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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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>>74530
More pew pew. The Glock 17 MOS was a bit of a "what the hell" buy. A good host for an Aimpoint ACRO whenever that comes out. The MK4 is to replace my MK2 as a training gun, and the Sig P365 because I'm on a pocket pistol kick.
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Oops i did it again :3 Here is pseudoPMM made from airgun MP654K welded frame and MP371 blankgun welded slide. Selfmade barrel with 4/right, 12 rnd mag. 9x18 of course.


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108143 No. 108143 ID: 7e7aa7 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I've finally decided that I'm going to pull the trigger and build an AR-15 (of sorts; SCR Lower). I've set aside money for the lower, just waiting on Brownells or Budsgunshop to have them instock again. In the mean time I'm going to build up the upper, 100% from scratch (well from parts because I'm not a machinist).

Why not just buy an upper? I actually want to really learn something out of this.

Why an SCR lower? I broke my hand long before joining the Marine Corps. Being young and dumb and not wating to miss work I would duck tape my hand into a ball for work (pulling rocks out of the blueberry barrens) and then tape my fingers and hand out on make shift splints after work. Suffice to say it never healed right and now shooting a true pistol grip actually kind of hurts. Straightish stocks work much better for me.

Has anyone here assembled their own upper?
Any good guides to read?
Manufactures to avoid? (obviously avoid poverty pony stuff)
Manufactures you like?

Over all I'm going for an upper that looks somewhat milspec, sans the forward assist (SCR bolt can't utilize one) and carry handle. Almost mini-14ish in overall asthetics.

Pic semi-related. I'm thinking of a wood buttstock because #woodissexyasfuck
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>> No. 108177 ID: c69b56
Ordered parts today. Got a 10% off and free shipping from Brownells. Funny how if you leave a full cart for 24hrs suddenly there are coupon offers in your email.

Ordered From Brownells:
1x Aero Stripped Upper, no FA
1x Brownells 20" 6.5 Grendel SS barrel 1in8 w/bolt
1x Ejection port cover assy
1x SS rifle length gas tube
1x A2 Flash Hider
1x Basic charging handle
1x Armorers tool (tapco one)
1x Action Vise Block

From other sites:
1x Clamp on A2 FSB w/bayo-lug & swivel
1x Delta ring w/barrel nut assy
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>> No. 108182 ID: 9dcda2
>>108177
> Got a 10% off and free shipping from Brownells. Funny how if you leave a full cart for 24hrs suddenly there are coupon offers in your email.

That's a good tip.

> 6.5 Grendel

Well the thing about 6.5 is the ammo cost...

https://www.sgammo.com/product/65-grendel-ammo/1000-rounds-65-grendel-100-grain-fmj-lacquered-steel-case-wpa-wolf-ammo
> 1000 Rounds - 6.5 Grendel 100 grain FMJ Lacquered Steel case WPA Wolf Ammo $249.50 Each (price per round $0.25)

Shit! I didn't know Wolf made 6.5 for cheap.

> Basic charging handle
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>>108182
Link saved!

Also, I had thought firearms related purchases were exempt, but my I used my cash back credit card (1-3% depending on what is purhcased; I put everything on it and pay it off at the end of the month) and got 3%. Pleasant surprise.
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>>108177
>Ordered parts today. Got a 10% off and free shipping from Brownells. Funny how if you leave a full cart for 24hrs suddenly there are coupon offers in your email.
personally i never found brownells to be a particularly good place to shop for AR parts for cheap. i guess it's because i've always found better deals elsewhere, but it's nice to get all of your shit from one place.

>Ordered From Brownells:
>1x Aero Stripped Upper, no FA
patrician choice.

>1x Brownells 20" 6.5 Grendel SS barrel 1in8 w/bolt
>I decided I'm going the 6.5 Grendel route last second. I've been doing a lot of reading and for my needs (plinking -> hunting) it seems like the better choice.
i'd have personally started with a 5.56 but i was tossing around the idea of building a 12.5" 6.5 grendel pistol to hunt with myself. at least there are cheap steel-cased offerings out there to plink with, i have no qualms about shooting tulammo/wolf crap through any of my guns.

i don't know if there was an option for this at brownells either, but i'd assume they are at least on top of their game and offer the 6.5 grendel stuff with the type 2 chamber if you enjoy having fingers and a face.

>1x A2 Flash Hider
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Got about 75% assembled. Rear sight is still in the mail, just order the special non-standard bolt catch the SCR used, have yet to order optics or the hardware I think will let me side mount a scope WWII style. Also still need to choose an ambidextrous mag release.


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  Wouldn't this shit be great in firearms?
>> No. 108354 ID: f5c3ed
>Less parts, lighter weight potentially
Maybe the concept would be applicable in the recoil mechanism concept of the KRISS Vector? Might add bulk but not much weight and control recoil well?


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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. 107968 ID: bbee29
>>107967
>laser sintering
I'll have to disagree. That's not exactly a part with complicated internal geometry so there's a lot of reasons why laser sintering would not be ideal.

Looks more like MIM where they made the part simple to mold out by making it solid (no internal features), then made the internal features with a drilling operation or whatever needed after. From the smaller deeper hole, looks very clearly like a drill hole, then there's a larger diameter and less deep internal shoulder, done with either a counterbore or just an endmill (possibly another drill, hard to judge angle of shoulder from here, it could be a 135 degree tip or something). As it's an internal feature that isn't normally visible so they'd just feed harder to reduce cycle time so would likely leave marks like that.

Still, it's hard to say for sure. It's possible that it's sintering, I just think it's unlikely.
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What's funnier is what this looks like in real life.
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>> No. 107980 ID: 6da2ca
Well this is at least quality information. Thanks OP.
>> No. 108352 ID: 9dcda2
  Well shit.

>>107440
https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2019/03/18/hudson-manufacturing-files-for-bankruptcy/

BREAKING NEWS: Hudson Manufacturing Files For Bankruptcy

Posted 1 min ago in Breaking News, Companies by Benjamin F with No Comments
Tags: bankruptcy, H9, hudson, lawsuit

Hudson Manufacturing, makers of the much-vaunted Hudson H9, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on March 14th. This is, presumably, in direct response to their previously cataloged troubles. Cambridge Valley Machining has sued Hudson over unpaid debts after being contracted to machine parts for them.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

There are several different types, or chapters, of bankruptcies that individuals and companies can file for. Hudson has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, meaning that they have chosen to liquidate all their assets to absolve their debts.

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108123 No. 108123 ID: b6e91c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I wish guns didn't cost so damn much as a hobby.
My city is being gentrified so jobs are getting shittyer and rent is going up. And since gentrification means your comunity gets replaced with well off liberals, all these new voters are making voting to make all kinds of new fees and taxes on anything gun related.

Post guns you wish you could afford.
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>>108218
You could probably figure it out.
Hopefully the instructions are not printed in Swedish.
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>>108218 >>108219
The Swedish are well known for their easy to understand instructions.
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>>108220

Well luckily most single use and multi-use rocket launchers have "dumb" proof direction on the launcher or on the rocket.
Although I have see too many people try and use them backwards.The only thing i wish the put on things in bold letters is that it is recoiless so they don't anticipate the shot and put the rocket in the ground.
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An LMG-25, or honestly, any of Adolph Furrer's designs. Parts are unobtanium to even attempt building a semi, and its really the last big piece missing from my Swiss guns collection, but itll never happen.

Any of the protoype Swiss semi-autos like the Sk-46 or Ak-44 where they jammed a semi-auto action into a K31.

And of course, the VSS.
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Go big or go home. This thing plus ammo for the launcher. If only if only...


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108322 No. 108322 ID: ceb044 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Tavor in 7.62x51 seriously considering one, not sure if it's even available yet. Seems like the perfect rifle, though I'm a bit out of the loop, any thoughts?
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>> No. 108328 ID: 9dcda2
  Correction, on the Tavor 7 the ejection can be swapped without changing any parts.

However you're still not switching shoulders on the fly.
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Been looking at the keltech RFB as well, seems comparable and so much cheaper. Actually starting to look like the best choice.
>> No. 108347 ID: d3cbb0
>>108323
I too was drooling of the Tavor until... I held one. Felt cheap and the trigger sucked (bullpup I know but still)
>>108331
I had an RFB for a time and it was surprisingly reliable even with Brown Bear garbage ammo and alternating brass nato and wolf. It did fine. Eventually it ended up in my friend's possession and he put a suppressor on it and it broke the ?slide?operating plate? spring retainer piece? The company sent him a Gen 2 part which was beefier and that did the job. It was actually a decent gun. Good luck checking the chamber though...
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Having owned a Tavor for a few years, I don't think the T7 will change my thoughts on Tavors in general.

Pros
>bullpup (this being a pro is up to you, but I do find the same OAL with less short-barrel-muzzle-blast is good along with the other commonly mentioned stuff)
>quick mag changes, shot-to-shot on timer of 2.5 seconds average after a few hours of practice, better shooters could get sub2 pretty easily
>reliable
>tough
>overall a good firearm
>can be shot both shoulders because brass deflector

Cons
>expensive
>inaccurate, especially for the price
>heavier than what they say it weighs
>rear heavy, with reciprocating mass well above the shooter's firing hand making the gun teeter-totter in recoil impulse. The shooter's firing hand becomes a bit of a pivot point where the rifle can rock muzzle up as the BCG travels rear and muzzle down as the BCG goes home (for me anyway, other shooters might not have this issue)
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AR-15 impulse by comparison. This particular AR has a 14.5" barrel, FA BCG, carbine gas, and a regular birdcage. The difference is more dramatic when shooting them side by side versus watching a potatocam video.


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  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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Pppthtbbtbtbt
>> No. 108232 ID: f2172d
>>108226
>>108227
good reminder to not mindlessly tap rang bang malfunctions as soon as they happen.
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Some more Shadow 2, this time it's actually mine
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>>108231
walrblglrbawrglblrb

>>108232
To be fair these are rare in the worst of cases and really only happen with dubious ammo. I think it would be best to immediately clear a malfunction normally and if you're using ammo that could be weird, make a note to let the malfunction sit for a second as an exception.
>> No. 108348 ID: 9dcda2
>>108343
ROFL.

>>108338
Bow chicka wow wow.


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107430 No. 107430 ID: f6327b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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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>>108339
Also, think I should bring my Steyr-Hahn to the next one? :P
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>>108340
4 fun
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>>108339
> Had my first USPSA match last week. Learned a lot about my shooting and there's much room for improvement. That said, it was a ton of fun and everyone was incredibly nice and helpful.

Great job dude. I thought you shot pretty well. You'll get faster. Just work on safe and smooth for now.

With your stage two poppers, you got excited and blew your wad, then slowed down and recovered. Good work there.

When you hit, speed up. When you miss, slow down. All too often when someone's shooting and they miss, they try to speed up to make up for the miss, and miss more.

> Now it's all I can really think about, haha

Yer fuckin' hooked.

>>108341

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>>108342
And how do you people have so much room on your belts? I added a baldric (the "Mike Haggar" belt) to mine to help with the weight. It was fine till I got the shadow. That thing is a tank.

Thinking about rigging up some suspenders, rather than the luggage strap I zip tied on.
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>>108342
Thanks for the kind words man
>derp and oofset
Very good point. I'll have to do the same to my holster

>>108345
>Haggar belt
kek

I'm not sure about the belt real estate. I bought this under and over belt combo from Stormrider Gear some years ago and it uses MOLLE on the outside portion of the belt. I don't know if it helps, but I guess the accessories were designed not to take much space


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  Project Lightening discussion.
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>> No. 108329 ID: c6e452
  Project Lightening: After Action Report with Mark https://youtu.be/u8f3mOctY1E
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I wonder if BAR gunners in WW1 used makeshift shooting sticks like hunters sometimes do to steady their guns.
Shooting sticks are teo or three sticks lashed together at an axis and a rifle is placed above this to steady it. I have seen shooting sticks that looked like old drumsticks tied together with string or crocheted yarn that worked quite well to steady rifles or shotguns.

BIPOD Shooting Sticks https://youtu.be/UNLzYIA3l4k
>> No. 108335 ID: 51b0a9
>>108330
Not even sure if my trip will work.. Greets from Paducah KY, nonetheless.


Anyhow- Biggest part of shooting the M1918 (not A1/A2) is recoil control
When you hit the trigger, there is a dwell time as the gas rod (carrying the bolt) moves forward to chamber and fire the cartridge. It's pretty significant, as in "if you've fired a flintlock, a M1918 is nothing".

So, you take your marksman BAR gunner and give them some pokeysticks.
IF and only IF they really know their shit, will said bitsa make a difference. You HAVE to practice followthrough.

But. If you do this the M1918 is stupidly accurate. I mean "hand this to a well trained 'tard and he will cut ragged holes" kind of accurate.

The time of lock, and force of lock are amazing, plus the action will just about always set off a round, barring the worst of the worst.

This means that if the guy slapping the loud switch does his bit, the M1918 will put shots on target with annoying reliability.
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>>108335
Hi, Meplat! Thanks for your input on the venerable M1918.
How have things been?
>> No. 108337 ID: d3cbb0
>>108335
Holy shit Meplat has returned.


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105744 No. 105744 ID: 8c18eb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Bond Arms derringers with custom grips and holsters.
These were listed on Etsy.
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>> No. 108317 ID: f5c3ed
Just learned that Bond Arms makes .45 ACP barrels. Do they genuinely make good backup pistols? A pocket holster seems like a good way to carry one. Maybe for house carry as a minimalist option. Anyone carry one?
>> No. 108318 ID: dd2fee
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>>108317
I carry an inexpensive American Derringer Corp M-1 .45 Colt/.410x2.5" snake gun when I go on hikes in rattlesnake country or occasionally when I carry concealed. Back in the late '80s in San Jose, California, I was hiking with a friend in the hills and we came upon a large rattlesnake under a thorny bush. We could have just gone around the angry reptile, but my friend pulled out a stainless steel clone of a Remington 1865 Double Derringer Model 95 and fired at the snake. His gun was loaded with .410 shotgun cartridges filled with small birdshot. Worked like a charm! Dead rattlesnake. Remember to carry this in an open holster if you do not have a concealed carry permit.

My ADC Derringer is heavy for it's size (especially when compared to modern pocket pistols) and the single-action hammer is very stiff (especially when compared to single-action revolvers like the Ruger Vaquero). Breaking the barrels open is very stiff as well (especially when compared to other derringers). She only has a half-inch of rifled barrel where the 2.5" shotgun breach stop is. Will also fire the substantial .45 Colt cartridge and the recoil is not as punishing as I thought it would be. Some .410 shotgun cartridges load 3 or 4 000 buckshot or slugs or compact metal discs, but many of these self defense .410 loads are for the 3" cartridges and larger derringers that load them. The round rosewood grips are nice and they fit my hand nicely even though the handle is so small. She has a hammer-blocking safety button (important!) and very rudimentary sights. Back when I bought this, in the early '90s, they were around $100, in I remember right. Now, they are $500! Ludicrous! But they chamber the 3" shotgun cartridges, so you get that.

For conceal carry, the Double Derringer is not bad, but you only have two shots, but those shots are substantial.
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For pocket pistols in .45 ACP, there are many to choose from. Glock 36, Colt Defender, Sig Sauer P250 Compact, Kahr CW45, and the expensive Kimber Super Carry Ultra HD.

In the battle of concealed carry firearms with the slimmest profile, the Springfield XD-S has taken the crown. With its 0.9 inch slide width, it has overtaken the KAHR pistol as the concealed carry .45 caliber pistol with the slimmest profile. It comes in 3.3" and 4.0" barrel lengths.
https://skyaboveus.com/hunting-shooting/top-10-45-caliber-concealed-carry-pistols
>> No. 108320 ID: dd2fee
  Shooting the Two-Shot 45 ACP/9x19mm Convertible Derringer from DoubleTap Defense.- Gunblast.com https://youtu.be/w6mMinG6RRI

DoubleTap 9mm 45ACP Derringer Type Pocket Gun Overview - Texas Gun Blog https://youtu.be/CcVsD4rKQp4
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>>108319
My go to summer carry is my Shield .45. Winter/heavy clothing carry is my Sig P220 DAK. Although the Shield is small, it's not pocket carry small.


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