>The people's right to keep and bare arms shall not be infringed
>not gender specific
Could the 2A be any more egalitarian?
Can anyone ID this cartridge?
>We peace now
Putin: Russia is ready to use more military means in Syria if necessary
Where does /k/ buy their ammo?
>tfw LGS is all sold out of bulk ammo
>tfw panic buyers
Does "greasing" still go on in the US Navy?
>googles the following four words: navy hazing "grease gun"
and they wonder why everyone thinks they're gay
So /k/, would you willingly serve under Major Burns?
>wanting to serve under someone
>wanting to bow your head
>not wanting to become them
OP is either a woman or a cuck. Purge that estrogen from your body, OP.
Any one on /k/ want to play squad in a squad (no pun intended
Saw a thread about it while ago on here, is there a /k/ group or?
Hey guys, I am new to 4chan (started few h ago) and I turned to you because I have heard good stuff about you and also that 4chan is a pretty open community. I came here because I am in need of help and opinions, I am building a 4 coiled coil gun and need someone smarter to check my electrical scheme that I have made for timing and powering the coils. Also I am not a creative guy (in art) and would like you to recommend me some cool designs.
I like guns but I don't rust myself with maintaining an AR or something and I also don't have that much experience with weapons other than shotguns as well.
So I thought I would get myself a bolt action rifle for hunting and sport. Since my mother is Turkish and a bit of a nationalist, I thought that this MKE rifle would be fun to have as Turkish army apperantly uses it as well..
I made a bit of researh and found that it has 0.8 MOA and some things I really have no idea of. Comes with a case, cleaning kit, and etc. Talked with Zenith guys from facebook as well and they are saying that the kit and the case it comes with pretty much makes the gun very amateur friendly. The guy at the company also offered me few boxes of ammo for the rifle as well as a gift.
I am pretty much set on this rifle but I was curious about your opinions and wondering if there was any cheaper alternatives. I am doing fine financially but I would still considering going for something else if it is much cheaper.
These are the company specifications
Caliber – 7.62×51 mm NATO
OA Length – 48.62 inches
Barrel Length – 26 inches
Weight Empty – 14.1 pounds
Operation – right hand bolt
Sights – removable rear drum for elevation and windage, front protected post
Magazine – 10-round amber polycarbonate
Colors – black
Includes – rugged plastic carry case, two (2) 10-round magazines, factory cleaning kit, two (2) extra take-down pins, factory Picatinny style optics mount, factory sling and 5-year warranty
Additional – barrel is threaded into receiver and has rugged muzzle brake. Rifles controls are fully adjustable. Optics ready, scope not included
And the price is 6,500 dollars. Are there any other bolt action rifles for around 2-3k anons?
You trust yourself maintaining a $6,500 bolt action rifle, but not a $500 AR? Why?
That's a lot of money to sink into an "amateur" rifle. I don't know if it's actually worth that much, but it's still a lot. You really could just get a $200 nugget from a Big 5.
I meant as in maintaining an automatic rifle. I am guessing (just guessing, I have no experience with guns other than shotguns which I own two but use 7-8 times a year on avarage) a bolt action rifle would be easier to maintain and less likely to fail since it is more ''basic''.
And if I have to be honest, I am a bit fan of these long ranged rifles, even though I probably won't be able to make even 200-300 yard shots without practicing for a week or two.
Holy fuck if you want a bolt action just get a Ruger American or used Remington 700, should come out to less than $1000 with a nice scope, bipod (if you choose to use this, most people don't) and enough ammo to keep you busy for a while
Any one have good gift ideas for a fellow /k/tard?
Like cleaning kits? Gun oil? Favorite supplies you use daily?
I have no clue on how people can't find .22 ammo. At least the area i live in people act like its a dry spell, but literally all i do is go to dick's and they always have it do people not know this or something like the fuck.
>pic unrelated i just like it
Where I am at(Central Florida) Walmarts don't have it. Big box sporting goods stores don't have it. LGS have it but at 2-4times the normal retail price. I imagine somewhere there is some fat fuck militia wannabe with a shed that contains 100,000s of rounds that he paid for with his welfare check.
West FL here, it's all the old right wing men buying it up as soon as they see it cuz O'Bama coming for it any day now. All these old fucks are going to die or get sent off to a nursing home with thousands of rounds of it stored away that their lib-tard children are just going to throw away when cleaning out their house.
Trump becomes president and accidentally withdraws the US from NATO. Lobbyists keep crying for him to go back but he stalls just out of spite.
Who would be the main supplier and beneficiary of military contracts in the remaining NATO states?
This fucking hard to play to shit goddamn fucking military game jesus fucking goddamn just fucking kill me right now this game has made me break my controllers nine times and I ended up breaking my own tv with my fist because of the fucking hyped to shit high level enemy AI and shit friendly AI and one round instant kills you and it takes several rounds to kill the enemy and not to fucking mention the checkpoints goddamnit if your luck is on your side you may get a checkpoint that won't respond you in a deathtrap and don't even fucking get me started how the entire...
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What are the best military vehicles? Can include eastern European countries. Asia included.
Jeep (can be a truck that has little to no armor):
AFV? (does this just include any armored vehicle like a apc or ifv or mrap?)
Why are bullpups' triggers so mushy? Is it necessary by design?
>>28250466 No. >>28250532 has a point, it will require more precise machining to make a crisp trigger- and that costs time and money, plus there's no guarantee that it won't wear and become mushy.