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/k/ General

The go to place for the discussion of weapons.

#Cyclic

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Also, I lacquered the scabbard of the German saber. It looks a lot better now.

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>>42117330
B&T's chassis for the Glock 17/19 seem really slick.

I think there are braces out for it now, too.

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>>42117368

That style definitely has some appeal too. I'm leaning more toward the Roni since it has the rail space for irons, a moderate-sized optic and also a hand grip. Now if we had something that split the difference between the two that'd be just perfect.

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Got an eokek for shits, never had one before.

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>>42117479

Eotechs were the best thing ever round-about 20 years ago. They're getting a little long in the tooth now but they're perfectly viable.

Firearms themselves plateaued what, about 50 years ago? Not surprising of course they're a mature technology but there's been some pretty serious improvements in firearm accessories over that same time frame. Optics especially. I mean shit, 20 years ago optics in the military were entirely unheard of unless you were SF or a sniper. Just a few years later and everybody had an Aimpoint or an Acog. Just within the last couple years all the cool kids have had red dots fitted to their pistols.

Flashlights have improved greatly too. 20 years ago a light that put out 120 lumens and had a 1 hour runtime was HSAF. Now everything is 600+ lumens, will run for days and has a dozen different strobe functions. Of course that's all thanks to LED's.

Personally I still want to get a dissipator upper and put a carry handle mounted OEG sight on it. But they're all back ordered ATM and that is wrong.

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>>42117638
Check windham, they normally have dissipator uppers in stock.

Also, idk which flashlight runs for days, but my surefire sure dont.
4 hours is about all i get, but spread over the time its actually ever on, that stretches to a few weeks.

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>>42117642

Nope, they're backordered too. As is Del-ton and AR-Stoner. Just that time of year I suppose.

Git yerself a Phantom Warrior flashlight. They're not the brightest things in the universe but on the lowest brightness they will indeed run for days and you generally need low-brightness more often than you need max brightness.

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>>42117643
But can i fall out of a canoe drunk and then sit in the river like its a giant jacoosie drinking beers for hours with it in my pocket and still have it work to make ambient light for said natural jacoosie?

Because i can with the surefire.
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>>42117647
Ill check it out.

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New hand guard + cuck brace.
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>>42117719

Looking much better now.

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Gotta say been watching Iraqvetern8888's channel for years

These guys are hella consistent and think like myself involving the 2A

Heard one of the saying we should go back to the days when you could buy a tommy gun from Sears catalog

Pretty damn based

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Gun Jesus in Heaven! Eleven Thousand guns for sale at this RIA auction event.
Preview Day at RIA

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I ordered the Micro Roni today and since I figured some sights would be nice as well I also ordered a See All Mk.2 tritium sight with the delta reticule:
https://seeallopensight.com/collections/tritium-night-sights/products/tritium-night-sights

These were brought to my attention just recently and it seemed like it might be a very good match for Micro Roni, being very compact, lightweight and not too expensive. Using Tritium rather than batteries appeals to me too.

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>>42118032
>Using Tritium rather than batteries
Aye.
Nightsite all the things.

I dont like that the projector lens isnts fully encased on that, for durability and bearings reasons, but might be alright.
Let me know what you think when you get it.

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>>42118060

I don't think it would work if it were fully enclosed. While I think you could probably classify it as a holographic reflex sight it doesn't work like an Eotech where the dot is projected onto a lens that you look through. Instead the optic lens magnifies the fiber optic reticule which you then interpose onto the target as you would iron sights. So it's rather more like an OEG sight except that it doesn't actually occlude the target cuz it's not fully enclosed.

I think I might try it on my 18" AR at some point too. With the comped match heavy barrel, rifle length gas system and H3 buffer rapid fire on steel targets at close to mid range with a tiny lightweight reflex sight like that ought to be about as difficult as stomping puppies.
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Good news from Virginia. It appears the sheer volume of protests by gun owners who broke no laws has reached the state's politicians. The first of the anti-gun laws proposed by the Governor and his supporters has stalled in the statehouse, postponed in committee for a year. Four democrats joined the republicans in the vote to delay the bill.

So much for steamrolling the rights of gun owners.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/virginia-assault-weapons-ban-fails-in-legislature
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>>42118344
Proud of the oath keepers!

Fantastic job today!

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>>42118344

Good. Watch that they don't try to sneak it through a year from now though.

The See-all sight arrived today. For sake of experimentation I put it on 45 degree offset mount on the 18" AR. Gonna be a while until the Micro Roni arrives because they neglected to mention it would be shipping from Israel. Not terribly surprised by that but it would have been nice if they were a bit clearer on that point. At least the shipping was free.

Back to the sight though, while I won't know for certain until I shoot with it I do think I will like it. It's very light weight and low profile, the reticule shows up quite clearly even with my crappy eyesight and it doesn't seem to obscure the target terribly much.

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>>42118399

Here's the sight picture. Due to the aspect ration of the camera the reticule appears ~25% smaller than when you're just eyeballing it. Because the lens is magnified the further it is from your eye the larger the reticule appears. When I put it just behind the front sight post it takes up about one-third of the lens.

Gonna need a riser for it I think. Suppose I'll go scare one up either tomorrow or Friday.

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Here's a slightly better picture of it on a carry handle. This makes it clear how small it is. Just a smidge larger than a Magpul Mbus.

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OK so we have clearly reached the point where this needs to stop... But let's keep going and see what happens!

It's actually not too high mounted on the carry handle and everything is too high when mounted on the carry handle. But I can get a nice, clear sight picture this way. I can't keep my nose on the charging handle doing so of course but then my glasses don't work very well when I do that anyway.

Now if only I could find the right screw for the rail section we would be all set. The tapered screw I have in there is for mounting it to the A2 handguard. Suppose I might find a nut that would fit. Assuming the thread pattern isn't some arbitrary nonsense... And it probably is.

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Went to the funshop and got a half inch riser for the See-all sight and got a couple more stendos. One OEM Glock and the other made by ETS, they're supposed to be pretty good. Suppose I'll find out.

The Micro Roni has left Israel. I might get it this weekend if Customs doesn't drag their feet. Though they probably will.

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The Micro Roni arrived in NYC at 10:22 last night. In theory it could come here today but most likely I will get it Monday.

I also ordered another HSGI extended Taco pouch to carry the extra stendos. They're practically the only pouch on the market for Glock 33rd's. SMG mag pouches will work but they're usually just a bit too big.

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It has come! Gonna try and go shoot it today.

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Couldn't get into my usual range due to slush and mud so I just found a convenient spot inna woods. I had boresighted the SeeAll with the laser boresight and got it minute-of-can. the half-inch riser is just a bit too low as expected so I ordered a taller one. No malfunctions, and the aluminum muzzle device was only moderately warm after two mags. Once the taller riser arrives I'll give it a proper sight-in.

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What is your opinion of the Glock 19? I'm considering buying one this weekend, but of course I'm going to try it out before I buy it.

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>>42118884
Its the toyota Corolla of handguns.
Its nothing special, everyone has one, starts and works every day.
You cant go wrong.

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>>42118894
Maybe it's just me

But I feel like Honda civics are more common

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>>42118884
Overall, I'm happy with my Glock, though I bought a 20 instead of a 19.

The trigger pull takes a bit of break in, so the gun you test is more likely to have a worn-in feel.

While I had some issues with my Ruger SR pistols, I still shoot them over my other pistols once the few issues were resolved. I can't say the compact SR9s is a good CCW. it's a good car or truck glove box gun and is less expensive than a Model 19 or 17.

The SR line is much easier to take down for cleaning once you learn the quirks.
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>>42118884

I like it. Is nice to have a gun you can abuse and neglect and still have it work. I chose the 19 because on hot days I would get rust speckles on my Makarovs and that offended me and also because I wanted something that had 15 and 30+ round mags available. Mind you this was back when the federal AWB had just expired and such things were only just coming back onto the market.

>>42118927
>though I bought a 20 instead of a 19.

I have both.
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>>42118927
>>42118992
Well I have a 32 and .40 and 9mm storm lake conversions so ha!

>>42118895
Ah maybe. It was just the analogy i normally use.

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>>42118884
People either love them or hate them for their grip angle. If you learn to shoot using Glocks, you'll be pointing high for a long time if you move to anything else.

You may prefer the finger grooves on the gen 3 and 4 models, or you may not.

I prefer the gen 5 model 19.

I think they're overall excellent, and they're my handgun of choice.

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>Glocks

Naw son.

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>>42119344

Git yer pasta pistols outta here!

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>>42119351

Mama mia

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So I bought a used 50 pound recurve bow the other day as well as some arrows for it. Paid almost twice as much for the arrows as I did for the bow. Don't have a decent arm guard any more because the elastic straps wear out too quickly on the store bought ones so I set about making one today. It's not done yet, I still have to clean up and finish the edges, install the grommets and lace it up. So it will look something more like the blue prototype you see on the left there. It's made of three layers of heavy cotton canvas with a strip of ABS plastic cut from a blue barrel. The stitching was done with a Speedy Stitcher awl and waxed thread.

I probably finish it tomorrow after work or more likely the next day.

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Bruh

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>>42120036

Oh my, is that a hairline fracture I see?

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>>42120126
It certainly is. When I have time, I'll call Atlantic Firearms to see if they'll warranty it.

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>>42120133

Brutal. That's some poor metallurgy yo. Overly hardened would be my guess.
I have a WW2-era British navy clasp knife that was overly hardened. Not only does the blade have a hairline crack in it but it's near impossible to open the blade without losing a thumbnail because the springs are so hard.

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>>42120126

Nah this is a hairline fracture.

Barber messes up hairline LMAO

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>>42120137
blessed midriff

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This stuff is the Bee's knees for backyard plinking. Out of the Winchester 94/22's 22" bbl it's at least as quiet as the Gamo Silentcat but hits quite a bit harder. Is probably a smidge louder than CCI's short CB caps though.

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So I had a nightmare last night. A truly terrifying one. What was so terrifying you ask? Well I found myself in Fallout 76's Appalachia, desperately farming lead to make ammunition so I could quest. Only every time I got a reasonable amount of ammo assembled a hoard would come along, attack my farms and I would expend all my ammo getting rid of them.

Truly a nightmare... And also the reason I quit playing Fallout 76. Of course I woke up and realized that I was still in Appalachia and still in the midst of a Chinese communist pandemic and while there aren't yet any giant, mutant bats flying around I intend to be prepared for when there is!

So I bought the full contents of an indoor shooting range's lead bucket, roughly 70 pounds of assorted bullets and spall. As well as a bunch of reloading supplies. Ought to take weeks to melt it all down into ingots and then cast it into slugs, shot and bullets. While I still have work presently we're already preparing for internet-only sales so I can expect to have plenty of time off and I'll need something to occupy my free time(Besides my huge backlog of books obviously).
Also if any giant bats do show up Saiga 12 and I are going to fill the air with enough lead to sink the Bismark. >:)

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>>42120545

...And done.

I think I counted 59 ingots, plus a heaping shovelful of impurities and detritus. So if my math is right that's enough lead for over 900 1oz slugs.

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Here's the shotshell press I got. A Pacific Gunsight Co. Dl-266. I believe Hornady bought-out this company at some point in the last 50 or so years and sold it with their name stamped on it for a while.

You don't need much in the way of tools to reload shotgun shells, unless of course you're planning on loading a whole hell of a lot of them. In which case a press is probably a good idea.

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>>42120545
That horde must've cheated a shit ton of OP items among themselves.

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>>42120627

I already have all the obscene explosive weapons and such. Even though they nerfed the really good ones.

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Sell! Sell! Sell!

Im unloading shit i was planning to sell anyway for 3 4 5x profit.

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>>42120658
>When everyone at work was complaining how you can't get a gun anymore because NICS is shut down from all the background check requests
>When the only problem you have is the most intense urge to flex on all these hoes but you're not finna

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>>42120659
Afaik they aren't shut down, just overwhelmed, and some of their offices are in states that are required limited office hours.

But yes, flexing on the ill prepared is fun.

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>>42120658
>>42120659

He who dies with the biggest hoard wins.
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>>42120658
I'm posting some shit at outrageous prices just to see if anyone actually bites.

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>>42120671
>>42120672
Someone just gave me 1000 dollars for a garbage bottom bin palmetto pistol i slapped together a few months ago out of spare parts haha.
I sold my cx4 for 1200.

People are crazy, but hey, if they think its worth it, god speed to them.

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>>42120699

Stonks.jpg

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>>42120699

Alright I guess that is acceptable.

My Walmart is almost entirely out of ammo and canned food.

Gun Control proponents are now trying to buy Guns & ammo anticipating "The Sh* Hitting the Fan"

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>>42120702
In 6 months i can build that pistol again for 200 bucks and wait for the next panic buy.
My only regret is that i didn't build 6.

>>42120710
Yeah, ammo is pretty cleared out here too, luckily, i dont think it will last to long. Its hard to tell, never seen a non political motivated panic buy before.

As for the steppers buying up guns, that i have seen before, a million times. They wont acknowledge the hypocrisy, and after its over, they will consign them for 20% of what they bought it for, and go back to asking why anyone would want one.

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>>42120716

I considered buying a bunch of anderson lowers to do the same thing. Buy at $50 and flip during a panic at like $200 a piece

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>>42120720
Atm, at least around here, lowers and such arnt moving.
Probably because its not people buying because of political reasons, like people who already know their shit and just want them before they are banned. These people seem to just want whatever they can get thats set up and ready.
Thats my guess anyway.
Even saw someone pay 200 for an old sears single shot 16ga barn beater.
Poor guy.

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I just need a buffer tube and a BCG and i could put one more together.

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>>42120724
>Even saw someone pay 200 for an old sears single shot 16ga barn beater.
>Poor guy.

That might just be a hidden genius there. 16 gauge and .410 were like the only thing left at my Walmart.

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Vargo titanium camp stove arrived today. It weighs basically nothing and folds down flat.

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Lee 00 buckshot mold arrived today. The handles for it are still incoming though.

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When are we going to start trading bullets for toilet paper? I'm ready, motherfucker.

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>>42120946

By "trading" do you mean "paying the lead price?" Cuz I am so down for that. All the toilet paper shall be mine!

I am such a filthy hoarder.

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What the fuck kind of /k/ things are you guys going to buy with your Trumpbux?

>>42120953
That's right mane.

Me? I don't know yet.
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>>42121737
My mortgage, so that i have a place to keep all the stuff i already own.

Ill prob buy some reloading dies for 223 if they ever come back in stock too.

Now that im working in firearms again, i can write off buying gun shit on my taxes again. God bless America.

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Actually, what i think imma do is go through my stuff again, sell a little more, like my 1022 take down, then figure out what little odds and ends i need to finish some stuff.

Like, i want a trijicon front bead for my 870, id like some 30mm swoop-de-do rings for my ultra dot, and i need a new barrel clamp and an optic rail for another 870. The nitty gritty QoL stuff.

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>>42121737
>What the fuck kind of /k/ things are you guys going to buy with your Trumpbux?
Factory ammo. I have more than enough funs and cleaning supplies. One never has enough factory ammo.

Living in a tiny apartment provides little room for a good loading bench and I just don't want to find my pistols exploding in my hand. Jokes aside, I have enough ammo in stock now to make anyone inclined to discover the experience of being shot regret that choice.

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I should sell all my shotguns and get a 1301 comp.
I bet they are stupid expensive atm though.

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>>42121737

I haven't actually decided yet and I really won't until the moment I actually buy something.

Better than fair chance it will end up being a shitload more reloading supplies, cuz I like the idea of being ammunition independent.
Might also be a Whitneyville Dragoon too. I still want one of those.

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>>42121763
I need to start learning more about black powder.
Also, good luck finding supplies now, people have been cleaning places out.
If you see some lee 223 dies let me know.

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Got the stove put back together and cast some slugs and a stonking great quantity of buckshot. Took forever to get the buckshot mold seasoned so once I got it going smoothly I went a little crazy.

>>42121767

I've got enough set aside already to last a while. Once things settle down I'll get more.

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>>42121767
>that pic
Did I ever send you that link for the WebSDR?

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>>42121831
They so shiny.
Plus, added bonus, lead exposure has been proven to contribute to anti social behavior, which is perfect right now!
And yeah, this too shall pass. Then the market will be flooded with cheap unused second hand gear.
Tis the cycle of the industry.
Honestly, im betting a lot of places go out of business because of this.

>>42121835
No, i dont think so.

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Since I woke up obscenely early this morning for literally no reason so I went internet shopping and bought an antique shotgun shell crimper off Ebay. It looks a bit better than the Russian-made ones on Amazon and was a few bucks cheaper. Also the 5/8" gasket punch I ordered a few days ago should arrive tomorrow.
Now I'm debating ordering an electric melting pot and plotting on where I'm going to set all this stuff up. I think the front porch will be my best bet. It's fully enclosed but still has plenty of ventilation and gets direct sunlight most of the day.
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>>42122088
Tim pool use to be a journalist, now he just sits in his room reading other peoples articles and giving his personal opinion on them.
I stopped watching when all his titles became National Enquirer level click bait and he started whining about being "demonized" in every vid even though his videos had at least 2 video ads and a banner ad each.

Of course he is doomsaying, because thats what makes money.
Saying the end is near is like playing the lottery, but all you get if you win is saying "i told you so'.

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>>42122125
I dislike Tim Pool as well, but doesn't Youtube just force ads on everything regardless of them being demonetized or not? I coulda swore that was the case.

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>>42122254
Yes, from what I understand.

To not have any ads play on your video you would have to select an opt out button in your video manager. Of course Youtube can decide to put ads on it anyway if they want to.

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>>42122351
That's such a nasty practice honestly.
Youtube shouldn't be able to monetize your content for ads and keep you from receiving a dime of the revenue.

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>>42122418
Youtube is horrific, but it also pays the most and that's what creators are more interested in.

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>>42122125
>Tim pool use to be a journalist

Yeah,but we live in a society where a "used to be journalist" is still somehow better than most "still journalists."

Also I find his doomsaying supremely entertaining. Especially when he's like: "I'm not saying build a bunker and stock it with 10 years worth of stuff!" And I'm like: "Stop kink-shaming me Tim."

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>>42122254
>>42122351
I looked into it briefly and got both answers, so idk.

>>42122473
I said journalist, but now that im thinking about it, he just kind of wandered around with google glasses and a drone, and a beanie no matter the weather.
Still, he can be entertaining, you're right. But, its just entertainment.

The way he does things now, its like triple filtered info. He is giving his opinion of a media account, of an event, which you could have probably watched live in a lot of cases. Its like playing telephone.
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King of 2 Miles - Ep 1804
Shooting is also a sport.

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>>42122480
>I said journalist, but now that im thinking about it, he just kind of wandered around with google glasses and a drone, and a beanie no matter the weather.

He worked for Vice back when they were the "dude weed" outlet and I think some other place too. But then when they went far-left clickbait nonsense he went off to be a youtuber.

>>42122519

Good stuff. I had some sniper training when I was in the Army, just enough to grasp that I was not really suitable for that super long range precision stuff. Is not too hard to hit a target at 1500M with a good rifle and a bit of practice but anything much beyond that and you start getting into the math department.
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>>42122678
Its almost as if he took the click bait tactics he learned working at vice and started marketing them to a different demographic to grab some market share in the youtube pundit industry while doing the least amount of work possible.

Long range is my joint, though i rarely get to stretch out. Being that my state is sometimes not even included on maps of the US because of its size, there isnt a lot of local opportunity over 300yds. We have like, 40 something ranges, and only 2 of them are 300, 100 is the standard.
I wish SIG would do a field day at their range every once in a while so i wouldn't have to shell out the money to take their class every time i want to participate in the 1000yd club.
Mass has a 1000yd range, but i try to avoid being in that state best i can.
The math is fun. Nothing quite like doing 20 min of prep for a shot and missing haha.
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I need to go to the gunsmith tomorrow because i decided i want to replace my 1022TD rear site with a scope mount for a little 4x pistol scope i have, and since they dont make that, i need it custom.

Also bought a nice Arkansas lapping stone, so ill be lapping every knife i own today.
Im running out of shit to do haha.

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>>42122740
I meant strop, but it doesn't matter anyway because the stone was cracked when i took it out of the packaging.

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I can shave with my kitchen knifes now.

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>>42123072
Sounds dangerous.

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>>42123588
A dull knife is more dangerous than a sharp one.

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>>42123606
>sharp
Don’t blame me when your hand slips and you accidentally slice of half of your face.

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>>42123614
I want to know what situation you're picturing where a knife would be anywhere near my face while im cutting things in my kitchen.

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>>42123617

>>42123072
>I can shave with my kitchen knifes now.
>I can shave
>shave

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>>42123668
What makes you so sure i meant my face?

Anyway, I'm just saying that i was able to get the knife sharp enough to shave with, not that im replacing my razor with a kitchen knife.
I did shave a little patch on my arm to test it though, before making the claim.

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>>42123689
>What makes you so sure i meant my face?

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>>42123722
Hey, I’m just about to get into the shower you sick fuck!

Leave me alone!

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It was just a matter of time.

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>>42123864
Don't do it, Mk!

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>>42123864
I fucking knew it!

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So yesterday I made a quick stop into Walmart for some sundries, while there I looked at gunpowder. Unsurprisingly they had one whole bottle of the stuff. Alliant Reloader 19 specifically. The bottle helpfully informed me that it is the "Powder of choice for .30-06 and .338" but gave no other indication as to it's burn rate which I found most annoying. So when I got home I checked my Speer Handloading Manual No.15 and took to the internet to find powder burn rates only to find that the majority of places only lists the relative burn rates. In other words it will tell me that Red Dot burns faster than Green Dot but doesn't actually tell me how much faster. I want numbers damn it. Give me the numbers!
Fortunately I have no shortage of powder, I have 4 pounds of Red Dot and 7 pounds of black powder ranging from ultra-fine pyrotechnic powder to FF.

But anyway, my copy of the Lyman 5th edition Shotshell Reloading Handbook arrived today. Only been waiting for it for two weeks now. I was going to cast more buckshot and slugs today but is blustery and drizzling so I'll read that instead. Also my yard is starting to look more like a jungle, most of it is still too marshy to mow and now Dandelions are popping up too.

Have some informations:
First is an old-timey Army inforeel:
Fundamentals of Ballistics
I love these, they do a good job of breaking down the practical information into a digestible format.

Next we have The Chemistry of Powder and Explosives:
http://library.sciencemadness.org/library/books/the_chemistry_of_powder_and_explosives.pdf
An excellent text on the history and (shockingly!)the chemistry of explosives from the 1940's. I should order a dead tree copy of it.

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A 16-inch-barrel revolver? Is this a joke?
https://HeritageMfg.com/small-bore/16-rough-rider

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>>42126519
I thought that was a prop gun when Jack Nicholson pulled it out his slacks in the first Tim Burton Batman movie.

One shot from that thing brought down the batplane.

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Getting a Polytech Legend soon, lads. Get hype.

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Here she be

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>>42127736
Congrats Comrade!

I always preferred milled over stamped. Looks all right from the photo you posted. Hope you got plenty of spam cans to feed it.

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>>42127736
Polytech makeum good powpow.

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>>42128143

It's my first milled example, the difference is night and day. The boomer who I got it from had some, it wasn't in the can unfortunately but it's the old Chinese ammo.

>>42128202

Luck and timing.

>>42128237

This thing puts all my previous AKs to shame. It's perfect.

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I want to share too.

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>>42128565
Im glad you have a sling on it.
Think you will get a slant break?

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>>42128875

I don't know really. I don't think many type 3 AK47s had them, so it might trigger my slavshit purist autism.

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>>42127736
Nice. Seriously, what an accomplishment in life.

I'd be too afraid to shoot the thing.
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>>42128904
Guns are made to be shot, not looked at. I would beat it like a rug.

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>>42128904
>>42128905

The previous owner says he shot it a couple of times. It had a couple of dings on the stock, nothing serious but enough to show me it was indeed used. Bore is pristine though, so whoever used it took good care of it.

I'll probably shoot it plenty, but not beat it to death.

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How is it that two bullets, say .45 cal can have two separate grains (weight)?

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>>42129306

By varying the length and composition of the bullet. For instance, a bullet that say 3cm long will weigh more than one 2.5cm long. A copper jacketed bullet with a hollow base is going to weigh a smidge less than a solid lead bullet. A bullet made entirely of copper will weigh less still.

>>42127736
>>42128775

Noice.

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>>42127736
spotted u on /k/ bitch

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>>42129347

You bich

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>>42129342
What i like about it, is its with me.
The rifle in your possession is worth 1000x the rifle in the safe at home.
Its fed me, its entertained me, and if need be, i could defend me.
What more can you ask?

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Dont forget to check/change your batteries.

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>>42131521
Gross.

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>>42131525
Screw you, dude. The MRO is good!
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>>42131521
I guess that's an advantage of iron sights: no batteries to worry about.

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>>42131530
That is probably the only advantage to iron sights.

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>>42131567
Wow, Boomer! That was a nice shot!

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>>42131529
The sight is fine, I was referring to the pic of the childs crotch you posted.

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Any opinions/experience with the GG&G A2 BUIS?

I like that it has dual apertures and locks in the upright position.
Del-Ton has Dissipator uppers in stock presently so I think I might order one, put the See-All sight and one of these on it.

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>>42132397
Had one, was good, would own again except i dont use flip ups.
Way better than plastic magpuls.
Can take a trijicon aperture unless they changed the design.

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I kind of stopped going to gun shows because all they sell is cheap guns and Chinese trinkets, which has made me come to the conclusion that the general American gun buying public buys cheap guns and counterfeit optics that aren't worth a damn.

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>>42132481

Very good.

>>42132508

Yeah, gun shows have been crap for a long time now. There hasn't been any good reason to go to one since cheap milsurp has pretty well dried up.

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>>42132541
<== Full-size version of that pic

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So I figured that before I go and buy more stuff I should fiddle with the stuff I already have first.
So in an effort to improve the balance of the 18" Bbl AR I swapped out the YHM front sight for a low profile gas block and the heavy aluminum handguard for the lighter MLOK. Is still not exactly a carbine but it is a little easier to handle. Now I just gotta torque everything properly and eventually paint it. Maybe get some of those grippy rubber strips for it too.

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>>42132955
I honestly think that less durability is still worth the trade-off of weight when choosing a M-Lok rail over a quadrail.

I guess it's not exactly related, but my LWRC-DI loaded out with an MRO, a heavy profile, fluted barrel, and a flashlight with an Mlok rail weighs as much as my Colt 6920 with just the plastic handguard.
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>>42132958

Ya, I was looking at the PRI carbon fiber handguards contemplating turning it into a proper Mk.12 clone but I just can't justify spending $355 for just a handguard when I can buy a complete Dissy upper for $5 less. To make a perfect clone I'd also have to get the proper front sight, muzzle brake and riser all of which are similarly expensive and I'm just not that wedded to cloning.

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So, after much meditation and contemplation(read: after watching a video on Facebook) I ordered a Fostech Echo 2 binary trigger to put in my A4gery so I can use that sweet, sweet (simulated)burst position on the safety selector.

FosTech ECHO AR-II Trigger with CMMG MKG-45 by a skilled operator for demonstration purposely only.
Fostech Echo trigger is a 2-for-1 tool for follow up shots!

Probably also gonna order some more mags and maybe some ammo if I can find any.

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>>42133294
Thanks for posting those videos. Keep us up to date when you get yours. I have high hopes for the Echo.

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>>42133299

For sure, you can bet that I'm going to be vibrating at a high frequency until it arrives. For all my vacillating on what to buy it only took one random facebook video to remind me that those were a thing to make me drop all of that.

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>>42132397
Don't care for them myself.

>>42132508
I still go because there is the occasional deal on something I can't find elsewhere. And surplus parts. I like those.

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I ordered an Aimpoint CompM2 so I can do a proper Army A4 build.

Not sure yet if I want a Matech BUIS. That would be more proper than the USMC-stamped KAC Micro 600m but seeing as how I looted my KAC from the Army anyway I reckon it still counts.

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I am an anti-gun person. I pretend not to be by saying "I am for the second amendment, but..." and follow up by using adjectives such as "sensible" and "reasonable" and "commonsense" to describe gun control policies that I am for.

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>>42133719

I like my matech. I'm going to use it on an M4A1 clone though.

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>>42133756

When I say stuff like that what I'm really saying is: "I do want one but it is low priority so I'll wait until I find a good deal to snatch one up."
Given sufficient time I can find almost anything for like $5.

>>42133746

>Pic

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>what did you buy.
Lossa ammo, enough to pew 200 rounds a day 3 days a week all summer and not fall below par on anything, and 2 sets of scope rings.

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>>42133759
Nice. $350 for 1000 rounds of 9mm and $400 for 1000 of 5.56 will ensure that I'm shooting .22 exclusively for a bit.

7 and 1/2 12 guage birdshot hasn't seemed to be affected either, which I'm grateful for, so I'll continue to take my shotgun out.

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>>42133760
Why do you always represent yourself to me with nazism and cp? Id rather you didn't tbh.
500 rounds of Aguila 40gr is 22 bucks atm.

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My KAC RAS M5 is milsurp, made in 2000 and it has clearly seen some shit. How much shit? Enough that you can see where the peq-2/peq-15 had been mounted. Between t19 and t29 the rail is still pretty clean, forward and aft of that is nicked and scuffed all to hell.
Gives it character.

>>42133761

Yes, clearly nazi onee-sans are the true master race.

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>>42133757

I'd sell you mine because I want one without the Picatinny logo on it.

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>>42133762
That may be, but i can still criticize it.
I feel like requesting less swastikas and child vaginas be posted at me, or at least making it clear that if you're going to do that, imma judge you for it, isn't unreasonable. If it is, thats okay too, i dont have to post here.
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>>42133763

Yeah I don't care for big white logos on things either. You can fix it with a black paint marker or automotive touch-up paint though. Lay it on thick to fill-in the etching, let it dry for a moment and dab up any excess with a soft cloth moistened with paint thinner.

>>42133764

Or maybe nazi milfs.

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I love the tacticool and military larping crowd. Looking like a Wal-Mart SEAL and can't even get a foot grouping at 20 yards while doing dry reloads of the mags on their vest "in case they need to reload" because none of their shots connect.

The sight of Michigan is a little depressing.

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I wonder if anyone will make shot-shells specifically for killing giant Asian hornets.

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>>42133996
Hmm, yeah I think small birdshot would work for them. But for a nest or a swarm, I'd prefer 12-gauge shotshells over a pistol-caliber round. Preferably with a 30-round drum magazine, like this: AA-12 Fully Automatic Shotgun!!!

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The Aimpoint arrived already. Of course the batteries I ordered haven't yet. But they might get here tomorrow. The Echo trigger shipped today so it should get here by the end of the week.

>>42134249

Or a Saiga or Vepr-12 with a drum mag.

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Regarding Aimpoints:

While reflex sights have been around for a while the red dot sight as we know it today was invented by Aimpoint way back in 1975. Which is about a decade earlier than I had thought. The US military(and many others) have been issuing Red dots for 20 years now. When I went to basic way back in 2001 I was trained on an FN M16a2 but once I got to my unit I was issued a brand-spanking new M4. Now at first it had just a carry handle and the plastic handguards but once the whole GWOT kicked-off we soon had them bedecked with quad rail handguards, Surefire lights and M68 Close Combat Optic, a designation which encompasses several of the Aimpoint CompM series. But started with the CompM2.
Pic is my M4 and my buddy's M240B circa 2008 @ Fort Benning.

Aimpoints are about as indestructible as any electronic device can be, they've been shot, burned, blown up, run over and continued to work:
https://www.recoilweb.com/aimpoint-pro-survives-a-damned-house-fire-65175.html
Still a good idea to have BUIS though of course.

The one I got is refurbished military surplus CompM2 with the neat 2nd style slanted mount. The anodizing has a slight purple hue to it and the thumb nut has a security feature that prevents over tightening. I also got a Killflash ARD for it, which is a little cap that threads into the front of the sight with a honeycomb screen which helps prevent light from glinting off the lens.

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Here's one for Mikie.

This has potential. For what exactly I don't really know. Got to give this guy props for having the balls to hold this while shooting it and knowing how it was failing,

Testing The Plastikov

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>>42134670
Honestly surprised it worked as well as it did being a prototype

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Check that sweet, sweet third selector position.

Also the Fostech selector is fecking huge.

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So it turns out I can shoot a Ruger Mark IV Target .22lr pistol much better (pic related) than my Glock 48 at 7 yards. I guess because of the longer barrel and less recoil? So now I've decided I have to either work on my 9mm marksmanship or buy a 9mm carbine. Or both! The local range that I visit has a SIG MPX PCC that I can rent, so I think I'll try that and see if I can shoot any more accurate with a 9mm carbine. They also sell a CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 Carbine for $999, which is tempting me.

>>42134344
>>42134418
Did you get your batteries? I guess if I buy a carbine, I should also buy a red-dot sight for it.

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>>42134974

Yes, they arrived yesterday with the trigger pack. I cowitnessed it to the iron sights. Gonna get out to the mountain either today or tomorrow to do some shooting.
*Well maybe I will, the weather report says rain in the valleys and snow on the mountains today and tomorrow.
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>>42134974
>I guess because of the longer barrel and less recoil?

Basically. The Ruger probably has a better trigger too. With regular practice your muscles will be conditioned to compensate for recoil, allowing for tighter groups and more rapid fire.
Felt recoil is highly subjective, most people will say that a .45 recoils more than a 9mm whereas I've always felt that a full-sized 1911 recoiled fairly softly, more of a roll than a snap if you get my meaning. On the other hand I find the Hi-Point .45 quite unpleasant as the heavy slide caused it to "snap" hard enough to cause my trigger finger to slap into the frame.

Of course you can mitigate this to a degree with a high grip over a low bore axis. I had a beavertail grip extension on my Glock 19 for a while but I had to remove it so it would fit in the Micro Roni. Bit of a shame but it doesn't make that big of difference on a Glock anyway.

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Target Sports USA has PPU XM193 in 200 round battlepacks for $0.40/rd. Might not be the best possible price but it is in stock. I just ordered two packs.

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So after several days of rain, snow and cold it's suddenly sunny and in the 60's so I went out and gave the Aimpoint and binary trigger a go. I fired 90 rounds in total, the first 30 was checking that the Aimpoint was on-target(It was) and getting a feel for the semi trigger, the next 30 was feeling out the echo trigger. To get the second round to fire on release you have to pull the trigger all the way rearward and then release it and I had a bit of trouble with that since my instinct was to relax as soon as the first round breaks. But on the last 30 rounds which is shown in the video I managed to get it all but once. With a bit more practice I should be able to blaze away quite handily.
Fostech Echo 2
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>>42135922

Also, I was really letting the recoil push me around. Need to work on that too.

Stance for AR-15 Action Shooting - Jerry Miculek Practical Rifle

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>>42134974
I got a 1k case of Wolf Gold I haven't been able to touch yet or else I'd jump on it.

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>>42136072

>Wolf Gold


You shoot that much? Ever get hard primers?

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>>42135328
So I ended up buying a Ruger PC Carbine in 9mm for $530 on GunBroker. I figure if I ever need to use a gun in a home-defense situation, I'm going perform significantly worse than at the range, so I might as well buy a rifle that lets me shoot more accurately than a handgun. I'm still planning to try try to git gud with my Glock though.

>Felt recoil is highly subjective, most people will say that a .45 recoils more than a 9mm whereas I've always felt that a full-sized 1911 recoiled fairly softly, more of a roll than a snap if you get my meaning.

It's interesting how these things work. In 9mm, I've heard that 147gr bullets have a larger recoil momentum than 115gr bullets but spread over a longer time, so it subjectively feels like less recoil to a lot of people.

>Micro Roni

Ooh, that's nifty! I didn't know such things exist.

>>42135922
Binary triggers are awesome! How accurate were the 2nd shots, compared to the 1st shots?

>>42136072
Alas, someone bought the last one before I could. But I think I'll be happy with the Ruger carbine that I ended up buying.

In marginally related news, today I learned from YouTube to never shoot tomato cans at close range. Ruger PC Carbine & Bushnell TRS25 Red Dot - Perfect Combo

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>>42136080

Never had one, is that a common issue?

>>42136085

>PC9


Nice. Mine's set up for HD because I'd rather not totally fuck my ears shooting my AR indoors unless I absolutely have to. Stick a 33 round mag in there and you're gucci.

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>>42136085
I've been tracking owner videos and have found two issues that could hit your carbine.

First, some owners are reporting wear on the modular magazine spacer that allows you to swap between Ruger SR magazines and Glock magazines. This wear can produce feeding malfunctions. Changing the spacer out for the other one generally solves the problem. Since Ruger magazines run around $40 each, getting a few Glock high cap magazines isn't a bad idea. Keep an eye on this if you shoot a lot.

Others are reporting that the bolt buffer can wear out after only 1000 rounds. Given the carbine is a blow back design, this is an issue you may need to address if you shoot a lot of ammo.

Other than these two reported issues, the Ruger PC Carbine is a pretty good gun.

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>>42136247

One thing I personally experienced was the handguard becoming loose after a few hundred rounds. Loctite fixed that.

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>>42136085

>Ooh, that's nifty! I didn't know such things exist.


They've been a thing for about a decade now I think, it's only with the advent of the pistol brace that they've become particularly practical.

>How accurate were the 2nd shots, compared to the 1st shots?


Strictly speaking it's no less accurate but generally rapid or burst fire is going to result in a vertical grouping as recoil causes the muzzle to rise and if you overcompensate for that you'll end up shooting low on the next burst. That can be overcome to a fair degree with practice.
I traumatized my GF while playing Wildlands once, I was playing a SMG and I would aim for the pelvis in close quarters and walk a long burst right up their centerline and she finally got sick of it and says "Stop shooting those guys in the dick WTF is wrong with you?!" I laughed heartily at that which traumatized her further.

>>42136221
>Never had one, is that a common issue?

It is with regular Wolf. AR's, Minis, Glocks and such will sometime choke on a hard primer. Mini-30's were especially good at that back in the day. Not necessarily a bad thing since it gives you a chance to practice your stoppage drills. Slavshit is rarely troubled by it though of course. I've bought a couple boxes of Wolf Gold over the years but I haven't used enough of it to have left an impression on my memory.

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>>42136299

I know that the slavshit wolf puts out has harder primers but the Wolf Gold is Taiwanese, I would expect it to be a bit different.

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>>42136247
Eek! Thanks for the heads up! Apparently forcefully slamming the magazine into the mag well can damage the gun, especially if the magazine is full (pics: https://www.rugerforum.net/threads/pc-9-problems.364555/#post-4224759 ).

>Others are reporting that the bolt buffer can wear out after only 1000 rounds.

Looks like there is an aftermarket replacement that works better and also reduce felt recoil. Maybe I'll preemptively spring for in a few weeks.

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>>42136659
Glad I could be of help.

Here are two pretty good videos on aftermarket parts for the PC Carbine, both original and current production models. The first link is to an all-in-one parts package that can be purchased as individual items or as a full upgrade for those with the dosh. The trigger pack mods are worth looking into.

Ruger PC Carbine All In One Pro Performance Bundle - Ruger PC Carbine Accessories by M*CARBO

This video shows how Midwest went into the PC Carbine aftermarket for the original model and improved a lot over the factory gun. I love their aftermarket barrel shroud. It keeps the factory iron sights unlike the current Ruger barrel shroud.

Midwest Industries Ruger PC Carbine Chassis & Accessories

This is a good basic overview of the three generations of the PC Carbine.

NEW Ruger 9mm PC Carbine - Evolution of Ruger's PC
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I like my SLR-107FR so much that I bought another one, brand new and unfired a few months ago.

I'm going to keep it unfired, at least for awhile.

The rifle on the left is my original one with the triangle stock, but I put synthetic plum furniture on it.
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>>42136335
>the Wolf Gold is Taiwanese, I would expect it to be a bit different.

Is it? Nice. I was thinking it was made in like Croatia or something.

The M193 I ordered arrive today. That gives me ~800 rounds of 55gr. stuff to shoot when next I can arrange a proper range trip. Need to get some more 62 and 77gr stuff too when it's available.

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>>42136847

I finally got to the range today for the first time in months. My 1903 didn't blow up on me but I'm going to have to zero it apparently. Unfortunately I'm limited to a range that doesn't allow steel case so I couldn't bring out the Polytech which made me sad.

>>42136779

Sell me one.

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>>42136904
>I'm limited to a range that doesn't allow steel case
Indoor?

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>>42136939
If I owned an outdoor range, I would ban steel cased ammo because I would have the assumption that everyone that shoots steel cased ammo is a communist, and I fucking hate communists.

The best part is that I exclusively shoot steel cased ammo. I even shoot if out of my SCAR.

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>>42136939

Sort of. It's open roof but automated shit. Really bad design, very prone to getting knocked out of commission. Nicer than pure indoor though.

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>>42136941
Thats like being house poor.

>>42136949
But a steel backstop i assume?
Whats the yardage?

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>>42136950
I'm actually just curious to find out whether steel has an absolutely detrimental effect on your extractors, bolts, and barrels, and I'm betting it really doesn't.

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>>42136770
Thanks for the links! I'm going to look into this.

Also, I shot a rifle for the first time today (a rented rifle in .22LR, not the Ruger PC carbine, which I just picked up today and still have do its initial cleaning), and I have to say that holding the rifle (weighing 6 lbs) was more physically tiring after an hour at the range than I had expected, lol.

>>42136951
Do your steel casings have a polymer coating?
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>>42136951

It does, but not to such an extent that you're likely to notice unless you shoot obscene amounts of it all the time. Pretty much any good quality gun is going to outlive you.
Now you may get a particular part that isn't quite up to snuff, say for instance an extractor that for some obscure foible of metallurgy will wear down far faster than normal when fed steel cases and the trouble is that you're just not going to know about it until it fails. It doesn't make steel case bad though, it's just a thing.

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>>42136950

50 yards. The outdoor ranges aren't open yet as far as I know. I went and zeroed my irons today and it's just long enough to achieve the 50/200.

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>>42136963

Hey, I have that same sling. What weight of buffer did you use for that? I have an H3 in: >>42132955 and I like how that operates.
Apparently Arfcom calls your rifle an "A5" reckoning that had the military not dropped the A4 for the M4 wholesale they might have put carbine stocks on them. Which I suppose is logical since some did.

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>>42137078

I use an H2 buffer because that's what the Canadians use in their C7A2s, and I was inspired by those rifles. I considered an H3 but haven't got around to trying it yet. I suppose the heaviest buffer that doesn't cause any issues is the best choice.

And yeah, the A5 was something I heard about after I saw the C7A2, didn't know it was a thing people were planning on here or even thinking about.

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>>42137082
>I suppose the heaviest buffer that doesn't cause any issues is the best choice.

Generally yeah. An SMG buffer will usually work too. Personally I just bought a pack of tungsten weights and swapped them with the steel ones rather than buy a whole other buffer.

>didn't know it was a thing people were planning on here or even thinking about.


I doubt there was ever any serious consideration for officially adopting such a thing but anyone who had the leeway to make such alterations generally did so. The A2 stock is just unnecessarily long even for a long-limbed creature like me.

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god these rifles are one of a kind

Chinese Arsenal 66 JRA AK 47 Review

i always like the unique hooded front site too

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>>42137117

The A2 was a mistake

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>>42137128
>American receivers and barrels

That's gonna be a big no for me dawg.

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>>42137183
yeah, that bit is pretty bad

but i just mean the rifles in general

i like them

i miss all my old AK pattern rifle images

i lost them all

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>>42137186
harddrive took a shit

i am thankful my grandpa got me a new laptop last year for my birthday

i only backed my images of starlight

all my funny images are gone now

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>>42137184
It's still not hard to find MAK-90's for around 1000 bucks.

Though I'm actually confident that PSA's new line of AK's with FN cold hammer forged barrels is going to turn out to be very decent and cost around the same.

There's something just so sacrilegious about having an all-American AK, though.

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>>42137188

I can dump my AK pics

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>>42137189

I have no faith in PSA AKs or any American AKs for that matter

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>>42137189
really? id think those would be the hardest to find

>>42137191
if you wish, id appreciate it either way

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>>42137193
No. There are actually a lot of them floating around in okay condition.

A year ago I passed one up that was like new, 1K, and came with 3 free magazines, including a 75 round drum. I regret it, because the next day I was there, that thing was fucking gone.
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>>42137208
63's are based to this day

>>42137210
huh, thats surprising, really

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fucking saved

thank you, fam

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>>42137222

WE AINT DONE

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>>42137249

And some early 2010s cringe to top it off.

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>>42137206
Oh, is that a bullpup AK?

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>>42137251

Yes, one of several.

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Direct impunchment is same as rifle shits where he eats. You see it? Bolt fly forward, chopping cartridge from top of magazine and over feed mouth. Bolt squeezes cartridge into fire chamber. When operator falls the trigger, the hammer shovels the firing pin into primer head. Primer head burst, discharging main propellor charge and bullet is farted from chamber down barrel. Gas pressures inside barrel push on bullet and on walls of barrel but also into hole facing bolt edifice. Gases full of copper, lead, and carbon fouling sewage push backward through hole because gaseous pressure, bolt edifice flies to rear, expunger grasps and expunges the empty shell. Then all whole begin again. Is basically same as shits where he eats.

In piston style rifle is also gas tube. Gaseous pressure flows through gas block hole to piston face. Gaseous with carbon, lead, and carbon fouling flows against piston inside gas tube. Rifle in this way shits in toilet but cartridges feed in clean area. Piston can be affixed to bolt edifice like example in Kalashnikov sistema or separately only giving shove to bolt edifice like in Simonov sistema.

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How to cop this aesthetic?

>>42137305

Based Ivan.

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>>42137307

Varusteleka.com would probably be your best bet.

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Watching people sight in a scope is mind numbing.
Seems like such a simple task, but nope, there are many that just cant seem to wrap thier head around it.

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>>42137436

It's not hard though.

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>>42137436
>"All of my shots keep going low and right. Let's adjust up and to the left so I'll be aiming up and to the left."

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>>42137436
>>42137437
>>42137438

It does also help if you can get a consistent grouping in the first place.

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>>42137439
Those people probably just need a laser bore sight then.

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>>42137437
>>42137438
>>42137439
These are the most common issues i see.
A) Switching ammo brands / grain weights in the middle of sighting.
B) Going from resting the stock to resting the barrel on the rifle rest
C) Cranking the scope like 40 clicks @100 to move an inch or inversely, 2 clicks @25.
D) Not knowing if the L on their turret is referring to the group or the reticle.
E) Having their buddy "spot" for them, bear eyed @100 and they just kinda make shit up "oh yeah, looking just a little high and right" while im watching dirt kick up on the bottom of the berm 3 lanes over. (Not an exaggeration, literally happened today).
F) Finger tight mounting.
G) starting @100 without even a bore sight.

And i gave up trying to explain what bore sighting is "but uhhh... da bolts in da way..." ugggh haha.

And this is like... at least 50% of people do 3+ things on that list in a single session. Then they run out of ammo and go home.

Edit:
Honorable mention, because ive seen it twice in 3 weeks... putting a scope that came with a $40 air rifle on a .308 and putting a 300 dollar rifle scope on a piston air rifle and wrecking it.
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>>42137441

I can usually get an optic zeroed within a magazine on my worst days...I don't understand how it can be that hard.

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>>42137441
I don't really get the weekend warrior types that go to the range to colossally fuck up every single thing they do and refuse to just ask someone how to do it right.

I don't get why it becomes like a machismo thing but fuck, just looks this shit up on YouTube for even some basic tutorials.

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>>42137442
You do crazy stuff, like... read. Haha.

>>42137443
The MO is a guy in their 50s/60s who "has been doing this before [I] was born" haha.

"I was a marine!"
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>>42137444
>"I was a marine."
Well, that explains it.

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>>42137446
I miss that show.

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Is there a stigma against bullpup rifles?

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>>42137451

They're a good idea in theory but they can be awkward in practice. The triggers tend to be poor, it can be difficult to change mags in the prone position and many are not friendly to shooting left-handed.

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>>42137451
Not really a stigma, England and France and Australia all field them as their primary infantry rifle.
But there are a lot of criticisms.
This >>42137452 (which was posted while i typed then i had to delete a bunch)
And id like to add, its hard to inspect the chamber / clear a jam.

The P90 is (one of) my favorite rifle, and its a bullpup, and it mitigates almost all those problems, and adds some new exciting ones as a trade off haha.
All features on a firearm are a trade off though, thats why the community is engrossed in a never ending opinionated argument that only fools take seriously.
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>>42137451
china went from using a decent AK pattern rifle to a shitty bullpup rifle

makes me cringe tbh

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>>42137452
>>42137453
>>42137454
Only reason I ask is because I use one in GTA V Online and I'm like the only one that actually uses it, despite the fact that based on the stats it has the highest accuracy of all the rilfes in the game, meaning I can just headshot for days with no problems. Everyone else is using AK's and shit and they just spray everywhere and hardly ever hit anything, yet that's what everyone uses and it's baffled me why. I figured people just have a thing against the design in general and just don't use it, despite the fact that in my opinion (As far as the game is concerned) it's the best one in the game just because it's super accurate.

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>>42137456
Ah, cant help you there, I've never played the game. Since you can attribute literally any characteristic to a gun model in a game, all the knowledge in the world about irl firearms wouldn't mean squat.

If i had to take an absolute shot in the dark, i would say it would have something to do with DPS.
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>>42137465
Maybe, but logic to me would dictate if you have a gun that does say... 40 damage with a 96% accuracy and a gun that does 70 damage with an accuracy of like 65%, you'll end up getting more DPS out of the 40 damage weapon simply because you'd be landing more shots overall.

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>>42137456

They're probably picking the AK solely because it's so iconic.

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>>42137441
On the subject of scope facepalms, I have my own to share. 😳 Last week, I went to local range and rented a .22lr rifle. It came with a scope. So I got all ready to shoot with it, and then realized that I didn't really know how to use a scope. My only experience with scopes was playing video games. Somehow I still got better shot placement than with my Glock, but still pretty pathetic, considering it is like 2-3 inch groups at 5 yards with a rifle.

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>>42137468
>pic
Is that a Frankenrifle?

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>>42137471

It's Century's new WASR.

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>>42137468
Yeah, the AK kinda feels like the Katana of guns to me. Never been a fan.

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>>42137564

Well I do have more AK's than I do katanas but the AR is still much more fun to accessorize.

Did you see the binary trigger I got?
Fostech Echo 2

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>>42137451

Not from me. The triggers aren't great by necessities of the design but I loved my AUG.

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>>42137564

>AK

>Katana

Yeah in the sense of being built up to a legendary status that won't actually be delivered upon, you're right. It actually does its job well though, unlike a katana which is a stupid design through and through.

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>>42137694
>unlike a katana which is a stupid design through and through.

There's nothing wrong with the katana. It is a compromise design yes, but it is functionally identical to a bastard sword. Really the only thing it lacks is better hand protection.

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>>42137698

It's a relatively short and heavy two handed saber, it's far outclassed by other sabers in its primary function.

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>>42137699

>It's a relatively short and heavy two handed saber

Sabers are strictly one-handed swords. A katana is a bastard sword or Kreigmesser if you like. They're not particularly short of heavy, here you see one alongside my French heavy saber which is a particularly long and heavy blade. Now before you say that the saber's blade is clearly longer, keep in mind that only the last ten inches of it is sharp whereas the katana is sharpened along it's full length. The katana also weighs almost a pound less.
Now my dueling sabers are a bit shorter and significantly lighter than either of these but that's because these two were constructed with the use from horseback in mind. When you hit something from the back of a galloping horse you're going to be transferring quite bit more kinetic energy into the blade than you ever would from on foot and the blade has to be tough enough to take that sort of abuse, doubly so(literally) if you happen to hit something coming at you from another galloping horse, so it's rather an unfair comparison.

>it's far outclassed by other sabers in its primary function.


Not really, a two handed sword has a marked advantage in leverage over a saber. In order to build momentum for a cut a saber must be swung via a wrist turning action called a "moulinet" and even then most of the force of the cut is provided by the weight of the swinging blade. A two handed sword on the other hand can generate significantly greater force using a push-pull action of the hands in conjunction with a sharp step forward, to the side and/or a turn of the waist which not only puts your body mass behind the cut but also doesn't require moving the blade much out of your guard position.

The katana was designed to be a jack-of-all-trades. Long and light enough to be wielded one-hand from horseback or two-handed on foot, while also not being too unpleasant to wear around all day, every day. Thus it does fall short compared to more specialized designs. People like to try and one-up weebs by pointing out that a rapier will beat a katana in a one-on-one duel, but of course it would. The rapier was designed specifically to fuck shit up in a duel. That's literally the only thing it's good at.

Were I ever to get isekai'd into a fantasy world where I had to murder me some goblins and all I had was a katana I would not feel all that terribly under-armed. Though if I were delving into some tight caves I might prefer something like a scutum and gladius instead.

Now to be fair I have shit-talked the katana a time or two myself(or a lot). But you know it's really not all that awful, it probably won't cut a tank in half either though so there is that.

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Anyway, back to guns!

So as of today I am back to working two days a week, at least for this week. On the way home from work today I stopped at ye olde LGS. I was hoping to acquire another carbine stock because I took the B5 stock off the 18" AR and put it on the A4gery, which I guess now is an a5gery? Is that a thing? I did this in an effort to make the binary fire a little more controllable. The H3 carbine buffer is 1/10th of an ounce heavier than the rifle buffer which might help a smidge but more importantly the collapsible stock allows me to get the butt a bit more onto my pectoral and lean into the rifle more for better recoil control.
Unfortunately they didn't have any stocks in stock but I did get a few other useful things. One of the reasons I've stuck with the A2 stock despite being an advocate of the C7/A5 type build is for the cleaning kit stowage in the butt. Well they just happened to have an Otis grip kit which is a small cleaning kit that snaps into the pistol grip via an adapter instead. I also got some Hexmag Wedgelok rail covers for the 18" AR so I don't have to grip bare aluminum.

Finally they had several boxes of American Eagle XM856 64gr tracer ammo which I got a couple boxes of. Now tracer is just fun to shoot in general, especially at night. In the military a squad leader might have a mag or two entirely of tracer in order to help direct his squad's fire. Those of you who've seen Generation Kill might remember Captain America yelling: "Follow my tracers!" While hip-firing an AKS at huts that were like 3 miles away much to the annoyance of everyone.
But the most practical use for tracers is to make the last two or three rounds in each mag tracer so you'll have a visual indicator when you're about to run dry and can make ready to change mags.

Also, when I went out shooting yesterday I accidentally shot a .22 cal rated spinner plate rather the multi-caliber rated polymer spinner next to it with an M193 round which punched through it so cleanly that it barely even wobbled. I had just done a mag change and the good idea fairy compelled me to sight it on the wrong target and then because it barely moved I somehow thought I had missed it and I had to go look to ensure that I hadn't fucked-up my fuck-up. Because that is important apparently. It's one thing to be a fuck-up, but if you fuck-up a fuck-up then you've well and truly fucked-up.

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>>42137975

B5s belong on A5s

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>>42138000
So you finally got your B5!

How do you like it?

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>>42138003

Is nais

Ver gud

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I got my first red-dot sight today. Hopefully I can take it to the range tomorrow and try shooting with it. So far I like it. Much better than the factory iron sights on my rifle, which kinda suck, especially for dark or poorly illuminated targets.

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>>42138011
Put a transition piece between your carpet and wood, you savage.

Edit:
Disregard that; I thought it was laying on the floor, not leaning against a wall.
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Can anyone tell me why in the fuck it is that the Mini-14 costs just under 1000 dollars brand new?

You can get a really good mid-range AR-15 for that money.

You would think people in ban states where AR-15s are neutered, people wouldn't even be willing to pay that money.

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>>42138122

Last time I looked at a Mini-14 it was just over $400. Never heard of them being that much.

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>>42138123
>Grabagun.com: $861.00
>Cabella's: $999.99
>Sportsman's Warehouse: $850-1000

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>>42138122
Because people in ban states only have that option and Ruger thinks they are special.

>>42138123
They are normally ~650-700 for the base model street price, but go on sale once in a while.
Ruger lists the MSRP at 999 for the base and up from there.
https://ruger.com/products/mini14RanchRifle/models.html

Idk where your finding a 400 one, but i would buy it and resell it if i were you.
Unless "the last time [you] looked" was in 1996 haha.
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>>42138124
I think they hedge their bets on the people who have it as an only option, people who are just fking suck of the AR platform and want something different, and midwesterners who only shop at big box stores like academy.
A bird told me the mini14 is going to be dropped from the line within a year or so anyway, but, who knows.

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>>42138125
>Unless "the last time [you] looked" was in 1996 haha.

It might have been 2006. What year is it now?

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>>42138122

>why


Nobody knows.

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>>42138127
Beats me.
87?

>>42138128
Bill Rugers ghost demanded it.

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>>42138129

That was a good year.

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>>42138129

Fuck Bill Ruger

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>>42138337
Id rather not.
Regardless of politics, dude could design a good gun.

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>>42138342

His politics nearly ruined his company. I hope he's spinning in his grave with all the ARs they're putting out. I say this as someone who has a few Ruger guns.

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>>42138343
Yes he would.
Idk if it hurt the company at all tbh. Springfield gave a bunch of money to ban AR15s in Illinois, and everyone went "rabble rabble!" Then went out and bought Saints and Range Officers haha.
People only care as far as the next ad campaign.
Tbh, most major mfgs would like to see ars banned because they cant make money off them and they are public domain.

I think the BX25 mag for the 1022 would offend him the most tbh.
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>>42138347

I have never and will never buy anything from imposter Springfield Armory.

Rock River is on my shit list too.

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>>42138349
I'm not aware of rock rivers miss deeds.

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>>42138357

They did the same shit with Springfield.

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>>42138378
Ah, didn't even hear about them being involved.
Only person that can preserve your rights is you.

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>>42138379

Yes, that's what I keep telling people.

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>>42138337
>>42138343
>>42138347
What did Bill Ruger do? From Wikipedia, it seems he suggested to ban >15-round mags as an alternative to banning """assault weapons""". (I don't agree with his suggestion, but at least it isn't completely retarded like most anti-gun legislation is.) Was he against AR-15s as well?
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>>42138383

>No honest man needs more than 10 rounds etc

>Cucking himself to the antis
>Generally being a fuck

Thankfully the company went in the complete opposite direction after he died.

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The perfect handgun doesn't exis...

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>>42138470

Take my money

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>>42138470
Is that real? Was it 3D-printed? Or is it CGI/photoshop?

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>>42138978

It looks pretty real but I don't know for sure, just something I found on Facebook.

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>>42138383
The myth behind Bill Ruger and the guns he sold were mostly class issues. Like Richard Nixon, he was a very old school Conservative who didn't trust the masses and the poor. Rich and elitist, Ruger would never mix with the lower classes. This was pretty much confirmed by an article and interview he gave to David E. Davis of Car and Driver magazine when Bill showed off his one of a kind hand built convertible he wanted to produce in limited numbers. He had no interest in what the poor were doing tonight or any night. He wasn't going to arm such people.

https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/hf19/hershey/lots/r0207-1970-ruger-sports-tourer-prototype/806117
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Finally got around to painting the 18" AR only to discover that I am out of tan paint. Which is odd because I was pretty sure I had a nearly full can. But oh well, I gave a good base coat of OD and then I'll add tan stripes to it in a day or three.

Probably also going to end up ordering another B5 stock for it too.

Also, remember when camo-ing things like this that contrast is key. You want to break-up the shape of the thing. A rifle's shape is that of a straight line running from stock to receiver to barrel. A small pattern like camo net looks nice up close but is basically a solid color at any significant distance. Broad strokes of contrasting colors do a much better job at breaking up shapes. You could also for instance paint the stock and reciever a dark color and the barrel a light one or vise versa. If you were to see someone walking along in the open with such a rifle at say, 300 meters you would probably be able to tell they were holding something akin to a rifle based upon their body language but depending upon what direction they were going relative to you, the direction the light was shining, the background coloration etc. Only one half(or less) of the rifle's silhouette would be readily apparent to your eyes at any one time, making it much more difficult for the part of your brain which manages pattern recognition to say with certainty: "that is a rifle"
and that is the primary purpose of camouflage, to spoof the human brain's pattern recognition software.

For further study see: Monty Python's How Not to be Seen.

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I got one of these things with 4 extra mags, a sling, and a cleaning kit. Always wanted one.

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>>42139947

Noice. Pistol?

7.62x25mm is a highly underrated cartridge IMHO. It's just a shame there aren't any pistols chambered for it that were designed with the human hand in mind.

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>>42140303

Yeah, the stock is welded. I love 7.62 Tok, I just haven't much cared for the guns I've had it was chambered in. I think this will be a good fit.

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Damn folks!

Just got back from Cabela's and a pistol ammo run. Hadn't been there since early April.

Pistol ammo is gone and has been since the pandemic got real. Only some of the most expensive brands were left, forlorn and waiting for rich homes.

Went by their Gun Museum, AKA the used gun department. No second hand pistols at all. Same story. This is the worst I've ever seen at that location and makes me grateful the one 50 round box of range ammo I managed to find wasn't marked the fuck up.

Oof.

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>>42140631
Do you live in California? I just got a delivery today of several hundred rounds of 9mm that I ordered online.

Edit: Oh shit, I just checked the site that I ordered from, and now they're sold out of all 9mm ammo that's cheaper than 56.5¢/round. The protests must have sparked a run on ammo. Several days ago, they had plenty in stock.
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>>42140631

Just order in bulk online.

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>>42140700
>Just order in bulk online.
Not in this period of history. Shipping leaves paper trails and some banks will openly hand you over to law enforcement for review. Other banks actively screen for anything related to guns and refuse to pay credit card charges for ammo.

I'm a cash and carry man. I had other choices where I could shop but thought better of that when I reviewed what I already had in stock.

>>42140677
No. I'm in the Northwest.

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>>42140746
>Other banks actively screen for anything related to guns and refuse to pay credit card charges for ammo.
I used my CapitalOne credit card to buy a rifle on GunBroker.com and to buy ammo. Some ammo sellers on GunBroker let you pay via USPS money order and certified check.

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>>42140769
That's nice to know. That removes most of the money trail and the post office hasn't taken an anti-gun stance like some US banks. Thanks for pointing this out.

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I had a dream last night that i was trying to choose between an FN FiveseveN and an FNX-45.

I dont know what happened.
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Chalk up another one boys!

Tim Pool Gets His First Gun! | Louder with Crowder

Now if only he could start pronouncing "both" correctly.

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>>42141152
Good thing that dream didn't turn into a nightmare when you discovered how much even the cheaper ammo for one is going for and even that was bought out during peak COVID-19.

Seeing empty ammo shelves in stores is my greatest nightmare, even knowing how much I already have for my funs.
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>>42141152
>Five-seveN
>FNX-45

They're both fukkin gay.
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>>42141152
>I had a dream last night that i was trying to choose between an FN FiveseveN and an FNX-45.
Which one would you pick when you're awake?

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>>42141189
Other than the limited range of affordable ammo, there's not much wrong with 5.7. Hickoc 45 likes it and I wouldn't call him gay.

Ruger 57

This guy knows his shit as well. Didn't hear him bitch a bit about his new 57.

Ruger 57 REview: Ruger 57 vs FN FiveseveN

I'd love to see other gun makers enter the pistol market for this round. That, and more ammo makers getting into the game.

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>>42141207
Well, i had an FNX-45 and i always wanted a fiveseven, so, both? Haha.
>>42141235
I've been back and forth about getting the ruger.
The price point and optics mount both score it major points over the FN. Waiting to see what bugs come out.
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>>42141276
On paper, the Ruger is absolutely superior.

I shot my friend's "real" Five-Seven, and the materials it was made out of did not make the price seem justified in the slightest. I wasn't very big on it.
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"A Mosin-Nagant is a great gun for self-defense... if the bad guy is hiding behind a full refrigerator in your neighbor's house"

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>>42141371

That's one of it's uses anyway.

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Oof!

https://ruger.com/products/pcCharger/models.html

All they need now is to add 10mm to the carbine and Charger pistol line.

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>>42141361
Meh, it was designed by comity to be a cheap to produce companion to the p90 when NATO was seriously considering it as a PDW, which was before HK got Germany to block its acceptance.
Politics amirite.

But yeah, def not worth the money they charge, its only that much because they dont really care if it sells, and people are willing to pay.

I need to handle one of the rugers, but tbh, i dont think ill buy any handguns for a long time.

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>People who brag about thier free floated barrel, then rest the end of their barrel on a wooden rifle rest.
#justpublicrangethings

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I think i had more fun today ejecting my spent brass into a little bowl i put out to catch them, than actually shooting.

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Really thinking about getting a SA58, mostly because I've had a sickly craving for a sidefolder for a month now.
Need someone to tell me all the bad things about the FAL so my bank account doesn't stab me.

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>>42141725
Not to many bad things to say about the FAL.

Gun to head though, Its, uhhh... long? .308 is too big of a cartridge for its intended design, its heavy and expensive to shoot.... thats all i got.
Enjoy the new rifle.

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>>42141728
That's why you go with a side folder.
Interestingly, I'm not seeing much velocity drop off from a shorter barrel. Nothing to really worry about anyways.
Makes it really tempting to just get a 16-inch.

My wallet is going to rape me in my sleep, but I have been wanting a semi-auto in a fullsized rifle round... This seems to scratch all my major itches since I was looking at a VEPR in 54R.
I just pray I can't find one. Fortunately, they seem to mostly be sold out online, and until the boog ends, most likely will remain that way

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>>42141730
DSA makes pretty good ones.

Ive been craving .243 lately.

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>>42141730
>Interestingly, I'm not seeing much velocity drop off from a shorter barrel. Nothing to really worry about anyways.

Ya, cartridges with sharp bottlenecks need more barrel length to reach their max velocity. 7.62 has a pretty gentle bottleneck so you can go for a fairly short barrel without a great loss in velocity. That's also the rational for rounds like 6.8SPC and .300 Blackout.

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>>42141767
Ah, that'd explain it. Nice to know.
Any major advantage to a longer barrel, then? Seems like I might as well go small, if I can find it.
>>42141759
Never heard of it. Is it good?

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>>42141778
Yeah, I realize they're pricy. This is why my wallet weeps.

On the other hand, I was already planning on buying a Glock 40, so skipping that, I'm close to halfway there. At least, on some sites I was seeing for the pricetag on one of these para models. Especially with the cheaper 'warrior' series. Though, I feel like I might want to avoid that, honestly. Dunno.

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>>42141787
A C93 would be a cheaper alternative.

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>>42141788
>223
Gay

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>>42141790
Fine, a PTR then, which is what i meant to say in the first place.

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>>42141769

Well you are still going to lose velocity and get a greater muzzle blast from a short barrel. A 16" Bbl is a pretty good compromise so long as you have a good flash hider Though personally I'd go with 18".

Another thing is that old-timey military rifles all the way up to the British SLR had extra-long barrels to augment the use of the bayonet. The idea was not just to give the individual trooper plenty of reach but also to allow three full ranks in tight formation to present bayonets to defend against a cavalry charge. Which for some reason the British still considered to be a concern even into the 1950's. Hence why the SLR had the longest barrel of the FAL variants.

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>>42141800
Was originally considering the 18 inch. But, if there isn't that much of a drop off in velocity or accuracy, it doesn't strike me as that worth while.
It is my backup, if I can't find a 16 though.

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>>42141725

DSA FALs have a reputation for sketchy QC, mags not always fitting etc.

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>>42141931
Oh? Most stuff I was finding said that only the magazines were an issue. Which, granted, doesn't bode well.
Still, I was under the impression they were the best choice for post ban FALs.

Should I avoid them?

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>>42141937
The problem these days sourcing good FN FALs of any type hinges on which model and which country used them. This is a major issue when you have guns that are built both for separate Metric and SAE standards. The mags have little compatibility between the two standards. Your best bet is a private sale where you can insure your rifle has the correct mags for the gun you're buying.

Good luck.

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>>42141931
Haven't heard or experienced this, but maybe. I got over my FAL lust quick tbh so i never went that deep into it, just noticed what customers liked/what worked on the range.

>>42141937
You always need to be sure of which mag pattern you get.
Its like AR10s, people get one with a DPMS pattern mag, and order a bunch of LR pattern mags, and then complain the the "gun sucks" when they dont fit right.

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can polish tantal's even be found anymore?

also i feel like a wire stock would be a painfully uncomfortable

the fact they have a 3 round burst feature is kinda cool

then again so does the beryl

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>>42141937

The best FAL these days is the one you build. DSAs are likely to have receiver related issues.

Technical - DS Arms FAL Magazine Fit Demonstration

>>42141964

I still like them but the market sucks.

>>42142054

Yes they can be found.

Yes, wire stocks suck hard.

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>>42142060
As I understand, parts kits are pretty much dried up.
Part of why I was looking as a DSA.

And, of course, I'm not exactly a gunsmith, so I'm not super confident I'll be able to put something together with much ease. AR-15 was already hard enough.

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>>42142061

You can still find them, and there are people who can assemble them for you.

That or find an old DSA from before QC went to hell.

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>>42142062
I guess it might be worth looking in to.

How bad a QC lacking are we talking, here? Most I've heard is, get a proper magazine and you're fine. But, is it something where I'd have to replace most the major components, were I to just go with one of those? Or is it more, general build quality?
I guess what I'm looking at here is, can I modify it to be reliable, or is it more or less bricked?

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>>42142063

It's not a matter of inch vs metric, DSA receivers are frequently out of spec and will not accept even the proper magazine pattern consistently like in the video I posted.

The receivers are also cast, which is meh.

Bottom line is that DSA, whether it works or not, is not worth the price you pay when you can put an FAL together with superior parts for half the price if you are patient.

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Alternatively troll gunbroker for a complete rifle on the secondhand market.

Look for one made of surplus parts and you'll be okay.

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/870484632

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>>42142064
So it's the receiver that's the issue?
Makes it a bit simpler to understand, at least. In that case, got any recommendations for where you can find decent FAL receivers?

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>>42142066
I've always avoided gunbroker for the most part. But, that's more my distaste to auctions in general. My experience, they're always overpriced.
Something like this might be the best option though.
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>>42142067
>>42142069

An old imbel receiver would be a solid bet. Gunbroker or gun shows are your best chance, welcome to the world of FALs in 2020, it's more fucked than AKs.

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>>42142070
Was originally wanting an AK before my uncle offered to show me how to build an AR.
Still want one. I have a lust for side-folders that buffer tubes are just poison for.
I mean, I like the rifle, it shoots well, and looks cool. But every time I hold it I think to myself "This would be better if the stock could fold".

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>>42142074

I'm looking to grab a stamped AK to go with my Legend and then call it quits until the market unfucks itself. IF it ever unfucks itself.

Is it the triangle folders you like or the wires?

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>>42142077
Triangle. Wires never quite seemed worth it to me. You're losing a lot of stability for only a small weight gain.
Plus, as I understand it, wirestocks are notoriously uncomfortable.

Do think the fold-over types are interesting, though.
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>>42142078

Underfolders hurt your cheek after a while, wire folders suck ass, fixed stocks have always been my preference with AKs after trying them all.

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>>42142079
Fixed stocks are definitely the most comfortable way to go. I've just always liked the compactness a folding stock offers.
Maybe it's something constantly going in and out of the car makes me think of. That, or just having something else to fiddle with that gives a satisfying click in place.

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>>42142064
Ill take your word for it.

Im not patient haha, but i also dont like full cart semi autos, so it's neither here nor there.

Most of my personal experiences are with 90s DSA rifles, if your saying they got freedomgroup'd ill take your word for it.
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>>42142083

It wasn't Freedom Group but they did get fucked.

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>>42142084
Haha yeah i know, im just creating a new verb "freedomgrouped" meaning the action of taking a once good firearms mfg and destroying its quality.

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Suggest to me a bolt gun.
No milsurp.

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>>42142178

Winchester Model 70

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>>42142178

Savage 110.

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>>42142180
I would take a used one for sure.

>>42142181
Its on the short list. They make too many versions haha.

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>>42142178
Marlin MR-7.

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>>42142194

I find them locally with relative frequency

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>>42142069
>But, that's more my distaste to auctions in general.
Some of the items aren't really an auction. E.g., the one linked in >>42142066 has a "buy now" price only 3.3% higher than the "minimum bid" price.

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>>42142194

Ya, I have a left-handed 110 Tactical in .308 with the Accu-trigger.

Used to have a 111 in 30'06 too but I sold that.

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>>42142209
I stay away from marlin because FG makes better granades than guns.

>>42142211
Ill have to prance around my LGS. Problem is, not a lot of hunting with centerfire around here. Maybe i should go up to Kittery.

>>42142213
I have a 220 and a MkII and a 111 in .223 so having another savage would round out the collection. When i wanted detachable mags no one offered them, now that i want an internal box mag, detachable is standard haha.
Though, the 111 is probably still internal, ill have to reinvestigate.
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It would probably be cheap to melt down pennys and use them to make shotgun slugs.

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>>42142220
I've posted this before and while it isn't really that good an idea in reality at the distance shown in the movie, it sure makes for good Western fiction.

16 Thin Dimes

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Thinking a Howa 1500 might meet the price/quality recs.
A little nicer than a ruger American / savage axis and a little cheaper than a T3x.

>>42142241
PENNY-WISE 12 g. Round - (It all makes cents)

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Today I learned: It is a very bad idea to use a 20mm-caliber gun in self defense if you're not wearing ear protection, especially indoors. Pic related.
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>>42142212
True enough.
Honestly, if it wasn't an inch-pattern, I'd jump at this one. But, I'd really want to convert to a folding stock, and I don't think that's possible, at least with what I understand so far.

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>>42142220

Pennies are mostly zinc. Not the worst possible thing to make slugs out of but is relatively light and I'd be concerned about it sticking to my mold.

>>42142265

Pretty much anything with a comp is going to ruin your day if shot indoors without mucho earpro. Yesterday I went out and shot my 18" AR with the Strike Industries Jcomp, my daughter was with me and even outdoors and wearing earmuffs she found the concussion unpleasant enough that she ended up scampering-off up the hill to play.

Totally worth it for almost no muzzle rise and practically negative recoil though.

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>>42142292
Is it possible to muffle a gun with a compensator? I assume that the ports in the compensator would also need to be muffled somehow?

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>>42142295

Yeah, there's a bunch of comp/suppressor combos available these days. OPS, Surefire and the like all make them.

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>>42142295
You mean with just a comp?
Idk, i put a mini14 comp/flash hider on my 1022 and it seemed to change the report a bit.
But, normally comps make things louder by concentrating the gas and making a bigger "pop".

But also this >>42142296
If thats what your talking about.

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>>42142304
>You mean with just a comp?
Oops, I see now that what I wrote was really ambiguous. I meant "Is it possible to muffle (a gun with a compensator)?", i.e., there is a gun with a compensator, and I want to muffle it. I didn't mean using the compensator to do the muffling.

>>42142296
>there's a bunch of comp/suppressor combos available these days.
I tried looking, but my Google-fu is failing me. I guess if you attached the suppressor directly to the barrel and then attach the compensator to the other end of the suppressor, then it should work relatively well, if the compensator was designed for that use?

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One of my buddies was on the fence about getting a SCAR until he shot mine, and then a few hours later he won it, paying 900 bucks less than the motherfucking MSRP.

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>>42142308
How did he find a gun for significantly less than MSRP in today's environment???

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>>42142309
There's always a deal somewhere.

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>>42142309
Even today expensive guns are still collecting dust in stock rooms. It's the ammo shortage and affordable guns that fly fast out the door.

My local Cabela's has guns if you don't mind the high price models. Just don't plan to see any relief on the $300 to $600 price range again anytime soon. And don't get me started on the ammo shortage.

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>>42142306
Snowbell is talking about comps that are designed to have a suppressor attached over it.
A suppressor is a compensator on its own, as it slows and regulates the release of exaust gasses. So its like asking if they make a compensator for a compensator haha.

If you want a certain direction that the gas vents, you need to open ports to vent it, and if you open ports, you'll get noise, and if you open ports after the gas has slowed enough not to make noise, there wont be enough force for it to act as a directional comp.

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Just shot a ruger american, what a buttery smooth action esp for the price. Might go with that.

Also though, also, i shot an FX impact MKII and that was fucking rad. But, i would need to sell my car haha.
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Is this a weapon of mass destruction?

>>42142334

Yes. Fun fact: The Maxim Silencer Company also makes mufflers.

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>>42142471
In Viennese German "masel (tov)" means "good luck". I think it's Jiddish.
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>>42142646
>I think it's Jiddish.

Yes.

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Today I learned on /k/: Never use a live round as a hammer. 😬

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Got my M4 clone zeroed today. Smith finished the pin/weld earlier than expected so I could get it out to the range.

Weld is pretty ugly and the rear sight had to be cranked more to the right than I'd like, but it's zeroed and looks good otherwise I think.

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>>42142729

Yeah I know the guy that did that. They managed to stitch his hand back together, though of course it doesn't work quite right and looks like Frankenstein's monster.

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>>42142729
>>42142732
What did he use? Like a 20mm?
Or did he just have his hand clinched around it?

>>42142730
Nice. Always good to know you're zeroed.
Im thinking of doing another major sell off myself.
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>>42142733

What're you selling?

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>>42142734
Dno yet, somewhere between my sr22 and literally everything besides my glock, my AR and my 870 haha.

It would be like 7k in my pocket, even after consignment fees, and im so close to being completely debt free that i might just want to rip the bandaid.
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>>42142736

I've thought about that sometimes but I have historical pieces I really don't want to get rid of.

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>>42142733
>What did he use? Like a 20mm?
According to the PDF I saw [1], it was a .50cal round, probably a .50BMG.

[1] (content warning: gore) https://safety.army.mil/Portals/0/Documents/ON-DUTY/EXPLOSIVESSAFETY/EXPLOSIVESSAFETYTRAINING/Standard/Why_You_Should_Not_Use_50cal_rd_as_Hammer.pdf?ver=2016-12-20-135034-607

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>>42142739
All my stuff is just sentimental, and im trying to work on not being attached to inanimate objects.
Good stuff in the lot, but it just sits there. The 3 i mentioned do literally everything that needs to be done.

>>42142740
Oof, that'll do it.

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>>42142744

I just need a bigger safe.

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>>42142745
Mo' money.
I have 2 already. Could prob sell one haha.

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Then i go and hold them all and im like
nahhhhhhhh haha.

Ill just save money by not buying more is all.

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>>42142733

It was a .50 BMG. The primers on those are obscenely potent. You can also make them into something akin to a landmine by setting the round into a cylinder with nail set against the primer(Like a slam-bang shotgun) and setting it into the ground with a board or something over top of it.

>>42142745

That's how it starts, next thing you know you're drawing up plans for an arms room.

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Gun Jesus comes through again!

If this isn't the worst AK ever assembled, it is damn near the head of the line. A must see video.

The Worst AK I have Ever Seen

https://www.alloutdoor.com/2020/06/19/worst-ak-universe/

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I want another 1022.

>>42143051
Saw that. Pretty funny.

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I bought another SLR-107 from K-Var, and now I'm going to turn around and sell my Century built Yugo I paid way too much for when I was just 16.

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>cursed

>>42143094
Still a good time to sell.

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>>42143094

Which Yugo

Also how many 107s is that? Three? Give me one.
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Mmm

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>>42143166
>Which Yugo
This one.

>Also how many 107s is that? Three? Give me one.


Three. I'll part with one if you'll trade that Polytech, son.

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>>42143189

Oooh I had one of those. I liked it a lot after replacing the grip and handguard with Yugo surplus

>trade that Polytech


Bruh you crazy?

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>>42143190
Damn. Maybe some day I'll be able to convince someone.

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>>42143262

Ya, I was thinking about doing just that a while ago but didn't find a mold that wasn't Russian and ridiculously overpriced.

If I were feeling particularly motivated I might consider machining my own molds but that'd be a bit of a chore.

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>>42143389
Spheres are hard to machine, but at least in my experience, they work better than most slug designs for diy.

Have you checked ballistic products? I thought they had a spherical mold.

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>>42143397
>Spheres are hard to machine

Yaes, way I'd do it would be to take a section of aluminum square stock, cut it in half, drill pilot holes to 9/10 the full depth, mill it out progressively wider and shallower and then polish out the steps. Guarantee I'd screw it up at least once, but that's half the fun.

>>42143397
>Have you checked ballistic products?

Looks like they do have a .690 caliber mold in stock.

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>>42143399
>but that's half the fun.
Exactly, nothing ventured, nothing gained.

Im thinking of picking up that mold. I keep wanting to dive deep into my trombone action fowling piece, but idk whats stopping me.
.22s are just quick and easy i guess.

I think its because im just pissed at my benelli.

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I found an AK-12 parts kit for sale and know where I could send it to turn it into a functioning rifle and I'm trying really hard to fight the temptation.

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>>42143478
>I think its because im just pissed at my benelli.

It's not hard to be pissed at those.

>>42143479

Do eet!

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>>42143571
Its a montefeltro, so its an M1 super 90 but i cant do anything with it.
Funny, its the "field" version of m1, but you can only buy rifled slug barrels for the regular m1.
Its become pointless, aside from being a smooth af semi auto 12g to have in the safe.

>

It was shoot shit far away with things your not suppose to use for far away...day.
10/10 with .357sig on a 12x12 target @100, i only shot 1 slug at it and flinched, so it was way left.
The 76 year old lady with a 1911 that i was "competing" with had a better group than me haha.
but she shot from the bench
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>>42143771
i remember when you first got that rifle

its still pretty cool

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>>42143778
Yus. Is good rifle, but its not as good as id like it to be.
Struggling to hold 1moa, even from the sled. Gonna try different mfgs and bullte weights and see if it makes a difference. Hardly have 100 rounds through the thing, so the rifling is hardly even fowl yet.

Already looking at a new barrel haha.

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Took the Scorpion and the PPS43 out yesterday, I was very pleasantly surprised by the PPS' capabilities even without a functioning stock. Scorpion needs a brace and desperately needs the ambidextrous safety replaced because it digs into your trigger finger while shooting.

>>42143771

I really want to try one of these

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>>42143808
>Scorpion needs a brace and desperately needs the ambidextrous safety replaced because it digs into your trigger finger while shooting.
I hate that shit. Its like, didnt they ever have a human shoot it before going into production? Haha.
>want to try one
They got stupidly expensive i heard, but they offer a wood stock OEM now. If we ever get a range day put together ill bring it haha.
I have some 77gr stuff i want to put through it. Been using 55gr, and thats not made for 1:8. I want to find a 1:12 16" barrel for cheap stuff and .22lr, but its not easy.

I shot a JP enterprises bolt gun in 6mm creedmoore yesterday a guy i know from swarovski let me play with. I wasnt all that impressed considering the price tag tbh. Sub MOA but ... idk, it was like 14k worth of rifle and i just figured it would be like, more than "huh, thats not bad." Haha. I mean, it was outstanding, dont get me wrong, it just wasn't like a magical moment or anything haha. Maybe its because im dont bench gun.
First time with 6mm too, felt like .223, mostly because of the freaking m1 Abrams muzzle break they put on it haha.
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>>42143815

I found a way to hold it that doesn't suck quite so much but yeah, needs to go immediately. Brace came today though, went with the PDW one, shit's lit.

>more than "huh, thats not bad


I would expect it to put 5 rounds in one hole at like 500 yards and then blow me for that kind of money

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>>42143826
Is that the 4 position one? When you say scorpion, are you taking evo, or OG klobb?

It put 5 in a ragged hole @100, but I've seen out of the box savage rifles do that too haha.
I think there is a rule of diminishing returns when you get up that high. The thing that really made me excited was it had a little mini 2 shell holder right next to the ejection port.
I was like "oh thats awesome!" About the little 3 dollar accessory and meh about the rest of the rifle haha.
Again, beautiful gun, but im not like jealous of it.
Fit and finish was great, and i imagine it would start to show its worth at longer distances.
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Slings are to rifles as holsters are to handguns.

Get a sling, preferably a good sling.

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First the hoarders came for the .223 and i said nothing.
Then they came for the 9mm and still i said nothing.
Now they've come for the .22lr, and there is no one left to stand for me.

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>>42143853
I've seen ammo for sale on GunBroker.com (as well as online stores). E.g.:
https://www.gunbroker.com/item/873267324 (Wolf steel case 0.223, 1000 rounds for $350 + $35 shipping)
https://www.gunbroker.com/item/873231089 (CCI .22 LR Mini-Mag, 1000 rounds for $100 + $10 shipping)
https://www.gunbroker.com/item/872628525 (Blazer .22 LR, 1000 rounds for $60 + $15 shipping)

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>>42143858
Too much for steel cased.
Thats not terrible for mini mags though, i mean, atm. I have a few thousand aguila super extra, and enough .233 to fill all my mags plus a few hundred so im actually okay. Thanks for looking.
It will come back when things die down.
I just ordered some 15 round mags for my cmmg conversation. I have a bunch of 25 rounders, but the mags are really long, and the 3rd party 15 rounders are the same profile as the 20rnd mags, and thats what i run.
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>>42143831

Evo, and naw it's three position.

I start finding it very difficult to justify anything over 1k. My most expensive rifle is my polytech and I got that shit in a trade.
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>>42143862
D'aww, paws.

Looks good, i like the evos, but i think if i was going to do a 9mm brace build, it would be an mp5k. Wasnt palmetto suppose to be doing mp5 stuff?
You know, i dont have anything with a brace atm actually.
I cleaned all my stuff yesterday and it got me thinking again about ditching the collection, aside from a few key pieces, and starting fresh now that i have a more discerning eye.

I think they make a brace for the klobb now, i would for sure want one of those haha. Still kick myself for not getting one when they were cheap.

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Would I be crazy to buy a Kel-Tec bullpup [1] instead of an AR-15 or Mini-14? I see above that bullpups have some disadvantages (>>42137452, >>42137453, >>42137693), but I really like idea of something that wouldn't become unwieldy if I attach a sound suppressor. (Although the suppressor would be at least a year away, as I haven't even started on the paperwork yet.)

[1] https://www.gunbroker.com/item/872991620

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>>42143866
>I cleaned all my stuff yesterday and it got me thinking again about ditching the collection, aside from a few key pieces, and starting fresh now that i have a more discerning eye.
I guess now is a seller's market, but I'm worried that prices will go even higher if Biden wins the election and might not come down. Especially if the Dems also win a majority in the Senate. I heard Biden wants to impose a $200 tax stamp on transfers of """assault weapons""".

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>>42143866

Yeah that's my boy Dio.

Palmetto is still planning an MP5 clone but who knows when they will show up?

A pistol caliber carbine I feel like is a must, at least one. And yeah, there's a few options for it, Atlantic has a bunch of different configurations.

>>42143868

Crazy? No. But you would be going in accepting that it will not have the same ubiquitous nature of the AR and so if anything goes wrong, you will have far fewer options.

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>>42143868
Get the rifle that you like shooting the most.
Glocks and ARs are only "the best" because they have become the defacto standard, and standardized tools are a good thing.
That being said, the AR is not my favorite rifle, and if it weren't for politics, i probably wouldnt even own one, which is why i like my SCR lower.
All that being said, KelTec has iffy at best QC.

>>42143872
Its been like at least 3 years since they announced that. Time to git on it palmetto!
I also think a PCC is a great thing to have and ive been singing their praises for a long time. I've been happy to see they have had such a rise in popularity lately.
Although, it was the first thing i dropped in an economic emergency. The brace on my glock serves the purpose, and i think if i buy another, it will just be a 5.7 upper for my SCR.
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>>42143868

Kel-Tecs are OK, their triggers are squishy and spongy and they're not going to suffer very high round-counts but they are at least interesting and unique. One nice thing about them is that KT's production capacity is low enough and their products neat enough that demand is greater than the supply so if you get it and find you don't like it as much as you thought you did you won't lose much in resale.
I've owned a Sub-2000, a PLR-16 and two P3AT's myself.

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>>42143914
I would like a sub2k just for the satisfaction of the HK slap.

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Apparently i need to wake up early to shoot an egg in the morning.

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The egg has been eliminated.

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>>42143997

What'd that egg ever do to you?

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>>42144012
Stood in my way.
Its actually a pretty fun competition. 10 shots to shoot 5 eggs at 100 yards with a rimfire.
I was woefully unprepared, as i just scrubbed out my bore, and everything was off as the barrel seasoned. I think i hit 7 out of 15, and those were by mistake.

Now im going to have to spend hundreds of dollars to build a gun for the sole purpose of egg scrambling.

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>>42144028
Did the eggs explode when hit?

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>>42144106
They did. It was a very satisfying reactionary target.
Im going to be making some golf ball hangers to bring to my club for .22lr shenanigans.
Im starting to get into NRL22x.

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>>42144142
And it just so happens I came across this video tonight:
MOST SATISFYING SLOW MOTION SHOT EVER!! - EXPERIMENT AT HOME

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>>42144151
Shooting eggs is a quality passtime it turns out.
Do you have any rimfires yet?

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>>42144028

Oh, well, carry-on then.
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Eggs eggs eggs.

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>>42143872
>>42143904
>>42143914
Thank you all for your feedback! I'm leaning towards buying one, but haven't managed to pull the trigger yet on my buying decision. (I'm often slow making decisions.)

>>42144189
>Do you have any rimfires yet?
Not yet. I just took a look, and it seems like 10/22s are in stock at a nearby store for a reasonable price. I want one. Maybe I'll pick up one this month.


I also really like the idea of pic related, but I worry it just wouldn't be practical for concealed carry, plus it's rather expensive ($1500 MSRP + $200 tax stamp).

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The greatest thing about the American West is being able to find acres upon acres upon acres of public land you can shoot on.

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>>42144214

For what it's worth the RDB is probably the best bang for your buck bullpup out there.

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>>42144214
Yw
>pull the trigger
I get it.

Ruger isn't the only company making 1022s now, because the patent expired and the rifle has become public domain and open source. Expect it to be demonized soon haha.
Thompson center makes a really nice version of it, for just a bit more.

Im not sure they make that pistol anymore tbh, ive never handled one, so i cant say if it would be any good for CC. I would guess its size would be a bit cumbersome, but i happily CC'd a 92f for years so my idea of "too big" is not representative of the general consensus.

>>42144216
Jelly.
Whats the farthest you've shot? I was born on the wrong side of the country.

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We should do a postal league or something.

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Im looking at barrel tuners, .22lr resizing dies, and reloading kits... ive been weighing all my rounds and grouping them together by consistency and ive begun to glass bed my savage FV SR...
Im innit too far boys.. pull me back.

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I'm finding myself more drawn to my AK than my ARs lately. I think I might be regressing into my old slavshit centric ways

>>42144431

A what?

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>>42144465
A postal league.
Its like a long distance league.
As its name implies, it was done through the mail in times past.
Basically, we all shoot the same course of fire, and post our results and see whomst wins that week.

It can be as simple as just shooting 10 rounds at a scored target, to specialty targets like a know your limits target.

Would have to be on the honor system of course, and conform to range conditions we all have access too, but i think a weekly challenge would be fun and a good excuse to get people out shoosting.

AKs are fun, and you go through phases with whats in your safe. I know i do.

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>>42144466

I'd be down for that.

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>>42144467
Cool. Theres 2 i guess. Thats enough to play, but still hoping more people want to join in haha.

What kind of range distance do you have access to? I have immediate acess to 0-200 yards, but i know a lot of folks shoot indoors @25 so whoever wants to play, we have to stay in the bounds of the shortest range obviously.
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>>42144469

Typically I have a 50 yard range but the longest I can get into without joining a club around here is 100 yards. It'd be easiest to do the 50, obviously.

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>>42144470
50 works.

I assume they are public ranges? Any position restrictions? I know most are bench/standing only, but can you do prone, sitting, ect?
Prob cant shoot from barriers or like, from a ladder or anything right?

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>>42144471

You can't go prone, you can stand or sit.

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>>42144475
Like sit at a bench or sit on the ground?

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>>42144478
Cool.
Okay, guess we wait and see if anyone else is interested.


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