I'm moving back to America in a couple of months and was looking for a first carry/first ever handgun and the p64 pistol and Makarov both really caught my eye. Anybody had any experience with either of these? Is 9X18 too much for a first handgun?
Pic related. Literally everything you need in a neat little package.
>Should the military replace hot combat meals with moderate menu variety and varying textures with a single flavored diet block extremely slim in either menu or texture?
So buying pic related on tomorrow from armslist. Had 100 or so rounds through it so far, comes with 120 rounds 1 30rd mag, box n manual, and ironsight. For $600. Now I will be hasguns and I'm quite excited. Advice? Did I fuck up?
meh/10, you didn't fuck up, but its not that good of a deal. My work sells new ones for $539 pretty consistently, and the 120 rounds are worth about $40-50.
And since we're on /k/, moist nugget, atf pls go, and OP is a faggot
hey /k/, /v/ here looking for a little advice for a newbie to firearms. I wouldn't say im the best, but im pretty decent and FPS and im looking to start approaching actual real guns and shooting. what kind of guns should I get? are there any kinds of cool special ammo clips like bolas or incendiary ammo that are obtainable by public?
Basically i need help learning how to get into the hobby. Any advice is welcomed and appreciated.
pic unrelated. a cupcake for your trouble, thanks!
Greetings, /v/irgin. You might want to start with .22 LR assuming it's available in your area. Maybe something like pic related.
Just got back from my LGS and checked this thing out. Why does it cost almost $2000 dollars? What am I missing here
If I already own a 1911, is there any reason to also have one of these?
Because you like it
Because you want to try a new platform
Because you're familiar with.45autos recoil characterists
Because ammo commonality
Because it's a pretty good gun.
Unless your only buying guns for SD or very specific reasons, the main reason to buy another gun is because you like guns. Thats part of the hobby
How does one transport a firearm through a city in a freedom-loving state without a car?
I'm going to be interning in Pittsburgh over the summer and will likely not be able to bring any of my guns with me on the way there. I would like to, however, possibly purchase a shotgun while I'm over there (thinking a cheap Maverick 88) along with some ammo for defense. I do have all necessary identification/licensing from my home state (a freedom-hating state nearby) and would be fine to take the gun home at the end of the summer most likely. I won't have a car...
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disassemble it and stuff it in a duffel bag along with the rest of your shit. Nobody would be any the wiser. And I'm not 1005 percent sure but I think that transporting it disassembled is completely legal.
Yeah, a firearm is a firearm, so I'm thinking the same thing you are: just de-barrelling my own shotgun and putting it in the carry-on baggage for my voyage there. My parents are driving me so this will be completely legal under the laws of all the states I'll be passing through.
Thanks anon. I'm just not working so good mentally this time of night, hahaha. I just got my tax return so I'll probably just buy another Maverick before I go out.
What parts of a gun can I fabricate with:
- Milling Machine
Starting an armed security job soon and I need a bulletproof vest. I'm pretty much guaranteed to get shot at by gangbangers with cartel connections. Should be pretty fun.
I'm having a hard time deciding what threat level to get. A lot of people say IIIa is too heavy/bulky (and it does get hot af here) but I want a good amount of protection. Or should I just say fuck it and get rifle plates?
I'm only slightly exaggerating but I wouldn't rule out rifles. It's mostly going to be meth dealers based on the areas I've worked unarmed so far. They say the armed ones are always the worst places and I've worked some pretty bad unarmed ones...
alright /k/. lets say hypodermically speaking, there was a belt fed 50cal sniper rifle with an Echo Trigger.
would you dump your wallet on the bullets?
Holy shit help, I'm dying
Hey /k/, I'm trying to start a firearms club in my liberal southern California college. Part of it is teaching gun safety to students; as a result of this I need your help in finding a cheap (Since the school would never in a million years pay for this), reliable, .22 rifle, that is adult sized. Any other suggestions on my club would be greatly appreciated.
I just picked up a G19 Gen 4 and felt I should get a light for it, seeing as it's my home defense gun, may need to see at night. What does /k/ regard as a decently priced light that isn't complete shit? I don't need anything too operator.
Alright /k/, I have $500 and want to buy a revolver for target, bird and rodent shooting.
What will give me the most bang(no pun intended) for my buck?
Also never owned a revolver before if that's relevant at all.
Now we're talking