Now, this is what bothers me the most, I understand that the barrel is going to have a little bit of give and wiggle room, but should it really be flush with the slide on the bottom? When you slide check, there’s a little resistance but no scraping noises or anything of the sort. Could this be a problem with the spring? I talked to SA about it and they said that I it’s not a problem at all, but anyone that I’ve talked to has never seen this or had the wear and tear that this does.I should also mention that it’s only had 60 rounds cycled through it. All training rounds. It’s never had any sort of jamming, Failures to return to battery, or catastrophic errors. And that I purchased it brand new.I don’t know if this is specific enough or not, but if it’s not I’ll try and answer any questions about it.
any one have any ideas on the issue in this Springfield XD
3:50 pm • 15 April 2013 • 7 notes
Custom AMD-65 with full stock
if a tommy gun and an AMD fucked
6:36 pm • 22 January 2013 • 50 notes
Massachusetts: Bill would require gun liability insurance
Massachusetts gun owners would be required to purchase liability insurance in case their firearm was ever used to injure someone under a bill being filed at the Statehouse.
The initiative is included in a gun control measure which would also change standards for gun licenses and outlaw large capacity magazines.
are you fucking kidding me?
8:01 pm • 18 January 2013 • 14 notes
Gunblr, should I buy an SKS for $400?
yes, that’s a good price for panic times and if the AWB passes you won’t be able to legally buy them anymore.
And the biggest reason to buy it, is because SKSs are the fucking bees knees.
7:11 pm • 16 January 2013 • 4 notes
Yet it’s the person who HAS the firearm that is a threat to society.
Yep anti-gun people are really sane huh?
10:54 pm • 11 January 2013 • 266 notes
Rather odd picture. It shows a soldier with the Korean Daewoo K1 but with a much shorter barrel and side-folding skeleton stock. Only a handful of nations adopted the two Korean firearms in limited service. Most K1’s have a collapsible wire type stock that slides along the side of the receiver, much like the HK collapsible stock. Interestingly the K1 is more akin to the AR-15 because it uses direct gas impingement, standard AR mags and 5.56x45mm. The K2 rifle dumps the direct gas impingement in favor of a piston.
Not gonna lie, I really want a deawoo.
3:56 pm • 6 January 2013 • 18 notes
Santa Barbara FR–8 scout carbine…
omg…waaant….it’s so pretty.
6:08 pm • 27 December 2012 • 16 notes
Man I love anti-gun posters that fail horrible.
This is one of them because liberty does need a gun.
2:01 am • 18 December 2012 • 24 notes
Are there any good websites where I can purchase fairly priced firearms?
There are tons, but you have to ship the firearm to an Federal Firearms Licensee.
Cheaper Than Dirt
3:02 pm • 25 November 2012 • 8 notes
M1A with Martian Rock (by MikeFett)
I have never seen such a short magazine on an M1A/M14.
1:51 am • 19 November 2012 • 90 notes
WWII Volkspistole, an unusual weapon designed as part a futile last-ditch attempt to arm the German civilian population as a defensive force. One of the first to employ the gas operated delayed blowback operating system now used on the Heckler & Koch P7.
I think the barrel sleeve is on backwards. It should not protrude past the end of the slide.
9:46 pm • 14 November 2012 • 18 notes
AK with Red Dot
The funny thing about this set up is the red dot is obstructed by the HK style rear sight and I bet the top of the right dot is ubstructing the iron sights lol
9:19 pm • 2 November 2012 • 54 notes