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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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Sometimes smoler is better

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Even 420chan has more traffic than us lmao.
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>> No. 110197 ID: e64a6a
time machine and free snacks?
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Well I'm new so that's something.
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Gun culture got gay as fuck and the only people still talking guns are on reddit or discord where they pretend to be catgirls and shit.
Theres just nothing to say anymore, all guns are the same save for the retard shit keltec pumps out every few years, its just a sea of generic ARs and fags arguing minuscule bullshit.
Milsurp is gone forever, so the days of cheap fun shooting are dead.
Idk, what is there to talk about?
>> No. 110238 ID: 2f6af1
You are part of the problem, faggot

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110218 No. 110218 ID: 65a607 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
/k/, isn't it a fairly serious offense to lie on a federal firearms transaction form?
>> No. 110221 ID: c76820
That's adorable. Someone thinks the rule of law is still a thing in Ameri-Kwa.
>> No. 110227 ID: 58727a
>not building PF940s and 80% ARs
>> No. 110234 ID: 882de6
The ATF under the Obama and Biden administrations barely ever prosecuted people who entered false information on a 4473.

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I don't really care what Stoner originally intended or what other people think of some features that were added for the "wrong reasons". Don't get me wrong, I like Stoner's engineering and I think he's brilliant.

Point is, the forward assist is a device to control something about the rifle and like any device, it can be misused. If you don't think it should be on the gun, good for you, I don't think it has any downsides if you have two braincells to rub together. I like it and I use it often mostly to chamber a round quietly when hunting or to ensure my bolt is in battery when gear snags on the charging handle when I'm traversing difficult terrain. If I was about to die and my rifle wasn't in battery for ANY REASON, I wouldn't care that I "could be making the problem worse by cramming the problem into the chamber harder". I wouldn't care, because it's either cram the problem harder and hope it works, or die. Choice is pretty clear to me.

I think cucksarda thinks too highly of himself and expects every other person on the planet to be dumber than him, and thus he cannot trust anyone else with a device like the forward assist that can be misused.

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I'm thinking about a Glock 32, and I also want to reload the casings. I've hand loaded for 9mm and .223 before. I was told by a gunsmith friend that the gun will beat itself to death after 5000 rounds. Should I just change the spring after 5000 rounds? what about a heavier spring?
>> No. 110200 ID: b48b04
Do not reload for a Glocknade in calibers other than 9mm, at least not using the stock barrel, which in larger calibers is oval shaped with a few hundredths (not thousandths, hundredths) vertical slop to help feeding with ginormous .40 caliber hollowpoints and case head support ranging from mediocre to nonexistent. I've shot a range rental Glock 23 that left every fired case looking pregnant, and that was with factory ammo ammo, not reloads, and they were only 180gr FMJ practice ammo, nothing hot or outrageous. You didn't need a micrometer. You could see the bulged cases, each one with a little smile, with the Mark One Eyeball.

If you must do this, you would be well advised to find an aftermarket barrel that has a tighter chamber and better case head support than stock.

You may also want to look into an extra power recoil spring. I admit I don't know as much as I should about Glocks, but when S&W tried to make M&Ps in 357 SIG they could not make them run reliably without an extra power recoil spring to keep the slide from cycling faster than the magazine spring could push the top cartridge into place. There were also serious problems with frames getting battered. It's strange. From just strict comparison of momentum to momentum, a 357 SIG load with a 124gr bullet at 1300-ish feet per second ought to have less recoil and muzzle flip than a .40 caliber load with a 180 at 950. But the opposite is true. 357 SIG batters frames and beats the hell out of guns. SAAMI max allowable pressure for 357 SIG is 40K PSI, compared to 35K for .40 and 37,500 for 10mm. I find myself wondering if the higher pressures are contributing to extra slide velocity. Those pressures make me feel very much not warm and fuzzy about trying my luck with Glock case head support.

Also, be advised that 357 SIG, as a bottlenecked case, can't be reloaded with carbide dies. It needs steel dies and lube, like .223.
>> No. 110203 ID: bd5a80
Newer glocks have better case head support, so it's not as big of an issue anymore. Still, a new barrel does have advantages beyond a bit more support for longer lasting brass.

Get one that's threaded. Ideally, a suppressor. You might not even need a booster, light enough suppressors can SOMETIMES cycle basic bitch 9x19 so a much spicier round could run just fine. If you can't/don't want a can, a little brake would be great. It'll make the 357 sig even louder and more obnoxious, but it'll take all the snap out of the gun and it'll stop it from beating itself to death. You might have to find the right brake, some might take too much oomph out of it and not cycle hard enough, some might let the gun cycle too hard.

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Sometimes these junk guns look pretty good.
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P.A. Luty?
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With 3D printed sights
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why the long grip

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hello im new here
what do you guys think of this new 9mm carbine
also where the fuck is the catalog?
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I think PCC's have a place as a self-defense gun for someone with very little training. Trigger, safety, mag release, charging handle. Put the red dot on the badguy and pull the trigger. The red dot could be something like an Aimpoint Pro which has a 3 year battery life. Just leave it on and toss in a new battery every couple of years.

Sure a semi-automatic handgun is better, but they're hard to shoot for novices, especially in stressful situations.

Revolvers can fuck off for being hard to shoot and even harder to reload.

Shotguns can also fuck off for being hard to maneuver and reload.

AR's are cool, but the muzzle blast will cause hearing damage and concuss the shooter, making followup shots probably impossible.

The Ruger PC Carbine does have some downsides. Since it's straight blowback, it has a surprising amount of recoil and weight. I found regular 9mm starts to lose it's accuracy at about 75 yards. Again, it's great for new shooters since it's easy to shoot and operate, and because it's not as loud as a rifle, much more pleasant.

> This board predates catalogs and upgrading it is beyond our current fucks as we, and the board, are dead. The way is shut. It was made by those who are Dead, and the Dead keep it, until the time comes. The way is shut.

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>> No. 110186 ID: bd5a80
>AR's are cool, but the muzzle blast will cause hearing damage and concuss the shooter, making followup shots probably impossible.
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>I think PCC's have a place as a self-defense gun
No. All the weight, length, and bulk of a long gun, with pissant pistol cartridge power. No. Not if anything else is available. I mean, you could use a matchlock arquebus, I guess, or a bronze sword, but why?
>for someone with very little training.
Good lord, is this ARFCOM now?

>What gun for Meemaw?
>I'm kind of concerned about the string of ultraviolent broad-daylight home invasions in her neighborhood.
>Meemaw is 87 years old and weighs 87 pounds.
>She doesn't have the hand strength to operate a slide.
>Or pull a double action trigger. Or cycle the bolt on a semiauto .22.
>Or cock a revolver, even if she uses both hands.
>She hates and fears guns. She hates people who own guns.
>She's not going to practice with it. She's not going to train. She's not going to build any kind of proficiency.
>I'm going to put it in her palsied hands, and then, when I leave, she's going to put it on the table and stare at it as though it were a poisonous snake.
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>> No. 110196 ID: 3efc75

The only problem with "Meemaw" is:

>She hates and fears guns. She hates people who own guns.

So obviously a gun isn't going to work for her. For someone who is interested, a PCC is still the easiest thing to shoot.

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