A little gun porn

Discussion in 'Sports & Outdoor Adventure' started by Yamaki, Mar 2, 2016.

  1. Harmonica

    Harmonica Certified AK Enabler Subscriber

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    An AR 15 makes a very good defensive weapon. Less cumbersome than a pump action shotgun, easier to use under stress, and of course significantly more capacity.

    There is ammo designed for home defense if you are worried about over penetration.
     

     

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  2. dyche01

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    Bet these guys could stop an intruder.

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  3. KLH9

    KLH9 A Double Pair Sounds OK

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    We picked up a group of S&W model 64-5 that were retired from the RCMP when they switched over to 9mm. They're scattered in every room of the house.

    Stainless steel 38 service revolvers. 3" barrel (yea, a 3" barrel), ramp/service sights. These were a special run for the RCMP contract.

    Simple. Always loaded/ready. No thinking required. Pick-up. Point. Shoot.

    Have a few 8 round pump and auto loader 12ga in various closets should things get really hot.

    I should say..... DO NOT leave loaded firearms around your house if you have any possibility of children being in your home! There is no possibility of children being in our home.

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  4. Yamaki

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    My home defense weapon and EDC of choice is this 3.3" .45ACP Springfield Armory XDS:

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  5. 7.62

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    For us they have to get thru the EWS, if that happens, 19 MOS immediate threat, get to safe 10.5 5.56 with PRO & M951 to clear / secure AO. I have a few shotties but have yet to eguip with a light, never ending projects. At least twice a year I train with the wife for this scenario so it's become memory, cell phone, safe room and E&E, shooting is last resort.

    The bummer side is our place is so chill, nothing happens here. We like it like that ;).
     
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  6. Poultrygeist

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  7. Eric n Kc

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    20180328_063158.jpg Hey
    Here my version of home defense.
    S&W model 36 3 inch barrel 38 spl. I put those ugly ass bianchi grips on it for more comfortable carry. If I remember it's loaded up with some hot ass Corbon rounds.
    I originally bought it for my mom. Back then she lived alone out on the farm. She has since passed away. I luckily got it back when split up her estate. Eric
     
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  8. 7.62

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    Nice Poultry! I had a friend that owned a chow, fricking dog just had that look......commanding don't fukk around here type thing. Here's hurkybuttons catching some z's after a rough day of patrolling LOL.
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  9. I'm thinking that quite a few individuals cross the street as they approach your house. ;) I'll also bet that you have no issues with stolen package deliveries.
     

     

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  10. Poultrygeist

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    That's true and the other half of my tag team is a pit mix.
     
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  11. soundmotor

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    Are they rubber or nylon? I had rubber Pachmayrs on my .357 and they were very comfortable to shoot. However they stuck & snagged my clothes so I changed to Hogue.
     
  12. soundmotor

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    My go-to inside is good ol' 12 gauge 7 1/2 dove & quail. Vietnam era military test showed it as effective as 00 buck to ~7M but loses that after shot starts to pattern.

    Not a disciplined test but a good read. The .223 is roughly the equivalent of dove & quail through drywall whereas 00 buck keeps on going -

    http://how-i-did-it.org/drywall/index.html
     
  13. Eric n Kc

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    Hey sm
    I really don't know. If I had to guess I'd say plastic. I've never had a problem with them being too grippy.
    I'd never seen grips like them. I was working part time at a local shooting range. These were in the clearance box. They are so damn ugly I couldn't resist. And they do serve a purpose.
    I always ment to get the hammer bobbed and slick up the action a little.

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    Eric
     
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  14. 2011etec

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    Would that 12g ammo I see a dunhams all the time be 00 buck?U.S military .
     
  15. 2011etec

    2011etec Super Member

    Found it [​IMG]
     
  16. Bobcat

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    Quick detour... what do u guys like for image hosting sites these days?
    I’ve got a cpl honeys I wanna post.
     
  17. Pioneered

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    Only firearm I have really anymore unless ya count a .22 rifle and a .410
    .45 Colt Wheel Gun I keep at bed side.........when I'm in bed.
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  18. Poultrygeist

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    Do you keep an empty under the hammer?
     
  19. 2011etec

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    I'm using flickr
     
  20. Pioneered

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    Sometimes but, most of the time it's a full 6.
     

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