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#447 - Reading through comments from last night. With the weapons you…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/25/2013 on Title 0
User avatar #453 - fitchy (12/26/2013) [-]
Well the fact of the matter is I have a fairly open house layout, is the only reason I would think about the mosin for home defense, but if anything my pistols would be the best bet for home defense as far as maneuverability and ease of access/preparation.
#317 - No And assault weapon is categorized by the capability of … 12/24/2013 on Title 0
#308 - Shotgun loads dont exactly stop on drywall. Anyone wanting to…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/24/2013 on Title 0
User avatar #423 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I know that a shotgun is gonna go through at least one layer of drywall, but it's nothing like a rifle.

A good powered hunting rifle can go through most of a house before stopping. And if you're shooting someone near an outside wall, you have a chance of injuring someone else in their own home. A very very slim chance, but still.
User avatar #422 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I'm just talking about those people who buy a gun and leave it in their drawer for 25 years without ever using it.

You know.

/them./
#304 - Tell me what K-Mart I can but a fully automatic rifle from and… 12/24/2013 on Title 0
#302 - Do you know how ridiculously hard it is to get a class 3? 12/24/2013 on Title 0
#300 - Also I know a lot of people who hunt with an AR style rifle, t…  [+] (19 new replies) 12/24/2013 on Title 0
#306 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I'm just saying, it's still legal.

I don't think rifles have any business in the home defense category. They're too large, powerful, and for the general population who /doesn't/ have their gun perfectly memorized, can be a major issue.

Personally, I'd prefer a short barreled tactical shotgun with a light gauge.
Possibly a .410 or so. That way you have a lower chance of harming anyone outside your own property, causing much damage to your own property, and well... missing...
Not to mention how cost effective and easy to use shotguns are.

Pic related.
User avatar #321 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
obviously you don't own guns... for one a rifle for home defense isn't the most practical no, however if someone wanted to shoot you from across the street with a rifle or a shotgun either would work just fine. As far as a more likely chance of missing, the shotgun has a higher chance of missing, damaging your property, and not killing the attacker. If the shotgun is using a slug, then it's pretty much a rifle with less range and accuracy. Your argument makes no sense, personal preference maybe but I digress.
User avatar #424 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I never really wanted to kill an attacker, just completely incapacitate them.

I own many guns, and from my experience with them, a shotgun has the best short range defense possible. Considering your home defense gun most likely isn't going to be shooting somebody across the street, I feel like this is the best option. And Idk about you but I wouldn't really feel comfortable shooting something like a 30-06 horizontally in any neighborhood.
User avatar #426 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
what I'm saying is that I feel both have collateral damage possibilities, shotgun can tear up your own house or those in it if you aren't using slugs, rather some form of shot, and they both (if you miss) can leave a hole who knows where. I feel it's personal preference, I have a 20g remington pump, a S&R 12g double barrell, and a mosin. If someone were to break into my house I'd probably go for the 12g or the mosin solely for the stopping power of each. The mosin is just threatening because I know I wouldn't miss, but the 12g is more stopping power i suppose, but hell if someone is in my home I don't intend on incapacitating. I guess it's preference but I just want to know my family would be safe, without giving some potential lunatic the opportunity to do any damage. Whichever keeps the assailant from moving best is good in my book. As far as shooting a rifle in a neighborhood, I'm assuming we're shooting in our own homes here, I don't think at that close of a range you'd miss enough to send a bullet out of a window. Idk it really is an opinionated subject i guess.
User avatar #447 - Kalder (12/25/2013) [-]
Reading through comments from last night. With the weapons you have I don't recommend using your mosin for home defense. I've got one, they are just too damn long. Your 20g pump I think would be the most viable option I think
User avatar #453 - fitchy (12/26/2013) [-]
Well the fact of the matter is I have a fairly open house layout, is the only reason I would think about the mosin for home defense, but if anything my pistols would be the best bet for home defense as far as maneuverability and ease of access/preparation.
User avatar #428 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I totally see what you're saying and it really is just preference.

And for me the whole killing thing would be okay if the person was showing crazed behavior (Like a methhead or something), or had already/is going to attack(ed) me. But if they simply just don't get the fuck out of my house after I've told them to, while I'm pointing a gun at them, they're getting shot. Whether that's in the thigh or the arm or the chest depends on the person.

And I'd only be using steel shot. I wouldn't want to go through lead poisoning after being shot and I can imagine that they wouldn't either.

User avatar #429 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
Obviously there being laws like the stand your ground law and such, I'd worry about potential prison time before I made the decision to shoot them or not. Only if they are a threat would I ever think of firing, but that being said, some crack head can usually take a few rounds before going down which is the nerve racking part. And I can definitely agree with the lead poisoning, do unto others as you would have them do unto you and such haha.
User avatar #431 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
Exactly.
User avatar #308 - Kalder (12/24/2013) [-]
Shotgun loads dont exactly stop on drywall. Anyone wanting to get a gun for home defense purposes should have their gun memorized, able to clear a jam, know how to load and reload without looking. Every single one of those things could be a life or death instant that you should not have to think about. If you want a decent .410 for home defense or plinking or whatever, I recommend a Saiga .410.
User avatar #423 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I know that a shotgun is gonna go through at least one layer of drywall, but it's nothing like a rifle.

A good powered hunting rifle can go through most of a house before stopping. And if you're shooting someone near an outside wall, you have a chance of injuring someone else in their own home. A very very slim chance, but still.
User avatar #422 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I'm just talking about those people who buy a gun and leave it in their drawer for 25 years without ever using it.

You know.

/them./
User avatar #303 - notapeopleperson (12/24/2013) [-]
Where I live, many of the hunters seriously frown on you if you use anything apart from a double-barrelled (maybe a pump, but not likely) shotgun for birds and a bolt-action for game, because they see it as actually giving the animal a fair chance, not just spraying lead it it.
User avatar #322 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
an AR platform rifle is effectively an M-14 with a scarier package. In the US at least, it is illegal to have an automatic weapon save for a few specific states and cases. An AR isn't any different than a semi-auto rifle so its not used for spraying, rather if you miss oh you don't have to drop sight and pull another round into the chamber with a clumsy bolt action. I own a bolt action and for hunting if you miss, unless you're fast, you don't get many more shots, one or two if you're lucky.
User avatar #349 - notapeopleperson (12/24/2013) [-]
That's kind of the point. If you miss, you don;t get another chance. It's more difficult, so it evens out the playing field slightly.
User avatar #421 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
I suppose, it is about the sport. I personally wouldn't hunt with an automatic rifle (unless I'm hunting something like a bear where if I fuck up the consequences would end TEEERRIBLY for me.) However for less experienced hunters and such I feel a semi-automatic rifle wouldn't be to out of the question.
User avatar #425 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
Most of the time when I've hunted bears it's about the least sportsmanlike hunting ever.

They're cowered up in some tree surrounded by dogs and pissing yourself by the time you get there.

It's like "Heyyyyy look at the majestic animal 6 feet away. Now kill it."

Idk. I'm more of a deer or waterfowl person myself.
User avatar #427 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
huh, well I've never hunted bears in my life nor do I intend on it so I'll likely only ever use an AR platform, or semi-auto rifle for plinking at a range or something. I'm more of a bolt action rifle/shotgun/pistol man myself so even if I were to go bear hunting, knowing this it doesn't sound as dangerous as I'd imagined. However a cornered animal is the most dangerous of all, so that up in a tree gives it a pretty damn good vantage point for jumping into a hellstorm of "I'mma fuckin eat you" haha. Bears are frightening and I don't trust em is my point.
User avatar #430 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I feel you hahaha.

I mean, it's kind of dangerous I guess? But not really. The bear wouldn't see you as the immediate danger in this hunting tactic. if it did come out of the tree, which is unlikely, it'd go for the dogs. Normally my guy has like 5-7 on a treed bear at any time, so chances of you getting injured are incredibly slim, if not nonexistent.

I'm a pump guy when it comes to shotguns, bolt when with rifles, and revolver with pistols. Kinda cliche I know, it's just fun that way. I like to actually feel like I'm shooting a weapon rather than carrying around some op point and kill death machine.

I've got the same opinion with cars as well. If I can get a car that drives a little rougher I'd prefer it over some luxury glass glider one.
#297 - Assault weapons were banned in 1986. An Assault weapon is clas…  [+] (22 new replies) 12/24/2013 on Title 0
User avatar #301 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
If you have a class 3 permit you're allowed to own them regardless though.
They're banned from the general public, yes. But they're not completely illegal by any means.
User avatar #302 - Kalder (12/24/2013) [-]
Do you know how ridiculously hard it is to get a class 3?
User avatar #300 - Kalder (12/24/2013) [-]
Also I know a lot of people who hunt with an AR style rifle, they are actually quite effective with the right loads and perfectly capable of taking out medium game. I am not the biggest fan of rifles in general for home defense simply because of the logistics of tight areas in a home but I know people like it because they know the rifle so well and have everything known by muscle memory
#306 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I'm just saying, it's still legal.

I don't think rifles have any business in the home defense category. They're too large, powerful, and for the general population who /doesn't/ have their gun perfectly memorized, can be a major issue.

Personally, I'd prefer a short barreled tactical shotgun with a light gauge.
Possibly a .410 or so. That way you have a lower chance of harming anyone outside your own property, causing much damage to your own property, and well... missing...
Not to mention how cost effective and easy to use shotguns are.

Pic related.
User avatar #321 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
obviously you don't own guns... for one a rifle for home defense isn't the most practical no, however if someone wanted to shoot you from across the street with a rifle or a shotgun either would work just fine. As far as a more likely chance of missing, the shotgun has a higher chance of missing, damaging your property, and not killing the attacker. If the shotgun is using a slug, then it's pretty much a rifle with less range and accuracy. Your argument makes no sense, personal preference maybe but I digress.
User avatar #424 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I never really wanted to kill an attacker, just completely incapacitate them.

I own many guns, and from my experience with them, a shotgun has the best short range defense possible. Considering your home defense gun most likely isn't going to be shooting somebody across the street, I feel like this is the best option. And Idk about you but I wouldn't really feel comfortable shooting something like a 30-06 horizontally in any neighborhood.
User avatar #426 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
what I'm saying is that I feel both have collateral damage possibilities, shotgun can tear up your own house or those in it if you aren't using slugs, rather some form of shot, and they both (if you miss) can leave a hole who knows where. I feel it's personal preference, I have a 20g remington pump, a S&R 12g double barrell, and a mosin. If someone were to break into my house I'd probably go for the 12g or the mosin solely for the stopping power of each. The mosin is just threatening because I know I wouldn't miss, but the 12g is more stopping power i suppose, but hell if someone is in my home I don't intend on incapacitating. I guess it's preference but I just want to know my family would be safe, without giving some potential lunatic the opportunity to do any damage. Whichever keeps the assailant from moving best is good in my book. As far as shooting a rifle in a neighborhood, I'm assuming we're shooting in our own homes here, I don't think at that close of a range you'd miss enough to send a bullet out of a window. Idk it really is an opinionated subject i guess.
User avatar #447 - Kalder (12/25/2013) [-]
Reading through comments from last night. With the weapons you have I don't recommend using your mosin for home defense. I've got one, they are just too damn long. Your 20g pump I think would be the most viable option I think
User avatar #453 - fitchy (12/26/2013) [-]
Well the fact of the matter is I have a fairly open house layout, is the only reason I would think about the mosin for home defense, but if anything my pistols would be the best bet for home defense as far as maneuverability and ease of access/preparation.
User avatar #428 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I totally see what you're saying and it really is just preference.

And for me the whole killing thing would be okay if the person was showing crazed behavior (Like a methhead or something), or had already/is going to attack(ed) me. But if they simply just don't get the fuck out of my house after I've told them to, while I'm pointing a gun at them, they're getting shot. Whether that's in the thigh or the arm or the chest depends on the person.

And I'd only be using steel shot. I wouldn't want to go through lead poisoning after being shot and I can imagine that they wouldn't either.

User avatar #429 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
Obviously there being laws like the stand your ground law and such, I'd worry about potential prison time before I made the decision to shoot them or not. Only if they are a threat would I ever think of firing, but that being said, some crack head can usually take a few rounds before going down which is the nerve racking part. And I can definitely agree with the lead poisoning, do unto others as you would have them do unto you and such haha.
User avatar #431 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
Exactly.
User avatar #308 - Kalder (12/24/2013) [-]
Shotgun loads dont exactly stop on drywall. Anyone wanting to get a gun for home defense purposes should have their gun memorized, able to clear a jam, know how to load and reload without looking. Every single one of those things could be a life or death instant that you should not have to think about. If you want a decent .410 for home defense or plinking or whatever, I recommend a Saiga .410.
User avatar #423 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I know that a shotgun is gonna go through at least one layer of drywall, but it's nothing like a rifle.

A good powered hunting rifle can go through most of a house before stopping. And if you're shooting someone near an outside wall, you have a chance of injuring someone else in their own home. A very very slim chance, but still.
User avatar #422 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I'm just talking about those people who buy a gun and leave it in their drawer for 25 years without ever using it.

You know.

/them./
User avatar #303 - notapeopleperson (12/24/2013) [-]
Where I live, many of the hunters seriously frown on you if you use anything apart from a double-barrelled (maybe a pump, but not likely) shotgun for birds and a bolt-action for game, because they see it as actually giving the animal a fair chance, not just spraying lead it it.
User avatar #322 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
an AR platform rifle is effectively an M-14 with a scarier package. In the US at least, it is illegal to have an automatic weapon save for a few specific states and cases. An AR isn't any different than a semi-auto rifle so its not used for spraying, rather if you miss oh you don't have to drop sight and pull another round into the chamber with a clumsy bolt action. I own a bolt action and for hunting if you miss, unless you're fast, you don't get many more shots, one or two if you're lucky.
User avatar #349 - notapeopleperson (12/24/2013) [-]
That's kind of the point. If you miss, you don;t get another chance. It's more difficult, so it evens out the playing field slightly.
User avatar #421 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
I suppose, it is about the sport. I personally wouldn't hunt with an automatic rifle (unless I'm hunting something like a bear where if I fuck up the consequences would end TEEERRIBLY for me.) However for less experienced hunters and such I feel a semi-automatic rifle wouldn't be to out of the question.
User avatar #425 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
Most of the time when I've hunted bears it's about the least sportsmanlike hunting ever.

They're cowered up in some tree surrounded by dogs and pissing yourself by the time you get there.

It's like "Heyyyyy look at the majestic animal 6 feet away. Now kill it."

Idk. I'm more of a deer or waterfowl person myself.
User avatar #427 - fitchy (12/24/2013) [-]
huh, well I've never hunted bears in my life nor do I intend on it so I'll likely only ever use an AR platform, or semi-auto rifle for plinking at a range or something. I'm more of a bolt action rifle/shotgun/pistol man myself so even if I were to go bear hunting, knowing this it doesn't sound as dangerous as I'd imagined. However a cornered animal is the most dangerous of all, so that up in a tree gives it a pretty damn good vantage point for jumping into a hellstorm of "I'mma fuckin eat you" haha. Bears are frightening and I don't trust em is my point.
User avatar #430 - damianblu (12/24/2013) [-]
I feel you hahaha.

I mean, it's kind of dangerous I guess? But not really. The bear wouldn't see you as the immediate danger in this hunting tactic. if it did come out of the tree, which is unlikely, it'd go for the dogs. Normally my guy has like 5-7 on a treed bear at any time, so chances of you getting injured are incredibly slim, if not nonexistent.

I'm a pump guy when it comes to shotguns, bolt when with rifles, and revolver with pistols. Kinda cliche I know, it's just fun that way. I like to actually feel like I'm shooting a weapon rather than carrying around some op point and kill death machine.

I've got the same opinion with cars as well. If I can get a car that drives a little rougher I'd prefer it over some luxury glass glider one.
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User avatar #239 - dafiltafish (12/19/2013) [-]
ah. well it was purely complimentary. sort of a thread of which users you like the most.

You were listed with about 12 others.
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User avatar #237 - dafiltafish (12/19/2013) [-]
Yes.

I just think you are still a pretty awesome sonna bitch and you might like the recognition.
User avatar #238 - Kalder (12/19/2013) [-]
I cant see it is the thing :/
User avatar #239 - dafiltafish (12/19/2013) [-]
ah. well it was purely complimentary. sort of a thread of which users you like the most.

You were listed with about 12 others.
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User avatar #72 - Kalder (07/13/2014) [-]
**Kalder rolls 2**
User avatar #68 - dafiltafish (11/07/2013) [-]
So. You still exist.
User avatar #69 to #68 - Kalder (11/07/2013) [-]
Why yes I do still exist
User avatar #70 to #69 - dafiltafish (11/07/2013) [-]
Wunderbar.
#71 to #70 - Kalder (11/07/2013) [-]
Indeed
Indeed
User avatar #58 to #57 - Kalder (12/13/2012) [-]
whoa what? how did you find that
User avatar #59 to #58 - mayormilkman (12/13/2012) [-]
By being bored and looming up "thumb." That comment is one of the top results.
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#51 - bible (08/24/2012) [-]
'Allo there.
User avatar #52 to #51 - Kalder (08/24/2012) [-]
well Hi
User avatar #53 to #52 - bible (08/24/2012) [-]
About that last post.

I never got to see that Celestia, but I have found myself in your stream...I like this art

Where is this Celestia?
User avatar #54 to #53 - Kalder (08/24/2012) [-]
It was a Pirate Celestia in this stream, she has since moved on to something else but she will post it later im sure, but if you want to watch her draw and join the shenanigans of Amanda's livestream you can always join
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User avatar #55 to #54 - Kalder (08/24/2012) [-]
seriously? I cant post urls in my profile?
how about this one
www.funnyjunk.com/bronies/775922#775922
User avatar #50 - Kalder (08/14/2012) [-]
*roll item*
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**Kalder rolls 341**
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User avatar #44 to #89 - Kalder (05/30/2012) [-]
wow that was a while ago
yea those are my general go to cigar if its not a special occasion
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User avatar #46 to #91 - Kalder (05/30/2012) [-]
ill check those out, about how much do those run
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User avatar #30 - buttonddownbarbie (03/06/2012) [-]
Why thank you good sir,
I tip my hat at your dope ass swag.
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