guns are banned in my country
it is hard to build my owns weapons?
can i make firearms with airsoft guns?
doesn't matter if it's expensive
Building simple firearms is pretty easy, and just about anyone can learn how to do it. You can build a "Luty" SMG if you have some basic tools and are capable of following simple instructions. There are some components which require more specialized tools and real skill (such as rifled barrels), and you need to acquire a good supply of ammunition for your gun.
Anyone who is smarter than average moron can build a "four-winds shotgun".
However, airsoft toys are almost useless in firearm building.
your biggest difficulty will be finding ammo and wherever you DO find ammo, you can probably buy a gun.
unless you are a bong or a shitcunt, buying guns is as easy as buying drugs. also known as easy as fuck.
a lot of yurocucks also turn starter guns (front firing type) into pistols. the shittiest using 8mm blanks filled with black powder and topped with a ball bearing after drilling out the barrel blocks, the best have rifled barrels and real cyclinders and are chambered in .32s&w/.38s&w
What country bans firearms completely? Where I live firearms are heavily regulated. The more they don't want you to have a gun, the more reason you should get one. This was always my philosophy. Someone who is definately NOT me got a nice pistol at the age of 18. If he can do it, you can do it too. You'll have to be smart. Exitus acta probat
>can i make firearms with airsoft guns?
Do you want shrapnel in you that badly? Even the metal ones are not suitable as they are made with the wrong types and will almost certainly fail and likely explode.
you can make a smooth bore submachine gun for about 30 bucks work of materials and with decent machineshop experience.
no, you CANNOT turn a airsoft gun into a real gun, the dimensions are very different, as well as the qaulity of the materials, however, you CAN turn a airsoft gun into a bomb pretty easily by trying to turn it into a gun.
slide fire shotgun.
Here you go OP:
http://www.mediafire.com/view/nzmgnzj3u6absbo - vol. 9 Build-A-Borz
http://www.mediafire.com/view/kde4tgyxg4scp55 - vol. 10 The Table Leg Typewriter
How common are shootings ovet there? Get a double edged knife with a long blade. Daggers are excellent. Fairbarn sykes, V42, gerber mark 2.. invest in a stabproof vest. I think both of these items combined would give you a great advantage since I assume shootings don't happen that much
Get a deactivated gun before they require them to be even more deactivated. Right now you can work the action and some parts may be usable to build a new gun. If the EU gets their way deactivated guns will just be lumps of metal shapes like guns.
Oh okay, I'll just build one of these multi-thousand dollar pieces of specialized equipment, now I know
>can't do basic math
"_ in _" twist rate means that a score in the barrel makes one full rotation in _ many inches. it's not hard to make a machine that does this if you aren't retarded.
>still thinking Luty's subgun designs are good
See pic related, while they may work, the design still ends up being less effective and much more complicated than a home built shotgun.
>Practical Scrap Metal Gun Shaped Grenades
No, at least Luty's design has been proven to be safe to use (as evident by them being built all over) while the fuckface who designed those doesn't even understand that blowback guns require a bolt above a certain mass to keep them from exploding.
This guy's attempt at the semi-auto pistol is almost done.
If you can get your hands on .303 brass you could use some homemade dies to turn it into essentially .410. After that the hard part is getting enough fireworks/matchheads/black powder for propellent as well as snap caps/strike anywhere matchheads/cap gun caps (not sure how legal all these things are, my country is pretty lax about pyrotechnical and/or potentially explosive ingredients in consumer products. Load with ball bearings and then build a one or two barrel design to fire it. One easy way to do a double barrel is an O/U with two triggers and manually cocked hammers. It makes barrel regulation less necessary and uses a simple mechanism. Barrel lockup is a complicated a bit though.
Also maybe you'd want to make purchases which, together, can easily be seen as for making guns separate and in cash
>it is hard to build my owns weapons?
With some practice; no. However realistically without "gun steel" or an accessible supply of ammunition you'd be better off making a electrically primed, 8 or 6 shot, black powder derringer from a steel block.