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74530 No. 74530 ID: d2caef Stickied hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Post your guns (and yours alone!).

Rules: No post without picture.
Bonus credit: Quality photography is highly appreciated.

Here's my newly acquired Smith & Wesson Model 29 (no dash).
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>> No. 106801 ID: c2c3ac
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>>106768
Time to PULL IT
>> No. 106802 ID: c2c3ac
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>>106801
>>106768
Time to J-JAM IT IN


No. 106813 ID: 9dcda2 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Who's hyped?

It's not on the Maryland roster, so I'm screwed.
>> No. 106815 ID: e0deaf
>>106813
>Who's hyped?

There's been some reports of feeding issues and getting worse & worse.
Considering it's a new design, I hope they stand behind their product and get it fixed for the people with issues.
>> No. 106822 ID: 136a5b
I don't fully buy into it, but it seems like an excellent competition gun.
I want to see them add a red dot attachment as standard.


No. 106804 ID: 0c0c91 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Whats up, nerds
>> No. 106807 ID: 9dcda2
>>106804
Your dot's missing. My M&P did the same thing.
>> No. 106808 ID: e0deaf
>>106807
>Your dot's missing. My M&P did the same thing.

Common issue?

>>106804

How'd you like the inforce APL?
People like the looks & size, but often say it's rather easy to break.
>> No. 106818 ID: d79e18
>>106808
I'm guessing so. Happened to someone I know, paint cracked and basically fell out under normal use.


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105841 No. 105841 ID: 19518e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So it's really hard to get anything for .587" bore but my buddy has some old lead bullets for his 577 Snider black powder.

I figured 170 grains of Trail Boss might be able to get a 520 grain lead bullet out the barrel.

The results were... Interesting.
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>> No. 106816 ID: 1519ac
>>106809
Did you mill that rail section or buy it from the chinese?
>> No. 106817 ID: d79e18
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>>106816
Speaking of milling one, ever see the blueprint for a Picatinny rail? I never did figure out why they did the datum the way they did, but it pissed me right off when I was considering making one.
>> No. 106819 ID: 19518e
>>106816
Milled everything. It's a little funky and welded up because I didn't have much material to work with, so it was odd bits of cut-off and stuff.

>>106814
>I hope all tolerances etc are correct. :)
Made sure to have the important dimensions and locations done in one operation and have it interface with a slot/groove fit that would locate the subsequent parts so it would weld on just about as straight as could be.

>>106817
They use the box dimension -C- to locate the position of the 45 degree cuts. It's the most elegant way (blueprint-wise) to ensure the 45 degree cuts are even in size and symmetry and location relative to the rest of the features.

It's not super straightforward at first glance, but you can start by drawing the box (0.748 by 0.108) and use the corners to start your 45 degree lines and the rest of the dimensions pretty much just fall into place.

I used a double angle cutter from Ebay, just an HSS thing like this one.

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/1-90-DEGREE-INCLUDED-ANGLE-HIGH-SPEED-STEEL-DOUBLE-ANGLE-CUTTER/222108712590?hash=item33b6b5fe8e:g:ApkAAOSwRH5XK6S9
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Engraved "action" and "muzzle" on the rings to identify them as the barrel has a slight taper. To match it, the rings had to be fit (cutter comp) and labeled so they didn't get mixed up.
>> No. 106821 ID: 19518e
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Other side on the mount, showing the block I used to align the parts.

Everything was hit with some scotch-brite deburring and stuff, but I'm probably going to sandblast it and throw it into the "to get anodized" pile at work.


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106521 No. 106521 ID: 56139e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I got some crazy ideas I want to try someday.

First off, some kind of solid metal gauntlet, attached to an elbow brace. With a mechanism on the knuckles that holds shotgun shells and fires them when you punch.
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>> No. 106650 ID: df12a0
>>106521
Like Yang Xiao Long, from Rooster Teeth's "RWBY" series?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zG9WPfwPzdg
>> No. 106652 ID: a70f4c
  >>106650
I remember watching their Rage Quit series. Therapy for frustrated video gamers.
Rage Quit - Secret Santa https://youtu.be/6ULGut9qG6A
>> No. 106661 ID: 30d556
OP is mentally ill. Please video record your autism.
>> No. 106744 ID: 09c7e0
>>106528
>What would be the brightest lights you could take down into a cave? What about back ups that don't depend on electricity?

flamethrower, but i want u that the jidf takes a dim view of burning jews, even underground cavejews sets them off.
>> No. 106812 ID: ad2a44
I have always thought of having a 20mm arm cannon to wear while driving.
If you are held up through your window (happened to friend while I was in back seat before) you don’t have to wait for the perpetrator to bleed out.


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106755 No. 106755 ID: e809d9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
556 doggos were sacrificed to the murder /k/ube for this holy relic of a weapon.

26 U.S. Code § 5845

DEFINITION OF A RIFLE
>The term “rifle” means a weapon designed or redesigned, made or remade, and intended to be fired from the shoulder and designed or redesigned and made or remade to use the energy of the explosive in a fixed cartridge to fire only a single projectile through a rifled bore for each single pull of the trigger,
>>>FIRE ... ONLY A SINGLE PROJECTILE
>>>SINGLE PULL

DEFINITION OF A MACHINEGUN - NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT OF 1934
>The term “machinegun” means any weapon which shoots, is designed to shoot, or can be readily restored to shoot, automatically more than one shot, without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger.
>>>SHOOT ... MORE THAN ONE SHOT
>>>SINGLE FUNCTION
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>> No. 106795 ID: 1519ac
>>106793
Just because release triggers have been around doesn't mean anyone's thought of this before.
>> No. 106797 ID: e809d9
>>106795
Just like a Mossberg Shockwave has always been theoretically legal but until 2010 nobody thought about the firearm loophole and even then everyone was afraid of actually doing it without registering it as an AOW until Mossberg stepped up and put their money where their month is.
>> No. 106798 ID: b00a13
>>106794
I have no idea. The thought was that it might somehow throw the gun into the legal category of "firearm". I don't understand it.

>>106795
That does mean that ether these shotguns with release triggers have been misclassified by the ATF for decades (not out of the realm of possibility, but now raises into question the legality of those sales seeing as the 4473 would have been submitted wrong) OR this has nothing to do with a release trigger. I think this potentially could have some unsavory legal ramifications if it is release trigger related.

Also, Franklin Armory already made a release trigger for AR15's back in 2015 called the RFS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUjou-SwtlA
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>>106798
There's nothing illegal about registering a Mossberg cruiser as a shotgun instead of a pistol grip firearm, all it does is permanently fix the minimum barrel length at 18 inches.

I still think the Binary trigger is key; but if a release trigger alone is all it takes then I wonder when I'll be able to buy one of these from my local gunshop.
>> No. 106806 ID: e809d9
>>106766
https://www.franklinarmory.com/collections/binarytrigger/products/franklin-armory-bfsiii-binary-firing-system-iii-trigger-for-hk


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106779 No. 106779 ID: b1f0f8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Got a police trade in M&P .45 from Aim Surplus.
>> No. 106780 ID: b1f0f8
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Cost me $412 after shipping and transfer fees. Shoots OK at 25 yards. I tried some JHPs and SWCs earlier today
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20' indoors. I think after this I'm going to buy a small sized backstrap after today. Because it was a police tradein it didn't come with anything other than the installed medium one.


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106706 No. 106706 ID: 19518e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
There's a machine gun thread a while ago but I felt like I should start a specific thread for firearms fed by belts.

Mostly because of this MG34 that followed me home.

Since this really is the first rifle of this type that I've had to play with, I'm a little out of my element. This is a TNW semi-auto only 7.92x57 and I wouldn't mind learning everything I can about this particular piece.
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>> No. 106781 ID: a70f4c
  >>106775
Yeah, the way the MG-34 and 42 can quickly remove their barrels were great advantages to other machine-guns like the Browning M1919, although certain light machine-guns like the Bren Gun had mechanisms for quickly swapping out their barrels.

Gunsmithing Disassembly Browning 1919 Machine Gun Disassembly and Reassembly (Gunworks) https://youtu.be/AP1T7ZRzW1s
>> No. 106782 ID: a70f4c
  Browning 1919A4 vs. German MG-34 Part 1 https://youtu.be/8VDxAv3--RY
>> No. 106783 ID: a70f4c
  Browning 1919A4 vs. German MG-34 Part 2 https://youtu.be/qh-BlCTK3lo
>> No. 106784 ID: a70f4c
  MG-34: The Universal Machine Gun Concept https://youtu.be/E-KgQ-OZJZ8
The MG34 was the first German implementation of the universal machine gun concept - and really the first such fielded by any army. The idea was to have a single weapon which could be used as a light machine gun, heavy machine gun, vehicle gun, fortification gun, and antiaircraft gun. The MG34 was designed to be light enough for use as an LMG, to have a high enough rate of fire to serve as an antiaircraft gun, to be compact and flexible enough for use in vehicles and fortifications, and to be mounted on a complex and advanced tripod for use as a heavy machine gun. Mechanically, the MG34 is a recoil operated gun using a rotating bolt for locking. It is chambered for 8mm Mauser, and feeds from 50-round belt segments with a clever and unique quick-change barrel mechanism. The early versions were fitted with adjustable rate reducers in the grips allowing firing from 400 to 900 rounds per minute, and also had an option for a top cover which would fit a 75-round double drum magazine. Both of these features were rather quickly discarded, however,r in the interest of more efficient production. However, the gun fulfilled its universal role remarkably well. The MG34 was considered a state secret when first developed, and despite entering production in 1936 it would not be formally adopted until 1939 - by which time 50,000 or so had already been manufactured. It would comprise about 47% of the machine guns in German service when the Wehrmacht invaded Poland, but would be fully standardized by March of 1941. It was replaced by the MG42 later in the war, as that weapon was both faster and cheaper to produce and also required substantially less of the high-grade steel alloys that Germany had limited supplies of. However, it would continue to be produced through the war, particularly for vehicle mounts.
>> No. 106786 ID: f2172d
>>106759

Funnily enough, my dealer picked up a MG34 parts kit this week. The barrel is in surprisingly good shape, waffenamt and everything. He's debating whether to get a semi-receiver from TNW and build, or just flip the kit alone.


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106668 No. 106668 ID: 6ef9f1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Hello all.

I'm trying to find a new handguard for my AR. I'm not terribly picky but do specifically want a few features:
Free Float
Cannot be used as a cheesegrater.

I'm looking at pulling the trigger next week or so on the pictured Yankee Hill but would like other recommendations.
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>>106747
Woah, I am loving that flat top mount free float setup, I like that setup because you don't have to buy a raiser for your red dot sight.

I see their gen 2 and 3 doesn't have the flat top mount.

Extra bonus for triangle tube
>> No. 106749 ID: 181cef
>>106748
The flat top mount should be compatible, mine's a gen 2, but they've got top mounts for gen 3 as well.

http://www.precisionreflex.com/Products.aspx?CAT=4814
>> No. 106750 ID: 988090
>>106749
So that top rail piece is an add-on? So that top rail can go on any size just have to pick the right length, that's pretty cool
>> No. 106751 ID: 181cef
>>106750
Yep, it attaches to the flat top of the upper receiver like the Vltor CASV, and attaches to the hand guard via screws and plates inside the hand guard. Needless to say it's easier to add the top rail when the hand guard is not attached to the rifle.
>> No. 106770 ID: 6ca38e
Love my BCM KMR handguard on my PBEAR MkII. Lightweight, not too thick, a good fit for my hands. They also have the Mlok MCMR now. Either should come in under your budget. Just I would suggest if you go with the KMR that you get the aluminum "Alpha" version rather than the magnesium alloy version. It's fine if you're not gonna put anything load bearing on it, but keymod is already weaker than mlok, no need to exacerbate the issue. (I know one OPERATOR who managed to rip off his vfg at the range with an original KMR)


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105892 No. 105892 ID: 1519ac hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I wanna build a Para FAL to go with my Imbel fullsize, but I can't decide between an surplus Imbel front end with a 17.2" barrel for $300, or a brand new DSA with a 16" barrel for $495. What do?
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>> No. 106448 ID: 1519ac
Surprisingly hard to pick up a bolt for a FAL. The Para kit came with a carrier but no bolt, I snagged an Ausfailian L1A1 stripped bolt for $40.
>> No. 106666 ID: 1519ac
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Just a mockup. Lots of work to do, still need to make a receiver wrench and barrel vice, torque the barrel, install correct locking shoulder, and source a few more small parts. Oh, and figure out what I'm doing to permanently attach the mag.
>> No. 106752 ID: a70f4c
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7.92x33mm FAL Modification at GunLab
This is Pete’s , a friend of Gun Lab, version of a 7.92×33 rifle. His solution was to put in a new ejector block of his design with a spring loaded ejector. Then remove 0.900″ from the magazine to fit the 7.92×33 round.
With the last post we made on the 7.92×33 FN-FAL we showed a FAL that had a new ejector block and magazine made to allow the rifle to shoot 7.92×33. This post will show a different approach to reach the same conclusion, shooting 7.92×33. This series of photographs comes from another friend of Gun Lab and how he converted his rifle to use MP-44 magazines. This version the owner cut down the receiver by 0.900 and welded support plates to enlarge the magazine housing. http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2015/08/11/7-92x33mm-fal-modification-at-gunlab/
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>> No. 106754 ID: a70f4c
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The first prototype of what was then the FN Universal Carbine, but that would become the FN FAL (Light Automatic Rifle), was not chambered for the familiar 7.62×51 NATO, nor its competitor round the .280 British, but in the German 7.92x33mm Kurzpatrone round developed in 1942 for the MKb. 42(H) (the predecessor of the famous Sturmgewehr).
- The FN “Universal Carbine”, prototype No. 1. This was the only rifle in the FAL family chambered at the factory for 7.92x33mm Kurz. Image source: gunlab.net


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