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gunrunnerhell:

Dissipator

I’ve been thinking of doing a cheaper AR-15 build next although my plan was to start the Beowulf. A Dissipator like the one in the photos is kind of what I’m aiming for; something cheap (in a good way) that I can use and abuse more so than the Shrike. Not every AR has to be decked with the newest accessories and gear; plain and simple can work just as well. (GRH)

This is a good gun, this is a good plan.

missiontrails:

What in the hell… I just picked up my [Ruger SR-762], it’s a very high serial number… look at the receiver extension and castle nut… for a rifle that carries a $2195 MSRP?!?!

missiontrails:

I called Ruger, they confirmed the use of that tube. Replaced it with a VLTOR A5, awesome… I just sold this rifle to free up money for SSE’s… but I will buy another.

I guess Ruger is using UTG tubes on their SR-762? Gross.

bureaubaggins:

dignified-and-old:

baruchobramowitz:

Behold the most disgustingly aggressive display of Americanness

I’m just picturing some dude sitting at the dinner table, his assault rifles propped up in the other chairs
"Can you pass the salad, Mom?" he asks the AK-47, but she doesn’t pass the salad
She never passes the salad

"Hey Mom, can you pass the salad?"




"You always do this to me, Mom."

bureaubaggins:

dignified-and-old:

baruchobramowitz:

Behold the most disgustingly aggressive display of Americanness

I’m just picturing some dude sitting at the dinner table, his assault rifles propped up in the other chairs

"Can you pass the salad, Mom?" he asks the AK-47, but she doesn’t pass the salad

She never passes the salad

"Hey Mom, can you pass the salad?"

"You always do this to me, Mom."

(via benfoldsone)

operatorsgonnaoperate:

The Hungarian Army’s new AK.

The AK63MF, a modern take on their traditional AK63. In it’s configuration, they feature an Aimpoint CCO with a x3 magnification “flip-on” optic, MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail, an adjustable “M4 style” stock and a AG36.

Notice the modified fire selector switch on the left hand side of the rifle, very much like the AR-15. Nevertheless, it is unexplained why it is not standard issue. But it might be somewhat related to the fact that the modernization of these rifles was encouraged by NATO, especially American military advisers. And pay no attention to the guy wearing two pistol belts for whatever reason.

Jeez, Hungy. You couldn’t get low mounts for those Aimpoints?

This is one reason I don’t shoot at ASC: Airsofters shooting from their holster and using their fucking flashlights on the line. What a goddamn nightmare.

Dude said “bust’em” unironically.

Anonymous asked: What's with you and Rhodesians?

operatorsgonnaoperate:

Anyone who fights against communists in their back yard, even when their parent country doesn’t approve and the US news media paints them as racists deserves an applaud. . Added to the fact that they only received 18 casualties during the whole war while retaining over 15,000 confirmed kills, they are the host to the most badass military in modern history. I try to post as much as I can on Rhodesia because of this.

1) Communism rules
2) Rhodies are demonstrably racist, imperial trash

Matech 200-600 meter back-up iron sight
I think these are a cool piece of engineering, but they are perhaps overly mechanically complex. I’ve also heard people complain they’ve had the notch that holds the sight post in the down position wear or break off so that it can’t be locked. The ranging nob is also fairly wide compared to other back-up sights, but I think the positive clicks of the mechanism are really nice.
Why did I buy this anachronistic piece of hardware with marginal ergonomics? Because it’s cool.

Matech 200-600 meter back-up iron sight

I think these are a cool piece of engineering, but they are perhaps overly mechanically complex. I’ve also heard people complain they’ve had the notch that holds the sight post in the down position wear or break off so that it can’t be locked. The ranging nob is also fairly wide compared to other back-up sights, but I think the positive clicks of the mechanism are really nice.

Why did I buy this anachronistic piece of hardware with marginal ergonomics? Because it’s cool.