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Welcome to /k/, 22chan's weapons board. Our board centers around weapons, armor, and other myriad military technology. While guns are the primary topic, threads involving any other sort of weapons, from swords and knives to tanks and jet fighters, come up frequently as well.

Before posting a thread, please check our catalog to ensure that a thread about the same topic does not already exist.

Discussions about politics or current events belong on /pol/.

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All hail the /k/ube.
Praise and honor be upon the one who bears arms in the name of the /k/ube, the One and the people.
I, as the first, declare this place as a place of holiness.
I, bishop lolicatgirl "the mania/k/", declare this place as a place that believes in John Browning and his great works.
I, as the last, declare this place as a place to revere all martyrs like Wilhelm and Paul Mauser brothers, Schmeisser, Vollmer, Stoner, Mosin and everyone else, who has contributed to the way of the gun.
Saluto nex alea. Ave nex alea.



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 No.161[Reply][D]

thoughts on blowguns? i use them for getting rid of iguanas without people freaking out sometimes

 No.163[D][DF]

that's pretty based but I'm more of a slingshot guy, myself

 No.166[D][DF]

>>161
airguns are probably much more superior to blowguns, so id recommend that

 No.167[D][DF]

>>161
It's Nerf or Nothin'



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 No.164[Reply][D]

Is this rifle any good? I've heard many sources that say so, especially for its price, but I'd like to hear from a source that wasn't potentially bought before I make my decision.

 No.165[D][DF]

Unless you are very skilled it wont mean any difference from the cheaper American or savage axis



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 No.44[Reply][D]

What guns are visually appealing to you, disregarding it’s performance and practicality to a degree?

I think the Beretta 93R looks cool. Maybe because of the front grip, but I don’t really know.
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>>45
Same, but for me it's Colt M1911.

 No.162[D][DF]

>>46
i love mausers and lugers
i wish i could get one in shooting condition but way out of my budget

 No.168[D][DF]

>>162
I don't know jack schitt or his family tree about gun restoration, but how much would it cost to buy in need of some repair, then restore it yourself? Would you be willing to put that much time into the gun?



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 No.113[Reply][D]

Post pics,webms and other things concerning warfare
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 No.124[Reply][D]

Putting the lel in muzzLELoader.
So I plan to get a muzzleloading gun, so far my options are rather limited due to their relative scarcity here [spoiler]and due to me being a poorfag.[/spoiler]
I generally don't know why exactly I want to get one, I guess it's the case of "just because I can." What I need help with is picking from the possible choices, by looking also through the whole pros and cons comparison deal.
I will also post my "revelations" on what I learn about each possible model, which could serve as an improvised handbook for anyone else who wishes to get into this hobby.
And to make it more than just a "yo guyse whiche gunne is cooooler?!?" thread -
Muzzleloading stuff general: post about anything from the dawn of gunpowder to modern day inlines.
Perhaps you've got chinese 14th century bombard making tutorials that you wish to share but never had a chance to, so you can also use this thread for that.
I will slowly start eventually, not necessarily today, with posting about the basics of muzzleloading and then starting with the individual models. I hope you'll find something of interest here, anons.
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 No.151[D][DF]

>>150
kek, please keep us updated anon, interested in getting a blunderbuss

 No.154[D][DF]

righty-o im back, I tried a little bit of gunpowder (20 grams=~300 grains, which is about as much that's need for 6 .58cal musket shots) on new years eve. I rolled it up in foil and attached a sparkler as the fuse. I added a bit of some bright burning powder I got from disassembling birthday cake candles and wrapped it all with tape.
i unfortunately dont have any footage, but instead of blowing up it melted the aluminum foil and the tape, and made a pretty large incredibly bright fire. was pretty to be honest.
>>151
>interested in getting a blunderbuss
heck yeah pardner, i'll make an elaborate post in the coming days about blunderbusses especially if yer buying a repro

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>>151
>>154
Alright im back with a new track
>buying blunderbusses 101
First thing's first, pretty much all black powder blunderbusses on the market are made in india, you may be able to find 1 or 2 made by Pedersoli in Italy, but they are rare and expensive and mostly meant for shooting blank salutes.
Indian black powder guns in general work alright, some people refer to them as "99% kits" meaning that you may have to switch out a spring or a different part to make it fully functional. Some people claim they are unsafe, but I've been able to find only a single report of an indian-made musket blowing up and it was due to user error, by using around 3-5 times more powder than the maximum allowed load and I read the 3 different researches on the specific case and all of them noted a very weird pattern regarding the powder residues, so who knows, maybe not pure black powder was used.
More about the quality of em, they are made alright, but it's made in india, so don't expect too much, outside will be more or less good but once you unscew the lockplate you'll see how unfinished it looks on the inside, dont expect "luxury".
tl;dr indian blunderbusses work good and are safe, just look out if they are in functional order off-the-shelf so it's best to buy them when you can actually hold them in your hands and see it live.
I have bought an Italian made rifled musket since I started this thread and I will post pics at some point. The bore had some surface rust but a little bit of WD-40 fixed it up.
Anyhow, I hope ya will enjoy entering the world of black powder shootin' fella!



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I want you guys to make the most fucking magical gun you guys can make from this website it allows you to make some true monstrosities here is what i made.
the description of the image is what it is
a side mag fed revolver with a desert eagle slide in a magnum body with a grenade launcher and stock attached
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im not sure what this is

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I'd actually buy a thing like this

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>>141
she's seen better days but im damn sure she'll be runnin fine



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 No.54[Reply][D]

What does /k/ think about 3D printed weapons like guns knives or whatever else? Whats the best plastic or printer you should use? Is it legal? Know any good weapons? Lets talk about it!
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 No.83[D][DF]

>>54
>Is it legal?
Depends on where you live. If it's a 3D printed muzzleloader then you should be just fine under any jurisdiction. I haven't seen any actually made, but here's a cool shotgun instead https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcNhas3See4

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>>58
don't forget about ABS+



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>Goes to find a image for this thread.
>finds the most dramatic image ever
>literally titled "why being a prepper can save the world"
kek
Only thread rule is that to remember "Practical, not tacticool" (unless its absoluely nessary of course) also you can dump links, infograpics, and whatever, as long as its related. or funny, or just useful.
last thread got forgotten and archived the second it was posted in /b/, so /k/ is honestly the perfect home for this type of thing.
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 No.98[D][DF]

>>95
>>96
YES BASED 22CHAN TOWN
>>91
does anyone know a good-sized travel backpack, for like innawoods type of stuff?

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 No.121[Reply][D]

Are you afraid that with time as technologies progresses it will become easier for anyone to have more and more powerful weapons posing a risk to society?
Compared to the past, now it's not that difficult for someone to produce bombs in their own home. It seems like in the future an individual's possibility to acquire powerful weapons will only increase, and perhaps in 50 or 100 years a random person will be able to 3D print a tank or deadly military AI-driven drones (or whatever. It's just an example)
Then that becomes reality, all it takes is a few madman to cause considerable chaos, and considering the current direction of a world there will be enough of them. Also you should take in consideration that destroying is becoming easier and easier than protecting, look at atom bombs.
So, what do you think? Will this be a serious concern, or will there be efficient enough regulations and restrictions? But if so, at what cost?

 No.122[D][DF]

>>121
There's already large amount of restrictions, I'd imagine that this list will only become bigger and people will be controlled even more.
Regarding 3d printing maybe the govt. will monitor whats being printed by limiting 3d printers themselves. Does that also mean restrictions on regular CNC stuff? At this point, I don't know. Many governments do everything they can to push people back into the stone age regarding armament. Unitary cartridges are being banned, same goes for crossbows and swords (especially in the Unoited Kangdom).
Although there will always be someone who will make something that goes "boom" without any schmancy fancy equipment, despite any laws that say "pls dont do that".



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 No.23[Reply][D]

post all things /ak/:
anime
pics
opinions
etc
So, has anyone got any good recommendations to watch? I just finished GuP. Also, i'd be really interested in reading some old manga about guns, but most that i've found have terrible engrish translations.
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 No.106[D][DF]

>>23
nice armpits desu

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 No.67[Reply][D]

If you were an assassin, ignoring casing cleanup and having a "movie/video game rule", what would your general weapon load out be?

>pistol Ruger Mark IV Hunter

>sub MP5SD
>backup SA Vz 61 Skorpion
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 No.108[D][DF]

all you need to do in this situation lets say i have 7 arrows

shoot a couple of niggers with my crossbow stab some more important niggers with my stick and snipe the leader body guards (just cause) with my pebbles and give the lead nigger a piece of my crossbow

 No.109[D][DF]

>>108
You probably think it's cool how after every shot you have to put your weapon on the ground and stomp on it.

 No.112[D][DF]

>>67
>my left hand called Des
>my right hand called Troy
>a cigarette



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 No.103[Reply][D]

Everyone man, women and child deserves to own one of these.
Here's a link to a guy with a 2-gauge PUNT gun.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzwbcVbE9rw

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>>103
why get a simple punt gun when you could get a double barreled one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYlDgwo52tI



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 No.20[Reply][D]

Can you recommend a good place to learn about weapons, nothing fancy just a general idea how they work, how they are cleaned and when to use the different types, you know stuff that might come in handy.
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 No.22[D][DF]

>>21
Holy shit anon, that's some high quality reply
Thanks for the help I will be sure to make the most of it.

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>>21
Will we ever be able to recreate the murdercube and restore /k/ to its former glory?

 No.66[D][DF]

>>62
i hope so



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 No.41[Reply][D]

Is it just finicky with ammunition? Other rifles with LDB(B?)

 No.42[D][DF]

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>>41
Pretty much all delayed blowback mechanisms require some sort of lubrication for cartridges, since, at the time of their extraction, the cases tend to be pulled out of the chamber while the gas pressure is still relatively high.
A notable lever-delayed blowback rifle would be (unironically) the famas, which also tends to foul up terribly.



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