/k/, what are the chances of such a laser to hold zero ?
It's in the guide rod of a p226 ...
(the debate is not about how to put a lazer on a p226 I know there are other options I want to know about this one)
I am talking about laser that doesn't require rails and you come up with a light that require rails dot.the fucking N I am talking about laser that doesn't require rails and you come up with a light that require rails ....you're the fucking nigger fuck off
>I am talking about laser that doesn't require rails
Alright since you type like a dyslexic nigger, I'll break it down for your simple mind. Still with me, nigger? The light has a laser and you can get a rail adapter for a P226. As a matter of fact, I have one on order for my German P226 to put a Surefire on it. The X400 has a laser.
You little stupid nigger.
>need to switch out the sights right off the bat
wow.................so this is..........."perfection"................wow..........
>wanting to pay more for the gun thanks to more expensive factory sights, when most people change them out for their favorite flavor anyways
no thanks op
keep the bucket sights if you want, they're fine
You don't need to change them out. They do work fine and won't break as long as you're not dropping your gun on rocks.
There are some guns where you really do need to change out the sights as soon as you buy it, though. The Walther PPQ, for example, has a rear sight notch which is both too shallow and too wide to use comfortably.
I'd like to pick up a revolver to play around in Stock Service Revolver. I've owned some in the past (LCR, j-frame) but never a full-size revolver. I'd like something with a 3-4" barrel, 357.
From low to high here are the pistols I'm considering
>GP100 Wiley Clapp
The EAA and Rossi are super cheap which makes me think they're junk. The S&W is more than I...
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The EAAs are actually pretty okay. Not amazing by any means, but definitely usable. They are much better than Rossi in my experience, though I have never shot a Rossi for a great many rounds.
The EAA is made by Weihrauch of Germany, who makes Beeman air guns for the US market.
That said, the Ruger and S&W are still much better guns. I would buy a S&W over a Ruger for a recreational status symbol, though for hunting (my use for revolvers) I prefer a Ruger due to cost.
Why hasn't anyone made a good 9mm bullpup carbine yet?
For whatever reason the firearms community is obsessed with super compact PCCs right now. Make one with sleek looks, ambi controls, and a $1200 msrp and people will fall over each other trying to get hold of it.
Winchester 1895 beats M91/30 in mud test.
>To get five rounds out of it all I had to do was completely disassemble it and clean it in the field.
Let the buttblasting begin.
Nordic Tank Challenge 2016 started today in Denmark.
Some of the tests/exercises:
- Changing of road wheels
- Reloading of the tank
- First aid
- Small arms shooting
- Maneuvering with tanks through an obstacle course
- small arms from vehicle
- several joint exercises
The three best will go to the finale.
All information I have is from the interwebz.
>britain not invited
but.. we have tanks?
I'm looking to scope my m48. I want to go with something that still allows the use of iron sights. I was thinking of either getting a svd rail the mounts to the side and use a POSP/PSO/LPS TIP2 scope or get a lsr mount from accumounts that would allow me to use any scope. What does /k/ say?
>Manufacturer of the T14 Armata filed for bankruptcy
Sell this is hilarious.
I read news in 2015 that rouble would reach 150:1 to the dollar, that Russian reactors would blow up, that Putin and his chief bodyguard had been murdered, that Russia reserves would end and Russia would default because American sanctions are too powerful. None of it happened.
What's the verdict? Decent alternative for no gun countries like Germany or for cosplaying wannabes? Should I carry one? If not what is a good "weapon" to carry?
inb4 a gun
I appreciate your honesty but can we look into some alternatives that won't get me in jail for years
There wasn't really any problem with the YF-23. It was just seen as the riskier of the two designs. In retrospect, it might have been better overall, but the Air Force saw the YF-22 as being closer to completion and thus a less risky investment. Don't worry, she'll be back someday.
Ideally one that comes with a leather pouch that can go on pants without a belt. Alternatively anybody know good ones of these?
Sorry. EDC but I'd be very gentle on it.
Also, I think wood looks good.
What's your opinion on the Remington 700
Maks have them, Toks have them, old Colts have them, Broomhandles have them, there are lots of aftermarket ones for polymer guns.
Are pistol lanyards still a thing for modern militaries? You see them in pics sometimes but is it common and recommended/required? What are the drawbacks?
What's on your lanyard ring, /k/?
a select-fire .22 WM rifle with quad stack magazines / large drums, against unarmored targets, and a very high ROF. Urban combat speciality.
Less recoil, higher ROF, more capacity, better suppressive fire.
Would you use such a weapon?
Can a Harrier Jump Jet come to a near halt in mid air by switching to VTOL mode in flight, to do the Top Gun tier shenanigans?