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/k/ General

The go to place for the discussion of weapons.

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>>42108473
They shoot smooth, like buttery goodness.
My CX4 reminds me of a modern m1 carbine, if only it shot .357sig or something.
A camp carbine in .44mag i guess would be a closer comparison.

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>>42108482

I've always seen .30 carbine compared to .357 magnum

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>>42108484
Maybe ballistically, but the .44 carbine has the same feel when shooting imo. More of a thump than a .357.

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>>42108431

.243 is lovely. Somebody made some FALs in .243 a few years back. Don't know if they're still a thing but I had considered getting one. My Remington 722 is my favorite durr gun.

There's also .22-250 if you wanted to go hotter still.

>>42108484

About the same as .357 yeah. It is technically an intermediate rifle cartridge(7.62x33mm) but because it's so weak it's really stuck in it's own niche.
It's a real shame the 5.7mm Johnson Spitfire carbine didn't take off.

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>>42108492
Who would have guessed someone would have found a way to bubba an FAL haha. Pretty neat though, and tbh, closer to the original design, so credit for that.

My savage 220 is my dedicated bambi bamboozler.

>Your Pic

I miss when the word "deluxe" was on everything. I like it even better when its spelled "de-luxe".
I feel like Dupont started that.
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Gun Jesus returns with a genuine steel snowflake. He got his hands on a Dardick 1500 pistol! Seeing one through his eyes is a revelation. Granted while it was pretty much a failure overall, Ian points out what might have been a pretty good basis for a full auto mechanism if the ammo issues could have been resolved.

Shooting one today with surviving period ammo would insure a kaboom when the low budget polymer case shattered when fired.

Anyway, here's this week's video
Dardick Model 1500: The Very Unusual Magazine-fed Revolver

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>>42108858

I woke up at 6am for literally no reason today. That video made that slightly more tolerable though.

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Well, i cleaned and inspected my bore on Saturday, let copper solvent sit for a while and patched it out. The rifling is pretty smoothed out, but still exists, which is nice.
I shot a 270 today, which is way better than a 244, but still below (what was) my average. Probably wont be bumping up a class this year, c'est la vie.
I just need to remember to clean the bore between every match now, which, isnt great for my zero but its better than shooting a smooth bore.
Still, my team won tonight so no complaints.

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Ooooo biathlon gloves. Ambidextrous, too.

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>>42109439
>ok hand sign
Stop trying to appropriate our memes, Boomer.

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>>42109449
That was a weird and good anime

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>>42109439

Looks like GI trigger finger mitten liners. I have a couple pairs of those in my glove duffel.

Originally part of the M1951 US Cold Weather Uniform developed for the Korean War they continue in use to this day. You really need the shells to get the most our of them though as they don't offer much insulation by themselves.

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>>42109492
Korea? Lame.

What did the 10th Mountain wear at Riva Ridge?

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>>42109493

Probably a mix of M1941 and M1943 pattern uniforms.

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Just ordered this Hungarian saber training kit from woodenswords.com. Gonna see if they're any good.

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I finally went to that range and fired a gun for the first time! My friend and I went together!
Upon entering, I looked around the storefront for a bit and recognized quite a few guns for sale before we got started.
There was a much smaller selection to choose from for rentals though. Nothing automatic.
I opted to just use my friends .40 M+P since I had familiarized myself with it for weeks now.

I got pretty anxious when we moved to the live range and I could hear gunshots from beyond the door. The ear protection we had definitely helped though.
As we entered the live range, It was not crowded at all, and the people next to me were total noobs too.
Compared to the elderly large guy, and the new girls still panicking over shooting guns, I was the leader of THAT fire team.

I needed no assistance. Little did the instructors know, I've been mentally preparing for this for weeks!
I pre-loaded 3 magazines, loaded the 1st, and trained my aim on the target for like 25 seconds.

My 1st shot hit the middle of the target perfectly at 7ft away. I was expecting the recoil to have a whiplash feel from the barrel, but it happened so fast, it was over immediately.
I moved the target to 20ft and fired 19 rounds with decent accuracy.
I found that every shot, I kept wincing and blinking hard in anticipation.
I also thought I'd be firing rounds at a wall all "willy-nilly",
but It felt like every bullet fired mattered. Every shot count.

Shooting a firearm and hitting your target quickly is not as easy as I thought.
After I got comfortable with shooting those 20 rounds, my friend proposed a shell game, He loaded one magazine out of 3, and I had to load and fire all 3.
I wouldn't know which was loaded and which was empty. It was kinda obvious which mag was loaded due to weight, but the uncertainty made me grit my teeth more when pulling the trigger.
For my last 10 rounds, I tried firing 2 rounds back-to-back, but my accuracy dropped horribly. I've found it difficult to hit my target without standing in one place and training on it with one eye. Im pretty sure in combat, standing in one place and aiming makes YOU an easy target.
I was going to take pictures of my paper targets but my friend threw them in the trash immediately.
That was actually a pretty fun experience. I wouldn't mind going again and trying a rifle now!

Am I a big boy now?
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>>42109635
>Little did the instructors know, I've been mentally preparing for this for weeks!

A little bit of study and practice goes a long way.

>Shooting a firearm and hitting your target quickly is not as easy as I thought.


It gets easier as your muscles become conditioned to the recoil.

>Am I a big boy now?


You're still a tenderfoot but you're getting there.

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>>42109635

You did good.

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>>42109642
I'd like to think I skipped several steps and just put myself out there and did it.
Who needs classes? Get your hands on one!
Are firearms something you grew up with, or gained admiration for later?
>>42109721
Thanks! I know to an enthusiast such as yourself, its probably not that impressive,
>BABYS FIRST GUN
it was a big deal for me though!

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>>42109772

I grew up with them and I've always had a fondness for weapons in general. One of my favorite things to do is to just lay around and fidget with them. I'm especially fond of dry firing pistols, tearing down and re-configuring my AR's and doing wrist exercises with my gymnasium saber until my hands and forearms ache.
While there are distinct limitations it is hard to overstate how effective such simple passive practice is, especially early on. The line goes: "make the weapon an extension of your body" and there's just no better way to do that than to have it be a part of your body for a good portion of each day.

The only real downside is that this is a strictly physical conditioning method. Indoor practice of drawing, sighting and (dry)firing a pistol will condition your body to do those things smoothly and effectively but you'd also need to practice those things in situations that simulate a real gunfight much more closely than that in order to get the psychological conditioning necessary to associate the reaction of drawing, sighting and firing with the action of a sudden outbreak of violence. Without that association you are creating a cognitive dissonance between the action of responding to the sudden outbreak of violence with the practice of doing so in an entirely calm and peaceful environment where you are under no duress whatsoever.
But of course outright gunfighting classes and/or competitions aren't something that a noob need worry about immediately, and even when you are to a point where such things are on the table they only need to be done every now and again and casual practice of the basics is still perfectly acceptable.

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>>42109902
Pretty fascinating.
There's alot going on in that pic but it looks like chick is daydreaming about guns.
What kind of sight does it have?
Does it have a recoil attachment?
What kind of texture does it have?
What about the hammer, and grooves on the slide/grip?
Plastic?
Is that what you do Snowbell? Daydream about your sexy firearms?
I definitely fidgeted but mostly had fun emptying and reloading a magazine over and over. Its wasn't my gun to fondle.
I want to learn more about staying alive against an armed opponent more than just the weapon atm.
I could practice my whole life and then just get blasted in a Walmart parking lot.
I've definitely become more vigilant in public lately.

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>>42109942

Well not just firearms. But also knives, swords, axes, armor and gear too.

I'd recommend Jeff Cooper's Principals of Personal Defense to start:
https://www.amazon.com/Principles-Personal-Defense-Jeff-Cooper/dp/1581604955
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>>42109772

It's impressive to watch someone overcome their fears, doesn't matter if it is a small thing.

The first time is a special moment and I'm glad yours was positive.

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>>42109635
Im glad to hear you had such a positive experience.
.40sw is notorious for causing folks to develop a flinch, but if you know whats going on, its easier to over come.
Basically whats happening with a recoil flinch is that your brain knows you want to keep the sights in the center, but also knows the sight will come up once the gun goes off, so it compensates by dipping the gun down so when it comes up, it will be in the center. The problem is that by the time the recoil happens, the bullet has already hit the target, so you dip it too soon. That, along with the fact that its a perfectly natural reaction to flinch when an explosion is going off 2 feet in front of your face haha.
The way to over come it is to just press the trigger slower. A nice even pressure until it clicks, think like the accelerator in a car. That way, your brain wont cause you to flinch too soon, because it wont know exactly when to expect it, and by the time you do learn to expect it, you will be use to the recoil.
Another suggestion and thing i see people commonly do is have their hand too low on the grip. You need to drive the webbing of your thumb and index finger as deep into the beaver tail of the grip as you can so that there is no gap, otherwise you create a fulcrum for the frame to pivot on in your hand, exaggerating the recoil.
Literally everyone has a flinch to some degree, and they can come back if you dont shoot often, so its nothing out of the ordinary.

Super happy for you that you faced a fear and ended up enjoying it!
(Also, yes, reloading is a fun part haha)
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>>42109979
I felt that way whenever someone had a good experience at the sex club.

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>>42110164

Same thing

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What the fuck did I just do?

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>>42110909
7.62 or 5.56?

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>>42110909
Either caliber is going to be a really fun experience. I never hefted a rifle that felt so perfect in my arms.

You did good.

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>>42110914
7.62.

>>42110915
Thanks! I can't wait.

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>>42110921
If you said 5.56 i was going to say you bought a rifle that doesn't do much different than an ar at 3x the cost and no parts compatibility.
But this >>42110915
I'd be just joking. Still, i think if you're going to have a SCAR it might as well be a .308.
Nice buy, congrats.

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>>42110909

Joined the not-a-poor club.

Of course in order to properly flex on the poors you'll also need to dish-out for an optic worth at least as much as the rifle and a few hundred more for a Pelican case to stow it in.
The good news is that you won't need to spend much on ammo, as you'll rarely have to shoot more than a mag's worth through it in order to assert dominance over the poor, unwashed masses.

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>>42110921
Contrary to at least one opinion here, do not, repeat, do not reach for optics for a SCAR until you learn a lot more about the rifle.

The linked video maker below produced a pair of videos on why the SCAR 17 isn't glass friendly and proceeded to try and ruin a $400 scope from Primary Arms with 2,000 rounds of military grade ammo as well as several rifle drop tests.

This specific follow up video will give you some insight into the pros and cons of running glass on a SCAR.

Beyond the price of learning this lesson on your own, getting good with the iron sights provided with the rifle in the first place is always a good thing to master.

The relatively cheap Primary Arms Raptor did survive the limits of the test.

The scope tested:
https://www.primaryarms.com/pa-1-6x24mm-ffp-illuminated-rifle-scope-with-acss-raptor-556-reticle-black

The test video:
Budget Optic Torture Test (Primary Arms Raptor 1-6x)

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>>42111054

My post wasn't entirely serious. In case all the talk of flexing on poors didn't give it away.

But yes, proficiency with irons is a very good idea(Says the old man who first qualified on an M16a2).

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I ordered a "munitions grade" Universal Sword M1832 foot artillery sword. Based off a French design refered to informally as the "coupe-chou" or "cabbage cutter" it is a neo-classical design meant to resemble a Roman Gladius.
Munitions grade means it's a factory second with some aesthetic flaws, nothing that will affect its function though and it gets me about $25 bucks off on the price.

The sword is short, relatively heavy and appears to have a rather thick and rigid blade profile. Great for stabbing and not much else. Though if you paired it with a shield or buckler it could be handy for stabbing goblins in a cave or something.

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>>42111411
Most excellent!

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>>42111411
>What’s more, despite years of criticism of modern “assault-style” rifles such as the AR-15 and AK-47, there are a record 17.7 million in private hands, proving that it is the most popular gun around.

I like how the journalist basically implies both the AR and the AK are the same thing by saying "it is the most popular gun around."

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>>42111434

Well personally I don't trust them to actually know the difference. There's certainly precious little evidence they do.

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Sword arrived today. Is even heftier than I expected, the balance is good though about 3.5 inches forward of the guard. It might very well be decently choppy when sharpened. It pairs well with my buckler so now all I need to do is find some goblins to shank.

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>>42111224

Ayyy I have the French version.

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>>42111594

What exactly made yours munitions grade? I don't see any issues

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>>42111595

My guess would be that the double fullers are slightly askew. I was expecting the blade to be bent or twisted but honestly it's no worse than any other Indian-made sword I've seen. Kult of Athena is well known for their obsessive QC though.

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Submitted with one warning.

Both Ian and The Chieftain had to shill World Of Tanks at the beginning of this video in order to obtain the dosh required to pay for the ammo used in the video. A devil's pact but still worth scrubbing past the embedded ad content to watch Ian shooting big guns.

https://www.forgottenweapons.com/all-the-guns-on-an-m4-sherman-tank-with-nicholas-moran-the-chieftain/

Direct YouTube link
All the Guns on an M4 Sherman Tank (with Nicholas Moran, the Chieftain)

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Babylon Bee is trying to pass off real news as satire again:

https://babylonbee.com/news/nation-longs-for-more-civilized-age-when-politicians-settled-disputes-with-pistols?fbclid=IwAR3d8jRRnWrvw1Rob96SCiVbvMTHkezN-UDQMKqaD0ENWyO-NR1oIngZuF4

Vote for me in 2024 and I'll outdo Andrew Jackson's bodycount at least once over.

>>42111706

Wargaming does some pretty neat documentary type stuff. Their series on coastal fortifications is practically the only the source of it's kind on youtube.

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I went shooting with some friends last weekend and all I can think about is shooting when I'll be on vacation.

My SCAR was supposed to arrive in the mail today. It'll probably be here tomorrow.
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>>42112317
Nice.

I see you went with the beretta, i remember talking about it, but i didnt remember what you decided on.
Yeah, i have to get out there, i havent shot in weeks considering i dont go to a range every day for moneybux anymore. I got my club membership for free this year by raising almost 1k for the jr rifle team, so i should go abuse that haha.

Is that mp5 a Zenith?

>Vacation

Lucky you, found out just because schools out, doesn't mean i dont still have to train haha.
I was looking forward to my first xmas vaca too.

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>>42112318
The Beretta is nice. First time I shot it, I wasn't sure about it. Last time, I smoked so many clays with that bitch, I changed my mind.

The MP5's a POF. People can say what they want, but I'd turn around and get it again. I'd really recommend not getting a reverse stretch as a first MP5 because they get hot quickly and get hard to hold if you don't have a VFG. I still love mine, though.

Do you do competitions?
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>>42112317

Mossberg 930? Hows that treat you?


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