This + chain mail is perfect anti zombie attire.
Any range bullies online?
Long time range user, first time range bully here, looking for some tips. Earlier today I came up lighter than I thought after I shook down some rangelets for brass, and I think it's due to the new bully who took over for my off hours.
What's the best way to ensure I'm receiving full respect when some other punk is stealing my thunder?
>make sure i'm the only one with the broom
>hide it between sweepings
>'help' out the range 'buddies' by 'accidentally' sweeping all the cases into my square while the range boss isn't looking. By the time they try to tell on me I've either swept their brass past the firing line or have swept it safely within my stall
B E E L Z E B U B B L Y
Yfw you realize Obama did more for gun rights than anyone else in the last 30 years.
>legalize national forest carry
>release surplus 1911 pistols to civilians through CMP
>more gun sales during his terms than ever before
What's his angle /k/?
Can someone please tell me what the thing in the middle is?
different shape and it seems to be solid metal
ibm model m, its a very good keyboard!
Cluster munitions are genius. You want to break your enemy's spirit? Drop hundreds of them over a town. Watch their dumbfuck kids pick them up and carry them back into town.
Read up on the Geneva Conventions, the fourth convention prevents non combatants & non war essential buildings from being destroyed / harmed. read up on this stuff before posting edgelord tier threads.
What's a good light gun you could shove in a survival bag? Thinking the AR-7 looks like a nice design.
But at the same time I'm wondering if it really has many advantages over other takedown models, and if .22 lr would really be enough for survival innawoods.
Sadly the AR-7s tend to be pretty damn fucking shitty.
There's a fair bit of handy lil single or double shot rifles, like the Chiappa Badger.
Good light takedown survivalist semiauto are fairly rare.
But personally, I wouldn't bother. In most cases, a pistol would serve you better.
Or maybe something like a Marlin 39A or if you can find one a 39M? It's 6.5 lbs though.
who here excited for the new xcom, literally the greatest squad based strategy game of all time
So what can I do to avoid getting killed out in the woods of Arkansas if I were to hypothetically speaking go camping?
Also hypothetically speaking what gun would I need to have in order to at least have any sort of survivability in the Arkansas woods?
is company of heros the best rts game out there what does /k/ play
is /k/ pc xbone or pee ass 4 ?
also what other rts /militry games do /k/'s play
>NR-1's size limited its crew comforts. The crew of about 10 men could stay at sea for as long as a month, but had no kitchen, bathroom, or bathing facilities.
>They ate frozen TV dinners, bathed once a week with a sponge of water, and burned chlorate candles to produce oxygen. The sub was so slow that it was towed to sea by a surface vessel, and so tiny that the crew felt the push and pull of the ocean's currents. >"Everybody on NR-1 got sick," said Allison J. Holifield, who commanded the sub in...
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You'd think that with almost 500 years of experience, Beretta would consistently put out good, new stuff. They don't.
beretta loves to pump out big hunks of plastic shit, if it wasnt for them owning tikka they wouldnt have a single firearm design worth a damn.
So we've all seen MACs torture test of the VP9 by now, which has got me wondering about HK as a whole. Firstly, I'm considering an HK P30sk or P2000sk as a carry gun, and the first thing I notice about these two pistols is that they can be easily had for under $700, similarly to the VP9. Is this lower price an indication of cuts in quality? Take the P30sk for example, in pictures the slide looks like it isn't finished to the same extent as a USP or even the P2000. So is HK quality dropping across the board, or is it still pretty good?
I carry a p2000 with an lem trigger and havent had any issues since i got it in 2008. The only problem ive had is that sometimes the slide wont lock back on the last shot because i inadvertently rest my thumb on the slide release.
>want to take Mauser and go innawoodz
>weather is nice
>and am only working 5 days a week now
>I live in Texas and have no public land o hike and shoot on
>don't want to go to state park full of hippies
>want to forge new trail
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Yeah man, it really fucking sucks. I went out to hike with my friend in the country and not fucking 30 minutes into our ~12 mile escapade, here comes some old fucker with his dog, huffin and puffin to tell us to "yer dang kids betur git off my land I oughta shootcha wit mah shotgun I wulda." All we wanted to do is walk in the country but goddamnit if there arent fences every half mile. Texas as well btw.
Its a stealth Ace Combat thread but no one will notice
New Ace Combat 7 with PS4 VR just got announced. Like 5 minutes ago.
Real life is for fags
Any of you guys have expirience shooting these?
Im under no illusion that it is going to be as cool as an SVD, or that its a dragunov (more like accuratized AK) but the idea of a decently accurate semi auto rifle in affordable 7.62x54r interests me. I cant find a lot about them in reviews. What do you guys think?
I can only speak for my since sold .308 model. It was a fine rifle, just not what I was looking for from a semi 308. With 54r you have limited options and the vepr is the newest design you can buy.
I love mine. Roars like a lion and shoots quite accurately even with a carbine barrel.
Heavy in hand, but solid as a rock.
What kind of accuracy are we talkin?
I like shooting 500 yard plus ranges.
Is it like "accurate for an ak" accurate or actually a decent long range weapon?
Cuz every review I read spends 3 paragraphs gushing about reliability and reciever quality then has like, 2 or 3 sentences about "oh yeah, and it was accurate at 100 meters."
I want it for long range plinking in a cheap caliber.