But if I did, it would be for collection sake and 'shoot-moar-boolets-gooder-quickly' situation.
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The primer wasn't at risk of going off because the rear of the cartridge and the primer were both still in the magazine. Worst case scenario is I tore open the case. But since brass doesn't spark, there wouldn't be a risk of it going off.
What the hell kind of bolt are you using that can tear open brass? Damn.
I heard that diamonds can tear open everything, why isn't the military using diamond tipped bullets?
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Gee I don't know maybe because diamonds are fucking expensive?
Also they're still relatively brittle doesn't matter how 'hard' a diamond is if it hits, say, tank armour at the speed of a bullet it's going to shatter, not cut into the tank.
Eh, just put him on the ignore list.
Although, I wish said list hid posts in a smaller and less obnoxious manner. THIS PERSON YOU DISLIKE HAS POSTED SOMETHING. CLICK HERE TO VIEW WHAT DUMB SHIT HE SAID.
As to whatever conversation we are having about the .45ACP we need to remember everything is better with Corbons... nothing like a 4 ft blue flame out the mouth.
New gun purchase:
Czech DB Shotgun from the early 1900s
Type 38 Arisaka that's so messy you could mud wrestle in it
why would you purchase a japanese firearm
What do you guys think about flinching? I've heard some people say if you start out shooting a big caliber you'll develop a flinch. But I learned how to shoot on a M91/30 and I don't flinch, except when other people are shooting and I'm watching.
My brother on the other hand, started out on a 10/22 and has a horrible flinch. I think it depends on the person rather than developing a flinch.
Tell your brother to man the fuck up.
I have been thinking about this for quite some time and despite owning literature of the topic I'd like to know if Westinghouse nuggets have any differences in quality etc. comapred to Russian nuggets. Anybody?
I found another retarded albeit interesting "pistol"
This particular one is chambered in 5.56
kel-tec makes plastic guns
keltec makes shit guns
Either that dude's got an iron man grip or the recoil out of that thing isn't too bad.
It doesn't look that shitty to me, but then again, I don't know much about guns.
Anyway, my buddy was wondering if it was legal in Canada to change the loading tube of a shotgun from 4 shots to 6 or 8? My guess is no.
By the way, is it allowed to talk about knives here?
Injection molded plastic held together by screws. Why the fuck would you buy that?