How are german AR-15s in comparison to american ones? I imagine low tolerances might make them more prone to malfunction, but then it could be the other way around.
Interested too, never thought about that before.
Here, have some:
That's two women.....apparently not a familiar sight I see : \
Are you talking tolerances when it comes to milling and lathing?
A low tolerance makes a better fit from what I know.
I know nothing about iso tolerances when it comes to weapons though.
As I said, I know nothing about weapons manufacturing. A loose fit would mean that it would function with dirt in it since it can still move around. But it should also mean that it's easier for dirt to get in there. A solution to this was obviously found.
I'm just about finished with my CNC education.
>tfw I can't lathe weapon parts without getting fucked by SÄPO.
Tolerances have to do with the design, not who makes it. The real question you want is if they are made with appropriate precision, which I figure they are seeing as Germany's gun culture is tighter, more restrictive, and anyone making domestic stuff probably makes good shit unless they plan on being out-beat by competition.
Goddamnit, 2000 bucks (assuming that Dollares and Euromoney is roughly 1:1 at the moment) for a bare bones carbine lenght AR is a fucking ripoff if it doesnt shoos sub-MOA
Might be. If you search on it on youtube you're getting a lot of airsoft videos.
Ew... who wants to live there anyway? Got a friend over there. I got him hooked on dip and a month later he called and complained that he couldnt find any Cope or even ANY dip at all over there because - here it comes - its ILLEGAL in Yurop
Listen up: You can grope, rape women on new year's eve if youre a refugee
you can even buttslam your buddy on a fag parade
But DIP IS ILLEGAL.
Damng, what a fucking shithole.
Smokeless tobacco, spicily chewing tobacco is perfectly legal to posses and consume. Nobody uses it here so you pretty much need to buy that shit online.
Your friend is even more of an asshat than you are if he's incapable of finding it for sale anywhere.
Most hunters in germany are fudds anyway and the population is dense, so you won't roam the woods usually. It's not like you need a dip while sitting in one of those. At least that's their reasoning I think.
The OP subject is relevant to my interest. I wonder if there's some general tiering that can be supplied by a Eurofag.
As Czechfag about his experience in trying to get a DD AR-15 over to his country.
It's not the importing that is a hassle. It's getting stuff out of the U.S.
Most of the European gun owners are not poorfags either so if you go through the trouble to get a gun you usually buy something of quality.
Clearances. The word you wish to use is clearances. The moving parts have plenty of room to move freely when in action. Loose tolerances would mean the moving parts could be significantly different in size between guns (such as having a .010+/- tolerance). The latter would not make the guns reliable at all.
Yes and no. Chamber and locking surface fits by their nature demand very small clearances. Large clearances elsewhere allow ingress of dirt/etc which can foul these critical surfaces.
The optimal solution is probably very close fits where exposed to the outside environment, alongside close running fits on moving parts to reduce wear, but with wide slots/self-cleaning fluting or recesses that collect fouling from the important working surfaces until you have an opportunity to clean.
In Czech rep. we can get american rifles. I'm currently saving for my first ar rifle - Ruger AR556. It goes around 1100 USD here. Only thing you can't do is to buy parts and then assemble your own rifle, it would be pain in the ass to get this done.
I don't know about other countries, but as a czech citizen I can buy rifles and pistols in any EU country. Only thing I need is one extra paper from police, which says that I can import guns to the Czech republic. Don't know about ammo tho..
Are these considered ARs? Or similar to AR10? They are made in Belgium, how are they compared to us made AR10?
Stupid sexy Oberland Arms OA-10
Theoretically yes, but it's a lot of paper work, so most people just use local gun shops (which can get almost everything)
European prices already include VAT
With the weak Euro, your ITAR bs and the rifle having to undergo CIP testing here the price is nearly the same as buying from the local importer
>mfw I bought two original M16A1 stripped lowers from a german online gun parts store and managed to get them into the US
>mfw they are totally unregulated in many euro countries (lowers)
>mfw got them before the europeans stopped shipping here
>mfw they were like $150USD ea
>mfw I have no face
If this is true I wouldn't even post about it on an anonymous online chinese terracotta pottery collective. You never know who is watching this place
Softer recoil than an AR, Incredibly durable as shown by the guy on Battlefield LV, H variant is incredibly light and accurate for a battle rifle.
Whether it's worth the extra money is up to you, I don't know shit about AR prices in krautland.
>Theoretically yes, but it's a lot of paper work
Pole here, I have a friend who bought a nugget in Slovakia because cheaper. He said it wasn't hard. He had to take some special papers from Polish Police, then after buying gun do some paper work on Slovakian Police station and that's all.
Wait a minute. You mean you can't even order a fucking PARTS KIT? Is that the norm for Eurolandia?