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Savage Axis .243 Winchester by Caroline Pirrynick - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 18:28:36 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.41501 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /nra/,

I'm looking into making another firearms purchase. This is due to my feeling that my M91/30 is inadequate as a longer-range weapon. My first issue is with the felt recoil. Secondly, it would require alteration to the weapon to mount optics. Thirdly, I am a left-handed shooter, and operating the action is inconvenient.

So, I am looking into a rifle that is effective at longer range, has less felt recoil, can easily accept a scope, and has a left-handed bolt.

The Savage Axis, left-handed model, chambered in .243 Winchester seems to fit these criteria. My local gun shop says they can get me one for around $300, which is a great price for what I'm looking for.

So, I have a few questions about this rifle.

>Has anyone on this board ever shot one or does anyone here own one?

>How does the recoil compare to other calibers?

I've fired several battle rifle and intermediate cartridges from various rifles, such as 7.62x54r from an M91/30, .303 British from an SMLE, 8mm Mauser from a Spanish Mauser, 7.62x39 from an AK-type rifle, 5.56 NATO from an M16A2, etc. I was hoping someone would be able to tell me how the .243 Winchester recoil compares to some of these cartridges.
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Samuel Turveystone - Mon, 28 Sep 2015 17:14:03 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.41535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41534

What about the Bushnell Banner 4-12x40mm? It's $103 on amazon.com and has great reviews. I even found a review by a guy whohas it mounted on a rifle chambered in .243 Winchester and he says he can easily kill varmints at 350+ yards with it.

http://www.chuckhawks.com/bushnell_banner_4-12x40mm.htm

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000A0AGW
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PONY !zomGDeAgLE - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 07:43:55 EST ID:JW6A/1ow No.41540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>41534
See
>>41113

You can get good groups with a piss poor optic. Whether those groups will be exactly where you want them to be is the issue. With QD rings, there is zero reason to skimp on optics. Buy once, cry once.
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Cyril Fankindale - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 20:00:58 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.41545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41540

Naw, I don't believe you. All the reviews I'm reading about this scope say that it's great.
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PONY !zomGDeAgLE - Wed, 30 Sep 2015 05:50:27 EST ID:JW6A/1ow No.41549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41545
Then you have a problem with reading comprehension. The bulk of the reviews are saying it's great "for the price" or "compared to lolTasco." Buy it if you want, but one day you'll use quality glass and kick yourself.

Also, you really REALLY shouldn't be relying on amazon reviews for shooting gear. Look at midway or cabela's reviews instead. Those dedicated sportsmen's sites attract far more btdt people who can give better informed opinions.
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Faggy Binnerspear - Wed, 30 Sep 2015 08:41:48 EST ID:yD7bdtM1 No.41550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41549

He's right you know.

Good glass uses the rifle.


CCW Noob by Shitting Brundlekure - Mon, 21 Sep 2015 23:48:13 EST ID:Eub6Fk75 No.41468 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've spent my whole life being drilled with gun safety by my dad. I know the basics. I can shoot proficiently and I know how to safely and properly handle a firearm of any sort.

I'm now coming on a time in my life where I'm looking to get my CCW permit for the first time, and I was looking for some advice. My dad has 40 years of knowledge to give me, but I was looking for other advice to sort of reach a consensus, I suppose.

I live in Washington, so all I have to do is show up at the sheriff's office on fingerprinting day and hand them 70 bucks and they'll start the process. I plan on getting my Utah permit soon after, and trying my best to find a sheriff in Oregon that'll also issue me one. By those combined, I'll be covered for all the states I routinely travel through.

Here's where I'm kind of unsure: I have an old Llama Firearms 1911 9mm, which is absolutely not an ideal CCW gun. But until I can afford to save up a bit more, it's all I've got, and I've been thinking of trying to accustom myself to a shoulder holster since I always wear a fairly baggy overshirt that would cover it.

My second inquiry is what /nra/'s consensus would be for a good CCW pistol when I CAN afford one. My dad's been advocating for a Makarov as a relatively cheap first-timer, but I've seen some pretty appealing Glocks in this area as well.
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Charlotte Buzzstone - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 04:13:18 EST ID:Eub6Fk75 No.41496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>41495
Here I was thinking the same thing.
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Charlotte Buzzstone - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 04:19:17 EST ID:Eub6Fk75 No.41497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also, nobody has addressed the shoulder holster inquiry, so can I assume that's an okay short-term plan?
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Caroline Pirrynick - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 17:56:02 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.41500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>41494

My P-64 is 100% reliable, and cost me less than $250 including the background check and shipping. I've never had a single malfunction with it and I've fired a few hundred rounds from it so far. I found an extra magazine for $25 that feeds just as reliably as the magazine it came with. I bought an inside-waistband holster for it that cost me like $15 including shipping. Ammunition is about $10-15 for 50 rounds, or 20-30 cents per round. It's also more accurate than a lot of other weapons meant for concealed carry.

>>41497

Shoulder holsters seem like they would be pretty inconvenient to draw from, but I've never used one before. Also, I live in California, so I don't usually wear the sort of clothing that would actually allow me to utilize one. I recommend an inside waistband holster for a concealed carry weapon, that's what I use. I carry at my office and no one has ever commented on or noticed my weapon, to my knowledge.
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Phineas Perrystit - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 09:01:39 EST ID:Eub6Fk75 No.41508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41500
That's all great information, thanks.

As for the holsters, for me it's all gonna be a matter of practice and getting used to it since I've never really concealed carried before, just open carry on a belt holster. I figure if I can find a cheap shoulder holster and end up not liking it, then it's no big loss
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Phineas Nossleworth - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 14:41:12 EST ID:eJ5MzTqD No.41543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you guys that like Maks actually used them for anything other than shooting at the range? Ever dropped one? Gotten it dirty? Gotten it hot? Used it under stress? They're not good guns. Every gun is 100% reliable if you barely ever use it.
Do you guys also use uncle mikes holsters?


Gun Porn by Whitey Fanshit - Mon, 11 Aug 2014 00:27:10 EST ID:9WjvlJRP No.38965 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Post Guns, any type, weapons of war, hunting, or just cool weapons.

No swords/bats
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Ernest Ganderset - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 06:55:04 EST ID:JVja9r+9 No.41474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41469
Where's here? Not the states I hope.
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Hedda Ginkinchit - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 09:55:58 EST ID:rzRvf7OE No.41475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41467
>peanut oil
You ARE retarded.

Jesus fucking Christ, kid, you had best be trolling.
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Ernest Ganderset - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 10:19:01 EST ID:JVja9r+9 No.41476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>41475
1/10 explain yourself Mr. Troll.
You probably won't though because you're full of shit and a bitch and a faggot etc. etc.
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Ernest Ganderset - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 10:21:13 EST ID:JVja9r+9 No.41477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41475
Oh I get it now, you're jealous.
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nz !!vVWR8L52 - Wed, 23 Sep 2015 01:01:25 EST ID:mwl4fRmB No.41485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41474
Nah, the states would never do something like that. New Zealand.

Still though, our gun laws are okay. You can get your C category license at 18 and buy as many of anything as you want. Pistols, smgs, machine guns, lmgs etc. From what I've compared, machine gun prices here are a little cheaper then the states. I guess cos there's a limited number over there.

http://www.guncity.com/firearms/all-firearms/ec-category-lic./ccategory/all-c-category-guns
here's a link to a local stores C cat section.


Baby Fudds by Fuck Briddlekudge - Thu, 17 Sep 2015 09:24:25 EST ID:JVja9r+9 No.41443 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Post the worst baby fudds you've seen.
You know the type, the fudd who is half a fedora and posts cringeworthy youtube videos of their dangerously stupid endeavors.
Just found this kid last week, waiting for the day he blows a hand off.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ep84ghYWp2o
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Oliver Bankinworth - Thu, 17 Sep 2015 17:25:18 EST ID:yD7bdtM1 No.41445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41443

You seem jealous of his ability OP.

nb for your shit thread but thanks for the decent channel.
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Lydia Crondlefuck - Fri, 18 Sep 2015 07:19:48 EST ID:DqqI6u3G No.41446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does fudd just mean dumbass with guns now? When did the meaning change?
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Shit Blytheshaw - Fri, 18 Sep 2015 22:34:16 EST ID:SjIp9rvd No.41448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For as young as he is that nigga sure as fuck got some gunsmithing skills
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nz !!vVWR8L52 - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 00:19:30 EST ID:mwl4fRmB No.41471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41448
Yeah he aint bad. Check out some of the guys on homegunsmith, weaponeer or gunbuilders. Those guys have skill. Though he IS good for his age. I've seen his channel before because of his 38sp dbl bbl derringer.


Henry Lever-Action .22lr by Esther Grandway - Fri, 03 Jul 2015 01:32:59 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.40877 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The gun shop down the street from me is selling these for just under $300.

https://www.henryrifles.com/rifles/lever-action-22-rifle/

What do y'all think? Anyone own one or shot one before?

The price is more than reasonable imo, and I've been meaning to pick up a .22lr rifle and a lever-gun. This rifle would satisfy both of those desires at once, so it seems like a good buy to me.
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Charles Sucklesun - Mon, 14 Sep 2015 22:13:29 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.41426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>41415

You are so unbelievably dumb. I have to ignore you so I don't have to read your blithering-idiot-tier posts.
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Walter Hucklestick - Wed, 16 Sep 2015 12:42:01 EST ID:AWgJcTHt No.41433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41413
The word caliber refers to the width of the round. If you want to say a .38spc and a .357 magnum are different sizes you would say any of the multitude of words and phrases that are not caliber.
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Doris Blemmlenedge - Mon, 21 Sep 2015 15:51:57 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.41462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41433

I don't think you read the thread very carefully. Two posters were speaking disparagingly about certain calibers and comparing them (based solely on diameter of the round) to .223 or .22lr rounds. I pointed out the stupidity of this, because anyone with half a brain knows that the projectile fired from a 7.62x54r cartridge is much larger than say, that fired from a 7.62x25 cartridge.
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Whitey Foshmet - Mon, 21 Sep 2015 18:51:10 EST ID:vyrdAcmC No.41463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41426
I ignored him because of your post, thanks. Also tripfag
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nz !!vVWR8L52 - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 00:17:00 EST ID:mwl4fRmB No.41470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41462
Think you're just retarded and cannot understand sarcasm tbh. You honestly didn't get the bit about a .177 bb being more powerful then a .22 because it's a "bigger number"? really?

Mind you don't expect much from meme spewing teenagers who spout stuff like "top kek"


Camera hidden in dead bug. I'm a spy by Buttbuttbutt - Mon, 14 Sep 2015 20:59:33 EST ID:mPmKFbpV No.41419 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Look closely at the shiny part in the bug on the left
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Hannah Greenworth - Sun, 20 Sep 2015 10:48:11 EST ID:rzRvf7OE No.41454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hows abouts ya kills yaself?


I need help with Viking Weapon cosplay by Frederick Blovingworth - Tue, 08 Sep 2015 19:32:56 EST ID:th1dwKQ6 No.41401 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Greetings. My friends and I like to get drunk and go to cons dressed as Tele-Tubbies. It's hilarious running around and partying but our costumes are starting to fall apart. During Dragoncon 2015 I had an epiphany. What would be a durable cosplay where it would be acceptable to be drunk? Vikings!

We want to be as historically accurate as possible. Obviously plastic weapons would be safe, but I don't want to be an e-bay warrior. We are going to build our own shield, and I feel like a plastic dopey axe would totally ruin the immersion.

Keeping in mind that we will probably be intoxicated, how can I make sure that nobody gets hurt from these weapons? We won't be running or swinging them around obviously but drunk people drop things and if we drop them I don't want to gash open someone's leg.

For that exact reason I was leaning towards axes rather than swords.

tl;dr
What is a nice AFFORDABLE axe to use?
How can I make them as safe as possible?

Thanks for your time
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Fucking Goffingfare - Tue, 08 Sep 2015 20:53:54 EST ID:7Hwk0nrL No.41403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should probably get some sort of blunted replica of an axe from the time period you're looking at. That is, a real forged steel axe, but with a blunted edge.

Example: http://www.wulflund.com/weapons/axes-poleweapons/dane-battle-axe-blunt-replica.html/
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Augustus Mishped - Tue, 08 Sep 2015 21:53:29 EST ID:th1dwKQ6 No.41404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41403 That's a really good idea, thanks for your input man

I just had another mini epiphany.
A wooden axe (like something for training) that we paint metallic silver or something?
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Augustus Mishped - Tue, 08 Sep 2015 22:13:07 EST ID:th1dwKQ6 No.41405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.knifehog.com/cold-steel-trench-hawk-trainer-92bkpth.html?CAWELAID=330010870000005607&gclid=CIaBvbnx6McCFYyQHwodSKILtA

We just drunkedly found this.. How does this look? we love the price, that's for sure
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A Wizard - Thu, 10 Sep 2015 23:59:40 EST ID:ohIRQqu4 No.41408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41401

Just commission a local craftsman for what you need. A skilled hand can make better gear, in less time, for less money, than an unskilled drunk guy.

Also, FYI the shield is the hardest part to make. :/

Also, as stated before, for the weapons, just get some training swords. Either metal wasters or wood.

As for the "trench hawk".... not right at all. Ug, honestly, stay away from axe designs man, somebody is going to get hurt even if they're blunt. It's still a freakin lump of steel on the end of a stick, and if you're not actually training, it's going to be a hazard when you play. Use a sword, it has a crossguard and the weight isn't all at one end.

._. and also the wooden axe will likely cost more than the steel one, unless it's really crude. Liable to look like the tin man from a highschool rendition of The Wizard of Oz too. (Damn you shiny silver paints, always looking like duct tape!}

Hope this helps.
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Hugh Basslebodging - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 21:02:29 EST ID:ltiXhHPB No.41412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
One thing that would be important to mention is that a lot of cons have rules about peace-tying (locking away) weapons, even if they aren't sharp. My best advice would be to get some light-contact LARP weapons/shields - they'll look cool as hell and you should be able to drop them on the floor as much as you want

Like
http://www.darkknightarmoury.com/c-83-larp-axes.aspx
http://www.calimacil.com/

You can probably find a decent piece for around $50, which may still be less than you'd be paying for a real or wooden one


AMerican INdian Wars by Eugene Blytheford - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 02:24:41 EST ID:KH5quCue No.41409 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Oh, the pacification of the Native American. Can we talk about this genocide?
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Thread was locked by: Therm0ptic
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Edwin Havingmod - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 05:45:31 EST ID:JW6A/1ow No.41411 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's a history board. I suggest you take advantage of it.


Does anyone on here agree with this article? by Whitey Fombletitch - Mon, 14 Jul 2014 18:52:38 EST ID:rUfmMiYf No.38755 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/alex-knepper/its-time-to-stop-scapegoa_b_3048206.html
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Lydia Barddock - Fri, 04 Sep 2015 20:50:18 EST ID:Hdj4G+qW No.41390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41389
wheres that vid lol
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Jarvis Fellerchotch - Sat, 05 Sep 2015 15:43:42 EST ID:65vYrslo No.41394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41389
I've had pitbulls since I was a baby. They're cute and cuddly and think they're human. They just like to sit around and get played with.
Pretty sure you acted like a dumbass around one and it bit you in the ass. Not their fault they're usually owned by hood niggers, wetbacks, and rednecks.
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Wesley Sullerway - Sun, 06 Sep 2015 00:15:01 EST ID:7GqLnbMa No.41395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41394
how can you not realize this person is trolling
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nz !!vVWR8L52 - Sun, 06 Sep 2015 23:55:13 EST ID:D6KvQQb7 No.41396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41395
Works best when you mix a bit of truth in with the bullshit. A lot of people do believe that shit. nb
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Charles Dushford - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 12:06:05 EST ID:ZVBRMB/+ No.41399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41394
All the pitbull mixes I know are super kind and lovey dovey.
The one pure bred pitbull I've ever met was a literal killing machine and tried to attack me several times. Blame that on the owner though.


Mosin rifles. by Niggaloth Cottonshire - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 02:13:55 EST ID:BtZb5oIB No.41383 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup guys, thinking about buying a Tula 91 Mosin from 1900. Apparently it has been counterbored and after some studying I find that I don't mind that fact so much. Anyways, I know firing a gun over 100 years old isn't necessarily safe but have any of y'all ever fired a Mosin that old? Would I have to worry about my hands being blown off? My buddy told me that generally the older the Mosin the nicer it was made and from pictures it seems to be true. Thanks!
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Angus Serringmodge - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 15:49:47 EST ID:bytXy50A No.41384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why wouldn't it be safe? Mine's over 70 years old and it's still working fine. The things are built like tanks. As long as the parts aren't worn to shit or damaged, it should be fine.

Also, from what I know, counterboring has the potential to fuck up accuracy if it's not done correctly. Otherwise it's meant to be fine since you're not sacrificing very much rifling in the scheme of things.

Buy one. If you have the money, find a Finnish mosin pattern rifle. They're much higher quality in general, but a mosin will still serve you just fine as long as the bore is in good shape.

My irons are a little canted, but I've been shooting mine for so long that it doesn't matter. The bore on mine is nice and shiny too, so I can shoot steel plates under a foot wide at 150 yards at my local range with it. It'd be cool to put some cheap optics on it, but I can't be bothered taking it in to have the rear sight post pins drilled out.

And there's a guy on youtube making 1km shots with his. If you're lucky, you'll get a good one.
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Charles Crugglefoot - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:00:27 EST ID:6Juz53Jo No.41385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41383

Check the bore integrity and headspace by asking the dealer to check it with a headspace gauge for you (in front of you). Usually headspace issues can indicate bore integrity issues.

Mosins are very solid rifles but mistakes do happen.

Check the uniformity of the crown, if the barrel is bent or the crown is nicked it can ruin the accuracy, this can be fixed if the barrel is uniform for the most part but a seriously bent barrel is a no-go. Obviously.

If the crown is nicked ask the dealer to recrown it and make sure it's a recessed crown if it isn't already. Shaving off the barrel to expose the crown face is a shitty idea only for rifles with a muzzle brake or some other extra layer of protection.

Check the stock for cracks. Just look at the grain and notice any irregular lines which indicate hairline fractures.

Learn the weapon before buying it inside and out.

The bolts usually have no issues but the firing pin is the weak point on most firearms. Check that it is working.
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Charles Crugglefoot - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:02:01 EST ID:6Juz53Jo No.41386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41385

And like Angus said do make sure the bore rifling isn't worn thin. Otherwise you might as well buy a musket.


If you could participate in ANY battle from now to the stone ages by Hedda Blaffingworth - Sun, 05 Jul 2015 04:05:51 EST ID:LdxiU1ob No.40893 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Which would you choose and how would you fight it? On what side? Armed with what? In which position (rank, if any)? Why? Feel free to indulge in your craziest battle fantasies, so long as you're basing it off history.
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Polly Figglewat - Thu, 27 Aug 2015 16:30:24 EST ID:vJj2lNv3 No.41339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41337

You think because they practiced a part of socialism (communism) they must be full on socialists? They can't be a dictatorship that uses communism?
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Lillian Clayfuck - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 23:52:58 EST ID:HaOCmy5Y No.41356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>41337
>Soviet Russia, China, Mongolia, North Koorea, Vietnam
Those were/are totalitarian governments that paid lip service to Marx and socialism. Now, I would argue that they represent a discredited branch of socialist ideology but the Nazis certainly did not. The Nazi ideology was more about justifying state control and direction through nationalism and class collaboration rather than class warfare and worker's rights.

Hitler took much of his political cues from Mussolini, a former socialist who rejected that ideology in favor of a "third way." That is, not liberal democracy of the west and totalitarian socialism of the east.
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Archie Snodlock - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 21:46:33 EST ID:FO5Ugjzg No.41377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41300
Love the Germans, not a fan of the ideology.
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Cyril Pickhall - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 04:52:16 EST ID:IZFqe/q3 No.41378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Derelict !hxBgYqrxmc - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 00:18:39 EST ID:sBfHwPXd No.41381 Report Quick Reply
Waterloo
British side, fighting alongside the King's German Legion
Baker rifle
And right at the front, no way i'd survive but perforating some crapauds would be a fine way to die


ISIS (and others) getting rekt. Helmet-Cam edition! by Wet Zombiefucker - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 06:46:21 EST ID:uijiD/NJ No.41343 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking for footage of ISIS getting rekt.
"Close Quarter" Combat like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHQ-JFtbgQg

but without cutting out the unpleasant
like getting hit
or showing the enemies getting hit.
(think this serves just for stupid couch-potatoes and call of duty-morons, who think war is clean and enemies respawn!)!

Show me the true thing!
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Nigel Baddlewell - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 18:28:40 EST ID:6Juz53Jo No.41352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41351

Da fuq man it's a catch-all for anything war related on vid don't be oversensitive ISIS had some sick vids. This ain't fuckin /pol/ no one gives a shit.
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Sidney Ninningmure - Sat, 29 Aug 2015 10:24:26 EST ID:plf1Auv+ No.41360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41352
actually I give a shit.
Why would I give these goatwhores a click or even the attention watching their retarded insanity?!
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Phineas Havingteg - Sat, 29 Aug 2015 10:38:25 EST ID:6Juz53Jo No.41361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41360

Because you're not a propaganda suckling faggot.

Right?
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Jenny Gappershaw - Sat, 29 Aug 2015 10:54:15 EST ID:rzRvf7OE No.41362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>41351
lulz
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Caroline Gannerfit - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 02:03:23 EST ID:yXpAhSZ5 No.41374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Liveleak has a fair bit of this sort of thing


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