>get a mild interest in gunz from browsing /k/ the past few days, never owned or used a firearm before
>Start looking around for guns, AK's look pretty interesting and fun to shoot
>Notice that all the ones available to buy are semi-auto
>Read that fully automatic AK's cost a fuckton here owing to laws
>Read about Class 3 weapons and all the shit I have to go through to get one
Why though? I just want to drive down to a range, and take out a week's worth of stress on an unsuspecting tree or shoot cans or something.
Why can't I just have fun? I just want to use a fully automatic weapon.
So much this
As the owner of a semi-auto AK, they're still fun as fuck to shoot
>AK's look pretty interesting and fun to shoot
They're like having a purpose-built off-road truck. Fun as fuck all the time.
>Aks are terrible first guns
>Aks are terrible first guns.
>Robust as fuck
>Easy to feed
>Easy to clean
>Easy to adapt
SUCH A FUCKING TERRIBLE FIRSTGUN
I'm pretty sure she's more of a giver than a taker in that department. See you at Watanagashi.
Yeah I already have that set as my background for my phone and funny enough it looks nice on my screen especially with the crack screen I now have on my phone from gripping it too tight and I will need luck on getting my CCW soon right after seeing a psychiatrist for minor things that shshouldn't disgard me from getting a gun to carry
>Why can't I just have fun? I just want to use a fully automatic weapon.
Because in 1986 an antigun jew slipped the hughes amendment into a progun bill and it was passed and signed by reagan.
Welcome to guns AKs are great vote progun.
>Aks are terrible first guns. Get a handgun or something.
fuck off, really a rifle is better as a first gun in every possible way. Millions of people around the world have had an AK as their first gun, OP will be fine.
If you build one from a kit, it's relatively easy to modify to full auto. Slightly more difficult to make select fire, but not by much.
With the availability of parts kits these days though, I would be reluctant to use one on something that stays hidden in your attic 99% of the time
Ak is a great first gun, can't fuck them up and very few parts so maintenance is easy. They're also not relatively useless like a .22, complicated and demanding like and AR, or inherently unsafe like a glock.
>complicated and demanding
Pick 1 man, the AR design is simple as hell, you could probably teach a 2 year old to break it down in like 10 minutes. That shit doesn't even have a piston to worry about.
>inherently unsafe like a glock.
Op here, from what I've read, don't Glocks have an issue where they break really easy or something? What makes them unsafe compared to other firearms? I was looking at some of theirs.
FA parts kit from Brownells or Midway, plus slight modification to the bolt.
Check out Mega Modern Combat Tactics torrent for a pamphlet on how to do it, or look it up on jewtube. I'm pretty sure someone on the files put together a guide as well.
If you want it to hold up, you will need a chrome lined barrel (CHF vs button rifled is meaningless, you just want chrome lining not nitriding), and a BCG from a military style rifle like a WASR, not one designed for semi auto (softer metal deforms quickly under full auto)
That said an AK is relatively less fun to use FA, an AR is much more controllable and accurate in bursts
damn, where would you guys be without your memes?
They have light triggers and no safeties. Though you should practice trigger discipline, holstering your weapon must be done carefully. This is even more dangerous when under stress, say after actually having to use your gun.
They also aren't as reliable as many claim. I've had more stovepipes in my glock than any other weapon I own, and there have been some that blew up (hence the glocknade meme) and they have plastic guide rods that can break. They were high tech when they came out 30 years ago, but they haven't added any features since then, so outdated as well.
I've shot one in FA and I could barely get 2 rounds on target before the muzzle rose too high. Granted I was like 17 and it was the first gun I ever shot, probably didn't have any muzzle device on it either.
Still seems like it would be bretty gool. Is there a way to do it legally?
>glock essentially gives LEOs glocks for production costs
>assloads of departments buy them
>glock becomes "Americas pistol"
>hurr people shoot themselves with this a lot so it must be unsafe
No, there are just a lot of stupid people in the world using a popular product.
Consider also that "coffee drinkers" so to speak tend to be inferiorly trained and flat-out lazy compared to a typical "tea drinker" who "drinks tea" because it's a real interest and not a requirement of his job.
I know exactly how you feel, it's why I never bought a butchered AR when I turned 18 (this was during AWB period btw).
>right to bear arms
>jews and hippies always bitching about firearms constantly
>still can't even buy a fucking M16/M4
I was super fucking pissed at what these baby boomers have left us. I think most everyone feels that way. Even more annoying is when these same hippies and liberals whine about "think of the chilluns" when they know damn well what they're proposing will remove more of this freedom from our children as well as 300 million Americans. What kind of world do you want to leave our children?
Even so, semi-auto is easy to shoot super fast.
Get you a nice AR-15 with some 30 round magazines and a nice muzzle brake. Some Surefire EP3 ear pro or a pair of howard leight electronic muffs too. Because your ears will start bleeding and all you will hear is "EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE" for a while if you don't have a suppressor or ear protection.
Yes, OP is likely to spend a ton of cash on ammo blasting dirt and cans (if he's in a rural area) instead of honing his shooting skills on paper targets, but I'm certain he will gain at least a little skill with it.
Plus if he fucks up an AK/AR barrel learning to clean his rifle, he can transfer that skill to other firearms and perhaps he won't fuck up something hard to replace.
That's not comparable. Your coffee is not a deadly weapon that can go 0 to blowyourfuckingdickoff with the simple flick of a finger. These devices benefit from having safety features, as even intelligent people are capable of human error.
Glock triggers are pretty darn light bro, and a trigger safety is not a safety, that's a "drop safety" (as if a guns supposed to not be safe when dropped?) There is no mechanism for safe holstering of the weapon, that's its issue. It has nothing to do with fuckups like the Oscar Grant incident where the cop shouldn't have had his finger on the trigger to begin with.
Bump stocks. No seriously, if they're legal in your state and you just want to burn ammo on some poor trees or cans, a bump stock is a nice substitute if you don't have to $10 grand for a real full auto.
>AR design is simple as hell, you could probably teach a 2 year old to break it down in like 10 minutes.
And I could teach a 2 year old to disassemble and reassemble an AK in 5 minutes. It's that much more simple. AR was designed for american soldiers who were expected to have finished highschool. AK is designed for the Slavic village retards who can't even count to 10 let alone read or write..
It blows my fucking mind that people actually think you cun just buy an automatic weapon in the united states.
Bump Stocks are illegal, don't let Mr, ATF find it
It's a stock that mechanically reciprocates on recoil to fire another round, simulating automatic fire through a process called "bump firing"
FORRR THE ORRRRRRRRRRRDEEEEEERRR!!!
I love those foregrips.
>nikolai, the filthy western pigs have foldy tubes attached to rails attached to their guns to be of holding it differently, what are we goings to do!?
>fear not Ivan, we shall cut wood guard a different shape