• Firearms XI: Biden Double Barrel Bonanza; ITS UNHAPPENING
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Lantac makes an amazing brake. It's worth the money.
Remember to do your research, kids. I just screwed myself out of a S&W 1905 .38 because I didn't know that a fouling cup was a deliberate feature.
I've dealt with my AK's cleaning rod bouncing forward almost off the gun several times now while firing. Today, while screwing around with it, I noticed there is a cutout at the bottom of the FSB for it. Wow. In my defense, the massive brake on my '74 made it unnecessary.
[QUOTE=darunner;46610716]I've dealt with my AK's cleaning rod bouncing forward almost off the gun several times now while firing. Today, while screwing around with it, I noticed there is a cutout at the bottom of the FSB for it. Wow. In my defense, the massive brake on my '74 made it unnecessary.[/QUOTE] I always laugh when I'm watching a youtube video of someone shooting with their cleaning rod halfway out in front of the muzzle because of that. Supposedly AKs shoot better without them though, harmonic vibrations and all.
Anyone have any experience with SOG knives? They seem pretty sturdy for their price.
A couple of SOG things are nice but they also have their share of shitty knives
[QUOTE=Trunk Monkay;46615485]Anyone have any experience with SOG knives? They seem pretty sturdy for their price.[/QUOTE] I have a SOG seal pup and it's a halfway decent knife. It's really nothing extraordinary though, I'd get a Kershaw instead
[QUOTE=Trunk Monkay;46615485]Anyone have any experience with SOG knives? They seem pretty sturdy for their price.[/QUOTE] They are GTG. [editline]1st December 2014[/editline] Kershaw, Benchmade, CRKT, they all have good knives and bad knives, so google the model beforehand.
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKta5A_g0Ro[/media] Like I said, really impressed with the effectiveness of a $15 Tapco accessory. Zero vertical recoil, just a bit of a tug to the right. With a straight-line stock it handles a hell of a lot better than the more 'authentic' 7.62 AKs I've shot.
It's happening [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ijRFBarMMc[/media] [URL="http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/component/virtuemart/shipping-accessories/ak74-95-round-drum-magazine-5-45x39mm-detail.html?Itemid=0"]Atlantic Firearms has them[/URL]
Sig finally picked up the phone! Ordered a couple .22 conversion kits for P228 today for myself and my coworker.
Alright, so here's a question for you guys: How the [b]FUCK[/b] does Spike manage to conceal-carry a CZ-75B in "Cowboy Bebop"? Like, theoretically, not literally. I just recently came in possession of one and I can't for the life of me figure out how you'd conceal something so thick.
[QUOTE=ewitwins;46624633]Alright, so here's a question for you guys: How the [b]FUCK[/b] does Spike manage to conceal-carry a CZ-75B in "Cowboy Bebop"? Like, theoretically, not literally. I just recently came in possession of one and I can't for the life of me figure out how you'd conceal something so thick.[/QUOTE] In the small of your back, near your asscrack. That's about the only place I could think of.
[QUOTE=ewitwins;46624633]Alright, so here's a question for you guys: How the [b]FUCK[/b] does Spike manage to conceal-carry a CZ-75B in "Cowboy Bebop"? Like, theoretically, not literally. I just recently came in possession of one and I can't for the life of me figure out how you'd conceal something so thick.[/QUOTE] he hid it under all his plot armor.
[QUOTE=ewitwins;46624633]Alright, so here's a question for you guys: How the [b]FUCK[/b] does Spike manage to conceal-carry a CZ-75B in "Cowboy Bebop"? Like, theoretically, not literally. I just recently came in possession of one and I can't for the life of me figure out how you'd conceal something so thick.[/QUOTE] I'm thin, so CCing a 1911 or G20/21 is no problem, it just means you don't wear hipster tight clothing or tuck in your shirts. Easier if you wear a sport coat or jacket all the time, then you can tuck in your shirt an use the jacket to conceal it. [editline]2nd December 2014[/editline] If you happen to have $4k burning a hole in your pocket, you can buy a real M24, because Remington is selling its remaining inventory of them. Only for active, reserve/guard, or retired military however: [url]http://weaponsman.com/?p=19368[/url] [url]http://www.gunbroker.com/All/BI.aspx?IncludeSellers=119443[/url]
[QUOTE=ewitwins;46624633]Alright, so here's a question for you guys: How the [b]FUCK[/b] does Spike manage to conceal-carry a [B]CZ-75B[/B] in "Cowboy Bebop"? Like, theoretically, not literally. I just recently came in possession of one and I can't for the life of me figure out how you'd conceal something so thick.[/QUOTE] Jericho 941, bro. [IMG]http://www.imfdb.org/images/9/93/CB.941.S01E20.Left3.JPG[/IMG] [editline]2nd December 2014[/editline] [QUOTE=MAC21500;46625213]I'm thin, so CCing a 1911 or G20/21 is no problem, it just means you don't wear hipster tight clothing or tuck in your shirts. Easier if you wear a sport coat or jacket all the time, then you can tuck in your shirt an use the jacket to conceal it. [editline]2nd December 2014[/editline] If you happen to have $4k burning a hole in your pocket, you can buy a real M24, because Remington is selling its remaining inventory of them. [B]Only for active, reserve/guard, or retired military however:[/B] [url]http://weaponsman.com/?p=19368[/url] [url]http://www.gunbroker.com/All/BI.aspx?IncludeSellers=119443[/url][/QUOTE] That doesn't apply. Remington sold the M24's to an FFL, and he is selling them. That is because of an Army clause that says nothing that was built for the military can be sold to the public. However, a FFL can buy them and THEN sell to public, which he is doing now. One of those ends in 10 mins and is already over 5 grand.
Pffft, you say Jericho, I say CZ clone.
[QUOTE=MAC21500;46625785]Pffft, you say Jericho, I say CZ clone.[/QUOTE] Technically, its a Tanfoglio clone, which itself is a CZ clone.
[QUOTE=Camwi_003;46626323]Technically, its a Tanfoglio clone, which itself is a CZ clone.[/QUOTE] Which all may as well be called modernized Browning Hi Power derivatives.
CZ > butt cancer > HP
The Hi-Power is a better gun than the 1911, and Browning himself agrees with me. Fite me. Also fuck Cloudflare, fucked up this post the first time.
[QUOTE=PrusseLusken;46626576]CZ > butt cancer > HP[/QUOTE] I'm not denying that the CZ75 is a great gun, but it has at least like 40 more tiny parts and springs than the Hi Power [editline]3rd December 2014[/editline] But anyways, I'd take a P210 over the CZ or a HP
[QUOTE=felix the cat;46626824]I'm not denying that the CZ75 is a great gun, but it has at least like 40 more tiny parts and springs than the Hi Power [editline]3rd December 2014[/editline] But anyways, I'd take a P210 over the CZ or a HP[/QUOTE] Why do people say this? The P210 is pretty, but as far as the gun itself, it is kinda crap. They were prone to breaking all the time.
[QUOTE=Camwi_003;46626950]Why do people say this? The P210 is pretty, but as far as the gun itself, it is kinda crap. They were prone to breaking all the time.[/QUOTE] Horrible ergonomics as well, it was a target gun, and it kind of failed at that.
[QUOTE=DaCommie1;46626674]The Hi-Power is a better gun than the 1911, and Browning himself agrees with me. Fite me. Also fuck Cloudflare, fucked up this post the first time.[/QUOTE] Theres not many guns out there that [i]aren't[/i] better than the 1911. [editline]3rd December 2014[/editline] [QUOTE=MAC21500;46626961]Horrible ergonomics as well, it was a target gun, and it kind of failed at that.[/QUOTE] Sigs newer ones have pretty good ergo and aren't bad pistols, but they're not worth the 2 grand sig wants to charge for them.
There are plenty of handguns out there that are better than the 1911 as a fighting handgun. As a range toy on the other hand it's pretty hard to beat the 1911's accuracy. That might have something to do with there being a massive amount of custom parts of the 1911 platform.
[QUOTE=MAC21500;46626961]Horrible ergonomics as well, it was a target gun, and it kind of failed at that.[/QUOTE] how are the p210 ergos horrible? they're pretty damn good, they fit like a glove for me [editline]3rd December 2014[/editline] and they're also some of the most precise target 9x19s you can get.. not really understanding the hate?
[QUOTE=PrusseLusken;46628475]how are the p210 ergos horrible? they're pretty damn good, they fit like a glove for me [editline]3rd December 2014[/editline] and they're also some of the most precise target 9x19s you can get.. not really understanding the hate?[/QUOTE] It's one of those guns where either it fits you or it doesn't and you can forget about modifications; basically, unless you are a collector, or have to own one, there is no reason not to purchase a competition/target 1911 in 9mm at the same price point of $2K +. Here is an extensive review and history of the new and original: [url]http://www.thefreelibrary.com/SIG+SAUER+P210+legend%3A+a+great+classic+revised,+reborn+and+brought+up...-a0278632084[/url] Another article: [url]http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2012/08/jim-barrett/gun-review-sig-sauer-p210-legend/[/url]
sig sauer p210 =/= sig p210
[QUOTE=PrusseLusken;46629770]sig sauer p210 =/= sig p210[/QUOTE] Well obviously, one is a newer, update model made in Germany instead of Switzerland. I doubt you'd be able to perceive any difference in quality however. The original was still shite, what with the hammer bite, terrible safety position and the heel mag release, all of which were awful for a combat pistol, and not the greatest for a target gun.
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