real svds and tigrs go for much more
just buy it tbh..
might be a zastava m91 or PSL as well
If it's Russian: BUY THAT SHIT IMMEDIATELY, IT'S LIKE GETTING IT FOR FUCKING FREE
If it's Chink: buy it, it's a pretty great price.
If it's a PSL or M91 aka not-a-dragunov: still buy it, it's a decent deal.
When I get there, any marks I need to look for, any things I can look at to see what exactly it is? Any subtle differences, ect.
make video about the zombie target, i want to see it in action
I with I had a Dragunov SVD, such a cool looking rifle
Hey guys, I've got a real sharp M44 and I was wondering do any of you guys have the 91/30 with a scope? If so, do you suggest it? I was thinking of picking up a thousand rounds for the mosin but I'd want some variation.
Also, what you guys consider the ultimate (realistic) russian arms collection to aspire to own?
Nagant M1895 (Belgian, but used in Russia/Soviet for a long time)
SR-3 SR-3M Vikhr
The Vikhr is probably the world's coolest firearm.
Mosin Nagant 91/30 - $130
Mosin Nagant Revolver - $130
Mosin Nagant 91/30 Sniper - $430
Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine - $250
Mosin Nagant M44 - $170
TT33 - $300
Makarov - $300
SVT-40 - $1500
SKS - $350
AK47 - $600
Ak74 - $600
RPK - $700
AKM - $900
Dragunov - $1000
Estimated Rough Total Cost - $9360
Just through that together, those are guns that are actually available and about their average cost. Not all original russian weaponry, but most is. That'd be quite the arsenal.
still cheaper than a Sako TRG-42 or Barrett M98B with optics
Wait, I thought in Australia semi-autos over .22 were forbidden unless you have a really good reason and/or work in a ranch.
How are you going to justify this, mate? Groundhog control?
From a new york times article apparently, I wonder who they have label this shit
That's an AK, easy mixup.
Ahaha glock and wesson
Colt Koch oh god
Got myself two cases of bowling pins for free, just had to haul them off. He offered 10 cases but I didn't feel like hauling them off in 105 degree heat to the truck. It's like 24 pins I got, perfect targets, now I'm going to make the hanger for them. Already drilled and put eye holes in the four I'm going to use in a few days.
Do you guys know anything about doing an AK build? I'm thinking about buying one of the receivers from ClassicArms, but I have no idea how difficult it is, and what sort of regulations I have to adhere to (except for the one about foreign parts, but I don't know how many I can cap it at).
Also, when doing a build, do any of the parts I would be ordering have to be purchased through an FFL? Anyone have any good complete guides on an AK-47/AK-74 build?
Sub $10 target.
flat receiver or a semi-finished one?
have fun bending or at least riveting
screw builds are dumb as hell and fall apart
the thing about AK builds is that a lot of it really can't be done by hand and requires big machinery to do. Your choices are to buy a $200 kit that needs to be stamped, buy a $300 kit that needs rivets, or buy a used wasr for $400
So I couldn't just get the receiver, the parts kit and the barrel from Classic Firearms?
I have no idea what kind of machinery that would involve, or how complicated assembly would be. Do you guys have any idea regarding that? I have a riveter, and if it's not the right size I can simply buy a pneumatic head for my compressor. Besides that, I'm lost.
if you can rivet then you should be fine with anything
normally you'd spend about $200-400 on a kit and then another $100 or so on a receiver through an FFL
nodakspud always has good receivers for pretty great prices
Yeah, I can rivet, so it looks like I'm good on tools.
Especially rubber mallets, fuck yeah
AK's are pretty simple to build from a kit, the only difficulty is that the barrel is riveted to the receiver, and is probably difficult to head space because of it
One thing you need to watch out for though. 7 (I think, best look it up) parts in the AK need to be of US origin (as in, made in the US) otherwise you'll piss off the ATF. The parts can be anything; pins, springs, handguards, trigger componants etc. I think this has to do with something about importing parts kits...
Woops, seems it can't be any parts, but most of them are small parts anyway
Okay, so y'all seem like you'd be experts in this subject.
I'm afraid for my life to fire anything with more kick than a 12 gauge, for fear that it'll destroy my shoulder. Hell, even a .410 feels a bit much for me. Does this make me a panzy, if so, any way to get over it? I mean, I tried out a BAR once (30-06). And after hearing it had twice the recoil of the 12 gauge I just fired (and that alone kicked my ass), and I panicked.