/k/ Make an improvised weapon using only what is in your room right now
You better stay back if you're allergic
I have my computer, a shitton of books, a cello, my knives, duct tape, a fuckload of pens and pencils, a printer, a sewing machine, a lot of string, a lot of needles, a bunch of other stationaries, and a selfie stick.
What can I make?
>take metal ruler
>take sharpening tool
>quickly sharpen ruler
>affix to staff
>take hole puncher
>cut off a bit of my shirt
>punch hole in two side of cloth
>put rope through hole
>make a sling
>use my rock collection for ammunition
That's your issue. Get some basic martial arts training and fuck shit up. My section fears me with an endpin in hand. Granted, it's only happened twice, but... Still, solid steel rod with a point. Pretty decent in a pinch.
Kitchens are dangerous places
> We solid snek now
>ITT noguns who don't just have $8000 in guns laying around their homes
Store money? What are you on about?
Some of us just like to have nice toys to play with and can afford them without worrying about spending too much.
Bolt lift is short, the throw is like butter. It's how a budget rifle should be. High on quality, modest on price.
I'm not sure if it's the aftermarket quadrail, the way forward vfg trend, the positioning of the flashlight, or a combination of those. I do appreciate that you left the stock alone, never understood why people don't like SCAR stocks.
I need to get down and bite the bullet on a precision bolt set up but I'm so damn spoiled from my older 700s with the original recalled Walker triggers in them.
>that ND prone 1.5 pound glass trigger
I put the vfg that far out because I have long arms.
Putting the light there makes it easy to actuate.
I tend to use thumb alongside bore, but when I might use the light I do put it on top. My elbow is not locked out (full Costa) would need like 4" more for that.
Tikka is a great way of doing it. CTR is pretty based.
>blind with flashlight
>stab stab stab stab stab
The forces of darkness will be blinded by my righteousness.