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  • The grain of bullet you can use in an AR-15 is generally limited by two variables. The length of the round can effect whether or not the round will feed from the magazine. Heavier rounds generally lead to a cartridge with a longer overall length.…
  • It's a gas powered airsoft gun. The sound, lack of shell casings, and size of the holes gives it away.
  • The best place to learn would be in Candy Land, because that is the only place where imaginary martial arts like Systema work.
  • jugg wrote: » Do you mean .45 vs .357? Does it matter? There is no significant difference between 9x19 and .357 Magnum. Bullet diameter is practically the same and bullet weight is the same. The .357 Magnum does have, maybe, 150 feet-…
  • Crimson wrote: » you know, a much better comparison would be the m16Awhatever Vs the Ak74 variants... closer in calibre size and a much fairer battle. if you wanted to argue 7.62, go FN Fal vs AK47.... True. But my opinion remains the sa…
  • jugg wrote: » I just want to know where he gets his money from. He has some serious equipment for what I have seen. He rents 99% of the firearms in his videos from his local Gun Shop who also happens to sell Class III firearms to law enforc…
  • The majority of the value can be determined by the brand of barrel on the rifle. Also .338 WinMag is worth at least $1 a round, so factor that in as well.
  • GeneralMcBoozer wrote: » Anything with more than 1/4 oz explosive substance (This is from memory and the wording and quantities will most likely me off) is considered a DD. The grenade itself is a DD. I will edit this post will the for sure cor…
  • GeneralMcBoozer wrote: » Yeah, its an old ass rifle, I figured people would know it wasn't an underbarrel. But it is a good point to make clear. I am not trying to be condescending. Nah man, it's cool. I was just clearing it up for him s…
  • Anything over $325 is a rip off, because once you cross that line you are only a couple bucks away from AK territory. Granted if the stripper clip aspect is appealing to you, you may feel like going as high as $400. But be aware that anyone askin…
  • Define "cheap". You can pick up a used GLOCK 19 for about $425 and you can pick up a used S&W 5906 (or variants) from $300-$350. Anything less is going to be a pile of crap.
  • BigHarryDick wrote: » pics or GTFO, oh wait you didn't think of pics when you bought your guns :rolleyes: I don't see why you don't believe him as they are all standard rifles. The Norinco 56 is the only rifle that really jumps out on th…
  • blamehoffman wrote: » I like the durability and stopping power of the AK; the accuracy and effective range (or lack thereof) are not a big concern for me. "Stopping power"? Comparing military ball ammunition between the two systems, the …
  • It's funny you mention not being able to hit with .45, but can with a .357. I can't hit shit with any revolver, but I can make fist sized groups at 25 yards with a .45 1911 and I hit clay pigeons at 50 yards with my USP9. I really wish I could…
  • .40S&W is one of the worst handgun calibers ever created. It penetrates less than 9mm and has a smaller wound channel than .45ACP. It also has way more muzzle flip than comparable pistols in 9mm and .45ACP, and it tends to be really hard o…
  • 9mm is the best handgun caliber. The only thing .357 Magnum has on 9mm is that the .357 goes about 150 feet-per-second fast. Otherwise bullet diameter is pretty much the same (9mm = .355") and bullet weight is the same for defensive loads (9mm…
  • GeneralMcBoozer wrote: » HK are good guns, expensive, but they will last a while. Other than that, I don't know much about them. I just got a Ruger P95 the other week. Its a good gun if ya keep good care of it. Shoots alright, not the best but not…
  • CaptainFalcon wrote: » As I said, even back on Fucklet.net, complications. I sold my USP before pics. And yes, I do throw knives too and no, I don't have pics, they're in a rather difficult position to retrieve since I'm a bit of a collector. I go…
  • JustAnotherAsshole wrote: » I heard that H&K were real faggots when it comes to customer service. If and when I get a handgun of my own, my main concern is to get one that can be treated like shit, have any sort of ammo put through it, and …
  • Pictures will never follow. I bet this gun is as real as your H&K USP45T :rolleyes:
  • Fake. Those "gunshots" sound like something out of a video game. AKs don't sound like that at all.
  • Large Pistol and Large Pistol Magnum primers differ mainly in the fact that the Magnum primers produce a hotter spark and lead to more reliable ignition of the powder in very cold temperatures, Magnum primers are also to be used if you are loading a…
  • GotTwoThumbs wrote: » if you do some research you will find that ceramic body armor, not high tech dragon plating or anything like that will stop 5.56 rounds with minimal body tissue damage, while on the other hand the AK firing the 7.62 will DEST…
  • trx100 wrote: » Someone tell me about protective vests (bulletproof, stabproof), their benefits, drawbacks, prices and best place to buy them. I have basically no knowledge on the subject and I honestly have no idea where to start. Basically, look…
  • acid_drop wrote: » The only thing I can tell you to stay away from is the .40 though. Snappy little bastard is hard to get back on target reliably, and not a good overall cartridge for someone not used to that kind of abuse. The .45 and 9mikemike …
  • spazz wrote: » a big fancy gun will not makeup for being a bad marksman. also, you dont have to be a genius to use a gun.(pretty straight forward) the ruger LCP .380 is not too much for a beginner to handle. Just hold one before you buy it to …
  • Dysgraphia wrote: » ^ Are pellet pistols cheaper than a pistol? It's always good to economize. :cool: Yeah you can get one for $30. And since shot placement matters over everything, maybe that's what you should do. Dirtysanchez is …
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » By that logic the Garand was the first semi auto civilian AKM pattern weapon, since it's just a design evolution. :rolleyes:
  • DirtySanchez wrote: » It's called a typo faggot. And you still haven't answered why it's inadequate even though shot placement is vastly more important than the size of the bullet. If shot placement is so important, why do you just carry a …
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » Z model was a modified version of the design after its release as a machine pistol. You can see photos of the first version on HK Pro with stock cuts. It was still around before the GLOCK 17.
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » Designed for military use as a 3 round burst machine pistol, jackass. That was the M model. The Z model was strictly marketed to civilians.
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » Then how did Glock copy H&K? H&K made this when GLOCK was still making curtain rods: The "Z" making denotes at as the civilian model. So, H&K was the first company to come out with a double st…
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » Are you seriously suggesting that Glock invented the polymer gun? No. What the fuck are you talking about?
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » H&K copied Remington :facepalm: I was referring to civilian CCW-marketed double stacks, not polymer technology in firearms. Gaston Glock designed the Model 17 with the intent to market it to the Austrian milit…
  • DirtySanchez wrote: » .380 is inadequate for self defense?:facepalm: Are you implying that a .30 won't kill a person? it's about shot placement not caliber you fucking idiot. Do you not know the definition of the word "inadequate"? Also,…
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » Unsupported generalizations are fun! GLOCK copied H&K :facepalm:
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » Do a lot of target shooting with .380 pocket pistols? No, I don't own any .380 pocket pistols. They are unreliable and in an unsuitable caliber. If you can't hit a target on the range in a recreational settin…
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » Idiot Troll LOL! Anything made by Ruger that has a polymer frame is junk. Anything invented by Keltec, then copied by Ruger, is even a bigger piece of junk. You can trust your life to an unreliable welf…
  • Dysgraphia wrote: » Damn spazz, that gun looks sexy. Is it any noob-friendly? It is way too small to get a proper grip on, plus the sights aren't that good and the caliber (.380 Auto) in inadequate for self defense purposes. It is also a…
  • Dysgraphia wrote: » CHILL. Come on. Seriously just get the GLOCK 19 or USP Compact. Anybody telling you those aren't good choice is just looking to troll. Don't buy into the "if you learn or a GLOCK, you won't be able to shoot other g…
  • Go get a Generation 3 GLOCK 19 or a 9mm H&K USP Compact and you will live happily ever after.
  • Here is a basic rundown of the Muslami religion. Over in Egypt or whatever there is this really really large pig named The Moohammed. It's basically the god of Muslams, they worship it as the "sacred pig" and they get really mad at people who eat…
  • FATTY_MCFUCKFACE wrote: » This. If you really want to get a .44 magnum don't pay extra just for the S&W stamped on the side. Raging Bulls are almost as good, you can spend part of the difference on a trigger job and still have enough left o…
  • Mr. Moo wrote: » Well yes they are an PSL is a designated marksman rifle it should be more comparable to an M14 since we are starting to use those down in Afghanistan again. Here is a link to a grouping at 600 meters of a PSL. I think i could…
  • 5.56 SS109_ wrote: » Is the gun you want featured in Call of Duty? If not do not get it. The only gun acceptable for you to buy is one that meets navy seal specifications and has a state of the art laser and scope system. The most important thing …
  • From reading up on recent AR15.com threads and asking around, it seems the problem is still present. I have heard of people swapping out a rifle 4 times only to end up with nothing but rifles that keyhole, and then have Century tell them "too bad…
  • Mr. Moo wrote: » Seriously the nagant is a decent rifle. If Vasily Zaytsev took out 242 verified germans with it, it cant be that shitty. The reason they are so cheap is that the russians didnt destroy them like we did with out 1903's and M1's so …
  • Pile of Jews wrote: » Wait...30. caliber? I'm pretty sure .30 caliber and 7.62X54R are completely different rounds, correct me if I'm wrong because I'm kinda new to the science of ammunition. He was referring to ALL cartridges firing bul…
  • So how does it shoot?