with them? Got 10 days to return it and want to know if there's anything I should be aware of.
Knives ruled as "not constitutionally protected arms" by WA state supreme court: http://q13fox.com/2015/12/31/state-supreme-court-rules-paring-knives-not-protected-by-second-amendment/
What are /k/'s thoughts on the Tavor?
I own a nugget and a glock 19, but I don't have a semi-auto rifle. Should I get one or should I just stick with an AR15 or AK?
Tavours are good, well designed bullpups. But the BANG for your buck just isn't there. Ar15 builds at the same price range are just flat out better. There's also that business of being a bullpup that really fucks with lefties and people who shoot sometimes with the support hand. So I suggest no, get an ar15 or an ak, and with the money you saved buy a good optic, lots of ammo before the prices get even more jacked up, or another gun
/k/ why does nobody discuss Springfield? I CCW a full size XDM 9mm because 19+1 rounds is better than a meme11 low cap
>/k/ why does nobody discuss Springfield? I CCW a full size XDM 9mm because 19+1 rounds is better than a meme11 low cap
Just dropping by to let you know that you're a retard.
/k/ I'm thinking of getting a coach gun for the fun of it, but I was wondering, would one of these be terrible for home defense? or perfectly adequate?
depends on the skill of the operator
do you trust yourself to never miss the 2 shots?
how fast can you reload?
a pump would be more practical cheaper and hold more bullets for fun why not
Seriously limited but far better then nothing, with the advantage that they are extremely simple to operate.
I'd reach for a pistol first, but if it's the only gun you have you'd do far better with a coach gun then with a baseball bat.
As a personal note, they are damn fun guns.
if the answer to the first question is yes, I'd think it would suffice, 18 pellets of 00 buck through the chest is a mighty powerful thing I'd think. but good point on price vs functionality, it really is just a fungun I guess. but damn do I want one.
honestly I trust myself with long guns more, I see the benefit of a pistol, but I'm better and more comfortable with long guns in general. which both count a lot to me at home.
Id love to get a semi 357. Looking for replies from people that have experience with either (both would be better).
There's really no point in having a semi-auto pistol in a rimmed cartridge these days. 10mm will meet or exceed that level of energy depending on the loading. I would look into 10mm if I were you.
>Talk about handguns.
>Posts a rifle.
Should I go Police or Military? What are /k/'s votes?
I know it's probably a moot point, but do think HK will ever build and release the HK243(G36) here states side? or is the closest we'll get is the .22LR walther clone(ish)
Because of reasons.
Remember, the U.S. army has tried twice now to replace the M4. The only reason we still use it, is because nobody else can or will sell a new rifle to the DOD for the same price that we pay for an M4($250-$500per unit)