What does /k/ think about the CZ P-09?
1.Which one would be your Choice?
2.general tips and best equipment for hidden carrie?
First off, check legality, I only say this because it appears English is not your first language.
The guns you asked about are very nice, but are also large and sort of heavy. If you live in a colder climate this might not be an issue due to wearing clothes that cover a large handgun like that.
I'd recommend something smaller and lighter, because to be honest, if you start carrying a full sized handgun its going to be slightly uncomfortable concealed.
(If this isn't a problem for you, you are part of a minority so don't quote me on that)
Generally what you need for concealed is a reliable gun that is comfortable enough for you to carry every day, a good holster, a quality weapon belt, and quality hollowpoint ammo.
If any of what I just described is illegal in your country, don't try to conceal carry unless its a life or death situation.
legality isn´t the problem.
i have to choose one of these 2 guns, therefore i just can´t pick an smaller/lighter gun.
i live europe and therefore i need a holster for summer and winter
As an Ausfag, i wanted to know the way about getting a permit for either a Remington 870 or any type of small cheap ass rifle (mosin may apply)
has /k/ got any suggestions for the nogunz faggot?
This. Also if you ever shot someone breaking into your home you'll be getting ass fucked by lebos in prison while your burglar gets lauded as a national hero and a victim of white racism
Any Swissfags on /k/ today?
If I buy a SIG 553 or a SIG 751, could I use these guns at Schützenverein clubs?
By the way the 553 is not really any good for the 300m it will spray all over the place... but you can use it on most of the ipsc ranges! Wich is a lot more fun than the 300m lay down boring stuff
Hehe thanks for letting me play with your gun anon
I AM IN MY RIGHT TO DEFEND MYSELF
ITS COMING RIGHT AT ME
Is soft armor actually worth investing in?
IIIa can't really reliably stop any rifle rounds can it? Or even some pistol rounds out of long barrels.
Does extra armor at least slow down the rounds even if it doesn't stop it so you don't get hurt as badly and being unarmored or is not even worth wearing the armor at all if the enemy's weapons trump your level of protection?
Plus soft armor adds extra weight and cost, it seems like you should just go plate carrier or not go with anything. Is that true?
>IIIa can't really reliably stop any rifle rounds can it? Or even some pistol rounds out of long barrels.
You could've answered this on your own with like 5 minutes of research you lazy fag.
From what I said in the exact part of the post you quoted, I already have read about it, and from what I read that's basically what it said, though I'm not entirely sure about the validity of everything I happen to come across on the Internet.
Now focus on the real point of the thread instead of being a nitpicky asshole.
3A will stop pistol rounds, even out of longer barrels. It is worth investing in if you plan on wearing it everyday.
It seems like you're focused more on tactical outer armor (normally called OTVs or armor carriers) in which case I would advise you do what feels comfortable. You can also buy plate backers which are 3A soft armor panels to be used in conjuction with Level 4 rifle plates.
How sketchy would it to be to buy one of these off amazon? Seems like a honey pot to me.
>not buying an inline fuel filter
>not threading an npt to 1/2-28 conversion
>not suspecting me of being atf agent monitoring sales of inline fuel filters
>not suspecting me of being atf agent hiding in your closet monitoring the location of your dog(s)
>Chances of being caught if not total fucktard = 0.000001%
>Is it worth it to have Bubba pound your ass every night for 5-25 years?
>Blows up in face
Happened to a friend- he has a neat scar from it now above his eyebrow
>You will never operate in Zion Nation Park, Horseshoe Bend, The Grand Canyon, ext...
>You will never operate in the Crystal Caves in Naica
>You will never operate in the Skaftafell Ice Cave
So many breath taking locations around the world, and you will never operate in any of them. What wondrous places would you like to operate in anons?
Bryce Canyon. Worked there for 6 months, and the Hoodoos provided so many tactical possibilities. I sure as hell played operator every chance I got. 2nd would be Capitol Reef. Utahs got a lot of great spots.
>LET'S FUCK IT UP WITH WAR WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO XDDDD
>YEAAAAAH WAR IZ AWESUM XDDD
>i dont own a gun
>whats a good first gun to get
>ive shot an AR-15, mosin nagant and sawed off ( dont remember the exact models ).
>enjoyed shooting all 3
>what was your first gun
>whats ur collection now
both collecting and self defense. ive always wanted to start collecting because i enjoyed shooting and history of weaponry but for money reasons havent gotten around to it. The main reason now is for self defense. What would be an effective and reliable handgun, bolt action, and semi-auto?
I just built my first AR15 i'd recommend them. fun to shoot, ammo is plentiful and easy to find, decent hunting/home defense possibilities.
Plus its easy to buy parts and build your own. Which if you do lets you save money, make it how you want and gives you a better understanding of the gun compared to field stripping for cleaning.
Hey folks, I'm being conscripted in two weeks, and I got fucked with cold season basic training.
I'm most probably going to Infantry, possibly Combat Eng. afterwards.
What are Your recommendations/favourites?
Should I buy cold weather specific, or year round + liners?
Hard Knuckle? Soft? Reinforced?
P.S, they need to be at least somewhat water proof, as I'm going to do advanced training through late winter and we get most of our rain fall in the beginning and the end of winter.
Thanks in advance.
How do you even kill this Wendigo?
Mother is dead set on buying her one of those 9mm pistols because the ammo is common and cheap, y'know, just in case.
Certainly nothing fullsize, and nothing with shitty capacity. Nothing $200 cheap, and nothing $800 expensive.
I've just about convinced her to buy a Glock 19 or 26, which ever fits her hand better. Anything else I should consider?
Is the Glock too manly for dear old mom?
It's time for me to get another gun. I want a 357 magnum carbine and then later a revolver in the same caliber. I really like the idea of the Ruger 77/357. Got any opinions? It seems light and better suited as a survival/hunting gun than a lever .357.
I moved and didn't bring all my guns so in my possession I have:
Ruger Mk3 .22lr
Henry Lever Carbine .22lr
Remingington 760 30-06
I don't carry. I just want a rifle I can shoot all the time that uses the same ammo as a revolver I plan to get.
If I get this bolt rifle, what revolver...
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So /k/ when will you come out of the closet
Do people who join the military have any reason to own a car? I'm joining the Air Force as a tech, basic is in a few months, and I'm wondering whether to sell my car or not before my first posting.
(have enough threads on /o/, thought I could get more answers here)
Yes. Yes you do. While you won't be able to use it while in training it'll be invaluable once you actually get stationed anywhere.
Provided you don't have a specific training event going on, or are on deployment, the military is basically like any 9-5 job- except you probably start at 0630. At the end of the day you're free to do whatever you want, same on weekends.
Your car is a vital lifeline to the outside world and getting yourself out of the barracks to go socialize with normal people/drink. Personally I'd recommend getting s self...
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>My face when I have privates with no car, tv, or laptop
What the fuck do they do with themselves, what do they spend their money on?
>Same damn private bounced a check to CITI bank trying to pay off his government travel card to cover up the fact that he never filed a proper travel voucher
Shit blows my fucking mind.