Anonymous said: How come countries that have banned guns have had huge success?
How come countries like Switzerland which allow their citizens to own guns have had huge success as well?
"Huge success," as in "higher violent crime?" Because yeah. Lower GUN crime, but higher violent crime per capita.
if you’re going to keep your gun forever, by all means paint it any way you like. it’s your gun. go wild. paint it purple for all i care.
but if you plan on selling your gun, don’t expect people to want to buy it at market value after your shit paint job. i can’t tell you how many CETMEs i’ve seen spray painted and being sold for $1000+.
My freedom boner is so hard i could fight insurgents with it..
people still believe an AR15 needs to be swimming in lubrication for it to work; clearly have not read about Filthy 14.
Neat, I didn’t know about that.
MP5K, a machine pistol produced in 1976. ”Designed at the request of HK South American sales rep, who saw a market for dignitary protection and increased firepower in a small package.” It comes with its own leather “briefcase” carry-case that allows for fast, machine-gun-kelly-style blasts from within the bag.
This is so ostentatious it actually got my wife to stop mid-sentence when I scrolled past it.
If you’re there, look for Booker DeWitt walking around with a female-Ash Williams (Evil Dead, not Mass Effect) and you’ve found me.
Anonymous said: How does Kriss's recoil reduction system work?
When the weapon fires. there is a force that pushes backwards in line with the bore. Normally this force would cause the weapon to “kick” which usually causes the muzzle to rise and to move off target. In the Kriss the bolt moves on a cam that moves a counterweight downward, redirecting the recoil force in a way that attempts to counteract the normal rearward kick and muzzle rise.
Statistically speaking if your family contains more than 3 adults there is a high likelihood you are related to someone who owns a gun because roughly 33% of Americans are firearms owners.
If we were talking about a country like Switzerland that likelihood would be even high…
I will own a gun, soon.*
Nearly everyone on my father’s side owns/owned guns. My mom’s side of the family, not so much.
Several of my friends own guns, though I might from time to time question their preferences.**
* open to suggestions for small caliber DPRKalifornia-compliant pistol for big hands.
** who am I kidding the PSL is dope
Goddamn right it is.
Also reblogging to see if any of my followers have pistol recommendations.