Hey /k/, I'm not really a gun expert. I recently acquired a Peacemaker and saw that .45 colt is a fairly large round. I was wondering if .45 colt is stronger than .44 magnum, or would it be weaker because of black powder?
Hello /k/, nogunz /his/torian here. Could you please tell me the main differences between the two guns' bolts (tilting vs rotating)? I heard that the AK 47's rotating bolt was very similar to that of the Garand? How did this affect the guns characteristics? Which one was better?
titing bolt gun vibrate uncontrolable in fullauto because the lock and unlock action
because of this the MP-44 shoot a under power round
rotaing bolt have a much more smooth unlock antion
Garand use a two locking lug bolt, with bigger bolt face, first Kalashnikov use a two locking lug bolt with small bolt face, AK-46 and AK47 use a two locking lug bolt, with bigger bolt face. yes the AK bolt is similar to Garand
>Which one was better
rotating bolt, every modern...
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Albeit similar to a garand the actions were and are still unique from eachother.
My dad had this in my garage anyone know any more info about it?
Alright /k/ why the fuck does my .223 look like a bic pen?
This is random, but are there any /k/ommandos around Austin, TX that have access to any land for shooting?
I've got a bunch of funs that I've never shot and I hate going to ranges, but I don't know anyone here with land.
I'm building a kit right now, and I'm looking at different camos. I think Multicam would be best for my region (pic related). Does anyone have suggestions?
Also, general "what camo do you use" thread.
Saw this, and thought that you lot would love it:
360 degree high-res views of a whole range of aircraft cockpits:
A10, B1-B, B24 Liberator, F117, F15, SR-71, Even Air force One.
Plenty of others too.
Dat A model cockpit though...
The C models have two [better] MFCDs instead of that bank of station indicators.
That beat-to-shit caution panel sure looks sweet though.
What do you consider the minimum acceptable caliber for self defense in your everyday carry gun?
False rumors BTFO thread
>Revolvers are more reliable than semi autos
>.40 is too snappy
>AR15 is not as reliable as a Kalash
>Storing ammo separate from gun
>HK has a measurable quality difference congruent with its price tag
did smith and Wesson fuck up by not releasing the M&P shield in .380 first, then 9mm Like glock did with the 42 / 43? Would you have bought one?
Quick /k/, post super bugs while the mods are distracted!
Somebody tell the Australians.
Here it goes, /k/.
> plan on getting babies first 9mm
> hinge between the H&K P30l and a Beretta 90two
> tell relatives
> "Not bad choices, but if you want to actually hit your target all the time, go with a Sig 210 Legend"
The thing is.... the Sig is so much more expensive where i´m from and i want to know what you guys think about that advice.
Got some 7.62 copper washed ammo at a gun show for 140$. How did I do, what can you tell me of the ammo...
You got chinese surplus steel core type 81 food, it was banned in the 90's and is worth like $400 a spam can on gunbroker
You got you some fantastic ammo at a reasonable price, that's what you got.
That stuff is "armor piercing".
/k/, a coworker offered to sell me a Romanian ak assembled from a kit for $350. I don't know too much about it yet other than it has composite furniture and a tapco trigger. Pic related, what it probably looks like. I'm an AR guy, any thing I should look for? I know to make sure the fsp is not canted. Seems like a good deal and I may do it.
It looks like he crushed those rivets pretty badly, but it is very possible that the gun will still work just fine. Make sure that it will accept proper mags and not just those single-stack monstrosities.