Technical question for some of you knowledgeable anons
Is it possible to convert a non-inertial firing pin into an inertial pin?
I'm in the process of turning a brand new zastava m57 into a truck gun, but the pin concerns me. I could just leave the safety on, but I'd rather have something ready to roll, and don't really trust the safety for that matter, even though the m57 has a real safety as opposed to other toks.
From what I can see it's as simple as taking a few thousandths off the pin and getting a new spring, accompanied with...
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>Is it possible to convert a non-inertial firing pin into an inertial pin?
Technically yes, but if the gun wasn't designed or it, it likely won't work
Inertia firing pins often have much stronger strikers/hammers
>I'm in the process of turning a brand new zastava m57 into a truck gun, but the pin concerns me. I could just leave the safety on, but I'd rather have something ready to roll, and don't really trust the safety for that matter, even though the m57 has a real safety as opposed to other toks.
Toks won't go off unless you run with the hammer cocked
So I'm going to the army soon and I was wondering if I am missing something.
What sort of gear should I add, remove, or change?
Also, general gear thread.
So I had a guy offer me this for my wasr 10/63 last year and just got the message. Look legit?
How long should I wait for a smith to install night sights on my Glock 19? It's been almost a week and he said i'm in the middle of the "queue", i.e. there are other guns ahead of me.
After another week should I just take my business elsewhere?
Gotta love waiting for shit that they could do while you're in the shop.
You could get a vasectomy in leas time that it'll take a Smith to get around to it or you could do it yourself. But first come first serve
Some number of weeks ago I attempted to order an Uberti Walker from Dixie Gun Works. The gun never arrived and I can't seem to get a hold of them at all, so I was wondering if /k/ knew of any reputable dealers I could buy it from that would ship directly to my door instead of going through an FFL. The one gun store even remotely close to me has turned me away because I'm 18 and they don't want to sell a "handgun" to me despite reproduction muzzle loaders being classified as curios and relics per state and federal law.
any help would be greatly appriciated
bumping with what little gun porn I have
Whatever happened to the dug?
/k/ I'm trying to write a screenplay but I'm completely out of my depth when it comes to guns. I need a big, fuck-off revolver for a big, fuck-off guy. I've been debating between the Model 29, the Model 500, and the Taurus Raging Bull. The Model 500 and Taurus Raging Bull might be too big; how much would one of their rounds tear up a human body?
Also, what modifications are there for revolvers?
Pic related, one of the few saved images I have with "gun" in the file name.
model 500 is too big, it hurts to shoot and only a retard would carry one around
give him a ruger super redhawk, up to .454 Casul and scopes are common
you can buy scopes, mount lights/lasers on some smaller "tactical" revolvers, get different grips, different hammer, lighter trigger, engraving
So I'm about to submit my form 1 to SBR an AR. Anyone have any experience with Palmetto State Armory stuff?
Their online reviews seem pretty great but I figured I'd ask you retards what you think.
Also, do I have to submit additional forms for full auto and a suppressor?
> am i kawai anon?
What was the distribution of weapons in standard infantry squad and/or platoon of the Wehrmacht?
In a combat group (what is called now squad: 8-12 men) how many had a Kar98k and how many had a MP40?
And later how many had stg44 and how many had G43?
What was the proportion of MG42s, Marksmen (kar98k/G43 with a scope?), PzFaust/PzSchrek in a platoon?
Having a nice dinner before I clean my XDs.
Got my first gun today, a glock 19. It came with 3 mags and cost me about $580 tax included. How did i do?
>How did i do?
It better of had some fucking brand spaking new Trijicon HD's or some other shit because god fucking damn did you get assraped like a motherfucker with no lube.
A Glock 19 for what they go for new ($500) is pretty steep for what you're getting but $580? woooooooooohooo fuckboy, next time do your homework.
tl;dr you got played like a fucking piano
now i understand i would probably get in some trouble if i were to drive one of these down the road. but if i were in hiking distance of a vehicle dump like this there is no way i wouldn't lug a toolbox and an acetylene torch and get one of these running again.
are there weapon dumps like this in the russian woods somewhere too?
Would probably be considered theft if you didn't go through the proper channels, but then there's also a good chance nobody would ever notice it was looted anyway.
Wouldn't be the first time somebody has done that to old Soviet military equipment:
well i have had some luck with um "creative" plates in the us, if this type of gear is abandoned then they probably aren't that great at verifying tags
As I look back on my arsenal of AKs, ARs, milsurp, and assorted handguns, shotguns, and hunting rifles, I realize that I don't actually own a .22LR.
I own about 2,000 rounds of .22LR in my safe, but I never shoot it because I sold my .22 pistol like 4 years ago.
So I'd like to get a very accurate .22 that I can work on my groupings with without breaking the bank.
What is the best .22LR rifle for under $500?
I hear great things about Marlin rifles in that caliber. Accurate out of the box, not overly picky about ammo. My 795 definitely lives up to that, but for better accuracy you should buy one of the repeaters.