gunerd

some idiot gunhaver
fmj556x45:

In the future we won’t use hand guards on our ar15’s

If I don’t get hand guards I’m electing to self-terminate on the premises.

fmj556x45:

In the future we won’t use hand guards on our ar15’s

If I don’t get hand guards I’m electing to self-terminate on the premises.

gunrunnerhell:

RPK-74M

Long delayed post of my RPK-74M build. Started off as an unissued parts kit which I sent off to be assembled. It is not in the standard configuration of a normal RPK-74M. 

Don’t mind the Magpul AFG; got it today for my Shrike just to see how it feels. Figured I’d see how it fits onto the railed Vepr 12 handguard. I’ll do a proper post on the build details and parts soon. (GRH)

This is absolutely beautiful. I don’t know how long you’ve had it finished before, but I remember you posting about wanting to get it done, so congrats!

paradiseprogram:

chanelofhouston:

imsoshive:

lmaoooooo

😂😂

I got 99 problems and trigger discipline is a pretty big one 

(Source: madeupmonkeyshit)

fmj556x45:

Special Forces Commemorative Ingram M10A1 .45ACP caliber pistol. Issued by American Historical Foundation, with high polish blue and gold decorations. 

(via chead)

Guns are extremely serious business.

Guns are extremely serious business.

gas-brass-and-ass:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

gunerd:

I guess this is how you troll a government agency.

I love Sig for these “fuck you ATF” products.

God there’s so much I love about this. First, it limits your actual barrel down to SBR status, but it’s not usable as an SBR due to the length (if you pin it). But the ATF still has a problem with this muzzle devise that doesn’t shorten the barrel, takes away usable barrel length, and I honestly can’t see how it would suppress anything. But nope, ATF still says no to this comically useless muzzle devise that obeys the NFA laws. 10/10 Sig.
If this thing does in fact have some practical use, I’d love to know.

It would take about .001 seconds for someone to make a tube that slips over the baffles and interfaces with the threads on the front of the “brake”.

gas-brass-and-ass:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

gunerd:

I guess this is how you troll a government agency.

I love Sig for these “fuck you ATF” products.

God there’s so much I love about this. First, it limits your actual barrel down to SBR status, but it’s not usable as an SBR due to the length (if you pin it). But the ATF still has a problem with this muzzle devise that doesn’t shorten the barrel, takes away usable barrel length, and I honestly can’t see how it would suppress anything. But nope, ATF still says no to this comically useless muzzle devise that obeys the NFA laws. 10/10 Sig.

If this thing does in fact have some practical use, I’d love to know.

It would take about .001 seconds for someone to make a tube that slips over the baffles and interfaces with the threads on the front of the “brake”.

(Source: thefirearmblog.com)