Welcome back, Operator Chan!
>inb4 NOT /k/ WAARRGH
ONE WEEK REMAINING!
This is a one-day shoot out in a spot we scouted out previously in Panoche Hills.
Here are the particulars:
DATE: November 7th, 2015
TIME: 7:30 AM
ADDRESS: 46378 W Panoche Rd, Firebaugh, in the Subway parking lot.
I don't expect everyone to get up at the asscrack of dawn to get there at 7, but if you're in the area or want to help set up, it'd be great.
DIRECTIONS TO THE SPOT: Drive down W Panoche Rd, past the Subway where we're meeting. Continue down until the road ends. (It turns into private property, there are buildings around.) Turn left onto Panoche Rd proper. Continue driving for approx. two minutes until you see a circular parking lot on the right side overlooking the dry riverbed and a large, flat basin. Pic will be provided.
BULLSHIT: We will be needing tables, chairs, tarps, and food. Two people are confirmed for bringing grills, so charcoal, burgers, hot dogs, and accessories would be welcome. I have a burn permit.
Tannerite, lead, and clays are okay, and although my clay launcher -still- hasn't come in, we should have somebody else arriving with one, trap shooting is still on the menu.
If anybody's scared about getting pinched, for tannerite, I'll mix it for you.
Bring tunes, targets, and trash bags.
(Somebody's also bringing a box of cigars, someone pick up eyepatches for dank memes.)
EMAIL LIST AND SLACK
To get on the email list, reply to this post with your burner. I'll add you and send you an invite to our Slack. (It's pretty much a mini-chan.) where we discuss bullshit and carpooling.
If Slack doesn't tickle your dick, don't accept the invite. I'll still be sending out the information via email.
Pic is the parking area mentioned above.
Finally you hold a /K/alifornia meetup and it's the better part of a thousand miles from me.
Oh well. I don't care. I'll just sit here and fondle my guns all by myself. I am a ROCK! I am an ISLAND!
/bursts into tears
Today is the day Canada, I hope you all remembered to plan your boating trip the numbers aren't looking good.
Today is our federal election. The current government can be considered relatively friendly to firearms owners, but the other two main parties are not. The current government is the subject of a very coordinated media and activism campaign aimed at making sure it looses power.
The polls are projecting that this will happen.
Our gun ownership has never been guaranteed, but for the last four years it has not been in jeopardy. Today this could very well change.
I have been dreading this all summer.
i just found out this is a thing. i'm considering buying one, but i want to know if it's shit or not. has anyone fucked around with one? is it worth it?
They're fine mechanically. Finish isn't the best but it's not bad. Lots of fun to slamfire.
So long as you don't overpay for one I highly recommend them, along with their 1887 lever shotgun clone.
Syrians easily decoded Russian jets radio :
>Mother Russia tech at it finest
Showing your (meagre) SIGINT capabilities on youtube seems like a nice way to get the russians to change tactics. If I had the capability to listen to what my enemy has to say, I wouldn't throw the opportunity through the window just so I can boast in the internet about it.
Does anyone own, or has anyone used any Sako rifles? Looking at buying a Sako 85.. trying to find some opinions on them
Very good rifles.
But you can get a good rifle for less money if you buy Japanese. The Howa 1500 is sold under like 10 different brand names, they're solid guns for a good price.
If you're on a tight budget go with the Howa, if not go with the Sako.
I was wandering for lack of a better phrase;
"If I join the military, will it hold me back or hinder me legally or otherwise in the future?"
I just came back from the movie "The Martian" [warning spoiler alert] and when commander lewis is describing the plan to rescue watney she comments that the other astronauts will probably be excluded from future missions for the mutiny whereas her and Martinez will be court martialed for their involvement.
I was wondering if military service will have other repercussions in life like,...
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No, unless the world goes cold war 2.0, you wont be excluded from entering places based solely on your mil service.
If it does, it wont be your mil service that stops you, but the fact that you are a westerner.
In the US military depending on your commander and job, you may not be permitted to travel to certain countries. Especially Muslim ones.
This is only while serving though. Once you're out you can do whatever.
Hey /k/, how many years have you served in the military?
7 years in chairborne, xbox 360 division, 420th regiment, got deployed to CoD, got my cib and cab, a bronze star in MoH warfighter and even a distinguished Service in Halo. But my last 2 pumps in Rainbow6 really fucked me up. That carpel tunnel man. It's a bitch
Here's the deal /k/. I live in Australia, the land of no fun, and have finally gone through all the fuckery to get my firearms license (for range shooting). I know which safe I'm getting, and I know a .22 is a good place to start (I wanna start with a rifle), whats a good first gun that's legal in Australia for about $400 AUD?
Basically everything is classed as an "Assault Weapon". I kind of want a Mosin (which is legal) but I'm not sure if its a good first gun.
With LAVs having equaled or outdone the weight of IFVs what then is their point now?
>Patria AMV: 27t
>LAV 6.0: 28t
>Piranha V: 30t
>multiple loud bangs at door
>sound of something breaking
>grab and rack rifle
>mfw it's just drunk roommate
Have done that with a roommates girlfriend. Nothing like standing in the living room at 3AM with a confused semi drunk roommate and his semi nervous girlfriend ejecting shells form your shotgun onto the floor.
I know I'm not the only one who religiously cleans their guns after shooting. I see my handgun as a tool and treat it as such, but I also keep it cleaned and oiled.
I recently went shooting with my buddy who's handgun (Glock 19) was filthy. He said he "enjoys" the gritty trigger pull and has no interest in cleaning his gun completely. He has the same idea that his gun is a tool, but differs in that he doesn't care to keep it clean.
Every so often I will take my gun down to the bones and clean every part.
What do you think /k/?
>Every so often I will take my gun down to the bones and clean every part.
>What do you think /k/?
i do the same thing and i've never had a problem.
Can we have a DIY/tutorial thread? Gun projects, survival, 'splodies, whatever.
>Talk to guy who fixes my furnace about guns sometimes
>Says he's a big gun guy and I ask him to bring over one of his coolest funs
>Yesterday, he brings one over.
>I am expecting something like a tactical savage or a Hi-Point carbine
>He gets it out of his truck
>Dude brings in a long tan Pelican case and lays it down on my counter
>"Wow, quite the...
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>Talk to guy who fixes my furnace
>Probably a $2K scope
>Shows me pics of his custom made AR
i think it's safe to say that there is a reason he has to keep fixing your furnace
How's this, I like that it loosk cyberpunk.