Bought a beat up but never fired FN Tactical Police Shotgun today. I think I’m going to Magpul it out and use it as another beater gun. It’s even cheaper than the last one I bought.

I have the weirdest boner right now

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Decided to Metro up the Saiga 223. Going to see about getting the barrel threaded next, or possibly chop it down and weld on a muzzle device.

Gas block from Venom Tactical, stock from RPB. Lucked out and found the vented gas tube on armslist.

I want a 223 ak-pattern rifle….

Metro as fuck, gorgeous.

awesome build

Dugan Ashley has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.







Tough time for the firearms community.




Time to start the mag dump challenge for MS boys and girls.

Dugan is a fucking hero of the community.


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since I’m 18 now I had to call the hospital myself to get test results and I was simply planning on saying that I had a blood test last week and if I could get the results back but when the woman answered I said “I want my blood back” and hung up the phone, so I’m never trying that again

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Mega Flygon Confirmed!

that design doe

I was fucking ready. I was ready to waste my entire day on making a million gifs of this trailer.

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The Guns of Wham-O, Hamilton Dueling Pistol, PowerMaster Rifle, PowerMaster Pistol.

Have you ever heard of the company called Wham-O (or Wamo! as it was called in the 50’s), what is their legacy?  For starters; the frisbee, the hackey sack, the hula hoop, and the superball. However few know that in the late 1950’s Wham-O dabbled in the firearms market.  While they did make dart guns, air guns, crossbows, and cap guns they decided to create a few youth model .22 lr firearms.

First was the Wham-O Hamilton Dueling pistol, modeled after Alexander Hamilton’s famous dueling pistols.  While more toy than gun, with crude sights and a toy like appearence it was an actual single shot breachloading .22 firearm.  Only 900 were produced.

Then there was the Wham-O Powermaster Rifle. Crude and toylike it was modeled after the Thompson submachinegun.  It was a single shot .22 rifle but when fired the bolt would lock back, allowing the user to load another round without retracting the bolt.  I can’t find specific numbers but few of these were made.

Finally there was the Wham-O Powermaster Pistol.  A .22 single shot like the other firearms, this gun is more like an actual gun than the others.  It was well machined, accurate, and sported real sights.  Again I can’t find specific production figures but not many were made.

Wamo’s line of toy/guns were not very popular.  The fusion between toy and gun was not a good mix, people either wanted a toy or a gun, not a cheap crude mixture of both.  The Hamilton Pistol and PowerMaster Rifle designs would be scraped.  The PowerMaster pistol design would be sold to Daisy Air Rifle Company, who converted it into an air pistol.

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The three main types of SMGs developed and used by Germany during World War II. From top to bottom: MP 38, MP 40 and  MP 41


The three main types of SMGs
developed and used by Germany
during World War II. From top to
bottom: MP 38, MP 40 and 
MP 41

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walking past your crush like

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sure was cold last night. good thing we had trash to burn for warmth

entitled ass white feminists at it again


did u spend money on that just to burn it lol

>complain about being called “feminazis”

>they burn books

The irony is delicious.


This guy mops the floor with the gun-grabbers


 M1A2 Abrams Ammo loader, 120mm tank rounds.


 M1A2 Abrams Ammo loader, 120mm tank rounds.


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Fallout 3 DLC’s

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do u ever just cum and it ain’t great and ur like “ok that one was super lame”

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