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- Fri, 21 Aug 2020 15:15:11 EST +RpwjIE2 No.44290
File: 1598037311198.jpg -(79625B / 77.76KB, 400x258) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. steel
need a piece, select fire
full auto/semi with counter weight recoil mitigation like the AK-12
gas piston
6.8 or 6.5? whatever's better
and here's the weird one; it's pretty extreme
the barrel has to be able to deflect 1 moa+ and still fire a bullet

what rifle am I looking for?
William Goodshit - Fri, 21 Aug 2020 15:53:20 EST +RpwjIE2 No.44291 Reply
nvmd what about an gas piston AR platform in 6 point whatever? I think I can get it from there, just have to find an eager gunsmith
Shit Pullyspear - Sun, 23 Aug 2020 05:28:19 EST fATk2k3I No.44294 Reply
Theres tons of grendel and SPC piston AR's on the market but it all depends on what you're actual use is.

why hello there

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- Fri, 07 Aug 2020 14:54:01 EST fATk2k3I No.44286
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"Why yes, I do use a bullpup as my home defense rifle. How did you possibly know?"
Nicholas Buzzville - Tue, 11 Aug 2020 10:08:00 EST xav0WYHV No.44288 Reply
I can tell because you're a gigantic homosexual.


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- Thu, 30 Jul 2020 06:32:33 EST nAyb4dGY No.44277
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Pissed of percy - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 06:39:01 EST nAyb4dGY No.44279 Reply
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Thomas the gun

I'm Developping A Military Project

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- Tue, 30 May 2017 18:30:15 EST mbXDl/Cs No.43227
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I was listening to NPR and it seems like the US commander in Afghanistan wants five
thousand more men on the ground. Thats not the problem for me.

NPR essentially said through the course of the conversation that after 40 years of continuous civil war nobody knows how to end the conflict. Currently the problem is that the Taliban is seeking savehaven in Pakistan and coming over the border to attack US forces and the Afghans.

Now in a perfect world we would cross the border and destroy the Taliban camps.
But this isn't a perfect world.

So I came up with an idea to surveil the border and allow US forces to react to incursions by the Taliban without having troops patrol the entire border. The system would use ELINT and then be used to dispatch US and Afghan forces to interdict the Taliban.

I know its a good idea and it's going to take time to develop it. But once I develop the idea to a point where it's ready to present to the appropriate people in the Department of Defense who do I talk to?

I'm posting it here because I can't monitor a thread of halfchan.
I'll also post it on r e d d i t.
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Nicholas Shittingbanks - Mon, 24 Jun 2019 19:41:29 EST 1/3Y3Wpf No.43914 Reply
yeah everybody knows the only way to get trustworthy news these days is to sync up the JRE played backwards at 2x speed with infowars muted and flipped upside down while reading Ephesians in latin
Esther Summermut - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 21:09:14 EST LOcP/Ubv No.44243 Reply
Read The Prince by Machieavelli and the problem will quickly become apparent. The middle east is the type of regionbans problem that can only be conquered one way. Colonization. If we remove sufficient numbers of radicalized ( or even just religious) males from the population and import Americans we can culturally shift these regions over time to the point where they could become provinces instead of mere colonies. Think Alexander the Great hellenizing places or when we colonized Puerto Rico and Cuba. This is the only viable long term solution to not only Bring Freedom as we have promised but to ensure that the peoples of the middle east are raised out of the shothole that is their lives in the long run. Plus they will start making us money instead of being a total drain! Now that's sustainable.
Esther Cusslegold - Sat, 25 Jul 2020 18:29:44 EST NhRWW4tp No.44276 Reply
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>when we colonized Puerto Rico

Ehh I don't think it'll ever work given that it's China, Russia, and India's backyard; but as a wrestling fan I would be interested in whatever hardcore insanity they'd come up with.

Hey guys, so I'm interested in building my own Draco AK47 Pistol

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- Fri, 17 Jan 2020 21:36:18 EST DNccLXNq No.44120
File: 1579314978563.png -(376147B / 367.33KB, 720x554) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Hey guys, so I'm interested in building my own Draco AK47 Pistol
Does anyone know where I can buy the parts?
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Rebecca Blondersane - Sat, 11 Apr 2020 12:43:23 EST Y++HjE8i No.44213 Reply

I'm pretty sure you're actually obsessed with the thought of being able to kill at the pull of a trigger
Charlotte Drublingstock - Sun, 17 May 2020 14:19:57 EST L5fwx9xG No.44228 Reply
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in reply to the aged post which this one's a reply to:
>Do more acid. Reject all you've ever known and will, it isn't yours and pretending to have a concern over me or anyone is idiotic in the slightest. Everything you have ever held, experienced, and known will die and be forgotten to the ages. Earth will die and never be remembered. Cherish this fact, it is the only truth there is. Don't get caught in their games, get yours and fuck everyone else.

A young corporal jumps into an icy blast from a douglas DC-3 having been called upon in the name of righteousness. Unfortunately, his reserve chute malfunctions causing the suspension lines to wrap around his arms, legs, neck, and the connectors of which to crack his skull. The field medics having been happy that a chute hasn't failed for some weeks, much to their disdain, see the young man crash to the ground in a fountain of blood with their comment to follow, "what a hell of a way to die!"

but because of the republicans or white people or Jesse Jackson or whatever guess what: it turns out that it was all of a waste for nothing! because George HW Bush or George W Bush or Lyndon Johnson or Vietnam, everyone who has ever died has died as a waste for nothing.

What a happy thought that one is, what a nice world to live in! Let me know when world war 3 starts, i'll be in a broom closet crying for it. There's a lot of power in storytelling. People like that other guy can get fucked.
Ernest Dadgeway - Thu, 25 Jun 2020 11:14:03 EST Z5DiyVSP No.44262 Reply
So basically you want an overpriced and overweight tec-9 with a gigantic muzzle flash?

Home Defense Gun

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- Mon, 01 Jun 2020 13:11:04 EST ORM1ysu0 No.44236
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so in light of the rioting seriously considering buying babby's first gun, but not sure where to start. for context i live in Washington state, in an apartment.

1) what do i get?

Would like to keep it under or around $500 before taxes/fees. Thinking handgun (Glock?) or shotgun. Handgun seems like the more obvious choice being in a tiny apt, but it also seems generally more expensive and legally more of a pain in the ass (waiting period, other state laws if I move, etc.). Shotguns seem cheaper and easier to acquire but where do i put the damn thing after including safe storage? Also seems like it'd be more cumbersome to pull out/get ready in an emergency. Is buying used okay?

2) Where and how do I get it?

I mean obviously i could just walk down to a gun store, but is that really the best way? Are there online options or other venues that I should be considering? Anything to watch out for regarding bad deals? And if going the in-store route, anything to prepare aside from ID?

Also hopefully gun store clerks aren't gonna be condescending to gun noobs. Also also considering a quick training session or two that they all seem to offer.
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Basil Papperbury - Wed, 10 Jun 2020 11:18:58 EST sBu2DqOJ No.44250 Reply
>two seconds of research
so did you? what did you find?
James Dunningham - Wed, 10 Jun 2020 11:37:09 EST dL24Do+l No.44251 Reply
not sure what to say at this point man, like i said, reviews were generally pretty good with people reporting no issues after several years of use. you seem to have a hate boner for anything chinese made so i don't think anything can convince you otherwise ever, but just wanna throw it out there that it's not like"made in the USA" is exactly a seal of quality, esp these days. some even saying this is more sturdily built than an actual 870 lol.

anyway, this conversation isn't going anywhere constructive as you just wanna rage on the internet it seems, so i'ma just let you stew. ain't even white btw lol. peace man, stay safe.
Rebecca Dablingforth - Wed, 10 Jun 2020 16:34:27 EST RTKm38hZ No.44252 Reply
>what did you find?

H&R pardners are literal chinajunk that Remington unloads on people who don't know any better

>you seem to have a hate boner for anything chinese made

Chinese steel is absolute garbage and chinese steel companies are known scam artists when it comes to faking and frauding the amount of carbon and other adjuncts in their steel. You have no fucking clue what you're getting and I'm pretty sure the word "consistent" doesn't exist in mandarin.

And you're fine with putting 12,000 psi of pressure through that garbage?? Goddamn hope your health insurance is good. Make sure you wear safety glasses, and possibly a chainmail glove.

>believing any online reviews on any chinese products in 2020

Man you truly can't actually believe any of those weren't completely astroturfed, can you? What year is it?

>stay safe

I think you need that advice more than I do
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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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Eliza Nickledale - Thu, 16 Apr 2020 04:15:59 EST L5fwx9xG No.44219 Reply
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Missile defense has been a reality for a few years. The procedure is to send off 4 Patriots with an interception success rate of about 50%. 4 of them bump the odds up to 97%. I think we have about 200 of them or some number like that, so that would cover a rogue state but not a place like Russia. They work as kind of like a shotgun where they blow up into the path of the target.

Places like Russia have a huge investment in making sure their first strike is successful. Currently the idea is to use rocket-launched gliders to carry the warhead at a low altitude and steer around missile defenses. There is also a huge initiative for nuclear powered cruise missiles for the same purpose. Supposedly we had a proof of concept nuclear propulsion rocket engine mockup in the 1970's, but the initiative was scrapped entirely, and the scrapping was unfortunate because the 1970's Mars missions really seemed like the best thing for people to work on.

Present technology lazers could provide a 100% interception rate and would be an extremely effective shield, but I think it might be a bit of a glass ball for other countries to bust. You could probably put it in geosync orbit over the US. Space treaties currently make the concept illegal, and every Chinese country would be butthurt.

As far as the thread subject, I think customs does a pretty good job making sure NK can't import anything. I guess they could place the container in a Chinese port and say, "this is Chinese import lol," but it sounds difficult. They could dock a fishing boat the same way the Columbians do, but they have a longer voyage and would need a spy network. It would be a huge pain in the ass and if they got caught then... well, they would have nothing to lose. Sanctions are a foreign policy nightmare, but that's a load of opinion bias.

Best idea is to avoid the issue. The current treaties being scrapped is looking kind of bad.
Alice Drupperham - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 19:06:57 EST LOcP/Ubv No.44240 Reply
Assuming this is actually the case the US has smuggled nukes everywhere, missile defense becomes irrelevant again and MAD applies maybe even more than normally. ..


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- Thu, 21 May 2020 19:09:13 EST fxhkKxoM No.44232
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You seem like guys who'd know. I'm trying to figure out just what kind of gun this is.
Fucking Cummerdale - Thu, 21 May 2020 19:11:50 EST fATk2k3I No.44233 Reply
It's a fake prop gun

Ammunition question

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- Tue, 14 Apr 2020 22:05:08 EST Sdx1cOoW No.44216
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Hi. I recently inherited a family heirloom of sorts, in the form of a small pistol.

My question is regarding the ammunition - The rounds are visibly quite old / tarnished. I'm assuming this may make the ammunition unreliable and/or unsafe to use?

Not a firearm person, obviously. But later on I do plan on reading up a bit on the pistol to learn how to properly clean it, etc. I'm a grown man, I'm not fucking around with the weapon, I'm only curious.

It's a .25 round, if that matters. The handgun uses a magazine.

Thank you for your time.
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William Fublingmatch - Sun, 19 Apr 2020 03:39:06 EST UBZ7dsEz No.44221 Reply
It's likely 25 acp OP. It's a small pocket pistol caliber that doesn't have much power, but it would still fuck up your day if you got shot by it. It's not used much any more and is common in old pawn shop guns like I'm sure you were gifted.

If you want to know more about pocket pistol calibers check out the lucky Gunner YouTube series on them. It's a pretty comprehensive look at what a lot of people consider outdated and underpowered guns.
Discount Strelok - Mon, 18 May 2020 22:08:04 EST Enco9aOz No.44230 Reply
Fun fact, Raven arms .25 acp is used more often in homicides than any other handgun

Spy shit, covert weapons.

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 01:53:00 EST IaBFTWch No.43921
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ITT cool weapons used for assassinations and other spy shit.

This is the CIA's poison dart gun, delivering an undetectable poison that mimics a natural heart attack. It shoots up to 328 feet using pressurized air and the poison kills before the person knows what's up.

Silent, undetectable, perfect for killing dictators and dissidents alike!
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CIEME - Tue, 31 Mar 2020 09:05:24 EST K1JnCsII No.44204 Reply
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PSS silent pistol 6 round detachable box feed 1979–1983
Clara Hattingsane - Thu, 16 Apr 2020 12:02:53 EST mBV0yKCo No.44220 Reply
the "dart" isn't a dart, it's a shaped pellet made purely of the poison that completely dissolves while embedded in the target. Only trace is a small red dot.


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- Sun, 17 Mar 2019 12:25:54 EST Q57VIXiQ No.43802
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How old do you have to be to fire a shotgun without breaking your arm?
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Cyril Brimmerwater - Tue, 24 Dec 2019 10:03:26 EST PJS4mi4d No.44084 Reply
Just depends on the gauge and the weight, how strong the kid is, and how competent they are with stance. Like the poster above said, start them out with a 410 or a 20 gauge. Teach them right about safety, operation, and position. We had a trap/skeet team at one of the schools I went to, kids could start at 10 from what I remember.
Jack Bardwill - Mon, 27 Jan 2020 10:40:54 EST TorFscSc No.44153 Reply
My dad is irresponsible. I was no pip squeak at 8, but still even an 8 year old can comfortably fire a 20gauge for a morning, or a 12gauge for a dozen rounds. Train your 8 year old on a 410 however and he/she will become a han solo at shooting skeet/trap.
Albert Trotman - Fri, 03 Apr 2020 10:43:19 EST TorFscSc No.44207 Reply
8 years old in my experience... Having a dad from South Carolina while living in northern Illinois was the best!

How to get an illegal pistol in europe?

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- Mon, 25 Nov 2019 15:19:30 EST hdqQqI41 No.44059
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What do you think? How to get in contact with blackmarket-vendors.
I wouldnt buy it here on the darknet because i dont want to lose all my money.
I would buy it in the balkans, an unregistered pistol with ammunition. My family is from there so i speak some serbian but i dont have contact to people who would sell a gun to me.
Found some people on facebook who sell their guns but only to people who own a permission. Asked them if they would accept the offer if i pay instead of 300 euro 1500 euro. Thats alot of money for balkan people but they said they cant.
So where do i get my 9mm pistol with ammunition?
I want something like this:
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Phyllis Buzzfield - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 01:44:30 EST fdfM3Hq5 No.44197 Reply
Except in similar barrel lengths .357 Sig is still always going to outperform 9mm. Even the hottest +p+ 9mm won't beat out a lot of .357 Sig self-defense loads. 10mm is a joke. Just use 357 Magnum. The only people that like 10mm are memelords. .357 Sig has the advantage of beating 40 in every metric that matters, has the most reliability of any handgun round due to being bottlenecked, and well, the list is too long for me to post everything good about it.

>All hail the magic .357 Sig.

Also, fuck 10mm heretics.
Betsy Blorringbanks - Sat, 28 Mar 2020 20:49:35 EST +r/TPXgS No.44203 Reply
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>cigs and booze aren't taxed, so why guns?

Civilized nations tax those heavily as well, you dense shit. "Most places" isn't the United States. There's hundreds of other countries you know, and YES, most of them tax tobacco, alcohol, etc. appropriately, unlike the US.

What a fucking horrible example, Jesus Christ.

>assuming I'm somehow anti-gun when I point out guns would intrinsically be worth $2000-10,000, since their demand is relatively inelastic relative to supply
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William Fillerdat - Tue, 31 Mar 2020 17:34:40 EST fdfM3Hq5 No.44205 Reply
Except for,

>A. There is no legal right to create sin taxes on constitutional human rights.
>B. There is not a substantial tax on cigarettes and alcohol. And especially not on junk food and the like.
>C. Legally owning guns does not intrinsically cause harm to society. Responsible gun ownership which the overwhelming majority of gun ownership; does not create a burden on society.

Sin taxes on guns and ammo is therefor objectively wrong and misguided. Additionally I would like to add the following: take your classist rich boys ideology of making guns only legal for filthy wealthy individuals and blow it out your fuckin ass faggot. There is no reason why guns should cost thousands of dollars when the vast majority of them cost maybe 50 dollars in raw materials and 200-300 in machining and logistics time. Fascist.

Firearms and glaring mental health problems

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- Wed, 11 Mar 2020 20:32:28 EST Dk09St6v No.44198
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I have some questions and I'm sorry if they're dumb. This stuff is so far out of my knowledge base it's ridiculous.

I've been on a CA 5250 hold (multiple, actually) for harm to self and as a result I'm not allowed to possess firearms. I live in a house with roommates. We're generally very supportive of each other. My roommates are considering getting a gun because our neighborhood is insane and several of us, myself included, are physically disabled.

Would something bad happen legally having a gun in the house if I'm not supposed to own one, and if so, what?

"No person who has been adjudicated by a court of any state to be a danger to others as a result of a mental disorder or mental illness shall purchase or receive, or attempt to purchase or receive, or have in his or her possession, custody, or control a firearm..."

Possessions, custody, or control sounds a lot like having any access to it is a problem.
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Nigel Cuttingpatch - Thu, 12 Mar 2020 14:17:43 EST vERzgJPG No.44200 Reply
in the unlikely event cops appear, take the gun, and ask who's it is, would one of your roommates claim it or would everyone mumble and look at their feet? as long as a kosher owner claims it you're gravy
Lydia Singerstock - Thu, 12 Mar 2020 22:02:45 EST fdfM3Hq5 No.44201 Reply
Given that you're in Cali and given how cops are; no. And even so, it is still federally illegal if you have access to it in any way. Just like if you have a gun in a car, and a felon is in that car with you, and it isn't on your person or locked away, he is in violation of the law and possibly the driver and owner of the car depending on the arresting officer, the DA policy, the local politics, and the local laws etc.

I suppose you could argue that if you share a house or flat or whatever and they keep it locked in a safe or strictly on their person that you'd be okay but you're taking a risk. Especially in California and today's political climate.

It is a risk and you should probably speak to an attorney but in all likelihood, someone will get in trouble and it will probably be your and whoever is the owner of the firearm.
Fuck Breshwill - Thu, 09 Apr 2020 16:59:12 EST DJgrkRzn No.44211 Reply
Thank you both for responding to this.

Not that anyone was dying for the gripping conclusion of this story, but I sat down with roommate and talked to her about this and the potential legal risk (I would have done it anyway) and she was very nice and understanding and we're not getting a gun. I think she thinks I would shoot myself in the face and that's honestly probably true. And even if not, if we get in trouble I'm black so I'm likely not getting off lightly and she says she'd feel awful. I feel guilty. The end


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- Fri, 24 Jan 2020 20:13:04 EST peDWPPX1 No.44145
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What the fuck, Isn't the new decade suppose to bring a new era of innovation? Shot Show 2020 footage and news is literally all uninspired ar-15 deriatives and pistol carbines/chassis's and (LITERAL) Glock clones, it's literally all ASS. it's ASS where the innovation in the firearms industry gone? This is quite possibly one of the most dissapointing shot shows to date.
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Clara Worthingwill - Tue, 04 Feb 2020 00:39:29 EST L3OApqGQ No.44164 Reply
Im just glad Kalashnikov USA is finally releasing a rifle. For the longest time all they had were the AK looking shotguns. They're just not my thing.

John Blucklechere - Thu, 27 Feb 2020 21:21:13 EST UcEdqcd/ No.44182 Reply
I mean, what do you want man? Small arms are really, really good. There's little headroom for revolutionary improvement.

Go caseless or plastic ammo and you get head buildup.
Go DEW and you get super heavy batteries.
Go flechette and you get a meme gun.

There's no innovation because we're going to need fundamental advances in materials science to get any big shifts in the state of the art for guns.

The only promising stuff is patents expiring and opening competition, like EOTech's holographic sight patents expiring, resulting in cheaper and better holos like the UH-1 and more to come. But that's still basically just iterative improvements and lower costs.

The only other promising area is digital integration, but that's at least 10 years from the commercial sector and isn't going to take off quickly unless there's unexpected military adoption. State of the art there with compute units and AR displays is incredibly promising for consumer electronics in the next 5 years, but not yet small or reliable enough for firearms, and fuck all work has been done to develop useful software for use with firearms.

I feel like you have unrealistic expectations for what innovation should look like in a mature and competitive industry.
Betsy Sullerworth - Thu, 27 Feb 2020 23:07:02 EST fdfM3Hq5 No.44183 Reply
>Imagine waiting 20 years for someone to make a 3d printable gizmo that hooks into an arduino that pulls the trigger on your semi-auto gun to make it seem full auto all for the cost of 2k dollars.
>Then some memelord /k/ommando mag dumps his SKS with a tapco mag faster with his 1337 bumpfire skills for the cost of ammo and a few crows feet from smiling too wide.

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