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Anonymous 09/24/2019 (Tue) 06:35:20 No. 55 [Reply] [Last]
/k/ meme thread
requesting fedd boy memes
i know you got em
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>>396 >>397 >>398 >>399 >>400 >>401 >>402 >>404 >>405 These are fucking gold., Kek.
>>416 No, they're shit.
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Yugo Thread Scout##e3bkHj 09/24/2019 (Tue) 15:25:02 ID:db7818 No. 60 [Reply] [Last]
yugo thread
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>>60 A few days after xmas, i was watching TV at my mothers and a programme called >Scream for Me Sarajevo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYuNEF7Snok anyway, i was curious as to whether the kid getting shot in the head when he was with the UN soldiers was a FF attack to gain support against the serbs. anyone have any info regarding that? if you are interested in reading about the yugo wars and the western subversion, check out pic related
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>>388 There was no innocent sides in that conflicts. Everybody was in the wrong in that shit storm, funny enough we pulled the short end of a shit stick...again. It's kinda funny

/k/ memes are now red flags Anonymous 05/15/2020 (Fri) 08:53:27 ID:23b952 No. 290 [Reply] [Last]
The NCRI (Network Contagion Research Institute) published a paper on how boogaloo memes and lolbertarian faceberg pages are a domestic threat to the US, and how they've had effects on events like the Whiskey Warrior 556 standoff and various open carry protests. They discuss the deployment of language analysis software, Law Enforcement cooperation, and the monitoring of websites, in order to detect "dog whistles", hateful violence, and calls to insurgencies and mobs. Be aware that they're going to start using smarter methods to single out and disarm/detain even the most subtle bad goys, especially with the upcoming deployment of HARPA and Federal Level ERPOs.
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>>290 Yeah
Full of strawmen and doublespeak even in the first few pages. It conflates right wing or reactionary violence with Islamic terrorism, even though one is destructive, turning western nations into shitholes, whereas the other is constructive, removing obstacles to western greatness. The entire point of memetic drift is that it evolves to counter any attempts to censor it. This paper was published some 3-4 months after the boogaloo meme started to gain traction. Unless they cut out entire levels of bureaucracy and control a 4GW structure, they are simply not going to be anywhere near the inside of even the slowest anon's OODA loop. This paper reads like it was written by committee. They will need to dissolve the Politburo to stop the boogaloo from happening, and without a boogaloo they will never dissolve the Politburo.
>>290 >Goldenburg >Finkelstein They're always there.
>>294 It's funny how the boogers who went out to protest were wearing BLM shit and other lefty faggotry
boogaloo

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Anonymous 09/17/2019 (Tue) 20:18:02 No. 2 [Reply] [Last]
FIRST

THIS BOARD SUCKS KEK
also /1911/ general
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the glocknade-teen eleven
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>1911 general
Okay, anyone have suggestions for an officer sized 1911 with an aluminum alloy frame below $1500?
Also, does anyone have any experience putting extremely hot 45ACP loads (Underwood, Grizzly, DoubleTap, anything else from 550-600 ft-lbs) through such a gun? How do the frames hold up?
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Give it some time.
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>>2 Based and boomer pilled. Also thoughts on the Ruger SR series? I kinda like their 9mm ones.
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The future of gun control in America, Europe and around the world Anonymous 04/26/2020 (Sun) 22:45:35 ID:c84347 No. 286 [Reply] [Last]
Back in the 90s when gun control first became a thing after Dunblane in England, people had to make shitty zip guns to circumvent European gun laws. Due to the lack of availability of lathes, mills or other factory equipment that's required to build a firearm, most homemade guns were unreliable at best or hand-held pipe bombs at worst. Two of the best examples would be the Luty 9mm SMG and the Brocock revolvers. The Luty SMG is a 9mm submachine gun that is an open bolt, smoothbore, jam-o-matic piece of shit that lacks an extractor and the rounds can only go out via inertia, and it lacks a shoulder stock. These are made entirely from hardware store parts. But the thing is that smokeless rounds would most likely not work on this gun, so you'd need to use black powder cartridges. The second one were a type of airsoft revolvers that were manufactured in the UK at a certain time that could easily be converted to fire real rounds by simple drilling or adding .22 sleeves. But fast forward to today and you've got a much better selection of homemade and black market firearms. You've got Tor's black market guns and 3D printer guns as well as CNC machines which will allow you to rifle the barrels so that they're actually reliable firearms. I appreciate the works of Cody Wilson and the Tor project to not only make information more accessible and to act as a platform for dissidents, but also because now the government can't do anything to stop the flow of guns in heavily restricted areas. That means that now Eurotrash, felons, the mentally ill, terrorists and virtually anybody else can own a gun now regardless of what the government has to say. I think this is a win.
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>>297 Keybase. det_disp
>>407 Shoah'd. New home is deterrencedispensed.com.
The future is markets. Post markets you've found luck on.
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POST SEXY GUNS Anonymous 11/24/2020 (Tue) 19:00:26 No. 361 [Reply] [Last]
There are no sexy guns threads. For shame, /k/! I'll start.
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/k/nowledge thread Anonymous 09/18/2019 (Wed) 03:09:42 No. 9 [Reply] [Last]
As you must train your body, surely you must also train your mind.
In the spirit of the lost quality threads of old, I'm calling for a knowledge thread. Share your books that you see as required reading for kommandos and enthusiasts alike, anything from war memoirs and biographies to history books and weapons development. These should be books written by the experts in the field, books of first hand knowledge to be passed on to the next generation. Experiences of the masters of firearms, practitioners of death, the soldiers of fortune, and the inventors of these tools we have come to hold so dear. Bring out your library lists

We'll have another thread for TM's and manuals later, this is for more fireside reading material.
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Hello brother, phonefaggin right now, but /pol has a pdf thread going you may find useful. Bumping great thread I hope other /k/mandos drop some pdf here too! God bless and stay safe
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Firearms Curiosa is just that, a book of curious and unusual firearms, creative solutions to problems nobody asked for.
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The Art of the Rifle This book is a great throwback to the skills of old, how to wield a rifle effectively and quickly and how to hit your target no matter the positioning, distance, or conditions. A highly recommended read for poorfags with nothing but a mosin.

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Molested Magazines for Leafs Anonymous 11/04/2019 (Mon) 06:07:33 ID:2005c3 No. 183 [Reply] [Last]
Please help me, I'm in this horrible land, where rifle magazines have been limited to a capacity of 5rds; how would anyone here go about in disassembling and flattening, capacity-limiting dents in your AR-15 magazines?
I have a stainless-steel 5.56 Duramag that I'll work on, I'd also rather not permanently damage the magazine.

Also, if there are other 5.56 AR15 magazines available in Canada, which are easier to restore to their original 30rd capacity, please let me know.
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Best method: get a small machine screw, a nut and two washers. Small enough that the follower can't snag on the hole, 1/8" or 3/16". More threads per inch is better, because this is going to be a lot of torque for a screw that size. The washers need to be bigger than the dents so you can only see undamaged metal around the top one. Drill a hole in the dent for your screw, slightly bigger than the screw (the stretched metal is going to need somewhere to go when you press it back into shape.) Grind/sand two sides of one of your washers until it fits in the slot the follower rides in (where the dent is.) You may need to make a few of these if your screw head hits the slot before it contacts the washer. If your washer already fits then great, skip that step (you may still need a stack though. Pull the follower and spring and insert the screw with the ground on washer(s). If your screw is a hexcap and short enough to fit down the magazine body narrow-ways, save yourself some frustration and put it in with a pair of pliers from the inside with the hole facing down (don't forget the washer(s), and you can hold the screw by the threads just below the washer(s) if you're having trouble getting it down the slot.) Then apply the regular washer and nut to the other side, finger tighten and put a wrench on both of them. Turn the outside wrench until you're pretty sure you're about to strip the screw (no biggie if you do, just get extra) and you should have a flattened out dent with a hole that isn't likely to make the follower snag and tilt. Less good but easier way: drill the dent out completely. Place a washer or any other flat circular object which can fit through the hole into hole, kept from falling through by a backer that fits into the slot (a straight piece of wood, or something you're not afraid of messing up.) Clamp the backer (lightly) in place and apply an adhesive. JB Weld (or whatever the equivalent is up there in Leaf Land) will do fine. Superglue isn't great but it'll do in a pinch. Leave it to set up and you should have a working mag. You can drill out your patch and try again if it doesn't run. Janky but quick: drill the dent out, tape over the hole in the slot from the inside, and slime that shit with JB Weld. Let it set up and remove the tape. You might be able to just glue shimstock over the hole. Never tried it, don't know if the follower would try to snag on the edge of the (covered) hole or not.
>>183 >Get standard 30rd mag >Write "Beer coaster" on it >Use as beer coaster >Profit? Bonus freedom points for using the special 'bottle opener'.
>183 30 round PMAGs are entirely made of plastic and are available at a bunch of gun stores in the states, no ID needed at least in the based and redpilled states. Learn how to pop off the door panel of your vehicle, I'm pretty sure the little metal spring alone won't show up on any type of scan or whatever. >t. paid cash for 5 pmags recently without so much as a blink from the cashier.
>>183 is it possible to remove the follower in these mags?
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>>331 >desire to know more intensifies. PMAGs wouldn't show up on the scans? What scans our we talking about here?

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/akg/ AK General Anonymous 09/20/2019 (Fri) 01:09:55 No. 37 [Reply] [Last]
AK General /akg/
Prototype Edition
>Thread #1
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>>229 Do me please, not joking.
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thread 2 slow, post AKs >>129 this is an absolute meme, AKs are effective out to like 400m. I dont recommend taking them past 300m but they are capable guns
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>>382 The RPK is improved upon and some tests show it being capable to out to 800m. Perhaps there is a way to modify and AKM to increase its effective range and precision? Marco Vorobiev (15 June 2016). Gun Digest Shooter's Guide to AKs. Krause Publications. pp. 239– pic related not mine, i took it from somewhere else because it looked interesting
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>>37 Does the SAKO RK95 qualify to be in this thread? If so, great!

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