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There's no discharge in the war!

File: 414b394553d75cd⋯.png (3.61 MB, 1425x1842, 475:614, Slavshit Tactics.png)

9facea  No.480825[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Let's have a PDF thread going. Going to dump some stuff I have.

http://docdro.id/fyrncHU

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c47029  No.688706

I need information on explosives. Particularly how to turn bikes, storage units, vehicles, and other property into baited traps ready to explode. At the very least I'd like to know how to make and rig flashbangs so the the thieves practically go deaf.

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16daab  No.665502[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Welcome to /k/

If you're looking for gun history, terms, the basics to gun laws, or what gun you should buy next, go here: http://amagicalplace.wikia.com/wiki/Sticky#

Other board of interest:

>>>/wrol/

Rules: https://8kun.top/k/rules.html

Check the sticky before posting.

All random questions about guns go in the QTDDTOT thread.

Please check the Catalog before posting and avoid duplicate threads.

Tripfags need not apply; see rule 7

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9a1105  No.688730

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941a11  No.688172[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>Dems want to introduce the most draconian gun laws in the entire US

>Bill would ban not only magazines over 10 rounds, but any firearm that can accept anything over 10 rounds, basically banning literally every firearm with a detachable box-magazine, including handguns, and even tube-fed rifles as well. My SMLE would technically be illegal, and so will my Marlin Model 60

>Also banning any firearm that can accept the following:

<a folding or telescoping stock

<pistol grip

<thumbhole stock

<second handgrip or a protruding grip that can be held by the non-trigger hand

<bayonet mount

<grenade/flare launcher

<a suppressor

<flash suppressor

<muzzle break

<compensator

<threaded barrels

<any characteristic of like kind, which is left open to the individual to determine if they’re in violation of the proposed law.

>This includes handguns

>Shotguns with the ability to accept detachable magazines or having a fixed capacity of over seven rounds would also become illegal to own.

>Proposed Senate Bill 18 makes it illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to buy any firearm, as well as making it illegal under this age to own a handgun. This bill would also require background checks for gun sales between two private citizens, with an exemption for immediate family members.

>SB 18 makes it a felony to leave a loaded gun in such a manner as to endanger the life of any person under the age of 18. This bill would also make it a crime for any person to authorize a child under the age of 18 to use a firearm without the direct supervision of an adult.

>Senate Bill 64 states that a person is guilty of a felonious paramilitary activity if that person teaches or demonstrates the use or applicatiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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941a11  No.688752

>>688751

He's a big guy.

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14bbc9  No.688754

File: da45f09b76e9e65⋯.jpg (169.18 KB, 1024x683, 1024:683, 1579571656680.jpg)

They brought shields too

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0aae61  No.688755

>>688254

Bombs away, Mr. McVeigh.

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daebd7  No.688757

>nothing happened

Boring. Why are mutts all bark and no bite?

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e28e24  No.688762

So what's the current status? I haven't kept myself up to date with Virginia's fuckery.

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File: d3c4de6f1ffe8c4⋯.pdf (4.53 MB, 001 Description of Manufac….pdf)

File: d7a1b07a828954f⋯.pdf (1.06 MB, 002 Block, Trunnion., Asse….pdf)

File: b1b8d9ed86280b6⋯.pdf (2.2 MB, 003 Bolt Assembly.pdf)

File: 2adf847319099ff⋯.pdf (4.22 MB, 004 Casing Assembly.pdf)

119315  No.592866[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

There is a fuck ton of firearms blueprints on the net, but there seems to be few complete blueprints. So lets start a thread for Anons to post complete blueprints in.

Lets start with the Browning 1919A4 Machine gun.

Please note that there are 26 sets of blueprints for this weapon, not including the 11 different sets of blueprints for the M2 .30 cal tripod.

This will take a while to upload due to the anti-flooding feature.

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923ae9  No.688708

In case you're not aware, publicly sharing models of 3D printable guns is now illegal in the US. Not saying you shouldn't do it, just be careful while doing so. VPNs, etc.

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d3cb0f  No.688709

>>688708

proof?

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000000  No.688710

>>688708

law #?

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923ae9  No.688711

>>688710

>>688709

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/3d-printed-guns-blueprints-online-illegal-federal-judge-seattle-defeat-trump-administration-2019-11-13/

There's the first link I saw. My understanding is that it's still legal to share 3D printable gun schematics among closed groups, but illegal to do so publicly. Obviously this is quite vague and we'll see where it goes. Anyway, IMO sharing such links and schematics are useful and helpful and everyone should have access to them. But the law disagrees. So when you're doing so, please be careful.

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491998  No.688758

>>688708

No it isn't, and if it was, why would you comply?

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80f2dc  No.688745[Reply]

Hey dudes.

Pardon me if this is a stupid and/or noob question. I was wondering about the viability of getting a handgun at age 18. According to the ATF, it is possible to acquire such a weapon before the age of 21, provided you buy it from an unlicensed vendor (at least that is how I read it). How would one go about getting one though? Are the guys at Gun Shows for example considered unlicensed?

I live in Georgia, so I don't think there should be any cucked state laws to get in my way. I do not plan on carrying or anything, I just want to be able to take it to the range and such. Any input here would be helpful.

(It may seem like I am just too lazy to do real research, but in reality I am incredibly stupid and don't want to fuck myself over.)

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18ab0a  No.688753

>>688745

Pretty much just going to echo what the first guy said.

>You CAN buy a handgun at 18, if your state allows it

>It will have to be from a private seller, and can't be from an FFL

>Some people at gun shows MAY be private sellers who would be able to sell to you (if gun shows by you are anything like mine though, they are mostly FFLs)

Your best bet is probably going to be armslist. That being said, a bunch of people, if not most, will be gay and think they can't sell to you under 21 (even if they legally can). I went through the same problem as you before I turned 21, and this is what I did:

>Look up your laws and see if you actually can buy a handgun in a private sale under 21 in your state

>Find listing on armslist that doesn't specifically mention selling to over 21, and is reasonably priced

>Offer the asking price

>Be accommodating in arranging the buy, be respectful and use proper grammar

>Don't mention that you are under 21 (Why would you if the legal age to buy a pistol in your state is 18? Would you mention that you were 24 if you were trying to buy a rifle? No, its unnecessary information)

>Show up with cash, don't look/act trashy or autistic

>If they say they can't sell it to you, confidently explain whatever state laws apply to private sales. Have them printed out and highlighted

I bought a bunch of handguns between 18 and 21, and this worked every single time. I did not have a carry permit then either. The most important part is being confident. Every single guy I bought from was a megafudd who didn't think it was legal to sell to someone under 21 until I explained and showed them the actual laws.

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c30f7a  No.688756

Private purchase, 80%s, putting a conversion cylinder in a cap and ball revolver (not a firearm till it accepts fixed cartridges) and being given them by ATF agents.

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729266  No.688759

Use the god damn QTDDTOT, Jesus. Why is it so difficult for newfags to follow this simple rule? If we let every retard make an entire thread just to ask a question, the catalog will be cancer.

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9b482a  No.688760

>>688759

My mistake. I will go to QTDDTOT next time. I wouldn't want to dirty your 1pph board.

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729266  No.688761

>>688760

>low pph is an excuse to ignore the rules and create entire threads for 1-line questions

We were sitting around 200-270 ISPs and dozens of posts per hour before retardmonkey decided to change the site name and become assbuddies with the feds. If you want to blame someone for low activity, blame him and his mongoloid father

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ffb796  No.688671[Reply]

I made one of these threads back on the old 8ch before the site shut down

Guess i'll post it again and have it slowly get one reply every 9 months

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ffb796  No.688674

File: 59209f462a42a57⋯.jpg (144 KB, 680x650, 68:65, NATO Spec Ops.jpg)

File: ea801ddad0ce8d0⋯.jpg (172.49 KB, 680x650, 68:65, PKM Heavy.jpg)

File: 8783c5b7ff65348⋯.jpg (128.08 KB, 680x650, 68:65, REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE….jpg)

File: bf233fa01bffa02⋯.jpg (169.34 KB, 680x650, 68:65, SAS Soldier.jpg)

File: f62fc7129362195⋯.jpg (215.53 KB, 680x650, 68:65, Sasha.jpg)

a few more

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ffb796  No.688675

File: cbd062a907eece5⋯.jpg (160.86 KB, 680x650, 68:65, Sniper...again..jpg)

File: cc8577794793a06⋯.jpg (142.37 KB, 680x650, 68:65, Support.jpg)

File: e8682b527ab47a1⋯.jpg (130.75 KB, 680x650, 68:65, VIP bodyguard.jpg)

the last of them

https://innawoods.net/

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c71e29  No.688677

File: 44e37ddcc387c4c⋯.png (647.61 KB, 674x641, 674:641, bt.png)

>>688671

Let's get this thread started

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ffb796  No.688686

>>688677

If i saw that other innawoods thread, i wouldn't have made this one and killed a thread.

I'm sorry.

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10319d  No.688733

File: de52b1fdb47e9ff⋯.jpg (165.82 KB, 680x650, 68:65, NBC.jpg)

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File: 9759c275352b089⋯.jpg (36.51 KB, 1024x800, 32:25, Szabla-Cold-Steel-Polish-S….jpg)

5e4e79  No.676122[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Sabers, saber fencing, sharpening, storage.

>Which fencing school is superior, and why it is Polish-Hungarian,

>Why (((they))) killed Laszlo Borsody in 1939 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/László_Borsody,

>Is gamey sports fencing actual fencing,

>Why Potop has the best fencing scene (you're swinging it like a flail), and why the fuck is movie so long holy shit,

>Is Cold Steel polish saber worth it, or a piece of 1.15kg 1055 trash,

>What to buy then, and why everything but chink shit is so expensive,

>Why moulinets are no good unless you are mounted, and is parry-repost a valid overpowering tactic,

>Is it better to have a sharpened saber (ready to go, can easily slaughter bottles, rolled mats and chalk zombie heads) or dull (good and safe for training, only need to invest in 350+N power mask for you and your sparring buddy), or two different ones,

and other interesting questions in this time's

SABER THREAD

Feel free to swing by.

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9e0d27  No.678426

>>676122

Is there a difference between typical olympic saber fencing and Potop-tier Cossack saber fencing like in >>676123 if one were to look for a club/school?

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a55950  No.678428

>>678426

Olympic saber fencing uses basically lightweight toy, which doesn't translate to real techniques.

It's like kendo to kenjutsu.

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9e0d27  No.678430

>>678428

So if I wanted to locate a real saber club/school, how would I differentiate between the two? Would they call themselves historical/HEMA/renaissance/etc or any other terms that would make identification easier?

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a55950  No.678431

>>678430

Basically, if they use a foil to train, and never change to at least blunt steel sabers, it's useless.

For actual guilds, there are polish saber school and there is HEMA that teaches saber fighting.

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e64483  No.688725

File: 98cb2fd959f86a0⋯.jpg (55.79 KB, 1024x465, 1024:465, WVMUkdl.jpg)

>>676122

>moulinets

Moulinets are best used for practicing cuts, or chaining a series of cuts together.

>>676124

I like the Osborn and Gunby non-regulation variant of the 1796 for the bladeshape. Pic related.

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e4cfea  No.682759[Reply]

MEGA Quakes like this destroy society. Roving gangs, no cops etc. What are your best guns to survive and be used during mega quakes?

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972569  No.687240

>>687176

>Just stand on a hovering F-35B during an Earthquake if you want to shoot straight so badly you homophobe.

>hovering.

>HOVERBIKE

I like your funny idea mate. I think it is possible to create our own hover bikes to hover over quaking lands so we don't need the balloon to float ourselves after all.

>Death squads riding on the hover bikes through the shaking towns to shoot at the niggers for lolz.

Can you imagine that?

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e5173a  No.687410

File: a6b5bc113bcd580⋯.png (1.29 MB, 1500x1061, 1500:1061, sad_rain_reflection.png)

>>687192

Kami-sama has cursed Nippon with 3 intersecting tectonic plates so the Ningen don't get uppity and think they're above the Kami.

>>687240

<tfw no back to the future hoverboard drive bys

Goddamnit I'd rather live in some 80s cyberpunk dystopia future than the current time.

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749dd7  No.687647

>>687125

MILKOR 40MM Mark 1

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1c16dd  No.687967

>>687410

>I'd rather live in some 80s cyberpunk dystopia future

Don't cling the negative mood. We need the technological eco-utopia future.

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ef9798  No.688719

File: 849d00d14a132fa⋯.jpg (776.15 KB, 1068x713, 1068:713, PR quake.jpg)

>>682759

>be puerto rico

>be american territory where people celebrate holidays by firing full auto AK into the air

>have many earthquakes last week, and expected more in the near future

>have many illegal/unregistered firearms

I am surprised more people are not operating inna quake zone like it's STALKER but all the buildings are trying to kill you while you scavenge food and artifacts

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f21648  No.684856[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What's your current project? Are you addicted to building? How many have you done?

Currently working on: Glock 20

Ordered: Glock 19

Issues: Glock 20 SF parts needed to be bought because I started with a non-SF parts kit.

Wants to build in the future: AR-15, AR-10.

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741b29  No.688657

File: b27ab49f1fa7c5e⋯.jpg (321.63 KB, 3072x1648, 192:103, some springs and sheeit.jpg)

>>688599

just to confirm, because the part looks correct and not in any way damaged or deformed pic related is the case, so I would check to see what is going on. I have in some very rare cases seen bent/broken catches from the factory, but this sounds like something else.

Also when you pull the bolt to the rear you are

>depressing the nub

>charging the rifle

not

<charging the rifle then

<depressing the nub to hold it

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4de277  No.688658

>>688657

I get a partial hold or no hold at all with both the magazine and manually pressing the nub.

When trying to manually lock the bolt, I am pulling the charging handle all the way back and holding it, then pushing and holding the nub, then gently moving the handle back until it catches, and then letting go.

I have never seen the catch do any better than snag the very tips of the bottom two lugs in any situation except for when I used a punch that was smaller than the roll pin in place of the roll pin. When I did that, the catch didn't come up as high as I've seen it in pictures of working ARs, but it was probably high enough to do the job. The only thing that tells me is that the upper receiver probably isn't interfering with the catch. I doubted that was the issue but I've heard of one case.

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8a0956  No.688665

>>688658

Try just holding the bolt catch then charging the rifle with the nub down, that might help. Also does it rise correctly with the upper removed and a magazine inserted?

It does not actually need to snag too much, as long as it consistently holds. I am assuming you built this from an 80% lower? Sometimes those have design flaws, and I would investigate if the outside of the receiver is filed down/open enough to allow the catch to move all the way (pivot into side - up onto bolt).

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7da869  No.688696

>>688665

It seemed to move the same with and without the upper on. I tried holding the catch up by the nub while closing the upper on top of it and if the catch was pushed down, it wasn't enough to be noticable.

I'm not sure what holding it up while charging would do. Wouldn't the back of the bolt run into it?

It is an 80% reciever. I actually just got a new buffer retainer and tried to install it because I did something stupid and broke the first one. It didn't fit, not even close. I tried the retainer from an oops kit I bought, same thing. I tried the original and found the fit was so close that the retainer trapped some air under it, and it acted like an air spring even without the regular spring under it. I had to sand it down, removing the coating completely, to get the new one to fit. At this point, I'm fairly sure the lower is out of tolerance in multiple areas.

I got a new catch with the other parts I ordered and it actually works. It doesn't sit as high as the catch in some pictures I've seen but it functions correctly. I'm going to stick with this. I'll let the company know what happened, and I plan on trying 80%s from 5D Tactical next, although if anyone has recommendations I'd love to hear them. At least I finally have a 100% functional rifle.

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b01489  No.688707

>>688696

>I'm not sure what holding it up while charging would do. Wouldn't the back of the bolt run into it?

because of the slanty edge on the front of the catch, the bolt rides over it, then locks on the forward motion. as long as you have 100% retention on bolt return, rifle is fine.

Almost every part of an AR should be able to be installed with bear hands, the only parts that need torque wrenches/special tools are the nut that holds the barrel on, and the buffer tube. Carbine style buffers are a little harder to install because of the plate that nees to be set before a nut can be placed to tighten it down. The only punches you need are the punches for installing pins, everything else just takes patients and good dexterity.

Out of curiosity, what kind of 80% brand were you using so other anons can try to avoid it?

IIRC I used an Anderson arms bare aluminum for my first build, but I accidentally the hole wrong (made it too big), and the first time I shot the rifle, my trigger pin actually popped out of my gun at the range. I just picked it up and put it back in, but I will make sure the next 80% I do I actually try to drill the holes straight through. The first time the left and right sides were not aligned, so I just made the hole bigger to make the pin level with the trigger, that was a mistake, but I had very little machining experience at the time.

Also do not use spray can high temp paint, because it melts off when it comes in contact with CLP. On the other hand, I have a receiver that looks like it saw actual combat ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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c9e7e7  No.673653[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What's your favorite camouflage pattern?

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cdfee0  No.684591

>>681374

Could you even come up with a consistent training program for that?

That seems like something that would vary widely based on the individual soldier's level of perception and/or how good their eyesight is.

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af5274  No.685652

what happened

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af5274  No.685653

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b3263a  No.688685

M81 Woodland.

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d9c093  No.688702

>>684549

>Why is raindrop pattern so good? I like it, but I don't get it.

Just like other camouflage patterns, it uses colors that looks different depending on how the light falls on it. The part of your body that has a shadow cast onto it, looks different than the part where the sun shines onto etc. so despite it only having two similar colors, there are a lot more color shades seen by the human eye if it is worn in the field. Now the rain stripes additionally separate the colors into different random fields and cause a slight 3D effect, that together with the different shades of the colors blurs out the shape for the human eye.

Its the best pattern you can do before you get into camouflage pattern composed of dots, hence why you usually don't see the rain stripes on flecktarn type camouflage patterns as the dots do the same effect.

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020257  No.687096[Reply]

I have been looking online for an answer to this question and I have had no luck with finding out.

Is the silver finish less durable or something else?

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6e2211  No.687123

>>687096

Same as the Sig BSS guns being more expensive than the TSS guns. Both slides are made out of the same material, that being a stainless alloy, but the blackened stainless has to be treated with a finish on top of that, thus adding more time and expense to production.

This is assuming you're talking about the G48 and G43X Black being pricier than the standard 43X/48. If you're asking why a new G48 is cheaper than a new G17 or a G21 you need to eat less paint.

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3687c7  No.687138

>>687104

lol based

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0449d9  No.687152

>>687114

True. Damn fine guns.

Guess some people don't like the aesthetics of the silver slide. If that lowers the price, all the better.

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b56789  No.688318

>>687152

Yes. The G48 is a good carry choice. Even better with the 15 round magazines.

Save money on pistol, get better mags.

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000000  No.688699

>>687108

BINGO!

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e04915  No.688648[Reply]

Hear me out guys.

What do you think the biggest piece of replica artillery one could mount in the bed of a pickup truck would be? would a 2 1/4" bore be too much? i was thinking of mounting a replica black powder cannon to a swivel in the bed of my pick up. The cannon itself weighs ~250lbs so I don't think its too unreasonable. Obviously I'm worried about the force it generates when fired. The easier option is to build/weld a tubular frame inside the truck bed. Think a roll cage in a race car only just in the bed of the truck. The main weak point with that would be how the truck bed mounts to the frame. do you think i would have to reinforce the cage to the frame? constructive criticism welcome

The main purpose of this would be for fireworks demonstrations on the 4th of July and nothing to do with happenings in VA right now

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3fc4db  No.688649

>>688648

Is it supposed to be able to be fired during movement or only during standstill? Because that's going to majorly change how much powder you can pack in there without crashing your car.

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ccaf82  No.688650

>>688649

I don't imagine this crashing or tipping a truck even if fired sideways out of the truck bed. with that being said i imagine it being fired sitting still. Probably only getting off 1 shot unless there is a safe place to reload nearby but i don't want the truck bed to break its support bolts and cut the tires when i drive away either.

i think the upsides are pretty huge though even with a single shot capacity. It's a giant deterrent for a crowd of oath breakers advancing on foot and black powder isn't federally regulated at all at any size.

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6b12ba  No.688652

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>>688648

Since this thread is totally not about Virginia, then I’ll tell you a national guard base that is not named Fort AP Hill has 2 old Pattons sitting in front of its main gate with working engines.

Also since we’re not discussing crowd control in a gun free zone against boomers, riding a horse is fun through a city street.

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799de2  No.688697

File: 14077510d4a493b⋯.mp4 (5.69 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 19th Century Cannon used i….mp4)

I think this is an example of what you're thinking of, except with a pickup

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1QNG8lnxDs

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fd0084  No.614259[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

you've been organizing the operation for months, now its time for shit to go down. what song plays in the background?

>music thread

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoty-weDtL0

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532be7  No.688683

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>614259

It doesn't matter who we are.

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532be7  No.688684

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>688683

with embed related as honorable mention.

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22810b  No.688691

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

DYEL?

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44eff8  No.688692

File: b741eb69b1796ec⋯.webm (15.35 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, danberu_the_holocaust.webm)

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9bd2b5  No.688695

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b25583  No.605582[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Just to shit on America even more, Russians came out with a 7.62 NATO general purpose machine gun that's better than M60.

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30ba7d  No.679186

>>658382

I would assume not. The AK-107 uses both sides of the the gas block, one to push the carrier back and the other to push the counter recoil forward. In OP's third picture you can clearly see the gas block pinned onto the barrel at the end of the handguard. If I had to guess this thing's claim to fame for being different is the extruded receiver like the SCAR family for production purposes. Most likely that's just a typical short or long stroke piston underneath the handguard.

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1d4770  No.684703

>>676492

I was exaggerating, but it does make failures more likely, the record in Vietnam showed that. Worst is loose ammo, second worst is soft pouches, average is something like a plastic pouch which does crack and let water/dirt in a lot, and best is steel box.

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9ae61c  No.688687

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5667ea  No.688689

>>605600

>M60 memes

At least you know what it feels like to be wrong, anon. The M60 became "bad" after 30 years of continuous service, no shit a 30 year old gun that's been through several conflicts is going to have performance issues.

The M60 was well liked when it was new and performed reliably when it was new.

>>615774

Several different companies are making M4s, same as the M16s back when they were being made. FN is not the sole supplier.

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5667ea  No.688690

>>676445

MG42/03 based on the rof? It sounds like an old cinema projector, but I really can't say. Could be a suppressed MAC-10 on a tripod for all I know.

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cbffe0  No.628552[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What SMGs are actually good? Most modern models seem like simple plastic shit that's good only for getting money from mall ninjas. Post your favorite models, discuss mechanisms and features you like in them, etc. What calibers would you wants them in?

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530139  No.670634

I came across this video, where .357sig xtreme penetrator is hitting 2100+ fps consistently from a pistol.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rFepaP_dFG4

From 9:31 on. Thats AR pistol length bbl energy levels from a pistol. Realistically, how quickly is that bullet losing energy, compared to a stubby barreled 5.56?

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e2a540  No.670635

>>668845

It's called short and weak because it's literally a shortened and weakened version of 10mm.

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2c4b4f  No.680221

bump, where'd you go Russ-friend?

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f5040c  No.681439

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MUST KILL ZOGBOTS! KILL ALL ZOGBOTS !! RIP AND TEAR! RIP AND TEAR !!!! DOTR ONLY WAY! KILL KIL KILL !!!!! KILL ZOGBOTS ZOGBOTS MUST DIE

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015ca7  No.688688

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H&K surperiority for life.

MP5 is the only way to go.

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