Maybe when I'm cleaning them this weekend.
have $150, 1400 rounds of 9mm, and one ar15 lower.
1) buy more 9mm now before ammo shortage hits, finish build ar15 march/april
2) put this towards the ar build now and stop buying pistol ammo
ar build will be finished by may no matter what, just dont know if all gun funds should be put towards ar stuff or not
Where the hell is Wolf moving them in?! Allentown?
i've heard erie/lancaster
i'm just hoping trump declares that they all get deported on 1/21/2017
if he doesnt get into office, all hope is lost.
nope, i live in a non-commie state as well, just new to hoarding weapons
have 2 glocks now, ar15 lower. not sure if i should buy more 9mm ammo now before the rush sets in, or start buying stuff to finish the ar before summer starts.
sks, shotty, 22 should easily be doable next year.
plan is to build ar in first half of 2016, and then stock pile 556 for the rest of the year
>updated pic edition
I think not OP. But I haven't posted it in quite some time, so just pretend its new.
>sold the mk109
>sold the ak-54r
>sold a 1911
Many plans for replacements, additions, and improvements - none of which are likely to happen soon.
Furthermore, I believe Carthage must be destroyed.
Well that's good. Makes me happy when someone can get the guns they want. I'm pretty new to it too, just started about a year and a half ago.
Always good to have a plan. I think I'm just going to stock up on ammo for the time being and then focus on upgrades and accessories before I get anything else.
Fat and weak people should definetly get an ar-15. A full sized battle rifle and a combat load of 7.62 real fucking NATO is too much.
I've got nine ARs, but those five are literally the same yes. They're for handing out. Or panic selling. Or whatever, honestly I got bored and just wanted to build some. Cost $500 a pop with anderson lowers and PSA (read: not PTAC) uppers.
Damn you committed to power poorfag mode with that Tasco dot on the ar15. Shine on you crazy diamond.
shit lol have never seen or heard of it, just googled and found this pic for anyone else interested.
can we get a closeup of yours anon? can you explain how it works? what is the sliding thing around the spikes for? is it spring loaded or something?
well, i have a good job. just limit my fun money every payday. usually spend it all on guns and ammo. just not sure how stuff ranks right now as what takes priority over what.
ar build will def take some 2 week cycles march/april.
I'll give you a hint...
for a second build? or just to resell?
short term plan: more 9mm? finish ar15 w/ psa 16" upper, hoard 556 and pray for trump
long term plan: second lower, put psa upper on new lower, send first/nice lower out for engraving/paperwork for SBR+suppressor
hoard more 556
I'm not that guy, I just remember it from when I was in the market for Saiga parts, and it was freshly discontinued when I saw it. The spikes are attached to that back plate, and the guide plate up front attaches to the barrel. To deploy, the back plate is pushed forward, extending the spikes.
While my S12 lacks a bayonet, I do have the Chaos quad rail.
I had to drill my gas port to get low brass to cycle, even with the MD Arms adjustable gas plug, Tromix modified trigger group, and a lot of polishing. Then it will still choke on occasion. Winchester Universal is absolutely a no go.
As for mags, I've had a couple of the surefire 10 rd mags, but those were crap. The factory 5 and the MD Arms 20 rd drum are the only two worth a shit, although the factory 8 rd mags are supposed to be great as well.
If my wife wasn't so attached to the thing (it was the first gun of mine that she shot and what got her hooked on shooting) I'd sell it to some sucker and get one of the tasty VEPR 12s being imported for $700.
>I had to drill my gas port to get low brass to cycle, even with the MD Arms adjustable gas plug, Tromix modified trigger group, and a lot of polishing
Same. But mine ran like a champ after that.
>I had to drill my gas port to get low brass to cycle
>surefire 10 rd mags, but those were crap.
>I'd sell it to some sucker
Shit. You just confirmed everything. I did the ports, all my surefires suck, and I'm in the process of selling it. Funny stuff. There's a small company making steel mags but I just don't feel like dumping another $150 in mags. Mags are the biggest flaw in all these shotguns.
Thanks, pal. I have them mostly for reenacting (all repros) but they are stupid amounts of fun to shoot, too.
I should take a better picture of just the trio.
Thinking about making a tacticool as fuck AK next.
haven't shot the saiga, double-barrel, or marlin yet.
That pic is old
I never fucking shoot it anymore. I don't get as many chances to go shooting anymore, so any time I do, I want to shoot, not diagnose bullshit and get it working right again.
well it's illegal to buy a gun with intent to sell if you dont have a federal firearms license. but i would say just get one more to have as insurance in case theres some attempt at banning again
yeah please do man. where did you get them? i saw some kits on track of the wolf but i dont know where to start. i want something like yankee rebels used in the war of independence
sorry, I took a nap.
Anyway >>28721594 is dead on.
They first got produced around 2009/2010 I think, and weren't that popular for the price so chaos stopped making them. They became a novelty item that people started selling for more than the original asking price, so chaos made one or two more production runs to cash in a little bit on the new demand. I have one of the original ones, and it is fun and everything, but applying to much force when stabbing something (like, say, a watermelon) and then hoisting it up to blow it off the end of the barrel can slightly bend the spikes out of alignment with the indexing ring, which necessitates a complicated disassembly and realignment to get it to telescope properly again.
It's a funny novelty though, people always ogle at it and want to see it. My S12 exists so I can attach as much tacticool shit to it as possible. I call it the mallninja-12.
You're so indecisive bro. I would go for the AR as fast as possible. Ammo always comes back. You want a lower or two kicking around in case of a worst case scenario like a ban on lowers or some shit. I'm not trying to scare tactic, but that's just where I'm at.
lol well it is hilarious. you could hunt with saiga, skewer dead game animal, and then just cook over fire without even dropping a mag. bear approaches your tasty campfire meal? you pick up saiga with cooked rabbit attached to spikes and unload 10 rounds of 12 gauge slugs plus misc rabbit parts
>My arsenal is so boring no one ever says anything about it ever
>Furthermore, I believe Carthage must be destroyed.
Posting my stuff again because why the hell not. The things that I most want to add to this are a compact CC pistol (I have some ideas on what to get already), a Winchester SXP 12ga, a carry-handle rail and 2x optic for the AR, and maybe an 1851 Navy repro for the hell of it. I'm not in a particular hurry for any of those, and there's a mix of other low-priority wants as well.
Trading away the gp100, getting a nagant revolver and a full size semi auto 9mm SOON.
Why tho? Not trying too shit on it but a Nagant revolver other than being cheaper than a GP 100 uses a terrible and hard too find wrong and is only good as a cheap collectable, get one if you want but I wouldn't trade a GP 100 for one, maybe for the money for that Nagant and by another revolver as well, maybe a used smith and a sp101 at least.
What full sized nine you looking for?
I collect Russian milsurp so I have to have a nagant. I probably won't shoot it much. I like the gp100 but I want to get a full size 9mm that I will carry and is much less expensive to shoot than the ruger. Leaning toward the glock 17, but open to an M&P.
To be clear I am trading the gp100 for the m38, nagant revolver, and some extras. The guy probably bought them years ago for $200 total but that's the way the milsurp market goes and I gotta have my milsurp.
No new pics for quite a while unfortunately. Probably not spending much this year. And it's just way too much work without good reason.
I probably take my family photos too seriously. But I actually take quite a bit of effort to line things up perfectly, fix the terrible lighting situation so the colors look ok and actually capture any detail on black receivers, get just the right angle on the tripod/guns for both the pic and no bright reflections off of anything, and take tons of pics so I can pick the one where this meh tier camera actually captures detail where I want. Then I still have to edit it since the colors are never anywhere near how they look IRL.
IDK why I ranted on like that, but it's late and I'm tired.
Oh I know. I saw it at a gun show, and knew it had to be mine. Between the stock and the way the grenade launcher caught my eye, I wasn't leaving without it. And it's in 308 so ammo is easy to find. I later found out that some of those conversions to 308 are a disaster, but this one works pretty ok.
I wasn't even looking to buy anything major when I found it, much less having a MAS on my mind. I didn't even have all the money on me since my plans were just to look. I had to bum a good chunk of it off a couple friends till I reached an ATM in the home town. I was in a city heavy with Somalis who'd supposedly been causing trouble and they'd lowered the atm limits everywhere so far that it was impossible to get more than like 100 bucks a day.
ponchos are comfy
One is an Italian made brown bess (made by Pedersoli) the other bess is Japanese. The bottom one is a japanese made Charleville. I plan to sell them to fund a Rifle Shoppe parts kit. If you look for a flintlock, avoid the ones made in India. They are dogshit and can explode on you.
Closest thing I could find to the stock is this:
Need advice on where to go next. I'm thinking either a battle rifle or a .22
Yeah, and there's a lot of sporter rifles out there that get discussed in the battle rifle threads, or may be outright confused for one too.
The most common I see are veprs just because while they 54r and 308 sporters can be made to do the same basic things(the 308 at least can use double stack 20rd mags, the 54r doesn't give many options since it's single stack mags so they get super long to reach even 10rds), they're not military rifles or designed from the ground up to be a battle rifle.
>only requirements are semiauto and a big bullet.
check out my battle rifle
I can feel not wanting to move $5000 in ammo to take a pic, that's about what I've got and it goes to the ceiling if I start stacking crates/cans, and I'd be starting another stack too. Good thing it's in a basement on a cement floor.
It'd be a structural hazard anywhere else.
I became a hasfuns in September. It's a young collection with no direction.