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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. 109895 ID: dd0723
>>109890
You're ridiculous, and we love you for it.
>> No. 109931 ID: 63b80c
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109931
>>109304
Based Marlinbro. Should've gotten into reloading like you but I'm an idiot who doesn't understand how much ammo he chews through in a range trip


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109938 No. 109938 ID: f3e210 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Hell of a time to start a project.
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>> No. 109941 ID: b09df8
Very cool! I've been very intrigued by the BRN-180, especially now that there's a generation two and the 300 Blackout model. I'm not much of an early adopter.
>> No. 109951 ID: eb4e0d
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>> No. 109952 ID: 39c0af
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109952
Finally got in the reciever adapter. Still in the works.
>> No. 109953 ID: 3efc75
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109953
>>109938
Looks good!

If you're looking for a folding front sight, check out the Magpul MBUS Pro. I used one to go with my KAC rear on my regular DI upper.

For the BRN-180 upper I used a Vortex Viper PST 1-6x. It's pretty sweet.
>> No. 109954 ID: f2172d
What's the difference between the Gen 2 and Gen 1? I've handled the Gen 1.


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109945 No. 109945 ID: 0d01d8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Being very opinionated and having some time on my hands these days, I came up with this, as a relatively simple to administer, simple to score 50 round, 50 foot handgun qual course requiring minimal resources--no moving targets, no plate rack. Its purpose is not so much to identify l33t exspurts, but more to weed out people who do not have their shit together and should not be allowed to touch a firearm much less carry one on duty, in order that their training deficits may be addressed appropriately. I am trying to decide if it's balanced and accomplishes what I have in mind. Comments and constructive criticism welcome.

Handgun Qualification Course

50 rounds of ammunition required.

Qualification course shall consist of three stages, all of which are to be fired standing, unsupported, at a distance of fifty feet, using a standard B27 type target.

Stage 1. 30 rounds. Candidate shall engage target using whatever technique he prefers, with a mandatory reload every five rounds, using speedloaders or spare magazines as appropriate. Time limit is one minute fifteen seconds. All rounds must hit the target silhouette or this stage is failed. Shots that hit the target silhouette but not within the scoring rings are scored one point. Shots are scored per the scoring rings. A minimum score of 240 is required to pass this stage.

Stage 2. Ten rounds. Candidate shall shoot using strong hand only, with one mandatory reload after five rounds, using a speedloader or spare magazine as appropriate. Time limit is twenty-five seconds. All rounds must hit the target silhouette or this stage is failed. Shots that hit the target silhouette but not within the scoring rings are scored one point. Shots are scored per the scoring rings. A minimum score of 75 is required to pass this stage.

Stage 3. Ten rounds. Candidate shall shoot using weak hand only, with one mandatory reload after five rounds, using speedloaders or spare magazine as appropriate. Time limit is thirty seconds. All rounds must hit the target silhouette or this stage is failed. Shots that hit the target silhouette but not within the scoring rings are scored one point. Shots are scored per the scoring rings. A minimum score of 70 is required to pass this stage.

Trainee must pass on all three stages to qualify, first try, no alibis, no do-overs. For qualification purposes this course is graded pass/fail only, requiring passing scores on all three stages and a cumulative score of 385 out of a possible 500.
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>> No. 109947 ID: 7e6a19
>carry one on duty
If it's a private organization, sure that's not a bad qualification test. I don't have much of a comment on government officials being armed.

>to weed out people who do not have their shit together and should not be allowed to touch a firearm
SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED.
>> No. 109950 ID: 3efc75
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>>109945
I like to use the scoring key as the target.


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109918 No. 109918 ID: bb86e7 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I have been reading about suppressors and suitable hosts. The question that I am having trouble with is do recoil / muzzle / nielsen device boosters negate some of the performance of the silencer?

As for hosts, there does not seem to be a current production locking action handgun that has a both a fixed barrel and available threaded barrels. Remington R51 threaded barrels are no longer in production, and the Walther CCP does not seem to have threaded barrels available.
>> No. 109933 ID: b09df8
Strictly speaking yes, but it's negligible compared to the action of the host gun. Really a non-concern.

In case this is you: One thing a lot of guys do when first getting into silencers is seeking the MOST QUIET, MINIMUM dB. Then they get their can and realize 130dB is still pretty loud and realize they can only take their ear protection off when they're shooting alone and outdoors, so they go for something shorter, lighter and a smidge louder. Or maybe something more versatile but less super-duper quiet on the one intended caliber.
>> No. 109942 ID: bb86e7
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That is just one of the many reasons the Dead Air Odessa 9 is my favorite so far.


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98094 No. 98094 ID: a4a9ab hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Another general weapons thread.
Previous one: http://www.operatorchan.org/k/res/90125.html
STI Target Master
The Target Master is built on STI’s 1911 Government-length frame with 30 lpi checkering on the front strap. The safety controls are STI ambidextrous thumb safeties and STI high rise, knuckle-relief beavertail grip safety. The 6″ slide features a lowered and flared ejection port, tri-level adjustable sights, and STI front and rear cocking serrations. The barrel is a 6.0″, fully-supported and ramped bull barrel. The Target Master comes standard with a STI two-piece steel guide rod, Commander-style hammer and patented STI Int’l trigger system. The STI Target Master ships with one 1911 Magazine. http://bulletin.accurateshooter.com/tag/glock/
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>> No. 107071 ID: c959ea
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107071
6,385.00 CHF (Swiss Francs) = 6,795.52 USD.
Seems a tad pricy, even for the Swiss.
>> No. 107072 ID: c959ea
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Korth National Standard und Korth Super Sport in .38 Special/.357 Magnum und Wechselsystem auf 9x19mm
https://www.all4shooters.com/de/Zeitschriften/CALIBER-im-Web/Archiv/Inhalt-caliber-06-2016/
>> No. 107073 ID: c959ea
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107073
It's dangerous to go out alone. Take this.
Korth Sky Marshal 9x19mm Kompaktrevolver
>> No. 107074 ID: c959ea
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107074
9mm Sky Hawk.
>> No. 107075 ID: c959ea
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Nighthawk Custom at SHOT Show 2017
http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2017/01/jeremy-s/nighthawk-custom-shot-show-2017/


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109919 No. 109919 ID: 7a5d59 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Anyone had any experience with .300 H&H.

I've got a fancying for a rifle with class... the only problem is the only new .300 H&H guns I can find are eith built by Hollands or another custom rifle builder.

Pic related. shit is custom yo.
>> No. 109922 ID: 7a852d
For many years the 300 H&H was considered the premier long-range rifle cartridge. Many Palma matches were won with it. But keep in mind you will need an extra-long action to fit the cartridge.

Unless you are truly a world-class marksman, one who practices at least weekly and fires many thousands of rounds a year; a top shelf rifle build in this caliber will be more accurate than you.
>> No. 109923 ID: 7a5d59
>>109922
That's what I thought.

I want it to lazer red deer and boar with but also have enough bang to take it wherever I want to in the world and zonk whatever needs zonking (and H&H is a plains game cartridge so it'll do anything short of big 5).

Also I was thinking, (and stay with me on this) .30-06 has been gaining popularity in the UK as a long range foxing cal. This is due to the emphasis on humain kills at range and also using the UK 5-0's dislike of numbers of weapons. So as a multi-use cal for hunting deer and removing foxes it's getting passed off. Well I was thinking no reason I couldn't do that with a .300 H&H and as a bonus I can get around those places that say "no military cals" (France for example).
>> No. 109929 ID: f2172d
>>109923
Dumb question, but is .303 Brit still popular for hunting and sport in the UK?
>> No. 109932 ID: 7a5d59
>>109929
Sport yes, hunting no. UK NRA is litterally beardy guys that just want to shoot .303 Lee Enfields, black rifles be damned.


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109604 No. 109604 ID: 6f36a7 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I have a question for any gunsmiths.
the roll pins circled on that picture, keep backing out on my Rhino.
what is the best solution for this problem long term?
I saw a post something similar happening with a S&W M&P 45 that said use blue loctite.
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>> No. 109607 ID: f2172d
>>109606
See the Mateba, which is from the same designer.
>> No. 109608 ID: 79cf2b
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109608
>>109606
Everyone's favorite space revolver. I picked one up but the (adjustable) sights are WAY the fuck off. And it broke from dry firing.

(So if you dry fire, use snap caps.)
>> No. 109927 ID: 98e297
>>109608
what movie is that
>> No. 109928 ID: 3efc75
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109928
>>109927
Total Recall (2012)
>> No. 109930 ID: d29ef3
>>109605
Agreed, loctite should do the trick. Maybe you should try banging it against something until it deforms slightly if it keeps happening


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109915 No. 109915 ID: eade2d hide watch quickreply [Reply]
This website truly was an inspiration to kick off my direction in life around 2006-2007. Thank you to bat guano, meplat, jedi, mammit, and the other knowledgeable trips.

Pic for flex.
>> No. 109917 ID: 3483c6
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109917
Best regards, Southernbro!
- A Browning 2000 sawed-off automatic shotgun used in Outland (1981).
>> No. 109925 ID: 7a5d59
I don't count myself as on of the above, but I'm glad you got your shit together bro.
>> No. 109926 ID: b09df8
Good for you! It's nice when people are doing good.


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109921 No. 109921 ID: e8a7af hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Theroy of a lucritive transpireing uprise caused by mass contractive control system is makeing a comback here in my system. Causeing a trickling reward system following flaws
ans fakes... as of a drop of blood is to the ocean my souls
know nothing only insticual action. The messengers the caregivers the athority as well as all points that allow any leway headroom or shift of controll is shut by liers labels seeming to hide what we all know is true even the cooperation of the congentinal being and proven factors wich would cause distictive demeanors are cast aside even with a sytematic approch interveaning contructivly and with precise exposition is bound to cause disruption discord and unproductivly creates and childish loop to keep us from experencing our true self achiveing our goals and leads us to a live of simplicity never achiveing a true sence of freedom. showing just how to subside upon belevelent ways of life. no respect no true fathems or admoratiions of a creation with a base to withstand a detremental aproch action placed upon the people to actas one. makeing it flawed is manevalent and overall humility is benign demeaning the ways that make a path worth traveling your whole life only to be presented to what has caused and cost everything that soon will mean nothing without a sence of humor without the proper intervention it fails. We KNOW THE ANSWERS WE ARE THE SOLUTION THERE IS NOTHING HOLDING US BACK. Act as one and freedom once again can be achived
>> No. 109924 ID: 89cfdf
>>109921
man whatever the fuck you're smoking i want some


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109329 No. 109329 ID: b6e91c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Poor /k/ unite! Post the stuff you wish you could buy, but can't.
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>> No. 109882 ID: b73635
>>109880
Looking around a little bit online, I don't see anything other than 1-MOA for the SCAR 20. This wasn't some gun store fudd lore, was it?

Also, I haven't shot since last September. Fucking terrible, I know.
>> No. 109889 ID: 7defe3
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109889
>>109835
>Cool, new site! Finally, a place to go now that 4 and 8 /k/ are shi-
>It's already dead
>> No. 109905 ID: 8b795f
>>109879
He isn't really wrong. It's IRC if you took everything wrong with the rest of modern software and applied it to IRC.
>centralized, woefully insecure, closed source, runs in a browser for some reason, the PRC has a stake
Unfortunately, serious money is backing all of the above, so the only objections you can make that really stick are "it's for faggot autist weirdos" and "it's under-moderated". Which, coincidentally, are some of the only remaining similarities it has with IRC! Funny, huh?
>> No. 109909 ID: 369c8a
>>109881

It was .308 specific

Guy went through some different rounds, called them about it, I'd have to go way back and look it up now. Searching online so far the only thing I've seen that was close was inch and a half.

If I run into it I'll bring it back here with a screenshot if possible.
>> No. 109920 ID: 868195
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109920
I could actually buy it, but it would set me back with all the other stuff I'm buying so i'm still really on the fence about this.

Also the caliber I would prefer is .357, but this would be a local deal.


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