Is 6 enough for self defence?
I'm interested about getting a carry on and I have a fetish for revolvers
Thoughts about ammo type and it doing the job ?
I could be wrong, but im pretty sure the "largest" round you can legal carrry in a pistol is .45acp.
If i had a wheel gun id go .357 magnum, or .460 s&w
That being said-pending someone knowing if im wrong or not- it doesnt make sense to only cary 6 rounds with modern double stack mags. But ya, 6 should do it with 1-2 aggressors.
I'll go first. I want a bernardelli model 60 so bad I can feel it in my hand.
>we agent scully nao
Sterling and MG-34 because Staa Waas
literally every gun from the old west because of variouse movies and New Vegas
An Uzi because of Falling down.
And an AK and Marlin lever action because of Red Dawn.
that video game heavy rain with the FBI agent Nahman Jayden
An armed man approaches you in a parking lot. What do?
Is it possible for a civilian to own like an anti-tank cannon, or artillery piece or mortar, or a tank with a functioning cannon?
I know you can get antitank rifles, and you can buy actual tanks. But all those kind of large guns I can only find for sale as demililitarized which should be a fucking crime to destroy a weapon like that.
What about AA guns?
Can anyone advise me on how to get this broken pin out of this AR-15 barrel?
How did you do that, you pentanigger?
Did you hammer on the thread side of the barrel?
Webms, military themed.
What does /k/ think of Hornady critical defense?
Is there a military recruiter around on /k/ tonight, or someone who is willing to answer some questions?
I am a 22 year old college grad, degree is in geology, and interested in an officer's commission into the armed forces.
GPA was 2.98, and was diagnosed with ADHD and has taken ADHD medication within the last year. What are my chances for an exemption and getting a commission? I am in good physical shape and have a clean record.
In what branch? Go to the Military Enlistment General, I think it's still alive.
Don't even talk to enlisted recruiters, they are just going to try to convince you that enlisted is the way to go. It's not. Being enlisted sucks
You have to specifically deny, on paper, seeking a comission before you enlist if you have a college degree.
And it's not 1995 anymore. Recruiters know they can only lie to you about things you dont bother to look up yourself.
Just bought a new Taurus Raging Judge for 200 dollars.
Did I do good?
Anyone else has one and want to share your experiences?
>pic obviously related
Ya, id say so.
I want one.. can you think of a more aggressive name than TARUS RAGING JUDGE MAGNUM
All movie plot stuff aside.
Marky Mark says in the movie that he lost his first aid kit, (obvious after jumping off a cliff) before plugging them with dirt. Im pretty sure the other members of the teams had IFAKs, but they were wounded/overwhelmed too fast for that to do any good?
Still haven't seen this movie, but apparently they had professional gear queers doing the costumes, to include their weapons and rigs and shit. Really fascinating. None of this old MLCS stuff is hard to find, but they put a lot of work into it to make everything look aged.
>but apparently they had professional gear queers doing the costumes, to include their weapons and rigs and shit.
It's called 'product placement'.
What are some good operator books to read? Preferably ability to torrent them would be nice.
No American Sniper, please. Thank you.
Welcome to the Muddy Fudd, how fudd are ya?
Why did the industry push for 300blk over a new subsonic 7.62x39 round? ARs where already setup to run x39 and making a new load in x39 provides a broader market.
It doesn't make sense to stick with the 5.56 parent case to avoid spending $100 on mags and a bolt and then be stuck paying $1.50 per round to practice with your gAyR. It makes sense to have $.25 supersonic practice ammo and then "premium" ammo for accuracy and subsonic use. They fucked it up and prioritized the wrong thing.
Yes, you can make/buy cases and reload to shoot it cheaper, but...
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At what age can men/boys be expected to function as a soldier?
californians and new yorkers aren't ever really men or boys they are more or less Girls with dicks like traps. Everywhere else the average 12 year old can carry and operate a crew served weapon reliably