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Michiru is best

Also, if you have any questions regarding Visual novels, I will do my best to assist you.

I know its weebish, but Visual novels have helped cheer me up on some bad days, and I would like for more people to experience them.

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#193 - source?  [+] (5 new replies) 10 hours ago on Are you the 14%? +1
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#222 - admjgg (9 hours ago) [-]
www.tsumino.com/Book/Info/15557/1/to-love-hi-maximum-tolove

All the quality To Love Ru porn on the planet and its the crappy mindbreak expansion one. FML.
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#226 - OtisMcWonderful (8 hours ago) [-]
Jesus. That one's awful. I now regret checking my comment to see if someone else knew the sauce.
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#229 - admjgg (8 hours ago) [-]
Seriously though, look up the character. Lala Satalin Deviluke (although I'm sure you knew that already.) So many quality doujins. That was the only bad one I came across during my search.
#230 - OtisMcWonderful (8 hours ago) [-]
Yeah. I know the character. I've never seen the anime or read the manga though. I don't think I've ever read any of the doujin or H manga either.
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#195 - OtisMcWonderful (10 hours ago) [-]
Lala of To-LOVE-ru. I don't know what that image actually from though. SauceNao and Tineye give basically nothing.
#23687 - I don't know anything about making this sort of stuff, but if …  [+] (1 new reply) 11 hours ago on /guns/ board 0
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#23688 - Sewallman (9 hours ago) [-]
Milling out an 80% lower costs you $50-80 for the lower if you already have the tools and jigs. A cheap jig will run around $75. You can buy rifle kits for about $380, so a person who's new to it will spend $550 at most on their first rifle and $100 on the tools. That's still a $650 rifle.

After that, you can easily make one for $450, I suggest buying a drop in trigger and a better stock/hand grip. That's still $650 for a better quality rifle.

Buying complete lowers will run you around $200-$250ish for good shit, then buying an upper can cost as much as $600. That's a $200 difference for what you could get if you did all the work yourself. I'll stick to milling because it's economically wise and no trace to my door step for when they come knocking.
#20724 - nice party dadmin 11 hours ago on Admin's Lemon Party 0
#20666 - DICK ME DADY 11 hours ago on Admin's Lemon Party 0
#23685 - >a chance no, she will, and i think she will proba…  [+] (3 new replies) 11 hours ago on /guns/ board 0
#23686 - Sewallman (11 hours ago) [-]
I picked this up at harbor freight today. I'm hoping it'll make trigger guards and magwell roll pins a fuck ton easier. Thoughts?
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#23687 - lgninjaleetful (11 hours ago) [-]
I don't know anything about making this sort of stuff, but if it works it works.

I just put my money down and buy complete lowers, and skip the bullshit. I've built uppers though, as its much easier to do, with an armorer's wrench. You should get an armorer's wrench if you haven't
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#23688 - Sewallman (9 hours ago) [-]
Milling out an 80% lower costs you $50-80 for the lower if you already have the tools and jigs. A cheap jig will run around $75. You can buy rifle kits for about $380, so a person who's new to it will spend $550 at most on their first rifle and $100 on the tools. That's still a $650 rifle.

After that, you can easily make one for $450, I suggest buying a drop in trigger and a better stock/hand grip. That's still $650 for a better quality rifle.

Buying complete lowers will run you around $200-$250ish for good shit, then buying an upper can cost as much as $600. That's a $200 difference for what you could get if you did all the work yourself. I'll stick to milling because it's economically wise and no trace to my door step for when they come knocking.
#23683 - Picture  [+] (5 new replies) 12 hours ago on /guns/ board 0
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#23684 - Sewallman (12 hours ago) [-]
Don't have a .308 jig yet

Since Hillary has a chance of entering, I'm trying to upgrade my invisible options, one for me, the wife and a few friends just in case of civil disorder.

The problem with PSA right now, is everything they have runs out of stock pretty fast. They're a known name to sell quality parts for cheap moneys, and they have hundreds of reviews backing them. Everyone is in a muh gun scare, much like myself but I found the link in the first comment after trying to find something that wasn't back ordered by 3-10 weeks. palmettostatearmory.com/h2-80-billet-ar-15-lower-receiver.html
#23685 - lgninjaleetful (11 hours ago) [-]
>a chance

no, she will, and i think she will probably win too, the power backing her is more than we know. Though i still hope Trump wins, as he will help the 2nd amendment community, and above all, he is for america, and people like you and I.

I am doing the same with my options, in addition to my dpms ar-10 lower, i bought another complete AR-10 lower from these guys here - www.nextlevelarms.com/index.html

So im going to have 2 .308 battle rifles, my AR-15 and ak, and some sidearms, i have the bare minimum for arming my family and some neighbors if need be in the events of the happening.

Ive given up on PSA, i was gonna use some of their lowers a year ago, but some bad customer service turned me off, and now they have nothing in stock, so i look elsewhere
#23686 - Sewallman (11 hours ago) [-]
I picked this up at harbor freight today. I'm hoping it'll make trigger guards and magwell roll pins a fuck ton easier. Thoughts?
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#23687 - lgninjaleetful (11 hours ago) [-]
I don't know anything about making this sort of stuff, but if it works it works.

I just put my money down and buy complete lowers, and skip the bullshit. I've built uppers though, as its much easier to do, with an armorer's wrench. You should get an armorer's wrench if you haven't
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#23688 - Sewallman (9 hours ago) [-]
Milling out an 80% lower costs you $50-80 for the lower if you already have the tools and jigs. A cheap jig will run around $75. You can buy rifle kits for about $380, so a person who's new to it will spend $550 at most on their first rifle and $100 on the tools. That's still a $650 rifle.

After that, you can easily make one for $450, I suggest buying a drop in trigger and a better stock/hand grip. That's still $650 for a better quality rifle.

Buying complete lowers will run you around $200-$250ish for good shit, then buying an upper can cost as much as $600. That's a $200 difference for what you could get if you did all the work yourself. I'll stick to milling because it's economically wise and no trace to my door step for when they come knocking.
#23682 - I'd rather just go with palmetto Anderson **** has be… 12 hours ago on /guns/ board 0
#216688 - well, good to know you are gonna grow to be one of the many si… 12 hours ago on Advice - love advice,... 0
#216687 - Yeah, i was in the same boat, back when i went to a private &q…  [+] (1 new reply) 12 hours ago on Advice - love advice,... 0
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#216706 - pawswurd (2 hours ago) [-]
currently in enrolled in a private christian school. I thought i was the only one who thought this
#23680 - >anderson >worth even 10 cents memefam  [+] (8 new replies) 12 hours ago on /guns/ board 0
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#23681 - Sewallman (12 hours ago) [-]
Their 80%ers are alright. As for their other stuff, I can't back personally.
#23683 - lgninjaleetful (12 hours ago) [-]
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#23684 - Sewallman (12 hours ago) [-]
Don't have a .308 jig yet

Since Hillary has a chance of entering, I'm trying to upgrade my invisible options, one for me, the wife and a few friends just in case of civil disorder.

The problem with PSA right now, is everything they have runs out of stock pretty fast. They're a known name to sell quality parts for cheap moneys, and they have hundreds of reviews backing them. Everyone is in a muh gun scare, much like myself but I found the link in the first comment after trying to find something that wasn't back ordered by 3-10 weeks. palmettostatearmory.com/h2-80-billet-ar-15-lower-receiver.html
#23685 - lgninjaleetful (11 hours ago) [-]
>a chance

no, she will, and i think she will probably win too, the power backing her is more than we know. Though i still hope Trump wins, as he will help the 2nd amendment community, and above all, he is for america, and people like you and I.

I am doing the same with my options, in addition to my dpms ar-10 lower, i bought another complete AR-10 lower from these guys here - www.nextlevelarms.com/index.html

So im going to have 2 .308 battle rifles, my AR-15 and ak, and some sidearms, i have the bare minimum for arming my family and some neighbors if need be in the events of the happening.

Ive given up on PSA, i was gonna use some of their lowers a year ago, but some bad customer service turned me off, and now they have nothing in stock, so i look elsewhere
#23686 - Sewallman (11 hours ago) [-]
I picked this up at harbor freight today. I'm hoping it'll make trigger guards and magwell roll pins a fuck ton easier. Thoughts?
User avatar
#23687 - lgninjaleetful (11 hours ago) [-]
I don't know anything about making this sort of stuff, but if it works it works.

I just put my money down and buy complete lowers, and skip the bullshit. I've built uppers though, as its much easier to do, with an armorer's wrench. You should get an armorer's wrench if you haven't
User avatar
#23688 - Sewallman (9 hours ago) [-]
Milling out an 80% lower costs you $50-80 for the lower if you already have the tools and jigs. A cheap jig will run around $75. You can buy rifle kits for about $380, so a person who's new to it will spend $550 at most on their first rifle and $100 on the tools. That's still a $650 rifle.

After that, you can easily make one for $450, I suggest buying a drop in trigger and a better stock/hand grip. That's still $650 for a better quality rifle.

Buying complete lowers will run you around $200-$250ish for good shit, then buying an upper can cost as much as $600. That's a $200 difference for what you could get if you did all the work yourself. I'll stick to milling because it's economically wise and no trace to my door step for when they come knocking.
#23682 - lgninjaleetful (12 hours ago) [-]
I'd rather just go with palmetto

Anderson shit has been known to fail at higher temperature, as well as QC problems.

basically you get what you pay for

AR-10's are in season now Fam