Do they count as operators?
The jews wanted them anyway.
>/k/ goes to church
>gets mistaken for Chechen from beard and shot.
/k/ runs a church
Identify the revolvers used for 5 Internets.
Why do WWII military rifles often shoot high? Pic-related is my Finnish M39. It shoots about 8"-12" high at 100 yards sighted at 150 meters, using 147gr Russian light ball. I know that the ammo is going to shoot a bit high since the rifle was sighted on 200gr bullets (the barrel is marked "D" for the D166-loaded cartridges), but not that high. I've heard similar stories with a lot of other rifles, especially the M39's though, like that soldiers in different armies were taught to aim at the enemy's belt buckle (bellybutton) to hit the center mass.
Not sure about all WWII guns, but I've heard that the Finns purposely had it shoot high and told their soldiers to aim for the belt.
plus there is probably a significant difference in the ammo
Where would a faggot ass /k/anadian be able to get his nugget bolt bent for a scope? Should I just learn to do it myself? Tips? Southern Ontario in case location mattered. Also, general Mosin thread.
You could buy a bent bolt body online somewhere. They run a few bucks but it's cheaper than paying for a gunsmith.
Also, how do you plan on mounting the scope without drilling and tapping? You might be better off buying an original PU sniper.
I have the rifle already I just want to put a pu scope on it. Is drilling and tapping really difficult/chance of fucking up the rifle high? Or is it something a book or youtube video can teach me?
Just bought one of these HERA chassis off ebay for my CZ. Put a spare buffer tube and stock on it.
What does /k/ think?
I ate nothing but fast food and red meat for a week straight. Didn't shit for like 9 days.
When the day came, I pressed and contorted until I felt my anus tear open.
When I looked in the toilet, the fucker looked remarkably similar in shape to your picture, OP.
Huh? My shipment of vodka and potatoes must have arrived
not gonna make it one of those unboxing threads so here's this shit
an authentic Altyn helmet
15 days after the SHTF, a sprawling mob from a nearby city is ransacking your rural town.
Your farmhouse isn't a fortress and you don't have nearly enough fire power. Do run out the back with a small backback and your rifle or do you try to beat the odds and protect your property.
Pic sort of related. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44vzMNG2fZc
I live in a rural agricultural district. Are you kidding me? Everyone here owns guns and uses them regularly. Interesting enough property crime is near zero. It would be a massacre of a random mob if they tried to ransack homes here.
You have to start a militia in your area for cheap. for ease of training, your militia needs to have matching gear. which pistol/rifle combo do you equip with?
things to consider:
these are blue collar citizens, who cannot afford 1500+ guns AND ammo.
the will be defending themselves against local police, then national guard, then military
time is limited, you probably only have a day or two to train them on shooting and maintenance. some of these people have never shot a gun.
Model: Squires Bingham M-16
Caliber: .22 LR
>hur dur my muhlisha
>fight for the people
training antigun libs in a day or 2 is unrealistic.
Tell me why this should or shouldn't be my first handgun.
Ahahahaha the first 2 minutes is /k/ as fuck.
I've been looking into buying my own firearm for a while now (19 and living in Maryland, fun guns are off limits and I'd have to have my father or my Brother-in-law buy any handgun to be transferred to me) and believe I have found a fit with the M1A SOCOM 16".
I feel like there is enough third party gear for me to make it a general purpose rifle, and of course I'd make a trip to PA for a C-Mag.
So, what do my fellow /k/ommandos think of this decision?
am i doing this right?
I need to know what gun to get please I don't care what model or what year or what locationbI just want to know what gun to get so I can feel safe and secure from the crazy evil people around me.
Please I don't feel safe and it is getting worse I just want to know what gun to get and carry so I can finally sleep without my mind telling me to wake up because of water dripping but there is no water dripping because I removed the handles every knight so I don't get distracted from sleep.
I feel like I'm in trouble.
I can't handle the stress and the fear from every day to day by a by day now.
I can't handle sleep well anymore for the past several years and the only time I sleep is whenever I dose off alone in my home from normal day.
I'm unable to fall asleep before ten and I always sleep by 3:00 or 4:00 but I get up random times but I don't remember sleeping or anything.
It just feels every day is like the end of the day but it doesn't...
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sounds like you need some antipsycotic meds, not a gun. defiantly not a gun.
Oftentimes, in the gun ownership debate, I'm confronted by people who pull out sources from their asses on either side. Here I will provide you all with an in-depth look at the FBI's data pertaining to violent crime in the United States, especially pertaining to firearms. This isn't necessarily about gun control, but rather, the effect that this has on violent crime rates in the United States. As such this is very relevant to weapons, as we're observing the effects of firearm ownership on a large scale. In this thread, I will provide data that very effectively demonstrates that gun ownership has very little, if any, correlation with violent crime, and that variables such as population density and poverty are far better predictors of violent crime. When incorporated with the very basic argument that one should have the right to defend oneself, however, the data supports an opinion heavily in favor of private firearm ownership of all types, and all sorts of carry laws. If providing this data to someone turns them to shifting the goalposts, you probably can't reason with them, but try to remain reasonable. This is very compelling, transparent data from a very reputable source (the FBI) that does not actually benefit or suffer from policy pertaining to firearms.
First we have the following link to the FBI's analysis of violent crime rates between 1990 and 2011.
Viewing this table, one may observe a very steady decline in violent crime between the years 1992 and 2011 on the federal level. While many people would have you believe that violent crime is "on the rise", violent crimes of all types have actually been on a dramatic decline. The only reason they would argue otherwise is for supporting their agendas. In 1992, the violent crime rate was ~757 per 100,000 people; in 2011, it was ~386. Even with the introduction of the Federal Assault Weapons ban in the mid-1990s and its expiration in the early 2000s, the decline has remained fairly steady. Things are going very well, to be blunt, and will likely continue to do so. IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO POINT OUT THAT ANYONE USING DATA ON "GUN VIOLENCE" IS CHERRYPICKING, AS ANY COMMON SENSE WOULD INDICATE THAT HIGHER AVAILABILITY OF FIREARMS WOULD INCREASE THEIR USAGE IN THE COMMISSION OF CRIME. We must look at violent crime as a holistic concept to understand where correlations actually lie. We will dispel the idea that firearm possession increases violent crime rates soon in this analysis.
Next we have the FBI's analysis of the implements used in violent crimes:
Please keep in mind that there are firearms used in crimes of which the types are not stated; however, this is very scientifically-valid and well-done analysis. In this analysis, we see that by far pistols make up the vast majority of firearms used in the commission of a homicide. This is contrary to the common narrative that ownership of "assault rifles" is a growing crisis in the realm of violent crime. "Assault rifles" by most people's definitions are semi-automatic rifles meeting certain cosmetic traits which have little impact on the rifle's function; the AR-15 is a commonly-cited example. They are not automatic. According to the analysis performed by the FBI, rifles actually consist a much smaller proportion of firearms used in the commission of homicides than pistols- in 2011, rifles were used in 356 commissions of homicide whereas pistols were used in 8,583 commissions of homicide. Keep in mind that an AR-15 is only a subset of the "rifle" category. Also, the rate of homicides committed with any firearm has been on a steady decline despite numerous complaints about "mass shootings". To put things in perspective, knives/cutting instruments consisted the weapons used in 1,694 commissions of homicide in 2011: this is more than twice the number of homicides committed with cutting instruments than with both rifles of all types and shotguns of all types combined. Rifles and shotguns of all kinds are essentially a non-issue: hands, fists, feet, and other "personal weapons" were used more in 2011 than both all types of shotguns and all types of rifles.
But what about handguns? To understand the issue of crimes committed with handguns, we must understand why they are so often used: they are cheap when
available, and more importantly are very easy to conceal. Numerous territories such as New Jersey, New York, California, Illinois, and the District of
Columbia have made obtaining and legally carrying them very difficult. In New Jersey, one must acquire a pistol purchase permit for each pistol one desires
to purchase. If they request the laws, you can just Google them: the overall idea is that many regions...
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