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User avatar #7171 - ianmcgunny ONLINE (23 hours ago) [-]
This may be a little unorthodox for this board.
I am making comps about many World War One things. Tanks, Planes, general facts, etc. One is on small arms that were used in the war and I just want to ask, what should I include when talking about the pistols, rifles, and machine guns? Type of round, designer, model, what else?
#7165 - endospore ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
Alright, guys, I'm stuck. I want a good takedown rifle for camping and hiking and long car trips, but I'm still split between the Henry AR-7 and the Ruger 10/22.

The AR-7 is a cooler concept, breaks down smaller, and can hold ammo when stored, in case the ammo I'm carrying gets lost or destroyed somehow.

But everyone says the 10/22 is a better gun overall. Is it more expensive and that much better to justify the extra space needs and cost?

Keep in mind that this gun is going to be stored in a trunk or backpack 90 percent of the time and when it is needed, it will likely only be to hunt small game in a survival situation.
#7168 to #7165 - backwoodsexplain (07/31/2014) [-]
I don't know if he was full of shit or not so dont hold me to this, but a guy once told me the Henry survival 22s barrels were shit and bent really easy. Personally, i've been looking for a long time at getting a cheap old single shot and sawing it down at the legal limit, heres an example
#7169 to #7168 - backwoodsexplain (07/31/2014) [-]
make your own stock and fore-end, then buy a set of adapters from Shortlane, they make inserts for shotguns to fire damn near anything, 357,22,9mm, 44, 45, 410, pop it out and back to 12 gauge.
#7167 to #7165 - anonymous (07/31/2014) [-]
Personally, I have experience with the AR-7, but I don't know much about the 10/22. The AR-7's durability is a bit lackluster, but it is very cool.From what I hear, after a few hundred rounds the barrel bends and gets banged up, so if you get it, handle with care.

After seeing picture of the 10/22, I can say it looks rather boring, I'm a fan of more unique weapons (Which is why I went for the AR-7), but the 10/22 looks more solid, and would last longer than an AR-7. But of course, the main reason the AR-7 was built is for the one time you're lost and need a weapon.

If I were to suggest another rifle for around the same price range, I'd get the Kel-Tec sub-2000 chambered in .40 or 9mm, as it would probably have more stopping power, and not to mention you can find 9mm and .40 easier for now
#7127 - loltrosity ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
Opinions on the Kel Tec PMR-30 anyone?

Personally the only problem I can foresee with it is the grip to barrel size comparison. Other than that, 30 rounds of .22 magnum sounds like a great holster gun imo.
#7166 to #7127 - billywonka (07/31/2014) [-]
i think it would be cool if they made some for once
i think it would be cool if they made some for once
User avatar #7172 to #7166 - marlton (14 hours ago) [-]
Didn't they only make the fully automatic PMR-30 to test the action or magazines or something?
User avatar #7174 to #7172 - thegamerslife ONLINE (21 minutes ago) [-]
User avatar #7148 to #7127 - MatthewsGauss (07/31/2014) [-]
Heard it has bad feeding problems
User avatar #7175 to #7148 - thegamerslife ONLINE (19 minutes ago) [-]
last I heard that was early production runs and it's fixed now. also bad feeding problems also can from people thinking birdshot rounds were suppose to feed right... they never do in semi- auto/auto action guns.
User avatar #7130 to #7127 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
from legit reviewers, I have heard mostly great things. I have held this gun a few times and dry fired it (shhh don't tell on me) and it is an excellent gun and if I had spare money for guns, I would pick this up. it would for sure be within my top 5-10. hope this helps.
User avatar #7129 to #7127 - geothermal ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
Never got to fire one, if its anything like the RFB i would say its shit though.
User avatar #7112 - thisisbait (07/30/2014) [-]
So, my little airsoft Grease gun showed up today, and for a 12$ gun, im impressed. Shits like a danm block of steel, already clocked it at 402fps.
User avatar #7121 to #7112 - mexicandudeinsd (07/30/2014) [-]
fuck your blacktxt m8
User avatar #7122 to #7121 - thisisbait (07/30/2014) [-]
User avatar #7123 to #7122 - mexicandudeinsd (07/30/2014) [-]
my dick was 2 black for ur mum faggt
User avatar #7114 to #7112 - thisisbait (07/30/2014) [-]
And my G36c is "Out for Delivery" from the USPS. So it will be here most likely today within an hour or so.

I came a little.
#7118 to #7114 - thisisbait (07/30/2014) [-]
The little grease gun weighs more than this g36c

User avatar #7111 - scowler (07/30/2014) [-]
Hey, how many bullpup chassis kits are out there for the Mosin?
User avatar #7131 to #7111 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
there is only one replacement stock I would use and that is this: www.midwayusa.com/product/3357460248/archangel-opfor-adjustable-stock-m-1891-mosin-nagant-polymer-5-round-magazine

detachable mags in 5 or 10 round variants FTW
User avatar #7139 to #7131 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
I bet those mags cost a small fortune...
User avatar #7140 to #7139 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
I don't think that cost that much actually, last I checked. but I would only own a few and use a mosin in this stock for hunting.
User avatar #7141 to #7140 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
I think I'd just stock with the surplus stock and mount a bayonet in that case...

Fuckin' Wild Boars...
User avatar #7142 to #7141 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
for wild boars that charge, I think an easilly exsesable side arm would be a good option.
Like M&P R8 < seriously google that shit
User avatar #7144 to #7142 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
1,300? FUCK NO.
User avatar #7145 to #7144 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
I've seen it as low as $950 and $900 just so you know. and for a hunting side arm or hiking side arm. it's a go to gun. 8 shots of .357mag is hard to beat in this size and weight.
#7146 to #7145 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
It's a fucking revolver. I don't know what they're fuckin' smoking but they're not getting more than $200 for a WHEELGUN.    
What about a Glock 20? 16 rounds of 10mm Auto, obviously superior to the .357 in terms of sheer volume of fire.
It's a fucking revolver. I don't know what they're fuckin' smoking but they're not getting more than $200 for a WHEELGUN.

What about a Glock 20? 16 rounds of 10mm Auto, obviously superior to the .357 in terms of sheer volume of fire.
User avatar #7149 to #7146 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
also you do realize that revolver is in their performance series and the break on the trigger is fucking mind blowing, right?
User avatar #7151 to #7149 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
As in trigger reset?

You do realize that means you lose all six rounds even quicker right.
User avatar #7152 to #7151 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
8 rounds. js

no the break in the trigger is smooth and easy. watch some reviews if you like, but I've held one and S&W has polished and perfected the trigger in their performance revolvers.
User avatar #7153 to #7152 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
Sorry, when I hear .357 I tend to think six rounds :|

And why would they put more trigger work into a competition weapon? Good triggers are for combat...
User avatar #7154 to #7153 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
This is (to me) an all around weapon. I would buy it and take it on all my hikes, outings, hunting, etc. a good trigger can only help, in any situation. and a lot of people buy those glocks and then spend even more to get better triggers, springs, etc.
User avatar #7155 to #7154 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
Yeah, those Salient Arms packages seem pretty dumb to me.
User avatar #7156 to #7155 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]

yeah, it's a bit far for what I would ever do. But from what I have seen most of the glock owners I know (vast majority of the gun owners I know own or have owned at least one... idk why) have bought trigger upgrades and sight upgrades at the VERY LEAST to improve the guns.
User avatar #7157 to #7156 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
That's what I was thinking...
User avatar #7158 to #7157 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
well If you go into a Glock (10mm) and then add the sights, better trigger, stainless steel spring and whatever else you want to add to that... you might be close to the price of a used R8 (that have lifetime warranties from S&W)... so I think it really comes down to which platform and caliber you want to use.
User avatar #7159 to #7158 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
I'll take volume of fire. Do they make alloy frames for Glock handguns? I'm asking because once if I ever end up with one, I'd like to increase the static weight to offset the recoil...
User avatar #7160 to #7159 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
This is why I would like an M&P series pistol in 10mm, much better recoil handling then Glocks.

I've never heard of one, and almost told you it didn't matter cause I thought you were going to say you wanted a tougher material. even though the material they use is sometime stronger then alloys.

seems this is a thing. You need to login to view this link
User avatar #7170 to #7160 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
Thank you.
User avatar #7147 to #7146 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
either is a good hunting sidearm. for 10mm I would recommend 220gr hardcast from underwood... but I think you have to change your spring for them to work. I'd have to research that more.

anyways. I think either is great choice but the R8 has more uses for me personally.
User avatar #7143 to #7142 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
easily accessible.
User avatar #7120 to #7111 - mexicandudeinsd (07/30/2014) [-]
there was this website that made it look like futuristic rifles
but i dont know of others
User avatar #7125 to #7120 - scowler (07/30/2014) [-]
Nothing is futuristic.
User avatar #7128 to #7126 - scowler (07/31/2014) [-]
That's one of my options. Anything from a different company?
#7105 - chubbies (07/30/2014) [-]
So I'm thinking about a S&W Model 60 Revolver for a first handgun. Any thoughts?
User avatar #7132 to #7105 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
S&W M&P only.
#7117 to #7105 - roliga (07/30/2014) [-]
I have one, mine's the 60-9. It's good, a lot bigger than the picture makes it look though. It's pretty much the same size as my Glock 19.
User avatar #7104 - marlton (07/30/2014) [-]
So I guess anyone who picks a Barrett can magically shoot down planes now.
User avatar #7113 to #7104 - thisisbait (07/30/2014) [-]
That would be a hard fucking shot to make, hitting a goddam plane miles in the air...
User avatar #7115 to #7113 - billywonka (07/30/2014) [-]
do you even 360 noscope
User avatar #7116 to #7115 - thisisbait (07/30/2014) [-]
Nigga i use the barret to noscope erry day.
#7110 to #7104 - anonymous (07/30/2014) [-]
nigger please
#7106 to #7104 - chubbies (07/30/2014) [-]
fucking left wing nutbags
#7103 - anonymous (07/30/2014) [-]
User avatar #7133 to #7103 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
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#7099 - anonymous (07/29/2014) [-]
I'll google it if I don't get an answer, but if I got a compact beretta 92, could I put a long barrel meant for the 92fs in it? I think that would be a nice range toy
User avatar #7108 to #7099 - mexicandudeinsd (07/30/2014) [-]
i guess you could
#7086 - roliga (07/29/2014) [-]
Been trying out a few 1911's lately, finally dropped the cash on a Ruger 1911. Paid $770 out the door with two mags and 100 rounds of .45 acp. Shoots great out of the box, feeds hollow points, no issues so far but I've only put 600 rounds through it so far.
User avatar #7162 to #7150 - roliga (07/31/2014) [-]
Also, I'm not trusting my life to it, it's just a nice gun to have.
User avatar #7161 to #7150 - roliga (07/31/2014) [-]
Do you see Ruger on that list? Didn't think so.
#7084 - mexicandudeinsd (07/28/2014) [-]
Opinions on an Anderson stripped lower receiver?
Or opinions on buying a stripped lower receiver ?
ar15 -
btw is it the 5.56 receiver that can shoot both .223 and 5.56 or is it the .223 receiver ?
User avatar #7134 to #7084 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
buy it
and yes a 5.56 receiver can shoot both calibers. a bad bad bad idea is to use 5.56 out of a 223 receiver especially since I think it's slightly larger and has to be jammed into be chambered.
User avatar #7163 to #7134 - mexicandudeinsd (07/31/2014) [-]
imma get it and slowly build one
User avatar #7092 to #7084 - xchewsifferx ONLINE (07/29/2014) [-]
To my knowledge and from what i've read Anderson seems to consistantly make good lowers

Other names I often here people throw around when looking foe stripped lowers are: Aero, Stag, and MEGA. MEGA seems a little rich for my blood but i don't know what your budget is.

BCM doesn't sell a stripped lower but i hear they make a mean standard lower. Their the brand i would go with if i was building another rifle
User avatar #7095 to #7092 - mexicandudeinsd (07/29/2014) [-]
well 500-600 $ is budget for now i think , university and stuff man
theyre* sorry had to do it
i'll check it out but at the store its about $60 for the anderson so idk if i should buy it and go building it slowly
User avatar #7097 to #7095 - xchewsifferx ONLINE (07/29/2014) [-]
Oh my bad, thanks for catching it.

I understand the university problems. I had to donate plasma for 3 weeks to pay off my new CZ

Yeah Aero use to run $50 for a stripped lower, but i just checked and now that they've gotten more popular and run about $85. So i would say you're better off with Anderson's at this point
User avatar #7098 to #7097 - mexicandudeinsd (07/29/2014) [-]
plasma? wut daaaaamn
thanks for advice imma see if i can get it
User avatar #7087 to #7084 - gibroner (07/29/2014) [-]
5.56 can shoot both you never want to shoot 5.56 out of a .223 receiver
User avatar #7089 to #7087 - mexicandudeinsd (07/29/2014) [-]
interesting... good to know when getting the upper receiver
cause im thinking about buying a lower this week to slowly build my rifle
User avatar #7093 to #7080 - xchewsifferx ONLINE (07/29/2014) [-]
it'll do fine, it's as accurate as any other shotgun. It's break action so reliability will be great. the only downfall is follow up shots will be out of the question and recoil will be likely be brutal.

Buddy of mine had a 20ga break action and it feels identical to my 12ga pump
User avatar #7082 to #7080 - mexicandudeinsd (07/28/2014) [-]
now go out there and follow your dreams m8
User avatar #7079 - commanderbunbun ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
i have a knife question. and since we don't have a knife board, here i am.

is it possible to edge a knife with diamond? I know diamond-edged blades are a real thing, but I have a stainless steel knife i want edged with diamond. is there any company that can do this?
User avatar #7094 to #7079 - xchewsifferx ONLINE (07/29/2014) [-]
To my knowledge, no. That kind of bonding woud have to be done when the knife was originally forged.

My question is why in gods name would you want that? It would be a bitch and a half to sharpen, and the edge would probably chip out like crazy if you cut anything harder than wood
User avatar #7096 to #7094 - commanderbunbun ONLINE (07/29/2014) [-]
that's the thing. you wouldn't need to sharpen it. the diamond is hard enough to stay extra sharp for a lifetime. now an entire knife made of diamond, that would be a bad idea.

plus it looks badass
User avatar #7135 to #7096 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
so here is the deal. you have to cook diamond dust into the metal as the blade is being made, and then it takes special sharpeners to get it razor sharp before getting to you. this makes diamond edged knifes expensive and usually only made for kitchen knifes (chefs who can afford that kind of thing). With all that being said, and what you said, Yes AND no it's better. You're right that it takes more to dull the blade, but once you do dull it, it's going to take special sharpening equipment to get it sharp again, and could be expensive.

Best option is to buy a knife made of really good metal, like a Gerber or Kershaw. Then get a good diamond coated knife sharpener to sharpen it up when it's time. I know a lot of people that use Kershaw knifes and mostly this one: You need to login to view this link
and from what those people say, they've used it to cut small pieces of wood, whittle, cutting rope, ect.

Pro tip: get a knife that opens with one hand. I have heard multiple tails from farmers who say it has saved them from being in a lot of shit. one guy got his leg caught in some rope and the horse took off and him with it. took the knife out with one hand and cut the rope. js
#7081 to #7072 - guanyu (07/28/2014) [-]
That was amazing.
That was amazing.
User avatar #7075 to #7072 - marlton (07/28/2014) [-]
I feel like its a push for dawn of the planet of the apes
User avatar #7074 to #7072 - gibroner (07/28/2014) [-]
this is why you shouldn't let monkeys have guns they'll give it to a chimpanzee
#7070 - thememegod (07/27/2014) [-]
I want to fire a gun for the first time and i want it to be a brutal experience.
Any suggestions?
User avatar #7102 to #7070 - xchewsifferx ONLINE (07/29/2014) [-]
.300 win mag. with no muzzle break

guaranteed to put hair on your chest
User avatar #7077 to #7070 - thisisbait (07/28/2014) [-]

Do what i did, find someone with a .50, ask to fire it.

Its wonderous.
User avatar #7071 to #7070 - misanthrizzle (07/27/2014) [-]
bring napalm to the range and rent a big bore pistol to pour the sludge down the barrel
the RO will laugh, you'll laugh, it'll be one funny prank
#7067 - marlton (07/27/2014) [-]
So when/why is it ok that my chemical romance ripped off Beretta's logo?
User avatar #7136 to #7067 - thegamerslife ONLINE (07/31/2014) [-]
and then fanboys of MCR will say Beretta stole the symbol. lawl
#7076 to #7067 - anonymous (07/28/2014) [-]
its only ok to the emo 12 year old fanbase
#7056 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
can someone explain to me why Colt produced the Browning-designed M1911?
User avatar #7078 to #7056 - thisisbait (07/28/2014) [-]
Imagine the companies were people, Browning got busy with WW2 and let Colt work on one of his projects to keep it going.
#7055 - meierme (07/27/2014) [-]
What do you guys think? its a PWS MK216 with a vortex viper
#7048 - deminemi (07/27/2014) [-]
I've been trying to find all over about hunting the spring-piston air guns in arizona, but I cant seem to find informationa bout it. Specifically, I want to know if I can hunt small game with a spring-piston air gun.
I've been trying to find all over about hunting the spring-piston air guns in arizona, but I cant seem to find informationa bout it. Specifically, I want to know if I can hunt small game with a spring-piston air gun.
User avatar #7050 to #7048 - marlton (07/27/2014) [-]
It can defiantly be done I use the 880s which is a 40$ pneumatic But the real question is "Can it be done legally?"
User avatar #7051 to #7050 - deminemi (07/27/2014) [-]
Do you know if it can be legally done? Also do you know if you need a gun license to own one there? I heard you don't.
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