I found one that my father gave me.
>Not sure how good it is
So /k/, I'm getting a Ruger American Predator in 6.5 creedmoor. Long story short I'm in commiefornia so no leaded ammo for hunting, all lead free ammo is expensive so I might as well go for 6.5 creedmoor. I can't afford a more expensive rifle because I have to spend so much on ammo no matter what calibre I choose.
My question is what are the best scopes and scope mounts for this set up and for the money?
My price range is $100 give or take $50.
I put that extra shit at the beginning in there because when I originally posted a thread about this rifle in this calibre it devolved into people asking me why I would buy a budget rifle in an expensive calibre.
>I can't afford a more expensive rifle because I have to spend so much on ammo no matter what calibre I choose.
Er..just don't shoot as much? One box should get you through a season if you're not a nitwit.
Let me put it this way.
I have a budget of about $700 for a new hunting setup.
The gun is gonna be at least $450 after shipping, taxes, and the FFL fee. So I'll be safe and call it $500. A good scope will most likely costs me at least about $125 after shipping and taxes. so that leaves me with $75 dollars. not a lot of wiggle room when a 20 round box costs $50.
have you ever seen Planet of the Apes?
it has the Charleton Heston in it and he was really activated.
The people in charge are anti-gun. The rest of the folks, not so much. I stopped in to my local gun store a bit after that San Bernadino shooting, and not only was it packed but the owner told me they had more than 40 pickup that day, and more to come.
What are some youtube channels you guys enjoy?
Here's what I've got subbed right now:
CarniK Con (get well soon)
Daily Military Defense & Archive
Miculek.com- The Leaders in Gun Control!
Bad taste, shilling, and drama aside, any channels you think not many people have heard of? I'm starving for content.
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TiborasaurusRex is great for anyone wanting to get into long-range shooting. He has a "tutorial" series that's like 90 videos long or something. He also posts a lot of religious videos but just watch what interests you and skip what doesn't.
What're you carrying currently?
Dad has happened into a lot of old ammo over the years and he gave me a few boxes of 7.62x51 from Korea and Vietnam.
Does /k/ think it will actually chamber, fire, and extract?
So long as it's not overly corroded it'll be fine. Check the primers and be sure the bullets are still seated securely. I've shot 1933 made .303 surplus which was heavily tarnished and it worked fine.
>Best SxS shotgun under $1,000?
I'm looking for a good "field" double 12g, full length (26"-28" barrels), internal hammers, interchangeable chokes and straight or p.o.w. grip.
I currently like the CZ Bobwhite but I'm open to other suggestions.
Frankly, it's either the CZ or getting a good deal on a used shottie on consignment. Which I did. The shotgun in your OP pic is a Sauer Royal. I bought mine for $600 in a hock shop in Silicon Valley as a 30th Bday present to myself.
There *are* those big clubby EA imports, but I don't think they would make you happy. The CZ looks like a nice trim old-fashioned gun with all the features you are looking for.
I was thinking of getting some kind of Kalashnikov style rifle, my only real concern is price. Was thinking in the 500USD range. Would that even be possible?
Someone just offered me this Lorcin 380 for $250. I've heard a lot of bad things about this gun before. Does anyone have personal experiences with this? Can I fix the double feed issues it apparently has? Is it easy to tear down? Or should I really just completely avoid it?
I figure it's only $250 so wouldn't matter anyways and I'd only be adding experience by trying it out. Thoughts?
I have a bryco .380. Same ergonomics, same quality. It shoots, gives you slide bite because it's for midget hands, and it doesn't always like hollow points. I got mine for 110 back before shooting theaters and schools was hip and kids didn't visibly identify as retards.
Time to decide what kind of stock I want for my homemade .54 cal matchlock
Getting my pistol permit this weekend, and I'm looking for the best CCW Pistol in everyon'e opinion. Preferably 9mm and easily concealable.
Is the Lawgiver from the Judge Dredd comics a viable weapon in real life?
More accurately is it realisable for there to be a Handgun featuring semi-automatic and fully automatic fire, that can hold a variety of different ammo types simultaneously, and have security measures making sure it can only be fired by authorised personnel?
In the comics the Lawgiver usually carries 6 different kinds of ammo all at once, and the judge just flips a switch to select ammo types.
the standard issue ammunition types are: Standard, Heat Seeking, Rubber Ricochet, Armor Piercing,...
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Ok then. Thanks for answering my question!
Just bought this bad boy, didn't cost me too many credits either.
Stockpiling up for when Delta-Hilary takes office.
MRE shits for pay, anyone?
>broke foot on Christmas Eve
>been on oxycodone since then
>haven't shit in four days, don't know why
>taking laxatives, drinking coffee plenty of water, eating greek yogurt and raisins
I know their pain, and I'm scared.
Can any Ausfags tell me if it's legal to own dummy rifle plates? (Pic somewhat related, either that or shitty hollow plastic plates)
Need something to fill out my training carrier while on leave.
Get airsoft ones?
They will fill it out, but those look like the soft foam ones that bend around. Get some generic hard foam ones by tmc if you want some that wont bend for like 10$. Am airsofter.