>comes with a challenge coin
>any markings on the slide or frame other than serial number, brand name, model name or logo
>striker fired or da/sa with a manual safety
>"proudly made in the usa" used as a marketing tool
>railed front gas block
I prefer manual safeties and da/sa. Everything else is true though, fuck mag disconnects and that stupid challenge coin nonsense (looking at you, Beretta) and MADE IN THE USA is more of a guarantee of mediocrity than anything else when it comes to guns.
Retarded Molon Labe Spartan Operator shit. Basically a coin that tells everyone you're a massive faggot. It's supposed to indicate you'll fuck up ATF if they come for your guns. Usually carried by fat people.
>this thread again
EVERY DAY UNTIL YOU LIKE IT
Easily disabled in most cases.
>>comes with a challenge coin
Throw it away.
>>any markings on the slide or frame other than serial number, brand name, model name or logo
>does not mention proof marks, rack numbers, or trench art
You probably mean to say legal warnings are bad, but you can't forget the above.
>>striker fired or da/sa with a manual safety
Don't use it. Safety decocker combinations (esp. slide-mounted), however, deserve a special place in hell. Decockers ought to be a separate control, or absent.
>>"proudly made in the usa" used as a marketing tool
>not caring or taking advantage of that fact
People do care where products are made. If you have a problem with that, deal with it. Perhaps you aren't the intended audience.
>>railed front gas block
Sure. I agree based on personal preference. With an AR I always prefer free-floated with LP gas blocks, preferably adjustable. Would never mount to a gas block.
Yes you are, we hate it for being a useless piece of shit that detracts from the aesthetics of the firearm and because it represents bowing down to the antigunners.
Fuck the S&W frame lock.
Also fuck them for charging as much as they do for revolvers full of MIM parts.
As much as I would like a Model 27 or 29 I will not buy a new one.
Automatic safeties on break actions.
Chirst, calm down. You're having major autism over something so trivial as that. It's been on the guns for 15 years, get the fuck over it.
New S&Ws are just as good as they were back in the 50s and 60s
Any mention of "zombie" in the description, or that green shit on the weapon, and I stop reading or being interested right there.
I understand people just want to have fun with their guns, but there's something extra cringe worthy about the zombiegun fetish.
Buy what you want, and I'll buy what I want.
Cuck & Wesson aren't getting any of my money for their "compromise" bullshit.
>15 years ago
>Get over it
>Guns that are built by cutting corners in both design and materials are just as good as the original versions
Your memetastic arguments suck donkey dick.
>I'm concious about saving money when buying an ar15
>I'm not gonna build one
literally missing the point
>gun comes in a nice case along with a few mags
>gun isn't a piece of shit and straight to the point
>no motto garbage like challenge coins or JIHAD HUNTER bumper stickers or any "extras"
>you don't need to really switch anything out on it immediately
What gun does this?
Are you telling me you AR owners aren't slamming down your challenge coins in bars and buying one another drinks?
Hell, what ARE you doing? Just....posting pictures of them with your anime toys and your "battlestations" on the internet?
Yeah, I prefer my guns to be black, brown or gunmetal blue. I don't subscribe to the zombie fetish.
I hate the word "tactical" on everything these days, but it's unavoidable. So I take it with a grain of salt.