>that guy at the range safety class who wants everybody to know he has M855
>the same guy at the range safety class who doesn't understand why you can't fire loose black powder in an indoor range
>same guy again who wanted the whole class to kmow that 9x18 exists because he has a soviet Era Makarov
>that one old lady who is scared shitless and makes it as convuluted and complicated as possible when asking when she knows the range is hot
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What would the legality of a mobile gun store be?
Say I wanted to buy/make an off road RV type vehicle like pic related, and make the interior into a small gun store I could drive around and be able to set up at events and such, would it be legal?
Would there be restrictions like could I only operate withing my home state or could I be able to travel the nation selling guns?
Actually I think the FFLs at gun shows count as mobile gun dealers since they sell stuff outside of their registered storefront or address.
Not sure what the legalities are, perhaps a gunshop anon whose worked a gun show could explain it.
How do I be a warrior and fighter /k/?
>Firing a gun from a tri-pod makes it more powerful
Is there actually any truth to this? It doesn't sound right but I don't know enough about it to say its untrue.
Hey guys I have a scar 17 I was wondering what type of scope I should get?. Looking to spend up to 600. But no more any info?
Leupold vxr patrol.
>optional red dot illumination
>zeroing is a breeze of you read the fucking manual.
>diamond coat on outer lense
>crystal clear glass
If you can get your hands on one it'll sell itself. Only complaint is it's not very friendly on shooting with both eyes even on the lowest setting
Okay so I'm gonna go on a backpacking trip from Florida to Arizona, mostly on foot maybe a bus every now and then, what's the best gun I should have? I'm 18 so no handguns yet
Just bought my first gun. What attachments are a must?
I don't have swords/axes, but I do have an interest in them. But I can't help but feel neckbeardy when I browse for them.
Hey guys I'm an 18 year old and I'm considering enlisting in the army program that lets you go to special forces training after boot camp. I'll be 19 July 13th. I feel emotionally prepared as both parents are dead, mom when I was 7 dad when I was 17, dads death was traumatic because I picked up his dead body, saw blood from his nose shoot out as his head flung back, and set his body on the floor and saw it fall limp like a ragdoll, then felt his sternum bones crack under the pressure of my hands while performing chest compressions. I handled the situation fairly...
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You don't have to be desensitized to be SF. Your experience means nothing. Being physically able and mentally strong to keep going even when your body does not is what matters. Having dead parents doesn't put you ahead of the SF game compared to all the guys who do have living ones.
Post them, explain which is your best and why.
Missile Launchers are also acceptable but please no Javs.
Help me gunbeards
I can't decide between a striker or hammer fire. Specifically I'm split between the FNS and FNX. I will be using it for duty carry in armed security. I will likely purchase one in the nest hour. What are the pros and cons of each?
So far the only reason I'm not sold on the striker is because the safety seemed a bit small and it didn't have a second strike capability. The hammer I don't like because the slide/bore axis is pretty big. Any input, even if you call me a retard, is appreciated.
Typhoon will grow larger.
Kuwait orders 28 Typhoons.
How important is Cyber Warfare?
How does the U.S Cyber capability compares to China and Russia?
>How important is Cyber Warfare?
I took part in a Northrop sponsored netsec program in high school, got to go against a USAF red team.
they will rape your economy and everything you love
Black powder thread.
I am thinking of getting my first handgun and black powder firearm this weekend. A remington 1858 pietta new army at cabelas.
Is this a good choice? Range fudds suggested it to me over colts. (I kinda like 1851 navy.)
I am semi worried about cleaning it since you can't take the barrel off like the colt.
Any advice? Is it hard to maintain?
What should I buy other than .454 balls?
Is 777 powder any good for cap and ball revolvers?
Do I need to take gun completely down every time I clean it for 1858? Or can I scrub barrel and chambers with water and dry it and only clean grip frame every so often?
I have one and haven't shot it with BP and balls yet but have a conversion cylinder for it. I shot a couple cylinders worth of .45 LC(all I had on hand) and it was tits. Having a non-removeable barrel shouldn't be much harder to clean. Cylinder come out semi easily on 1858s(spare loaded ones can be swapped if the caps stay on). I've heard of people cleaning muzzleloaders by pouring hot soapy water down the barrel and scrubbing and drying.
They're a good choice. Said to be stronger than the colts due to top strap on the frame. Cylinders can be swapped withtout having to take the gun apart. And the cylinders have 6 extra notches so the hammer can be lowered on one without worry of discharge from bumpin or jumpin. Cocking the hammer rotates to a chamber. tldr it's a good choice and not any harder to maintain than other bp guns.
quick pass laws that will prevent this from happening retroactively