This is a good move. The house is made of brick but has a lot of alcohol in it. You win this round, Dr. Claw!If you’re lucky the guy you shot in your home would get charged with manslaughter.
Anecdote but I heard a story about two guys who tried to rob a convenience store. The clerk blasts one guy dead and shoots the other. The second guy lives and is charged with the first robber’s murder.
But yeah. Don’t shoot blindly or fire warning shots.
I’d just burn down max 330 Megas home.
They are currently discussing forcing gun owners to purchase liability insurance in CA.@ mainmain- Yup, theft and I have personal firearm liability insurance
This is a excellent economical ideal, two guns in one.If you want a 10mm but a Glock 41 (it's a .45 ACP) then get a conversion barrel to 10mm.
So would you say it was A GOOD DAYGot offered a late 60’s circle 11 numbers matching kit built AK. Couldnt say no. AK’s a hell of a drug.
I don't knowWhat kind of AK do you think cube had? I’ll bet a mak90, i’ll bet he paid less than $200.
Get used to it. We are entering an age where the sheer amount of information formats, platforms and content begin to evaporate under the pressure of new formats, platforms and content. One day nothing except vital old information will persist.I hate that youtube doesnt have a competitor. So many very helpful old firearm videos just getting deleted over there, it reminds me of when photobucket broke. All kinds of super useful data just gone forever after building an archive for so long.
This is really useful thanksJust in case you weren't aware:
Couple Youtube channels featuring 3D printed guns, but keep in mind that Youtube has cracked down hard on anything that even appears to resemble how to manufacture a firearm:
3d Pew General - his 3D print general channel is also good, but doesn't cover guns so as to not risk becoming fully demonetized
Print Shoot Repeat - unfortunately he had a lot of his content removed. His 3D printed content, however, was interesting as it was wholly from the perspective of a guy with a 3D printer who was printing designs off the internet. He isn't developing his own stuff. EDIT: oh man, looks like he actually removed all his 3D printed content. I think it's on Odysse.
You guys have posted weapons whom projectiles are capable of easily going through drywall. Why do you have to go up the stairs in the first place.
You might want to use that 9 against intruders instead, that 22 don't have stopping power. If you're not superstitious having some fool brain matter on your walls is a fond trophy.hahah this. I have 1 9MM or a .40cal for if someone needs to SEE the firepower and a .22 in case I have to actually shoot at someone and not ruin my walls, floor, and have to move because I know where all the brains were.
LoLz handguns and stopping power.
The only reason people carry handguns is because carrying a rifle everywhere can be inconvenient.
I have not fired the .500 yet, plan to hit the range this Friday on my day off. I have fired a .500 before and your enjoyment or lack thereof will depend on the barrel length and bullet grain. Since my 500 has a muzzle break, 7.5 inch barrel and I do not plan on firing anything over 300 grain I am expecting it to be more of a enjoyable trip as oppose to the 3 inch SW .500 no muzzle with a 700 grain round I first tried out long ago. If you never fired at least a .44 but really a .454 I wouldn't recommend firing a X frame revolver. The recoil can harm you, I don't plan on letting anyone I know try out the .500. Heck the only other person I let fire my .460 I only let them fire 45 long colt, no .454 and definitely not the .460.Looks like fun mainman, curious what the recoil feels like. Im quickly falling for revolvers, plan on picking up another one myself this week.
Went to the most amazing private range today, half the distance to my old range. Tons of targets out to 250 yards, gunsmith shop, bathroom, lounge and a bar…