Tech sights won't ship to Canada, and I haven't found them anywhere in stores...
What is the best alternative for aftermarket 10/22 sights?
Daily reminder that nigger-cheap guns have to look like hammered dog shit by law
>ctrl + f edc = no edc thread
How much operating do you think he has done?
I have lived in Ohio for seven years but I need to move back to NY (state, not city) to take care of my family.
I currently have about a dozen firearms and a CHL in Ohio and none of them are legal in NY.
I am going to sell all of my funs before I move, so I will have a lot of money to buy one really good NY-legal option. Off the top of my head, a Mossberg 500 is the best bet, but what else fits the legal requirements that could be a better option?
Shit, as far as I know you're fucked. If you were going to WNY I was going to recommend getting your CCL and buying mag locks for your ARs so you can keep most of your stuff. I'm guessing being that close to NYC their pretty shit about guns.
I'm getting a handgun soon and I'm not sure what I want. I have tons of experience on a Glock 22c (.40), but I want a 9mm. I love Glocks, but I want something with a true safety. General first handgun thread. Pic related
Any plans to cc with it? If not, full size, metal framed pistols like cz75, berreta 92, etc. are easy to shoot. Some striker fired polymer pistols have manual safeties (XD has a version w/safety).
Would /k/ a /k/arrier?
Is this just a fad or a legitimate performance enhancement for Glocks/S&W/etc right now?
I think they look interesting, but if the gun was designed with a specific slide weight, wouldn't lightening it give it less inertia and potentially make it less reliable? If they were able to achieve their desired result with a lighter slide, wouldn't they have come that way from the factory?
Help me understand, /k/, it seems like there are 100 companies now "customizing" Glocks in this way. And selling gun-themed coffee, which is just gayer than AIDS.
Looking for a "low profile" 22 bolt-action rifle:
>clean barrel with no sights or extras
>small trigger pack
>short lug (is that what it's called) that hold the action to the stock
>single-shot preferred but mags are fine as long as it doesn't require an extended well
Does something like this exist in cheap new form or am I stuck with used rifles?
Image related, someone's homebrew 22.
Trying to avoid 'large' bits like image
Anon you have alot of guns are you a gun nut?
No im a
What would you say?
Can somebody recommend me either an iron sight for under $60 or an optic for under $160? It would be greatly appreciated.
How good is the WASR?
Anyone have experience with muzzleloader kits?
I wanna know more about the process of building one at home
>not pictured- rust blueing kit
Firstly, you'll have to buy one of those to finish.
>not pictured- wood staining and lacquering kit
Secondly, you'll have to get those, too.
>not pictured- tools to hand fit and assemble
And those, too.
What's the cheapest I can expect to pay for a 1700s flintlock musket replica? Charleville preferred but I'd take a Brown Bess or other country smoothbore. I don't care if it's a kit or complete.
You get what you pay for. If you know how to hand fit and sand/shape wood, I'd say you're better off buying a kit.
If you have money you want to get rid of, go to Pedersolis website.
>world class marksmen
>fun to watch
>not a dumbass
His concealed vs. open carry vid is fucking awesome for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGslzXxDhEU
Please remind me why we constantly talk about Scootch00 and nutnfancy when this guy exists again?