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PBE Shield Stickers and Deagle Boltface Patches On Sale Now!

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105284 No. 105284 ID: 13f512 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Not quite the smallest Glock, but close.
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>> No. 105329 ID: f2172d
Yeah, but custom is custom.
>> No. 105352 ID: 710e4b
May I suggest the Bawidamann Gotham holster. I have one for my Roland and it works amazingly. I hear much good about the Glock 43/tlr6 as well.
>> No. 105355 ID: 13f512

What do you like about it over the comparable G-code?
>> No. 105377 ID: 13f512
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fuckin moot point, G-code arrived already.

Shit that was fast.
>> No. 105393 ID: 6ca38e
No objective evaluation required, it's overpriced gucci gear that fits his bandwagon special. =3

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105214 No. 105214 ID: f9e9ec hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
It's been a while. How's it going, nerds?
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>> No. 105276 ID: e9b3d2
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Bergman 1920s Trials Prototype Pistol
This was, as far as I can tell, the final iteration of the Bergmann pistols, developed by AEP in Liege for potential military contracts. It retains the locking system of the 1910 pattern pistol, but with a simplified disassembly method reminiscent of the C96 Mauser. The barrel was lengthened, the rear sight replaced with an adjustable leaf type, and the magazine capacity increased to 15.

This model appears to have been tested by the French in 1923, and probably by other nations as well. However, by this time the magazine-forward configuration was decidedly obsolete for a military sidearm, and no contracts were to be found. https://www.forgottenweapons.com/bergman-1920s-trials-prototype-pistol/
>> No. 105278 ID: e9b3d2
  Bergmann 1920s Experimental Military Trials Pistol https://youtu.be/W8Nyp-uwmIg
>> No. 105292 ID: c37436
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sup bro. fortis rev2 4lyf.
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105362 No. 105362 ID: fd55dc hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Hi OPchan /k/. I want to build a Glock because I live in a not-so-friendly-stan state (inb4 move). I pre-ordered a Version 2 full size Polymer 80 frame and I'm between a few options:
1.) KISS Glock 17
2.) Go full tacticool and get a Grey Ghost Precision slide, Trijicon RMR and some WML
3.)Get a G17L slide and shoot nothing but 115gr +P+ ammo (1400fps)
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>> No. 105374 ID: f2172d

Ditto. Putting a lot of money into customizing a gun and then figuring out later down the line that you don't like it sucks. Trying to sell tricked out guns can be difficult as well, since a lot of people get into an attitude of undervaluing the upgrades you put into it.
>> No. 105375 ID: 19518e
>Trying to sell tricked out guns can be difficult as well, since a lot of people get into an attitude of undervaluing the upgrades you put into it.
Many times this, it's often better to part out a tricked out gun as a stock gun and sell the tricked out parts/accessories separately. Few people are actually interested in the exact build you made with the exact accessories you have, but many will be interested in individual pieces or regular guns to make a build similar to yours.

Not a huge consideration if you don't plan on selling, but I see that shit happen all the time.
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I'd go with KISS for now and you can always get another frame and sink more money into it with tacti-cool stuff.

One thing I noticed with getting the P80 it is like buying AR-15 lowers, you slowly trying to put extra parts you have on it but end up building more and more guns. Soon you will have multiple completed P80 that has different things on it.

Also overall it's more expensive to build one than moving parts off an actual Glock. There were couple cheap slide or older gen Glock for sale online but as soon the P80 hit the street all of them went away :(
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Agree with KISS. I'd put a focus on a more essential"fighting" gun if it's really this much hassle that you're dealing with an 80% frame. Something that you can tuck away in a pinch regardless of CWP status (shit happens) and is streamlined, but still capable of any role decently well.

I was really into the RMR idea for a while until I actually got to play with some pistols with them on. It's actually a ton of bulk and was kind of hard getting the hang of finding the dot quickly. Not knocking them, just realized they're not really for me.

Kind of the same deal with the weapon light. I was super gung ho just a few months ago and put an inforce APL on my suppressor host Glock 19. I am keeping it for now, but I wish I'd read more into the theory of having a secondary handheld light for constantly moving multi positional spot checks instead. It's bulky and makes the pistol front heavy. If I didn't already buy a T-Rex ragnorak holster fitted for the light, I would probably throw it on one of my Ithaca 37 bear gun or something instead.
>> No. 105379 ID: 2fb70c
True for cars too. You'll maybe get 25-50% of what you put into it.

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104969 No. 104969 ID: 6ef9f1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I convinced my noguns teaboo roomate into buying an old enfield.


Unfortunately, it keyholed 40 shots in a row of Sellior & Belliot (sp?) ammo.

The rifiling is still clean, what else could cause this difficulty?
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Kinda of reminds me. I don't know if any of you remember but years ago I was setting out to make a .45 Enfield out of one of those Ishapore .410 but ended up giving away the rifle to Lei, for reasons.

Fast forward to earlier this year and I finally got to build one on a butchered Golden State Arms Enfield. I've been busy fulfilling my dream gun list lately.

Pic is the Enfield as I bought it from a pawn shop
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And this is the finished conversion. I went a different route then I originally intended, but I'm happy with the results.
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Got the barrel threaded in hopes of one of the HPA bills passes. I think I want to put a YHM Maxim .45 on it.
>> No. 105020 ID: 81429b
My niggah...
>> No. 105356 ID: b18fec
What do you think our odds on that is? I've also been tempted to turn a shot-to-shit milsurp into a pistol caliber suppressed rifle, but the paperwork for NFA after the efile era is too much hassle, and I've been holding out for suppressor deregulation, both so I can do this project, and so I can make a suomi SBR with integral supressor, just because the way the barrel shroud attaches really screams easy integral SBR to me. Also, hoping that it would speed the fuck out of SBR/SBS forms, if filing a form 1 took only 4 months to clear instead of nearly 2 years, I'd be more okay to jump through the hoops.

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104984 No. 104984 ID: 0f04c4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Since my new residence lacks any sort of television/cable/satellite/internet capabilities I have been watching films from my collection that I remember enjoying as a younger lad to see if they still hold sway as an older lad. Michael Mann has been seeing a LOT of play, and while enjoying "Thief" I got some major love-chub for Frank's Hoag 1911. It's like someone crafted Jeff Cooper's perception of his own penis into a tangible weapon. I mean James Caan is a boner, but sweet baby Moses Browning, he's got a glorious gun in this film.

So what are some of yoose guys favorite movie firearms? I'm talking actual, real-life firearms. No "phased plasma rifle in the 40-watt range." Real deal, pull the trigger, there goes the bullet firearms.
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Campbell and Donovan in Iraq on a morale mission.

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I don't know if a USP is considered simple, but Collateral did a pretty good (for Hollywood) job of portraying skill over gear.
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Especially after Vincent loses his USP.
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Here's one that might make some laugh.

Jeremiah Johnson with either his Hawken rifle (remember, only the .50 can kill a deer) or cap and ball revolvers. He used these to hunt buffalo and fight off Crow as well as any hardened operator of today. In real life, Jeremiah was known for kicking men to death in a fight.

I have one of these things sitting in the corner that I have never fired. Don't even know how, but my dad bought it as a kit while part timing it at a sporting goods store after this movie came out and assembled it. I like to think of myself as a big wannabe mountain man, and do enjoy having it. Someday I'll probably even try making my own buckskins.

Excellent reference. I can only watch that movie for two scenes. Vincent's shootouts in the alley, and in the nightclub. Love me some Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, not so much.
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102491 No. 102491 ID: b70387 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
From d0041a, in the CZ P10 thread, for whatever reason:


>The U.S. Army on Thursday awarded Sig Sauer a contract worth $580 million to make the next service pistol based on the company's P320 handgun.

>Sig Sauer beat out Glock Inc., FN America and Beretta USA, the maker of the current M9 9mm service pistol, in the competition for the Modular Handgun System, or MHS, program.

>One of the major goals of the effort was to adopt a pistol chambered for a more potent round than the current 9mm. The U.S. military replaced the .45 caliber 1911 pistol with the M9 in 1985 and began using the 9mm NATO round at that time.

>Two sources confirmed to Military.com that Sig submitted to the Army .40-caliber and 9mm pistols for consideration. One source said the Army ultimately selected the 9mm version.

>The Army in December down-selected to two finalists for the competition: Sig and Glock, which had submitted its Glock 17 and Glock 19 models for consideration. Given the size of the contract, Glock is widely expected to protest the decision.

>Army officials informed Beretta USA and FN America at the show that they had been dropped from the competition in the recent down-select decision, according to a service source who is not authorized to speak to the press. But confusion reigned as reporters informed company officials of the Army's announcement.
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>> No. 105193 ID: df12a0
I won't drop test my beloved CZs on account of my aversion to doing something that seems I should be actively avoiding doing in the first place.
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>I won't drop test my beloved CZs on account of my aversion to doing something that seems I should be actively avoiding doing in the first place.

Well gee, how simple! Why even have guns for self defense? Just actively avoid getting attacked!?! Checkmate atheists/islamists/socialists!
>> No. 105198 ID: 9dcda2
Shooting 3-gun, I've had my VP liberate itself from my person twice while running. One more time when the whole holster fell off.

I've got a Bladetech holster and it works fine as long as you re-check the retention screws and blue loctite the mounting screws.
>> No. 105199 ID: e266a3
I got an email from GrayGuns telling me to hang onto the straight PELT trigger after sending the gun in. Sounds like they're working on an exchange or something to adapt to whatever changes Sig is going to implement in the upgrade program.

That's a bit of dust off my shoulder since I hadn't even installed it when the news first broke about this, and I was thinking I'd have to eat the cost since I couldn't resell it in good faith to someone else no matter how many owners might not care to send their gun in.

Vurrwapen ended up doing a follow-up vid with more pistols. If I'm not mistaken the APX and P-10C are up next.
>> No. 105200 ID: df12a0
>Why even have guns for self defense? Just actively avoid getting attacked!?!


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105125 No. 105125 ID: bf333d hide watch quickreply [Reply]

Ruger RPR rifles with an alu bolt shroud can potentially have light primer strikes, or failures to fire (with the rifle firing when you try to lift the bolt).

Doesn't seem like a serious problem.
>> No. 105184 ID: 9dcda2
> This serial number does not appear to be affected by this safety bulletin.

Sweet. Also I have a plastic bolt shroud on mine.
>> No. 105186 ID: bf333d
>Also I have a plastic bolt shroud on mine.

As I understood, none of the plastic shroud ones are affected anyway.

Probably a design fuckup after the public started nagging that they didn't want plastic parts on the gun and the new design was not properly tested.

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105167 No. 105167 ID: 22c903 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
heres mine.
>> No. 105168 ID: f2172d

10/10, would slay Jem'hadar, Romulans, and dishonorable petaQ with.
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I like it.

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