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Meta Strelok Board owner 08/09/2019 (Fri) 10:12:19 No.8 [Reply] [Last]
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/k/ is dead again...
Seems Julay is back up. For anyone not in the know, /k/ is over on cafe until Julay 2 comes out as it's too unstable here.
>>21555 How is it unstable? SPQR went up the day julay went down.
Is cafe down for anyone else?
>>21564 Yep, me. Hoping it's just server maintenance. The way things are going, we may have to switch to 08chan or something.

Welcome to the former /k/ bunker Strelok Board owner 08/09/2019 (Fri) 10:09:38 No.6 [Reply] [Last]
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Could I Have a Full AR Upper Shipped to My House? Strelok 07/12/2020 (Sun) 16:49:41 No.21592 [Reply] [Last]
I'm in the USA. I want to order an upper receiver from Bravo Company, and have it shipped to my grandmother's house. I'm just wondering if the mailman would make my grandmother sign any papers. I live in an apartment, and I don't think it would be a good idea to have such a thing shipped somewhere where it would be more likely to be stolen. Not only that, but I always worry that the mailman will drop the package off at the wrong apartment, not be able to find my apartment, and hold onto the package at the post office, or something worse. By the way, this will be my first AR-15. I'm planning on buying a lower receiver at my local gun store. Any advice would be appreciated. I guess I'd also need to order the upper along with a bolt carrier group and charging handle. https://bravocompanyusa.com/bcm-mk2-bfh-14-5-mid-length-enhanced-light-weight-upper-receiver-group-w-qrf-12-handguard/

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Building a small shooting range, need suggestions Strelok 07/06/2020 (Mon) 18:49:50 No.21588 [Reply] [Last]
I just moved out to a promising property. I have a large and steep hill on it which would be an excellent backdrop for a small range. Planning on shooting pistols, 22lr, shotgun, and close quarters AR. No, I don't own anything impressive, just decent stuff. I have about 40-50 yards and about a 90 degree spread, with different elevation levels (up the hill.) I plan on building a shooting table as well. I need suggestions on targets. preferably inexpensive DIY reusable (i dont want to shoot bottles, would prefer to keep it clean) if anyone can suggest target holder designs, or maybe a way to make or buy iron targets (i would like a report to confirm my shot) please make suggestions. or whatever you find useful. hoping to hear from someone with their own range that shoots often. Would like a mini hickok45 setup basically. Thanks in advance!
Old tires with plates hanging from them, dug halfway to ground to keep it upright? Or just old tires? I guess if you stacked enough tires you could make a sort of a scarecrow out of them with plates hanging from arms at different heights. There probably wouldn't be all that much to clean, other than pieces of rubber, but sure would be better than having broken glass everywhere.

Mounting a BULLHORN Strelok 07/07/2020 (Tue) 05:08:34 No.21590 [Reply] [Last]
How would one mount a bullhorn on a firearm w/ pic rail (eg an AR or whatever)? The reason is that niggers use bullhorns when they chimpout, so we need a way to clearly communicate our demand that they leave our white private property. Most bullhorns arn't black or camouflaged either, probably easiest to wrap them in some camouflage duct tape, as spraypaint might not stick.

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Fitness and Fight Conditioning Strelok 06/26/2020 (Fri) 06:11:17 No.21582 [Reply] [Last]
Hello! There is so much of info on munitions. Yet, I couldn't find any proper info on fitness. A few months ago, I came across a txt file by the name "Iron hands", and the concept in there is pretty crude, and does the job even. So, grabbing onto that motivation, I am looking forward to a guide to be hand to hand combat ready. For, a skinny guy, with improper physical fitness, Can you suggest me a source/guide, to be battle ready? Like, some sort of reflex conditioning that I can work on, everyday, so as to be able to defend myself if someone attacks me. Thank you..
>>21583 Thank you.. Guia street book, isn't in english, so, the pictorial depictions are of much help. While, the Muay Thai is the opposite, and has only step by step guide, and the author asks to train with a partner.. No problem, thank you very much!
Macro fitness is more important than skills. It's only when you are physically fit that investing in combat skills is worthwhile. You could do both- it's just about time. I just got the boot camp manual in PDF and do that, it's probably not the best but it works towards measured fitness standards.
>>21585 Got you!
OP, it used to be skinny, meek, and got picked on/beat up a lot, so I know where you're coming from. I think there's 3 components to it: physical fitness, actual training, and mental attitude. >fitness There's millions of plans out there for you to choose from. I like a mix of powerlifting, work with weights to strengthen mobility and overall strength and flexibility, and cardio, but that's up to you. I think the biggest thing to focus on is cardio. You don't have to be strong to win a fight, but you will need endurance. Ideally you'd train both long-range (think running 5 miles) AND intense but short training (think sprint cycling). Essentially you want to train your lungs to be able to hold more air/ use it better so you don't get winded fast. For strength, I'd say to focus on more compound movements, and especially more "crossfit-style" stuff, like kettle bell work. This will help to build full body strength as well as balance and use of your body. >actual training Pick a discipline, learn it, practice it, and stick with it. The most popular ones are brazilian jiu jitsu for ground work and either boxing, kickboxing, or muy thai for striking. What's important is to learn how to use your body, not your strength, to deliver blows. >mindset You'll develop this from doing the former two. Learn to walk with your chest out, learn to handle verbal confrontation, and trust that you can fall back on your skills if those fail.

webm thread Strelok 08/18/2019 (Sun) 22:57:27 No.459 [Reply] [Last]
I have noticed some anons want to get a webm thread going but are currently unable to do it themselves so here you go, It's time for me to stop lurking and actually contribute to one of my favorite boards.
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>>515 >nobody cares about the big horned sheep Beautiful
>>2594 People don't seem to get how thermals actually work. Thermal cameras detect changes in thermal signature just as they would detect motion through standard cameras. You can see in this footage they are the only thing in the Forrest more than 10 degrees. You would practically be able to make a cover for a foxhole or trench and that would work very well. If you were defending an area you would be better with a thermal decoy, heater, battery, timer, raincoats sewn together. What upsets them is a background with a varied thermal signature- practically this means terrain with variable thermal mass. That could be achieved by positioning stones

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Strelok 06/07/2020 (Sun) 22:17:45 No.21577 [Reply] [Last]
How 2 go about getting a high capacity mag if I live in a state where they're banned completely? NY state is garbage but I managed to get a setup with detachable mags. Just unsure of how to procure something better than 10 round capacity. Ideas? It's kinda fucking stupid that I can own a rifle et al. but I can only have 10 motherfucking rounds
Go for a drive? In most of the country you can walk into any sporting goods store and buy standard cap mags with no id.

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Strange and Curious Firearms: Fuck your fingers edition Strelok 08/10/2019 (Sat) 16:53:10 No.126 [Reply] [Last]
I'll start with the

You probably have heard of the Type 94 Nambu pistol, infamously known as the"Suicide Special" with the exposed sear (it's a feature t.Nambu), but there is a far more sinister and curious Japanese pistol that is rarely talked about.
The Hino M1908 pistol was a blow-forward operated, semi-automatic pistol chambered in 8mm Nambu, .32 ACP, and .25 ACP. The 8mm chambering was later dropped as the cartridge proved too powerful for the design. All known sources state that between 8 to 15 rounds could be held. Now, a blow-forward operated pistol is rare for sure but don't make me explain the specifics of it, since I'm no-funs except for airshit. My basic understanding of the operation is that it functions like a complex open bolt self-loading slam fire weapon.
The blow-forward operation allowed for the gun to be loaded just by flicking it forwards, thus it is one of the few examples of a firearm that is capable of being operated by a single hand.

The gun itself is highly simple and uses few parts, as shown in the diagram. It is one of the few truly symmetrical firearms out there, as there are no mechanisms on either side of the gun. The safety comes in the form of a grip safety which resembles the grip safety on the Nambu Type 14 pistol, but by all accounts this gun was reliably unsafe.
Here are some reasons why...
>The Hino is an open-bolt, fixed firing-pin, blow forward gun, thus cocking the pistol traditionally (racking that slide) requires you to pull on the barrel. This potentially exposes your body parts over the muzzle, especially in high stress conditions; should you catch a piece of clothing or anything on the sear, the barrel could potentially retract, chamber a round, and spring can fire the round by pushing the round on to the fixed firing pin. One oopsie, and you've got an unintended discharge that could very well end with a lost finger or a new hole in your palm.
>The manual states the above as a glaring issue, and advises users to flick the gun forwards and load it using the inertia of the long barrel
>To safely unload a chambered round, one must retain the barrel while he decocks the trigger (i.e. pressing it down), slightly pull back on the barrel (which if you do this too hard, you've unintentionally discharged à la slamfire style) and pull forward the barrel. This is issue was seemingly rectified in some later American models which seemingly allowed for a 2-position firing pin.
>The safety feature of this gun is a grip safety only. That is usually not optimal, it's seen in some guns like the H&K P7; but in the Hino M1908's case, the gun doesn't have a trigger guard. Should one holster the firearm loaded in a manner so that the grip safety and trigger was depressed, it would unintentionally discharge.
>Since the disconnector and sear were incorporated into the trigger as a single piece, not depressing the trigger enough or not being snappy with the trigger would [classical mechanics in Japanese] and cause the Hino to fire in full-auto
>The inventor of the gun Hino Kumazo suffered two wounds directly from this firearm. First he accidentally shot his left thumb off after trying to load the thing, and the second time, he was accidentally shot in the back by his gunsmith, exiting through his abdomen. He survived these wounds, and survived the firebombing of Tokyo which burnt down a lot of important files about Kumazo's invention's and catalogs of his firearm, but he died of malnutrition, a broke man, in 1946.
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>>126 this is a really fascinating design does anyone think it would be a good design to copy like any jap weapon it should be easy to make, eh
>>17561 It'd be a terrible idea to make an exact copy, unless by 'copy', you mean 'make a superior version of', in which case you'd basically be making a Luger.
>>18003 The Luger is a far cry from a blow-forward design, and it doesn't have a monopoly on this kind of grip. https://invidio.us/watch?v=F1ElpucXu6A https://invidio.us/watch?v=oUWpWaJrJp https://invidio.us/watch?v=TuBt5qEwggQ
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>>342 Tell me about the M14K.

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Movie thread Strelok 01/06/2020 (Mon) 18:06:59 No.3986 [Reply] [Last]
Post and talk about movies, and assemble movie nights. This one is Kommando 52 which documents a German mercenary band in the Congo, https://mega.nz/#!elpDTKSC!dJn4fI-va3BAFp4H2lcyM4sg_qXNvYWTO5iVkPZb0_o.
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>>21461 Never used any sharing hub or been to share threads, I wouldn't know where to go for the link.
>>20755 >men constantly fucked up over the dumbest shit(nonchalantly let the mujaheddins got a jump on both the tanks and destroyed one, accidentally shot off the RPG, rested the tank right over the convenient cliff for the rebel to get a jump on again, tank constantly failed because the smart main character wasn't there to fix it for them,... ) >Russian men are total coward, everyone but the main character(who hates the Russian crews) is either totally nut or degenerate >sandniggers are wise and courageous people >women out of everyone could finish the tank >tough commander killed by a bunch of women screeching in oversized rags throwing rock This movie is America propaganda. Not a bad movie, but obviously shitty propaganda. I recommend pic related, from rotten tomato >A minimalist study in maximum violence, Gianfranco Rosi's El Sicario Room 164 offers viewers the rare chance to meet a Mexican narco hitman and to live to tell the tale Very powerful film, I wept at the end when the dude broke down and cried for god. Not to be confused with Sicario, your shitty kikelywood blockbuster. The entire movie is just him monologuing about his job and his life. It's pretty hard to find a watchable version for the film, I had to download the broken subtitle from some sketchy website and you have to change the subtitle speed to match with the voice.
>>21466 https://mega.nz/file/vwxFBTrQ#VViUGM8kUx17YsfAJFbCI838eOjqbTRFw-mwx98ORkg
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>>21436 >>21466 Pathetic.
>>20612 >das boot Came here to post this

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