Didn't see one in the catalog so let's have one. Questions that don't deserve their own thread thread.
When I'm buying a gun online, like through Atlantic Firearms, do I buy it as myself and have it sent to the FFL of my choosing, or do I have the purchase done by the FFL of my choice?
From the other QTDDTOT thread, I'm the guy that had the problem with his Mosin. Turns out it was the yellow tip ammo I was using; the bottom of the cartridge is thicker than the bare tip surplus stuff I tried, which cycled flawlessly. Just wanted to thank my /k/ommandbros for the advice.
Yes you should go in with the information of who you're buying it from (ie: email/fax number)
Ask if they will do a transfer, (they'll say yes as long as you're willing to pay their fee) and they'll send who you're buying from their FFL info.
Then buy the gun online and have it ship to the FFL
Is this gun reproducible? Can anyanon identify this please?
A buddy of mine wants a gun, just to keep in the house, never plans on taking it to the range.
>yeah, i think ill get a glock
I said, "seems like a waste of money, why dont you get a hi-point?"
>i might not plan on using it, but when i do, id like it to work
I said, "it might be made cheap, but only the stress points need any kind of craftsmanship, it'll be fine"
Am i wrong? I need validation, or a second opinion.
How much is a good price for an east german Makarov? I heard they were a cut above the rest but dont know how much more they sell for than a bulg
Yeah you can buy the upper for your AR.
I think Joergsprave the slingshot guy stuck it on an m16 lower (yeah the fun switch one because germans define machine guns different). He liked it.
What's an apartment friendly way to mount a reloading press? Like something I could put on a table or have standalone but not a giant workbench.
thats depends on what rifle you are talking about. guns like the BFR should handle factory ammo just fine, i believe level 2 (marlin and winchester rifle) loads, just don't throw ruger level reloads through it and you'll be fine.
Single stage press?
From my experience, lee single stage, a single block of wood, like a 2x4 works to mount the press and the powder thrower. Use 2 c-clamps to secure it. Make sure you cut a block out from under the press though, think of a dresser drawer, to catch the primers. That shit backed up on me.
totally not a crossbow
Is this any good? Im going shooting with my dad for the first time two days from now and i dont know if this kinda shooting is gonna make me look bad.
10 yards, .45
Yeah, it's a single stage Hornady. I don't really want to go the route of a 2x4 clamped onto something though since I have a niceish wood table and a glass table.
I'll look into the workmate though, the pre-drilled holes are nice.
I also remember there being some sort of block type thing on the market, but can't remember what it's called.
what the FUCK are the current restrictions on purchasing an AR within CT? I'm reading legislation and it makes my eyes water. Can someone who owned an AR before the '13 ban sell that AR within the state?
Everything says "transfer to a FFL", but can that FFL then sell it to a CT resident?
corrosive, but cheap, non-magnetic and some of the hardest hitting 7.62x39 you can get.
>Registered weapons may only be sold or transferred to a licensed gun dealer, to the State Police or local police department or transferred to a recipient outside of Connecticut.
so no, but you may be able to buy pre '94 salt guns. just leave though, i did.
Are EMS stories threads still allowed on /k/?
I remember seeing a few last time I was here
If you want to shoot 5.56 and you can't have an AR, chances are you can't have an AK either so you're basically left with the Mini by default.
It's not bad or unreliable or anything, basically the only complaints about the new ones is there's not much aftermarket accessories, magazines are expensive, and the rifle is overpriced compared to budget AR builds.
Are Solvent trap kits legal?
My understanding is that they're only illegal when they're modified for to become suppressors, but as long as they're left as-is from the manufacturer they're ok.
Alright, I was confused because of that ATF ruling from the 80's saying that having suppressor parts/wipes was illegal. But I guess that's only if the parts sole purpose is to be used in a suppressor.
If I were to file a Form 1 on my solvent trap, would it be worth-while or do they fail pretty fast, and I'd be better off buying a quality suppressor.
it would fail pretty fast and the filter would be the serialized suppressor, buy a baffle suppressor.
um, for trapping solvent? they are ostensibly for attaching a container for catching the gunk sprayed off your brush bristles when vigorously scrubbing your barrel. it's only a suppressor when it has a hole in the end.
ya, you stick with that. I wouldn't want to have a threaded barrel, an adapter, and an oil filter all on the same bench it could be considered a part and intent.
I wouldn't trust someone on the internet about this, I'd get a real legal opinion. Or, I wouldn't get it since the ONLY reason to have one is to make a suppressor.
Per the ATF,
'please not that certain commercially available items such as bottles, rubber washers, copper pads, and steel wool may be used to asemble firearm silencers. Such items are unregulated _until_ a possessor assembles, accumulates, or otherwise intends to use an item of this type to make a silencer. Once such an item is possessed with the intent to use in assembling or repairing a firearm silencer, it comes within the purview of the NFA...'
Is there such a thing as a tube magazine speedloader or something? A buddy of mine got his first rifle recently (a 22 Savage) with one, and while it's fun to shoot, the mag is kind of annoying to have to reload. With my 10/22 one of us could at least load mags while the otyher shoots.
Looking to get my first pistol(s) at the end of the months. Any good deals online floating around? The Canik at aimsurplus caught my eye. I'm interested in full size 9s, .357 revolvers, and milsurp.
If you cut a receiver and weld it, is it legally considered a new gun? Furthermore, if a receiver from a country that cannot have firearms imported from gets cut and welded in an acceptable country, does that circumvent the ban?
If you replace the serial numbers on a weapon with a new one in an acceptable country and import it to the US, is that legal?
What are some guns I should buy RIGHT MEOW before election season fucks up the prices and availability? Here's what I currently got:
>Glock 19 Gen 4
>SA 1911A1 RO
>SA58 (on order, awaiting pickup)
I'm leaning on an AK (probably a DDI build) with wood furniture, but outside of that, I'm having a hard time prioritizing my next rifle purchase.
Unless specifically market, AR mags are always for 5.56x45mm.
.223 and 5.56 are basically identical, but 5.56 is made to milspec standards. Guns that fire 5.56 can also use .223, but not vice versa.
get a few quality ARs and then start buying mags ammo and cheap rifles that you will keep and eventually realize that you don't like them much and sell them to fund a safe to protect babbys from salt wepunz.
Does anyone know the name of the style of iron sights on competition air rifles?
Specifically the way the rear sight is a ring and the front sight is a slightly smaller ring with no post
You simply put your target in the middle of the ring and shoot
Anyone know about the legality of range shooting in Illinois when you're not a resident of the state (or country)?
One of my buddies in college is an exchange student from England, I want to take him shooting before the year is out.
Alright /k/ I've got a question here regarding FFL transfers, I'm 20 and i want to get a makarov from j&g sales. Now i live in ohio where you have to be 21 to buy a pistol. Could i show up to my ffl and fill out the 4473 like i would a rifle and just not worry about the age requirement. Or would i need my father to go pick it up? If so, how can i make it not seem like a straw purchase?
Anyone own one of these stocks? How do they feel? Considering getting one just because I find it beautiful tbqh.
I want to hunt for meat but I am a big pussy and I have tried watching several field dressing videos that makes me feel sick and start sweating. Any ideas to stop being such a pussy?
your father has to buy it and fill out the 4473. he can then legally gift it to you. technically hes not supposed to buy a gun with the intention of gifting it but nobody really gives a fuck. just tell him not to tell the ffl that hes buying it with the intention of gifting it
Similar problem for me, kinda. The videos don't bother me in the slightest, but I am terrified that I'll wound an animal and fail to track it because I'm a rookie and that it will suffer because of me. I guess my question is how do you find a hunting buddy when literally no one you know is in to hunting?
I bought a mill surp coat, but there's a certain odor to it, and whenever I wear it my lungs go to shit and I start wheezing and coughing. Tried washing it a few times but to no avail, so I doubt if it's dust or anything water/soap solvent. Anyone know if there might be any specific additive compounds(moth repellent or something) on a 1985 serbstronk jacket?
Im a 31A with no actual combat xp, got shit ton of training and enough time in the range.
The closest i've got to deployments is escorting some vip's through 90% russian communities (not even dangerous at peace time.).
Are there any pmc's or glorified security guard jobs i could use to later become a pmc out there internationally.
My time is almost served and i'd prefer not to sign up for another 2years just to get combat deployment xp.
if the receiver is cut as legally required then yes it is treated as scrap and anything you make out of it is a new gun. the atf however does get very touchy about old serial numbers, or removed serial numbers even if you filed them off of pieces of old scrap.
as for your other question the logistics of doing so would make it nearly impossible, you'd be better off buying one on the deepweb, then cutting the receiver and rewelding it yourself as a semi auto. it would be only be incredibly illegal while you were in possession of the intact gun you had smuggled.
it's legal, range may have a rule against it though.
#4 or larger low recoil buck
desensitize yourself, go fishing, gut and clean the fish. or hunt some squirrels with a .22, you'll get over it.
that's pretty likely.
if ddt wool was around as late as 92 in the US you can bet they were sparing all sorts of fun shit on uniforms as insect and water repellent in serboslavia in 85.
the merc field is pretty crowded these days but get your resume out there.
Like the other dude said, start with smaller game. I would personally recommend pheasant hunting. I enjoy it much more than deer. You can field dress pheasants really easily so no worries about the gore so yeah.
I am building two ARs. One is an A1 parts kit, the other is a franken gun assembled from the EE on ar15.com
My A1 FSB has an indent on the back end by the gas tube where my triangle hand guard cap will go. I got a Colt FSB for my other one but the back part is smooth. I don't have a hand guard cap yet but how would it go in there? Am I overthinking it?
Pic is an example of my FSB with no hand guard cutout. How does a cap go on this?
Also anyone have any lower stock sets they want to sell me? All I need is the stock and a barrel more or less
How do you guys test alignment of new sights on your pistols?
I've seen on youtube people using laser bore sighters then firing at the range to confirm. Some have used digital calipers to make sure sights are at even distances on either side of the slide and never adjust or really confirm.
How do I clean my rifle
Taking apart this milsurp was something else, they certainly don't make em like they used to, I already took care of the cosmoline with a good mineral soak and then oiled everything metal for good measure and protection.
But now I want to know, how do I scrub the inside of the barrel. Also what should I lube up the bolt, trigger?
I don't have a cleaning rod, looking at a bore snake in the meantime, I also have some extra shoe laces and remember >afghans, motor oil, knotted laces
Please help I don't wanna ruin my rifling
Would you buy a Hickok45 or Forgotten Weapons Pop?
12 gauge shotgun, .22lr, and any full rifle caliber like 308 will cover everything in North America. You'll need a nitro express if you want to hunt dangerous game but if you are a poorfag you probably won't be going on many safaris
I'm by no means and expert or a /k/ regular but this is what I did with my mil surp.
Cleaning rod (or something like it) + windex + cotton patches. You can apply a very thin layer of gun oil after. Rifling is pretty hard to manually ruin by cleaning, easiest way to do that is to not clean it after firing.
All sorts of questions on 7.62x54r ammo.
>Local gun show this weekend, is there a good chance I find reasonably priced spam cans?
>Wolf says polymer coating, is that just BS speak for lacquer?
>Should I get Prvi brass 54r (and keep brass for eventual reloading) or silver or brown bear?
That looks like... an M48, right?
I have a Mauser, too. Yugo 24/47.
Fine oil, brake parts cleaner, paper towels, and very fine steel wool are good for cleaning up rifles like that. It'll take some elbow grease with your paper towels to get all the cosmoline and gunk out on the first clean. You can also use a copper or plastic wire brush, or even an old toothbrush, when you find some gunk that doesn't want to come out.
It may be old, but the gun's tougher than you think. That said, some parts you should be very careful with. When you disassemble the bolt on a Mauser, you have to push the firing pin straight down into something when you're dealing with the spring. You have to be very careful not to bend the firing pin. Most Mausers have a slot in the stock for you to place the firing pin while disassembling the bolt, but yours does not. Mine didn't either. I wound up bending my firing pin and I had to spend a good ten minutes with a hammer and a lot of anxiety straightening it out, so be careful with the firing pin.
For the barrel, I'd advise buying a cleaning rod if you can. If not find a long, thin piece of metal that can reliably hold a small 1-2inch square of gun cleaning cloth folded in half. Put some Hoppe's bore cleaning solvent on the cloth, attach it to your cleaning rod (or your cleaning improv stick), and push it firmly into the barrel, twisting it, and being careful not to get the cloth stuck. You'll most likely have to do this multiple times before it's clean if this is your first time cleaning the gun. Make sure to keep a flashlight handy so you can check the bore when you want to.
You'll want to use your gun lube on the bolt more than anything. I never tried it on the trigger, but I don't have any problems with it. The biggest thing is keeping all the parts of the bolt moving smoothly with the receiver for that legendary Mauser action.
I spent something like 5 hours cleaning when I first brought my Mauser home.
The MG-42 was assigned with little leather ribbons to attach to the belt. Did the game Red Orchestra portray it right that you can load a new belt using them without opening the top cover?
Yea it's a M48
Sounds about right spent about the same yesterday. I cleaned everything, toothbrushes paper towels, oh boy the fun. Brake cleaner helped with the barrel flushing it out intally before I soaked it all night.
I had something they it fit in and was watertight.
Yea cleaned and oiled everything and it's nice and ready to reassemble
Barrel is pretty good too but a bit of Cosmo on the inside no globs but a thin sheen that needs wiping. I am going to get a bore snake for it.
I'll order a nice cleaning rod, one price nylon coated or carbon fiber.
I am so fucking excited to shoot it tomorrow
Hey guys, are there any options for the space left in front of my afg or am I fucked?
Also, in the space inbetween the front sight post and the handgaurd retainer of my m85 pap are there any accessories that resemble scope mounts with a picatinny at the bottom which I can put on the barrel? I'm thinking like the opposite of how a flashlight mount works, but instead of the cylinder body of the flashlight I'd be mounting the barrel?
I'm trying to get that "integrally suppressed AR" look with an AK for aesthetic reasons. Well and because I burned my hand on the metal of an AK when I was a child so NEVER AGAIN.
if you have a vepr kit laying around and are good then probably.
you could get buy with a 12 gauge if you had to.
you could make a rough clone
>is there a good chance I find reasonably priced spam cans?
polymer is plastic lacquer is bug spit or oil based but they serve the same purpose.
if you don't reload now just buy whatever's cheapest
for price reference, remember to factor in shipping
>You do not wear blaze orange while hunting migratory birds. Quail, Pheasant, Chukar yes as these are typically flushing birds and it is in your best interest to have some orange on to keep yourself and others safe during the flush.
>Ducks, geese, snipe, dove, etc you do not want to wear orange, red, yellow, or whites. Camo clothes are the way to go to hide your outline.
it still may be required by law so you don't get cheneyed
two part trigger is the safety
Because historically they've never ironed out the kinks
Modern designs and models (Tavor, current gen AUGs, etc) have polished their problems away but once something becomes a trend, it sticks
A "mossberg 590a1 magpul" is just a mossberg 590a1 with the magpul foregrip and stock, right? I can't find anywhere in my country that sells it with a magpul so I was just thinking of putting that on later if it's the only difference between them.
I want to SBR a 1911 for giggles. What does /k/ think or recommend? I found a norinco 1911 for cheap that is cosmetically challenged I'm considering using for the build. Something like pic related but with a stock.
What's a good .308 bolt gun to get me started on my raifu journey - one on which the next step is getting a PTR91? I figure I want ammo interchangeability between my hunting gun and my batturaifu, and .308 seems like a good way to start reloading as well.
Are the Savage AXIS rifle+scope combos worth the 300 dollars for a poorfag? I've heard it's one of the best rifles out of the box for this.
If I buy this:
Can I just put them together and have a bad ass suppressor ready .22?
First thing I ever cut up was a mouse my cat brought for me. Figured it'd be good practice. It was quite fun, too.
Rookie hunter as well, my only fear is what this anon said>>28518837
Yes. People will give shit because of how cheap it is but savage makes a reliable rifle and the scopes are solid enough. Assuming you're talking about the savage-Bushnell packages?
Californian here. If I were to build a class-II weapon but have a fixed 10-round magazine that takes stripper clips, would it be CA legal? Obviously, the weapon would follow the other guidelines as well. Seems to me that doing this is essentially the same as installing a bullet button; the magazine is affixed and cannot be removed without a tool. Thanks in advance if anyone has input.
Whatz the date? Im gonna guess either 1952, 1974 or 2012
Hey guys, is Crimson Caravan's Basic Operator kit worth the money? Includes Condor Plate carrier, Triple AR15/AK47 single stack magazine pouch, Double Pistol single stack magazine pouch, hard knuckle gloves, dump pouch, red tab CAT tourniquet, and 3 day assault pack. I don't have any gear of my own, has anyone here picked one of these up?
What's the comfiest job I can get in the military? Last time I took the ASVAB was in high school, scored an 88. I want to enlist sometime in the next month, so I'm hoping I'll score above 90 the second time around.
not at all, as long as you are correctable to 20/20 you're eligible for either military or civilian aviation.
dove hunting is also much easier to get into than some of the other small game.
In addition, cleaning doves is pretty much the least gory process I've done as a hunter. The only thing that might make you uneasy is ringing a wounded bird's neck, but the faster you do it the less painful it is for the bird.
It's minimum for alot of people. It's all about how close you plan on getting to the animal. I'd have said 30-06 instead of 308 at the risk of sounding like a fudd. Gives you more velocity and a wider range of bullet weights. 125 up to like 240 grain.
.30-30, 300 savage, .308, 30-06, 300WM. And 300 RUM. Are all .30 caliber bullets. Only difference is in the action, weight and, velocity.
I'm getting a Tikka T3 soon and I want to know what scopes would be a good value.
Honestly I'm really interested in the tree style reticle, but it seems they costs quite a bit more.
Any reasonably priced ones out there?
Savage, winchester, ruger, remington. Is my order for that list. Savages are about the best you can get for cheap. You might find others cheaper but savage is actually decent quality. The Axis II xp would be a good way for you to go. I would recommend better glass than what comes stock.
Another option is to ask the FFL if he can acquire the gun from a distributor for you at a cheaper price. A local gunshop owner mentioned to me that he could get the basic LH9 for $450 a unit (which is still too expensive).
I was thinking of creating a "gun talk" or "gun control" test, which could be shared with retards to show how little about guns they know.
Stuff like "Which of these AR15s are fully automatic? [image]", "which of these guns are more deadly? A, B, C [image of 2 Mini-14s]".
And many more.
Does /k/ think this is actually good or just a waste of time?
It's a fun gun to shoot. I have one with a wood stock because that's what gets me going. It is getting pricier and pricier though, and magazines are expensive and can be hard to find. However if you can't get an AK or an AR it's a solid 5.56 rifle, reliable, and ruger's customer service is legendary. My first mini was the display model at the store I bought it from so it got handled a bunch and stopped going bang after 80 rounds so I sent it to ruger and they sent me a brand new rifle.
What is this paper that came on the leather strap of my PU scope?
My dad found an SS knife that my grandpa apparently smuggled from Europe after the war. Both the blade and sheath have matching serial numbers, blade itself is in good condition but the sheath is pretty worn. Any idea what this would be worth?
Need a good innawoods knife. Considering a khukuri from a thread a read a while back. Any suggestions?
Does anyone know how to disassemble the magazine release button on a MAS 36?
The previous owner wasn't too kind to it and now its gritty as fuck.
if you have an active clearance you have a good chance at getting a really shitty contract. look at shooterjobs. Academi takes anyone with a clearance almost as long as you dont have a potato for a resume.
>you'll never be 60 years old wielding a weapon of operators (back in the 90s mp5s were synonymous with special forces)
>you'll never look badass as fuck with a revolver in a shoulder holster
>you'll never defend your country against oppressive savages
Why even live
I can't figure out what 45 I want. I want it to be carryable, but not so small that it's not fun to take to the range. I want it to have a good trigger out of the box and no grip safety. Any suggestions? I'll set a budget of $850.
Does anyone have experience with Ciener 22lr conversions? I kind of want one for my BHP for cheaper practice, because I am a terrible shot. Should I just get a buckmark and be done with it?
Kind of prefer steel/alloy/aluminum frames. I wanted to stay away from 1911s though. I like the action of striker fire, but the triggers annoy me. I have a VP9 and the trigger feels too scratchy and not smooth. I was looking at p220 and p227 primarily but wanted to see if anyone had other suggestions.
that's what i was looking for but it's a real one, you're supposed to be able to trace the green line.
just so it wouldn't corrode the windage knob in storage
Does anyone have that photo roughly captioned (or filename) "Dads going off to war"? It's a bunch of middle-aged guys (roughly from the 70's-80's I think) either loading or unloading from a large helicopter or a plane of some sort from the back. A lot of them are holding guns, some wear aviators, and almost all of them have everyday casual clothes like khakis, shorts, vests, etc.
Should I buy a savage mkii GXP from dicks for 150 bucks next time they are on sale? (No Accue Trigger)
Or should I just buy a Ruger American Rim fire 22lr.
I have a 10/22 already if that informs your advice.
I like the wood on savage. No irons can be a blessing due tot he fact I keep getting guns with canted sights but I do like the sights on the Ruger. (Ive held both)
Ruger has same mags.
Ruger is 300 dolardoos and Savage is always on sale for 150 at my dicks.
Kind of want to get a 10mm Glock so I can convert it to all the various alternative calibers using Lone Wolf barrels. Two questions:
1 - Have had this idea based on the G20, but apparently a new-gen 10mm came out, the G40? And LWD seems to sell barrels for it. Should I spring for the 40 if I can?
2 - They're not some niche-y place, pretty much any regular shooting enthusiast seems to at least know the brand, but are LWD's barrels like, high-quality, professionally-manufactured? Or is this just some dude dicking around in his home workshop, making okay-quality stuff for 'power users' of shooting?
Let's say hypothetically, that this guy live in Texas. Let's also say hypothetically, that this guy also happens to know someone who's selling an authentic AK-107 within the US, no idea how it got here. Would it be legal for the guy to purchase it from a private seller, and assuming so legally obtain a tax stamp for a fully automatic rifle? If not, would only federal authorities have the jurisdiction to enforce laws pertaining to said weapon, or could/would local authorities care about it too? Assuming the rifle was converted to semi-automatic only, would it be legal since technically the second buyer didn't import it?
What should I do to make the sp8 saw actually usable? Was told by a grizzly old man to take a triangular file and file them on the left and right side in a pattern.
Anyone ever used one of these stocks on a ruger mini-14?
I just bought an XD9 Subcompact for a conceal weapon. I heard that it's bad for a gun to dry fire but then I've heard around that you can practice drawing by unholstering and dry firing. Can someone clear this up for me?
I want an M1A, yes I know of their reputation, yes I know better .308s exist for far less money. Yes I know. I want one to fill my old rifle collection. Would I be better off buying a parts kit and building it that way (matching serials is of no great importance to me for this rifle) or buy one of those Springfield ones? Mind you I just want a plain Jane rifle, none of that fancy competition rifle stuff.
If I'm using a rifle length gas system, does it matter what buffer I use? Or does a regular carbine buffer work?
if it wasn't put on the registry in the 80s it would have to be a post sample with tons of rigmarole. it could not be converted to semi auto without destroying the receiver and building a clone with the parts. it would be pretty illegal to possess if was at any time smuggled, and if you weren't a properly licensed mg dealer
>implying i'm not an m1919
you need the correct white ash, metal content, incantations, etc. as well.
that'd do it
>theres nothing wrong with dryfiring a centerfire gun
most modern centerfire guns
Get the fuck out of here, you patriarchal, American-born '.50 caliber' scum. You make me sick
>Identify as an StG-44
>No one will understand my Kurz-gendered identity except other StG-kin
I just noticed my recently built AR has carbon build up where the gas tube meets the front sight post. not much, just a thin coat after shooting 50-or-so-rounds.
Is this normal? Did I fuck up installing the gas tube?
Should I get one of these to EDC a trauma kit? My pockets are full and I don't want to add more stuff to my belt.
I also feel I should carry some other ankle pouch on the other leg just to keep my gait even, but I wouldn't know what to carry since I don't' have a gun suitable for ankle carrying and boot knivesare illegal.
Aight, well, a tourniquet would probably take up that whole ankle pouch by itself. And then what, you carry one package of 4x4s, one package of hemostatic gauze, and whatever else you think you need? Like one of each of the other stuff is even going to make a difference?
Again, what is your situation? I'm an ER nurse and I can't think of a need for any of that shit in an urban environment except for maybe in LE, and even then all you'd need is the tourniquet for REALLY bad bleeds from an artery. every other "emergency" can be managed with direct pressure and wait for the boo boo bus.
Personally, I hate mine. The thing is seven pounds with a sight, which is physically painful to shoot due to an old injury, and a 10/22 is a lot more fun. Never had a problem with it, mechanically, but it just is a literal pain to shoot. Not a bad rifle, just not the one for me. No experience with that Ruger, but I've liked the few other rifles they've made. Synthetic stock if that matters.
I know inter-state private sales are illegal (buying via private sale from a state you are not a resident of). Is there any way to go about legally getting a handgun bought in a state where i am not a resident to the state where i am a resident besides having it sent to a dealer in my state?
Why don't riot police carry wicked powerful flashlights?
>form shield wall
>front rank has nightsticks and shields
>back rank shines flashlights over the front rank, blinding rioters
>advance and disperse riot
I just acquired a SIG P220 SAS, however, the finish on the barrel is almost completely worn, due to use without lubrication, my question is, what coating should I use for it? I am in between getting the barrel blued, cerakoted, or duracoated. Which one is the best? I was also considering titanium nitride, but that shit is expensive. Thoughts?