Sounds from inside the bataclan:
Full auto, or multiple shooters shooting semi at once?
Personally, I think it sounds like full auto.
Gunmen have taken over a US owned hotel in Mali with 170 hotels popular with Western and Chinese expatiates.
Approximately at least 10 gunmen. Shots fired.
Back in 2013, French forces liberated Mali from Islamic terrorists before handing over security to other African nations and later a UN organised force.
Why does anybody need guns when they can defend their homes with this?
>He said it was from a wish blade.
The fuck's a wish blade? It's clearly some shitty Victorinox in the video.
I've never seen this covered in any WW2 documentary but I'm curious enough to wonder what happen to this during the late stages of the second world war?
I'm assuming it was leveled like everything else.
Parts of it. The main rostrum still exists, without the nazi symbols.
There is a long discussion in the city of Nürnberg what to do with the remaining structures. Eiter to preserve them as some kind of monument or to destroy them, as they are not cheap to maintain.
For further information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_party_rally_grounds
Funny enough, many of these monuments were made under the theory of "ruin value". According to this idea, monuments should be designed to produce aesthetically acceptable ruins thousands of years in the future, Roman style.
Looking to build an AR15.
Want to keep it below 900$ if at all possible.
The only things I would be picky about would be the grip, rail, and stock.
Other than that I don't care who makes it as long as it's quality but won't rape my bank like Trijicon does to people.
What is a reliable SHTF/Range AR for under $900 that I can piece together ( no experience but hey, Youtube)
Let's say I overpower a threat. Theoretically, what is the most effective way to "kneecap" them, and which caliber round would do the most damage, leading to either a permanent handicap, or need to have that half leg removed? Yes. I am fucked in the head when it comes to my defense contingency plans.
giving someone a handicap = immediate (and likely successful) civil lawsuit from them
if someone is coming at you, end their life. This way their family has to sue you in civil court and a successful case there is less likely
Shotguns for winter Temperature use / security job.
I picked up a small security job up in Alaska at an oil pumping station and they prefer their guards have a decent shotgun for the various wildlife encounters handy. Never owned a shotgun in my life so this will be a first. (Bolt action owner)
Signing I got about $600 to use for any hottie of my pick. what's a good idea to start looking at?
General shotgun thread.
I picked up a Mossberg 500 tactical 8 shot for a few hundred.
The thing kicks ass, never had a problem.
Tons of after parts for it, and it's a great 12g when dropped down with the pistol grip.
Grab yourself one of those
I've been looking into niche shotguns trying to piss off the local fudd gun club members (they complained my friend's shotgun with a 18.5" barrel was "too loud"), and came across the mossberg 395kb (pictured).
It's a smooth bore bolt action with a a detachable magazine, which made me curious: why aren't they more popular? A 395kb is averaging less than $200, and given that bolt actions can be less mechanically complex [cheaper to make] than any other entry level shotgun, and therefore are cheap enough to make a decent my-first-gun, why...
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They're kinda slow to use. They're ok though, a pump is better. If you just want something different then it's a fine cheap gun.
They're not really. People either buy double/triple barrels or lever-actions. I've seen one or two people hunt pigs with bolt action shotguns but they're by no means popular.
I've never been to a gunsmith, but am thinking of getting some work done. How do they usually charge? Mine has a per hour shop fee along with the services seeked.Is this normal?
>mfw it may cost several hundred dollars for a basic tune up
>pic not related
Why arent flight suits just standard issue for infantry?
Seems like it would effectively cover you and snag less on gear or environment
Besides the difficulty taking a shit what are the down sides that Im missing
>not shitting completely naked
So /k/, I'm turning 21 soon and that means I'll be able to legally purchase a handgun and conceal carry in my state.
What handgun would you recommend? I'd want something that's easy to shoot, reliable and would take someone down who was coming at me relatively fast. It'll probably sit in my closet 99% of the time unless I practice shooting it, but I feel like it's a useful thing to have and know how to use.
most handguns fit what you're looking for here. What's important is to get out there and actually shoot a few handguns, pick the one that feels best, the one you are most accurate with, something intuitive, with which you can draw and shoot quickly and effectively. Everyone is different. That said I'm a lefty and I CC a full size Remington 1911R1
I planned on shooting a few, shitloads of gunshops with ranges with me. I was just wondering if anyone had any preferences when it comes to them.
Should I buy a higher caliber than 9mm? Or can that take down someone pretty fast? I've seen videos of people taking them like they aren't shit and if some crazy mother fucker is trying to kill me I don't want to have to worry about that.
Hey /k/, what's your opinion of this? Fiddled with it in the store today, seems pretty good. Was considering the Walther PPQ M2 but they only had it in .45 or .40(?). Not a bad price ($700), and looks good.
Any issues or complaints?
My dad picked one up about a month ago. If you look around you can find em for about $625, and that's with 3 mags, which cost $50 separately. We've put over 1000 rounds through it and not one malfunction. I haven't shot a whole lot of striker-fired guns, but the VP9 has, bar-none, the best trigger I've shot yet. In addition, fully customizable handgrip. Its really comfy.
I like it more than most strikers. 700? What kind of jew shop sells a vp9 for 700..... I have seen LE versions (night sights + extra mag) go for 700....
I really like the paddle mag release, and the PPQ and VP9 are so similar that's why I prefer the VP9 over it.
other than that....... same gun pretty much
I would not get anything in 40 or 45 that is striker but obv that's my own opinion and if you like those I really enjoyed shooting the PPQ (just the vp9 more)
>completely new rifle comes onto the market
>CAN ACCEPT X FROM THE AR15
Why do people hate hi point firearms? Are they low quality or something else I'm not getting here?
They're unergonomic as fuck and have a reputation for being used as cheap beater guns by gang members to commit murders.
In other words, they're generally not guns that shooting enthusiasts would buy for anything but pure novelty.
I'll take the bait.
Basically the only reason to ever purchase a hipoint is if you literally can't afford anything else, and absolutely need a gun as soon as possible. If you're not in dire need of a gun, save up an extra one or two hundred dollars and buy something actually worth owning.
hey /k/ check it out, i received this pistol as an early christmas gift from my dad since i've been working at a gun range for the last week and a half. i was wondering your opinion on it, i ran 200 rounds through it today of some 9mm 124 grain rounds from freedom munitions and although i had constant stovepipe malfunctions for the first couple rounds i shot, after i oiled and cleaned the gun after it had not been shot for atleast a year and a half i had no problems for the rest of the ammunition. It's a pretty big gun and it's rather heavy but it fits well in...
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