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Ground Forces Munitions
Stop me from buying this BCM 14.5" pinned upper for an M4 clone.
Looking for some decent paper targets.
Good deals at Amazon?
Get some 17" x11" targets printed up at home a better option?
Not really impressed by what cabelas and gander mountain have in stock
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Is there a single weapon that can beat a katana?
Looking to buy my first EDC knife, what are good suggestions? I'm currently looking at the Kershaw Leek and the Kershaw CQC - 6K. Any thoughts on what I should get?
Might I add that my budget is quite low, stay as low as you can.
ive been carrying a kershaw leek every day for about four years.
its a kick ass knife 10/10
The leek is nice; I carry one.
Blade takes an easy edge, sharp out of the box, and you can keep it like a razor if you know your way around a stone. Edge retention isn't god-tier, just adequate.
Feels very satisfying in the hand, and has a positive spring open. Just remove the safety... it's shit. It will either break off, or bind the knife when you didn't engage it.
It's a modified wharncliffe... keep in mind that the point is VERY fine, and damages easily. I'm a serious wharncliffe fanboy, so I love it. (Pick related; first attempt at a handmade.)
My wife has a CQC-6K.
Kind of fun flipping it open out of the pocket, but it takes a bit of practice. It's rather tight to push open with the thumb studs, but doable. Doesn't really open any quicker than the assisted flippers like the leek, but it's probably legal in a few more shit states... Same steel as the Leek, if I recall.
The 6K is THICK. Seriously chunky compared to the Leek. Not uncomfortable in the hand, but you'll really notice it in a pair of jeans.
Blade geometry is more normal...
Really just comes down to whether you want a flipper, or an Emerson Wave feature. Both are fine knives.
Spyderco delica is around that price range and is exellent.
Opinel no8 if price is key. and you don't mind traditional. Also mine takes a razor edge with ease.
The leek is ok
Inexpensive kershaws are mostly shit. in my experience
Avoid crkt SOG and Gerber like the fucking plague
/k/, my grandfather was a Nazi. Tell me about him
>Type of hat, etc.
Also general WWII / German thread.
Oh he was a Nazi, through and tough, stereotypical in every sense of the Party.
Mind contributing any info on his rank and branch? He was very guarded about discussing his service. But my god did he hate pretty much anyone not blonde-haired and blue-eyed.
If I understand MD law, i think i can inherit an M1a from my (unfortunately soon to pass) grandfather, is that true? If not, how do i get one that isnt a polytech?
my understanding is that if you want one, you're basically fucked with the current laws.
You are fucked. Polytech is a copycat.
Anything with an M1A action and magazine is an M1A even the BM59 is considered a copycat.
you are fucked. you cannot buy one. Out of state stores wont sell to us either
This weapon looks like it should have a scope on it
Paradoxically, if you do put a scope on it, the gun won't eject shell casings properly
Isn't that something?
Anyway, my question is are there any good M1 Carbine models out there chambered in .22 LR? I heard most of them are pretty shit. Should I buy a 9mm version instead?
Erma isn't complete shit for 22lr. If you want reliability and upgradabilty, just get a 10/22 dress up kit.
they all are shit, trust me, also don't get the 9mm chiappa it is a jam o magic piece of garbage.
get yourself, an old usage, and have it tuned up with replacement springs, or get one from ashop like, james river armory or fulton armory, don't buy a new inland carbine they are shit too,
We need a shotgun thread Goddamnit.
This is a 20 gauge Winchester 1300 with a 26 inch barrel. It's my bird gun.
I'm actually looking to upgrade from my Winchester. It's a damn fine bird gun, but for competition and fun at the range, not so much
>7 or 8 shot tube
>bead sight, but either with a vent rig or just elevated base so it isn't a "belly button gun"
There's a lot of mossberg 500/590 configs that would match this, but they...
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Why is the F-35 considered a failure? It has VTOL capabilities, a decent cruising speed and can carry a considerable amount of payload. Its aerodynamics are pretty average I guess... But there has to be something else?
Cost and the fact that they consistently have not delivered. They say they have these capabilities, but they can never seem to finish the damn product without a shitton more money.
What if he shoots you in the face?
Is there a better production .45 pistol than the Mark 23?
Do you fgts even mp5?
No, I superior 9mm
So, I live in NJ, and a shitty part at that, I just inherited a large selection of very nice firearms and am in need of a good cost effective safe that will deter the filth of my area.
I've narrowed it down to two safes.
The Stackon 24 gun fire resistant safe.
Or the Winchester 26 gun safe.
Transport and moving isn't an issue,...
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bump for interest. my wife has started complaining that i am loading up the corners of the bedroom closet with gun shit
Alright /k/ we've never had this thread before (that i know of) us funs owners are exposed to lead quite often. How much of a health concern is lead when shooting guns? How does it enter the body? Has anyone here experienced bad lead poisoning or anything of the sort? Are us fun owners really at risk or not really?