Share and reccomend affordable guns
Windham weaponry. Lifetime transferable warranty, they stand by their products and shoot like a dream
K31. It's a great rifle. Ammo is getting a little harder to find but it's good stuff. This gun has good sights, great trigger, and cool straight pull action.
Poorfags please get out REEEEEEEEEE.
Can I borrow some of your buttery tit-sweat to lube my rifle pls lardo?
Yeah, one pin holds the sear, safety, and spring together so it's straight forward. I ended up removing the decocker just for extra room to align the safety but it's not hard by any means.
It does void your warranty though, if you aren't a Sig certified gunsmith.
Sorry no penor, just front butt.
My M&P 15 Sport and WASR 10
Although I'm not sure if these even qualify as "budget" anymore with the way prices have been going the last few months.
My buddy just got one of those Canik TP9SA's and loves it so far, and apparently Ruger LCP's can be had for $250 or less now.
Is there a tasteful way to modify (non-rare) milsurp bolt actions to mount scopes? Say one has a collection of Mosins, Enfields, and Mausers from his poorfag days. What kind of cost can he expect to turn some of the more accurate ones into "sniper" rifles?
My entire collection is budget.
My S&W 909 (budget model of 3904)
For thread I offer dpms. Their ar 15's take some shit but I have had zero issues with mine through the 2500+ rounds I've put through it. Usually can find them for 600 if your lucky.
just bought a DPMS because it's cheap and I wanted to get one before CA possible bans bullet buttons.
But because I'm a massive mongoloid retard I bought a set of MBUS sights without realizing that the front would be mounted on the gas block.
Also the gas block rail is not on the same plane as the receiver rail. Do you have any suggestions on what to do? Preferably on the cheaper side, I know Troy makes sights that would work but they're kind of pricey
I changed mine to a fixed front sight. I think magpul makes a front sight for lower railed gas blocks. Look on cheaper than dirt for options. I know they have a category of front sights for lower gas blocks.
Windham is awesome. Solid, well made, reliable, accurate. It's the company Richard Dyke started after selling Bushmaster. When his non-competition clause was over he bought the plant in Windham, ME, which had been closed down by Bushmaster's new owners.
Their AR15's are pretty basic-bitch but they're solid and accurate.
They literally own the AR10 market though. While still being hands-down the cheapest option.
They offer lowers and uppers at unbeatable prices and the fact they frequently put it on sale ain't bad either.
Lifetime warranties and the hangun service reps are bro as hell
$320 for a pistol with accessories that usually add another $100 to the cost of the gun
Small and compact, and probably the cheapest levers you'll find
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Huge aftermarket and thanks to the MIC we'll be seeing parts/used variations in the market below $500 for decades to comce
Same as Beretta but with police trade ins
They are literally everywhere and thanks to the market overflow you get to pick and choose (non free states need not apply, sorry)
Can literally be found in almost any pawn shop for sub $200.