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110157 No. 110157 ID: ade781 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Sometimes these junk guns look pretty good.
>> No. 110158 ID: 4acfb5
Agreed.
>> No. 110162 ID: ade781
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110162
Yeah
>> No. 110165 ID: 7a5d59
>>110162
P.A. Luty?
>> No. 110167 ID: a6f02c
>>110165
With 3D printed sights
>> No. 110201 ID: 108943
>>110162
why the long grip


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110179 No. 110179 ID: 4476dc hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
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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>> No. 110185 ID: 3efc75
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>>110180
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
>>110185
>AR's are cool, but the muzzle blast will cause hearing damage and concuss the shooter, making followup shots probably impossible.
[laughs in suppressor]
>> No. 110187 ID: ddbbfc
>>110186
[Cries in New Yorkistani]
>> No. 110192 ID: b48b04
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110192
>>110185
>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
>>110192

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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106706 No. 106706 ID: 19518e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
There's a machine gun thread a while ago but I felt like I should start a specific thread for firearms fed by belts.

Mostly because of this MG34 that followed me home.

Since this really is the first rifle of this type that I've had to play with, I'm a little out of my element. This is a TNW semi-auto only 7.92x57 and I wouldn't mind learning everything I can about this particular piece.
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>> No. 110176 ID: bb89ec
>>110173
Thanks mane, you can catch me at tactikool#9380, I'd be happy to pitch you a few bucks for it. Unfortunately, i got locked out of my opchan email account decades ago.
>> No. 110177 ID: bd5a80
>>110176
I'm off of discord completely, got a protonmail burner?
>> No. 110182 ID: bb89ec
>>110177
I'm glad youre still around here btw bru. I have another project coming up to talk to you about soon.
>> No. 110189 ID: bd5a80
>>110182
Email sent (dsfargeg), sounds good.
>> No. 110190 ID: 46e254
>>110189
Sentu, senpai


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110111 No. 110111 ID: 7b88a9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Do magfed semi or full auto shotguns have a future in combat considering the various types of loads one can use reliably in the platform?

Pic only slightly related. Allegedly this "bolter" is loaded with slugs
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>> No. 110119 ID: 7a5d59
>>110112
In the lore a Bolter is basically a gyrojet grenade launcher.

But yeah as the rest said, it's a specialist arm. I could maybe see it used in urban warfare/COIN in urban warfare but that really depends on the poliferation of personal body armour.
>> No. 110120 ID: bd5a80
See >>109696

lol
>> No. 110133 ID: b1aed9
>>110112
https://youtu.be/7on15IWC2u4
>> No. 110135 ID: ef5589
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>110111
>binaryGET
No. Jesus, no. Just no. The shotgun is the missing link between the matchlock arquebus and modern firearms. Effective range is too short. Shotgun shells are rimmed and don't play nicely with detachable box magazines. Even if they did, shotgun shells are so enormous and bulky that magazines would have to be prohibitively heavy. Pic related. Jesus Christ, just look at that thing. I wonder how much six or eight hanging off your LBE would weigh.

Pistol-caliber subguns are obsolete. Shotguns were obsolete the day the first pistol-caliber subgun was cobbled together as a toolroom prototype.

The only thing shotguns do well is comply with pants-on-head retarded hunting regs prohibiting the use of modern firearms to hunt durr, regulations specifically written to require shotguns, which is a point of pride that the last three deer hunters in 'Murrika will doubtless bring up. Fudds call them "versatile," an old Dutch word meaning "I'm too poor to afford an AR15, even a cheap one from Palmetto State Armory."
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Yes but in a dystopian power vacuum where this is a shortage of crew-serve weapons in rural densely wooded shitholes where overgrowth is taking over. Or where rednecks are guarding the piggly wiggly or meat market like some Black Hawk down opening scene where food is being distributed/auctioned.
If you do the math, NOTHING slings lead down range as fast as a lets say Saiga12 variant with a 10 round mag or 20 round drum. NOTHING except a mini gun. There are 150 grains in a .308 but 437 grains in an ounce of buckshot. You can snatch off at least 2 rounds a second in a semi auto thats 874 grains of buckshot to the the .308s 300 grains or a .223's roughly 120 grains per second. If someone 3rd holed their AR it still wouldn't keep up pound for pound with a semiauto 12 gauge going ham within 150 yards with thermal or night vision mounted on that bitch.
Its a bit niche but it does have its place. Its a redneck crew serve and Im working on a few pic related. M60 bipods for the lols are on the way...


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110150 No. 110150 ID: 86d5a9 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Turrets were a mistake.


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110060 No. 110060 ID: 08ab35 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
i'm looking for guides on converting blank guns like zoraki 925, 918 etc or deactivated guns like makarovs to live ammo
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>> No. 110098 ID: 7a5d59
>>110097
Dribble more.

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2000/11/section/58 and if you think they won't use terror legislation for this then you should look what they use section 127 of the public order act to prosecute.

SOCA are cracking down on this type of organised crime.
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110136
OP glows in the dark. 👁◡👁
>> No. 110137 ID: 7a5d59
looks like 08ab35/23c289 fucked off after he got called a glowwie.
>> No. 110144 ID: 9bbbdd
>>110137
More likely fucked off after not getting any help with what they asked for.
>> No. 110198 ID: 7a5d59
>>110144
Either way. I quite like this dead board not getting yeeted, either is good.


Polite Sage for not wanting to bump this.


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110122 No. 110122 ID: b1e0fe hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Sold my PS90 because the built-in sights sucks and because adding rails and shits was a hassle.

Sold my FN Five Seven pistol because despite the price it had a sight picture that allowed way too much wiggle room windage-wise. It was simply not accurate.

Kept my AR57 upper.

Shot 200 rounds through my AR57 upper today, and about 15-20 round jammed. Not cool.

Looking at the new Ruger 5.7 pistol, but seriously about to ditch this round and all related gear altogether...

Thoughts?
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>> No. 110129 ID: b1e0fe
FPoP made most of these
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110132
the hits just keep coming
>> No. 110134 ID: a6d238
eh, 5.7 is interesting because it's a flat shooting AP round out of a short barrel, but if I want an AP round I probably just want a 13+ inch 5.56 barrel anyway anyway.

22TCM is kinda interesting in that it is a similar round, but if you want to fit it in a 9mm magazine it has to be the 22TCM 9R variant of the cartridge, really just a spec for a shorter OAL.

One advantage for 22TCM is it uses a 5.56 case as the parent.
>> No. 110143 ID: f2172d
Handled the Diamondback DB57 pistol today. ngl, looks a bit like an anorexic space marine bolter.


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110131 No. 110131 ID: b1e0fe hide watch quickreply [Reply]
This thing is seriously calling to me...


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110050 No. 110050 ID: 8b1e35 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Is the Palmetto State Armory JAKL the only one that has all of these features, assuming they come out with a 9 inch barrel, the design length for the 300 Blackout cartidge.

300 Blackout
Forward left side charging handle, a proven ergonomic success borrowed from the MP5; And unlike left middle or rear charging handle, no holes in receiver next to face for the backpresssure gasses from a silencer to come at you, and no charging bar that gets close to face. Bonus forward assist.
Piston (bonus long stroke).
True bufferless, allowing a folding stock. though it looks a bit wide for existing folding stock hinges. I would like a right side canted folder
Mlock instead of overweight picatinny cheese grater.

Close but not quites:
BRN 180S - right side charging
ARAK-21 does not come in pistol length barrels.
CZ Bren 2 does not come in 300 BLK yet.
There is another, I forgot, but it also has a mid left side charger.
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>> No. 110054 ID: 9ce670
They were in long term testing with the ones they took to the Sawmill Gathering. Unfortunately, since PSA has a hardon for 7.5 inch barrels, even in 5.56, the 300 blackout in ~9" will be a while,
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110104
>centerfire rifle cartridge in 9" barreled "pistol" that doesn't even have a brace
>not common, inexpensive 5.56, it has to be .300 Memeout, 7.62x39's little brother with the extra chromosome, comes with a free fedora with every box
>> No. 110107 ID: 68b831
5.56 has a minimum reasonable barrel length of 12.5"

300 Blackout has a minimum reasonable barrel length of 9"

They could release one with a 12.5" barrel in 5.56 too I suppose.
>> No. 110108 ID: 22814b
I'd certainly give it a look and watch for reviews I thought I could trust. I wouldn't count on it dropping any time soon though. The MP5 clone they're working on is still MIA.
>> No. 110110 ID: e5f077
>>110054
Low quality bait.jpg

Comes in a wide variety of loadings both supersonic and subsonic unlike 7.62 x 39, since it takes the same projectiles as .308 win

More expensive yes, but much better suited to some use cases, instead of shoehorning a short barreled 5.56 into those uses.

Designed for subsonic silencer use in the first place, unlike almost all modern cartridges.

Excellent subsonic suppressor performance due to small muzzle diameter.

Too early to be sure it won't come with a brace. I suspect they are going to offer a right side folding triangular brace and/or stock, since it would be able to eject through the middle of the triangle

>>110107
Design length of barrel is 9 inches, but like 5.56 can be run in much shorter barrels.
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110055 No. 110055 ID: da60b8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I haven’t been on opchan for many years but i remember the awesome survival board that used to exist. It had everything from making homemade beer to fighting with improvised weapons on it. Anybody else remember that and want to see it return?
>> No. 110056 ID: f2172d
>>110055
not going to happen. OPchan is basically in maintenance mode. You're not going to see any new content or much discussion here.
>> No. 110099 ID: 7a5d59
This is unfortunately true, however feel free to put it in /t/ or /k/.


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