Aren't you worried you're going to shoot yourself, anon?
The 3 internal safeties are plenty, a hard kydex holster that covers the trigger guard makes for a rock solid 4th safety.
>assigning dubious personalities and directives to inanimate objects
All of my Glocks are 1 in the chamber.
If I was worried about my gun spontaneously going off, I should throw it in the garbage and vote for Sanders.
It's not Feinstein, but an antigunner has died. I'm drinking tonight!
Do I really need to get a gun safe or is it just a meme?
>tfw that paranoia of leaving your guns when going to a trip outside the country for two weeks
>technically in special ed
>mom is hardcore liberal, it's obnoxious
>she hates guns
>barely allowed to have nerf gun
>talking to bro one day
>say when I'm older I'm going to get a AR-15
>he says he wants a shotgun when he's 18
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What do I need to get started with archery?
If I get the samick sage bow what all do I need? And what draw weight should I get?
It took me literally one time to permanently improve my stance and remember to turn my arm out. I never want to feel that again.
My sister on the other hand, gets string slapped repeatedly and never corrects anything...
I, personally, carry 3 mags (45rds) of Liberty Civil Defense and Ruger Arx Polycase.
LCD is 50gr +P fragmenting hollowpoint traveling at about 2000fps and works alot like RIP with better cycling and reliability,
And will also apparently defeat up to IIIA body armor :o
ARX is 85gr, traveling at about 1350-1400fps Polymer cased "finned" projectile designed to create "maximum hydraulic displacement" without being a hollowpoint.
Whats your choice in personal defense ammo, and why?
I bought two boxes of Liberty Civil Defense. One of them was full of poorly crimped bullets that wiggled around in their cases and were seated at completely inconsistent depths.
I haven't even tried shooting the "good" box, maybe when I have a beater pistol I'm not so attached to, or something I plan on selling. I'll stick to Hornady, Speer, etc.
I have a perfectly good Glock 27 in FOTY cal. (dat problem solver doe)
Also have a fullsize beretta 92fs
Prefer to CC beretta (appendix carry) Because i dont trust my glock with one in the tube.
Generally dont trust safetyless pistols to CC.
Constantly feel i might blow my dick off on the draw or ventilate my femoral.
Anyone else feel this way?
I know practice makes perfect, but that retta makes me much more comfortable, even tho its gigantic in comparison. (much easier to see print)
Anybody else feel me on this?
Get good solid holster that has good trigger cover.
Observe and be attentive when holstering so you dont retardedly holster some clothing in with the gun as well.
Practice practice practice.
Sure one can argue that having a manual safety is a good safety net of sorts, but if the trigger is depressed at all when resting in a holster or during drawing or re-holstering, something is terribly fucking wrong and a safety net only puts a band aid on that horribly wrong thing going on.
All that said. Go with whatever gun you're comfortable with anyways.
PREPPING GENERAL: get in here, prepped /k/omrades. Discuss everything from firearms to BOB's to food storage.
>b-but we live in the most peaceful time ever - nothing bad will ever happen to me
people with this mindset are setting themselves up for failure.
Why do /k/ hate SpringField XD. I own XD9 and XD45 and they are superior than Glock 19 and 21.
They're $300 guns that Springfield charges $550ish for.
You can literally get a better gun for less money.
There is literally no advantage over a Glock or M&P.
You have no point
Not really any different than other options
You literally have no arguement and they are perfectly equal to muh glawk an m&p
They're decent guns, friend has one and it has never given any of us a single problem ever. That being said, don't pretend to act like it's a step above a glock.
Protip: it isn't.
so nerds riddle me this
>Get a lathe
>get a mill
>get a type 7 FFL/SOT
>make my own full auto machine gun for cheap
is this viable at all?
/k/, I just bought my first gun today.
How effective would a Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device be in battle assuming it doesn't matter the surface, and it can teleport up to 100 meters? Would it be worth research and production, or would it be like the Davy Crockett, a cool idea on paper, but not so much in battle?
>snackbars shooting at 'muricans in building ~60m away, across a field
>make a push and surround the building
>get shot at from exactly where they just were
so basically sneeki breeki lv. 9001
What does /k/ think of the Vz.58, especially for places that don't allow AKs?
I got mine with 5 mags and all the other shit for 499usd. It was a steal for how much fucking fun that rifle is.
It does heat up really fast though. I did a three gun with it and burned my hand because I was in a hurry and was stupid. It had only been 35 rounds. Still, my fault, not the rifles.
If you can get one with a few extra mags for less than 500 I'd say do it. Otherwise get an AR or an AK.
If somebody call to that number before you put it in the place to bombing, you're fucked, right?
>Hello, yeah is this Fatties Pizza?
trump wat are u doing
>inb4 >Foxtrot Alpha
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