Hey /k/anucks, where's the cheapest place to get food for my new Cz858 I just got from Wolverine. I know I overpaid so now I'll try to cheap out on ammo to recoup some of my costs.
Hey /k/, I'm looking for opinions on my first dedicated CC gun. Since its my first one, I'm looking to get a fairly well known pistol. I've been bouncing around between a Series 80 Colt, Glock 17/19, Walther PPK, or Browning Hi Power.
Hey /k/ I was down at the local surplus store and got some UCP and their is a Velcro above the name tape that i can't find any information about on Google.
(Also Canadian inb4 how can't you know)
>someone says they "shot" a gun instead of fired.
>someone refers to a rifle as "a gun".
Should we give people who served in the military preferential treatment?
>Should we give people who served in the military preferential treatment?
only if they open carry on their dates.
>ok sir your total is $5.56
What is the next big advancement in gun technology?
The Moscow PD opened their archive of confiscated weapons. Some interesting toys in there.
Isn't pic related the soviet space capsule gun?
More here http://imgur.com/gallery/3zlbu
Moar stuff here.
Also yes those are what you think they are anon.
that weird looking rpk variant
The most impractical service weapons used by modern law enforcement. Japanese police forces have chosen a double-action Nambu M60, .38, revolver for their standard issue service weapon. Why would technologically advanced country do that? This gun is practically antique.
Is there a better single-action, single-stack 45 ACP pistol than the 1911?
I've been wondering for ages what this carving in the stock of my Romy SKS means, possibly initials or something. Anyone here Romanian or speak it? To me it looks like a "L" and "K" and possibly a "T" in English, I don't know what it could be in Russian as there's no L in Cyrillic.
Just taking a shot in the dark here, any info is welcome.
General stock carvings thread because why not, I've seen some badass German and Serbian stock carvings.
actually Anon, these markings show that this rifle (or at least the stock) is a rare Soviet firing port-version of the SKS designed for use in the "Лyнный кopaбль" capsule. Very rare find you have there, good luck with it.
What would it take to kill one of these motherfuckers.
Why wasn't the revolver mechanism used for long guns when it was so successful for handguns?
I'm not trying to start one of those "hurr durr I know better than Colt/the DoD/whatever" threads, but I am kinda curious as to how this came to be.
I think it was but the ATF didn't like it or something.
Can we get an Armslist gore thread going?
>been carrying appendix for a year
>still nervous about it
>hipster clothes don't conceal OWB holsters even with my tiny P238
>lots of people hug me regularly and would probably feel my gun at 3:30/4:00
Well, it was nice knowing you, right testicle and femoral artery.