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Yeah the ammo shortage suck, but at least people know what it's like to own a swiss

Swiss thread?
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>>48105528
He probably doesn't, but I do
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Of course
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>>48107607
sir please remove the pussyboot from rifle
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>>48105528
the only thing full of shit is my dick after putting it in ur mums door no.2, but please, enlighten me.
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>>48107325
Ya, buy we're getting the surp. If they make as they need it, that means no surp.

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Wouldn't it a lot better if instead of the ranger regiment existing. We simply replace every dismount reconnaissance troop within the cavalry squadron of every IBCT with a ranger company? You could also have independent ranger battalions to be used in a similar vain to how independent tank battalions were used in WWII. Wouldn't this be a much more effective use of rangers than just having an independent ranger regiment that spends most of its time either pulling security for real SOF or just doing swat raids on 14 year old Taliban opium dealers?
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lol delta does what it takes a 100 rangers with only 5

omg its delta force
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why would you fight for a country that circumcises infants without anesthesia and doesn't have free healthcare and imports millions of subhumans and destroys white small to middle businesses?
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>>48105416
>lets let one section of the military get good at combat and let everyone else just stand around doing nothing.
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>>48109221
>hey even though we’re reducing troop numbers let’s send in the B-Team and divert them from training for the emerging near peer threat so they can get some reps in doing raids
Wow, what a dumb idea.
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>>48109278
>nooo i need to inject my steroids and trm my beard and make sure my pecs are pumped!!!!!

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Crests with a lot of words edition.
No french-shit
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>>48107971
Did you medal?
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>>48108147
My parents have my great-grandfather's Croix de Guerre (War cross) from Verdun, does that count?
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>>48100104
Have you seen Wright on the k98k forum?
He's so boomer that I'm convinced he's one of us.
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>>48102367
I too have my grandfather's 1911.
The NRA had these programs where they would take a huge bulk of milsurp straight from the military and sell them to NRA members.
They did it with the garand and carbine too.
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>>48108025
Yugo crests are so underrated.

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ITT: We are naval officers circa February 1, 1922
>did you guys hear the rumors that the frogs are testing a 17.7" gun?
>these muzzle velocity figures have to be a lie, no way they're getting that much muzzle energy from an L/45
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give you a page 11 bump

Looking to learn how to use the sword and looking for advice on where to start. Also sword post so post your swords or favorites
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>>48096872
It should be pointed out that this hideousness is very historically accurate.
Beauty and elegance wasn't much of a priority when it came to these things, most of them were intended to be cost-effective, first and foremost. The king of Norway imported over 8000 of these things in 1589 from southern Germany, Switzerland and Austria - enough to arm a good chunk of the country's male population
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>>48107286
Perhaps by mixing the shittiness of Windlass with the awfulness of Patton swords, you'll get a reality-breaking combination of terribleness that somehow winds up being alright
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>>48108349
I'd prefer if it was available with a blade that is not turkish. But hey, if it works.
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>>48106827
Your projection has no bearing.
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>>48085792
I’m going to drive a longsword through your stomach

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*blocks your path*
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>>48109012

What if I'm wearing a spiked collar?
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>>48108158
Joke is on you
>Kel Tec CP33 W/ +17
>.22lr rains down in suppressed fashion
>Cat takes 23 to the face
>I check my 3, 6 and 8
>Hunker and pull out granola
>NOM NOM over my kill
>.22lr is the new 10mm
>Cut tail off and shove it in ass
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>>48108859
Your best bet is blasting it with a large caliber firearm
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>>48106689
I have a Glock 20 in a chest holster so it’s ok
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>>48106689
*unzips dick
The time has come and so have I

Just went down the rabbit hole as nugget food is rare and expensive in my country. Seems straight forward, ish. How's the Lee Breech Lock Challenger kit for a beginner?

Also, reloading general, I guess.
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>>48108951
Here take my dubbz, have a good day.
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Get the Lee classic turret kit if you can not much more expensive and 10 times the value you just omit the index rod and rotate by hand till you are comfortable
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>>48109092
Can't get that where I live. Can get the Deluxe Challenger Kit, though, might spring on that instead.
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Great kit
don't forget you need ref. manuals
good set of mics
bullet comparators
mes yr bullets for the ogive not the tip
take the time to fully understand how you are working the brass from start to finish and back to start
small base dies for gas guns is a must
be sure to teach someone else as soon as you learn the ropes
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also don't work with out a case length / headspace gauge

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It's the best striker fired pistol. Simple as.
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I like mine
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>>48104487
I've fired off thousands of rounds through glocks and never once limp wristed one. this is a soi problem exclusively
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Apologize
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>>48104461
Ruger LCP makes for an excellent concealed pocket gun. Rounded edges result in virtually no snags when drawing.
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>>48108169
>mann licher

>Vista Outdoors, the parent company of ammunition brands Federal, CCI, Blazer, and Speer (among others), announced during an earnings call last week a yearlong backlog of ammunition orders worth $1 billion.
>“We currently have over a year’s worth of orders for ammunition in excess of $1 billion,” CEO Chis Metz said during the Nov. 5 call, calling the backlog “unprecedented.”
Dont you see? Its not coming back this time

https://www.gunsamerica.com/digest/vista-outdoors-announces-1-year-1-billion-ammunition-backlog/
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>>48109205
>>$1,000,000,000+ in back orders
That's value of the finished product, not the profit they'd make.
>>won't spend $10,000,000 on a new plant to fulfill orders faster
>>won't even spend $1,000,000 on tooling to put in a warehouse and convert it into a production plant
Numbers from your ass without any idea of how much those investments would help. Also, as other people have been saying repeatedly in this thread, primers are a major bottleneck right now and that's not something you can build new production capacity for easily and cheaply.
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>>48107556
Especially when we have this same thread every other day and basic concepts are explained. Like holy fuck it’s not hard to figure out.
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>>48108155
It is a feedback loop. The only way to stop panic buying and return to normal is if people stop panic buying and realize they have plenty. But the best way to protect your own interests in a run on something is to panic buy and buy whatever you can because you don’t know when it’s coming back. It’s a vicious cycle.
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>>48109226
Probably have to fill military and LEO contracts first. But the amount of money to be made on the civilian market would be too much for any company to pass up
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>>48108404
>This is the death of the civilian arms market and they're too stupid to see it.
No. Demand is not going to be an issue. There are more guns and gun owners than ever. They are becoming more popular. The country is becoming more unstable. Guns will be in high demand for a long time. It may be the death of recreational shooting because of regulation but not because people just don’t want to ever again.

So over the weekend, I bought a 29-3 44 mag for about 750. Everything in shop seemed fine, the action was smooth and lockup good with acceptable cylinder gap. I bought it and came back a week later cuz out of town.

I took it and sat down in my car to leave, dry fired once to verify again that it was working and the snap sounded weak. Wtf? I go to pull back the hammer,and that shit is locked up hard. The trigger also locked in place. I took it back to the shop but they said they couldnt look at it till a few days, and this was a 2 hour drive from my place already. Called smith today and they said estimate for repair is 3 months with a 6 month completion est.

What would you guys do in this senario? S/w has horrendous customer service, And i feel like theyre gonna fuck it up or im gonna wait a year till I get this shit back. Also not sure if I should sell it at a loss or see it through and hope s/w techs can do their job
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>>48109149
>t. buttblasted glock owner becoming aware that it stovepipes if you look at it wrong
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>>48109208
Lol, if you shoot enough you will learn that anything can fail, kid.
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>>48109149
>Also congrats on being disillusioned on revolver reliability.

The 29-3 was produced from 82-88, it could have changed a dozen bubba hands in that time, i wouldn't blame the revolver first thing.
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>>48109216
SEETHING
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>>48109219
>a dozen different bubbas filling away at the insides at different times in the guns life
Poor desecrated thing should just be put down at this point

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Why did they choose the compact over the full size?
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>>48100759
All of the different operators do
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>>48102104
No they use hollow points and just call it was counter terrorism.
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>>48108686
>You just keep doubling down on making a fool of yourself with those pictures. Maybe you should do a little basic research on the constraints of gelatin as a bullet testing medium, or just stop posting pictures all together.
So you posted a chart regarding wound volume in gel >>48108313 and now you're whining that gel is invalid.
This right here already exposes how pathetic you people are.
>nor is that in any way relevant
It is relevant - considering that people are throwing accusations of not understanding the subject at each other, and one of them is too fucking retarded not to recognize ball vs jhp tracts in gel.
>a 9mm apologist engaging in disingenuous argumentation by dismissing a point for a reason he then admits he knows is incorrect.
There's no dismissal, you're just looking for a cop out. I was accused of moving the goalposts. I didn't. You PURPOSEFULLY misunderstood my comment to make it seem I was the one moving the goalposts. If you have to play dumb to score points in an argument, i just makes you look dumb. Come back with an actual point.
>This effect applies equally to both rounds, ergo the .45 will still offer an increase in PWC over the 9mm which is proportional to its increased frontal area of the projectile.
Prove it. What is the .45 ball effective frontal area?
>Prove that a significant increase in hole surface area(ergo in peripheral bleeding and flow rate of maximum possible blood loss) somehow really doesn't matter.
Wrong. It's your burden to prove that the difference between effective frontal areas matter. You're pretending that effective frontal area scales linearly with no evidence.
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Reminder if you cherish your life you won't use 9mm. Gel isn't a human, and 9mm has never in its history had good real life outcomes.

Video related, guy takes five or six rounds of 9mm, and still gets out of his car and turns around. Had he not been sober that cop would be dead. Theres hundreds of accounts of druggie taking dozens of shots before dropping, both in the states, and overseas by soldiers.

Fact is 9mm, can't handle bone, can't handle clothing or even cheap chink body armor, can't handle anything but soft tissue, and all around underperforms. If your goal is to wound, then look no farther.
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>>48104047
tfw you'll never get extra "leave" to go on a CIA contract job.

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>hey anon could you hand me the bore snake?
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>>48101723
Based
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>>48102010
quality post
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>>48098872
White women are more dangerous then any single race
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>>48102010
Good post, king
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>>48101608

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Post Aesthetics
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>>48108911
Yes, clearly the woman is the biggest loser in that pic....
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>>48108866
You know DPM guy is crushing that cunt

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>Actual assailant at door
>Fiddling w your decocker
>Shot 6 rounds in them before you fiddled with the first of your 3 knobs
You okay back there, gramps? No worries, go get your gun polish out and shine up. What's that? No need? Your all metal paperweight hasn't seen actual use since you bought it? Yeah...yeah...
#BoomerGunProblems
At least it looks cool, right? 45 special, two world wars. I mean you're more likely to drop it than fire it in a crisis scenario, but hey now.
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who are you quoting
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who are you quoting
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who are you quoting

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Jelly? Post yours if you feel superior
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>>48108191
Now you guys make me want to get a Toblerone

Smh

It'll probably cost me $1200+ over here in the peoples republic of California

Off roster
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>>48107000
ok
>>48108151
I need your BLAST, anon
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>>48108453
It took me a while to find, anon. I have a script that searched ebay everyday, two times a day for one. I bought mine at BIN price cause this was the only time Ive seen it for sale in 3 years. I also scored an HK marked LDI BLAST 2 as well this way.
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>>48108623
I require your BLAST 2
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>>48108453
How much does Kendo charge for the Samurai Edge?




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