I want to hit a gnats ass from 1000 yards away.
Or does that shotgun not even exist anymore?
You can get a decent printer for $150-$250, capable of producing all kinds of guns and gun parts, its fun too!
Bonus, you don’t have to worry about mag bans anymore... you can even print suppressors
12 gauge pump action for home defense. I doubt I’ll ever use it, but I already feel safer knowing I have it.
Plus, now I’m ready for what happens when Chauvin is inevitably found guilty or not-guilty
Well, I just went ahead and bought two 80% lowers. Not that I actually need two more guns, but because owning them clearly bothers these douchebag dems.
I think I'm going to give it a go. Anyone care to offer any tips?
I don't have a rifle for this I live in NH should I try and sell it some ware? or just try and find a rifle chambered in that. I didn't read closely I was looking for .17 hmr I have a savage r17
I was wondering if a feed window on a gun receiver is a good idea as I would like to be able to quickly check if there is ammo at the top of a magazine, and also to be able to check the chamber without pulling the bolt back far?
I know, I know, stick to the same lower and upper. But I realize that a DPMS full is kinda out of my price range (also redundant with my current setup and my wife thinks I own too many already).
But I want to eventually save up for the Genesis Arms G-12 that is DPMS compatible, and I read that the PSA ar 10 (gen 2) is compatible with the DPMS gen 2.
Been thinking of building a .300BLK upper. Anyone on here into the cartridge? Seems like ammunition is expensive but sometimes easier to get than .223 right now.
I'm just getting into guns (finally got my money straight) and I got recommended THIS by the MAC and I found it a great help. It's like Youtube but for guns. If your favorite gun channels get pulled down go here. I really like the concept of this site and think we need to get it to as many people as possible. Especially new gun owners such as myself.
Talking about the "rifle" category of gun specifically. More interested in range shooting and home defense right now. First thing I thought of was the AR-15, but I don't know much about it.
Suggestions of other types of guns are welcome.
I am a recent first time gun owner and really want to feel comfortable with my gun. Any recs on any of the different types of dry fire for me to practice with? I was looking at the Mantis but wasn't sure if that was the best one for me. Any advice is appreciated! I have a 22 (Smith and Wesson M&P).
I am only mildly interested in it because you can put it on a belt buckle or clip holster grip. Is it worth the novelty for a spare gun that I will never use except as a conversation piece? Is it better to spend my money on a G3c or rough rider?