Alright /k/ help a californian out.
Just saw a thread about someone considering buying an 80% on amazon and that reminded me that they exist in the first place. So /k/ where can I go to get all the necessary and budget smart parts for my own 80% build? That includes jigs and upper recievers too.
if your not a complete muppet its easy to build an 80 see this complete piece of shit and affront to any machinist. it was built with a dremel and a power drill and it functioned
Does anyone here have any knowledge of the US Air National Guard?
I'm a high school senior right now and I'm thinking about enlisting now serving through college. Should I wait until I finish college and enter as an officer, or is the whole thing just a bad idea?
Pic related- My home state flying /k/'s favorite plane
What's a good non-AR pattern 9mm carbine/PDW/pistol?
The Nitescout 9mm fits the criteria, but I'm expanding my options. Are there any more affordable 9mm AK variants? All I've seen is the AKX9 and that's way more than I'd pay for a 9mm rifle.
Define affordable. Kit made sten guns are about $6-700. I want one, but I don't know if a gun made from literal pipes is worth that much, much less one that is semi auto only and with dumbass nfa laws.
I've been thinking about one of these. Why not a 9mm AR though? Any particular reason op?
What type of Lee Enfield should I get?
Looking for a rifle that's accurate and looks aesthetic.
You're about to march off and fight in the American Civil War/War Of Northern Agression. What do you arm yourself with before you leave?
Hey /k/ I am looking to buy my first handgun and was looking at some berettas I found one of these for $560 is that a pretty good deal? Is there anything else I should possibly look at for a first buy? I'm not really looking for any larger calibers either.
its average price
if your are dead set on a 92 cause movies etc get one but there are many more handgun choices in that price range that arent as large and bulky while holding the same amount or more of bullets. im not going to say its heavy people always say that they are heavy but its only average.
go to a store hold everything buy what feels best
Thanks I actually own a .32 but I got it from my father I just wanted to actually buy something to have and to be honest I just like the way they look I have rather large hands so I think it would fit my hand well I've shot it before and I've enjoyed it but have not looked at anything else.
Is it possible for a civilian to be more proficient with a firearm in combat situations than a trained member of the military?
Would attaching a Sig Arm Brace to a Bradley Port Firing Weapon and using the brace as intended turn the PFW into a viable close quarters weapon?
Handheld BRRRT for clearing rooms.
Just found out that my country still uses the old M60(but they are being fast replaced by the leo2)
Is the M60 still a capable/useful MBT by today standarts?
did some soldiers actually prefer inferior ww2 weapons during vietnam wars? if so, was it because of the nostalgia?
I have been in the French foreign legion for 1.5 years.
You can ask questions if you wish.
Post BOPE things.
Post examples of Brazil being a shithole when BOPE doesn't intervene.
How does /K/ manage ammo? Do you buy as you shoot or do you buy a few boxed here and there and have a long practice session? And how do you afford it as well.
>have 2 different stashes that I feed every now and then
>stash 1 is for people
>stash 2 is for paper and other assorted shit
>only use stash 2 for plinking
>also be greedy and always look for the best deals when ever I can find them
>3 years after sandy hook
>still no .22lr in most stores
>scalpers still getting $50 a brick
Here in CA in gun control land (SF Peninsula) the both Big 5 in Redwood City and the Dick's in South SF are selling 550 round boxes for $25 until Christmas. I don't think they'll sell out as right now they'll let you buy a box every three days now (down from one/week).
huh I'm in central Texas and I've seen .22lr twice in the past year in a half. I bought a brand new 10/22 3 years ago that I've shot twice. It's saddening. On gunbot I can never find anything less than .10 cents a round.
Not the time of year for manufacturing .22lr. Manufacturers are running the fraction of the employees they once did. Outside military contracts there's popular hunting loads people stock up on this time of year.
And stop trying to buy at Wal-Mart. Those motherfuckers dont know shit about ordering. Many of the sporting goods chain stores are compelled not to buy ammo From corporate for political reasons.
Chinese J-11 and Thai Gripen in joint excercise.