Ask a guy whose been waiting 20 minutes for this box of .22lr anything.
Funny thing is I've already called the store and asked for an associate. Guess I'll be "that guy" and call again.
>wasting time with .22lr
There's a reason I have my 10/22 sitting in the corner of my room with the action packed full of axle grease, the bore oiled down, and the stock waxed.
Last time I paid for .22lr, it was around $40 for a box of Automatch.
Meanwhile, .223/5.56 is still plentiful and cheap as always.
>over 7c/r after tax
and this is why I always tell people that they may as well buy a high speed pellet rifle for plinking fun
or else jump up to ~20-25c/r centerfire
I just can't get excited about 22lr any more.
If you were a broke college student in Canada
who is about to get a restricted license and
wants to buy a pistol ASAP before they're
banned would you buy any of these?
Keep in mind I don't have much of a budget
$400 is about the max.
Is it worth it? Will i lose a hand?
Holy Jesus /k/ I'm high as fuck and need to past the time. How about a wild west thread?
If you were armed with this pistol would you feel comfortable in a defensive situation?
I'd be more comfortable with something I'd shot before, but I wouldn't be terribly uncomfortable.
There's a lot of handfun elitism here, but at the end of the day, almost all of them will go boom.
What is your favorite 22lr rifle?
What do you do with your plinkers?
What would you guys recommend as a decent resetting steel target for 22lr rifle shooting? (50yrds)
How are non accutrigger savages like pic related?
How are Marlin xt-22 rifles?
How is the new Ruger American Rimfire?
The Armee de l'Air doesn't release op videos that often, so it's kind of a treat.
can we have a compact/ subcompact handgun thread?
>british police don't have guns
They look cool
Met looks neat
>Statist Armed Enforcement Division have plate carriers, SBRs and pistols
>Regular people can't even own centre fire semi-auto rifles
Yup, great country I live in.
Can I get an ID on this optic?
Looks like a section of piping to me. Why the hexagonal ends? is i just a peep sight with an adjustable aperture?
I hate starting new threads over stupid shit like this but I have searched the text and translated until I was blue in the face. Author was by Dave Merrill from BreachBangClear/MilCopp Tactical
It's a Single Point OEG (or a close copy). Really old, Vietnam era red dot design.
The photo, with it's puesdo-septa filter, GI flashlight, ALICE pouch, bolted on A1 grip and A1-ish stock, and straight mag is obviously trying to evoke a Vietnam era-ish look.
Ok so here is the deal, I want to know if it is LEGAL to own an;
AR pistol with a Sig Brace WITHOUT a bullet button?
As far as I know, a bullet button is only required on Rifles not pistols.
No. Unfortunately its the 'detachable magazine' that would make it an assault weapon according to the law.
However, if you build an 80% lower, stamp the word 'pistol' on it, along with a made up serial number, build it to your specs you should be fine.
As for the bullet button, get one of these:
It fits the letter of the law, but offers the exact functionality you want.
Why didn't the Star Wars Galaxy ever develop projectile weapons?
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Good evening, /k/, I'm not sure it deserves its own thread, but I felt like sharing this small video of our latest strike against ISIS.
Footage of stuff getting blown up to smithereens is always relevant.
https://www facebook com/armeefrancaise/videos/934872343225158/
Apply dots where necessary.
Pic is unrelated eye candy. Plus my fucking finger.
Hey frenchfag, I'm sure the VBCI does fine in open flat terrain
But what about outside that? Mountainous rocky terrain, wet boggy terrain?
I just have doubts about moving to an all wheeled armored vehicle philosophy, and making them as heavy as they're getting with up to 32t distributed across 8x8 wheels
I tried to answer that but I was too late !
I'll add that it behave well in Afghanistan, though it suffered at first because they up-armoured it without haveing strengthened the suspensions. It's fine now.
In general, I'm more of a tracks guy, so...
What can we, collectively as a board, do to help fight ISIS?