It sucks. What the photo doesn’t show is the hours of wire-brushing, CLPing, and coating to bring the weapon to a “serviceable” condition. On average… a week of the gun out in the sea spray means time for a full scrubbing. Next time I’m
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In my opinion if it’s during war for war purposes it’s gunporn, Random person butchering a piece of history = gungore. I love it, never knew about it, also thanks for those sources, going to read through them later tonight. The 30rd Bren magazine
just guessing, the r700 a bolt action is inherently more precise than a semi auto. thats not to say a good semi cant beat a bolt, but its a pretty good rule of thumb. The issue is with repetition. A semi just has so
**Upper:** – Colt 14.5″ Barrel – KAC RAS – Insight Dual Switch – EOTech 553 (SU-231) **Lower:** – Colt CAR Stock – Shaved A2 Grip If it’s not really listed it’s probably milspec part or not really that important to note. Snagged a lot
This is what I’m having a struggle with. I love the concept of these shotgun cards, but I’m worried about the sturdiness. Like if I go to grab shells, how much play or wobbling do you get? I know Mesa Tactical is pricey, but
You also get increased cartridge weight which means more weight for a given magazine capacity, a bulkier cartridge and also one with increased recoil, with a less aerodynamic bullet that has a much less flat trajectory. The benefits of the 4.6mm round go beyond
Ohio Ordnance Works developed a closed bolt, semi auto only (and thus civilian legal/non-NFA) version of the Browning Automatic Rifle that replicates the look and feel of the historic firearm. Concurrently, using the same tooling they developed this variant for civilian collectors of tactical
You’re welcome.. You can’t really jump into it too fast. Not enough people frequent it to be constantly changing. (Not for the amount of times I check it. Lol) it’s nice though.
Awesome shotgun! Not criticizing your shotgun in particular or saying its bad, but has anyone noticed Remington just not being what it used to be? I have an 870 wingmaster I inherited from my father that’s 30+ years old. I compared it side by
Also, the subsonic 7.62×39 Soviet loading sucks by comparison! >In the mid 1950s, Elizarov’s team, now working at NII-61, developed a special subsonic bullet for the 7.62×39 cartridge. It was adopted for service in 1962, and given the army designation “7.62 US” (US stood
The stock set is from a 500. The heat shield is available from Mossberg. The Ghost Ring sights are factory Mossberg. The fronts are usually soldered or epoxied on. Just get a 590 if you really want the GRS sights.
I guess it goes back to the adage “it looks like it shoots”. Although I have never shot one personally, it looks like it would have the ergonomics of a railroad tie taped to an old power drill. But, to each their own.
Its actually really popular for good and experienced engravers to sell guns like these which have been highly customized. The cheaper guns can be made to look pretty ,probably wont be shot much, and can be sold to the end user at a cheaper
Not really, at least this one wasn’t. It was a sporting gun meant to be used a few weekends a year in the game season, not shooting 100-odd clays every weekend for the whole year. Added to that it was reasonably old. He just
You’re assuming a full size shotgun as a replacement. You can use just throw a stock on that little shotgun if all you’re worried about is breaching doors. The only advantage of having it attached to your rifle is that you can switch between
>Every range I go to forbids photography. Do you get special permission in advance? Depends on the range. Here in Northern Virginia the range at the NRA HQ strictly bans photography; they’ll kick you out if you so much as take a phone to
I have the game. Just got Kellogg’s Pistol last night. You’re right it doesn’t. I was watching a YouTuber play it and he had Kellogg’s pistol with a red dot, so I assumed it came by default. Technically Kellogg’s a 44 Magnum tho… so
Took a trip to Texas during summer with some friends and got to shoot this bad boy! I had only shot two times before this (one of the times being a few days before) so it was a little scary at first to say
Hmm, could it be the big smooth curves that CZ like to put around their triggers and handles? That seems to be the biggest aesthetic difference between the CZ family and the pistols you mentioned. (I personally think the CZ-SP01 is the sexiest handgun
just over $1 per round for some of the best 5.56 match ammo, and $1.5-$2 for .308 match ammo. Effective soft (human) target stopping for 5.56 is 300-600 yards, and 800-1100 yards for .308. you can hit targets at 1000 yards with 77 gr
Hey, that’s one of my pics! Thanks for posting. [Here’s a higher res version and a close up on the mag release](http://imgur.com/a/sfIn4). Sorry they both kinda suck, I had no idea how a camera worked at the time. This was from SHOT 2014 BTW.
*Additional info:* A design indigenous to North Korea, the Type 70 has elements of the Walther PP, Makarov, and even the Browning Model 1910 pistols. Operating on a hammer fired simple blowback mechanism with a cross bolt type safety, exposed serrated ring style hammer,
I like it… But is it me or does it look like the barrel is kind of dangling semi-limply? Might just be the combination of the angle of the photo versus the angle of the bottom of the stock fore end… but it doesn’t
One is a red dot without any magnification. The other is an optic with no revival, just magnification and probably a spring loaded flip away base. That way you can toggle between the two easily.