• Firearms VI - Mosin McNuggets and Tokarev Tartare
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Well it seems threads lock automatically again. I'll update the OP with more info later, for now VIDEOS! [video=youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlRMzNVMAZQ&feature=g-u-u&context=G2f89cc4FUAAAAAAAAAA[/video] [video=youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTOuYn4FENE&feature=g-u-u&context=G207786cFUAAAAAAAKAA[/video] [video=youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GH3MLmvhuCA[/video] Anyways, I think you chaps know what to do, the common ones to the thread at least, I'll update this with more info for new lads later.
[img]http://www.m1911.org/images/jmbrown.jpg[/img] I dedicate the first post to the Emperor of Firepower.
In Hoppes we trust
[img]http://www.imfdb.org/w/images/3/3d/HK45_Eli.jpg[/img] das fucking sexy
Puckle is were its at [img]http://www.mediastorehouse.com/image/james_puckle_1667_1724_622970.jpg[/img]
[img]http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh307/Robert-J-B/IMG_3462.jpg[/img] Reposting my glock, because I'm the glockmister now.
[img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22107915/Die%20waffen/fazeismywaifu.png[/img] banner plox [editline]1st February 2012[/editline] (I spent over 20 minutes attempting a decent cutout, I was gonna put it onto a background as well :[)
[QUOTE=MR-X;34500262][img]http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh307/Robert-J-B/IMG_3462.jpg[/img] Reposting my glock, because I'm the glockmister now.[/QUOTE] NEEDS MORE CRAYOLA
Experienced any lacquer sticking?
My question. She still is asked. Does anyone know of an SKS styled .22lr. I saw one at my local gun store a few weeks ago and meant to ask about it then. It had no info and no name and I have no photo, but it looked very similar to an SKS and I was about THIS close to buying it. If I ever remember to I will go back and take a picture.
If it was an actual (or close to actual) SKS it is most likely a custom job - probably from scratch, I don't see how it could have been converted without so much work and time put into it it wouldn't even be worth it. Are you completely sure it was a dedicated .22 though? It might have been an original 7,62x39 with a modified barrel, bolt and magazine.. But as N-21_Aden posted.. was it just something that looked slightly similar to an SKS?
[QUOTE=Skullivan21;34501632]My question. She still is asked. Does anyone know of an SKS styled .22lr. I saw one at my local gun store a few weeks ago and meant to ask about it then. It had no info and no name and I have no photo, but it looked very similar to an SKS and I was about THIS close to buying it. If I ever remember to I will go back and take a picture.[/QUOTE] I cant say for ceartin but was it this thing? [url]http://www.gunauction.com/search/displayitem.cfm?itemnum=7373626[/url]
[IMG]http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b100/89Sunbird/IMAG0406.jpg[/IMG] The rings the local shop ordered for me were the wrong diameter, so I am still waiting :(
Hey, it's the Hubble
[QUOTE=N-12_Aden;34501764]I cant say for ceartin but was it this thing? [url]http://www.gunauction.com/search/displayitem.cfm?itemnum=7373626[/url][/QUOTE] Very similar, but no dice. Different sights and such.
[QUOTE=PrusseluskenV2;34502003]Hey, it's the Hubble[/QUOTE] I couldn't stop laughing for a solid 5 minutes.
[QUOTE=PrusseluskenV2;34502003]Hey, it's the Hubble[/QUOTE] I can lob indirect fire at you from here with it! *shakes fist*
...seriously? You started the thread off with FPSRussia, and not Cokeman? [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=og3COmVwvdA[/media] [img]http://oi41.tinypic.com/2jeh5j.jpg[/img]
That's both the best and the worst thing I have ever seen. Mother of God, my rangemaster would fucking murder me if he ever caught me doing something like that :v:
[QUOTE=ewitwins;34506716]That's both the best and the worst thing I have ever seen. Mother of God, my rangemaster would fucking murder me if he ever caught me doing something like that :v:[/QUOTE] Which is why we leave it to [I][B]professional[/B][/I] idiots, like Cokeman. Oh, and the ARFcommers are raging their asses off like nothing else. [url]http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_1_5/1282937_A_Prosecutor_s_wet_dream_.html[/url]
[MEDIA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EZ4_EPsvZw[/MEDIA] He's really fucking good at bump-firing :v: [editline]2nd February 2012[/editline] Jesus fuck, this guy's insane. He fires his AK indoors using phonebooks as backing :v:
I've been looking for a rifle with my set budget and I think the Mosin is the right one, anything I need to know about said rifle?
damn australian laws. In America do you need to apply for a permit for each gun you want to buy or can you just go and buy it? Because fuck, I ordered a Mosin Nagant and its sitting at the gun shop for me but I have to wait an extra 2 weeks for the fucking permit to come in.
[QUOTE=napalm_bomb;34507741]I've been looking for a rifle with my set budget and I think the Mosin is the right one, anything I need to know about said rifle?[/QUOTE] Pull trigger, gun go bang. Not much else to a Mosin. If bolt sticks, enjoy, and clean it after you finally get it unstuck. [QUOTE=Araknid;34507765]damn australian laws. In America do you need to apply for a permit for each gun you want to buy or can you just go and buy it? Because fuck, I ordered a Mosin Nagant and its sitting at the gun shop for me but I have to wait an extra 2 weeks for the fucking permit to come in.[/QUOTE] Go to gun shop, pick out 5 shotguns and 5 rifles, leave that day with all of them. 'Murrrica.
[QUOTE=rnate;34507779]Pull trigger, gun go bang. Not much else to a Mosin. If bolt sticks, enjoy, and clean it after you finally get it unstuck. Go to gun shop, pick out 5 shotguns and 5 rifles, leave that day with all of them. 'Murrrica*.[/QUOTE] *Except CA
[QUOTE=DarkZero135;34507875]*Except CA[/QUOTE] Good thing I live in Louisiana.
[QUOTE=ewitwins;34506744] Jesus fuck, this guy's insane. He fires his AK indoors using phonebooks as backing :v:[/QUOTE] I am now wondering about the possibilities of phonebooks as body armor.
[QUOTE=jimhowl33t;34508534]I am now wondering about the possibilities of phonebooks as body armor.[/QUOTE] I think they did that on Mythbusters once. Except it was bullet-proofing a car with phonebooks. IIRC, a couple layers of them was enough to stop everything short of high-powered rounds like .338 Lapua, .416 Barrett, etc.
[QUOTE=napalm_bomb;34507741]I've been looking for a rifle with my set budget and I think the Mosin is the right one, anything I need to know about said rifle?[/QUOTE] Before you buy one check the following: Is the bore shiny, and is it counterbored? It should have the original muzzle; not a slightly wider bore at the muzzle. Is the rifling intact, and if so, is it in good condition? Is the bolt sticky? Is there any visible cosmoline residue on the bolt, receiver and locking lug recesses? [B]Does it feed the last round properly?[/B] Many nuggets suffer from a too steep ramp on the follower and you might need to take a dremel to it if the rim bites onto the follower. Does the interruptor depress as it should? [B]Do the serials match?[/B] Is the bolt head the original one, or is at least the factory stamp on the bolt head the same as the rest? If the rifle is a complete match then there is no need to check headspace, but if you're unsure whether it's the original bolt head from the factory, you'll want to find someone with Go-, No go- and Field-gauges for 7,62x54R. If you are to shoot surplus ammo, can you handle the responsibility of cleaning the rifle very well after each shooting session? If you forget to clean once and retrieve your rifle from your gun locker a week later, you might find yourself with a rifle with a brown, flaky bore. The carbines have much harsher recoil than the long ones. Soviet carbines: M38 - shorter M91/30 without brass stamped into the sling holes M44 - shorter M91/30 with brass stamped into sling holes, features a permanently mounted folding bayonet - [B]Unless you plan to shoot with the bayonet extended, you need to adjust the front sight - these have a point of impact change with the bayonet folded or removed!!![/B] Soviet standard length: M91 - original rifle, these use Arshins instead of metres on the sight, sling swivels, sled rear sight Dragoon - modified M91 for cavalry use M91/30 - modern M91, the one most seen. Detachable bayonet that goes around the front sight A few small "rules": Finnish nagants (E.g. M91/59, M28, M29) are better than Soviet/Russian ones. If the rifle has a hexagonal receiver (the front is angled multiple times sides instead of being round) it's worth shelling out the extra 10-50 bucks as they are considered rarer and more collectible.
[QUOTE=That Poster;34506669]...seriously? You started the thread off with FPSRussia, and not Cokeman? [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=og3COmVwvdA[/media] [img]http://oi41.tinypic.com/2jeh5j.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] I think he's actually lost it. This is your brain on /k/ :v:
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