It only took me 15 minutes to walk into a store and buy this AR-15. Disgusting.
So what is it that made the optimum capacity of a revolver being 6? Seems to be some sort of unwritten rule and am curious as to why. From /pol/ and curious.
I know (((Leon Nagant))) made a 7 round one for the (((Soviet Union))).
It was the original revolver capacity going back to the 1850s, and was basically the 1850s version of a Tec-9 or Uzi given that all non-revolver pistols were still lolsingleshot. It's a design that has worked well from black powder through modern cartridges. There are ten shot .22lr target revolvers, but most people buying revolvers are getting them in .38 special / .357 magnum or larger so six shots is still a simple, durable design with plenty of punch.
its the fairest compromise between size, structure, materials, ergonomics and firepower.
anything bigger becomes too fucking unwieldy, and if you try to add additional capacity without changing the frame, you jeopardize the safety and integrity of the weapon.
Is this rifle worth $1000? Ruger is charging a lot for new ones. I live in the people's republic of Maryland so getting an AR is kind of pointless.
Need something for coyotes
They tend to be a bit unreliable, not terribly accurate, and mags cost more than they should, but if you're in a state that cucked the AR and you really want semi auto .223 it's probably your best bet.
no theyre literally fucking inferior to AR-15s. their only redeeming feature is looking cool and being featureless, so if you were going to get a mini 14 in the first place dont get it in a garbage polymer stock. afaik Maryland's AWB is pretty lenient too, so you can get an AR that isn't completely retarded anyway for almost half the price.
Thoughts on this guy?
has he knowledge of his topics or is he merely talking out of his ass?
Why can't /k/ admit that both of these guns are inferior to more modern options?
Hi /k/, new fag here - I'm interested in getting into muzzleloaders but I'm not sure where to start. I'm in Canada (Ontario) if it helps.
Well, there are lots of different types of muzzle loaders, anon.
First, are you looking for a shotgun, a rifle, or a pistol.
Second, do you want a traditional style or a modern style.
Third, what's you optimum price range. (good traditional muzzle loaders go pretty high up).
As I understand, the longer the barrel, the higher the velocity of the bullet (to a certain extent ofc, I understand there's a point where additional barrel length doesn't improve velocity), so what is the shortest barrel length I should conceal carry for a 9mm semiauto? Or is the drop in fps negligible?
>I'm shooting someone with supersonic expanding lead projectiles
>not a nerf dart
Jesus Christ op how autistic are you? Its a fucking gun. If the barrel is longer than like a quarter inch I'm sure it'll work just fucking fine.
for a pistol it doesnt matter
your ballistics are going to be shit and your force transferred to target will be ass unless you get a large cal pistol which is hard to conceal.
what you're talking about is basically a nonissue in anything but rifles, and only has a real difference in the 16-24 inch range
What're some /k/ approved Youtubers?
Personally, I like Duelist1954 a lot. His videos are fun to watch,they're informative and he doesn't spend 20 minutes telling us unnecessary information. He tells us the important parts and shoots it a couple times. He shoots a lot of interesting guns aswell.
Hickok if you want to just kick back and listen to him talk for a while, rambles a lot but is informative.
MAC if you want to watch largely boring videos and him fanboy and shill over his favorite brands (ZQI, IWI). Still has some cool videos but seems like a cunt as a person.
AKOU if you want broken english and retarded AK fanboyism. He does cool torture tests but sometimes I think he's a bit too hard on the guns he tests, having some unrealistic expectations. That said he brought the arsenal...
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tnoutdoors9 for awesome scientific tests of ammunition, very informative, raw data.
colion noir for well articulated although very emotionally charged (especially as of late) discourse on gun rights, with some reviews of gucci guns peppered in there along with METAPHORS METAPHORS METAPHORS
Polenar - slav squatting the channel. also doesnt seem to make any videos anymore.
top gun tori - asian/white waifu posts videos of her shooting way better than anyone here ever will
I'm about to buy a glawk.
I've shot gen 3 couple of times, seems to be okay. Every owner of gen 3 i've met says gen 4 sucks while they do no got into details.
Why, what's wrong with gen 4 of glocks?
When the gen4's first came out they had some brass to face problems which were fixed with a slightly different extractor. Allegedly some people had jamming problems with early gen4's as well.
diehard gen3 fans will say the trigger in gen4 sucks and that the double spring system is unnecessary. The double spring is totally unnecessary but I feel it does lessen felt recoil.
Basically comes down to what grip texture and what trigger you like better, I personally think the gen4 trigger is...
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Post YFW MGS2s VR training becomes reality.
I've had extensive training - the kind that's indistinguishable from the real thing.
Sneaking Mission 60.
What's up /k/, if you had to choose between a Daewoo K1A1 or an F2000 which one would you get?
I live in South Africa and have a chance to get one or the other, right now all I have is a cheap Llama 1911.
Fishgun / F2000 no question. They're going to be incredibly collectable since the production run stopped and are really unique.
K1A1 is what I'm expecting most to say as they have great aftermarket support here in the US.
Hi /k/, I want to know about medieval warfare and logistics. how fortifications and outposts were distributed on an area with ongoing conflicts?
I only know a little bit about 17th century warfare, so that is all I can tell you:
You had a shitton of auxillaries (usually ethnic minorities and criminals and whatnot) who were pushing carts just behind the regular military.
It's not uncommon that when entire armies got ambushed, the logistics would get lost or cut off or whatever and that armies were withouth suplies.
It varies based on place and time period, medieval can go from wood forts to massive stone fortifications. Give a place and smaller time period since different places used different tactics and fortifications.
Guess i should check the singular history of every territory I'm interested in then.
but how worked the command chain? Was every Group of personnel fundamentally independant from the others?
clark county just adopted microstamping for their new safe handgun roster
Why don't modern LMGs have a barrel change system that would allow for a lighter barrel for firing on the move, and then a heavy barrel for prolonged engagements where overheating/long range accuracy is an issue?
I hear a lot of hate for BF1, with most complaints being that the gameplay will be BF4 with a WW1 skin complete with faux assault rifles. How justified is this complaint? What are some arguments in its favor and against it?
I would think it'd mostly be bolt actions with vehicle mounted and maybe some basic shit, but definitely not a proliferation of automatic weapons.
So, wait, it's the same shit as always? I was hoping they'd make it a much slower type of game where cover is of absolute importance and every shot counts rather than sprinting and rooty-tootin' your way around the Battlefield(TM).