Ive got such a hard on for .300 Blackout it’s not even funny.
Can’t wait to make progress on my build.

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The 1990 Advanced Combat Rifle Program
This is super interesting. Best part starts around 5 minutes in.

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coffeeandspentbrass:

freexcitizen:

coffeeandspentbrass:

freexcitizen:

Ok but a 12 gauge saiga, with a rifled slug barrel. Cut down to 6 inchs, and built as a pistol. This is the closest Id ever get to an actual Bolter.

Unless someone starts making guns in .51 Gyrojet, yeah pretty much.

But have you see the Origin 12 SBS?image

Take that stock off and you’ve pretty much got a fucking bolter.
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Somebody put that heavy breathing cat on this, I’m on mobile

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I gotchu, bro.

These are super awesome in person. Im gonna go play with them again at the Creek.

(via redbrickarmy)

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pointandshootmediaworks:

Colt 1911 Series 70. With leather holster and canvas/leather magazine pouches.

(via hoppes9)

muppetz540:

Rock out with your Glocks out

Dat tan G20

cerebralzero:

Custom Mosin Nagant

DONE RIGHT.

house-of-gnar:

Russian Spetsnaz FSB. photo sourced from public domain

(via redbrickarmy)

revengeofthemudbutt:

bryantbaxter:

7.5” Lone Wolf G9 9mm pistol with a 6.5” suppressor. Cerakote done by Mod1 firearms.

Accessories include: KAK extension tube, UTG hand stop, Truglo Tactical micro green laser, Surefire G2 flashlight, B.A.D. lever, Troy iron sights, Trijicon RMR 3.25 MOA, Parallax Tactical 11.5” handguard, Magpul ASAP sling plate with MS3 sling, magpul MOE+ grip, and a BCM mod 3 charging handle.

So far I am really enjoying the RMR in the forward position.

bRUH

(via dirty-gunz)

Q: You probably get asked this from time to time, but, what gun would you recommend someone to start out on? A .22 would be the best bet, but what else would you suggest? What guns provide the best feel and handling when fired for extended periods of time at a range?

A .22 is the best gun to start out with to learn the basics of marksmanship and safe firearms handling, but once you get into the activity and get to the point when you are ready for firearms that require confidence and some experience to operate effectively, choosing a gun can be a daunting task.
There are loads of great choices, and these are some of the more popular ones off the top of my head that seem to be what people enjoy most.

Handguns:
Glock 19
Sig P226
Makarov
1911
CZ 75
Ruger GP-100

Rifles:
Ruger American
Savage Model 10
AR-15
Ruger 10/22
SKS
AK variant

Shotguns:
Remington 870
Mossberg 500
Remington 1187
Mossberg 930
Winchester 1300

asked by taulle
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C7 A1

Q: Show some c7's for us Canadian folk

I’ll try.

asked by kushadelic
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