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Also what kind of 10mm loads are we talking?
FBI loads that the .40 s&w duplicates the performance of?
End of the day, it's just a handgun round and it sucks because of that.
I'd zap carry a howitzer if I could, but I can't, so my .22mag NAA goes with me because it fits.
In the 1920s, men carried .32 autos and I'd consider they were more manly than men today, sooooo ...
Was it the one with the laser?
A commando team ruffled some feathers and was arrested tried and convicted in a court martial despite not actually committing the crime.
These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground.
Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune.
If you have a problem, if nobody else can help and you can find them. Maybe you can hire.
SMLE makes em jelly
Vandura, choice of a crack commando team sent to prison for a crime they didn't commit.
First off, this is a Wendy's, Sir.
B) did you know the German word for racoons literally translates to 'wash bear'. Trash Panda is a very German way of naming an animal.
№ § keep that thang on you. Stay strapped or get clapped. When glowies do glow-shit, it's because of petty ho-shit
The idea is you got that thang in your haand because in a high stress scenario, your butthole clenches making it difficult to draw. However there is a positive tradeoff as it automatically increases the retention capability if an attacker tries to disarm you.
Does countertop stop subgun rounds?
Rhodesia was too white or something.
Someone thought it apt to make a music video of an average weekday for my laid off ass?
Unclip and slap that bastard on top of the tp dispenser.
You earn fed status if you leave it there on accident.
Absolutely repulsively brilliant. Why even RPK if it don't happy pin?
This post is entirely AI
For the mere fact that you have equipped your rifle with a sling, it is indeed a fine rifle.
The weak willed among us will say Icarus flew too close to the sun.
The real response would be for individuals to reclassify the ATF as a gay club for lying fat fed bois.
Shitting your guts out is a valid defensive tactic employed by sea cucumbers.
Steal some of the kid's tub toys and lock yourself in the bathroom while you lay naked in the tub.
After an hour of writhing in your vomit and diarrhea, you'll begin your spiritual journey with the help of the friendly dinosaur that pukes water.
Then in the morning, you just flip on the shower and rinse down, you'll thank me later.
I appreciate the new broken picture
Why hello fellow Hawaiian shirt enthusiast.
I sure do dislike the various federal agencies.
Would you fill me in on any plans to commit a boogaloo?
I got some troy battlemags that I have yet to have problems with, a bunch of colt steel mags that have been great, a few usgi aluminum 20 rounders that have been flawless. I have a 2 gen pmag that doesn't really fit the magwell, BUT, BIG BUT, I don't have an AR.
Pmags fit great in ars. Pmags were DESIGNED for ARs. Pmags are NOT STANAG. I traded a 3rd gen pmag for the 2nd gen because the 2nd gen at least will latch in my rifle. 3rd Gen is probably awesome for ARs, but the overinsertion bump prevented full insertion in my ARX.
Not much applicable knowledge, just speculation
Hopefully this year I can get a printer and some tools.
I work in a machine shop and until recently I fixed our CNC machines.
Let me tell you though, the tabletop printers are goofy as hell. They seem very wobbly and stepper motors with no scale or encoder give me cold sweats. You're trusting the motor controller to not screw up turning the motors rather than have a real position feedback. On the other hand additive processes shouldn't encounter any sort of resistance and if the motors skip a few steps yeah the part is scrapped, but you're not breaking a $200 carbide endmill.
Setting up the printer I assume you want the bed to be leveled and perpendicular to all axis, so a good bubble level, indicator and 123 block or square is needed. To measure the parts you'll want a good set of calipers. I don't think these machines are capable of doing anything close to tenths so a mic would be a waste.
I never did any programming, but I did download FreeCAD and a complete set of 1911 prints and screwed around enough to model the barrel (with rifling even), slide and most of the small parts.
I think how the process goes:
Obtain or create model.
Export model to solid and import into a slicer program that creates GCODE that will break the model up into layers and automatically create an interior structure based on design parameters that you're gonna have to decide work best for the individual part. Might have to figure out a good origin for the model so it'll fit on the bed.
Send GCODE to printer and wait.
Measure part to ensure dimensions are correct.
As far as what printer. I don't know but I have my eye on some sort of Ender. Seems like a decent enough sized bed and would be tall enough. It's under $300. I don't know which one, but one had the functionality of being able to send programs through USB as opposed to microsd card and seemed identical to each other except for that feature and being able to transfer via USB seemed worth the extra $20 or so.
This is a strange place.
It's a high autism shitpost place that does guns, just as the Founding Fathers intended.
HiPpints are problem solvers
No unused rail space