Hey /k/ I want a 22lr revolver. Inexpensive is good but honestly if i gotta save pennies for a bit I'll do it. Any recommendations?
This thing is sexy but I'm not sure if it's really cost effective to be looking at a gun that is no longer manufactured.
You can get a heritage or H&R if you want but they are low tier. Poor fag guns
Expect heavy trigger pulls and fixed sights where point of aim is not point of impact.
Save your money and but a decent gun
Unless they have been abused any ruger, or smith is far superior to the poor fag guns
Smith model 17
I have one of those. Probably the most fun I've had with a .22. Nothing better than whipping it open and sending all the spent brass flying at once.
Top break is truly master race
>Muh stolen valor
WHY THE FUCK CAN'T MY 10-22 GET THROUGH 3 ROUNDS WITHOUT A JAM?
>90% the jam is a complete failure to eject despite being lolblowback action
>rest of the time it stovepipes
it does this with every ammo i've put through it (mini-mags federal automatch, cci standard velocity, armscor high velocity and more) and the extractor looks sharp, I bought the gun new and have fought my way through maybe 200 rounds
Sup /k/, M1A or PTR 91? I got an opportunity to get both at a decent deal, but can only afford one. Which would YOU go for if given the chance?
they're both fine, but ptrs aren't for everybody. handle both and buy whichever you like more.
if you do go for the ptr, get a port buffer if you care about your brass
What are these things called? It's a concealable telescoping spike weapon, perhaps Russian.
Where did you get that? Don't worry, just stay put, we have some folks from the health department coming over to take a look at that awesome combat knife you have.
I have a few questions about the swords from Conan.
First, this sword has some of the crossguard going up about a quarter of the blades, along the edges.
Is there any history behind this?
Would it actually serve a beneficial purpose?
It seems that right where the center of the swords mass is, is where they are.
Here's another..... casting a sword.
It works for bronze swords perfectly.
But iron or steel? I've heard it wouldn't work. But would the work done to the blade by hammering in the final shape, edges, and fuller be enough to get a decent sword? The problem with casting is the grain structure that forms when cooling. That has to be broken up somewhat homogenously for the blade to have flexibility.
Here's the second part of the first picture, with that sword in its scabbard.
Was the Lightning I a good plane?
Where does one fire a warning shot, /k/?
Post your EDC snubby/pocket revolver or your collection of snubbies.
Why does this plane inspire so many feels? The way Canucks write about it, I imagine them sobbing on their keyboards. What happened?
Diefenbaker keked a nation it truly is depressing and marks the decline of our nation into becoming another State to the Burgers. Some great documentaries worth watching http://youtu.be/7sFRiacvNYo
Essentially the most advanced state of the art interceptor for its time all Canadian made ~15 000 jobs related to it and the supporting Iroquois engine (which never was tested in it), killed due to cost and political pressure from USA/NORAD to get bomarc missiles instead and onto buy from America. Canadian airforce still wanted them and the British were about to put in an order for a few but diefenbaker and the the kekservatives destroyed it and effectively pissed on our flag. Not only was it ordered to be canceled but everything relating to it had to be destroyed including...
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Post /k/ related books.
Survival, SHTF, war, manuals, inna woods, etc. Post away!
Reading this one right now. Pretty good, the author makes me kek.
So I bout an AR with no sights cuz it was a good deal and I thought I could get some good deals on irons around black Friday.
I think I've narrowed it down to the Green Blob Outdoors set and Troy mini HK sights. They are 35$ and 150$ respectively.
Can anyone offer input as to why both of these aluminum, flip up sight sets vary so widely in price?
They both have good reviews.
I bought the green blob set a few weeks ago. They are good quality except for one little problem...
the rear sight is loose as fuck. Like you can move it ~3mm with your fingers. It's impossible to zero because every time you take a shot it jumps around like a fuck.
You will need to put some kind of a washer or glue, or jam something in there to keep it from wobbling. There were several reviews with this problem so its not just me.
Still worth the $115 savings tho IMO. Good luck
hey there /k/ im joining the marines in a few months, i was wondering, is going to marsoc worth it? is it a hard group to join? i'm in pretty good shape. just wondering if it would be worth a shot.
It doesn't matter how fit you are, or what your reasoning is. If you say "I might be able to do thus", you'll fail. You need to seriously commit and say "even if they try to DQ in boot, ill still try" because its that kind of mentality they're looking for.
There are break, pump, lever, and semi-auto rifles and shotguns readily available in the U.S. but when you ask people what they have or what they recommend 99% of the time it's the same two answers. Semi-auto rifles and pump shotguns.
What problem does a semi-auto shotgun have that a semi-auto rifle not have? If the reliability is such a plus for pump action, why do we never hear about pump/lever action rifles or lever action shotguns?
People usually recommending pump action shotguns are bubbas who consider "Da sound od da shotgun pumping" to be a bonus.
Also magazine-fed shotguns have the problem of the shells deforming when stored long term. A tube fed semi-auto doesn't have this problem, but if you're modern enough to get a tube fed, you're probably going to just make the jump to a rifle because 3x capacity.
find a flaw