posted ago by fuckinlegend ago by fuckinlegend +69 / -0

This is so fucking demoralising. I'm considering moving rural because then you can have "pest control" as a valid reason to use guns and they'll even let you own a semi-automatic rifle! Provided it's under 20 rounds per magazine.

Also you need to buy a safe and bolt it into the frame of your house.

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fuckinlegend [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

I think for me if I wanted a SKS or a Garand I would have to get it on a collector license in which case it would have to be made permanently inoperable.

There's a bloke in my state who has an AR-15 for pest control which I believe I could get on a collector license with a trigger lock, and then eventually be able to use it for pest control if I moved rural. The unfortunate thing is you need to request permission for each purchase and justify why you couldn't get a smaller gun.

So if I want a .308 rifle I have to beg and explain why a .22LR rifle wouldn't work for me.

In NSW you can't have a rifle with a pistol grip even if it's bolt action. It's fucking insane man!

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fuckinlegend [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

Actually an SKS could be doable but that's probably as beefy as you could get as a farmer or for pest control. It's in the same category as pump action shotguns I think

Yeah dingos depending on where you are, but we also have packs of feral dogs and foxes. I heard tale of a family friend shooting a wild pig and it took an absurd number of shots cause he only had a .22

As a starter I can get a bolt action .223 or .308 for recreational shooting but beyond that it gets very onerous

I was eyeing this one cause it's made here https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PPK8ZrLHq4o

Ironically it's made in NSW but it's illegal in NSW because of the pistol grip haha

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strawman7 6 points ago +6 / -0

That's what I was thinking too with 20 rounds. 308/7.62mm. I've been considering an AR10 as primary in the US to defeat body armor.

On the bright side, competition requirements for pistol will keep OP sharp and in practice.

Smol_Gobbo 7 points ago +7 / -0

That is a tough spot indeed

You can’t even vanish into the wild because it’s australia and that’s basically a death sentence, even more than anywhere else

Best get good at killing with your hands meight

fuckinlegend [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

It's doable, but lots of sneks and wild pigs. I've got family on hundreds of acres completely off grid for water and sewage. You actually do need some firepower for the pigs there

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PrezElectHamsandwich 1 point ago +1 / -0

how about some deadly spiders?

GloboHomoErectus 7 points ago +7 / -0

If it's anything like Sweden a "competition" could just be you and another bloke at the range, only difference is that you register the score.

Just checked and internal club ladder duels are counted as competitions in Sweden.

Sweden is much more lax than OZ though, but they do have score requirements for advancing to the next stage of weapons.

2-4 years and you can have a semi auto AR-15 30 rounds in the mag (but don't tell the leftists that).

We also have dynamic shooting that is accepted within the sport nowadays.

You wanna shoot with a glock 40? You can do that in Sweden, there are competitions for every category you could imagine.

For sports shooting you are allowed the standard mag sizes for the weapons, which is pretty cool.

Hunting license is piss easy to get but you are very limited on capacity, you could get almost any rifle if it is considered for long range shooting, as long as it doesn't have pistol grip. Shotguns are 2+1 and rifles are 7+1 shots.

You also cannot have a record of anything jail related.

Another hilarious thing is your license is literally an unlaminated piece of paper.


Things could be better, but it's pretty ok tbh.

fuckinlegend [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

I had no idea Sweden was that free! Apart from the obvious issues of rapefugees it seems like the place to be in terms of individual freedom.

Unfortunately you have to belong to a pistol club and it has to be a sanctioned event so it's not so easy. Most people don't bother and they'll just get a collector license for handguns, but what's the point if you have to destroy the gun to own it?

New Zealand was incredibly free for guns then they had their own false flag mass shooting. It's sad that this is where we're moving.

GloboHomoErectus 7 points ago +7 / -0

That doesn't work in Sweden, rapefugees have used AKs, pistols and munitions from the Balkans since the Yugoslav war.

A legal weapon has literally never harmed anyone.

The last time they tried to steal legal weapons the sparks from the circular saw (on the weapons locker) caused an explosion and blew one guys head clean off and maimed the other one.

Apparently that locker was where he stored all his gunpowder, and cause the thieves couldn't see inside the lockers they eeny, meeny, miny, moed themself on the wrong locker.

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KarenKarenKaren 5 points ago +5 / -0

Shotguns are very versatile


Very interesting what Tim Wells does with ancient hunting practices


(He’s cheesy but demonstrates some incredible skill)

KarenKarenKaren 3 points ago +3 / -0

Oh I also like bubba roundtree for his buckshot reloading videos which are very interesting


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MrChung 2 points ago +2 / -0

Build a gun in .380

LikelyALiar 2 points ago +2 / -0

3d print whatever you want

FloorGypsy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Get a 3d printer, make your own parts, upgrades, and magazines.

HingusTheBungus 1 point ago +2 / -1

Train a few dingos to eat Jews.