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There's no discharge in the war!

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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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bc7434  No.688856

File: 94a78c6c5fee86c⋯.pdf (4.76 MB, Silencers from the Home Wo….pdf)

>>688852

Silencers from the Home Workshop - Bill Holmes

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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: http://jthnx5wyvjvzsxtu.onion/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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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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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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41de31  No.688818

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>>615802

>French are French, they don't need a reason to deviate from already made agreements.

honhonhon

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432ca8  No.688851

>>674320

>Besides the fact that it's heavy, has a unusuably high rate of fire, is unnecessarily complicated and is high maintenance?

That's wrong though. You forgot to take your pills again?

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96b449  No.688858

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>>674320

get a load of this contrarian fucktard.

You do know everything you just said is demonstrably false, don't you?

The MG3 is cheap, extremely reliable and its fire rate can be adapted by changing the bolt weight. Also, weighing 11.5kg is not exactly too heavy when it comes to full-power MGs.

I absolutely hate the anti-wehraboos as much as the wehraboos themselves. Instead of hyping German engineering into the high heavens, you troglodytes reflexively assume the opposite point of view which is just as counterfactual.

If German engineering really were as terrible and overrated as you claim, how bad is Americlap engineering, then?

How awful is Russian engineering?

The world isn't black and white, and especially engineering is autistically nuanced and absolutely unsuited to these broad statements.

If you weren't literally 16 years old, you'd know that.

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4a712d  No.671460[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>maritime strike MiG-31

>launching hypersonic anti-ship missiles

Called it before 2015. The moment hypersonic anti-ship missiles were confirmed MiG-31 seemed like an ideal launching platform and as a matter of fact I was dumbfounded that an anti-ship K variant for the MiG-31 haven't existed for the last three decades.

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8e6c45  No.687645

The phillipines and saudis are buying a shitton of munitions. the flips test their ordnance in the jungles and areas where they know terrorist activity takes place. There's no war but they drop the shit over jungle knowing full well they're killing undesirables. fucking based if you ask me.

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59661e  No.688845

>>671460

Reason why not is because MiG-31 is actually needed for other duties, like intercept. That might not be true in the future.

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88692a  No.688847

>>674597

>instead of being a massive scamming+undercutting contest

But how else are you supposed to turn a profit? :-)

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726829  No.688849

Why was the Yak-141 thread shoah'd?

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bf2cda  No.688857

File: b255c8eff99ba86⋯.png (882.49 KB, 1200x786, 200:131, Corona-chan.png)

>>674597

We're living in a scam-based economy, basically.

Everything is a lie and a hoax and fraud designed to con people.

Every branch of the economy operates that way and it is truly terrifying that people have accepted this as the new normal.

It's no longer make good product -> profit

it's trick people -> profit

We can only hope Corona-chan will wipe this decadent hell-world clean.

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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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0416fe  No.688803

>>688801

Don't bitch, make it happen.

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941a11  No.688807

>>688801

Nothing happens.

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428bb9  No.688808

File: e90072445236cc9⋯.png (40.85 KB, 2121x356, 2121:356, fed vsg post.png)

pasta from the shit heap

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a10535  No.688819

>>688808

I'm hesitant to just believe what any anon says, much less one that openly claims to be a fucking fed.

This just screams bullshit.

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7d6653  No.688850

>>688808

Someone brief me on this whole clusterfuck about anglophone Al Qaida?

Did (((the media))) actually expose feds' false flag attempt?

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a5e06b  No.688832[Reply]

CBRN Equipment Thread

Promasks, Suits, gloves, boots, hoods, filters and most importantly decontamination supplies and procedures!

Also post good deals for poor anons.

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4da1ff  No.688839

File: 0255b3f97bb2863⋯.png (1.59 MB, 2020x832, 505:208, gas mask chart.png)

>>688835

Higher res.

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fa3a27  No.688840

"The Poor Mans James Bond" Volume 2 has a good book section on U.S. military chemical warfare and chemical weapons manufacture like the industrial formula for mustard gas. It also has stuff like how to make explosives, homademissiles, IEDS etc. It iis available on the internet even as freebut illegal pdf downloads

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fa3a27  No.688841

Some newspapers like "The New York Times" and the "L.A. Times" or "The Washington Post" it my have been had how to manufacture the Iraqi dusty agents that penetrate chemical weapons masks. They were apparantly made by micro pulverizing talc and certain polymers and then coating them with toxins like chemical weapons. Then they are mixed with liquid aerosol that is dispersed against enemy trrops as a chemical weapon. A good book "The Scientific Principles Of Warfare And Home Defense" had a book on chemical warfare and one on biological warfare that had a section on weaponizing anthrax and the method of aerolizing it into air tanks using air compressors could be helplful.

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f1b40f  No.688843

I read in Wikipedia about an interesting Hezbollah bombing using exploding stuff like propane tanks, methane tanks possibly even oxygen tanks to create giant truck bomb they did back in the 1980's in somewhere like Beirut, Lebanon.

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5218ee  No.688846

>>688839

Thanks, I ripped the other one from the pnd corona thread.

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b70d02  No.688070[Reply]

A thread dedicated to discussion about everything related to homemade firearms. Post plans, builds, or things that are neat.

USEFUL RESOURCES:

Gun Plans 2019: http://archive.org/details/gunplans2019

250 Paladin Press Books: http://www.mediafire.com/file/7aw8qrlwet6sc5v/PaladinPressCollection250Books.zip/file

Shovel AK47: http://www.northeastshooters.com/xen/threads/diy-shovel-ak-photo-tsunami-warning.179192/

DIY Sentry Gun: http://archive.org/details/projectsentrygun

Professor Parabellum Books: http://spee.ch/@Deterrence-Dispensed:2/ProfessorParabellum.zip

blowbAK Pistol Plans: http://archive.org/details/orions-hammer-blowbak-pistol-plans

Homemade Guns of the Philippines PDF: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ln5lsjsmh8sjwn0/Homemade-Guns-of-the-Philippines.pdf/file

USEFUL WEBSITES:

Impro Guns: http://homemadeguns.wordpress.com/

FOSSCAD: http://fosscad.org/

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9b494a  No.688190

Can we talk about Halle? I am angry at this faggot for building such nice homemade guns and then just wasting them.

Also while it was clear that he was an idiot, the whole events shows a critical drawback of the Slamfire Shotgun. The whole operation of loading a Slamfire Shotgun seems too fiddly under stress, meanwhile he had a better rate of fire using his civil war era Smith Carbine despite the fact that this one needs percussion caps to fire every single shot. The Smith Carbine also seems to outrange his Slamfire shotgun, despite being more or less the same barrel length.

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1a4227  No.688201

>>688190

He did not even testfire those guns, he just winged it and hoped for the best. Slamfire is literally a weapon of one time use, not practical for what he planned. Every load was homemade, he used low power powder and small buckshot pellets, not really a long range load.

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24da1e  No.688293

>>688070

so can someone tell me if im an idiot?

after reading the shovel ak47 i had the brilliant idea/thought experiment that "i can do that", but i cant find any prints that include dimensions/tolerances. while looking for that info i started to think about all the other parts that i would theoretically need.

everything seems possible with time and patience. i suspect the most challenging part to produce at home is the barrel. i suspect i would need to modify my lathes tail stock to accept a gun-drill. i would need to buy a gun drill. along with a rifling button and chamber ream. between the lathe, mill, and press i already own everything else seems fairly trivial if i could dig up some dimensional plans. if some sand niggers can do it am i right.

perhaps i should rather attempt this with some sort of pistol first. im going to continue looking for those drawings and try and source a better way to get a barrel. in the mean time please someone let me know if there's something obvious im missing.

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a7e616  No.688303

>>688201

>He did not even testfire those guns, he just winged it and hoped for the best.

Yeah I know, the synagogue he tried to shoot up has a wall on each side and he didn't even think about how to overcome the wall.

>Slamfire is literally a weapon of one time use, not practical for what he planned.

Well he planned to shoot up a room full of jews with his Luty, but that is not the point. The point is he fought with the Police and his slamfire shotgun(which is an idea from the 1940s) was outclassed by a fucking percussion cap rifle from 1857.

The ammunition for the Smith Carbine was homemade by the shooter and used the same shitty powder(KNO3+Charcoal) he used in his shotgun shells, had less powder in it(2,4g vs. 5g shell) and the bullet was heavier than the buckshot pellets. Theoretically the pellets should have been able to hit the police cars, but they don't seem to.

I am asking this question, because its easier, cheaper and legally safer to get a percussion cap rifle in most countries in Europe, than it would be to build a slamfire shotgun.

>>688293

>so can someone tell me if im an idiot?

No the shovel ak47 is mostly a meme about making a shitty custom buttstock and receiver to larp about the "simplicity" of your slavshit gun, than it is about actually building a whole weapon.

All the important parts like the barrel, springs and trigger mechanism come from an already finished kit that was produced in a factory. You can't buy such a kit in your location? No shovel ak47 for you! You have the tools, skills and knowledge to make this kit at home? Then you can not just build an AK rifle, but any gun you want.

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422b8c  No.688830

>>688303

hey. its me the idiot again. never did find the dimensions on that ak after. just figured id come back with a thanks for the encouragement. im most of the way done an ugly and shitty 1911. not a kit in sight. turns out final fitment to get it to feed proper is the bigger challenge than any spring or barrel.

also a good reminder lesson that between tools, skills and knowledge, that knowledge can be substituted for time

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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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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

File: c4487c126ab5c71⋯.jpeg (22.41 KB, 253x199, 253:199, 2820a6e1eaa01d32e788822bd….jpeg)

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

File: 3d1662996614845⋯.jpg (93.4 KB, 900x311, 900:311, MP5SD3.jpg)

H&K surperiority for life.

MP5 is the only way to go.

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3f0f37  No.688829

File: 7455d64f15a57d2⋯.jpeg (12.41 KB, 470x313, 470:313, images.jpeg)

*comes running across the field, drunk off vodka yelling "Uraaaaaa"

Am I too late to the party?!

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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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10319d  No.688733

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

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a5026c  No.688774

File: 5168854e7ec8b2e⋯.jpg (150.93 KB, 680x650, 68:65, Snek Eater.jpg)

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84c939  No.688814

File: c6ac853c2405c32⋯.jpg (140.07 KB, 680x650, 68:65, Commander.jpg)

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d47e26  No.688817

File: add403ea21c6f2a⋯.png (729.84 KB, 684x648, 19:18, ClipboardImage.png)

do people still like terrorwave?

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1bdb0b  No.688828

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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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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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ac6563  No.688775

>>688707

The lower was from Noreen, but I want to contact them first before making any judgements.

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ab9ffd  No.688816

Made a polymer80 glock 19 with an RMR, oem parts, brownell frame and slide. I need to redo half of the trigger pin hole because it’s a little wider than it should be (jb weld). Shoots fine though.

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233a77  No.688827

Has anyone had success with Norcal's P365 kits?

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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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000000  No.688710

>>688708

law #?

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923ae9  No.688711

>>688710

>>688709

http://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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923ae9  No.688763

>>688758

The law on this changed very recently. Anyway like I said, you illiterate fuck, I'm not saying you should comply, just be careful when sharing that shit. Some guy who ran a site about sharing 3D gun schematics is currently on the run, last I heard. Best of luck to him.

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2463bd  No.688826

>>592866

Thanks OP, I really apreciate it. where did you get these blueprints from?

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de33dc  No.688769[Reply]

Industry stuff is starting to filter in from these two shows.

Brownells announces new lower for the BRN-180.

http://archive.ph/wip/Iuguk

PSA is bringing their long awaited MP5 Clone. People are saying the welds look like shit in detail photos

http://archive.ph/wip/8AzeL

PSA is also bringing a new upper that . Basicly the BRN180 for cheaper without the AR18 ascetics.

http://archive.ph/wip/H23Cl

And a Glock 19 clone. That would be meh, but the price is $300. If PSA sells the slide and lower parts kit separately, that's a huge boon to the 80% market.

http://archive.ph/wip/gNnwG

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de33dc  No.688810

>>688805

Also mentions 5.56. Confirmed they're offering their Glock clone as build kits for polymer 80s in ~60 days.

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cfaa9d  No.688815

Ghost gunner 3 ships next week. I’m getting mine.

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50e3d8  No.688823

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>Century drops their 74 just one year PSA announces their own

>PSL and other imports will likely get rarer and more expensive

>Will make more American AKs to compensate

I wonder how long it will take for Century to bring out their own American made SVD/PSL.

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9bc9c0  No.688824

>>688823

I wonder how long it will take for american citizens to stop accepting retarded gun bans

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509390  No.688825

>>688823

I wonder how long century will remain in business at this rate

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45e98d  No.546766[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Old thread will no longer bump back up to the first page, creating a new one.

Old thread >>530956

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000000  No.688611

>>688453

I got 10mm just realize it isn't safe to shoot in the backyard, I am gonna shoot in the garage. I am worried if I miss I and hit the neighbors they will sue. I hate my life

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482642  No.688617

>>688475

Forgotten Weapons and InrangeTV also does tears down on most of the guns they cover.

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8a8f87  No.688820

File: 9036d8f1a093967⋯.jpg (44.1 KB, 960x756, 80:63, 1564096501698.jpg)

refugee here, how the fuck i'm supposed to see flags on vikun?

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300ff0  No.688821

>>688820

Ron is an incompetent retard so nobody can see flags except for the BO/vols. Nobody knows when it will be fixed.

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8a8f87  No.688822

File: e37adcc05203a02⋯.jpg (185.76 KB, 636x850, 318:425, 1564700844481.jpg)

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72b03c  No.636927[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I didn't see any kind of AR General thread so I figured I'd make one. Also wasn't aware of a copypasta info either.

I'm making this thread to discuss configuration, accessories, paint, ballistics, brands and whatever else relates to the assembly, use, and culture of Stoner's magnificent rifle.

AR-10 discussion also welcome.

>Pic from a YouTube video

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f9ca70  No.687083

File: 948c1ba1dace865⋯.jpg (95.5 KB, 408x408, 1:1, 1436038713261.jpg)

>>687082

>telling furries to kill themselves is /trannypol/

>unironically whiteknighting a furry

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9a30d2  No.688789

File: f7288d3b4f0e79a⋯.png (336.87 KB, 719x2806, 719:2806, AR15-ENERGY-VS-BARREL-LENG….png)

File: f7617683e44ee77⋯.png (4.99 MB, 660x11088, 5:84, 223 barrel length and velo….png)

This graph will help someone understand the relationship between AR15 ammo types, barrel length, muzzle energy, and velocity based upon the data collected in the attached article.

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128b93  No.688802

>>688789

>the relationship between AR15 ammo types

Except it doesn't. It just mentions 5.56. The AR-15 is a platform that has been converted something like fifty different ammo types.

.223wyld subforms, like your article discusses,

7.62x39, as a competitor to 300Blk which, like .40short-and-weak shouldn't really exist but does

6.8SPC and its same-brass offshoot .224 valkyrie

6.5 grendel, envisioned for longer range expectations,

.458 socom / 50 beowolf for massive bullet weights

all the pistol calibers: 9mm, 10mm, 5.7mm, .22lr

And that's before getting into popular wildcats like .277 wolverine, .45 v-rap (or the full 45 RAPTOR if you include ar-10 builds) .338 spectre, .400 hamr, probably a lot more.

I don't even notice articles like the one you posted because they consider only a couple popular loadings of 556, without even looking into the full breadth of what can be done by handloading. A good article on bullet selection would be appreciated – a plinking round, a varmint round, a home defense round.

There's a *lot* more to the AR-15 than .223 remington.

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94ed7a  No.688804

>>688802

>Except it doesn't. It just mentions 5.56. The AR-15 is a platform that has been converted something like fifty different ammo types.

Calm down autism-san. 5.56 is easily the most popular chambering for an AR-15. Anyone for whom the graphs would actually be useful or new knowledge, IE the most novice of AR-15 owners, is likely to be using 5.56.

>I don't even notice articles like the one you posted because they consider only a couple popular loadings of 556

Because, again, you're not the target audience.

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aabfff  No.688806

File: 0402faa3b4dd049⋯.jpg (94.76 KB, 750x703, 750:703, 1574725826344.jpg)

File: edaa21ba31c9a33⋯.pdf (1.49 MB, weapons.pdf)

>>688802

>Except it doesn't.

Sure it does. Suppose someone is building a rifle and wants to understand what impact a 10.5" barrel vs a 14.5" vs a 16" vs a 20" barrel will have on muzzle energy for a given bullet weight because they are trying to weigh the opposing forces of cqb indoor maneuverability and outdoor reach out and touch someone, well, the graph simplifies understanding what happens to the muzzle energy with some common rounds.

>There's a *lot* more to the AR-15 than .223 remington.

I could add other rounds but the graph will begin to look like a rainbow and most of those other rounds are not interesting to me and are boutique memes as far as I'm concerned.

For what it's worth, if I were going to build a loud and scary cqb sbr, I'd go with a 10mm because the 10mm has twice the muzzle energy of a .45, the round is intended to produce substantial energy in a short barrel, and it has the same magazine capacity of a 9mm. For a quiet SBR, a suppressed 230g .45 would be nice. I do enjoy shooting the MP5 and 9mm can get the job done but the 9mm doesn't do much for me.

.458 socom is an interesting round due to the many applications it can fulfill because of the wide range of bullet weights but the magazine capacity sacrifice is a turn off in a AR pattern rifle to me. I'd like to own a .458 socom scout rifle.

>>688804

>Calm down autism-san

Yeah, the chart isn't intended for someone who has had his pants around his ankles cooming to /k/ for a significant amount of time. I saw people talking shit on 5.56 sbrs -socom does employ a 10.5" urg fyi- so I made the chart.

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546571  No.491801[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

The old ones have problems due to the great crash. And since my computer got fucked and had to be factory reset I'm asking for everyone to dump their full collection here so we can have a source of webms to last the ages here I have little to start with though.

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f3b5a3  No.688205

File: 85d2afbfacf1814⋯.webm (10.16 MB, 492x360, 41:30, Unity and Freedom.webm)

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ebf44d  No.688211

File: ef630b839b5553b⋯.webm (1.27 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, WW1 rifle grenades.webm)

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52be3b  No.688284

>>678223

It's pardoy.

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f31245  No.688292

File: 3f1585f2eabc356⋯.webm (2.02 MB, 648x480, 27:20, ABRACADABRA.webm)

>>679924

Yugos were white.

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d28615  No.688800

File: 9262c3401f71d0f⋯.webm (5.14 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, K-441_Staplegun.webm)

are there diagrams to go with this? Could you make a break action 12ga instead of a 4-cyl .410?

Also, OnlineVideoConverter won't touch YT vids anymore.

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