A tale of the murder /k/ube
Hit 1022 followers, so here’s a tac’d out 10/22. Enjoy.
Is that a VZ-52 with an AK underfolding stock, pistol grip and chambered in 5.56?
Edit: a google reverse image search yields the following.
My custom VZ-52 I shortened to paratrooper length with custom folding stock . It uses an AR magazine and it shoots .223, has a switchblade push button bayonet. The barrel was turned from a rifled blank and the three-stage muzzle brake is of My own design as with the folding stock and its mounting hardware. She was over three months in the making.It is semi-automatic.
All parts were antiqued to match the original 1953 reciever and heat-shield. She is My favorite of all My custom paratrooper rifles.
This is the original rifle.
I want it.
Neat. I’m impressed, it came out looking good. I wonder how it shoots.
Well, well, well! Chicago politicians try so hard to keep their crime rates up, but the Constitution keeps getting in the way. After winning some key court battles, the newly armed citizens of Chicago have driven the violent city’s crime rate down dramatically.
from Washington Times:
I always come back to the Garand. I mean a gun designed by a French Canadian immigrant for the sole thats main purpose was to remove socialism. That is pretty American.
1911? Or anything by JMB, for that matter. Or the Thompson? Or the AR (or one of Stoner’s other platforms)? They’re all as American as hot dogs, football and apple pie.
I’d say 1911 or Colt Single-Action Army.
A Broken Dream not breaking me down Over a year ago, I moved states to follow my dream. My dream did not go as expected and within only a few months, I was out of the classroom. I cannot say what happened yet for legal reasons but I can say there are two sides to every story and my side has not…
Just giving this a shot. TL;DR it’s been a heck of a whirlwind this last year and with me possibly not getting unemployment, I may need help.
Normally I don’t promote anything on this blog, but she’s a good friend in a bad spot. Please help if you can.
Good news: interview for a federal guard position went swimmingly today!
Bad news: it’s gonna take a while to get all the required permits/certifications/etc before I can even start the 3 background checks to finally get the ball rolling.
Ugly news: the company-issued sidearm is Glock 17.
It’s not so bad.
Just drink the Glock-aid and join us.