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110065 No. 110065 ID: 58727a hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Anyone here own a RONI/MCK? Do you like it, what is the accuracy of it?
>> No. 110066 ID: c696f7
Only one I've played with was on a sim gun, but it was fine. Charging handle was a little odd as I recall. The light activation on it wasn't the most obvious. Not sure if spend money on one for myself.
>> No. 110091 ID: 7acf52
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Decided to buy one. Gotta wait a few weeks until I can shoot it though.
>> No. 110093 ID: f2172d
Did you get the version that came with the flashlight, or is it the version that just has the dummy plastic insert?
>> No. 110096 ID: 7db4d4
I got the light. It's just some Olight in a plastic sleeve that locks into the chassis. Only turns on 1 side. It's decent.

No. 110068 ID: 6affc4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Stay safe out there.
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>> No. 110087 ID: 0d01d8
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Not him, but using "kB!" as shorthand for "ur gun a splode" is an Internet gun culture meme going back to the dialup days. I blame Dean Speir.

See also,

>> No. 110088 ID: 7a5d59
Newfag is New
>> No. 110089 ID: 7a5d59
Just get your barrels checked by a specialist beforehand. Damascus barrels are used regularly here.

The main issue is the cartridges people put through them. Make sure they're Nitro/BP proofed and use softer loads. Also check your case lengths, the amount of 2-1/2in cartridges that are 67mm is shocking. Insist on 65mm cases people.
>> No. 110090 ID: 6affc4

Whoa, don't think I even had internet back then.
>> No. 110092 ID: 6affc4

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107026 No. 107026 ID: f4cb56 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I want one, /k/. I want one so bad. The MSRP is $415, but good luck finding one for that price due to asshole scalpers. As if it's not already hard enough being a poorfag.
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>> No. 107035 ID: 7fecba
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The .22 Magnum is a good varminting round and our nation's morgues has proved it's a killer. I like how many .22 LR single-action revolvers can swap out their cylinders for .22 Magnum cylinders, transforming a target/plinker to a rat-blaster. My Ruger New Model Single-Six is a good example of this. Terrible capacity (6 compared to 30), slow to reload, but accurate, reliable and will shoot all brands if you can stick 'em in the cylinder.

Now I have heard over the years that the Kel-Tek PMR-30 has feeding problems (perhaps this is mainly from not working well with certain ammo brands or loads) to reports of the cast metal breach blowing apart and disassembly pins breaking. If these are actually recurring problems, then that is a deal-breaker for me. Anyone have practical experience with it?
>> No. 107037 ID: f0fb5d
Neat plinker because fuck reloading. I don't know that I'd trust a 22 Mag with my life when there are more reliable, more powerful, more easily concealable alternatives easily available from other reputable manufacturers.
>> No. 107043 ID: 54751f
Apparently, this was fixed. I've read that the original PMR30 had a bunch or problems, it either F2F, F2E or some other problem. But, Kel-Tec heard the complaints and fixed it in later builds of the PMR30.
Now, my problem is that I have no idea how to tell the difference between the old PMR30 and a new one.
>> No. 110046 ID: 1d8b11
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Looks like they were listening after all and brought out a 22lr pistol with similar features: https://www.keltecweapons.com/firearms/pistols/cp33/
>> No. 110049 ID: f2172d
The CP33 is fugly as hell until you put a brace and suppressor on it.

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106521 No. 106521 ID: 56139e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I got some crazy ideas I want to try someday.

First off, some kind of solid metal gauntlet, attached to an elbow brace. With a mechanism on the knuckles that holds shotgun shells and fires them when you punch.
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>> No. 106652 ID: a70f4c
I remember watching their Rage Quit series. Therapy for frustrated video gamers.
Rage Quit - Secret Santa https://youtu.be/6ULGut9qG6A
>> No. 106661 ID: 30d556
OP is mentally ill. Please video record your autism.
>> No. 106744 ID: 09c7e0
>What would be the brightest lights you could take down into a cave? What about back ups that don't depend on electricity?

flamethrower, but i want u that the jidf takes a dim view of burning jews, even underground cavejews sets them off.
>> No. 106812 ID: ad2a44
I have always thought of having a 20mm arm cannon to wear while driving.
If you are held up through your window (happened to friend while I was in back seat before) you don’t have to wait for the perpetrator to bleed out.
>> No. 110048 ID: 2a5761
So what ended up happening?

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103143 No. 103143 ID: d5701c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
It's a slow go of it, but here is my progress thus far. The fletcher I am working under has never used bamboo, so it is a learning experience for both of us. It splits like a motherfucker.
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I actually should 3d print my own fletching jig. I own a 3d printer. It would make my life a lot easier to not have to rely upon the range owner's equipment to make my own arrows, which I will need to do by myself eventually.

Also, range report. Today was my first day shooting these bamboo arrows and comparing them against my shoot from yesterday with my carbon arrows.

My carbon arrows weren't able to hold a group at 10m, and I rarely actually hit the target at all.

My bamboo arrows held a group at 20m on a standard 18m traditional archery 40cm ring target. Zero misses.

It's really bizarre. Everything on paper says that my carbon arrows should be better. Everything. Spine charts say my bamboo arrows are too lightly spined. They flex unevenly depending on how you flex them! Yet, they fly straight in flight, and my carbon arrows wobble about as if they are *under spined*.

I don't get it.

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If you get a hang for knapping please share it. I never could get something passable out of glass.

Here's the STL's of the jig, by the way. I just used some nails for the hinges and that's fine since they aren't a terribly important part.
>> No. 106676 ID: adaa24
  Long live the archery thread, I guess.
>> No. 107045 ID: 54751f
I'm a complete retard, what should I read or watch to start learning about making my own arrows? I am spending too much money on store bought arrows.
>> No. 110045 ID: 1d8b11
Perhaps the bamboo has some self damping properties for the bending, while the carbon keeps flexing back and fourth all the way?

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102941 No. 102941 ID: aadd02 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
How do you shoot them? Went to a gun show with my father-in-law yesterday (I thought he was nogunz for life because of a DV misdemeanor conviction years ago. Turns out, he had a misdemeanor for violating the restraining order, but the original DV charge was dropped). We looked at some options for home defense, decided to sleep on it, and he wants to go back today to pick up a pistol grip Mossberg like the one shown here, impressed as he was by its compactness and maneuverability (and price).

I've always been curious. How the fuck do you properly hold these things?
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I went and deleted that whole thread myself. About half of the images were unviewable.
>> No. 103016 ID: 0c76de
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Anyone tried a shotgun suppressor?
- US Remington 870 MCS AOW shotgun with a Salvo suppressor.
>> No. 103018 ID: 974c52
You meant to type the feds shoot your dog, kids, and wife.
>> No. 107128 ID: 6a6b9b
fuckin useless but fun. get bird shot and get good at hip firing its a blast
>> No. 110044 ID: 360141

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110038 No. 110038 ID: a4ba10 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
What in the cotton picking fuck is this shit?

From the manufacturer:
The S333 Thunderstruck™ sets the standard for the ultimate in personal protection by simultaneously firing two rounds of .22 Win Mag with each pull of the trigger. With four pulls of the trigger, eight rounds are fired in only three seconds.

By combining standard ammunition and birdshot, each pull of the trigger will deliver an incredible combination of firepower and very light recoil.

The S333 Thunderstruck™ is incredibly reliable because it functions as a Double Action Revolver. These Revolvers are far more superior to any other automatic pistol which are rendered useless when they jam or misfire. Additionally, the two shots per pull, with four pulls of the trigger, makes the S333 Thunderstruck™ the most redundant and reliable personal protection firearm when your life is on the line.

The S333 Thunderstruck™ also features an articulated safety integral into the trigger and requires a deliberate and full pull of the trigger before the transfer bar will clear from the firing pins and hammers. The resulting S333 Thunderstruck™ is the safest personal protection firearm available.

Our patented design of the S333 Thunderstruck™ is the most compact and concealable firearm imaginable of its type. The small size allows it to be carried in your pocket or purse and can be easily retrieved when needed.

The ergonomic design of the S333 Thunderstruck™ features a comfortable polymer grip, intuitive controls, and no clumsy safety. This makes the S333 Thunderstruck™ the ideal choice in personal protection when your life depends on it.
>> No. 110039 ID: 3efc75
I was looking for the 2019 shot show video from InRange, but apparently they've done a series on it.

SHOT Show 2019: S333 Volleyfire Jan 25, 2019

S333 Thunderstruck Volleyfire Revolver Sep 17, 2020

S333 - What's wrong with this thing? Sep 21, 2020

S333 Thunderstruck - Update Mar 8, 2021
>> No. 110040 ID: 7a5d59
I hear they're not convinced.
>> No. 110043 ID: f2172d
The ones I've handled seemed cheap, but then again, so is the gun. You can pull the trigger with one finger, but it's extremely difficult to do. That being said, it's fun as a meme gun, and likely not absolute garbage like a Taurus Curve.

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109994 No. 109994 ID: 0d01d8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I have a Romanian WASR and am trying to disassemble the bolt in order to clean it and check the components for wear. The punch in the cleaning kit is too large to fit in the hole for the firing pin retaining pin. Wat do?
>> No. 109997 ID: 3762a8
Get a punch that fits. Duh!
>> No. 110022 ID: 0d01d8
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Well, this was fun.

>determined that the proper size for this specific bolt is 1.7mm or 1/16"
>went to Harbor Freight
>got punches
>repurposed roll of electrical tape as machinist's block
>broke two steel punches while beating on them with a three pound dead blow mallet
>soaked bolt in WD40 for 72 hours
>tried again
>this time just bent two steel punches

Found rust inside the firing pin channel inside the bolt, and severe rust/corrosion in the extractor recess, as well as in the spring slot inside the extractor itself, which was clogged with rust. Extractor spring was caked with rust. Lacking spares, I scrubbed all the rust out, cleaned them, gave all parts a very light coat of oil, and reassembled the bolt. It went back together a lot easier than it came apart and may eventually wear in to the point where it comes apart and back together with finger pressure if I do this a few hundred times. I am astounded that the rifle ran at all in this condition, and am disappoint but not surprised to find a more or less new rifle like this.

I think part of the problem is that the bolt and components were given a hot caustic dip blue finish rather than something more corrosion-resistant, and the corrosion I found was in places where bluing salts could have been left behind after finishing, if they had not been rinsed properly. I expected Cugir to have their shit together, but maybe not. At least it runs.
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>> No. 110025 ID: 3efc75
For future reference, WD40 kinda sucks at everything. If you want to bust some rust check out penetrating oils like Liquid Wrench, PB Blaster, and Kroil.

I'd probably spray the parts down with penetrating oil and then wrap it in a rag and let it sit for a day or two. Even better if you can submerse the parts.

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109972 No. 109972 ID: 70607b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
ok guys i've had this floating in my head for a while; I wanted to make them but have never been able to get the capital to do it. so throwing it into the public domain.
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>> No. 109977 ID: d6b805
Looks like a 12ga slug design with a hollow cavity for... Things.
>> No. 109979 ID: 3f355b
that's where the minnows and cum go
>> No. 109985 ID: cce38e
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>> No. 110024 ID: 20aad9
Canon cannot be undone. At some point in this timeline, this prophecy like all other memes will come true, and one of our own prophets will sling cum into a terrorist.

Now do we look at like we do all scripture and take the allegory from it?

Like, Maybe the Minnows and Semen, Chairboy puts into the terrorist...

Are him Dumping a fat mulatto boy load, into a smokin' hot arab chick, who smells like tuna fish? and poppin' out a baby boy before their catholic shotgun wedding?

Or will he legit shoot a haji with minnows and semen....

We'll see. But he'll do one of the 2?

How is he these days? Is he married to an arab? does he have chitlins? does he still work for Eisner?

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107088 No. 107088 ID: d7e6b8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Range report for the Taurus PT-111 G2c

All good. Shoots a little low out of the box, sights are adjustable. Will adjust next go around.

250 rounds down range, no issues.

CCW/EDC/Truck Gun.

The G3 is coming out soon and if they adjust the trigger I will own that as well. Never thought I would own one much less potentially two Taurus pistols.
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>> No. 107095 ID: c959ea
  Taurus Millennium PT111 G2 https://youtu.be/MH3tJrK2ma4
>> No. 109982 ID: 2c9a5f
Hi I have a taurus pt111 g2 its a great pistol but I need some high capacity mag.
I read the pt24/7 gen 1 mag works but iff you can tell me Ill be to gratefull.

PS:english isn't my first languaje sorry for that...
>> No. 109984 ID: 74f607
is that even legal in your country lmao
>> No. 109990 ID: 953e1c
I have the g2c with chrome slide. Overpaid a little but was supporting my local range/shop. Honestly amazed at how much I actually like the little thing. OP forgot to mention it has double strike capability, which is pretty sweet.
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I have heard good things about the TX22, to the point where I would be sort of tempted if they were available, and .22 LR ammo were available, where I am.

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