Which self defense weapon will you use after the gun ban in the U.S.?
1) Bow and arrow
3) Throwing knives
4) Poison Darts
5) Ballistic Knives
Where were you when our worlds collided. Piano Man has said he carries from time to time but never actually shown.
Anyways, how can you truly be prepared for bugging out inna woods during the happening when you are out of shape? What are you doing to stay /fit/?
Just bought a new AR a few weeks ago and am ready to customize it. I was wondering if any of you could help me decide some good attachments for it.
I need the following
Here is my gun
how long do we have until they try to come after what optics we can put on guns?
All that butthurt about ballistic computer scopes was from hunters and the like who didn't like the idea of rich people from outta state sniping dem dar durr from 2km away.
Libfags don't know anything about optics on guns and its hard to really sell the idea that they make the assault-style murderguns that much worse.
Tomorrow I am finally going out to purchase my first firearm. I've gone to the range a decent number of times (10+) and have more experience with firearms than the average american (that isn't saying much), but nowhere near any sort of gun enthusiast level.
Anyways, the weapon I am buying is going to be a pistol for concealed carry, which I'm applying for.
I've looked over my options, and fired a few, and I think I like the M&P Shield the most. It feels great in my hand (with the pinky extender on the magazine) and...
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Just put some new grips on my S&W M69 .44 mag. Ain she a beaut?
Had it for about 2 months, put 3 or 4 hundred rounds through it.
Neva bin cleaned b4.
Looking to get into revolvers. I like how the rugers look, but the trigger definitely isn't as nice as a similar s&w (gp100 vs 686 or super Redhawk vs 629). Should I get the ruger and wear the trigger in a bit to make it similar, or does that not really happen?
i need some nice wood grips for my 629, nobody will fucking ship here though.
I'm looking for a .44 revolver to pair with my Marlin. I'm considering a S&W 629 (for DA) or a Ruger Super Blackhawk (for SA). Which type of revolver action do you prefer and why?
How true is this?
This scene really bugs me. They're at a road block with like a dozen guys (with no effective line of communication between them)all pointing rifles at the car. How do they not get shot as soon as they pull out their fucking pistols???
Im drawing a blank here, what gun is the skinny guy holding here...
Also sorta related, seems like some awesome guns are being found in Syria right now, F2000 and AK103s.
is P320 FS a good substitute to Glock 17?
Why would you want a substitute for the glorious Glock 17 (Gen 4) with a GTL10 attachment? This thing will save your life, son!
I started a thread about using a corgi for home defense, and after considering your feedback, I decided it wasn't worth it. What does /k/ think the most effective guard doggo is?
what the fuck are "skinwalkers"
heard about them in a few stories on /out/ just now
Hey, /k/. I was thinking of purchasing a quiet 9mm rifle for home defense and wasn't sure what to buy. Right now I'm leaning towards the D3-9SD but I don't know enough about guns in general to confidently make a purchase (I don't lurk /k/ much, mostly /news/ and /wsg/)
Build your own.
Once you decide on all your parts, you will likely need to try two or three differently weighted buffers to get it working correctly, then you won't need to worry any more.
I recommend you do not exceed a 5" barrel, since your goal is to suppress it, you don't need to add velocity.
I have saved up about 500 dollars for a rainy day. Should I buy new arrows for my Bear recurve bow, or a Single Action Ruger Blackhawk .44 revolver? I want to mull this over before I make any concrete decisions.
Blackhawks are pretty rad.
Basically indestructible. Heavy enough that the recoil isn't punishing.
Here's mine. Bought it used for almost nothing. The wood is beat to shit and cracked, most of the bluing is gone, but it functions perfectly.
How has dogfighting changed since the glory days of WW2?
>you will never strafe a Heinkel 111
*contact on radar*
*pilot manage to select air to air weapons*
*chaff flares* (if the enemy aircraft was facing him)
*a fire ball in the sky*
keep the flight plan. inform the base.