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106604 No. 106604 ID: dcea3a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I guess I should post the new rifl*cough* I mean """pistol""" I built recently too since I haven't made any threads in so long. Still waiting on tax stamps so I can put a real stock on it and get my suppressor out of NFA jail though.
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>> No. 106618 ID: 988090
>>106607
Woah, I have carbine gas system on my 10.5" how does it shoot with gas block set to I guess "normal"?
>> No. 106621 ID: dcea3a
>>106618
The gas port is intentionally overgassed, this barrel is intended only to be used with an adjustable gas block. I have it set to just enough gas to lock the bolt back every time plus two clicks for reliability. Its kinda fun with barely enough gas to work though, you can feel the sproing like a 20" rifle.
>> No. 106632 ID: e72dd4
>>106621
Kinda reminds of my SP1 troll build I'm working on. Rifle length gas port on a JP barrel chopped at 16'' with a regular A1 gas block. It needs a can to function.
>> No. 106633 ID: dcea3a
>>106632
It actually runs really well even without a can, I have a couple thousand rounds through it now. The more retarded thing is the brake. Sounds like I'm shooting .50BMG, shoots a 2 foot fireball, and you can feel the shockwave in your sinuses if you're standing next to me. Unfortunately there is no flash hider mount for the can I got but at least it's effective as a brake lmao, combined with the adjustable gas system it recoils like .22lr. If it weren't a suppressor mount I would not put a brake on an 11.5" rifle.
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>>106633
>braked short barrel 223/5.56 are ridiculous
can confirm


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106596 No. 106596 ID: dcea3a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I decided to give the optics on a pistol meme a go
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>> No. 106617 ID: dcea3a
>>106615
Hi bb, nice trigger.
>> No. 106622 ID: 128ea0
>>106599
>This is a Strike One but it illustrates what I'm trying to say.

Should be noted that with the Stryk B they caved to market pressure and went with Glock style setup because people wanted "more options".
A bit of a shame, really. The backplate setup had a lot of advantages.

But it illustrates why Glock knockoff slides would want to stick to conventions.
>> No. 106629 ID: dcea3a
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>>106599
>>106622
There is this Balor mount that uses the back plate to mount a T2 and includes backup irons with a hilariously short sight radius.
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can i paly?
>> No. 106631 ID: dcea3a
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>>106629
Doesn't look too bad, though you can't get the optic as low as with a cut in the slide.


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106457 No. 106457 ID: 1f8e9e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
hey operators, I've been thinking about my options for moving from my steel-framed CZ up to a polymer wondergun. however, part of why I've been such an autist about sticking with the CZ obsessively is that it lacks finger grooves, which just don't feel right for me.

obviously the Gen 5 Glocks lack these, but they have a poor aftermarket. Gen 2s are an option, as well. or I could always customize a later Gen Glock myself (or pay someone to do it for me). Arsenal has the Stryker but I am hesitant about that one for some reason. any other polymer guns I am missing?
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>> No. 106469 ID: 704636
As >>106458 said, the Gen 5 only has a small aftermarket since it's brand new. If you like Glocks, get one and backfill aftermarket parts as they're available if you must.

M&Ps are nice, but the hinging trigger sucks. I'd replace it with an Apex trigger just to get rid of the hinge, but the pull improvements are nice.

You could also try the CZ P10C. It's basically a better Glock, but with unknown reliability. My friend's runs fine, but other people have had problems. The best part is that you don't have to change anything (unless the grip texture tears your hands up, then a set of rubberized Talon grips will fix that).
>> No. 106470 ID: 1f8e9e
there's always the sarsilmaz st9 if you trust turkish kebab quality
>> No. 106472 ID: c3b8cf
>>106470
>sarsilmaz
I remember handling an Armalite AR-24 (i.e. a sarsilmaz CZ-75) at SHOT show years ago and somehow an unidentifiable tiny piece of black metal came loose from the interior of the gun and hit my shoe. I notified the nearest Armalite rep and then GTFO.
>> No. 106505 ID: 1f8e9e
OP here, got to actually handle a gen 5 Glock 17 today and yeah this gun is everything I've wanted Glock ergos to be for years. Fuck, now I have to actually budget for it.
>> No. 106520 ID: 5a365e
Nearly all aftermarket items are useless and you would be better served buying ammo. Holsters, mags, and sights are all you need.


No. 103656 ID: 1989a8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  For a modest price of 7500$ you too can see the legend come back to life!
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>> No. 103741 ID: 19518e
>>103740
All those guns you mentioned are things that are already proven, all the plans and tooling are already done, to quote the post you linked to
"...riding a hundred year wave of Browning's legacy. 1911s are understood in every way"

All those manufacturers just have to make what is already made and do it with attention to detail and closer fits. It's like doing a cover of a song when everybody and their mothers have the music sheets and the instruments, SVI/les baer/everygucci1911brand just comes in, picks up the guitars and microphone, and plays the same old song.

The accuracy ends up being the same, but FK has to write a new song from scratch, that's the actually complicated and expensive part.

Yes their marketing is annoying as hell and going "wow we're amazing hitting stuff 100 yards nevah been dun befoh muh hydroquantumshox see we can use buzzwords too".
>> No. 103742 ID: 1989a8
>>103741
Doesn't hydrostatic shock become relevant when the projectile goes above 2000 fps? FK only has 2000 fps at the muzzle though. On the other hand, it dropped an elk without vertebra damage which is very impressive if it wasn't staged.
>> No. 103743 ID: 19518e
>>103742
I'm no terminal ballistician, but from what I understand "hydrostatic shock" is damage to some types of tissues and/or organs from a large enough temporary cavity caused by a projectile. The size of the temporary cavity is related to the projectile's weight, diameter, speed, upset (tumbling), expansion or fragmentation. This temporary cavity, if large and violent enough, can increase the trauma and physiological shock to the target beyond the permanent cavity. I remember reading theories of nervous system damage from this temporary cavity effect, but I can't say I know if it was speculation or confirmed by legitimate scientific process. I do imagine, all else being equal, a larger temporary cavity would probably hurt more but pain is an extremely unreliable factor in incapacitation of a creature at best.

12 gauge slugs are very large, heavy, made of soft lead, and from what I know, can create very large temporary cavities regardless of the relatively slow velocity (well under 2000ft/s) of the projectile. Conversely, the 223 with a proper bullet can also impart devastating damage beyond what one would expect from a small projectile.

In the case of most handguns, there is neither weight or speed sufficient to do anything but look impressive in a gel test. Gel and high-speed cameras can make basically anything look like the new wonderbullet is like a high explosive autocannon round. From Fackler's reports, yes the general speed required to have enough energy to make temporary cavity matter is around 2000ft/s, but bullet weight and construction (expansion, tumbling, fragmentation) are important factors in this rule of thumb.

Hunters have been taking large game with smaller calibers for a long time, with a bullet that can go deep enough, I would imagine that countless medium-to-large animals have been taken with lever actions in modest chamberings assuming shot placement was good. Hunting is often anecdotal and very case-by-case, the animal's reaction to being shot can never really be predicted with perfect accuracy. Maybe they shot a dozen game before landing on the one elk that just gave up after getting a hole poked in it. There's a video of some guys shooting a small doe with a 50BMG and it taking a football-sized scoop right out the exit side, and the doe still ran for a few seconds. There's plenty of videos of hunters sack-of-potatoes-drop on larger animals with a whole lot less than the 50BMG, like 357 Magnums.

The 7.5 round is basically a 30 carbine round (as if shot from a long barrel) from a pistol barrel. Whatever you can kill with an M1 carbine, you could do with the 7.5 from the pistol.
>> No. 103747 ID: 1989a8
>>103743
I'm just saying that an aproximately 100 grain bullet goes into the target at supersonic speeds so their claims of effective hydrostatic damage may not be a just marketing meme. No amout of accurate or meme marketing claims justifies that fucking price tho. Would be interesting to see if they make any actual military AP ammo for it and how will it look if they do.
>> No. 106473 ID: 1989a8
  It's getting more expensive, lmao.
Still, what a cool looking piece.


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106455 No. 106455 ID: 2e94a3 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Greetings!

I'm trying to replicate the green hornet's car

And I already bought the guns from https://www.hinterlandoutfitters.com/

But i'm not sure how to fix them to the car, any ideas?
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>> No. 106465 ID: da39fa
I love it when people find this site through Google and don't know how imageboards work.

Or this is an elaborate ruse.
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>>106463
>> No. 106467 ID: bd9939
  It's like people only do things because they get paid, and that's just really sad.
>> No. 106468 ID: c3b8cf
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>>106455
>But i'm not sure how to fix them to the car, any ideas?
>pic relate
>> No. 106471 ID: addd7a
http://www.operatorchan.org/v/


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106329 No. 106329 ID: 241b9d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So, the Stryk B just hit the shelves in Euroland.

It's an evolution of the Arsenal Strike One, which did rather poorly before. It's main selling point was herping about low barrel axis (and thus low barrel climb), but the biggest issue was the trigger which was lackluster at best. They eventually released drop in trigger replacements which should be OK.

The Stryk B was made in collaboration between Arsenal, Salient Arms and RUAG.
It's got a fairly novel locking system which allows for low barrel axis, but other than that it's mostly just a strikerfired polymer wondernine with some fancy "gripmapping" and an enhanced trigger.

I've got a 9X19 permit I need to fill by the end of the month, or I lose it. So I may just get one.
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>> No. 106438 ID: 684f0e
  Glock 41 https://youtu.be/95YAUBUK4rA
>> No. 106439 ID: 684f0e
  Glock 41 Chapter 2 https://youtu.be/AUBPjomWcR4
Glock G41 Gen 4 Review: https://gundigest.com/reviews/glock-41-review-glock-rocks
Caliber: .45 ACP
Capacity: 13+1
Magazines: One 13-round
Barrel: 5.31”
Sights: White dot front, white bracket rear
Frame: Matte polymer
Slide: Tenifer
Length: 8.9”
Height: 5.47”
Weight: 27 oz. unloaded/36 oz. loaded
Options: Interchangeable backstraps, magazine loader, cleaning rod and brush, case
MSRP: $775
>> No. 106453 ID: df3610
This is what I am a bit afraid of with the Stryk B's trigger design, though obviously this Zev example is taking it to extremes with the pin walking out:

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/12/06/glock-triggered-holstered/


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106357 No. 106357 ID: 508f1f hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Hello, I recently noticed a fair amount of white discoloration on the interior of my first generation Steyr AUG A3. I was wondering if this might be normal wear-and-tear or something more severe. I noticed that all of the discoloration seems to appear around the gas-block and barrel, both of which get very hot during sustained firing. I have attached photos of the discolorations, excuse the potato-quality camera.
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>> No. 106365 ID: 410aec
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>>106360
> Graphite dry lubricant
I made the same mistake when I first got into guns, if you apply too much of that dry lube it will have that weird white stuff on the area you over apply the lube. For my AUG I went with the good old grease and it's working well so far.

I'd suggest do a thorough cleaning of your AUG and apply a different lube/grease on it. It seems there is more maintenance for dry lube than the gun itself.
>> No. 106380 ID: f11f4d
>>106365
Interesting, could you take some pictures?
Corrosion due to graphite on aluminum has always been one of those mythical things that is mentioned, but never seen. Prior to this thread I've not seen a single possible example in a gun.


Never used it myself, because honestly the only suitable place for it is a foosball table.
>> No. 106383 ID: f3b701
>>106363
>the dye is ... just breaking down

this. heat is breaking down the dye, revealing the aluminiumoxide underneath which is white in color. if you have more questions/concerns, drop Steyr an email, they should be able to help you.
>> No. 106387 ID: 508f1f
>>106383

That is good to hear, as long as the weapon is disintegrating and it is just discoloration, I am fine with it. I also googles "White powder inside AR-15" to see if anyone else was having similar issues. Interestingly, two other people mentioned similar residue after firing American Eagle XM193 ammunition which, curiously enough, was the exact same ammunition I had been using earlier. Thanks for all of the input, I intend to give another cleaning or two and might email Steyr about the issue.
>> No. 106402 ID: 508f1f
>>106387
*As long as the weapon is *NOT disintegrating.


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105878 No. 105878 ID: f5c3ed hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
I FINALLY got my NY pistol permit and it's unrestricted (can CCW in NY). I have a CZ-75b on order with my FFL. I wouldn't mind carrying that in the winter under a coat, but I also need a summer carry handgun. I'm thinking Glock 26. I have a G26 BlueGun that I've been practicing drawing with, but is the Glock 43 THAT much better for CCW?
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>> No. 106323 ID: 37f266
  Glock 26 Gen 4 https://youtu.be/XMXJ3W8j80Q
>> No. 106324 ID: 684f0e
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By the way, I found the above gun images at
https://www.simpsonltd.com/
>> No. 106384 ID: 579c4e
Now I'm considering an M&P shield in 9mm. Hopefully I'll be shooting one in the upcoming weeks. Anyone have experiences with them? Anything I should know over the Glock platform?
>> No. 106391 ID: bd9939
>>106384
I carried one for a while IWB with a Stealth Gear Onyx

It was okay. Trigger was pretty blah and I mine shot about 6 inches high no matter what. One stovepipe with Federal HST 124 grain in the middle of about 200 rounds. I will say they are muuuuch rougher now from the factory. They are just cranking those things out and basically giving them away.

I got rid of that and bought a Kahr CM9 for pocket carry. Kahrs have their own problems, but once I replaced the broke shit mag followers with aluminum from lakeline LLC, this thing is a champ. This thing is muuuuch more accurate, has better sights hits point of aim and I really prefer the long but super smooth trigger.

I would also take the Glock or a Walther PPS M1 or M2 over the shield any day personally. But they are a lot more expensive.

Shields are fine and if I still had mine it would be alright, but they're more budget than advertised.


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105865 No. 105865 ID: c3b8cf hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Went up to Dallas this past weekend and met up with a MG buddy.
He brought out his Steyr AUG A1 and his RPB MAC-11 in .380.
I brought out my Chinese AK and AR-18.

The AUG was surprisingly fun. The main thing I have against bullpups is the trigger but in full auto who gives a damn. I consistently shot in 2 round bursts and there is minimal muzzle climb so I was able to stay on target at 15 yards through the scope. Again, it really is remarkable how little muzzle rise there is. You can one-hand magdump from the hip as easily as a SMG.

Of course, the MAC is a bullet hose, but I will say it's a funner bullet hose in .380 than it is in 9mm. I was able to keep bursts to about 5 rounds or so. Of course, the stock and front strap aren't really worth a damn. It's uncomfortable to shoulder and try to get a cheek weld. The cyclic rate is so high that little piles of unburned powder built up on the floor. Occasionally, residual powder left in the receiver would spark up after the gun was empty.

Fun times, regardless.
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This is as good a place as any to post this I guess.
>> No. 105927 ID: 60a628
>>105865
>> Again, it really is remarkable how little muzzle rise there is

When i shot this for the first time, i thought i´m shooting with a BB Gun. Not to mention the almost non-existent recoil.

The trigger gave us headaches sometimes in the army. Cannot remember which part worn out in the trigger assembly, but either it blocked you from going FA, or you completely went FA on the slightest pull. Been fun times when our seargent yelled "2 single shots on target, open fire" and most of our guys went BRRRRRT.
>> No. 105962 ID: c3b8cf
>>105927

Aside from trigger issues, how reliable were your rifles?
Were you issued an A1 or other variant?
>> No. 106361 ID: 508f1f
>>105875

I was wondering if you would mind posting some pics of the internals of your AUG? Specifically the inside of the upper receiver?
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>>106361
Sorry, I don't actually have one. I just posted an aug related picture with a fucking retarded bipod mount, which I guess is based off the old and also retarded bipod mount in this picture.


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106353 No. 106353 ID: 815268 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://www.cabelas.com/product/TRIJICON-RMR-ADJUSTABLE-LED-SIGHT/2047219.uts

Trijicon RM06 for $350. This is the new Type 2, adjustable, LED version, 3.25MOA dot.

Not sure how long it will go on.


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