Remind me again why 9mm is considered enough for self defense but .32 acp caliber guns are considered mouse guns only?
What I gather from this is that if you CC anything but a shotgun or rifle you're retarded.
Given the amount of evidence to the contrary, we can assume that something is amiss. Maybe the fact that this information doesn't even remotely match the information provided by the FBI, and no source is provided.
Statistics like this are laughably flawed and totally worthless.
The torso and head are not singular objects, they are containers that house many objects. The specific structures which are hit by the penetrating projectile are what determine physiological incapacitation occurring or not.
he says himself that he doubts the accuracy of the data on .25 .32 and .45 because he didnt have enough data. but, yes, in general most handgun calibers incapacitate at about the same rate
To the /k/ommando selling his M39 on Armslist.
I emailed you and wanted to buy your rifle. You never replied.
I just picked up a '44 VKT. Pic related.
Email people trying to buy your guns. Kind of the point of listing them online.
Also general mosin thread.
Anyone got the 2015 /k/lass photo?
Also /k/ ylyl thread.
Does it really give cancer?
find a flaw
Is this a flying massive turd nowadays?
Help, I need to get into this safe without damaging it. Its a cannon wide door in pic related. Any default codes or something to get me in?
What's the purpose of single shot shotguns /k/?
ok, so i'm looking into building/buying a long range semi-auto rifle. what would be the most accurate semi-auto platform on the market for either 5.56 or .308?
>considering pic related
Do they have a real purpose in a modern military? Or they just tradition for the sake of tradition. For the folks who say it enforces discipline, do you have actual statistics backing this up?
Ignoring performance, what's your favorite muzzle device, /k/? What's the coolest?
Sup /k/, I am looking for decent air warfare movies, not necessarily focused on it, it can be just a background thing. Old or new, I don`t care.
Also, something for you guys - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjXr9Nj5ZbI
I found it nice.
This is from a brit on /int/
The Chancellor will announce that the UK will order 138 F-35Bs as part of the Spending Review
This is WAY more than most people were expecting, a few days ago the speculation was an order between 16 and 48. The F-35s are in addition to three extra Typhoon squadrons, meaning the RAF will be much larger than its French or German counterparts. There will be enough F-35 squadrons to fill both of the new aircraft carriers simultaneously while operating additional...
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Let's have a thread about the use of revolvers in WWI, WWII, and post WWII by anglo and soviet nations
Hello /k/. Just bought my first gun. Grew up around guns shooting with friends and senpai but my parents didn't like guns so I never have owned one. Wanted to get a concealed carry / self defense gun. Always been better with revolvers than pistols. D..did I do good senpai?
In the off chance this isn't-- assuming you got a good deal, sure you did fine. Not a particularly fun gun to shoot, but they work fine and are good CC pieces. Moon clips suck for reloading outside of a range setting IMO (not good way to carry them in street clothes) but it's a snub nose revolver hopefully you don't find yourself having to reload outside of a range setting.