Post your slavshit cartridge firearms
I love these threads
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D'awwww I think its the right pic
Can these guys defend themselves from an invasion from a country like the USA/Russia/china?
I imagine they would immediately go to ground and just get working on an insurgency
If Iran does have something like a 'doctrine' for fighting against the US, it'd go:
1. Burn your uniforms
2. Start burying AKs
3. Start digging tunnels
I was thinking about buying a semi/bolt action rifle as a first gun, and trying to decide on which chambering I should get based on effective range v.s. cost. Mainly thinking about 5.56x45mm (AR most likely in this case), 7.62x51mm, .300 Win Mag, or .338 Lapua Mag.
I'm mainly thinking about it for target shooting and maybe (but very unlikely) hunting.
For the general first question, is this the first gun you will have shot or the first to buy? And how much experience do you have shooting already? I can already tell you .330 WM and .338 LM are out of the question for a first gun.
Savage axis chambered in .308 Winchester. It's a 300 dollar gun that will do well against any game in North America (although a bit low for brown bears).
No reason to get a Lapua unless you know you're going brown bear hunting in Alaska.
A Raging bull and Desert eagle duel wield. Discuss
Are hipoints really bad or is this another k meme? I may be looking to buy a hipoint 45 from a local pawn shop.
What's up /k/? Just picked up pick related from the local ffl for two reasons: it was on sale for 80 bucks and I have a plan for it. I want to tacticool the shit out of it for shiggles. Any ideas? I already want to put a tactical stock with pistol grip on it but I want to go full retard on it.
Also, can anyone confirm if I can replace the original magazine tube for an extended one? The Google has me lead to believe I can only nigger-rig it if I want it to hold more than two rounds.
>Also, can anyone confirm if I can replace the original magazine tube for an extended one?
Take off the barrel. If you don't know how, learn how, google it, then do it.
Look at how the mag and barrel relate. A longer mag tube wouldn't fit with the original unmodified barrel.
It would be possible to get the barrel replaced or modified, to allow for a longer mag in your gun, but it would be cheaper to sell your mav88 and buy one of the models that's higher capacity...
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I own a few guns, but dont have the money or space to buy a safe or fancy cabinet. Currently storing them in Hard cases under my bed. Besides oiling them up, anything else i can do to fight rust during long term storage? thinking of buying one of these silicone gun socks (pic related), i hear they keep moisture out. any other methods that can help?
I use those silicone gun socks and they are absolute life savers. I live in an incredibly humid area where guns with poor/average finishes will develop surface rust overnight very easily (have had it happen to an SMLE and a O/U shotgun). With these socks and some gun oil though I have never had a problem.
Also silicon spray. I have to leave my guns for ~3 months at a time and I always soak them in this shit, just have to wipe it off when I get them out again but I've never even seen a speck of rust....
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nogunz and broke as fuck here. Want to buy a .22 without breaking the bank. The bank is VERY easy to break. What should I be looking at? Bolt action? Single shot? Is semi-auto totally out of the question if I want to stay cheap? Should I look at used? Is a pawn shop a bad idea?
What scope would be good.
Looking for variable from about 3 to about 12+ magnification.
Mine is a full auto TEC-9. What's yours /k/
Alright, I'm trying to get rid of my Taurus 9mm for a .45. Right now I'm torn between Springfield and Glock. I have about a $600 budget. I went and held both of these guns and I didn't have a problem with either. I need some pros and cons for both. As added info I'm eligible for the blue label program on the Glocks.
What do, /k/?
XD has a grip safety that is pointless and will get you killed. Blue label pricing on the Glock means you can get it, some Trijicon HDs, and an Apex extractor and still come in under budget.
Don't believe cucks who tell you a grip safety will kill you. I have an XDs .45 with thousands of rounds through it and zero times have I pulled the trigger on a full chamber and not heard a bang
What is the best ar-15 configuration?
14.5 carbine? 14.5 middy? 16 middy?
What's the most reliable config?
18" SPR master race.
Does anyone have experience with this gun?
For the most part this seems like a very appealing surplus gun, but I've read several people's accounts that claim they'll jam with heavy ammo and that they can't be carried with a round in the chamber for fear of an AD. Someone else claimed iffy reliability because they were originally chamber for 9mm Largo rather than 9mm Luger, which sounds fucking ludicrous. Any first hand accounts are welcome.
They work, but: Mags, firing pins, extractors. The gun is butter-soft.
No, being chambered for 9mm Largo doesn't make them any more reliable as a 9 x 19..
I'd use one if that's all I had, but I'd rather have a Colt.
>Someone else claimed iffy reliability because they were originally chamber for 9mm Largo rather than 9mm Luger, which sounds fucking ludicrous.
It's true. I had one and sold it for this exact reason, it was constantly jamming. Just save your money and get a 1911.
Not sure why the actual features weren't part of the image, but OK
They're a cult OP, the more questions you ask, the more questions there will be. Remember that time Kahr almost fucked over the entire firearms manufacturing industry? Me too anon, me too.
Always wanted one of these...
Ok. I got some shit for posting all of these the last time. Here's the new one. I'll post all 70+ in order if anyone wants or if you missed a few (and know which ones they are) just ask.
Bumping with the Smith wheel guns at least.