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74530 No. 74530 ID: d2caef Stickied hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Post your guns (and yours alone!).

Rules: No post without picture.
Bonus credit: Quality photography is highly appreciated.

Here's my newly acquired Smith & Wesson Model 29 (no dash).
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>> No. 107498 ID: 758a23
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Sig 226, Hudson H9, and HK VP9.

>>107488
Mmm.

>>106868
The hand nugget is the worst gun I've ever shot. I did manage to get 3/18 hits on a torso size target at 100 yards. DOUBLE ACTION. That also meant double finger, as one trigger finger isn't enough to actually pull the trigger.

> hrrrrnnngggghhh
> Dude I think your gun is broke
> No man, keep pulling
> hrrrrrrrrnnnnnnnggggggghhhhhh
> pop
>> No. 107515 ID: a3b2e7
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I have a handgun again. It's a HK VP9 with an APLc light.


No. 107511 ID: bcc5a6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  I'm done with .22lr all together.

I originally was looking into air guns as a replacement plinker because of .22 prices being forever inflated when I discovered big bore air rifles and learned I can shoot them cheaper than .22.

I'm now more interested in these than I am with guns considering there's not a lot to get excited about in the firearm world. While airguns are experiencing leaps and bounds in tech and they're only getting better.
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>> No. 107540 ID: 11855e
>>107537
It's only $1421 here:
https://www.krale-schietsport.nl/en/vulcan-bullpup-mk4.html
or $1296 for the previous generation:
https://www.krale-schietsport.nl/en/vulcan-bullpup.html

I would have bought it already if filling the tank were easier. Don't wanna buy a scuba tank and drive a couple hours every time I need to fill it, don't wanna pump it by hand.
>> No. 107541 ID: 8c8421
  Top 10 Best and Cheapest .22 Hunting Air Rifles April 2017 https://youtu.be/uyP6HEwiB7w
>> No. 107542 ID: 40c99b
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It's kind of like the Welrod
>> No. 107543 ID: 8c8421
  Top 5 best Air rifles in world For hunting |most useful air guns/2017 ||2018 https://youtu.be/3uFGoBb3YMY
>> No. 107544 ID: 8c8421
  How Far Will an Air Rifle Kill? Part 1 https://youtu.be/hT8JYjWitz0

The Airforce Texan is rated as a very powerful .45 air rifle.
https://www.airgundepot.com/search.html?keyword=texan&submit=&prv=&adv=&hawkb=&avad=194169_a128b4045&utm_source=affiliate


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107529 No. 107529 ID: 5a1e0c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Here we present a S.A.C.M. (Societe Alsacienne de Constructions Mecaniques) Model 1935A Pistol, made circa the 1940s. This is a semi-automatic pistol chambered for the 7.65M Longue (.32 Long) cartridge. It was developed by the Swiss Charles Petter and used by the French Army (not to mention the Nazi Germans during their occupation of France) in several wars and was the official sidearm of the French military until 1950. This single action semi-automatic pistol design was purchased by Sig, which would eventually use the patents to produce the legendary P210 pistol. The SACM, however, would go onto see combat in the First Indochina War (Vietnam 1946-54) and the Algerian War (1954-62).

The left side of this specimen reads “Mle 1935A” and “S.A.C.M.” It comes in a very nice corduroy lined brown leather holster originally made for a Tokarev.
https://www.gunsinternational.com/guns-for-sale-online/revolvers/handguns-french-pistols/1940s-french-s-a-c-m-model-1935a-pistol-holster.cfm?gun_id=101045260
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>> No. 107532 ID: 5a1e0c
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>> No. 107533 ID: 5a1e0c
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>> No. 107534 ID: 5a1e0c
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>> No. 107535 ID: 5a1e0c
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>> No. 107536 ID: 5a1e0c
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French Mle. 1935A pistol in 7.65 French Long, similar to the old .30 Pedersen cartridge.


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107440 No. 107440 ID: 9dcda2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Now legal in Maryland. I get to pick it up next week. (7 day waiting period.)
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>> No. 107495 ID: 758a23
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107495
Comparing the Hudson to the Sig226 in terms of bore axis. I lined up the backstrap and triggers. Quite a difference. The weight on these two is about the same at 34oz, despite the Sig having an aluminum frame while the Hudson has a steel frame.
>> No. 107496 ID: 758a23
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107496
The Hudson and the King of High Bore Axis, the Mauser C96.

1896 to 2017. 121 years of duty 9mm pistols.
>> No. 107497 ID: 758a23
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Top shot of a G19, Hudson, and 1911. The Hudson is slimmer than the G19.
>> No. 107517 ID: 9dcda2
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>>107440
New Dawson precision front sight. Ordered the DP .170 x .100 sight. The original sight is .215 x .145.
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107518
New sight picture. The elevation difference is very noticeable. We'll see how it shoots.


No. 105415 ID: 19518e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
  A while ago we had a thread about high-speed photography and such. I think my friend and I took some curious pictures today, not sure how interesting they will be, but it was enlightening to learn what a DSLR could do in this kind of situation.

The camera in question is an Olympus E-510 with a Zuiko 14-58 F2.8 lens, a little dated and nothing special to begin with. In the midday sun, we were able to get a fast enough shutter to be able to capture bullets. Because of how these kinds of shutters function, the bullets are still quite blurry and faint but they're still visible.

Video is related to explain how the shutters typically work, to explain why the bullets weren't exactly as crisp as one would expect from shutter speeds of 1/4000th of a second, and why they're blurry in a slightly asymmetrical way due to a "rolling shutter" effect.

Also these guys shooting a giggle-switched AR-15 was adorable, great footage as well.
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>> No. 107506 ID: c2c3ac
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>>107505
Friend's brother shooting his comp'd S&W Shield
>> No. 107507 ID: c2c3ac
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>>107506
Egyptian Hakim with some aggressive ejection
>> No. 107508 ID: c2c3ac
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>>107507
Shooting a friend's Browning A5
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>>107508
The same shot in real-time
>> No. 107510 ID: c2c3ac
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>>107509
We've come full circle now

A friend shooting his CZ Shadow 2


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107486 No. 107486 ID: afa433 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
What's this? A fixed barrel, split slide pistol with swappable top rail? Supposedly gas operated?

http://www.recoilweb.com/alien-pistol-from-laugo-arms-in-9mm-teased-138810.html
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>> No. 107492 ID: a3b2e7
looks heavy
>> No. 107499 ID: f0fb5d
Looks super neat. I hope it catches on but gas operated pistols haven't so far, so...

Before I knew it was gas operated, I imagined it being some sort of on-its-head tilting action, like your typical short-recoil pistol action but turned upside down somehow so that the rear of the barrel is pivoted up instead of down during unlocking.
>> No. 107500 ID: 758a23
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>>107499
I wonder if they could use a rotating barrel system like the Beretta PX4.

I shot a PX4 and found it unremarkable. Pretty much identical to any other polymer frame hammer fired gun.
>> No. 107501 ID: afa433
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>>107499

Plenty of options for the action, but it's a testament to Browning's prowess that most guns use a derivative of his system. From delayed blowback like the Avenger was (https://www.m1911.org/hogueavenger.htm) to the roller locked Korth PRS (https://kortharms.com/de/pistol-prs-5.html), there were plenty of options for fixed barrels.
I find it odd that they'd go for gas operated, but I'm curious about it anyway.

>>107500
>I wonder if they could use a rotating barrel system like the Beretta PX4

It's a fixed barrel. A rotating barrel would ruin that idea.
>> No. 107502 ID: f2172d
>>107500

I have never had a good experience with the PX4. I played with one that when you engaged the safety, half the time the hammer did not decock (although the concept of carrying a cocked and locked Beretta was amusing). The last time I fired one (about 3 months ago) I had several stoppages, mainly failure to extract.


No. 107456 ID: f5c3ed hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Decided to test some reloads, story to follow with pics when I have the time to post later.
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>> No. 107482 ID: e96fc3
>>107479
What's wrong with New Frontier Armory? I know PSA has had chronic customer service issues, but I've seen only good things aside from this thread about their 9mm ARs.
>> No. 107483 ID: f5c3ed
Had the opportunity to test my reloads in an M9 this morning. The primers bulged a little indicating my reloads are too hot. I have 250 rounds left, I may still run them in my carbine and lesson learned load lighter next time. Anyone know if a CZ 75b can handle +P loads?
>> No. 107484 ID: 6ca38e
>>107482
I used to have to push their polymer lowers when I worked in a gun shop. Chinciest shit ever. Cheap and lightweight, but very little aftermarket worked in it and they'd often crack at the pivot pin.

I just have a visceral reaction to their name now, especially when coupled with PSA.
>> No. 107485 ID: e35b40
>>107484
This. Our shop got a ton in after Sandy Hook and once the panic died down we couldn't give them away.
>> No. 107491 ID: f5c3ed
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I just noticed this about 0:37 in to my video when showing it to a friend. Appears to be a flash in the hand guards. Is this normal for PPC ARs? It makes sense that there could be unburned powder burning every so often out of the unused gas port, but how typical should this be?


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107424 No. 107424 ID: 9e97c8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
did bump stocks get banned yet or are they still legal?
>> No. 107425 ID: e35b40
bump stocks suck
get a binary trigger instead
>> No. 107426 ID: ca222d
Banned in my state, WA
>> No. 107428 ID: c60885
>>107425
Binary triggers also suck and are in fact dangerous

Full auto in general has limited application, any gimped form of it is of no use.
>> No. 107429 ID: 5c87e8
>>107428
>Full auto in general has limited application, any gimped form of it is of no use.
Thats the sour grapes talking kid
>> No. 107489 ID: 815268
i think they just banned full semi auto


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107430 No. 107430 ID: f6327b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I just returned from my first IPSC Shotgun match, the Shotgun World Shoot in France where I placed atleast above last place. Anyone else here with who actually shoot matches in IPSC/USPSA/2-Gun/3-Gun or similar?
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>> No. 107439 ID: 9dcda2
  >>107438
>> No. 107450 ID: 9dcda2
  >>107430
InRangeTV
Published on Jun 16, 2018

Ken Hackathorn: The Origins of IPSC, IDPA & 3 Gun

Jeff Cooper believed... that anyone who didn't shoot a 45 caliber 1911 was a commie pinko faggot liberal.

Love it.
>> No. 107451 ID: 6ca38e
>>107450
I mean, he also thought the scout rifle was relevant about 20 years past any time it would have been.

:3
>> No. 107452 ID: f6327b
I'm signing up for Finnish Brutality which is in August in Finland. It will be my first 2-Gun match, and I'm in fucking horrible shape. Me and a buddy will be sharing an Arsenal SAR-M1 (slr106 in the states?) in 5.56. I've paid for it, I just don't own it yet. I'll be shooting in Irons with a stock Glock 17.
>> No. 107467 ID: 61e76a
I used to shoot CPSA, if that counts?


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107349 No. 107349 ID: 6b2b62 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Ballistics gel of .223/5.56 only.
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>> No. 107370 ID: a3a79d
>>107362
Jesus, that's so much better than everything else.
>> No. 107372 ID: 6b2b62
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>>107367
>> No. 107404 ID: c51e6b
>>107372
longbois btfo in ballistics but mid gas is still king
>> No. 107405 ID: bd9939
>>107351
While this is nothing to scoff at it bums me out a bit in comparison to the TSX. I wonder which soft point was used and whether it was bonded or not. I was going to warmly load up a few hundred of my pulled 62 grain federal fusions for my 10.5 inch braced pistol I keep handy in my truck, but if these are something great like a nosler partition vs a cheapo cup and core I'm afraid the performance out of my barrel length might be mediocre if that's as deep as a 14.5 inch could drive it.

Dat TSX though. Jesusth. I wish I could get a good source for them. I was able to get a couple thousand piece commercial bags of the 145 grain LRX's for my .280 AI for like 20 cents per boolit Hopefully some .224 diameter shows up on the market as such.
>> No. 107423 ID: bec165
Cool pictures are one thing, interpreting the data is another.

DocGKR will even admit, not every round performed the same way. M855 for example is notorious for inconsistency with fragmentation.

Also be sure to assess your own requirements and needs based on what you think you'll need.
IE: "NONE of the fragmenting 5.56 mm OTM bullets, even the heavy 75 - 100 gr loads, offer acceptable performance through automobile windshield glass. Contrary to what many believe, M193 & M855 FMJ are not very good against glass; the best military 5.56 mm load against glass is 52 gr M995 AP, followed by the 62 gr Mk318 Mod0 OTM and 70 gr Optimal "brown tip" OTM."

>>107367

Most are tested down to 10.4" at a minimum, sometimes shorter like 8.9".


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