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There's no discharge in the war!

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a83a06 No.497203[Reply]

Ron DeSantis (Florida 6) and Marco Rubio (Florida) are now considering legislation to repeal the NFA. Now we need to push this. It's much easier to get politicians on board with other people's legislation than to start new stuff, and other supporters will push the two of them towards introducing it.

Call the offices of your Congressman and Senators. Tell them you want them to co-sponsor this legislation (also Hearing Protection Act/House bill 367/Senate bill 59 and Concealed Carry Reciprocity/House bill 38). Calling is good because they have to spend staff time listening to you, and staff time is (very) limited. Better yet, visit your local office if it is local enough (you may need an appointment, call first). Email is lowest tier (but better than nothing) because it can be sorted by computers, who effectively have no limit, and minimize human eye time.

>I don't know my Congressman

http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/

>I live in Florida('s 6th district)

Even better! Tell them you want it.

The hardest part has been done for you, so call and we can unleash the power of BURNING AMERICAN FREEDOM!

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f6fc9a No.523560

So it turns out that i live in the 30th Congressional district of Commiefornia and Brad Sherman is my representative. I know I'm screwed, but how screwed am I on a scale of 1 to 10?




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b451df No.475472[Reply]

MOD EDIT: See >>483058 & >>483033

OK /k/. Went to my congressman's town hall to ask about his progress on National Firearms Act repeal>>475198 (new topic because the topic change is pretty major and this really deserves an OP)Did not get to ask my question, the Future Fascists were out in full force and slowed everything down and stopped him from getting though enough questions. Was a fun bit though where one of them accused him of sending soldiers to die in Iraq for oil and using the front row of veterans as "props". 1 minute on Wikipedia will tell you the Congressman wasn't elected till 2013 and is an Iraq war veteran himself. He went ballistic. There was a camera on tripod recording the Congressman and plenty of individual recorders, so I expect video of it soon. I did get to talk with his District Director again afterwards though. He said he was still working with the legislative team on my request (expected), but he also said something I didn't expect: He was trying to find some time to schedule me to talk one on one with the congressman in mid-April.This is still tentative, but it's clear I should do research for more supporting arguments. Planning to call Gun Owners of America (I'm a member) on Monday to see if they have any resources or recommendations. (I'll attach the notes I already sent in another post)Anyone have a list of FFLs and manufacturers in Florida? Been looking to find something like that. "Jobs" is the best word to use when dealing with politicians.

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633cd6 No.519653

>trusting american electoral politics

I got some news for you Annon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tu32CCA_Ig&t




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Welcome to /k/

If you're looking for gun history, terms, the basics to gun laws, or what gun you should buy next, go here: http://amagicalplace.wikia.com/wiki/Sticky#

Other board of interest:

>>>/wrol/

Rules: http://oxwugzccvk3dk6tj.onion/k/rules.html

Check the sticky before posting.

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6145ba No.520566

>>520173

I wouldn't be surprised if most of the "posters" here are bots like /leftypol/ at this point. This is what happens when losers take the BO positions.




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d6c5be No.523797[Reply]

/k/ is invited to watch movies with us. Bring on your big guns, we're hunting alimony witches.



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8da491 No.523163[Reply]

Why does the burger military think a 5.56 shot out of a 14.5' barrel is enough for their main infantry rifle? Why haven't they taken the bullpup pill yet?

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0a3d17 No.523761

>>523748

>and now with carbon fiber and plastic you can hit 4 pounds

Enjoy your floating zero and self-destruction at the thousand round mark.


2c896c No.523767

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>Fudds still winning with .270


518c17 No.523784

>>523728

>>523733

>bull pups are always 2 to 4 pounds heavier

When the FAMAS came out it was the lightest service rifle in use by NATO… Same with the AUG.

More compact design = less material = less weight.


e4f33c No.523786

>>523784

The actual inherent downsides to bullpup:

1. In case of catastrophic failure, reaction chamber is closer to neck arteries.

2. Swapping mags while keeping rifle on point is difficult.

Everything else is a fake concern "folding stock" and optics/cheek weld complaints or something that can be fixed with better materials or attention to engineering mushy trigger, ejection so it's not an inherent design flaw.


a7b7f4 No.523796

>>523748

>that shit still 7.5 pounds for a 5.56 rifle

And the non-bullpup option is even heavier, I don't see what your point is.

It's probably heavier than the M4 simply by having a longer barrel, having a hand guard with rail sections/M-lok already on it instead of the thin simple hand guard of an M4 and while it uses a lot of polymer, I think the upper is steel, not aluminium. Doesn't really have anything to do with it being a bullpup.

>>523786

Eh, I'd replace point 2 with "muh trigger", while you can engineer a good bullpup trigger (M17s for example), it's still harder to get a better bullpup trigger than a standard rifle trigger, and it always will be as long as we have mechanical triggers, electronic ones would solve that, but currently, if you were to design a trigger, it would be easier to design a better trigger for a non-bullpup.

And swapping mags is a video game balancing meme, it's just that people aren't used to it, the only downside that I see with it is that the magwell is out of your peripheral vision, so you can't see where you're inserting the mag, but muscle memory can fix that and it's only an issue during the day anyway, at night everyone has that issue.




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c9c047 No.522803[Reply]

Watch this video first, an average /k/ommando can't even carry half of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKH_M2nPBKE

Why do the troops nowadays carry so much gear and is it really necessary? Especially in counter insurgent warfare where mobility is key.

Imagine yourself in an ambush and all hell breaks lose all around you. A whole bunch of gear on you will be the most frustrating thing at that moment. Not to mention that if a teammate stepped on an IED or something it takes triple the effort to drag his ass to CASEVAC and throw him on the stretcher. Imagine the hassle of removing and lifting the heavy gear piece by piece to patch up his wounds.

>ib4 death rates

If we treat soldiers as more expendable then each of their deaths won't be as impactful as the enemy always want them to be. Just like at the Battle of Mogadishu, somehow it was a US defeat even though they BTFOed up to a thousand Somalis and only lost a couple dozen.

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7352d0 No.523788

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>>523715

>dat cancerous pic

Maybe we are living in the WH40K universe after all.


7352d0 No.523789

>>523589

>>523691

If you are going to look back at armors of past empire's militaries, those same armoring concepts re-occur with different execution (and materials used) but the same expected outcome has been achieved nonetheless (which is protection of over 60-80% of the entire body).


7352d0 No.523790

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>>523642

>infiltrateadaptassimilate.jpeg

You could have stopped this had you ceased immigration…

Just my .020 centavos.


5d8373 No.523791

>>523789

> look back at armors of past empire's militaries

I'm not a historian, I'm a biologist. I just looked at areas of the body that need to be protected from six classes of threat:

1. Small, high energy shrapnel. Built in tourniquets. This type of shrapnel is killer and can't really be protected against except by range and cover. It's kind of like #5 but it's the equivalent of someone shooting an AP rifle at point blank range.

2. Large, high energy shrapnel. Hard armor protecting head, back, and heart area, built in tourniquets. If a soldier gets hit by such shrapnel they're mostly going to be out of the fight and minus a limb, so the maximum we can do is give medics a single piece of a human to work on.

3. Small, low energy shrapnel. Tightly woven, near rigid armor, inner leg, back, belly skirt, neck skirt. This is the majority of battlefield wounds due to fragmentation bombs, small bits of shrapnel sneaking past at extreme ranges where people think they're safe and don't take cover.

4. Large, low energy shrapnel. Corselette/waist cincher and helmet. Prevents head being bashed in, back broken, or kidneys/spleen crushed. These damages are most significant in urban or forest scenario, where an explosion sends about a thousand tree pieces or bricks flying around.

5. AP rifle ammo This is range dependent, essentially I'm hoping whoever is wearing my armor is smart enough to shoot at the enemy and keep them back a few hundred meters. In such a position only pauldrons, helmet, and gunshield should be exposed. Protecting stupid soldiers is cost-prohibitive.

6. Fire As much of body as possible covered with flame retardant body sock.


3bfdc7 No.523795

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every time




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ab58e4 No.517243[Reply]

Post some musi/k/

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68789b No.523729

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752f17 No.523740

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/k/ampfire songs


6af7a4 No.523793

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6af7a4 No.523794

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fuck off flood detection




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e419bf No.495837[Reply]

What is the best combat rifle and why is it the FAL?

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5daa8a No.523565

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>>523562

>>523511

Vidrelated would be one obvious source of that. It'd be interesting if any American anons ever get the chance to test one after the other, though I suspect the odds of having such an opportunity to be quite low.


7af404 No.523567

>>523511

>>523562

>>523565

Imperial or Metric FAL? :^)


4ea69f No.523569

>>523567

Imperial tbh, selector you can actually reach with your thumb and a charging handle that doesn't give you an Australian massage when slinged. The mags are also better made and have larger locking tabs while still being interchangeable with Europoor mags. The sights are a bit meh and accessories are harder to come by, but you shouldn't be putting shit on a FAL anyway.


4b58a5 No.523632

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>>514253

You are wrong.


31064a No.523792

The Kentucky Longrifle




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5fd4e4 No.519543[Reply]

What you thinks about the 3D printing weapons, is there future for those things?

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e72054 No.523766

>>523759

>How much more R&D would be needed before it can print wood and steel?

Already being done, however the wood 3D printers creates can best be described as "made of sawdust". All 3D printed material in fact has this problem of not coming out right, metal is much more expensive in terms of equipment if you don't want shit quality on top of it.

The real value for a 3D printer in your workshop is being able to breakdown materials then reconstruct them into different materials once it's both affordable and more feasible in having assured quality. I have some plans to try out purifying toxic sludge at some point.


dd3b18 No.523769

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f73a67 No.523775

>>523755

You'd need to use one of those paintball aircanisters. A little disposable one does not have the power.


50236d No.523776

A benchtop lathe is infinitely more useful, and as far as I'm aware also cheaper than current 3D printers.


c9d0d6 No.523787

>>519543

Not directly 3D printing weapons, but rather 3D printing tools designed to make the critical parts of specific firearms and then 3D printing the non-critical parts

You could make the Luty SMG better while being even simpler to manufacture if you incorporated 3D printed parts and designed it with the intention of being made using 3D printed jiggs.




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9d8837 No.509170[Reply]

ZOGs DON'T HAVE YOUR BEST INTEREST IN MIND

ONLY YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR SURVIVAL IN CHIMPOUTS, COUPS, WARS, OR MARKET CRASHES

IFF

>Flecktarn or modox gear

>Steel/Kevlar helmet with "/k/" on sides or front

>/k/ related patches on carriers, hats or velcro pauldrons (a la peace walker/mgs5)

>Visible 8 of diamonds or 4 of clubs

>Nationalist paraphernalia and flags

>Green, blue and/or purple tape/cloth around bicep

CHALLENGES

>Baneposting

>STALKER memes

>"What time/day is it?"

1488/Day of the Rope

>AmRRON SOI

amrron.com

COMMS

>Get a Baofeng Handheld Transceiver

High value radios with models to choose from (try to only use genuine units and accessories)

>License free band considerations:

"Lowest bandwidth and power settings possible"

No repeater use, antenna height and length restrictions

THESE FREQS ARE USEFUL, BUT SAVE ALL CHs IN BAND FOR FLEXIBILITY

>MURS Ch3 151.940Mhz

US, Good from rural to urbanized locales

>FRS Ch3 462.6125MHz

US, Better for cities with tall buildings

>FREENET VHF Ch3 149.050Mhz

EU, use sparingly before SHTF as only fully legal in Germany

>PMR446 Ch3 446.03125MHz

EU, Basically FRS for Eubros.

>CB Ch3 26.985Mhz

HF freq, almost guaranteed daytime long rPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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c7bb4f No.523762

>>523760

There's 3 of you faggots in AZ, more than enough to fuck up that whole pussy posse.


1e488b No.523765

>>523760

>Ukraine

That is a mixed bag of everything.

>syria

Who the fuck in their right mind would support kurds?

>>523762

One guy who knows how to use his sights is more than enough to take on those fucks.


23684a No.523777

>>511958

Unfortunately, there are no designated Airshit MPX's on the market, only airgun versions of the MPX has been produced.

The airgun version also only comes with a short magazine, so it is most likely a real MPX.


5bb346 No.523780

>>510835

> What crops to grow for a nutritionally adequate diet

I'm trying to get a solid fix on this. I'm trying to figure out what I need to grow for a complete diet (vitamins, minerals, and all) that grows well aeroponically. I'm trying to see how much I can miniaturize a growing operation. If I can get it small enough, I want to keep it indoors and use solar tubes to grow on a low profile and minimize power consumption.

Do you have any good resources for this? I've been figuring that I'd probably have to work bugs into my diet for animal nutrients, but beyond that, I'm having a hard time finding detailed nutrition information on most plants, and trying to check each plant I can think of is tedious.


21c5c1 No.523782

>>523760

>east euros

>muslims

>claiming theyre commies

That's like saying Americans who say they're from the south are slave owners.

The rebels in Ukraine or the Kurds have done absolutely nothing to earn the title of communist, aside from waving some flags. They haven't centralized economy, they haven't instituted a powerful state, haven't started purging bourgeois (which is the first fucking thing commies do)… who is the dictator of Ukrainian rebels? Some guy named Motorola? Don't be ridiculous.




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02b43c No.522543[Reply]

QTDDTOT, the thread for thing that probably shouldn't have their own thread. Old Thread here >>514498

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a71fcd No.523768

Why did Saudi Arabian government hire the private military to work for themninsyead of using their own military?


02b43c No.523771

>>523768

Uh, you understand the Saudi Army got BTFO so hard they resorted to mercenaries.


e8a817 No.523772

>>523768

saudis dont have army. they have a glorified caravan/palace guard.


51d2ad No.523774

Anyone have experience with International Military Antiques or Hessen Antiques? Wanting to pick up a Stahlhelm and IMA has Finnish contract sanitized originals. Are they good to deal with or should I get a repro? If so from who?

>>523768

Arabs are universally shit at warfare, and the Saudis.. well, have you ever had a friend that came into money unexpectedly and basically got enough to live comfortably the rest of his life but instead blows it all on useless shit in a year or less? That's Saudi Arabia, except the well (literally) hasn't dried up yet.


02b43c No.523781

>>523774

The finnish contract ones are a good deal considering they're properly hardened unlike most repros.




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b38279 No.523422[Reply]

Everything about her is perfect, she even has a long cephalic index.

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d6640d No.523758

>>523698

>and this is how statutory rape charges happen.


c9c512 No.523773

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e6bf30 No.523778

>>523721

Well if being white girl means to look like aborted pig fetus then I'm fine with eastern Europe girls.


c6cac0 No.523779

>legitimate discussion threads get screeched at and told to post in the QTDDOT general no matter how much discussion can be had on that topic

>this fucking cancer /tv/-tier waifufag thread that has nothing to do with weapons gets bumped

The absolute state of this fucking board.


a1afda No.523785

>>523779

The problem is that some discussion threads have a one word answer, which kind of makes no sense to start a thread for. Probably you just haven't introduced the topic in a way that would start a discussion.

>>523752

That's literally every girl with flat hair.

Why do you think they try to fluff up their hair and make it look "bigger"?

They all have secretly have small heda.




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591e8f No.523316[Reply]

/k/ how come the development of aerospace or more specifically fighter jets have come to a sluggish slowdown. Considering that there were many developments and manufacturers. What slows us now?

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c8807c No.523595

>>523581

>Can materials really be improved at this point?

everything can be ALWAYS improved


fb0699 No.523668

>>523581

Lightweight aluminum steel alloys look like they'll be the next big thing. If those ever become viable, then airframe costs will plummet and high-speed designs will become a lot more feasible.


cbccac No.523723

>>523668

>Lightweight

>steel

How?


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cbccac No.523770

>>523750

Interesting but:

>reports (((The Economist)))

>developed by (((South Korean))) scientists

I'll have to see it before believing it.




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72e6a2 No.523633[Reply]

Has the effective range of small arms fully been realised? I've been toying with the idea of taking the proportions of anti-rank rifles and creating something for anti-personal use

>13x114 calibre shooting tungsten bullets

>semi automatic

>44 inch barrel

>mounted on a tripod/heavy bipod, spring systems in the bipod and stock, so the main gun frame can recoil independent of the bipod and spring back into the original position for consistent follow up shots, while there is minimal recoil on the shooter

>able to be carried and field-assembled by a 4-5 man team

>set up on a hill or mountainside to for super long range area denial; greater than that of HMGs and conventional snipers while more accurate than mortars

>ability to pick off individual targets in civilian-populated areas while staying at a safe range

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3c5986 No.523694

File: 053011f0cb20f8d⋯.mp4 (698 KB, 640x360, 16:9, Sandia's self-guided bulle….mp4)

>ctrl+F thread

>no results for "guided munitions"

Fags

https://archive.fo/U00Ob

>Sandia researchers Red Jones and Brian Kast and their colleagues have invented a dart-like, self-guided bullet for small-caliber, smooth-bore firearms that could hit laser-designated targets at distances of more than a mile (about 2,000 meters).


839609 No.523695

An anti materiel rifle pressed into the anti personnel role? Nothing new.


8390b2 No.523725

>>523667

1. Expensive

2. Heavy

3. Role already filled by more portable, more handy and way cheaper weapons.


bcb77a No.523763

>>523649

>avoid civilian casualties

So we'll use a weapon that will penetrate right through the guy you're shooting at, the 3 guys behind him, the wall behind them, and the family cowering under a table behind the wall.

>sand niggers

>All wars in the future will be exactly the same as they are now.

>Absolutely nothing will change.

>Therefore it makes perfect sense to adopt gear and doctrine that can only work in the current context!

>What is military history?

If you're looking to extend the area where your guys can kill their guys without overexposing themselves, and without creating explosions in areas with wimmins and children, then you'd probably get much better results from putting a relatively normal rifle on a drone - maybe with an autonomous FCS to overcome the lag you get with drone operators being on the other side of the planet. I'll admit I'm not an expert on this next system, but how did DARPAs EXACTO program end up? Is it something that just needs a little (or a lot) more work, or is it a just another meme?

>Drone orbiting a few thousand feet above target area

>Drone operator designates targets

>Drone computer plots bullets trajectory and finds the best possible moment to fire

>Possibly self guided bullets correct for any inaccuracies or unforeseen environmental difficulties.

>Drone operator puts his feet up and sips a large cup of tea as this unfolds on his screen, asks his mate sat next to him if they're still on for the pub that evening.

>GOOD END

Shit, with enough work you could cut the rifle out of that and have the drone drop one of a few dozen warheadless micro-missiles to do the job - if you can get enough speed out of them (which would be helped by the whole 'falling from a few thousand feet thing) that couPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


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>>523694

>mfw I had this exact idea when I was a kid




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e2325c No.522541[Reply]

Why is is so perfect?

>9mm will shit on this round because they are poorfag manlets who can't handle the recoil or afford it

>will try to say that a bullet 40 grains heavier with 30% more momentum has exactly the same terminal ballistics as the 9mm

>still has the magazine capacity to deal with multiple opponents unlike the .45

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697c5b No.523742

>>523696

the BO is a burger. auspocket is just the most vocal of the bunch. theres also a mod from california


240e9f No.523744

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>>522555

>muh higher recoil

you've never fired either pistol at length, admit it

yeah, the .40 is snappier, depending on the gun you're shooting it out of. A 4 inch gun in .40 xdm for example is much easier to shoot than a 5 inch xdm in .45, far less recoil and muzzle flip with the 4in .40. Only difference is a more explosive recoil, but it's predictable.

People that act like it's the end of the world simply haven't shot either gun extensively.

>lower mag capacity

lol I have 16+1 in my xdm. versus, what, 19 in 9mm? At that point the difference is superfluous.

>identical performance

just pull it out of your ass then, the .40 is objectively more powerful.

and no, 9mm jhp did not suddenly advance. JHP is the same now as it's ever been. What, muh super duper SST Hornady uber JHP round with super proprietary propellant? No one fucking buys that and it's a marketing scam. JHP is fucking JHP, James Yeager is a butthurt fanboy.


240e9f No.523745

>>523718

Aussie's are good, Canadians are good

It's the damn Britbongs on here that are mindboggling aweful, and that one Hungarian poster because he won't stop fucking shilling his caseless meme.


9fb93d No.523753

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>>523688

>Anecdotal evidence only

>Australians cannot analyze evidence or own pistols, let alone guns altogether

See pic related and consider suicide.

>>523717

>Everything is leftybanned

We never really had a huge backlash against socialist bullshit like burgers did.

>Keep fags away

Oh boy

You need to look up "Yes Campaign" in aus

>>523732

A FUCKING LEAF

srs, if you think caliber means dick all in a handgun go read Sixguns (1961) by Keith


bc49a3 No.523757

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>>523744

>current year +2

>owning a Springfield armory product

>XD




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