My fiancee threw my nugget away
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> Be me
> Bought rare nugget carbine last week
> Around ~$500 or so, mint condition barely fired
> Have anti gun fiancee
> Go out shooting with buddies...Haven't for about a month or so
> I leave Mosin Nagant carbine at home
> She was apparently so angry I spent $500 of 'her' money (she's unemployed) she literally threw it in the dumpster somewhere while I was gone.
I have no idea what the fuck to do, /k/. ABout my missing rifle -or- my dumb fucking fiancee that threw it in the dumpster. She won't tell me what dumpster, and I've already driven around town looking for it. Not only is that a big loss for me financially, but that's plain irresponsible, possibly illegal, and it has my fucking prints on it.
/K/, I need advice. What do I do about the AWOL rifle, and what do I do about the anti-gun bitch of a future wife I have? Her and her friends are out at the bar, celebrating that she threw away an "accident waiting to happen".
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Alright you syrup slurping moose jockies, it's time for the weekly Canadian thread.
>SFRC still has a small batch of Beretta M1 Garand receivers @ $50, working with some suppliers to get some parts in
>South Korean M1 Garands are still semi-confirmed. Trigger Wholesale said they were importing 6000, Marstar has said bring some in are in the works.
>News: The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled the mandatory minimum three-year sentence for a gun crime is unconstitutional. http://www.cp24.com/news/gun-sentencing-law-ruled-unconstitutional-1.1538914 - Good news for us legal gun owners, I'm not so sure about criminals getting off with easier punishment
Post your guns, shoot the shit. I'll help out any noguns who have questions about firearms ownership in Canada.
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/k/, let's talk p90. More importantly, let's talk p90 magazines.
P90 magazines are, as I learned, not as complicated as they appear. They are basically like every other double stacked mag, but taper to a single stack at the end and go around a spiral until they're at a 90 degree angle to the rest of the rounds in the mag, ready to be pushed into the chamber by the bolt.
How well is this system designed? Are there reports of unreliability due to that spiral, or are they basically as effective as conventional magazines? Can it be scaled up reliably to .223, 5.45, or even .308? Other than a shorter weapon height and downward ejection, do you gain anything over normal mags? What do you lose as compared to normal mags?
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Dick Metcalf, the guy who pushed for the Firearm Owners Protection Act, who instigated a law in Pike County, IL, that let people CC without a permit, wrote an article in Guns & Ammo suggesting that pro-gun people be open to a bit of regulation regarding training and firearm competence. As the link shows, the gun community immediately turned on him and forced G&A to fire him and their editor.
My question is, is the gun community so into itself that it doesn't tolerate dissent and debate within its own ranks? Is internal dogma so strong that any hint of doubt and alternate thought is seen as an automatic face-turn into the anti-fun side?
In other words, has the gun community become a religious cult?