Q: What are your three favorite service rifles from the World War 2 era?

Sturmgewehr (Germany)

M39 (Finland)

Johnson 1941 / M1 Garand (USA)





I had a hard time deciding between the Johnson and the Garand. Consider it a tie.

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coffeeandspentbrass:

California legal M249.

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry…

Also I want one.

Is that a Cetme/HK trigger group?
This is hella cool

(via spookydeathmachines)

30roundrevolution:

an AK pistol in 7.62x39mm top, out to the middle right is a Tantal Pistol in 5.45x39mm and on the bottom is a Kel-Tec PLR-16 in 5.56x45mm/.223 Rem.

Yes

(via cerebralzero)

I have a wonderful idea.

coffeeandspentbrass:

bolt-carrier-assembly:

coffeeandspentbrass:

coffeeandspentbrass:

Instead of building a 10.5” AR pistol clone of my DMR build I’m thinking about buying an Ares Breath 5.56 brake and pinning it to the pistol upper giving me a 16.5” barrel.

Then I could have a real stock and shit. This is seriously tempting.

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jaingandjaro
As long as it is pinned or welded to the barrel the muzzle device counts for overall barrel length.

bolt-carrier-mod
Because I can’t get an SBR tax stamp in California.

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As a pistol, though.
The Sig Brace is way more usable as a stock than i had previously expected. I think they are well worth consideration, if you can utilize them legally.

I was thinking about it, but I have really long arms. For me to comfortably shoot most AR’s I have to have the stock fully extended.

I can move mine out to this distance and it feels sturdy enough as to not be affected by recoil. This increases the LOP to what a Standard AR should be, or very close.
You can put spacers on the buffer to keep it from collapsing and keep it at that distance.
I’ll be shooting it within the month, and ill let you know how it works without a spacer keeping it from moving.

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I have a wonderful idea.

coffeeandspentbrass:

coffeeandspentbrass:

Instead of building a 10.5” AR pistol clone of my DMR build I’m thinking about buying an Ares Breath 5.56 brake and pinning it to the pistol upper giving me a 16.5” barrel.

Then I could have a real stock and shit. This is seriously tempting.

image

jaingandjaro
As long as it is pinned or welded to the barrel the muzzle device counts for overall barrel length.

bolt-carrier-mod
Because I can’t get an SBR tax stamp in California.

image

As a pistol, though.
The Sig Brace is way more usable as a stock than i had previously expected. I think they are well worth consideration, if you can utilize them legally.

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bolt-carrier-assembly:

M16A2 LMG - Guns of the World

Notable that it fires from an Open Bolt, and the apparent lack of recoil and overall weapon movement when firing.

(Source: 010371350, via redbrickarmy)

everydaycivilian:

#knightsarmament #kalashnikov #tribute #shot2014

alexandersattler:

Go see it. Now.

This movie was way better than expected.

(Source: fetts, via codypowell)

Q: Oh, Not sure if it's new news, but Colt Canada just started selling Civilian C-7's and C-8's. Unfortunatly because it's Canada, they come with pinned magazines and are stuck in Semi auto.

At least you have semi-auto! In other country they neuter the gas system making them effectively straight pull bolt actions.

You could also buy some .50 beowulf mags and get a few extra rounds out of them.

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FURY!

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tacxlife:

I shot this thing today. I am in the need for one!

Tacsol kestrel upper!

(via 45-9mm-5-56mm)

n17r4ms:

bolt-carrier-assembly:

n17r4ms:

Fap away guys & girls.

FUCKING 3 FIRST MODELS.
IN THE SAME ROOM.

Actually, if you notice the farthest one has something different about it too :D

*incoherent noises due to loss of speech processing*