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Custom single-shot design That Guy 16/01/25(Mon)15:04 No. 15232 [Reply]
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Do we have any long-range enthusiasts here? I've looked into single-shot .50 BMG:s, and concluded most of them suck some major balls (from an engineering standpoint).

If they bother with a bullpup design, they use a full-length traditional bolt and end up with 2 pounds and 10 inches in "dead weight" anyways.

So, having dabbled in CNC machining, I said "fuck it" and decided to start designing my own. It's basically a scales-down PAK-38 design, with a sliding breech.

How does this compare accuracy-wise to traditional locking-lugs? I know there are some sliding breech safari-guns, but I don't have any data on accuracy. 1 MOA is my goal. Pic very related.


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y tho? 17/09/11(Mon)14:18 No. 15386

looks good person from the distant past




Innawoods thread Sarah Palin 17/04/14(Fri)14:24 No. 15371 [Reply]
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Innawoods thread? Innawoods thread.


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Sarah Palin 17/04/14(Fri)19:27 No. 15372

youre carrying too much weight


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paranomalous 17/06/16(Fri)13:08 No. 15380
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paranomalous 17/06/16(Fri)13:09 No. 15381
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Alternative weaponry? Sarah Palin 14/07/23(Wed)08:29 No. 14988 [Reply]
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I suddenly had the urge to think about alternative /w/eaponry.

Thinks like the tool on the left can be adapted into weapons. So, this thread will be all about the use of everyday items as weapons (I feel like an advertisement for some reason).

So, lets start taking about /w/eapons. In what ways could we adapt things like this needle scaler, or, say, a light bulb, into effective weapons?


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Sarah Palin 17/03/08(Wed)03:19 No. 15367

I plan on putting a rail on my Milwaukee 18v Fuel Sawzall, sliding a laser sight on it. No function at all, but if someone breaks in and someone walks out smiling with a power saw's laser sight trained on them, the robber may reconsider messing with that person. You don't fuck with crazies.


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AnonymousPastell 17/04/09(Sun)01:51 No. 15370

I managed to impale someone with a sprinkler pike. In a videogame.


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Sarah Palin 17/05/16(Tue)01:10 No. 15374

>Put styrofoam into some gasoline
>put napalm into super soaker
>duck tape a lighter to the end
Ur welcome OP




How to Disable an MRAP for Less than $50 Sarah Palin 16/05/26(Thu)22:34 No. 15290 [Reply]
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Most Americans are familiar with the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle because their local police department obtained one to look cool. Due to familiarity, this will be the vehicle used as an example. The same tactics will work against almost all other armored vehicles.

The parameters for this article are simple: The reader does not possess a great deal of tactical experience and has no access to firearms, high explosives, homemade explosives, or chemical weapons.

Prior to engaging an armored vehicle, it is important to understand what exactly you are dealing with, once the intimidation factor is stripped away. Read on...


http://pastebin.com/pXQ8UcQn


Source: Originally seen on TFC and then other sites like The Antimedia, AnonNews, the anarchistcookbook and a bunch of other little obscure news outlets and forums.

Most of this should work on most other light armored vehicles (LAVs) such as the BearCat truck and anything similar.


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Sarah Palin 16/06/22(Wed)09:55 No. 15311

A large plastic bottle filled with liquid paint, and a chunk of dry ice dropped in a moment before tossing it at the vehicle. Cameras and windows will be coated with paint, rendering the vehicle undrivable.


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Sarah Palin 16/07/09(Sat)11:09 No. 15314
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Try these E.f.p's on those silly mrap vehicles. They ruin military armored vehicles and will work on pigs rides too.


Pic related


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Sarah Palin 17/03/27(Mon)10:39 No. 15368

>>15297
This makes no sense. Also, where are you getting your information? None of what you said is true. An mrap, like most other military vehicles, does not have a key like a car does. "Civilianized" mraps and bearcats might but police and military vehicles usually don't. An mrap is no exception. You're trying to act like you're using some good critical thinking skills but really you're just talking like a retard. Also, no, that's not the point. At all. You have no point and that's why your posts are anti-logic and come off as bullshit.

Stop acting like you get it. You don't get anything. You're a dumb fuck.




/w/ , SELF DEFENSE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA , ! Sarah Palin 17/01/31(Tue)03:41 No. 15360 [Reply]
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/w/ , THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS IS REAL , !


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Sarah Palin 17/02/26(Sun)02:42 No. 15365

Palin!




Sarah Palin 16/10/07(Fri)13:29 No. 15338 [Reply]
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Hello, /k/.

I'm in the process of building myself a cabin innawoods, and setting up a reasonably sustainable living space for myself. Right now, I still have a regular apartment and job, but I intend to eventually go full hermit in my cabin and avoid heading into town if at all possible.

What I need are incredibly durable and easy to strip/troubleshoot firearms. I don't care how pretty they are, and I'm willing to trade 'comfort' for 'indestructible'.

Effectively, I want some guns that I can bring with me in the woods and that will easily last 10-15 years if need be without me heading into town (obviously with proper maintenance).

I'm not really interested in bringing more than 3 or 4 guns with me either, ideally

- a pistol/revolver
- a shotgun
- a hunting rifle
- a semi-auto rifle

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Sarah Palin 17/01/23(Mon)01:54 No. 15359

>>15355
Kinda building on the last comment.

Any AR platform gun will do well for you as just a semi-auto. You can get them in the standard 5.56, .300 blackout, .762x39(AK47 round) and even bigger cartridges. The last two are good for hunting game larger than varmint, but a 5.56 is good for varmint and things like coyotes.

Going off the semi-auto and into the hunting rifle area, an M1A (Mil designation M14) can be a pretty good hunting rifle though a touch expensive.

I don't know much about shotguns/pistols. But as far as shotguns go, a 12 gauge will do just about everything you need. Simplistic side, a breach loading double barrel/over-under should be the simplest compared to the pumps or semi-auto shotguns.

If you're talking cheap ammo, a .22LR rifle might be good to get at small varmint like squirrels and rabbits.

If you want to get really sustainable, you might want to spring for a crossbow or a bow (assuming good upper body strength).

For all these things you're probably going to have to head into town though, for the bullets and cleaning material for the weapons (I guess that depends on how often you're using them).


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Sarah Palin 17/01/31(Tue)06:48 No. 15361

>>15359
An M1A is way too heavy for hunting. The typical hunting gun is for walking far and shooting only a few times. A better option can be had in a Savage bolt gun. Double barrel shotgun are more complex than they seem and most of them suck unless you shell out a lot for them. For innawoods purposes a pump gun is better.


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Sarah Palin 17/02/15(Wed)06:50 No. 15364

>>15355
.357 magnum would be a good idea for a lever action henry and a wheel gun. can take durr, and useful for self defense against small to mid size predators (cougars, wolves, coyotes, panthers, maybe small black bears.)

Op.
do not, I repeat do not even consider this as a viable self defense calibe against brown bears/grizzlies.
"b, b, but, shot placement."
yeah, you go with that. there's a good damn reason people in alsaka carry big bore hand cannons for anti-bear defense. grizzlies are fucking tanks.




Can a tank have wheels? Sarah Palin 17/02/09(Thu)07:44 No. 15363 [Reply]
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I'm arguing with my friend whether a tank can have wheels or not and what makes a tank a tank.

He's saying in order for a tank to be a tank it has to have a tracked chassis as the main determining factor.

I say it just determines on what its role is. As in a bulky armored vehicle.

I suppose this also goes into the argument of what differentiates a tank from an APC.

Also if a tank is simply determined by treads what about future prototype tanks that only have legs?

Tanks clearly can have more than just treads in my opinion but I suppose i'll let you guys argue about it.

http://www.strawpoll.me/12300143/ (embed)

Here's the strawpoll.
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Favorite Rail Systems? Sarah Palin 14/05/09(Fri)18:35 No. 14960 [Reply]
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It would be cool to see what everyone thinks. Personally, I love the DD Mk18 licensed rails, but some may think they are fairly boring.

Pic Related


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Sarah Palin 14/08/30(Sat)15:03 No. 15023

>>15021
Use blanks.


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Sarah Palin 14/09/01(Mon)07:18 No. 15024

>>15023
Yeah, I was thinking some 5.56 or .223 varmint rounds or something, but that too.


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Sarah Palin 16/12/13(Tue)20:13 No. 15356

>>15021
5.56 is the best round for home defense especially if you use xm193 ball rounds. A miss from a shotgun or pistol will go all the way through your house. A miss from a green tip stops at the first piece of hard wood.




3D Printable Weapons Sarah Palin 13/02/22(Fri)05:19 No. 14567 [Reply]
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Anyone hear of the wiki weapon project? It's basically a project where people are developing CAD files of gun parts and magazines for 3d printers and plan to distribute them for free online under an open source platform.

http://defcad.org/ar-15-magazine-30-round-mag/


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Sarah Palin 13/07/18(Thu)18:01 No. 14767

It's been taken down by the government. Why have I not heard about this, it's the government making guns less accessible. </political tangent> Anyways, does anyone have a torrent or download link of their files?


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tracher999 14/03/15(Sat)19:49 No. 14921

https://defcad.com/ its still online here


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Sarah Palin 16/10/24(Mon)19:08 No. 15350

https://www.patreon.com/jontheinventor




wikiweapon request (bring the cads u have) anonimo 15/01/23(Fri)22:17 No. 15113 [Reply]
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does somebody have toose cads?


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Sarah Palin 16/10/24(Mon)19:07 No. 15349

https://www.patreon.com/jontheinventor




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