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Definitely depends on the gun. If you zap carry it's probably twice as long since you're technically lubricating them every time you holster.
I will say from experience the dumb rotating barrel on a Px4 locks up if you don't at least give it a rub on the ejection port every so often. I made it about 600-750 rounds without cleaning before I had an issue. It didn't stop cycling, I just couldn't manually rack the slide. I've never had repeatable issues like that on any other gun.
NGL, Russian language isn't as complex as the war going on. And declining nouns sucks.
Good on you for learning Russian, though. If you get a chance, go visit. The food is great, and the people are mostly good too.
There is no selling here, there is only the platinum rule. Time to start building, boy.
Hold on, hold on. His super power might be running into a wall a blowing through it like the Kool aid man.
Strongly suggest he runs into a wall full speed. If that doesn't work, strap on a vest with L3s and put a pistol caliber center of the plate as you hit the wall. If that doesn't work... I have no idea, must not have gotten super powers.
Please confirm that it single handedly sunk at least two ships in the Russo-Japanese war. I'll give you 1049.99 for it if so.
Not if you dremel it just a little. Dremels fix everything.
Ooh, ooh, I have one:
Like HNO3 + H2O
Am I #1 yet?
The meth likes 45 more than 9mm. Maybe it's because the single stack is more ergo for her. Maybe she just likes the bigger girth more. Can confirm that her wrists are weaker than mine though. I'm sure that's the real reason.
The Sig Romeo+Juliet is still on sale for 2.8 hipoints at PSA. I was cheap and got the at3 tacticool micro + magnifier for 1.8 hipoints, then bought a whole 10 round baggy of .22lr for the hipoint of savings.
Red dot + magnifier is the way to go for close up + range, especially super cool airsoft oper9ing near buildings. I have a LPVO on my DMR style rifle, it actually takes a perceptible moment for my eye to adjust to the 1x from low or high ready.
Damn stock photos of rounds throwing off my game, and distracting feet. Could have sworn I caught you glowies this time.
My serial numbers all start with
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100% proof there was a second shooter. That's not 6.5 Carcano.
Alright, I'll give you a point for not buying the most expensive flashlight and laser, and another for being too cheap to get zip ties.
1/40, there are three naked rail slots I can see, the other side is obviously empty, and there are empty mlok connectors that need rail mounted on them. Obviously there are only useful things mounted to the rail, and they're not even the cheapest accessories you could find. Did you even read the rule?
Report him to the EPA for showing you in a room full of incandescent lightbulbs, obviously.
Move your hands down on your body -- they shouldn't be higher than the bottom of your chest at the bottom. I had the same issue (and shoulder problems) due to bad pushup form. If it still happens, move to your mom's 5 lb dumbells, turn over, and strengthen your way up to pushups.
Because those freed slaves shouldn't have guns, they're too irresponsible. Haven't you been paying attention to what they've been saying since the 1860s? As weak as the NRA is now, this was literally the issue they were founded on. "Yes, even the former slaves get gats, Dems."
She's the opposite of the opposite of a Commie. I voted Johnson in 2016, could not bring myself to do so for Uncle Auntie Jo in 2020.
I think the m16 was pretty mych the same story... Whatever revolver the army standardized on in the late 1800s was probably also the same thing... It's like we don't learn anything even after spending all that money.
Gov't didn't develop 10mm, it was already being sold in 1983 as the .40 super with terrible quality controlled pistols -- so bad the company making the pistols for the 10mm auto version of .40 super went bankrupt the same year the letter bois met Mini14 and 870 (1986). Colt started selling guns made for 10mm in 1987 -- they were under development for the previous several years. The FBI did spend a shitton to field test this cartridge and several other rounds, before finding out their tendie gargling field bois couldn't hold it in their limp ankles, then the FBI spent a shitton more to cut it down to the short and weak -- weaker than the .40 regular.
Fun fact: most of the FBI money went to developing the tests to compare calibers, which eventually ended up becoming, "why don't we make lots of Jello, but with more powder and less water, then shoot it with things in front of it?" 9 million dollars of Jello and ripped denim later, they still didn't realize that the plot armor which comes from either Mini14 or 870 owning an unshot dog was the real reason the letter bois were having such a hard time aiming, so they bought 1 million dollars of ammo from bankrupt companies, only to throw it all out.
A shotgun might be the only legal way to bird hunt, but a bren or BAR with giggle mode is the only fun way to bird hunt.
S, and also S. I'm not spitting for that first one.
Most intermediate cartridges work that same way. Point center of mass, pull trigger, get a hit between 25-230 yards. There are tricks for shorter distances (put the front post on the top of the back ring for close quarters) and adjustments on some rifles for longer ones. Look up "maximum point blank range" for a longer explanation. Not completely sure how wishcom optics factor into this, but since it's related to the ammo, they're probably fine.
Trade-off on bullpups is it's more difficult (read: slow) to reload, and more maintenance due to more complex trigger assy. Advantage is the barrel is longer compared to the overall length (or the OAL is shorter compared to barrel length). Neutral differences are the ergonomics are fundamentally different. Weight is comparable to other 5.56 rifles like ARs, Kalashes in their 7.62 with wood furniture are obviously heavier. In .mil terms, it fills the same role as an M4 or M16, depending on config.
It's not a sexy answer, but unless you plan on clearing buildings all day, an AR is probably a better choice. From what I've heard, the main AR replacement parts are the gas rings, bolt/extractor, and springs. Steyrs may need more, but I have no clue. I know the one nice thing about Steyrs is the barrels can be quickly swapped, so I guess there's that. You probably can't manu those parts on your own for either style, but AR replacements will be more ubiquitous. Costs will also be better for ARs. The Steyr will be 1900+, while ARs have budget options around 500, or you can buy expensive ones beyond 3000.
Police? You said "Should have sent it" wrong