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  1. After ten years of waiting for him (roughly since this post, or when Lüt told me Static-X were a lousy SYL ripoff) to come to Portugal, a couple of months ago it was announced that the DTP was replacing Nevermore at the Vagos Open Air festival - this Saturday. Venue's 10 km from my mom's, no less.

    Hope to bring back photos!

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      deadnail is the one who got me started on Devin Townsend as well. I admit I'm not a huge fan, but Goddamn, when that guy makes a great song, it's a really great song.

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  2. Huy's been harassing me to post some pictures of my desktop for a while now and after the 5th time I woke up with a severed horse head in my bed, I figured it was pretty much time to go ahead and post some before something worse happened.

    So faggots, check out my mother fuckin rig.

    The case:
    http://img267.imageshack.us/i/dscn1342a.jpg/

    A shot of the inside:
    http://img541.imageshack.us/i/dscn1344p.jpg/

    Another shot of the inside:
    http://img824.imageshack.us/i/dscn1345k.jpg/

    Me firing a 9 mm round directly into the motherboard to demonstrate its durability. The motherboard suffered no damage but the bullet ricocheted and hit my kneecap. It was very painful.
    http://img203.imageshack.us/i/dscn1346m.jpg/

  3. I got a Revelation 310C (Mossberg 500C 20 gauge made and marked under Western Auto's house brand name) a long time ago from my Uncle for free. It had a badly cracked stock that made it all wobbly, other than that, it was solid. I didn't have a good "before" pic, so I found one on Imageshack.



    http://i54.tinypic.com/21ltt2e.jpg

    http://i51.tinypic.com/2dsqn8p.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/20tqjax.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/16gkdjq.jpg

    Had to make a collar for the UTG forearm, my model is older.

    http://i55.tinypic.com/30u3gvp.jpg

    http://i56.tinypic.com/2q3c581.jpg

    26" barrel was reduced to 18", the original bead was re-installed and it was ported in the style of this Mossberg 185KA 20 gauge bolt-action, 5 vertical cuts down the side. I plan on getting an OLight T15 1xAA model light and a CR123A battery tube for it. I am also most likely getting a Beamshot green laser for it.

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      Naked Snake

      Technician said:

      I have nothing wrong with people collecting guns for a hobby. I have four riffles and two hand guns. I'd much rather they admit to that instead of hiding under a zealous title as defense. One firearm is defense, any more is a collection.


      This is the only firearm I own with the sole intent of using it for personal defense of my home. The rest are for their utility or historical value.

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  4. I got a Revelation 310C (Mossberg 500C 20 gauge made and marked under Western Auto's house brand name) a long time ago from my Uncle for free. It had a badly cracked stock that made it all wobbly, other than that, it was solid. I didn't have a good "before" pic, so I found one on Imageshack.



    http://i54.tinypic.com/21ltt2e.jpg

    http://i51.tinypic.com/2dsqn8p.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/20tqjax.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/16gkdjq.jpg

    Had to make a collar for the UTG forearm, my model is older.

    http://i55.tinypic.com/30u3gvp.jpg

    http://i56.tinypic.com/2q3c581.jpg

    26" barrel was reduced to 18", the original bead was re-installed and it was ported in the style of this Mossberg 185KA 20 gauge bolt-action, 5 vertical cuts down the side. I plan on getting an OLight T15 1xAA model light and a CR123A battery tube for it. I am also most likely getting a Beamshot green laser for it.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Dr. Zin said:

      I don't have a problem with accessories, I just find that stock hilarious. The original stock is meant for fast point shooting (i.e. small game), which is exactly what you want in a defensive shotgun. The new stock is twice as wide as the receiver, which is going to hinder getting a sight picture (would love to see the cheekweld on that). I just can't take an accessory that is hindering the purpose of the gun seriously.

      And I'm sure you will make the point that the gun can now be fired from the hip. However, in shooting from the hip you are giving up precision and speed for... looking cool. Folding stocks were developed for militaries to facilitate storage of small arms in vehicles. Any time the guns are used they are used with the stocks extended.

      However, I can't be a complete buzzkill. Your shortened barrel looks very professionally done, especially with the porting. If you just dump that damn folder and pick up a speed-feed stock you would have a nice piece of kit (though I would toss the vertical foregrip, just another thing to get snagged).


      I can shoot just fine with it, shouldered or from the hip, so you can find it hilarious all you want, it works for me and I like it.

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  5. I got a Revelation 310C (Mossberg 500C 20 gauge made and marked under Western Auto's house brand name) a long time ago from my Uncle for free. It had a badly cracked stock that made it all wobbly, other than that, it was solid. I didn't have a good "before" pic, so I found one on Imageshack.



    http://i54.tinypic.com/21ltt2e.jpg

    http://i51.tinypic.com/2dsqn8p.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/20tqjax.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/16gkdjq.jpg

    Had to make a collar for the UTG forearm, my model is older.

    http://i55.tinypic.com/30u3gvp.jpg

    http://i56.tinypic.com/2q3c581.jpg

    26" barrel was reduced to 18", the original bead was re-installed and it was ported in the style of this Mossberg 185KA 20 gauge bolt-action, 5 vertical cuts down the side. I plan on getting an OLight T15 1xAA model light and a CR123A battery tube for it. I am also most likely getting a Beamshot green laser for it.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Dr. Zin said:

      And yet another is seduced by the lure of the mall ninja...


      I think you've confused "getting accessories for a gun" with "mall ninja".

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  6. I got a Revelation 310C (Mossberg 500C 20 gauge made and marked under Western Auto's house brand name) a long time ago from my Uncle for free. It had a badly cracked stock that made it all wobbly, other than that, it was solid. I didn't have a good "before" pic, so I found one on Imageshack.



    http://i54.tinypic.com/21ltt2e.jpg

    http://i51.tinypic.com/2dsqn8p.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/20tqjax.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/16gkdjq.jpg

    Had to make a collar for the UTG forearm, my model is older.

    http://i55.tinypic.com/30u3gvp.jpg

    http://i56.tinypic.com/2q3c581.jpg

    26" barrel was reduced to 18", the original bead was re-installed and it was ported in the style of this Mossberg 185KA 20 gauge bolt-action, 5 vertical cuts down the side. I plan on getting an OLight T15 1xAA model light and a CR123A battery tube for it. I am also most likely getting a Beamshot green laser for it.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      exp(x) said:

      What the fuck is this shit? Do you honestly worry about someone busting into your home while you're there?


      No, I don't "worry" about it, but it is a part of reality and is certainly not outside the realm of possibility. I don't worry about getting into a car crash or having my house burn down either, but I still wear my seat belt and I still own a fire extinguisher and smoke detectors.

      You can get around explanations for your over-kill weaponry with "home defense". It's like a woman carrying a Dessert Eagle in her hand back for "self defense".


      How is this weapon "over-kill"? Nothing has changed about it other than the furniture changed from wood to plastic and aluminum. It didn't magically become more powerful or deadly. And carrying a Desert Eagle for self-defense, while IMO impractical, sure isn't over-kill.

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  7. I got a Revelation 310C (Mossberg 500C 20 gauge made and marked under Western Auto's house brand name) a long time ago from my Uncle for free. It had a badly cracked stock that made it all wobbly, other than that, it was solid. I didn't have a good "before" pic, so I found one on Imageshack.



    http://i54.tinypic.com/21ltt2e.jpg

    http://i51.tinypic.com/2dsqn8p.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/20tqjax.jpg

    http://i54.tinypic.com/16gkdjq.jpg

    Had to make a collar for the UTG forearm, my model is older.

    http://i55.tinypic.com/30u3gvp.jpg

    http://i56.tinypic.com/2q3c581.jpg

    26" barrel was reduced to 18", the original bead was re-installed and it was ported in the style of this Mossberg 185KA 20 gauge bolt-action, 5 vertical cuts down the side. I plan on getting an OLight T15 1xAA model light and a CR123A battery tube for it. I am also most likely getting a Beamshot green laser for it.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      deathbringer said:

      That looks far too cool to be legal, based purely on the stock.

      Oddly shotguns are the easiest "proper" guns to own in Britain so it would probably even be legal here!

      And, as my limited understanding of guns comes into play, LOL a laser sight on a shotgun. Though i suppose it'd at least give you a vague idea where the spread will go, and i suppose heavier buckshot or even slugs can be 'more' 'accurate' as opposed to small shot that'd spread over a big area.


      In almost all states, doesn't matter what kind of stock it is on what kind of gun. In mine it does. Since this is a pump-action firearm, it can have a folding stock (NY "only" regulates semi-automatics).

      The laser would be for firing from the hip with buckshot, it's actually very useful for close-quarters environments, which is what this was modified for (home-defense). It's also for psychological intimidation, since the beam is visible, say I was to point it down my stairway and there's an intruder downstairs. The combination of a flashlight and a laser beam, accompanied by angry requests for identification of who is in my home would be an extra deterrent factor.

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  8. Yes, I got ANOTHER gun today...I am a little surprised myself, but the price was too damn good to pass up. It's a Romanian SKS, those go for $350-450 or more around here, I got this baby for $250.









    I modified it to make the bayonet seat in the stock

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Mr. T said:

      Is that an SKS?


      Welcome to the first sentence of my post...

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  9. Nothing special, just a Ruger 10/22, a semi-auto .22LR carbine. Very fun to shoot, very cheap, extremely modular. If I cared to, I could easily spend two or three times the cost of the gun itself in modifications geared to extremely accurate target shooting. Hell, there are barrels for this thing that cost $300, the gun usually runs $200-300ish itself.



    I don't have a picture of it, but it's just a completely stock Ruger 10/22. I'll likely get an aftermarket stock for it and possibly some optics. Luckily, magazines are inexpensive and common, so I won't have a problem there.

    As an aside, I highly recommend the Ruger 10/22 as a first gun for anyone interested in buying a firearm. You will get a very superb rifle for a very good price, it's very inexpensive to shoot and will teach you the basics of firearms and accuracy, which will allow you to move up to a different chambering.

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      Naked Snake

      Planky said:

      I had a Norica air rifle that looked very similar to that Ruger. My brother got it destroyed by the cops. Idiot.

      I would love to get my hands on a Mosin-Nagant.


      I've got a Mosin-Nagant, they very fun, very inexpensive to shoot. I paid $150 for 800 rounds in a sealed tin. If you happen to get one with "sticky bolt", don't despair, a little brake cleaner soaking the chamber or pouring boiling water through the chamber works.

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  10. Nothing special, just a Ruger 10/22, a semi-auto .22LR carbine. Very fun to shoot, very cheap, extremely modular. If I cared to, I could easily spend two or three times the cost of the gun itself in modifications geared to extremely accurate target shooting. Hell, there are barrels for this thing that cost $300, the gun usually runs $200-300ish itself.



    I don't have a picture of it, but it's just a completely stock Ruger 10/22. I'll likely get an aftermarket stock for it and possibly some optics. Luckily, magazines are inexpensive and common, so I won't have a problem there.

    As an aside, I highly recommend the Ruger 10/22 as a first gun for anyone interested in buying a firearm. You will get a very superb rifle for a very good price, it's very inexpensive to shoot and will teach you the basics of firearms and accuracy, which will allow you to move up to a different chambering.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Shaikoten said:

      Ha. I learned on one of these little mothers when I was a boy scout. Fun little things. Not very good for zombie apocalypse, Nazi invasion, or commies, but there's nothing better than it for learning the basics.


      Well, I've got two AKs and a Mosin and some shotguns, they're pretty expensive to feed, that's the main reason I needed a semi-auto .22 ;-P

      And they would certainly be useful for "zombies". You carry a "real" rifle for "real" work and the .22 and oodles of ammo for hunting small game and as a secondary defensive weapon.

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  11. My dad picked up a bolt-action 12 gauge for $25, it's a little rough, but I am gonna fixed it up to gain some skills in practical gunsmithing. It's a J.C. Higgins, sold by Sears and Roebuck anywhere from 1940-something to the mid-1950s. Pretty neat gun.















    The end of the barrel was cut off crudely (it's 21 inches though, 18 is the min. length) so I have to fix that by grinding it relatively straight, filing it then giving it a good buffing. The jerk that did it (the guy my dad bought it off of) got metal shavings in the barrel and action, so I need to give it a really good cleaning and oiling (which I was gonna do anyway, but that makes it more urgent). I am going to silver solder a bead so it has a front sight bead again. I am going to install a new recoil pad because that one is red, cracked and from the 1950s. So yeah, it'll be a fun experience, for sure, but once I am done, I'll end up with a solid work-horse.

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      Naked Snake

      Maes said:

      Does it accept magnum (76mm long) cartridges or just 70mm standard ones? Magazine capacity?


      2 3/4" (70mm) only, dunno the capacity yet as I am not about to load an old gun in my house :-P Judging by the length of the tube though, I assume it holds 5 in the tube and 1 in the chamber.

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  12. My dad picked up a bolt-action 12 gauge for $25, it's a little rough, but I am gonna fixed it up to gain some skills in practical gunsmithing. It's a J.C. Higgins, sold by Sears and Roebuck anywhere from 1940-something to the mid-1950s. Pretty neat gun.















    The end of the barrel was cut off crudely (it's 21 inches though, 18 is the min. length) so I have to fix that by grinding it relatively straight, filing it then giving it a good buffing. The jerk that did it (the guy my dad bought it off of) got metal shavings in the barrel and action, so I need to give it a really good cleaning and oiling (which I was gonna do anyway, but that makes it more urgent). I am going to silver solder a bead so it has a front sight bead again. I am going to install a new recoil pad because that one is red, cracked and from the 1950s. So yeah, it'll be a fun experience, for sure, but once I am done, I'll end up with a solid work-horse.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Dr. Zin said:

      I'd braze some rifle sights on that thing, it would make a sweet slug gun.


      If I was gonna do that, I'd just get a scope, I'm probably just gonna silver-solder a bead to it.

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  13. My dad picked up a bolt-action 12 gauge for $25, it's a little rough, but I am gonna fixed it up to gain some skills in practical gunsmithing. It's a J.C. Higgins, sold by Sears and Roebuck anywhere from 1940-something to the mid-1950s. Pretty neat gun.















    The end of the barrel was cut off crudely (it's 21 inches though, 18 is the min. length) so I have to fix that by grinding it relatively straight, filing it then giving it a good buffing. The jerk that did it (the guy my dad bought it off of) got metal shavings in the barrel and action, so I need to give it a really good cleaning and oiling (which I was gonna do anyway, but that makes it more urgent). I am going to silver solder a bead so it has a front sight bead again. I am going to install a new recoil pad because that one is red, cracked and from the 1950s. So yeah, it'll be a fun experience, for sure, but once I am done, I'll end up with a solid work-horse.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Maes said:

      Does anyone else here foresee a bolt-action shotgun for Doom? Quite a rare piece you got, I knew there were lever action, revolver and falling block smoothbore shotguns, but never bolt actions. I wish I could get my hands dirty with gunsmithing more often....


      Nah, bolt-action shotguns are as common as dog turds and about as valuable. They were popular in the 1930s through the 1960s because they could be made and sold for really inexpensive prices yet still work damned good. I have a Mossberg 185 bolt-action 20 gauge, it has a 2-round detachable magazine as well, which makes it simpler than this design, which has an elevator like a pump-action or lever-action.

      Bolt-action shotguns went out of style as pump-action shotguns became far more affordable than they had historically been, basically making the bolt-action shotgun a curiosity to modern shooters. However, I am surprised they haven't made a resurgence in these times where people are scrimping, companies still could produce relatively inexpensive bolt-action shotguns for sale and reap massive profits.

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  14. I just felt like saying that I'm currently battling something called avoidant personality disorder. You can look it up. When you look up and down the list of typical symptoms, almost all of them apply to me. The ones that don't apply to me are "avoids social events" or "avoids jobs involving working with other people". Just about every other typical symptom is true, I think.

    I've been undergoing 1 hour per week of cognital behavioral therapy for the past 3 months or so. I was also referred to a more intense program which would have been group therapy involving an additional 2 hours per week, but this was unfortunately canceled due to the person running the course getting injured or something. As a result, I think, progress is going much slower than I would like.

    I also feel like mentioning that from a very young age, I was overexposed to feminism through my mom. Every time some cute girls in bathing suits appeared on TV, she would invariably say something like "that's just so demeaning and objectifying to women." Over the years I guess I got it drilled into my head that being attracted to girls and their bodies was wrong and sexist or something. The effects have been quite devastating. I can't even look in the general direction of an incredibly hot girl without feeling like I'm doing something creepy or wrong.

    My current strategies for dealing with the problem are as follows:

    1) Try to introduce myself to as many cute girls as possible.
    2) Try to think of events and places to attend to have as many opportunities of accomplishing 1) as possible and attend them.
    3) Try to talk to people using their names as often as possible.
    4) Try to say "hello" or "how's it going" to strangers, particulary cute girls, as often as possible.

    Number 2 is tough because my interests are very different than what most people have. I'm not a reader, music-listener, concert-goer, sports fan, or clubber. Number 3 is coming along quite well with a high rate of success and proving to show a noticeable difference in the way people respond to me. Numbers 1 and 4 are proving to be extremely different, running a success rate of about 10%.

    That's all I can think of at the moment.

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      Naked Snake

      I love how you realize this after you killed your swimmers. Good going, AndrewB.

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  15. Yeah, the SKS was fucked up, so I decided to get one of the new Saiga 5.45x39 AK rifles, basically an AK-74 / AK-105 rifle.



    It's the one on the bottom. It's gonna look vaguely like the one on the top.

  16. Yes, yes, the good news is a new gun, but the bad news it also didn't work properly when I test-fired it :( So I took it back, they're repairing it for free. It was jamming every 8th round. Anyway, they'll gimme a call when it's up and running again. I did manage to take some pics of it before I test-fired it.

    It's a Yugoslavian 59/66 SKS, semi-automatic 7.62x39 carbine, fixed 10 round magazine. The sucker on the end is a Goddamn grenade launcher, shoots standard 22mm NATO rifle grenades ;-P It also has a folding bayonet.





    Though it's Yugoslavian-made, the SKS is Russian-designed, thus I have an example of all three of the most widely-fielded Russian-designed arms in the world, the Mosin-Nagant (top), SKS (middle) and AK (bottom).

    The SKS and AK-47 I have share the same 7.62x39 ammunition, but the design is completely different from the AK-47. I can't wait to get it back and in working condition.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Super Jamie said:

      Nice collection! Do you compete in sport shooting or go hunting?

      I used to be rad at Free Pistol target shooting.


      I mostly just own guns for plinking and because I like the engineering behind firearms. They're interesting machines, they have shaped the face of the world, for better and worse, they have gained independence for people across the world and maintain peace in nations across this globe.

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  17. Yes, yes, the good news is a new gun, but the bad news it also didn't work properly when I test-fired it :( So I took it back, they're repairing it for free. It was jamming every 8th round. Anyway, they'll gimme a call when it's up and running again. I did manage to take some pics of it before I test-fired it.

    It's a Yugoslavian 59/66 SKS, semi-automatic 7.62x39 carbine, fixed 10 round magazine. The sucker on the end is a Goddamn grenade launcher, shoots standard 22mm NATO rifle grenades ;-P It also has a folding bayonet.





    Though it's Yugoslavian-made, the SKS is Russian-designed, thus I have an example of all three of the most widely-fielded Russian-designed arms in the world, the Mosin-Nagant (top), SKS (middle) and AK (bottom).

    The SKS and AK-47 I have share the same 7.62x39 ammunition, but the design is completely different from the AK-47. I can't wait to get it back and in working condition.

  18. Yes, yes, the good news is a new gun, but the bad news it also didn't work properly when I test-fired it :( So I took it back, they're repairing it for free. It was jamming every 8th round. Anyway, they'll gimme a call when it's up and running again. I did manage to take some pics of it before I test-fired it.

    It's a Yugoslavian 59/66 SKS, semi-automatic 7.62x39 carbine, fixed 10 round magazine. The sucker on the end is a Goddamn grenade launcher, shoots standard 22mm NATO rifle grenades ;-P It also has a folding bayonet.





    Though it's Yugoslavian-made, the SKS is Russian-designed, thus I have an example of all three of the most widely-fielded Russian-designed arms in the world, the Mosin-Nagant (top), SKS (middle) and AK (bottom).

    The SKS and AK-47 I have share the same 7.62x39 ammunition, but the design is completely different from the AK-47. I can't wait to get it back and in working condition.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Danarchy said:

      I bet Obama messed with your firing mechanism. Personally.

      Anyway,

      *PBF comic*


      I made this thread specifically so you could post that image :-D

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  19. Yes, yes, the good news is a new gun, but the bad news it also didn't work properly when I test-fired it :( So I took it back, they're repairing it for free. It was jamming every 8th round. Anyway, they'll gimme a call when it's up and running again. I did manage to take some pics of it before I test-fired it.

    It's a Yugoslavian 59/66 SKS, semi-automatic 7.62x39 carbine, fixed 10 round magazine. The sucker on the end is a Goddamn grenade launcher, shoots standard 22mm NATO rifle grenades ;-P It also has a folding bayonet.





    Though it's Yugoslavian-made, the SKS is Russian-designed, thus I have an example of all three of the most widely-fielded Russian-designed arms in the world, the Mosin-Nagant (top), SKS (middle) and AK (bottom).

    The SKS and AK-47 I have share the same 7.62x39 ammunition, but the design is completely different from the AK-47. I can't wait to get it back and in working condition.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Creaphis said:

      That's still friendlier than I expected. If all conditions were met what exactly could you do with the grenades? Shoot them at firing ranges? Defend the homestead? :)


      You would need to take them to a range that is allowed to and capable of safely firing "Destructive Devices".

      Also, it's not "friendly", the process puts you under quite intense scrutiny, obviously.

      I walked away with the rifle, from handling it to paying for it, in about 20 mins or so :-P

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  20. Yes, yes, the good news is a new gun, but the bad news it also didn't work properly when I test-fired it :( So I took it back, they're repairing it for free. It was jamming every 8th round. Anyway, they'll gimme a call when it's up and running again. I did manage to take some pics of it before I test-fired it.

    It's a Yugoslavian 59/66 SKS, semi-automatic 7.62x39 carbine, fixed 10 round magazine. The sucker on the end is a Goddamn grenade launcher, shoots standard 22mm NATO rifle grenades ;-P It also has a folding bayonet.





    Though it's Yugoslavian-made, the SKS is Russian-designed, thus I have an example of all three of the most widely-fielded Russian-designed arms in the world, the Mosin-Nagant (top), SKS (middle) and AK (bottom).

    The SKS and AK-47 I have share the same 7.62x39 ammunition, but the design is completely different from the AK-47. I can't wait to get it back and in working condition.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Creaphis said:

      I'm going to guess that you can't legally acquire grenades for it.


      Yes, if I felt like paying a $200 tax per grenade, if I could actually find a supplier, and I'd have to be in one of the few states where said grenades are legal.

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  21. Yes, yes, the good news is a new gun, but the bad news it also didn't work properly when I test-fired it :( So I took it back, they're repairing it for free. It was jamming every 8th round. Anyway, they'll gimme a call when it's up and running again. I did manage to take some pics of it before I test-fired it.

    It's a Yugoslavian 59/66 SKS, semi-automatic 7.62x39 carbine, fixed 10 round magazine. The sucker on the end is a Goddamn grenade launcher, shoots standard 22mm NATO rifle grenades ;-P It also has a folding bayonet.





    Though it's Yugoslavian-made, the SKS is Russian-designed, thus I have an example of all three of the most widely-fielded Russian-designed arms in the world, the Mosin-Nagant (top), SKS (middle) and AK (bottom).

    The SKS and AK-47 I have share the same 7.62x39 ammunition, but the design is completely different from the AK-47. I can't wait to get it back and in working condition.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Szymanski said:

      Happy burfday. Can you have these on display or do they need to safely stowed away?


      Thanks :-D

      I can leave them in my closet if I so wished, even loaded, however I do own a gun safe that I do keep my firearms secured in. I don't keep them loaded, either.

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  22. I'm getting divorced, and it's the most horrible thing that's ever happened to me. To say that I feel horrible would be an understatement. She wants custody of our daughter, too, which just makes it worse. That's what hurts most, too. She won't even let me see her. None of your probably care, but I just need to vent.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Seriously, stand up and fight for your kid, we're all rooting for you.

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  23. http://www.soulsphere.org/toke/

    Plz 2 help, fellows?

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Mechadon said:

      ...you guys aren't talking about the maps I worked on, are you? I didn't touch the layouts of either maps from the base that I worked on. Hopefully what detailing I did didn't alter them in any adverse way either...I hope :(. But if something isn't matching up with the original, I will certainly go back and make any necessary changes.


      He's talking about an elevator I made from an existing sector.

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  24. http://www.soulsphere.org/toke/

    Plz 2 help, fellows?

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Come on motherfuckers, help out. Mech is doing some cool shit.

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  25. The count on that ammo can is correct and those magazines hold 30 rounds.

    1. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Dr. Zin said:

      The future of the AK is here, and it is calling your name, BBG.


      Bleh, no thank you.

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