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#122 - No Its not the point of trying to prove myself right. Its the …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/28/2015 on Im Not Scared at All 0
User avatar #123 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Look it up yourself, it'll be easy enough to find. The fact still stands that you're going off of your opinion.
#120 - First off: I've been a gun owner since I was 18. I've been act…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/28/2015 on Im Not Scared at All 0
User avatar #121 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
The fact that you have to prove yourself and assert that your opinion is correct says enough. I don't give enough of a shit to continue this conversation, you prefer glocks over a mosin but you're just one person, there thousands that have more experience with firearms than you or me. Some prefer a mosin, others a glock, for home defense it comes down to personal choice. Finite
User avatar #122 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
No Its not the point of trying to prove myself right. Its the point of proving that there are few, if any, that believe a bolt action rifle is ideal for home defense. If you can find 1 credible source (actual experience, or LEO/military/CQB defense training) that says they prefer a bolt action Mosin or any similar type rifle, I'll take back what I said and admit I'm wrong. But until then, and as it stands, a Mosin is best left on the wall
User avatar #123 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Look it up yourself, it'll be easy enough to find. The fact still stands that you're going off of your opinion.
#118 - Read this article first, a lot of info on what I am talki…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/28/2015 on Im Not Scared at All 0
User avatar #119 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
This is obvious information my friend. No one here is advocating that the mosin is a weapon that rivals modern assault rifles, but you're putting it in categories that it isn't in. Browsing 4chan doesn't give you knowledge above gun owners. What's wrong for praising the mosin for what it is, a fine bolt action rifle. You like glocks that's great, some people like mosins, both sling lead who cares just ease up on the mosin hating.
User avatar #120 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
First off: I've been a gun owner since I was 18. I've been actively shooting since I was 12, and own a fairly extensive collection so far. so dont just think im some /b/ tard who plays too much COD and knows 3 weapons from it. I personally prefer revolvers to shoot, but my carry is a glock for capacity reason.
Second: The original comment was "I sleep soundly with my Nugget at night" Thus implying it as a home defense weapon, so it ABSOLUTELY falls into the category as an AR15 and others because it is being used as a defensive weapon, not a collectors item/enthusiast piece.
Listen, my favorite 2 pistols are my S&W 629 (6" .44 Mag revolver) and my S&W 686 that I bought ON my 21st birthday (6" .357 Mag revolver, customized with Pau Ferro wood grips). They are crisp with recoil, clean looking, fun to shoot. But they are what they are: range guns. Love them, but they are too bulky to carry, and too low in capacity and fire rate to protect me at home. I'm not arguing that a Mosin has NO place in the gun world. I get it, it has its followers and its supporters. But I just personally don't believe it is a suitable home defense weapon
User avatar #121 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
The fact that you have to prove yourself and assert that your opinion is correct says enough. I don't give enough of a shit to continue this conversation, you prefer glocks over a mosin but you're just one person, there thousands that have more experience with firearms than you or me. Some prefer a mosin, others a glock, for home defense it comes down to personal choice. Finite
User avatar #122 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
No Its not the point of trying to prove myself right. Its the point of proving that there are few, if any, that believe a bolt action rifle is ideal for home defense. If you can find 1 credible source (actual experience, or LEO/military/CQB defense training) that says they prefer a bolt action Mosin or any similar type rifle, I'll take back what I said and admit I'm wrong. But until then, and as it stands, a Mosin is best left on the wall
User avatar #123 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Look it up yourself, it'll be easy enough to find. The fact still stands that you're going off of your opinion.
#74 - Never said the price points were equivalent. Average price on …  [+] (7 new replies) 01/27/2015 on Im Not Scared at All 0
User avatar #117 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Well yes that argument has been used before, why not have more rounds of something? Well sir typically home invasions aren't at a range where you would miss, would you care to source your information?
User avatar #118 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2010/07/robert-farago/how-many-bullets-do-you-need-in-your-home-defense-handgun/
Read this article first, a lot of info on what I am talking about is in there
Then: Realize that a "cool under pressure" person, is likely NEVER to be a normal civilian, even one with fairly extensive training in firearms. In fact, even TRAINED LEOs miss 70-80% of the shots that they fire (source: www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2014/09/26/fbi-training-division-justifies-9mm-caliber-selection/ )
More rounds = more chances. And in the article it states most gun fights go down like this: 3 rounds, 3 seconds, 3 yards. If you can shoot a Mosin 3 times in 3 seconds, you might as well call up Jerry Miculek and let him know your now the worlds fastest shot. Like I said, the Glock isn't ideal. Maybe a semi auto shotgun or an AR15 with a 10.5" barrel, but for many of us a semi auto handgun is affordable and practical. And you are likely far better off having the odds in YOUR favor, then by being a "retroenthusiast" and having the shit hit the fan when you can't afford it.

And just as a side note, every time I hear a /b/ or /k/ story about the so called "Glorious Nugget" I cringe. Fucking thing is a relic. treat it as such. its the USSR version of basically a fucking flint lock musket. I'd be much more intimidated by a guy wielding an AK, AR, Sig 556, SCAR 16 or any other modern battle rifle than I would be from a dude wearing camo pants and a wife beater holding a wooden rifle invented in 1891
User avatar #119 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
This is obvious information my friend. No one here is advocating that the mosin is a weapon that rivals modern assault rifles, but you're putting it in categories that it isn't in. Browsing 4chan doesn't give you knowledge above gun owners. What's wrong for praising the mosin for what it is, a fine bolt action rifle. You like glocks that's great, some people like mosins, both sling lead who cares just ease up on the mosin hating.
User avatar #120 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
First off: I've been a gun owner since I was 18. I've been actively shooting since I was 12, and own a fairly extensive collection so far. so dont just think im some /b/ tard who plays too much COD and knows 3 weapons from it. I personally prefer revolvers to shoot, but my carry is a glock for capacity reason.
Second: The original comment was "I sleep soundly with my Nugget at night" Thus implying it as a home defense weapon, so it ABSOLUTELY falls into the category as an AR15 and others because it is being used as a defensive weapon, not a collectors item/enthusiast piece.
Listen, my favorite 2 pistols are my S&W 629 (6" .44 Mag revolver) and my S&W 686 that I bought ON my 21st birthday (6" .357 Mag revolver, customized with Pau Ferro wood grips). They are crisp with recoil, clean looking, fun to shoot. But they are what they are: range guns. Love them, but they are too bulky to carry, and too low in capacity and fire rate to protect me at home. I'm not arguing that a Mosin has NO place in the gun world. I get it, it has its followers and its supporters. But I just personally don't believe it is a suitable home defense weapon
User avatar #121 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
The fact that you have to prove yourself and assert that your opinion is correct says enough. I don't give enough of a shit to continue this conversation, you prefer glocks over a mosin but you're just one person, there thousands that have more experience with firearms than you or me. Some prefer a mosin, others a glock, for home defense it comes down to personal choice. Finite
User avatar #122 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
No Its not the point of trying to prove myself right. Its the point of proving that there are few, if any, that believe a bolt action rifle is ideal for home defense. If you can find 1 credible source (actual experience, or LEO/military/CQB defense training) that says they prefer a bolt action Mosin or any similar type rifle, I'll take back what I said and admit I'm wrong. But until then, and as it stands, a Mosin is best left on the wall
User avatar #123 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Look it up yourself, it'll be easy enough to find. The fact still stands that you're going off of your opinion.
#71 - Still. The money you spend on a Mosin can be better spent on a…  [+] (9 new replies) 01/27/2015 on Im Not Scared at All 0
User avatar #73 - roflbacon (01/27/2015) [-]
So you mean to tell me that you can take the $100 you would spend on a mosin and buy a $500 glock 17? You would trade a $100 7.62x54R rifle for a $500 9mm? I think it's you that doesn't know much about guns and you think the little you know is great so you go around shoving your misinformed opinions down others throats.
User avatar #74 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/27/2015) [-]
Never said the price points were equivalent. Average price on a Mosin is ~$125-$175
I'm just saying, I would save that cash and put it towards a newer gun. Doesn't have to be a Glock. I am just a Glock enthusiast in the polymer pistols category. But yes, dickweed, I would trade a 9mm for a 54R round any day. I would trade a 9mm for any caliber from a BLOT ACTION rifle. Because by the time you fire a shot, pull the bolt and chamber a round, then raise it again, I would have fired of roughly 10-15 rounds of 9mm your direction. Caliber doesn't mean dick if you cant fire it off. And in a high stress situation, such as a home invasion, your almost 98% likely NOT to hit the intruder on your first shot. My point reiterated: Better to have 17 rounds (plus the easy ability to carry 34 more in 2 mags) of a medium powered pistol than to have 5 large calibers that you wouldn't be alive to use.
User avatar #117 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Well yes that argument has been used before, why not have more rounds of something? Well sir typically home invasions aren't at a range where you would miss, would you care to source your information?
User avatar #118 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2010/07/robert-farago/how-many-bullets-do-you-need-in-your-home-defense-handgun/
Read this article first, a lot of info on what I am talking about is in there
Then: Realize that a "cool under pressure" person, is likely NEVER to be a normal civilian, even one with fairly extensive training in firearms. In fact, even TRAINED LEOs miss 70-80% of the shots that they fire (source: www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2014/09/26/fbi-training-division-justifies-9mm-caliber-selection/ )
More rounds = more chances. And in the article it states most gun fights go down like this: 3 rounds, 3 seconds, 3 yards. If you can shoot a Mosin 3 times in 3 seconds, you might as well call up Jerry Miculek and let him know your now the worlds fastest shot. Like I said, the Glock isn't ideal. Maybe a semi auto shotgun or an AR15 with a 10.5" barrel, but for many of us a semi auto handgun is affordable and practical. And you are likely far better off having the odds in YOUR favor, then by being a "retroenthusiast" and having the shit hit the fan when you can't afford it.

And just as a side note, every time I hear a /b/ or /k/ story about the so called "Glorious Nugget" I cringe. Fucking thing is a relic. treat it as such. its the USSR version of basically a fucking flint lock musket. I'd be much more intimidated by a guy wielding an AK, AR, Sig 556, SCAR 16 or any other modern battle rifle than I would be from a dude wearing camo pants and a wife beater holding a wooden rifle invented in 1891
User avatar #119 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
This is obvious information my friend. No one here is advocating that the mosin is a weapon that rivals modern assault rifles, but you're putting it in categories that it isn't in. Browsing 4chan doesn't give you knowledge above gun owners. What's wrong for praising the mosin for what it is, a fine bolt action rifle. You like glocks that's great, some people like mosins, both sling lead who cares just ease up on the mosin hating.
User avatar #120 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
First off: I've been a gun owner since I was 18. I've been actively shooting since I was 12, and own a fairly extensive collection so far. so dont just think im some /b/ tard who plays too much COD and knows 3 weapons from it. I personally prefer revolvers to shoot, but my carry is a glock for capacity reason.
Second: The original comment was "I sleep soundly with my Nugget at night" Thus implying it as a home defense weapon, so it ABSOLUTELY falls into the category as an AR15 and others because it is being used as a defensive weapon, not a collectors item/enthusiast piece.
Listen, my favorite 2 pistols are my S&W 629 (6" .44 Mag revolver) and my S&W 686 that I bought ON my 21st birthday (6" .357 Mag revolver, customized with Pau Ferro wood grips). They are crisp with recoil, clean looking, fun to shoot. But they are what they are: range guns. Love them, but they are too bulky to carry, and too low in capacity and fire rate to protect me at home. I'm not arguing that a Mosin has NO place in the gun world. I get it, it has its followers and its supporters. But I just personally don't believe it is a suitable home defense weapon
User avatar #121 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
The fact that you have to prove yourself and assert that your opinion is correct says enough. I don't give enough of a shit to continue this conversation, you prefer glocks over a mosin but you're just one person, there thousands that have more experience with firearms than you or me. Some prefer a mosin, others a glock, for home defense it comes down to personal choice. Finite
User avatar #122 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
No Its not the point of trying to prove myself right. Its the point of proving that there are few, if any, that believe a bolt action rifle is ideal for home defense. If you can find 1 credible source (actual experience, or LEO/military/CQB defense training) that says they prefer a bolt action Mosin or any similar type rifle, I'll take back what I said and admit I'm wrong. But until then, and as it stands, a Mosin is best left on the wall
User avatar #123 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Look it up yourself, it'll be easy enough to find. The fact still stands that you're going off of your opinion.
#52 - Get with the times dude. Mosin is a relic and a WW2 left over …  [+] (12 new replies) 01/27/2015 on Im Not Scared at All 0
User avatar #72 - Airmanator (01/27/2015) [-]
I own an NPAP AK47. Eat shit. I'm just making a joke.
User avatar #54 - roflbacon (01/27/2015) [-]
He's talking about home defense dipshit. He never said it was better than any modern rifle in war. Learn to keep your opinions to yourself son
User avatar #71 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/27/2015) [-]
Still. The money you spend on a Mosin can be better spent on a Glock 17/21. Far superior. I just hate that stupid following for the mosins, which is usually by uneducated guntards who know about 3 weapons of WW2, and call every black polymer gun a Glock
User avatar #73 - roflbacon (01/27/2015) [-]
So you mean to tell me that you can take the $100 you would spend on a mosin and buy a $500 glock 17? You would trade a $100 7.62x54R rifle for a $500 9mm? I think it's you that doesn't know much about guns and you think the little you know is great so you go around shoving your misinformed opinions down others throats.
User avatar #74 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/27/2015) [-]
Never said the price points were equivalent. Average price on a Mosin is ~$125-$175
I'm just saying, I would save that cash and put it towards a newer gun. Doesn't have to be a Glock. I am just a Glock enthusiast in the polymer pistols category. But yes, dickweed, I would trade a 9mm for a 54R round any day. I would trade a 9mm for any caliber from a BLOT ACTION rifle. Because by the time you fire a shot, pull the bolt and chamber a round, then raise it again, I would have fired of roughly 10-15 rounds of 9mm your direction. Caliber doesn't mean dick if you cant fire it off. And in a high stress situation, such as a home invasion, your almost 98% likely NOT to hit the intruder on your first shot. My point reiterated: Better to have 17 rounds (plus the easy ability to carry 34 more in 2 mags) of a medium powered pistol than to have 5 large calibers that you wouldn't be alive to use.
User avatar #117 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Well yes that argument has been used before, why not have more rounds of something? Well sir typically home invasions aren't at a range where you would miss, would you care to source your information?
User avatar #118 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2010/07/robert-farago/how-many-bullets-do-you-need-in-your-home-defense-handgun/
Read this article first, a lot of info on what I am talking about is in there
Then: Realize that a "cool under pressure" person, is likely NEVER to be a normal civilian, even one with fairly extensive training in firearms. In fact, even TRAINED LEOs miss 70-80% of the shots that they fire (source: www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2014/09/26/fbi-training-division-justifies-9mm-caliber-selection/ )
More rounds = more chances. And in the article it states most gun fights go down like this: 3 rounds, 3 seconds, 3 yards. If you can shoot a Mosin 3 times in 3 seconds, you might as well call up Jerry Miculek and let him know your now the worlds fastest shot. Like I said, the Glock isn't ideal. Maybe a semi auto shotgun or an AR15 with a 10.5" barrel, but for many of us a semi auto handgun is affordable and practical. And you are likely far better off having the odds in YOUR favor, then by being a "retroenthusiast" and having the shit hit the fan when you can't afford it.

And just as a side note, every time I hear a /b/ or /k/ story about the so called "Glorious Nugget" I cringe. Fucking thing is a relic. treat it as such. its the USSR version of basically a fucking flint lock musket. I'd be much more intimidated by a guy wielding an AK, AR, Sig 556, SCAR 16 or any other modern battle rifle than I would be from a dude wearing camo pants and a wife beater holding a wooden rifle invented in 1891
User avatar #119 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
This is obvious information my friend. No one here is advocating that the mosin is a weapon that rivals modern assault rifles, but you're putting it in categories that it isn't in. Browsing 4chan doesn't give you knowledge above gun owners. What's wrong for praising the mosin for what it is, a fine bolt action rifle. You like glocks that's great, some people like mosins, both sling lead who cares just ease up on the mosin hating.
User avatar #120 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
First off: I've been a gun owner since I was 18. I've been actively shooting since I was 12, and own a fairly extensive collection so far. so dont just think im some /b/ tard who plays too much COD and knows 3 weapons from it. I personally prefer revolvers to shoot, but my carry is a glock for capacity reason.
Second: The original comment was "I sleep soundly with my Nugget at night" Thus implying it as a home defense weapon, so it ABSOLUTELY falls into the category as an AR15 and others because it is being used as a defensive weapon, not a collectors item/enthusiast piece.
Listen, my favorite 2 pistols are my S&W 629 (6" .44 Mag revolver) and my S&W 686 that I bought ON my 21st birthday (6" .357 Mag revolver, customized with Pau Ferro wood grips). They are crisp with recoil, clean looking, fun to shoot. But they are what they are: range guns. Love them, but they are too bulky to carry, and too low in capacity and fire rate to protect me at home. I'm not arguing that a Mosin has NO place in the gun world. I get it, it has its followers and its supporters. But I just personally don't believe it is a suitable home defense weapon
User avatar #121 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
The fact that you have to prove yourself and assert that your opinion is correct says enough. I don't give enough of a shit to continue this conversation, you prefer glocks over a mosin but you're just one person, there thousands that have more experience with firearms than you or me. Some prefer a mosin, others a glock, for home defense it comes down to personal choice. Finite
User avatar #122 - VikingSharkPANCH (01/28/2015) [-]
No Its not the point of trying to prove myself right. Its the point of proving that there are few, if any, that believe a bolt action rifle is ideal for home defense. If you can find 1 credible source (actual experience, or LEO/military/CQB defense training) that says they prefer a bolt action Mosin or any similar type rifle, I'll take back what I said and admit I'm wrong. But until then, and as it stands, a Mosin is best left on the wall
User avatar #123 - roflbacon (01/28/2015) [-]
Look it up yourself, it'll be easy enough to find. The fact still stands that you're going off of your opinion.
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