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What's the dumbest shit you have witnessed by "NOGUNZ" that wished they were "HASGUNZ" but can't due to the laws in their countries?
>Visit forum about military stuff in a "NOGUNZ" country.
>People arguing about calibers, pistols and rifles without ever have fired anything in their lives.
>Guys pretending to know a lot about "sniping" and that "Barrut .50 CAL" (has one guy wrote...) is the best sniper in the world.
>One guy posts picture of some random revolver that he found in his basement, all fucked up and full of fucking rust, literally a block of rust with a grip and a trigger, thinks he's the coolest guy in the forum because of it.
>Be the only one in that forum that has guns and knows something about using them since I don't live in the country but know the language.
>Every thread that I participate in, dies instantly because they are all jealous as fuck.
>Lots of Glock fanboys that never saw a real one in their lives but pretend to know everything about it.
>One guy telling me that I'm an idiot for not buying a Micro UZI (semi auto mind you), claiming that it's the best gun in the world because "terrorists and criminals" use them.
>Mfw I read their discussions and arguments.
Seriously, wanna be gun owners from countries with strict gun laws are the most retarded idiots in the world.
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So, my dad stopped by over the weekend and dumped a big box of /k/ on me. These are all guns he got in the late-'70s, early '80s. They were just sitting in his safe, so he gave them to me, since I live in a military town and there are cheap ranges everywhere.
'71 Marlin Model 39D
'81 Ruger New Model Single-Six
'18 DWM P-08 Luger, '40 Pinneberg holster
'77 Colt Combat Commander Model 70, 9MM
'66 Colt AR-15 SP1
The Commander had Pachmayr Signature grips on it, but I found they weren't oiled or anything and the retained moisture was rusting the frame, so I oiled the shit out of it and put some wood grips on.
The Luger I'm not sure can fire without falling apart, the locking bolt spring was so worn out it broke when I tried to remove it. Luckily it's an $8 part. The toggle lockback is worn out too.
The AR-15 is practically brand-new. It came with 3 Colt 20-rounders and 3 jamtastic Adventure Line/Parsons 30-rounders. Gonna hit the funstore today and at least try to get some 30s that don't suck.
The Marlin and Ruger are good plinkers, not much else. Might end up selling them for something more interesting to shoot.
FUCK MARYLAND - SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED
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Monday is the last day for us Marylanders to obtain any magazines over 10 rounds, and any AKs, AR15s, most handguns, and fuck, anything that isnt an SKS or Mosin.
Live free or die.
I plan on going to VA and buying up most the merchandise in my local gun store near my cousins' house next weekend.
enough WASRs to arm a small militia.
My fathers response? "We can just start buying bolt action instead"
Its funny how people can totally miss the point. Its easy to see how Hitler and the Commies got into power. Never underestimate the mindless masses.
The WarFairy Hermes Release
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Alright boys and girls. Yet another AR-15 receiver for your printing joy.
This one is an ultra-light. Total weight, not including LPK, buffer and buffer spring is 0.65 pounds (295 grams) when printed in ABS. This should give you a complete lower weight of a little less than 1 pound.
Yes, you read that right. One. Mother. Fucking. Pound. Complete. That's lighter than the New Frontier Arms lower which weighs in at 1.5 pounds. Throw a light upper on there and you can break into the 5 pound rifle arena.
Magazine well is bevelled and smoothed to allow decently quick reloads without snagging on the cut outs. This isn't a competition lower, so it isn't belled out. Everything is nice and slick down the sides.
Stock is integrated with the buffer tube with what I think will be a nice, comfortable compound curve. Length is non-adjustable to save weight.
Uses Carbine style buffers, so keep that in mind when ordering parts.
As always, be safe when testing untested designs.