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|#21 - God damn it.... Fine... I'll be back. …||10/23/2013 on Simply Mr. Rogers.||+1|
|#495 - Hey, thats my brother's dog, not mine. He can do what…||10/23/2013 on Read desc too||0|
|#305 - We have a pit, its about over a year old now. My litt… [+] (3 new replies)||10/22/2013 on Read desc too||-1|
#412 - myshipsailedwoutme (10/22/2013) [-]
You should NEVER train a "pet" dog to be aggressive. It's incredibly dangerous. You can't expect a dog to be selective about who they will attack. They aren't people and they often cannot distinguish good from bad people/animals. If that dog attacks someone, it will be your brother's fault for being so careless.
Pitbulls can be unpredictable and thus require training and ownership by a very experienced person. If you don't know how to properly train a dog and/or aren't aware of the dangers of faulty training (as your brother clearly isn't), you can end up with a very dangerous animal on your hands.
|#46 - Can't you shoot them if they come running in like a pack of zo… [+] (17 new replies)||10/21/2013 on Fuckin Gypsy||+2|
#91 - fantomen (10/22/2013) [-]
Nah, bro. You can legally own guns in most of Europe.
The problem is that they're a pain in the ass to get compared to in the US, and all the scary looking black "military" guns are banned or very difficult to legally own.
Still if you don't care about the law you can pick up a full auto AK for around 1500USD in most of Europe.
#97 - fantomen (10/22/2013) [-]
"In the US, a black market full auto AK runs starting at around $400 and goes up from there with increasing quality. "
A shitty century arms WASR-10 which is semi-auto only, is 400bucks.
I've seen genuine full auto AKs on TOR sites, they start at about 3000 dollars and go up from there. They're also much rarer and harder to find than in Europe.
And if you want a legal full auto AK in the US you have to pay like 30grand for it because of the 1986 Hughes amendment.
#106 - fantomen (10/22/2013) [-]
No, for some reason that's almost never done.
I've seen plenty of original surplus full auto AKs illegally imported to the US for sale, but I've never seen a civilian rifle that was illegally converted to full auto for sale.
I've seen interviews with ATF agents where they explain that in 30 years they only ever encountered 2 or 3 guns like that.
I don't know why it's seldom done either, because I've seen legal guns converted like that, and I know for a fact that it's not very difficult to do.
So virtually all the illegal full auto AKs in the US are smuggled in form abroad, which means they are very expensive, usually starting around 3000 bucks for a regular 7.62x39mm AKM clone. I have however seen full auto AMD-65 carbines for sale slightly cheaper, but that's because they're shitty and no one wants one if they can afford an AKM.
#110 - IceViper (10/22/2013) [-]
The ones starting out full auto and produced outside the US are definitely around $3000, i agree.
I wasn't lying before or bullshitting. My cousin said he can get me a black market AK for $300 (obviously shitty condition but whatever, its an AK), and then get it converted for around $100, which is how i came out to $400. This can be done in the ghetto areas outside Baltimore, Maryland.
Where do you live?
I don't have any good guns at the moment. Only a 12 gauge, 20 gauge and a mosin nagant (very good condition with treated, laminated dark wood). I am trying to get a AK47 and an AR15 (both semiauto).
#117 - fantomen (10/22/2013) [-]
Currently I live in Sweden, but I traveled a lot with my old job, so I've lived abroad for a couple years in a couple different places.
At the moment I don't officially have any guns for legal reasons, but that's not entirely true. A friend of mine is currently molding onto some funs stuff for me until I get acquitted from some BS charges the cops here put on me.
I used to have some nice shit though. For example here's my old Smith.
I used to have some more expensive stuff too, but I really liked this gun.
Anyway I had to sell it a few years ago.
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#204 - IceViper (10/22/2013) [-]
Auto-revolver carbines are such a pain to clean, i agree. They are very fun to shoot.
I prefer "cowboy rifles" as they are called here in the US. They are essentially side loading lever action rifles that shoot magnum rounds (.357, .44) and are fairly easy to clean and control along with delivering a good sized punch while being able to shoot the same rounds as the revolver carbines.
#207 - fantomen (10/23/2013) [-]
Lever guns are very rarely used here, and .30-30 is used almost exclusively in lever guns. So because the guns are rare the ammo is rare too.
This works the opposite way too.
For example 9.3x62mm bolt action hunting rifles are very common in most of northern Europe, but very rare in the US, so finding 9.3x62mm ammo in the US is hard.
#209 - fantomen (10/23/2013) [-]
Yeah pretty much, each one is a typical hunting caliber for the area.
If you take 10 random hunting rifles from America at least 1 is likely to be .30-30.
Do the same thing in northern Europe and at least 1 would be in 9.3x62mm.
9.3x62mm is a pretty nice caliber BTW, it's basically an 8mm Mauser necked up to 9.3mm. It's a slow heavy round but it's a real hammer that takes down moose and bear alike. However it's pretty damn potent and hit has been known to break or blow up weaker guns.
#210 - IceViper (10/23/2013) [-]
that sounds nice, and pretty big.
I couldnt think of an American equivalent to that, only that there are some larger rounds like 30.06 (big, big round) and it goes all the way up to some that are not as often used like the .50 BMG if you want to kill anything without needing to be the slightest bit accurate.
More commonly for big game, is the 30.06, .308 and some like hunting with .223 or 5.56x45 for some.
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