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Babbys first handgun (ammo question)

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- Sun, 04 Feb 2018 20:21:54 EST TY6+hQ14 No.43493
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I purchased my first handgun. A Glock 9mm and I gotta go pick it up this week. I need to buy some ammo while I'm there but as I have no experience with handguns (only used shotguns for hunting as a kid) all the different ammo types are a bit confusing to me and don't know what to buy.

I live in South Dakota and the gun is straight up for self defense so im looking for ammunition with the maximum amount of penetration I can get. What kind of ammo should I ask for if I'm looking for something more in the armor piercing category?
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James Geffinghene - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 07:48:53 EST dTb0nSA1 No.43582 Reply
Why would you want penetration?

Regardless RIP rounds are a thing.
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Samuel Dinderbury - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 16:36:38 EST x2LZOHXx No.43651 Reply
>>43493
"Armor piercing" means "icendiary"

That is illegal to sell. You can make it yourself if you google how to do so.

"kevlar piercing" is more complicated (as in, will it work). You need something that is +P, pointy and solid copper. 9mm will penetrate IIA vests with regularity and maybe a IIIA vest but that is unlikely.

10mm will wreck all soft body armor with the right load.
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Phyllis Bremmlebanks - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 07:33:31 EST ti7/UnY9 No.43659 Reply
>>43651

Not necessarily.

(i) a projectile or projectile core which may be used in a handgun and which is constructed entirely (excluding the presence of traces of other substances) from one or a combination of tungsten alloys, steel, iron, brass, bronze, beryllium copper, or depleted uranium; or

(ii) a full jacketed projectile larger than .22 caliber designed and intended for use in a handgun and whose jacket has a weight of more than 25 percent of the total weight of the projectile.

best starter rifle? .22 or .223?

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- Tue, 17 Apr 2018 23:19:18 EST mOH6CoSH No.43591
File: 1524021558806.jpg -(10876B / 10.62KB, 624x624) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. best starter rifle? .22 or .223?
so i'm looking to get a rifle as my first gun. Part of me wants to get a .22 cuz they're so cheap, but another part of me wants a .223 just to have more oomph and a funner time shooting. what do yall think?
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Eliza Happerkutch - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 04:11:38 EST x63vjdg5 No.43598 Reply
>>43595
I've got an old 39A Mountie Golden Trigger and I love that thing. Its old as hell but still pretty much mint.
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Cornelius Honeyman - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 09:26:37 EST B7qPpmu2 No.43599 Reply
How much are you considering spending? I hate to be that guy, but you could buy and AR and swap uppers. Have one dedicated .22 upper and one deticated .223 upper. I recall they also make conversion bolts for just .223 chambers, but i have heard of the .22 dirtying up the gas tubes.
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Fanny Brublingpock - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 19:03:36 EST x2LZOHXx No.43650 Reply
>>43599
This is the best guy to be.

You master one trigger. You can do anything with an ar lower. .22 up to .50.

CCW choice

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- Mon, 21 May 2018 22:18:30 EST OGq9FVRt No.43628
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I want to buy a shield .45. What does /nra/ think?
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Esther Puvingson - Tue, 22 May 2018 14:31:35 EST mKYQVHIw No.43629 Reply
The thing with CCW is you need to take more than the gun width into consideration. You need to take the gun width + extra width for the holster. It starts to get pretty wide and bulky real quick.

You might find that a .45 CCW gets very uncomfortable very fast. Unless you're carrying in a bag or a purse or whatever, then it doesn't matter as much.
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Sophie Cassletack - Wed, 23 May 2018 02:49:09 EST prL+M6Bd No.43634 Reply
>>43631
Put the bong down before typing.

Bump stocks

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- Thu, 12 Apr 2018 19:29:13 EST mOH6CoSH No.43583
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Idk if this is a noob question but going for it anyways. I wanna get a gun, and am thinking about a Ruger 10/22 cuz they and their ammo is so cheap. I also wanna be able to fire automatic without jumping thru all the hoops, are bump stocks really that quality and all they're cracked up to be and should I get one along with my 22?
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Oliver Himmledock - Fri, 13 Apr 2018 01:36:33 EST maHgC2dI No.43586 Reply
>>43585
keep in mind they dont really work if your left handed, I tried to use one on an ar-15 one time but it didnt work at all as a left handed shooter.

get your 22 and shoot it and learn to shoot it fast and if then you still want a bump stock buy it
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George Hesslestatch - Fri, 13 Apr 2018 09:02:23 EST mKYQVHIw No.43587 Reply
Bump stocks are the most gimmicky bullshit ever.

The only reason you'd ever buy one today is so you can speculate on their price in the event that they're banned by law.
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Eliza Candlesun - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 01:47:18 EST 9ySI+91j No.43588 Reply
10/22 is a fine choice the bump stocks though are shit and most .22s don’t have adequate recoil to make it feasible, I’d recommend building an ar15 in .22lr with a binary trigger and you’ll have the best platform to accomplish what you want to do , or you could mod a 10/22 to go full auto if you don’t give a fuck about the laws

Hi-Point 995TS Carbine

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- Tue, 05 Jul 2016 06:30:32 EST RBBTomce No.42616
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Planning on buying one of these 995TS Carbines soon. Experiences? Advice? Something better?
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Phyllis Worthingworth - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 04:44:54 EST XrtRHD/b No.43045 Reply
Guys it's OP here, it's been a fucking while holy shit was I surprised when I got on this board and saw this thread first page. Well I needed up getting a glock 19 with some talon grips and some Korean 31rnd mag. Shit's nice and I will eventually be buying a mossberg 500 too. I edc and m&p shield 9 with hornady critical defense and in the glock I run the critical duty.
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Albert Blavingwill - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 18:09:54 EST pdO9rnW2 No.43577 Reply
>>42618
>cant really beat a pistol and a carbine for 500 total
At this point, Hi-Point carbines with accessory kits can be had for around $225. I got the 995TS in 9mm with the front grip and "tactical" flashlight options for that price, then I spent around $380 on a really solid 9mm pistol, the Stoeger Cougar 8000F (essentially the same as the Beretta Cougar, but built by a Turkish subsidiary of that company), and bam. A sweet home defense (and plinking fun) combo for just a hair over 500 bucks. Was beyond worth it.

Edc

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- Sun, 16 Apr 2017 03:54:07 EST hTQdzqJD No.43157
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Post your edc you stallions
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We need to get more tactical guys.

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- Sat, 17 Mar 2018 18:08:23 EST AGzNwSie No.43558
File: 1521324503971.jpg -(38858B / 37.95KB, 709x420) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. We need to get more tactical guys.
There is some pretty crazy shit that you can own in the Land of The Free. You can even order a lot of it on Amazon... We need to stop bickering about Glocks vs Sigs or whatever and have a thread about all the crazy, almost affordable shit like Fostechs with 30 round drums and thermal scopes, etc.

What's the most absurd thing you guys can think of that is legal where you live?

Example: Look at this fucking setup. You can buy a name brand thermal fucking scope off of amazon for a couple grand and get it delivered in two days.
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Frederick Pemmlenack - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 05:02:19 EST laHbRlf7 No.43564 Reply
>>43562
> crowded neighborhood nobody heard a thing
Interesting... need to get me a suppressor and thermal scope off amazon
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Emma Tillingspear - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 20:55:15 EST tYSRrhFr No.43573 Reply
>>43562
Don't be such a rude gunsperg. Everyone starts somewhere. This applies to everything.
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Jarvis Mugglehood - Thu, 05 Apr 2018 00:01:47 EST ZfKv0AYg No.43574 Reply
>>43558

This isn't specific to the pand of the free, you know?

wood weapon

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- Mon, 02 Apr 2018 20:47:17 EST vWWS0HsL No.43571
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hey if i wanna break the face of sombody i take the club? the tanto? or jo? i have a metal bo too? but i want blood on my Fe.
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David Pockson - Tue, 03 Apr 2018 07:35:33 EST 2Mx5swjp No.43572 Reply
saying funny words will never be a substitute for training.

Sawing my shotgun

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- Tue, 13 Mar 2018 19:34:07 EST IXmHnouN No.43550
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It legal to saw my shotgun barrel from 22" to 18" OK im from Texas so please help me out
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Jack Drocklekodge - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 03:35:54 EST maHgC2dI No.43554 Reply
>>43553
NO
NONONONONONO
NO

MINUMUM LENGTH FOR SHOTGUNS BEFORE NFA IS EIGHTEEN 18 18 18 18 INCHES

16 INCHES IS FOR RIFLES. SMOOTH BORE HAS TO BE 18 INCHES

16 INCH not registered NFA shotgun IS ILLEGAL!
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Hedda Bunforth - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 09:09:19 EST mKYQVHIw No.43555 Reply
>>43554

His other point still stands though as to why you would want to cut down a shotgun barrel and risk fucking the thing up when you can literally go out and buy a new shotgun for a few hundred. Shotguns are cheap as everloving fuck.

Seems like a fuckload of work ... cutting it and then deburring it and then sanding and polishing and re-blueing and hoping that somewhere along the way you didn't fuck it all up to hell ... or just go out and buy a brand new mossy 500 for a couple bucks.
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Ian Dammlechone - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 22:28:00 EST maHgC2dI No.43556 Reply
>>43555
or like i said earlier and buy a new barrel for 100 bucks

Planes with guns

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- Fri, 15 Sep 2017 17:21:36 EST Yb7YkH7z No.43346
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anyone also think this is one of the most beautifull planes in existence?
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James Bardbury - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 20:56:34 EST 2wjm+4tM No.43515 Reply
>>43484
USAF top brass are lobbyists for Boeing, Lockhead and Northop. They want to kill to A-10 only because they want their sponsors to make a new one.
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Polly Hinnerdock - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 17:53:28 EST IHAyODR0 No.43516 Reply
>>43346
I don't know why, but I love that stupid plane.

BRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP!

Secure Your Arms?????

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- Wed, 14 Feb 2018 16:18:36 EST LFc9eDLp No.43510
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This is a test do feel the need to test yourself. Test?
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Esther Gepperkatch - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 18:28:41 EST ZKxGFNL5 No.43511 Reply
um.. yeah, people buy guns for securiety but then leave them lying around loaded, don't lock their doors, don't own a safe. like, you're just going to blow your dick off.
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Fuck Gesslepatch - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 13:35:01 EST 2s5ZIVuZ No.43514 Reply
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>>43511
I like trigger locks. I have an actual sexual fetish for trigger locks. There is also a thing you can put that stops the slide from moving or the bolt on a rifle; I forgot what that is called.

Hidden nukes

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- Mon, 08 Jan 2018 13:34:04 EST a5jYKwwr No.43469
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So it seems to me that one of the easiest and most effective way to deploy nuclear weapons would be not with a missile that shoots into space before coming back down halfway across the world, but to simply smuggle your nuclear weapons into enemy territory and have them waiting there ready to set off. Now that missile defense is becoming a reality, this is almost a necessity, and the vast amount of international trade all countries do with each other at this point and the small size of nuclear warheads would make it very easy. With this tactic you could even do a preemptive nuclear strike that would destroy most of your opponents nuclear weapons before they even get a chance to fire them assuming you know where most of them are. Then you just have to worry about the ones on subs or in locations you couldn't discover or couldn't smuggle a nuke into. With decent missile defense it would be possible to completely win a nuclear war taking very little casualties using these tactics.

Do you think there are hidden nukes already deployed around the major cities of the world in nuclear enabled countries that were smuggled there by hostile forces? If there are, obviously it would be difficult to guard them well, secrecy would be your only safeguard against them being stolen. But what if that fails? What if some hacker finds the location? It could lead to terrorists getting their hands on nukes.
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Samuel Tillingham - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 02:26:39 EST YD7/3LZh No.43482 Reply
The problem with this strategy is that, in the event of a single person being unable to keep his mouth shut, or as a consequence of even the smallest mistake, you've just given your enemy the most lopsided arms deal in history. Not to mention a technological coup, casus belli, and PR victory....

In any case, all the ideas suggested in this thread would be far more feasible with a dirty bomb than an actual nuke.

But going down that avenue of theory, best place to hide a real nuke would IMO be on a satellite. Highly difficult for an enemy to access/inspect/neutralize; comes with a plausible cover story if it's a communications satellite etc. It would give the ability to EMP an entire continent at a moment's notice, with very little advance warning.

Only major caveat would be failure to launch (and it would be major), but I hear they've got some whiz kid who's figured out how to build a launch pad in the middle of the ocean. In the event it actually does crash, you could possibly get away with calling it the nuclear reactor/fuel system.
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Doris Dartlock - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 05:56:07 EST 5OlHSXru No.43506 Reply
>>43482
But the obvious recipient for this kind of strategy would be the US.

>you've just given your enemy the most lopsided arms deal in history
Who cares if the US has one more bomb?

>Not to mention a technological coup
Probably not.

>casus belli
The US hasn't needed these since they stopped declaring wars. They just invade whenever they feel like it now.

But really that's not helpful unless the nuke discovered is your first and only one. Assuming you implemented lots of them, all over your enemy's back yard, it really doesn't matter. You still have a knife to their throat.

> far more feasible with a dirty bomb than an actual nuke
But dirty bombs don't let you surgically disable enemy launch sites, which is crucial to MAD theory.

What this does is short-circuit the "nuclear deterrent" which allows nuke-equipped nations to stomp all over everybody else with impunity, because they're uninvadeable. I mean, you wouldn't even need to have all the ground nukes under the control of a
single party, and they wouldn't even need to be nukes.
But regarding feasibility, you can still airbust by having your ground nukes do the bouncing betty thing. Your launch mechanism needn't be remotely sophisticated, a super crude rocket or one-shot giant gun would work, or like anything all the way down to literally a fucking pop-up trebouchet.
For that matter, using a larger number of smaller nuclear mortars makes a lot of sense. Far more portable, far easier to smuggle, far easier to disguise their installed launch sites and shield them from radiation trackers, more targetable with less overkill (ie a more efficient use of plutonium if you're on a budget), and enough of them would do the exact same job as a smaller number of truck-sized bombs.
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Emma Hucklecocke - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 22:51:54 EST YD7/3LZh No.43512 Reply
>>43506
>But the obvious recipient for this kind of strategy would be the US.

Would it? I, for one, was speaking in general terms. But no matter; delivering a powerful weapon that you developed at-cost in to the waiting hands of your enemy is pretty fuckin' lopsided.

I still think a satellite would be the way the way to go for a hidden nuke, but uhh, have fun with those nuclear mortars, and good luck building an atomic bomb on-site in a hostile nation without anyone noticing. Might as well use drones if you are going to go for the zerg rush approach.

Do you own Body Armor?

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- Thu, 27 Nov 2014 19:03:48 EST aOIJba9L No.39591
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Do any of you guys own one? How much did you pay for yours?>
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Beatrice Pittway - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 15:13:23 EST ve1GR79n No.43491 Reply
>>43400
You have to have the longest neckbeard anyone has ever seen.
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Doris Semmlestone - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 18:30:53 EST eUBbDnM0 No.43492 Reply
>>39591i don’t know about that beard looks like something a hillBilly would pull to make sure you deep throat him...maybe that’s why he’s got the armor lol

Glock 43

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- Sun, 27 Nov 2016 00:25:31 EST CGLdACbG No.42898
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Just got me one. Thoughts?
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Lillian Gerryhudge - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 13:54:30 EST czHnnTIe No.43393 Reply
>>43380
Coming from someone who’s owned every polymer frame pistol the 43 is a million times better then the 26-27-33 size it’s more comfortable with a slimmer profile I have huge hands and with a magazine extension it fits perfectly I choose it all the time in my ccw mix and I’m used to a g31 not to mention they make reliable 12 round magazines now
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Emma Clummerdock - Sat, 28 Oct 2017 02:42:29 EST ZKxGFNL5 No.43412 Reply
>>43348
he's going to be that badass scary hilbilly biker at the bar who gets all the cowgirls in texas as soon as his hair turns gray. just wait.

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