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Gen 3 or Gen 4? by Albert Bruzzleville - Wed, 22 Jun 2016 02:24:08 EST ID:I84XJ3eA No.42582 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Now, I've been recently getting into firearms in general. Just took the CW course in my state and I'm dead set on getting a Glock 17 from that experience after trying a few other 9mm pistols. However, for the most part, I'm not sure whether or not I'd prefer a Gen 3 or Gen 4.

While I could look at the differences between the two online, which I intend to do as I get closer to making a decision for purchase, I was wondering if anyone here on /nra/ could assist me in making a decision between Gen 3 or Gen 4.

Beyond the listed differences/updates were there any subtle differences that you noticed that might not be mentioned in a cursory google search between the two (trigger sensitivity, potential cleaning issues, magazine spring, grip feel, etc.)?

Since my budget isn't amazing high right now, is the difference in price worth the purchase at this point or should I consider looking into a used/refurbished one of the two and if so, which one?

Any recommended initial attachment purchases (different sight, extended mag, flashlight, etc.)?

Any info would be very much appreciated.
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Emma Fuckleshaw - Mon, 27 Jun 2016 20:58:09 EST ID:vPcML+S5 No.42597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42588
Gen 4 is not simply better in my experience. Gen 3 feels better to me. Like most things its a matter of the individuals build and preferences.

There is a reason they still make the Gen 3.
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Mo Sin Nag Aunt - Sat, 02 Jul 2016 21:17:42 EST ID:kzyIyIW6 No.42607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Get ready to be schooled op!
Gen 3's have different stippling on the grip thus providing a different feel. They're much smoother than the gen 4's rough textured frame. Gen 4's come with a set of backstraps to attach, but I find them to be an unnecessary marketing gimicks. If you really want to change the grip to your liking this can be done on any generation. Older gen 3 models have a different finish on the slide similar to that of a teflon frying pan. I find these more desirable than current production gen 3's, and 4's because it is less prone to scratches and smudging. It is a darker shinier black than the greyish finish used today. There's also a rarer version of the gen 3 called the RTF2 which has a different stippling pattern that's more similar to the gen 4 but much smaller when compared. These sometimes have strangely cut slide serrations known as "fish gills" to glock connoiseurs. As any unique rarity in the world things of this nature typically fetch a higher price for collectibility purposes. I've noticed the polymer frames are slightly different in look and feel throughout the generations of changes and higher production rates. Some seem darker and less grainy compared to lighter colored frames. In my old gen 4 (sold now) I could see a blatant casting line running through the middle where the casts connected. It's probably just differs between the date of the batch, and location as some glocks are made in Austria, and some in America. Gen 3's as previously stated have a less robust recoil spring compared to the newer dual recoil spring. They supposedly reduce recoil, but from my personal experience it was very minimal if at all barely noticable of a difference. I compared the same model through different generations side by side. I don't have a problem with the older recoil springs, and as the saying goes if it ain't broke don't fix it. Some early batches of gen 4's had malfunctions due to the dual recoil spring actually, but glock has since fixed the issue. In my personal opinion I would say shoot for an older used gen 3 police trade in because it will be cheaper than a brand new gen 4.

With that all said my preference is …
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Ian Sudgechuck - Sun, 03 Jul 2016 01:01:21 EST ID:ae+EQSh0 No.42608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42607
You really didn't notice a difference in recoil springs? I had two 35s one gen 4 and one gen 3 the gen 4 felt more like a 9mm
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Mo Sin Nag Aunt - Thu, 07 Jul 2016 10:46:22 EST ID:kzyIyIW6 No.42625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42608
Nope! If there is a difference it's miniscule. I had two 23s and the muzzleflip/recoil felt the same between the gen 4 and gen 2. Maybe there's a more noticable difference in the longslide models you used. From my experience the .40S&W in a compact frame will be snappy regardless of springs used. I ditched my gen 4 and kept the gen 2. It's got an overall better feel to it in my opinion so i'm more accustomed to it thus improving accuracy and comfort.
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Lydia Goblingwell - Thu, 07 Jul 2016 16:11:37 EST ID:VghE2Esa No.42626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7E9tc-5Pvr7YBlayW7WIyg


Books by Rebecca Brookman - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 04:07:13 EST ID:m19GkKX0 No.39903 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Reading William Gibson's "Zero History".

A large plot point is the civilian market for tactical gear, he actually drops the terms "operators", "mall ninjas", and "gear queers", and one of the villains is a fashion designer with special forces pretensions, who acts like a spy in a movie, and is after a coveted military contract to design uniforms for the US.

The protagonists' employer, Hubertus Bigend, a sort of meme and trope savvy Lex Luthor type, mentions a sort of psychosis endemic to the special forces, that they're promised that their training will qualify them to do anything, and they end up believing it, so they become sort of self-hypnotised con artists who believe their own pitch, and you end up with unqualified, delusional ex-soldiers teaching anti-terrorist and interrogation techniques to third world police and militaries.

So, read anything topical lately?
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Nell Honnerdale - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 14:48:34 EST ID:P9ddhs4G No.39955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>39954

It just baffles me how they thought it would be a good idea.

This isn't minecraft. Who the hell came up with this shit anyway? Some autist only playing his old Sega Genesis? Is Chris Chan responsible in some way?
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Ian Peshbet - Thu, 29 Jan 2015 09:22:26 EST ID:w4ctr438 No.39979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>39955
  1. It's cheaper to print it that way.
  2. Form over function. By being different than everything people are familiar with, they'll more readily believe it's better than what they're familiar with.
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Walter Nosslewill - Sat, 31 Jan 2015 23:15:40 EST ID:kxuK1B9T No.40008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>39955
Bitch, it was a good idea until some retard decided that gray would match everything.
Seriously, Chunky CADPAT would have been perfectly adequate.
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Lillian Goodham - Thu, 12 Feb 2015 22:43:59 EST ID:P9ddhs4G No.40036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>40008

Tru but flecktarn's weird blobs are still better than your camo playing Tetris.
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Fuck Donnerchot - Sun, 03 Jul 2016 03:27:20 EST ID:T+Vo+jpF No.42610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>40036
Digicam would be perfect if you were trying to hide inside a game of Quake 1.


Canik tp9sf by Ebenezer Dagglestone - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 23:46:22 EST ID:CGLdACbG No.42527 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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just bought one of these bad boys, what does /nra/ think of the canik tp9 series?
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Shit Gisslewell - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 23:36:47 EST ID:CGLdACbG No.42540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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reviews???
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Basil Semmerman - Fri, 10 Jun 2016 06:44:59 EST ID:RAV3qFJk No.42544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42527
Scroll the fuck down homie, there is a thread dedicate to this firearm .
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Isabella Pellerdin - Mon, 20 Jun 2016 21:53:54 EST ID:CGLdACbG No.42580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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just bought one, havent had a chance to shoot it yet, but its a very nice looking gun, fit and finish are dank. swapped the back strap for the bigger option.
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Lydia Dreffingset - Thu, 30 Jun 2016 00:57:55 EST ID:cGZGY6hI No.42605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Great fucking trigger, recoil is hard to notice. Police frame makes this sicker very ligh t, BRB off to duck your bitch, hail satan.


Ideal revolver for self-defense by Angus Bimbleham - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 13:58:09 EST ID:G8R0kBad No.42335 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey dudes. I'm not new to guns or shooting or anything. I was in the army for awhile. However I've never bought a gun of my own because I was always living with people who had guns.

Anyway, I'm wanting to buy a gun to keep in my car for self defense purposes. This is legal in Texas. I prefer revolvers, and would like to keep the cost as low as possible. What do you guys recommend?
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Oliver Tillingbury - Mon, 23 May 2016 06:23:49 EST ID:jvS9pvmg No.42470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42468
I agree with a lot of things in this post.

But you and I both know you need an AR 15...

DO IT
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Dr. Mario - Tue, 07 Jun 2016 14:36:12 EST ID:ywtYchBo No.42536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42470
I know. :(

We have a relative with no joke 40+ firearms and realistically 500+ rounds per firearm. They may have up to 80-100 but half of them are fuddster guns. Their collection is so big that they've got two vaults, one for guns one for ammo. Included in those were around 5-6 AR-15s, though I think they sold a few of them since they skyrocketed in value.

They have at least 2 of them left, tons of mags etc, and they're within an hour's drive, so n a SHtF situation that's one of our destinations anyways. I have the Magnum 870 model, so it holds 6+1 standard 2.75" or 5+1 3" Magnum. I installed a side saddle that holds 6. Leaving the chamber empty that's 6+6= 12 shells, 6 00buck loaded and 3 buck + 3 slugs on the side saddle. Having two saddles looked retarded overkill, but having the capacity of 18 shells on a shotgun was pretty incredible. It did make it very heavy. I've got two...fancy word for shoulder sash that can hold 30+ shells, and a stomach sash type thing, but they're all loaded with birdshot and stashed somewhere in the basement. I'm just a shotgun freak.

I think currently the sidesaddle is empty, since I give no fucks. A single buckshot shell is like 7-9 ~9mm (theyre like 0.31-0.33 can't remember, and 9mm is ~.36-.37mm) round ball rounds per shot. Its absolutely devastating. If it's under 30-50ft my shotgun is absolutely perfect and overpowers an AR, although a semiauto shotgun would be better. 6 shells is enough, and if it's not , I'm heading back in the house with three mags of .40. I've even got aftermarket extended mags for the p3at, lmao.

Its an 18" and i still shoot trap for kicks. I actually hit over 15/25 it's pretty fucking funny, I get looks on the range when I pull it out. I was raised shooting sport clays so i feel much more confident shouldering a shotgun. It's an absolute death machine and the slugs defeat Level II armor easy, that's why I leave the chamber empty, all I have to do is load a shell, add a slug, then work the action, then add another slug. I've now got the equivalent of a double barrel slug followed by 4-5 more buck. If I needed rapid figure at close range, 15 .40 …
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Walter Clackleman - Mon, 20 Jun 2016 23:41:11 EST ID:qsNVniND No.42581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42536
>>fancy word
bandolier

why not sell the p3at w extended clipazines, buy a single stack 9mm (LC9, Glock, p938, kahr) and if you have to sell the .22 otherwise keep it, .22 is quite utilitarian weapon. give wifey the 9mm and take the .40


>>42335
in addition to the semi auto and police trade in advice, I'd say check out Ruger P-series, P85, P89, 90, 94 maybe some others in there. $200-300 and its a full size duty gun.

but remember, this is 420chan and gun in the car plus drugs is asking for ass sex in the local penitentiary.
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Emma Clarrymog - Wed, 22 Jun 2016 14:47:11 EST ID:aQ8pffJK No.42585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42536
Sell the jammomatic.
Fuck the lcp, they break after a 1000 rounds, 380 is piss ant anyway.

Get a xd 9 sub compact, mod 2. 16 shots nice and tiny and ERGONOMIC AS FUCK. Just got one, love it, love it love it.

A j frame (642, 638, etc) revolver is wonders more reliable and more powerful and actually conceal able than a jammomatic piece of shit.


I hate pocket 380s if you couldn't tell...
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Sophie Pushlock - Tue, 05 Jul 2016 06:43:29 EST ID:RBBTomce No.42617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42390
Wow I live in Alabama and I just bought a new M&P 9 shield shit was like over $400 then again it was new but damn the .40 version is niiiiiiiice


Can we just stop and talk about fucking Estwing for awhile by Doris Wiffingwill - Mon, 06 Jun 2016 04:26:21 EST ID:vE6qsFLi No.42532 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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They make some bad ass and affordable shit that you can get at Home Depot. Bought two of these bad boys and had custom sheaths with belt clips because the stock holster is crap, but damn they're solid!

I'm thinking of picking up one of the Rock Picks next.
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Shitting Windledock - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 01:32:47 EST ID:lQ/+yNL+ No.42559 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm unnaturally good at throwing hatchets. Any recommendations?
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Jack Greenforth - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 06:58:13 EST ID:4EwZeCqv No.42560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42559

daily practice

become the hatchetman
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Ernest Gecklemit - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 22:06:36 EST ID:vE6qsFLi No.42565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42558
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+kind+of+steel+does+estwing+use

Lazy mother fuckers I swear.
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Hamilton Trotson - Fri, 17 Jun 2016 03:08:31 EST ID:g3tkpus+ No.42568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i've got one of those old estwing hatchets somewhere, thing's never been sharp but it's durable AS FUCK. leather rotted, some heat-shrink rubber around the handle fixed it, it's ancient. also an estwing roofing hammer. it was well used when i found it by the side of the road and it's proven to be a noticeably excellent hammer, as well as effectively indestructible in the time that i've used/abused it.

the important bit: if you've got an estwing tool it'll probably outlive you and your children, but their bladed tools don't seem to hold an edge well.

>>42558
>Take care of your shit [sic]. There's people using g their grandfather's axe heads because lo and behold the axe was of good quality.
truth. keep the edge away from anything harder than the blade material, and if it can rust then keep it clean and greasy between jobs.




i got gifted a gransfors bruks forest axe a while ago. i'll take this moment to promote the FUCK out of the thing. far as i can tell it can render an entire forest into mulch without suffering any serious harm. plus you can shave with it if you touch up the edge a bit.
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wendy - Mon, 20 Jun 2016 14:34:57 EST ID:YxCVcLtm No.42579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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f i had to rate coldsteel, i'd say it's probably the highest quality mallninja trash you can acquire without having to take a trip to the fleamarket. their "top shelf" offerings just don't compare to similarly priced steel from more respectable sources. i won't deny that they've put out some nifty and fair quality stuff over the years... but that doesn't change the fact that they're infamous for churning out loads of tacticool trash.

anyways, estwing axes. not my favorite for sure, but i have a thing for axes/hatchets so i tend to buy just about everyone I can just for the hell of it lol; even if only just to see how much abuse it can take/how effective it is in relation to its cost/etc. i enjoy the estwing 26", its light and pretty durable for how cheap it is, and its just fun due to how easy it is to maneuver. the thing about it being so light though is that you gotta put a real solid swing into it, so it can be more tiring than just using a heavier axe or a maul with the assistance of gravity and the extra inertia or w/e. i got the smaller one too, i think its 15 or 16", and I got 2 of the estwing hatchets with the leather rings on the handle. i don't really like the ergonomics of those but the 16" estwing is a nice camping implement.

like i had mentioned, i buy a mess of different axes/hatchets to toy with, and though i haven't bought an estwing in years, the leather sheath on mine all say "made in haiti"...i wonder if they still do since haiti still hasnt seemed to have repaired jackshit in the several years since the quake... the axe itself is made in usa though (at least they used to be)



http://www.rmjtactical.com/

https://www.topsknives.com/

^ shit you can actually trust


Building an AR-15 by Phoebe Blytheridge - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 16:59:55 EST ID:pzsvGbJB No.42159 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I bought an AR-15 lower receiver the other day, cerakoted (flat dark earth I think).

I trained with the M16/M4 series of rifles in the Army, so I'm pretty familiar with the weapons system, but I've never built one from scratch before. What should I be aware of? What should I look into and do next?

I already have an AK type rifle for closer engagements, so I'm looking to build a mid/long range rifle.

Thanks.
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Jack Gecklewill - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 18:36:49 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.42268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's coming along, I picked up the pistol grip, lower parts kit, upper receiver, and barrel yesterday. While I was in the store, I ordered the bolt carrier group, buttstock and buffer tube, and muzzle break. They should be in by next week, at which point I'll have most of the stuff I need, all for about $700. There's still a few miscellaneous things I'll need, like the grip wrap I mentioned earlier that will turn it from an illegal babykillin' assault weapon into a legal sporting rifle.
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Phoebe Brookfuck - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 13:21:55 EST ID:6fQFRWvX No.42561 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Picked up the finished product last week!

Right now, I'm just waiting on the optics (a 2-7x 32mm illuminated mil-dot rifle scope) and some screws for the rails I have so I can mount that foregrip to the fore-end.

All told, I spent less than $850, including the optic, 100 rounds of 5.56 ammo, and 2 magazines.
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Matilda Fandergold - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 14:44:57 EST ID:07F54FW4 No.42562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42236
They are pretty similar. The main differences come with carrying firearms and state protections of the right to keep and bear arms as well as prohibiting communities from restricting firearms.

In order to carry a firearm concealed in Nevada you need to qualify with each firearm you plan to carry for your ccw. In Arizona you don't even need a permit, but ccw are available.

Technically the gun laws are better in Arizona, but not for buying AR-15's and magazines. They're pretty much the same when it comes to types of firearms you can own.
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Jack Greenforth - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 18:59:29 EST ID:4EwZeCqv No.42563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42562

in AZ you dont need a permit to concealed carry, and there is no limitation on blade length or blade style. you can walk down the street with a shotgun and a katana in your pants and it's cool
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Nigel Sunkinmock - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 20:37:40 EST ID:g8e3vO0O No.42564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42561
that looks fugly with the tan lower


Knives by Henry Senderbuck - Fri, 28 Nov 2014 16:04:59 EST ID:OqYd/Blc No.39598 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Since I haven't seen a thread in a few pages let's post some fuckin' knives.

Gonna be picking up this bad-boy soon, it's a Higo no Kami Naka. I'm gonna get the smaller size because our knife laws are like 3.5 inches. They're handmade and you can pick em up for about 20$ on amazon, check it out! Anyway post some damn knives!
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Volcanic Beach - Sat, 14 May 2016 02:34:32 EST ID:+mDMAkYS No.42455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Are swords just war-knives?
http://imgur.com/gallery/lx3rD
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Barnaby Fanham - Wed, 18 May 2016 06:10:54 EST ID:mufgO6gb No.42462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Morakniv Cheap, Reliable
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Emma Nollylock - Fri, 27 May 2016 22:38:06 EST ID:07F54FW4 No.42490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42462
+1 on the moras. bought two to stash in both of my cars just for cutting shit. They come extremely sharp and are a great value. A real knife you dont have to worry about and can just use.
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Cedric Smallbanks - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 13:59:08 EST ID:kiC7rRGR No.42526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Where do yu live OP? It is a common misconception that in Canada there is a 3.5 inch knife rule. I cannot speak for the Whole country, but here in Ontario, I uave been told by senior police ataff that the laws say 3.5 inches is for pocket-concealed carry. Tucking knives to hide them in clothing is considered a concealed weapon, but simply puttng a knife in your pocket is not concealed and not a weapon because you are not attempting to hide the blade. As for anything over 3.5 inches, it must be carried om the outside and front of your person in full view so that all can see that you are carrying a large blade and as long as you do not intend to use it in an aggressive manner. Though you do have the right to defend yourself under reasonable grounds.
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Priscilla Billingson - Wed, 15 Jun 2016 00:19:27 EST ID:Y7wqWx3G No.42557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I use an old USA made Schrade Sharpfinger for just about... everything. This isn't a fighting knife (though it'd still be nasty up close) instead, it is a tool. I use it for everything from skinning deer and other game, to filleting fish, to cutting up meat and vegetables for dinner, to whittling wood around the campfire, to cutting paracord for whatever purpose, to cleaning and cutting my nails, and as an eating utensil (washing it beforehand, obviously)

It has never le me down in any of these tasks, and remains on my belt quite often. I did use a dremel to add some gimping on the thumb rest at the top-rear of the blade, though. Not really needed but, I like it. I highly recommend this knife to anyone who wants a ubiquitous tool. They're made in China nowadays and I'm not sure how the quality matches up but, it's a simple formula and they can't have messed it up too bad. They go for about $20.

Pic is related though obviously from google.


Ridiculous, terrible, borderline psychotic, dumb shit you've seen people say about guns by Charles Dunnerstone - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 04:17:03 EST ID:vE6qsFLi No.42537 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Watched a guy pull a bullet out of his arm on YouTube earlier... scrolling through the comments people were talking about what caliber it might have been because the dude said .22, but it looked way bigger.


Anyway, found this gem among them:

"he even attempts to show its a 22. on the inside a 22. is massive its 55.6mm the same as a m16 in width a 9mm is as big as the top of your finger and if you ever shot a 9mm you would know it will blow your whole arm off. all 9mm have allot of velocity as its a massive round where as a 22. (55,6mm) is known to have small cartridges and might skin pop."

>if you ever shot a 9mm you know it will blow your whole arm off
> 22 might skin pop

What the flying fuck y'all
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Shit Gisslewell - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 23:32:11 EST ID:CGLdACbG No.42539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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lol sounds like the guy who commented plays a lot of call of duty
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Oliver Passledock - Thu, 09 Jun 2016 03:00:08 EST ID:vE6qsFLi No.42541 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42539
I looked at his youtube account and he was in the British armed forces hahahah... explained a lot. He literally has his military ID as a picture on his youtube account. Main profile pic? Shirtless ab pic. What the fuck is wrong with some people.
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Basil Semmerman - Fri, 10 Jun 2016 06:44:00 EST ID:RAV3qFJk No.42543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42542
Yeah idk either, I think like a shallow wound? Like just a flesh wound, not like a wound channel.
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Fucking Crummlemog - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 14:22:20 EST ID:vE6qsFLi No.42545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42542
I assumed him to literally mean, "pop the skin" as in a .22 has less power than most BB guns.

Dude was crazy
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Jenny Broggleback - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 20:05:52 EST ID:jvS9pvmg No.42548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42545
yeah maybe like how a bb gun can go into your skin but not your flesh, have the bb embedded under the skin.


Daisy Model 120 .177 cal by Alice Bimblefield - Thu, 26 May 2016 18:16:46 EST ID:U95ROnYc No.42483 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /nra/, I got this old Daisy Model 120 laying around the house and an infestation of chipmunks muddling up my garden. I want to kill them, but I also want to make sure they die a fast death. Will this single-pump BB gun do the trick?

I found it put a hole in one chipmunk at about 20 yards, but another seemed uninjured at the same distance. Pic related.
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James Muttingdot - Sat, 28 May 2016 12:15:32 EST ID:tS4H1kxf No.42493 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I see nothing wrong with it as long as you end suffering as soon as possible.
i hope you have success with those pointed rounds.
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Hannah Drollerstone - Sun, 05 Jun 2016 20:42:44 EST ID:DlENG2yO No.42530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wuudnt use that specific rifle.

Get GAMO piercing pellets or Rocket series.
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Ian Duffingforth - Tue, 07 Jun 2016 00:43:45 EST ID:Y7wqWx3G No.42533 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42483

Hey OP, I bought a Daisy Powerline 880 myself, cost about $47 then bought a $5 tin of 250 Ruger hollowpoint pellets for another $5. This pellet gun isn't single pump so you can adjust the power of your shot if you want. The company recommends ten pumps but I sometimes do 12-15 if shooting at longer range. It has rails for a scope but the iron sights are quite nice, but they needed a lot of sighting in right out of the box because it was pulling to the right by a LOT but I eventually got it on target.

This thing has more than enough power. I've hunted chipmunks, squirrels, Opossums, and rabbits with it without too much trouble. Please note that for the opossums and rabbits I was pulling off head shots. Squirrels and chipmunks though body shots were just plain fine and like with any animal, aim for the vitals for a clean kill.

so for a little over $50 I got an excellent and comfortable varmint rifle. It has a Monte-carlo style stock so it has a nice cheek weld with the built in cheek rest. It can shoot both BB's and pellets and it has a rifled barrel, which makes a big impact on accuracy since a surprising amount of .177 air rifles are smoothbore.

I highly recommend it. Daisy says some models of the 880 come with a 4x scope but, mine didn't.
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Cornelius Haffingchutch - Tue, 07 Jun 2016 01:58:09 EST ID:vE6qsFLi No.42534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42530
Thos GAMO pellets are fucking neat, gonna have to pic some of those up
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Wesley Pallerstone - Tue, 07 Jun 2016 06:38:01 EST ID:jvS9pvmg No.42535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42533
I don't see the appeal really tho, I can get a 22lr plunked used for 50 to 100 dollars, much more efficient killing machine.


canik 55 pt9 by James Medgebetch - Wed, 01 Jun 2016 22:01:17 EST ID:CGLdACbG No.42507 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I like the tan, anyone wanna discuss this gun? wanna put a red dot or an eotech equiv on mine.
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Wraith420 - Wed, 01 Jun 2016 23:58:15 EST ID:K3VjPiR3 No.42508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a tp9sf without the decocker. Excellent pistol for the money. If you want to mount a red dot get the SFX it has a rail built in
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Ebenezer Dagglestone - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 23:49:48 EST ID:CGLdACbG No.42528 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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oh shit son, just posted a thread about the tp9sf i just bought
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Ebenezer Dagglestone - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 23:50:38 EST ID:CGLdACbG No.42529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42508
the sfx jams like a bitch. i'll stick with the sf


IMPROVIZED WEAPON THRED by Archie Fanfuck - Wed, 04 May 2016 10:03:07 EST ID:RX/dg9Iw No.42433 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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GO FROM EASIEST TO HARDEST ILL START

I GIVE TO YOU

POINTY STICK

BLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED

post instructions

for pointy stick
Get stick that is big and bendy
Make one end pointy with a rock or ur teeth OR fancy knife if you;re a FAGGOT
set something on fire
put the pointy end in the fire until golden brown
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Edward Duckham - Sun, 15 May 2016 00:52:52 EST ID:hqx2jn+5 No.42459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42457
The biggest piece of chain about 3 ft long with a massive padlock on it. "For locking up your bike."

And killing a motherfucker who thinks they are bad with 1 hit to the ribcage. Smiley's are way more lethal than you think, and if worse comes to worse, they aren't bad against knives and if you just absolutely had to, guns. Plus, if you have the key to it, they are legal in almost anyplace across the globe and are easy as shit to carry.
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Simon Hegglefield - Thu, 19 May 2016 04:41:02 EST ID:Wf6fybqe No.42464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
givin' people the ol' poopstick'll learn em' rightly
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Sophie Brookson - Sun, 22 May 2016 19:22:24 EST ID:Zl0BNwRA No.42466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42459

>worse comes to worse
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Eugene Murdstock - Tue, 31 May 2016 20:50:40 EST ID:YaVkmvvb No.42505 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42459
Why do they call em smileys?
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Reuben Fadgepick - Wed, 01 Jun 2016 09:46:28 EST ID:YhU9jy4w No.42506 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42505
Because they make homeless people happy.


Degroat handheld minigun by Reuben Fenninglore - Mon, 09 May 2016 06:26:52 EST ID:tbHv+ccd No.42443 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So apparently the handheld minigun is actually a thing now.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5FgePpGFWA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pc1D-l6vVeI

Anyone know how they overcame the myriad reasons why this was never a thing before? You know, power supply, recoil, the gun tending to deposit about a ton of hot brass in your right ear in about 2.5 seconds?
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Augustus Dimblehetch - Mon, 09 May 2016 09:57:04 EST ID:zUFzjNOO No.42444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42443
I suspect modern batteries is how you overcome the power problem, and just general engineering improvements for the other two. Doesn't fix the fact no human can carry enough ammo to run a minigun for any length of time, or that its a solution looking for a problem that GPMGs solved years ago.
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Lillian Grandson - Mon, 30 May 2016 04:06:00 EST ID:va1ZQRmI No.42500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42499
>>42499
Yeah cause when they where filming predator he got rid of all the ammo in a second and then they did it a few more times on the same charge but after reloading the 134 several times


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