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

THIS BOARD SUCKS KEK
also /1911/ general
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>>3
first for 10 mil
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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?
>>2
Give it some time.

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/akg/ AK General Anonymous 09/20/2019 (Fri) 01:09:55 No. 37 [Reply]
AK General /akg/
Prototype Edition
>Thread #1
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>>37
i like this grip it looks comfy
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the wood for my 74 got in, looks like NOS soviet shellac wood. Ukranians maybe inbreds with no sense of timeliness but damn it if it isn't the nicest original finish surp wood i ever seen.
>>45
Theyre relatively simple and reliable, you can even underload cartridges down to subsonic and it will likely work just fine. Ammo is cheap and effective too. The only problem I can think of is that it gets less accuracy than other designs because of its construction, but that isnt a problem at all if youre shooting targets under 100m with iron sights.
>>128
>Accuracy drops over 100m
Really? I guess it depends on the build we're talking about here. What about ARs?
>>49
How would you use that? Stick your thumb through the hole and grab it like a vertical grip with your pinky hanging off?

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/ak/ thread Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 03:22:35 ID:868a87 No. 140 [Reply]
Welcome aboard fellow /k/lansmen.
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>>140
Go pozz up cuckchannel with this garbage.

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4chan /k/ has turned into turbo-shit Anonymous 09/26/2019 (Thu) 18:02:13 ID:1e8777 No. 72 [Reply]
It'd be worth trying to bring some /k/ommandos over here and build this place up more.
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>>72
Agreed. It's nothing but reddit bugmen and trannies posting facebook humor and pathetic attempts at recreating the magical place it once was. 8/k/, despite being 100 times slower, had far more quality discussion. But now that's gone too.
>>107
lol i thought you only used that avatar on 4chan
>>108
Not an avatar I just really really like this picture
>>72
Figure we've got to get some quality threads up on here first, get some content going worth posting on.
>>135
it's nice to see the post rate going up in the last couple days. I just came here a few days ago. 8/k/, /fit/, and /tech/ were the best places for me and I'm still trying to find something similar.

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/k/nowledge thread Anonymous 09/18/2019 (Wed) 03:09:42 No. 9 [Reply]
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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>>9
I'll bite.
>'Bushido: Soul of Japan'- Inazo Nitobe
One America's most formidable enemy in it's imperial prime. From Kamakazi pilots to banzai charges these fuckers were the spiritual predecessors of the jihadists that bane us in America's more recent campaigns, they have Bushido to thank.
>'Hagakure' - Yamamoto Tsunemori
Where 'Bushido: Soul of Japan' was a 3rd person past participle account of what it means to be a samurai, this author lived it. Giving an account of how to conduct oneself in the business of servitude and death, this book acts as a companion book for those looking to not merely meet death meekly but stride forth and fervently embrace it's icy hand.
>'Book of Five Rings'- Miyamoto Musashi
This motherfucker lived by the sword; what Hagakure outlines, he did. Having self-reported over 60 successful duels in his lifetime he lays out his reflections of a lifetime of combat. For those wishing to master themselves and their chosen craft, this book is a must read.
>'Gurella Warfare' -Mao Tse Tung
Where a large organized army is like that of a seemingly unstoppable giant, small organized skirmishers are like that of a scalpel always making precision cuts targeting vital lifelines for the once fearsome organized army such as supply, communication and ordinance. China may presently boast of the largest standing army but they forget that they too are vulnerable to the doctrine within this book.
>'Art of War'- Sun Tzu
Superior strategy and implementation of ones resources for the win over reckless aggression with no prior planning. If you haven't read this book, what the fuck are you doing with your life?
Does anyone have any pdfs?
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Great thread anon! I'm reading "The great betrayal" by Ian Smith currently and it pretty based
>>102
I was reading much into Rhodesia and I saw that Ian Smith wrote a book, how good would you say the book is?
>>100
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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Planes Anonymous 10/03/2019 (Thu) 19:47:08 ID:de2021 No. 114 [Reply]
Dumping planes
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>flood detected
ok fine.

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Improvised weaponry Anonymous 09/24/2019 (Tue) 14:42:22 ID:550dd1 No. 59 [Reply]
>inb4 cactus flail
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>>104
Looks pretty sick, is it operational/do you have a video of it being shot?
>>106
Not him but the style looks familiar. Not really ornate, rigged with modern stock, spray painted, and sold online. Looks like this guy probably made it https://www.youtube.com/user/morecannonfab
>>109
awesome thanks anon

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TM's thread Anonymous 09/18/2019 (Wed) 03:25:42 No. 15 [Reply]
This thread is dedicated to interesting manuals, TM's, and technical firearm information resources that others might find interesting.
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Anonymous 09/24/2019 (Tue) 06:35:20 No. 55 [Reply]
/k/ meme thread
requesting fedd boy memes
i know you got em
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>>55
this one always gets me
>>55
>bois
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Lets get some sweet dubs Anonymous 09/17/2019 (Tue) 21:12:48 No. 5 [Reply]
Dubs /get/ waiting room
>>5
get
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test
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