• Firearms VI - Mosin McNuggets and Tokarev Tartare
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Definetely a gun store. And avoid low quality brands like Colt, Springfield and Remington, buy a high-tech Krag-Joergenson preferably.
Get your revenge on California and buy something with as many "evil features" as you can.
Bayonet lugs! Yea!
Shoulder thing goes up is great for you, milk.
[QUOTE=milkandcooki;36453004]When I move out of California I am going to buy a gun, but I have no idea how the hell to go out and get a license nor where to buy one legally. Any tips for a first time gun buyer :v?[/QUOTE] As long as you're 18 and have a legal ID, depending where you live, you can just walk into a pawn shop or gun shop and buy a rifle (as long as you haven't murdered anyone and don't have a warrant for your arrest), if you want a handgun you gotta be 21.
I always wondered, in the US, how old do you have to be to get NFA weapons like preban full autos, SBRs, SBSs, etc? [editline]23rd June 2012[/editline] Just wondering with handguns being 21...
IDK 18 or 21.... its always 18 or 21. Unless it's 25 like renting a car.
[QUOTE=download;36454917]I always wondered, in the US, how old do you have to be to get NFA weapons like preban full autos, SBRs, SBSs, etc? [editline]23rd June 2012[/editline] Just wondering with handguns being 21...[/QUOTE] you need to be 21 to get a class 3 (able to buy suppressors and full auto firearms), so I'd assume 21.
Heh, /k/ made couple of these in the AK recovery thread :v: [img]http://filesmelt.com/dl/1340382389534.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=Trunk Monkay;36455188]you need to be 21 to get a class 3 (able to buy suppressors and full auto firearms), so I'd assume 21.[/QUOTE] What about post-ban?
[QUOTE=Raijin;36456066]What about post-ban?[/QUOTE] What do you mean?
You cannot purchase full-auto firearms produced after 1986 (?).
[QUOTE=ForestRaptor;36455755]Heh, /k/ made couple of these in the AK recovery thread :v: [/QUOTE] Did that thing end up firing?
Are the Smith & Wesson M&P sporters actually ARs and I can put a nicer upper on it later or are they somehow incompatible with AR15 parts I can probably live without a dust cover but no forward assist us just plain silly
[QUOTE=ButtsexV3;36457171]Are the Smith & Wesson M&P sporters actually ARs and I can put a nicer upper on it later or are they somehow incompatible with AR15 parts I can probably live without a dust cover but no forward assist us just plain silly[/QUOTE] They are standard ARs. You can swap anything out with them you want. And honestly, the forward assist is useless. If the gun isn't chambering, that means something is wrong. Shouldn't force it. [editline]23rd June 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=cardfan212;36456832]You cannot purchase full-auto firearms produced after 1986 (?).[/QUOTE] Correct. Anything registered by May 1986 can be bought and sold by the public. New suppressors, short barreled rifles/shotguns are okay, though.
[QUOTE=cardfan212;36456832]You cannot purchase full-auto firearms produced after 1986 (?).[/QUOTE] It's possible to buy new production full autos, a range near me has a select fire G36 up for rental. Apparently the range owner got all the necessary licenses to be a dealer for law enforcement and military, giving him access to the full auto market. [editline]23rd June 2012[/editline] Don't quote me on that though, I could very well be mistaken.
[QUOTE=Ridge;36457189]They are standard ARs. You can swap anything out with them you want. And honestly, the forward assist is useless. If the gun isn't chambering, that means something is wrong. Shouldn't force it. [editline]23rd June 2012[/editline] Correct. Anything registered by May 1986 can be bought and sold by the public. New suppressors, short barreled rifles/shotguns are okay, though.[/QUOTE] It usually just means I need to clean the gun but knowing me the gun isn't always gonna be cleaned after shooting it
Had a dream that I bought some Smith and Wesson .44 revolver but when I opened the package and was checking everything when I flipped the cylinder out I noticed it could only fit .22s so I whipped the gun across my room in a fit of rage and the gun shattered like porcelain when it hit the wall. Moral of the story, don't buy S&W
[QUOTE=Vaun Strungel;36457213]It's possible to buy new production full autos, a range near me has a select fire G36 up for rental. Apparently the range owner got all the necessary licenses to be a dealer for law enforcement and military, giving him access to the full auto market. [editline]23rd June 2012[/editline] Don't quote me on that though, I could very well be mistaken.[/QUOTE] All post-86 automatics in (legal) civilian possession are "dealer samples", which can only be kept by licensed class-three dealers with the permission of local law enforcement. I believe part of the gimmick is that the local law enforcement is able to purchase them whenever they please, though that's only a vague recollection in my mind. All pre-86 registered automatics can be owned by any citizen legally able to own a firearm who has payed the $200 NFA tax stamp.
So Harvard proved that gun control actually leads to more deaths, rather than less. [url]http://theacru.org/acru/harvard_study_gun_control_is_counterproductive/[/url] [url]http://www.law.harvard.edu/students/orgs/jlpp/Vol30_No2_KatesMauseronline.pdf[/url]
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQpfQd1397E[/media] That magazine... holder... thing doesn't look like it helps much.
What a load of baby-killing fun! :v: [editline]24th June 2012[/editline] Seriously though I love how his trigger finger gets tired about three mags in. I'm decently sure I'd have trouble holding that thing up at all.
[URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/801/20120623173050.jpg/][IMG]http://img801.imageshack.us/img801/8683/20120623173050.jpg[/IMG][/URL] Got this for my birthday.
[QUOTE=joeboe242;36464675][URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/801/20120623173050.jpg/][IMG]http://img801.imageshack.us/img801/8683/20120623173050.jpg[/IMG][/URL] Got this for my birthday.[/QUOTE] jelly as fuck
[QUOTE=Teh Zip File;36464013][media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQpfQd1397E[/media] That magazine... holder... thing doesn't look like it helps much.[/QUOTE] Fuck I love this country.
[QUOTE=cpt.armadillo;36450150]Why would you spend hundreds on a gun instead of ten bucks on a knife that'l kill them all the same?[/QUOTE] Too messy, would be cleaner to just shoot em.
[QUOTE=.FLAP.JACK.DAN.;36464870]Too messy, would be cleaner to just shoot em.[/QUOTE] Why go with [b]*STABBITY STABBITY STABSTABSTAB*[/b] when you can just go with [b]*BANG*[/b]?
One stab is all you need, stabby in the spinal cord in the back of the neck and you're golden.
[QUOTE=cpt.armadillo;36467305]One stab is all you need, stabby in the spinal cord in the back of the neck and you're golden.[/QUOTE] Spine is too thick, you are better off by slicing the front of the neck (jugular vein) - 3 seconds is the estimated time to death that way. Another efficient way is to stab the side of the neck (common carotid artery or vertebral). This takes about 12 seconds for the subject to die.
Jugular leaves a bloody, bloody mess. Gotta keep it clean mang. [editline]24th June 2012[/editline] And ain't the jugular on the side too?
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