that trigger discipline
that trigger discipline
They are both loaded, with rounds in the chambers.
You're as military as my 3 year old cousin, /k/untmando.
Seriously, you're a danger for yourself and everyone else if you do shit like this.
Let me prepare popcorn and cola first, then you may begin throwing the shit to me.
Anyway, i don't care about your opinion, i own a licence for firearms for years. And i never had any problems with it. Maybe i am crazy, but i am not crazy and crazy at the same time. Because if i would be crazy, police wouldn't give me the licence for firearms.
Good to see the ignore list works.
I didn't even know what to say. Go put your dad's guns away.
I have permanent access to them, and only I have access to them, and nobody else, as the law says.
And btw, you seem to be jelly.
You are calling an almost 24 years old person a cunt. How funny. I have fallen from my chair laughting.
I am anonymous, and here is my face:
(User was permabanned for this post ("Banned for trolling for four times in this same thread within just a month - clearly wont learn" - Starpluck))
It's not only the reason why i can't show the face. The primary reason is that i am military, so the law forbids me to show my face.
1. Add to "Ignore List".
Too sad that nobody loves me. :(
Now serious: I have bought a makarov 22lr conversion kit.
How much does this ammo cost per 1 round? Normal 9x18PM here is 0,90$ per bullet. But i have never seen 22LR in the shops, and didnt give a shit to it. how much does this ammo cost usually?
And again, i don't care about your SHITTY opinion. You are nothing.
Also: if i will give MY guns to my dad, i will violate law, and police will refund my licence. NOBODY except the owner must have access to firearms, that's the law, i can't do anything about it.
Stop being dumb and put the thread back on track.
And to do so: Gentlemen, behold! I give you a Remington M1867
This rifle belongs to a buddy of mine who had gotten it from his grandfather, who in turn got it from his grandfather. The M1867 was originally commissioned by The United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway and produced by them, although some were used by the US Navy as well as hunters.
I'm trying to figure out how much this one is worth. The ones made and Sweden and Norway usually go for about $1000-$2000, but this one I'm not sure on where it's made. It doesn't have any stamping of any kind other than "Remington London and New York". It's also engraved, which leads me to believe it was a custom hunting rifle. The caliber is unknown, but it's somewhere between .38 and .50 (my buddy is stationed here with me, so we can't just take a dial caliper and figure it out ourselves). What is known is that it's not chambered in what Sweden and Norway made their rifles in. Anyway, here's some eye candy.
Now that's a fine rifle.
Antique, nice rifle.
Kinda looks like some sort of lever opens the back of the barrel and you can load that way, but I'm not too sure either
1867s are rolling block, aka breech loaded
Hell yes I'm going shooting tomorrow with friends at the range we liked. Should be a good time.
these? I'm not sure on US prices, though, and being custom may make it more valuable, though it may also make it less valuable too. It does look like it's likely a hunting rifle of a similar style, though, but that could be the result of quality sporterization. You could contact a historian at Remington and ask them if they know anything about it (sometimes the company knows a surprising lot about their guns, someone I know was told the whole history of a S&W pistol they bought by a historian there), or have your friend see if his family knows anything about it, since it seems like his family's had it for generations.
Are you sure it's not in 8x56R?
Gonna go shoot my 91/30 Sunday, gonna be fun.
Gonna fire our M1 Garand tomorrow. 21 enbloc clips shall soon disappear!
Took my Remington 700 (300 Win Mag) to a place down the road from me today to have some major work done to it from where it's at now. Here's what we got set up and planned out...
- True (Blue Print) receiver. Includes lapping lugs, squaring face, correcting thread geometry, etc...
- Install Badger Ordnance maximized recoil lug
- True and open up Badger recoil lug
- Install Timney trigger and all that jazz
- Install Rock Creek stainless steel match grade barrel; Sendero 1:10 twist
- Have the barrel blank threaded, chambered, and installed onto the receiver
- Thread the muzzle for a suppressor (I'm planning on having some major fun with this thing )
- Install AICS stock I bought a few weeks back (could do this myself, but the place is doing it for me.)
- Cerakote barrel (Not sure which color to go with yet)
- Install Nightforce base, rings, and Nightforce NXS
- Punch holes in paper and deer
Thing is gonna be a fucking nail driver.
guessing .308 win since you mentioned 1:10
Edited to show. 300 Win Mag.
Does anyone else think that guy was actually an anti-gun nut, trying to badly parody gun owners?