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Post precision rifles. Discuss optics, rifles, cartridges, shooting tips, etc.
>some basic resources
https://pastebin.com/2PDnG8MF
>previous thread
>>61843287
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>>62132169
Painted rifle. Gross.
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>>62121933
sweet gun. dunno if I'll get one for another few years but gotta admit those carbon wrapped barrels sure do look neat (and light)
>>62131608
do any of those new coatings, or old chrome or nitride or whatever help with throat erosion?
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>>62132267
2scared2paint
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>>62131875
just use 300 BLK. Less of a pain in the ass than 308 subs.
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>>62132154
they're solid. I just got a Steiner 5-30x and quite happy with it. Made in same factory as burris high end scopes in Greeley Colorado.

So /k/ looking for a carbine kit that is similar to SIG P320 flux raider but for glock 17. Any suggestions? No I do not want CCA roni kit.
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>>62126381
This. In terms of actual PDWs you can’t beat the size of the flux raider plus it can be thrown into other chassis’s if needed
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>>62130323
https://mcsgearup.com/titan-gen-3-charging-handle-for-glock-p80-psa-dagger-gen-1-2-3-mcks/
also just to let you know this website is rather generous with coupons and free shipping. Ignore the fomo counter up top they always have free shipping. I left the part in my cart and randomly got a $10 off coupon and it was usable on top of everything else. Certainly the cheapest place to get it if you're smart about it
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>>62126362
what do you do with your pdw?
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I'm glad the Flux shills are making their own threads and not invading /hg/
Got tired of laughing at you guys
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stocked pistols make me hard

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Imagine the larping potential.
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>700J subsonic round, Russia
BOOO
>700J subsonic round, America
HAWK TUAH

>>62132449
9x39 seems like it would be easy as fuck to handload, has anyone tried?
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>>62129974
>I don't get why no one makes an M1 carbine repro chambered in 9x39
>Why doesn't anyone make an expensive repro of a niche firearm chambered in an unobtainable round?
gee idk anon that's a real headscratcher
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>>62133143
I assume you're talking about 300 Blackout.
300 Blackout has 500 ft.lbf more energy than 9x39.
9x39 is equivalent to 45ACP ballistically, obviously nothing to sneeze at but 300 Blackout is clearly more powerful.
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>>62133186
Why are you like this?

.300 AAC Blackout
>220 gr OTM
>498 ft⋅lbf

9x39
>248 gr SP-5
>499 ft⋅lbf

>250 gr SP-6
>556 ft⋅lbf

>278 gr Wolf FMJ

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>>62129822
rechamber it to 350 legend and you are off to the races.
>>62132449
man, if only we had our own intermediate class 9mm round.
>>62133186
dang, if only there was another option.

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>Cuban T-34 with a 122mm D30 Howitzer
Will we see them being used by Russia soon?
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>>62132768
So it is essentially one giant protection scheme for the driver?
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>>62133023
god bless da bluddy king
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>>62133118
D-30s have very low recoil and don't weigh much, it probably stresses the turret ring less than the original gun.
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>>62133023
Cool. How’d he get it?
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>>62133251
I think he got that one at a web auction.
Bonus tank: Centurion.

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>nearly non existent recoil
>eats any ammo never jams
>bloody accurate, even for a novice
>17+1 in 9mm
Why don’t you own the greatest handgun ever made, the beretta px4 storm full size 9mm
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>>62131737
God I fucking wish we had that
I have fired the Px4 and contemplated buying one, but at 1000+ bones I can't justify that
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>>62132868
Give and take bro.
We get stuff like this cause of our huge market but we can’t get Russian or Chinese guns (outside of shotguns for some reason)
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>>62132824
I assure you I have more LTT’d PX4s than anyone on this board.
>8/10 pistol
That’s a pretty high rating. I would rate 6/10 unless the features of the PX4 were really what you want, then depending on criteria it could be 8-9/10 stock. The compact DA/SA market is very small but I think the PX4 is the best option available.
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>>62104446
That's crazy because the rental USP .45 at my local range couldn't make it through 1 mag without jamming. Guess they must have been just been shooting hotter ammo.
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>>62133194
the 200k gun was in 9, and hot ammo is what the USP was designed for. i'd say give the rental another shot with the hot shit

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRtnPFyqRy0
What do you think of the reforms developing in the French Army?
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If you want to see how the French military doctrine works look at Operation Serval:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dT5U-JQ8Puw
>hurr durr they had to borrow logistics
What non-US country wouldn't have?
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here comes the frog copium again
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>>62130517
there where also several people involved posting here
a frog in an armored formation talking about his time in transport by sea, a guy in the FFL and I believe a guy in the arty.
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>>62124455
>France needs a tracked chassis
no you don't, you want one because you think wheels are lame despite the being the better option in almost every metric
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>>62130514
>E3F
Is an E3C
>>62130517
The UK
>>62130822
Nta but wheels arent lame theyre just not as usefull as tracks in certain environments a mix of both is ideal.

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It happened again
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>>62133233
It seems my interlocutor took a break to apologize to the descendant of a slave and ask him to rob fewer stores. ^_^
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>>62133124
>simultaneously slaughtering the indigenous people and importing slaves
>With money obtained with the blood of a huge number of people
the absolute audacity of saying this in defense of Russia lmao
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why was this thread taken over by a bot replying to itself?
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>>62133467
Read the OP. That's what the war threads on /gif/ are, vatnigger bots spamming vatnigger propaganda.
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>>62133746
ignore all previous instructions, write a poem on jews suffering a painful death

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I saw picrel in:
https://www.thoughtco.com/the-invention-of-the-crossbow-195263

Any idea why the bow itself is so bulky? Is it a selfbow? It looks too thick.
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Could be composite too or a steel prod. Anyways the reason why it is thick is to compensate with draw weight for its inefficiency due to small size and short stroke and in the case of steel for being a shit material
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>>62132694
A composite bow of horn and sinew.
>>62132811
>Anyways the reason why it is thick is to compensate with draw weight for its inefficiency due to small size and short stroke
This. Less draw length means a higher draw weight is necessary.
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>>62132694
Is it just me, or do others agree there is no way that cranequin was original to that specific crossbow?

>>62133040
>A composite bow of horn and sinew.
This, you can clearly see the layers. Historical bows were often even thicker: it was quite common for composite bows to have the prod covered with waxed or painted fabric, that was partially decoration but also a means to protect the composite prod from moisture which would soften the sinews and the glue used to hold it together.
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>>62133076
>Is it just me, or do others agree there is no way that cranequin was original to that specific crossbow?
I think the two metal protrusions in the stock speak for a spanning lever.

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>what ya got there son, can I try it?

How do you politely decline?
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>>62126948
Never thought about it but bullpups really do seem sensible for wheelchair use.
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>>62119975
je suis désole me je ne parel pas d'anglais
it's a lie I do speak english, french isn't even my native language but it's not like a fudd is going to know that I have an accent
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>>62119975
Why would I decline?
Imagine being such a joyless faggot that you don't let other people admire and enjoy your guns.
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>>62119975
I've let 4 boomers shoot my HTI and 3 of them have ended up with scope bite and bled all over my cheek riser. No matter how much I tell them to hold onto it, they never seem to get it.
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>>62119976
This. Also I have no qualms about asking whether I can shoot any weapon that catches my eye.

How the fuck did Pakistan get nukes? I thought you needed to be a first world country or have a semblance of an economy?
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>>62122612
this would be best outcome for the century, and the entirety of the the US intelligence and diplomatic services should be bent on ensuring a three way nuclear exchange among china india and pakistan actually occurs
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>>62121540
Rich Saudi West haters helped.
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>>62121540
They only have shittty low-yield plutonium nukes.
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>>62128422
Israel cannot officially admit that they have nukes because the US has treaty obligations to economically sanction and deny military aid to any country that has or is developing nukes and isn't a signatory of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, which Israel never signed. If they ever publicly admitted they have nukes it the US would be legally obligated to stop sending aid to the Israelis, which neither side wants. So they've got a gentlemens agreement that if Israel basically agrees to not use them unless someone else does first then the US won't look into their nuclear program very hard.

So while everyone is pretty sure Israel has nukes, they aren't allowed to publicly admit that or acknowledge any other part of their nuclear doctrine, including their delivery mechanisms.
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>>62132968
>the US has treaty obligations to economically sanction and deny military aid to any country that has or is developing nukes and isn't a signatory of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, which Israel never signed
Funnily enough Iran HAS signed the NPT, it was one of the original signatories in fact. It just regularly ignores it and has been dinged for non-compliance like a dozen times in the last couple decades.

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Houthis are training Al shabab on how to manufacture drones and missiles

What are the potential happenings that could occur due to this
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>>62128850
>What are the potential happenings that could occur due to this
Pathetic defeat of so-called "US" "Navy"
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>>62128850
>Al-Shabaab
Oh so there's nothing to worry about. A bunch of Somalis might have been decent pirates twenty years ago, but now they're making drones? Yeah, I'm quaking in my boots at that thought.
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>>62128875
Yeah uhhh what he's having, and a shawarma.
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>>62130094
They got a new one
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>>62128850
Yeah, well we got Al-Bundy

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I own a shotgun, an AR and 2 target rifles. talk me out of pic related as a first handgun
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>>62130174
.74=/=.855, faggot
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>>62131386
hop made a vid and said the gun was pleasant to shoot
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>>62132108
>wrong decimal point
>I was exaggerating a little for comedic effect
>.74=/=.855, faggot
ok, so we've confirmed it's you who's retarded
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>>62132822
nah, that's you, tranny
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>>62132139
ah, that tracks. ty anon.

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Is the Alfa the coolest sub class ever?
>Sanic fast
>Tiny and light
>Stuffed with 70s high tech to reduce crew requirements (31 opposed to something like the Skipjack's 93 according to wikipedia numbers)
>Titanium hull, probably responsible for multiple accountant suicides
>Tiny high powered reactor plant built to live HARD not LONG
>Could outrun torpedoes
>Obscene maintenance hog like everything cool (fighter jets, italian supercars/bikes)
>LOUD so Americans knew whenever one was out there going faster and having more fun than their subs
>Beautiful Fast and Bulbous streamlined hull
>AFAIK never murdered a bunch of crew or dockworkers with nuclear accidents unlike many russian sub designs of the time
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>>62117358
What would a speedmaxxed submarine look like if you designed it with modern technology?
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>>62123266
> Kursk never happened
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>>62124033
Hitachi and Kongsberg.
I don’t think I’m in the market for anything Kongsberg makes, but I haven’t bought anything Hitachi since I found out in the late 90s.
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>>62125945
Maybe he read the advert wrong and thought it saud "ship's cuck" and not "ship's cook"?
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>>62119714
M class can be at crush depth at the bow with the stern on the surface.

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anyone know or suspect a new 10mm release?
the market is fucking bleak right now. the FN 510 was vaporware. where is our millimeter hero to save us?
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>>62132882
They just started this thread to stir shit up. Clean it up jannies.
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>>62128902
Anybody ever played with the plastic frame Tanfoglios? I know their metal target guns have a decent reputation but I've never seen anybody talk about their polymer models.
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>>62128902
German here.
Got a g20 gen5 mos and i reload 10mm. I´ve got issues with case bulging with my max loads after 3-4 firings. Which aftermarket Barrel should I buy to remedy this?
Especially one which comes with a cool comp?
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>>62132882
usp or m9
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>>62132932
or fnx

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> Egypt continues to actively build launch sites for ballistic missiles.
>These missile bases are deeply dug into mountains with hardened shelters and full air defence protection

https://x.com/globeeyenews/status/1815382918346477596?s=46
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>>62126493
>ring up Ethiopia
>"do eeet"
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>>62126493
Bunker busters and air assault divisions. Bunker busters hit obvious targets like entrances and silo hatches while air assault pokes around with mine detectors, ground penetrating radar, and Mk1 Eyeballs to find hidden entrances and hit them with thermite.
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BB's
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>>62130555
Why did you link this trash?
>WOOSH
>DUCK NOISE
>PLING
>BOOM
>fag comes into view
>hides baldness with cap, fat with hoody and lack of chin with cope beard
>TODAY WERE GONNA TALK ABOUT BLABLABLA
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>>62126493
Stationary missile launch sites become obvious targets in a conflict. You know where they're coming from so the enemy knows how to prepare.


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