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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. 107273 ID: c2c3ac
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A little bit o' rain ain't gonna stop me
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FÉG PJK-9HP


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107373 No. 107373 ID: 8e191e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Fun fact: you can conceal any size fixed blade knife in the state of Nevada with a ccw. This recent revelation, combined with the fact the missus still won't let me have funz (you put a pistol to your head one time), has got me seriously considering buying a real noif.

Two part question: which one and how should I train with it? I'm currently thinking the Buck 619 Bowie knife and there's a martial arts studio down the road teaching Eskrima. I can be swayed otherwise.
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>> No. 107383 ID: e84516
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A more contemporary-looking Buck folder.
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Or go for something bugger, although less concealable?
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En garde!
>> No. 107386 ID: bec165
pull the trigger next time.
>> No. 107387 ID: e84516
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>>107386
Oh, you!


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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. 107361 ID: 6b2b62
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>> No. 107367 ID: e35b40
With the trend towards pistol builds and SBRs, any tests on barrels shorter than 14.5 inches?
>> No. 107370 ID: a3a79d
>>107362
Jesus, that's so much better than everything else.
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>>107367


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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>>107292
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>>107293
Shooting in the rain is fun and make for some wicked slow motion shots
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>>107295
And last one for now

I've since replaced the weak recoil spring after I recorded this footage, but I need to take this thing out to the range again.
>> No. 107297 ID: 9dcda2
>>107283
LOL.

Awesome work man. I love the rain in the shotgun videos.
>> No. 107371 ID: a3a79d
>>107290
The rain in this is beautiful.


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107317 No. 107317 ID: 6ef9f1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I have some questions.

I am not enough of a warlock to figure this out on my own:
In california, would it be legal to build an AR pistol if I used a grip like the one pictured, and a stabilizing brace?

What else would I need to avoid to keep it technically featureless?
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>> No. 107342 ID: 301082
  >>107341
"Double Deuce" 2-Bore Rifle: A Gunsmithing Spectacle https://youtu.be/OYlDgwo52tI
Sold for:
Double Deuce rifle: $6,900
Lil' Deuce pistol: $4,313

The largest sporting rifles ever actually used in the field as more than an exhibition were 4-bore stopping rifles, firing roughly 1" in diameter (25mm) projectiles. These were intended to not simply kill a dangerous animal, but to stop it immediately in a charge, which might require shooting through thick bone or horn protection. For that purpose, the 4-bore could have some value - assuming you had an assistant to carry it when danger was not imminent!

However, there have been a number of gunsmiths who have built 2-bore rifles, like this example named "Double Deuce" by its maker, Stolzer & Son of Kansas. At 44 pounds, this behemoth is definitely too heavy for practical use, but it sure is an impressively huge piece of work! It fires a 1.33" (33.8mm) ball weighing 3500gr (227g) at about 1250fps (380 m/s)...if you can hold it on target long enough to get an accurate shot.
>> No. 107344 ID: 6ef9f1
As it turns out, any pistol with a magazine outside the grip is an assault weapon.

This state sucks.
>> No. 107345 ID: 301082
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>>107344
Seriously?

- German Bergmann Model 1896 No. 2 5-shot pistol in 5mm Bergmann.
>> No. 107368 ID: 6ef9f1
>>107345
yep. Also any pistol with a barrel shroud/handguard
>> No. 107369 ID: c05011
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>>107368
High capacity like a motherfuck!
- Bergmann Simplex 1901 in 8mm Simplex with 8-round special magazine.


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107363 No. 107363 ID: 166f10 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
So, the CMP has released their procedures and pricing for the M1911’s and M1911A1’s that we’re released to them by the Secretary of the Army. For those that have not seen the page or want more in depth descriptions of pistol grades, see <a href="http://thecmp.org/cmp_sales/1911-information/">here.</a>

$1050 for Service Grade, $950 for Field, $850 for Rack. Notable pistols will be auctioned.

They explain ad nauseum the procedure to obtain one, but there is little on the guns themselves. No provisions seem to have been made regarding choosing whether you want the original or A1, or choosing a manufacturer. Which leads me to believe that it’s luck of the draw, and every gun is going to be a mediocre quality mixmaster. Therefore, for a pistol that is more collectible based upon its origin of parts, production dates, and stamps/rollmarks (as opposed to condition of grips and finish), why is CMP selling them based upon the cosmetic condition? Are you going to buy one?
>> No. 107364 ID: 166f10
Fixed link: http://thecmp.org/cmp_sales/1911-information/
>> No. 107365 ID: c27283
I would expect the overwhelming majority of them to be A1 pattern, just due to how old the non-A1 models are (and thus a lot of them have been lost due to falling apart over time and use) and just how many more A1s were made.


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107170 No. 107170 ID: 360798 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
A group of Republican state legislators in South Carolina introduced a measure Thursday that would allow the state to secede from the United States if the federal government began to seize legally purchased firearms in the state.

The bill, which was referred to the state House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, would allow South Carolina lawmakers to debate whether to secede from the United States if the federal government were to violate the Second Amendment.

It states that "the general assembly shall convene to consider whether to secede from the United States based upon the federal government's unconstitutional violation of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution if the federal government confiscates legally purchased firearms in this state."

The measure, introduced by GOP Reps. Mike Pitts, Jonathon Hill and Ashley Trantham, comes amid an intense debate over the nation's gun laws that was reignited in February after a deadly mass shooting in Parkland, Fla.
Since then, anti-gun violence advocates have stepped up demands for new gun control laws, calling for prohibitions on assault-style weapons and stronger background checks for gun buyers, among other measures.

The South Carolina bill is unlikely to make it through this session. It faces an April 10 deadline to go to the state Senate for consideration.

South Carolina became the first state to secede from the Union in the lead up to the Civil War, withdrawing in 1860.

http://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/382003-south-carolina-house-republicans-introduce-bill-to-consider-secession
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>> No. 107231 ID: c09e36
>>107225
You mean exactly like the first Civil War?
>> No. 107233 ID: 3e211a
>>107225
Yeah that's why after the first one American servicemen now swear an oath to protect the Union from enemies foreign and domestic.
>> No. 107265 ID: d0cfe2
Fuck Sherman.
>> No. 107336 ID: df12a0
>>107233
Didn't stop 'em from serving the Obama Administration.
>> No. 107337 ID: 454da4
>>107336
>the democratically elected government is the same as a bunch of traitors

perfect logic from our resident soyboy cuck who thinks battleships are still useful. :)


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107189 No. 107189 ID: 738b31 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Damn /k/ i've had my head under a rock for the past year cause other things needed to happen besides guns, but now that I'm looking around seems like everything is crazy expensive.
There used to be a cheap option for shooting, but now even a 10/22 almost cost $300
Is there a cheap option for shooting nowadays? Is there a current Nagant or similar on the market? Barring dirt cheap options, is it still economic to start with an 80% and build up?
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>> No. 107316 ID: 6ca38e
Obviously much of the above information is outdated, and neither Keymod and Mlok were not on the market as of yet, among other things. Still there's a lot of decent info there to look over.

Also, fuck Troy Industries with a rusty rake.


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107270 No. 107270 ID: ad2a44 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Can anyone authenticate this? I’ve heard of people making fakes.

https://www.armslist.com/posts/8244075/arkansas-antiques-for-sale-trade---45-m1911-a1
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>> No. 107275 ID: ad2a44
>>107274

He wants to trade for my Glock 19. I read a forum about guys shaving off RIA markings and stamping on Rand US Gov’t ones.
Any idea what a refinished shooter grade would go for? Gunbroker is all over the place.
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Better shot of the 18c
>> No. 107277 ID: e35b40
>>107276

What's the story on the 18C? I assume it's the store's dealer sample? Putting the trijicon with a price tag next to it is such a tease.
>> No. 107278 ID: 16093f
>>107277

Dealer was showing it off at a gun show in Arkansas. He has a wall of select fire SMGs.
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Postwar arsenal reparked/refinished pistols are the norm in my experience. That one is pretty obvious with the faded stamps. Very rarely do you see a true bring back with original worn finish. The last one I saw was a "dad died and I'm not really a gun person" scenario.

While in my opinion it being a refinished gun with a fairly prominent idiot scratch diminishes the value well below 90%, blue book is just a general guideline and I think $1,500 for a US property marked gun is most definitely not outside the norm, but certainly not a steal.

I'm assuming he wants cash as well, because I would trade my 19 for that in an instant. (despite being a total glockfag that has zero interest in 1911's other than historically significant examples).


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107158 No. 107158 ID: f41284 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Don't say this shit can't happen. This Bill has 174 cosponsors.

https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/5087/all-info
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>> No. 107210 ID: a8533b
>>107199
>>107199
>I'm a sissy because I left my home state, which is gerrymandered against republicans and ruled wholly by a megacity which should be it's own census designated autonomous region

>afraid of being charged with weapons crimes
No I was afraid of my tax dollars, which were unjustly high, going towards illegitimate corrupt state government

Why should I fight a losing battle and become a target for an illegitimate state government when I can vote with my feet? Let my state rely wholly on its megacity while the rest of the state looks more and more like West Virginia or Arkansas, and the middle class flees in droves
>> No. 107220 ID: 360fc6
>>107199
Literally wrong. If you have a bunch of voters in one place voting pro-gun, then you get to keep your guns there. If you have just one person in each area voting to keep your guns while everyone else in each area votes to take guns, then you get your guns taken. That's how it works.
Also your taxes will be feeding the people taking your guns from you for the entire time that you are there.
>> No. 107234 ID: 09c7e0
>>107220
never put this guy in charge of gerrymandering except as an act of sabotage
>> No. 107266 ID: d0cfe2
I just hope I am around to witness the Balkanization of the US and what follows.

As for an Assault Weapons "Ban", I will just have to break the law. I'm not obeying anymore shitlib laws.
>> No. 107269 ID: 89948a
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>>107266
>getting bulldozed into a mass grave by the national guard to own the libs


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