What’s the best gun that I can buy in this tightly regulated hell state? Pretty much limited to bolt or lever action
>>42586762M10.>Lee-Enfield action>7.62x39>uses AK mags
>>42587058So fuggin aesthetic.
Remington 7600. You'll probably have to illegally import all the tacticool ad ons with the shitty import laws.
>>42587111>>42587058I guess if I lived in a cukked place, this' would be my innawoods / SHTF gun.
>>42587912...in fact, some of the custom versions I've seen really fascinate me.
>>42587111I WANT I WANT I WANT WHERE GET GIBE DRUMFED BOLT BABY PLS
>>42588006The A/A M10-A2 and A3 use AK mags.They rifles are a tad obscure outside of Australia
>>42588011>They rifles are a tad obscure outside of AustraliaAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
>>42588011>>42588018they were meant to be imported into the United States but there was a flap-up with the stocks being imported/manufactured in Vietnam which rubbed US import laws the wrong way, and I think the company gave up because the increased sales and exposure did not justify expense and difficulty of compliance.which such, I want one.
>>42588018Google shows that some has been on American auction sites in recent years.Still, dunno why you'd settle down with something like this, if you can get a proper AK or SKS instead.
>>42588045I have both. Don't have any bolt actions that can take drum mags tho.
>>42586762PicrelatedOr the 7615 if youre in a shit state like NewSuckWales
>>42588045A bolt action that takes AK mags just sounds super fucking comfy as a brush blaster or cheap plinker desu
>>42586762Target shooting and hunting to 400 m: Get a bolt action .223, .243 or .308. All good rounds with a variety of factory loads from the shop. If hunting, definitely also need to consider what you want to hunt. These rifles range from below 1k to past 3 depending on manufacturing quality.Target shooting and hunting past 400 m: .300 Win Mag or .338 Lapua. The Ruger Precision is good and affordable in these chamberings, but is illegal in NSW as it resembles a modern military rifle.Steel targets, rimfire: Lever actions are fun. Available from various manufacturers (e.g. Chiappa, Henry). There are also good straight-pulls available with removable magazines.Hunting big game in Northern Territory: Look for typical safari rifles. Double rifles are nice, but expensive; as are the ammunition.Pistols: Just buy what you think looks nice. You are only ever going to be shooting paper from at abou 35 metres away maximum. .22 LR rimfire is cheap, and there are both revolver and magazine fed options. However, it feels kind of weak and can get boring. 9 mm is very common, and there are once again both revolver and magazine fed options like Glocks, USPs, and versions of 1911s and Hi-Powers.Clay target: If you want to go to a range with Olympic shooting wannabes, only buy a over-under. Don't show up with a single barrel break action, lever action, straight pull or triple barrel. They will all be massive cocksuckers either in front of you or behind your back. If you plan to go to a fun range without giant faggots, get whatever you want. 12 gauge, 20 gauge, .410; it doesn't really matter. When it is at full competition speed, you are going to miss everything anyway. Also, if you go to the wanky Olympic range, make sure you wear one of those shit looking shotgun vests that look like a hi-vis vest, but made of mostly mesh. Also, make sure you get a shotgun with ejectors, and try to launch the spent shells directly at one of the knobs nearby as they prepare to call pull.