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Good, all around rifle for cheap

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- Tue, 29 Mar 2016 14:57:10 EST biIxb5cP No.42298
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I've been considering purchasing a rifle for a while now, for recreational shooting and home defense. I served in the military so I know my way around a firearm, although I'm not a gunsmith tier expert or anything. I want something cheap, but functional and chambered in a larger round like 7.62. Any tips or advice you have about purchasing a weapon or finding a good range would be appreciated.
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Samuel Cubblefitch - Sat, 02 Apr 2016 15:55:32 EST konTXej4 No.42308 Reply
>>42307
>Don't get me wrong, if I was wanting to zerg rush Poland, Finnland and East Germany I would love AR's over AK's.

Reverse that....
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Nigger Beffinggold - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 06:28:11 EST biIxb5cP No.42309 Reply
>>42303
>>42304
Good advice, thank you.
>>42305
How do I go about selecting the right ammo?
Is the right size round the right size round or what?
>>42306
>>42307
Suppose one wanted to buy a cheap AK as in investment like you're both describing. What advice would you offer someone interested in doing that?
I'm pulling for Sanders, among other reasons because he's pretty moderate on guns, but I'll save it for /pol/
>"big stronk rooskie use 7.62! I must use 7.62! I SKRONK I BREAK ENEMY!!!"
Pretty much this.
I want a big boy round to shatter cinder blocks, watermelons and the chest cavities of burglars. Maybe it's impractical and I should settle for 5.56. Afterall I mainly want a rifle to dick around at the range with.
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Simon Seckleman - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 22:25:54 EST konTXej4 No.42311 Reply
>>42309
>Ammo.

For The 7.62x39 it is incredibly easy. Just buy the cheapest shit you can. All the steel case is good enough except for maybe Herters. Never buy any ammo made in Pakistan or India. Chinks make good ammo but it is hard to get. Yugo Yellow Tip is some of the most hardcore 7.62x39 made but it is rare as fuck and I don't know the designation for it. AP, AP-i or explosive is all pretty much impossible to find of course. Tula and Brown/Silver Bear is about the best price/performance. Silver Bear is what I would say is about the best steel cased for a reasonable price. Tula is really hit or miss but I've never had a dude round or a round that fucked up. Sometimes you buy Tula and get HP. Sometimes you get silver cases. I've actually gotten silver bullets. Likely Tin plated or even more likely Zinc bullets. It is like an easter egg. You know it is candy but you don't know what kind! I think some early "Red Army Standard" was corrosive. Be wary of corrosive foreign milsurp as always. ____ Bear and Tula are never corrosive.

For .223 it is really just depending on what you want to do. I just use 90% Tula and 10% reloads. Technically, for ammo you want to match grains and twists but I never give a shit about it because 1:7, 1:8 and 1:9 will shoot 55 up to 77 fine enough. 1:12 is nonexistant now so don't even worry about it. Technically, 45-62 is ideal for 1:9. 1:8 is suppose to be good for everything but is less common. 1:7 is operator tacticool because it can "do 62-80." In reality, you won't know any difference as long as you stick around 55-77 which is like all fucking ammo save for weird ass shit that is like 90 cents a round. Steel case is fine just don't shoot steel case then shoot brass case without cleaning. Shooting brass then shooting steel is fine. Brass expands to chamber very tightly. Steel doesn't. Shit gets in the chamber with steel cases and then when you shoot brass that shit sticks up on the case and the extractor slips over the rim or rips the rim off. Those O-ring extractor mods that increase extractor pressure can rip the rim off. Which is a bitch to get out because you need a rod+tree/hammer instead of a screwdriver. Technically steel is harder on the extractor but I think that is bullshit because 1. Extractors will fail eventually. 2. Extractors are much harder than the steel in cases. The case itself has nothing to do with the breaking of the extractor. The extractor is hardened steel which means it is more brittle. Steel cases come out easier in every scenario due to their lower expansion which means that they are actually easier on the extractor but internet myth from tards that don't know metallurgy will claim otherwise. Honestly just shoot whatever the fuck you want out of your AR. 77gr is good for longer ranges. 55-62 is great for everything else.

>Best AK for speculation/price gouging.

The cheapest hunk of shit you can find. That way you save money so you can slap on tons of UTG plasticrap to sell to idiots on armslist. An out of line Century or IO with black everything and a bi-pod, scope, 45 degree red dot, forward grip and folding stock will sell for 1500 dollars during a panic buying frenzy. I've literally seen a box (100) of P-Mags sell for 6k dollars during Sandy Hook. There was a guy walking around a gun show every ten feet with a garage built PSA AR+bi-pod, scope and forward grip for 2k dollars. If there are idiots freaking out buying shit aka Speculating, then just deliver whatever is scary or illegal looking.

>The last bit.

Well, I'm not you but 5.56 is the same price as 7.62x39 for steel case or close enough. 5.56 doesn't shoot like a rainbow and is generally found in more accurate weapons. 7.62x39 guns typically suck after 300 yards. 5.56 sucks after 450ish. Which honestly, just use .308 at that point but whatever. 5.56 defensive ammo will probably fuck someone up faster than whatever 7.62x39 you can get. Either rounds will ruin someones day easily so it really doesn't matter. 5.56 will explode shit "better." 7.62x39 pokes more of holes into stuff and keeps going. 5.56 fragments due to velocity so it is usually more entertaining I guess. 7.62x39 honestly isn't that fun to shoot because of the recoil and the guns that use it generally suck to use. At least it isn't to me. Some people enjoy the rifle bouncing around like a pair of tits but I prefer …
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Which .45?

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- Fri, 26 Feb 2016 22:58:45 EST R9qnsgut No.42222
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I'm in the market for a new .45 and I'm trying to decide between these pistols:

Springfield TRP 1911
Colt 1911 series 70
S&W 945
EAA witness elite match

Does anyone have experience with any of these pistols? Which of these pistols would any of you recommend in terms of accuracy? Reliability? Aftermarket parts/customization? Customer service? I'm also interested in hearing any recommendations to any similar .45 pistols that I did not list.Thank in advance
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Jack Beckleway - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 15:50:59 EST 7Hwk0nrL No.42261 Reply
>>42260

I use AmmoSeek and just buy a bunch of whatever is the lowest price per round.

Revolver

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- Tue, 22 Mar 2016 15:01:52 EST dQFXP0lg No.42279
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What's a good gun for someone looking for a rwcolver? I always wanted a Smith and Wesson but any others other that good?
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Caroline Chondlekore - Tue, 22 Mar 2016 19:04:21 EST SjIp9rvd No.42280 Reply
If you can find them, try to find the old s&w revolvers, like from the 60s and 70s. I have an early model 19 that I got as a police trade in and it's solid as fuck.
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Emma Sabberline - Thu, 24 Mar 2016 02:16:58 EST U6QLjGCM No.42281 Reply
get a 686 plentiful and they work

Swords?

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- Wed, 27 May 2015 13:24:59 EST S9tl7xu3 No.40694
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Anybody know some great places to buy swords online? I realize this isnt google, but I (for some reason) trust you folks better than other online sources. Looking for the following features in a sword:

>simple design. Looking for function, not flashiness
>inexpensive. Swords are expensive I know, but I'm looking for something in the $100-250 range
> looking for a short sword or a dirk
> sturdiness and reliability

Pic related
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Whitey Choshbanks - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 06:07:25 EST PAnJ8Ux6 No.42223 Reply
>>41892
>someone with no knowledge of anatomy
>Sure, they get one kidney, but guess what fucker, we've got two!

dude you just done shitted in your own mouth, as we say around here
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Sophie Drungerfetch - Tue, 01 Mar 2016 00:46:20 EST 66i4OHNV No.42245 Reply
Originalcontentguy on /k/ knows a swordsmith whose work I like. They're not exactly wallhangers, but all his blades are brutally functional, and he tests them by driving them through a steel barrel. But the smith has no internet, and you'd have to contact him through OCG.

I used to know another guy who did nice work, but he got sick, fell behind on commissioned work and disappeared.

M1 Garand Feels

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- Sun, 08 Feb 2015 18:52:24 EST OsKPwj94 No.40022
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Hi pewpewpew. First time here. Frequenter of /opi/. I feel out of place with so many normal people...

Anyway. Fired an M1 Garand a while back. Loved the feel and have been nostalgic for how it felt in my hand. The heavy, hand carved, stocky, light recoil, and ping sound is sorely missed.

I'm in Canuckistan and can't get anything with more than a 5 round mag for a semi-auto. I know an SKS is the cheaper option to go for. But I want something that feels like an M1 Garand that doesn't cost $2000.
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Martha Fankinhare - Sun, 15 Feb 2015 15:55:39 EST SjIp9rvd No.40043 Reply
>>40041

They're currently recalling basically every remington 700 made before 2007 because of the well known design flaw of its Walker trigger that they denied was even a thing for the longest time until someone finally died because of it.
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Basil Puffingfoot - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 14:33:37 EST 86I1hY2e No.40158 Reply
>>40043

LOL, do they have to remove all those videos and articles they made about how the trigger is a perfectly safe design, now?
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Ian Drittingstock - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 11:29:30 EST /+iEmB96 No.42241 Reply
>>40041
lol i've heard that about the Jap Nambu

The M1A jamming I've heard of has to do with the action being exposed and moving, allowing stuff to get caught in the movement. The only people who can complain are the guys who hold the rifle by the action and not farther up. I hold mine with the sling and have no problems.

When I was researching the rifle, some codbloper had videos of his "combat rifle school" and he showed how his glove would get caught in the action and jam things up. The only guy in the class with tacticool gear on; go figure.

Legal gun ownership

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- Sat, 23 Jan 2016 07:55:21 EST kqNrLpm4 No.42059
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I'm just wondering? Just how many lol-no-guns-allowed-Europoor-countries actually allow you to own guns?

I know you can legally own guns here in the Netherlands, in Norway, Sweden and Finland. Help me out brothers. Time to put a bullet in the head of ignorance.
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Henry Summleworth - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 06:41:32 EST kqNrLpm4 No.42065 Reply
>>42061
>Czech Republic is technically looser than US. You can own basically anything made but you need certain class licenses. Tanks with armed cannons are "legal."

What? Hahahaha, what?
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Oliver Subberville - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 15:21:58 EST JTb0ofAs No.42225 Reply
>>42065

Good luck buying a tank in Czeckoslovakia SERB peenus rusk
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Martha Fenningkuck - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 16:51:18 EST xe0wxc/6 No.42226 Reply
>>42065
Learn to read and research retard instead of making some snide 3 word comment.

Drugs for Shooting

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!!HToBa9dh - Wed, 16 Sep 2015 19:08:19 EST AAvm0KRN No.41437
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Since we are a drug board, I suppose I could ask this here. What's the best drug for range shooting marksmanship? I need something to help me unload an entire Ruger American 5-clip within 10 seconds as accurately as possible. I'm thinking a beta-blocker. I'm also shit at finding drugs so how about ritalin? That might fuck me up too much. Would it be better to take lorazepam 5 hours before hand to help me calm down?

What does the /nra/ think?
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Shitting Dicklelock - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 16:35:06 EST 7Hwk0nrL No.42055 Reply
>>42054

Well, it's a scientific fact that psilocin enhances visual acuity through increasing "Edge detection". This is the ability to distinguish the edges of different objects, which requires, as well as depth perception, the ability of your brain to translate different types of light shading and reflection into information about distance and object placement. Seeing edges of objects in low-light conditions and at greater distances allows you to, for example, discriminate a bird from the ground behind it and the bushes surrounding it.

There is some anthropological evidence in the historical record that suggest that ancient hunters took part in ritualized consumption of small doses of psilocybin mushrooms before going on a hunt. There is also some evidence that other predatory mammals incorporated psilocybin mushrooms into their diet because they found the effects helpful in detecting and tracking prey animals.

There are a lot of articles on the internet and books irl about this topic, but here's an article I found in five seconds on google.


http://mic.com/articles/14276/magic-mushrooms-how-they-played-a-crucial-role-in-the-evolution-of-human-consciousness
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A WIzard - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 03:56:15 EST SLO1rzBF No.42064 Reply
>>42054

Have you ever even tried /psy?

I'd say that a good mushroom dose gives me about 10x magnification beyond what I'd have if I were completely sober for a week. About 2-3x vs my usual day. The closer the object, the greater the effect though. Fucking weird looking at the little scales on my hair, and then comparing it to the white hairs in my beard that are unusually thick.
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Barnaby Merringfoot - Thu, 25 Feb 2016 09:23:44 EST pnN3U0U9 No.42211 Reply
>>42030
The caveat for me being that shrooms fuck my motor skills like I'm drunk, but I'm not so stupid that I'm not aware of it like I would be if I were drunk.

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For me, it would be cannabis as I tend to panic and overreact. I feel like I can calm myself down and force myself to do what is necessary to make my shots count. Cannabis also doesn't have an effect on my motor skills. Cannabis in general, for me doesn't make me lazy or stupid; I consider it a good workhorse drug for mental stuff. I sneak it at work when I need to get a big job done and need to concentrate; it's like adult ritalin.
Physically, I think it's a bad idea to smoke weed and perform manual labor. So in an actual combat situation where running and patrolling were an issue, I might not smoke. If this were ana, I would say weed for recovery good, weed for workout bad.

Building a Gun

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- Wed, 17 Jun 2015 09:42:43 EST YF2Kh3zQ No.40773
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I know its possible to build a gun from parts however I have no idea where to start, Im pretty good with my hands and I am an industrial design student. I have an idea to design a magnetically accelerated anti-material rifle however that is way down the road.

Im pretty much looking to assemble something like a Baretta M9 or a Glock 45 for starters as a hobby gun to take to the range. Or even a bolt action long gun for hunting. Its really just a project for me.
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Albert Commerstock - Thu, 09 Jul 2015 03:01:59 EST LdxiU1ob No.40918 Reply
>>40915

The Egyptian Maadi AK74 kits are decent. About 1/3rd the moving parts of an AR and a fully loaded 30rd one weighs about 5 or 7 lbs.
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Fuck Buffingstone - Sun, 12 Jul 2015 20:39:14 EST ddTSUYYE No.40938 Reply
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Ghost Gun Thread?

The Ar/k/ mega torrent

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- Tue, 16 Feb 2016 16:04:38 EST dmvfZvmz No.42194
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Somebody at the future /k/ put together a ~300gb mega torrent of gunsmithing, weapons training, explosives, every US and Canadian field manual, 3D printed gun and gun part files, everything you ever wanted, etc. I thought you guys might enjoy it. It' s like the old Do/k/ument torrent, but on a shit ton of steroids.

torrent file found here: https://thepiratebay.se/torrent/13561569

magnet link found here: http://pastebin.com/uF0NV5Nf
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Charlotte Bardworth - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 19:09:30 EST 7Hwk0nrL No.42201 Reply
An actually good and useful manual is the US Army's "Manual of Common Tasks", which is issued to everyone in Basic. It has detailed descriptions of everything from small unit tactics, basic combat lifesaver skills like applying a tourniquet, how to search a detainee, all kinds of good stuff. There are different volumes for different ranks, essentially one for lower enlisted and one for NCOs, with accordingly different content.

I don't know if it's contained in that torrent, but if not, you can find it pretty easily with a google search for pdf filetypes.

Fuck ca

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- Mon, 15 Feb 2016 02:42:46 EST OAl8UlGR No.42186
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I'm a ca resident, I'm going to az for 6 months, can I buy a gun there and avoid the 10 day waiting period? Thanks
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Esther Fublingstone - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 18:19:34 EST SjIp9rvd No.42195 Reply
>>42191
>There may be State or local laws

Pretty sure that CA is like NY in that they require all people selling a gun, as anybody, to anybody to pass a bg check in the presence of an FFL holder.

CA is right there with NY and IL as the three most anti-freedom states of them all.
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Basil Buzzgold - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 08:28:51 EST lBs2eqPZ No.42197 Reply
>>42189
Little known fact; All videogames in california are edited (by law) so that all the guns are wands and wizard staffs and shit.

Gaize

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- Fri, 05 Feb 2016 03:36:43 EST c1bitnvv No.42139
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Getting a new gun. It's between the keltec ksg or the taurus judge 410/45 snubnose, not decided if I want the polymer frame or blue finish. I need help deciding what I want. I have pistols and multiple ar builds but no shotgun. However I am really digging everything about the judge. What would you choose and why, thanks.
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Phineas Gemblechat - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 02:01:28 EST IP4ieYsI No.42165 Reply
>>42139
KSG is a shit design from a shit company. Waste of money. Don't be wooed. All those hyper capacity space shotguns are terrible. Good luck getting it to even cycle. Let alone all the deign flaws.

Taurus is a meh company and the Judge is a gimmick.

I've had a lot of experience with the Judge/Bull/Raging whatever.

First off, I hate these fucking things because they are ricochet fucking bee sting fucking fucks. I've never shot a Judge or variant without being hit with ricochets. Unless you are shooting it straight into the air, you are going to be hit with something. Birdshot always comes right back at you but typically doesn't do much. The spread is so hilariously huge it is impossible to do anything with it. You literally can't shoot clay pidgeons hand thrown because there isn't enough shot coming out of .410, there isn't enough speed build up and the barrel is far to shoot. Rifling also slings shot loads all over the place. Birdshot is thus completely useless. I wouldn't even shoot a snake at close range either with birdshot. Unless I wanted to be bit. I'm not being biased here, it is THAT bad. Buckshot is even worse. There are so few pellets that hitting anything is impossible. They don't build enough speed to be effective either. Same with birdshot. They don't have enough speed to embed into a backstop either. They always come back, typically in the shins. Although they are big enough and have enough speed to hurt about like a paintball. Seriously dangerous though. I'm surprised ranges allow Judges at all. Especially indoor ranges. A 25 yard range will have buckshot in the floor and ceiling if you are shooting a judge. I'm literally not joking or exaggerating. I've never tried .410 slugs. Seems a bit redundant. Worse lethality and accuracy than regular .45 whatever.

You talk about the PDX rounds. They are the absolute worse. The small shot doesn't do anything. Period, It may tear through 3 layers of cardboard but that would be it. Completely series. The 3 discs are the most ricochet prone. I've taken one to the top of my foot. Not fucking fun. They are also less accurate than buckshot. Discs launches flat faced into the wind don't fly well. Who would have though? They don't properly lock up with the rifling either. So basically it is like shoving a handful of saucers and tiny balls with your hand in a general direction called forward. Shitty scam ammo.

Second, the cylinder is so long, the fact that it is a snub nose barrel is negated completely. It is the size of a full sized revolver with the accuracy of a derringer. They are also pretty heavy due to the fist sized cylinder. 45 LC can't build up enough velocity in the barrel to be effective either. It may be fun for a few trips but it isn't really worth the price.

Taurus is also pretty shitty as far as fit and finish. Most Judges I have used, the regular ones; have a hard time indexing at least 1 cylinder. 25% of the ones with issues will nearly lock up when shooting when trying to index a new cylinder. I've yet to shoot any Taurus revolver that had perfect timing. All have either sheared on the forcing cone or had quite a bit of slop. Lots of blow-by as well. The only good thing about the Judge line is the grip they put on them. It really is pretty nice.

If you are going to waste your money on any of these I would get the Judge/Bull/Raging Boner that shoots .454/.45LC/.410. .454 Casull is expensive and it hurts pretty bad to shoot because of the muzzle flip breaking your traffic finger on the trigger guard but you know, if you want to be retarded, go full retard.

>Seriously, not trying to be a dick but both of these are gimmick shit guns. Even for fun, they are shit. You'll probably get kicked off a range if they know what Judges do or you will realize you don't like being hit in the dick with projectiles.
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Jack Bomblemid - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 03:44:10 EST fnAem7Db No.42167 Reply
>>42165
Yes! This is the kind of reply I wanted. I've already decided on the ksg. Reading reviews and people's experiences with them they seem very hit or miss. Seems like peoples biggest complaint is failure to feed when in fact it's more likely they are short shucking the damn thing. Like I said this will just be a gun to goof off at the range with. I've watched a few judge videos and you aren't lying, the birdshot spread from like 5m will cover a 3x3ft area it's insane.
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George Gollymag - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 17:02:44 EST Q2EFwHsh No.42182 Reply
>>42144

The judge is actually much smaller than the KSG.

Can Teeth Richochet a Bullet

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- Fri, 05 Feb 2016 18:54:11 EST 1ZwLIKdi No.42147
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Someone in my town claims to have gotten shot in the mouth and lived because the shot bounced off a tooth. Can anyone here call BS or Shenanigans on this for me and help me understand some real actual factual?
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Emma Hemmernad - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 20:10:06 EST AKAAz18w No.42154 Reply
>>42152
Have you SEEN Goldeneye? Just get a serious grill and you can use your teeth like a headshot shield!

as a felon

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- Fri, 15 Jan 2016 02:06:17 EST t5Kp7HXc No.42015
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whats to stop me from buying a gun from someone and not telling them that i have a criminal record
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Faggy Brookman - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 19:01:07 EST kjTW665N No.42130 Reply
>>42127
Please do. thought crimes are terrible terrible things and what I might do totally justifies arresting a person. Especially when firearrms are involved. Hence why would should ban those baby killing assault rifles
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Edwin Fuppersitch - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 00:27:40 EST /fdWjyyi No.42135 Reply
>>42126
that copy pasted from pa's set of laws which conviently are the first ones you get when you google how do i sell a gun privately. how ever
from a wiki articale

As of September 2015, 18 states and Washington D.C. have background check requirements beyond federal law. Eight states require universal background checks at the point of sale for all transfers, including purchases from unlicensed sellers. Maryland and Pennsylvania laws in this regard are limited to handguns. Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts and New Jersey require any firearm purchaser to obtain a permit. Four more states (Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska, and North Carolina) do the same, but only for handguns. Illinois requires background checks at gun shows. Nevada allows but does not require unlicensed sellers to do background checks on buyers. A majority of these jurisdictions require unlicensed sellers to keep records of firearm sales. The following table summarizes these state laws.[24]



what i really dislike about this thread is how much you guys have tried to lie to me. and im the lying sack of shit who cant own a fire arm.
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Hannah Branderwill - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 00:33:50 EST Q4gC9Cxg No.42136 Reply
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>>42025
>What's that? I can't hear you're arguments and refutations over my epic m33333mmmsss!!! XDXDXDXDXDXDDXDXXDXDXDXDXD

Ghost Ring Sights vs Notch n Bead

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- Thu, 07 Jan 2016 15:19:45 EST Usz23cyv No.42007
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Sup guys, so I got a shotty, Mossberg 590 Mariner, and I want to put sights on it.

It comes with a bead, so there's that.

So I want it to be an all purpose: bird hunting, deer hunting, and home def.

I figure home def. wont require sights since my apt isn't 50-75 yards long. So my biggest thing is deer vs bird.

I want sights so I can put down a deer, but I understand that you don't look down your sights for bird. I don't want to have to re-adjust my sights all the time for switching between deer and bird so I figure I should get sights for the deer, but the sights need to be slight enough that it wont distract me when I'm downing birds.

I heard alot of good for the GRS sights, but I'm concerned it will be too obnoxious for aiming at birds; so I was thinking of using a U notch with the bead on the end. But if the GRS won't interfere with my line of sight for birdies, then I'd rather go with that.

What u think ya'll?
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Edward Menderwell - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 03:12:35 EST rCdOAiVI No.42058 Reply
>>42021
You won't notice much difference between a ghost ring or the traditional notch and bead when it comes to shooting deer.

I don't know who told you that you don't aim with the sights when you're hunting birds but you either misunderstood or they shouldn't be giving shooting advice. You always aim down your barrel using your sights. I'm guessing they meant that you don't aim where the birds are when you pull the trigger, but just slightly ahead of them since they're in flight.
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Doris Cendlespear - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 03:39:23 EST W/xXN95O No.42063 Reply
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>>42017
You mean like this hammer, screw driver, saw, and pliers? and more...?
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Martin Crunkinhit - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 22:08:56 EST zW7uqPEB No.42125 Reply
This is a semi-related update from OP,

waiting on the shotgun to get shipped but I got a .22 air rifle, Beeman Mach 12.5. I've been waiting to shoot this thing for a couple weeks now (people flaking and having a bad schedule fucking me over), and I got impatient. Just fired it in my gfs basement and holy fuck is that shit loud. Took out a chunk of concrete, and I was just using target pellets.

Noob just noobin it.

carry on /nra/

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