whats the best poorfag pistol ? preferably in 9mm
>plz no high point
thank you desu
anyone on /k/ have a s&w ? they are pretty cheap
Hey /k/ i forgot the laws for making a your own gun in the United States and also I'm curious what are some other countries laws on this?
The law is that you are not allowed to make shitty homemade guns. It must at least be able to fire 1000 times without breaking, hit precisely at at least 50 feet, may not fail to go into battery, not jam after 200 shots without cleaning and must be safe to fire.
A good and totally legal weapon is the pipe shotgun, since it is pretty durable and the only moving parts are those, which you move yourself.
Some people also managed to make full auto .22s or pistols which were legal.
In most countries it...
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What the fuck is this bullshit.
At the federal level, as long as it doesn't fall under the NFA (full auto, open bolt, short barrel rifle/shotgun, AOW, etc) you can pretty much make whatever you like. Your local state laws however may vary and they may have certain restrictions. YOU MAY NOT build a firearm with the intent to sell or transfer it without the proper licensing. PLEASE CONTACT A LAWYER TO VERIFY: I believe you are allowed to transfer...
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head gear. ,gas masks, balaclava, masks etc...
>tfw want doggo disguise balaclava
>dont want to pay $45 for one
Swiss citizen here, i'd like to know if there's any way for me to do a gunsmith apprenticeship in the US.. it really matters to me because i really want to work on guns and there are no opportunities for me here in my home country.
also general Swiss firearms appreciation thread, here pictured, my Stgw 90 (sig 550) and my MG-71, basically an mg-42 made by rolex
So the Wayne LaPierre said that people should carry guns when they go to bars and clubs because of alcohol. But restaurants are okay. Like you can't get fucked up at a wine bar or from the drinks they bring to your table?
People can drive cars after having gone drinking, what makes guns so different? Bullshit.
Anons, it's come to my attention as a result of purchasing a Luger, that certain types of 9mm don't meet NATO spec, and therefore will not cycle some firearms (mainly Lugers)
Winchester's shit as usual, Monarch obviously doesn't cycle it, and so far the only thing I've gotten to work reliably is browning FMJ steel cased.
To everyone with Lugers, what kind of ammo do you feed yours?
Mine's using browning until I did something either cheaper or better.
Also, any ammo discussions we might have can go here as well.
how hard would it be to punch someone to death? i figured this was /k/ based if fists are considered weapons...are they?
The key is repetition. It will take forever, and it will fuck up your hands, but it can and has been done many, many times.
If you're going for body shots, try smashing in the kidneys.
If you're not dead-set on hands, heavy boots have a long recorded history of fucking people up.
Buy, sell, trade, dick around, etc.
Paste bin list of stores:
Missing from the pic is lagoon and galil
How much operating did he ACTUALLY do? I can't imagine the Coast Guard does any super highspeed stuff. However I am completely willing to be wrong. Is his praise/hate truly warranted? Bumping with Coasty pics.
I have a Glock 19C with a TLR-1 on it, and would like a good, reliable IWB holster.
does /k/ have any recommendations, or should I just keep the TLR on it when its on the night stand.
Someone has a thread asking if anyone has fought in recent wars. Instead of posting in the 111 reply thread full of shit, I'll start this one.
I fought in the GWOT in 2012 at Bagram for almost a year. The mission was counter ied/idf.
Ask me anything.
What tips would you give to a guy who's pretty shy and would sperg out/drop spaghetti upon meeting people with experience with guns/kommandos?
And how the fuck I don't spaghetti when I touch a gun for the first time?
Hey /k/, i asked this in /GQ/ but i figured I'd make my own thread. My mother and brother came to me today and told me they wanted to start prepping, we have a couple grand for supplies and they asked me to puck up a few more guns and teach them to shoot (right now we just have my ar and g19) as far as guns go, should i get a few more ars and glocks or are there better options? wheres the best place to pick up bulk ammo? Is there a legal restriction on how much you can buy? Thanks in advance /k/omrades. Also, prepping general i suppose.
ARs and 9mm Glocks are good. Common, fairly reliable, shoot standard ammo. Plus the recoil should be manageable even for your mom. Restrictions on ammo are essentially nil, except for some states don't let you mail order it. If your state does, you can order by the thousand. Find good prices on wikiarms or other meta-search sites.
I know that blued barrels (not chrome lined) corrode internally quicker than stainless steel barrels. How big of a deal is this if you want a rifle that will last 30+ years
Where does a man learn to shoot guns when all he's ever fired was a .22 revolver, has no friends that shoot and can't afford the classes?
Start on youtube with Jerry Miculek. Avoid old military tapes on how to shoot, they're cool as fuck but teach old and out-dated shit that you'll have to unlearn.
I was looking to pick up a reliable, accurate rifle for under $500. I found the SKS, but don't know much about it.
Is it a good choice to buy? Is there anything that is similar but better?
They're good rifles, but not worth the increased price. Unless you live in Canada where they still go for $200-250, then it's a good deal.
From what I've seen they're pretty tough, a decent little survival carbine if there ever was one.
i disagree. a semi auto 7.62x39 for around $400 USD vs WASRs which are currently $650+.
if caliber isnt a big deal then maybe something else, but for your budget, its either this or a cheap AR