• No offense to those who got hurt but I need a gun for protection?

    Best answer: Has someone tried to shoot you?
    Best answer: Has someone tried to shoot you?
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Sig Sauer P938 magazine and hammer issues.?

    I have recently purchased a Sig Sauer P938 SAS. This gun came with the extended (+1 Magazine). I went to the range to break it in and had some small issues with it. Upon firing the weapon I believe my pinkie finder is slightly shifting the magazine down which causes the firearm to believe that here is not a... show more
    I have recently purchased a Sig Sauer P938 SAS. This gun came with the extended (+1 Magazine). I went to the range to break it in and had some small issues with it. Upon firing the weapon I believe my pinkie finder is slightly shifting the magazine down which causes the firearm to believe that here is not a magazine inserted. This results in the hammer coming back down after the slide is racked from the previous shot. Is anyone else having this issue?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • I have an American tactical ar15. The other day at the range, a round failed to load fully in chamber.?

    It cycled properly but the round was jammed between the bolt and breach causing the bullet head to be shoved inside the cartridge. What causes this and how can I prevent it from happening again?
    It cycled properly but the round was jammed between the bolt and breach causing the bullet head to be shoved inside the cartridge. What causes this and how can I prevent it from happening again?
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • When holding a hand gun, if I am focused on the hand gun, I see 2 targets, and if I focus on the targets, I see 2 guns, What the hell?

    Best answer: That's because you have two eyes creating two separate perspectives. When you are focusing on something close, in this case the gun sight, the paths between each of your eyes and the sight cross. Extend that line out to the target area and the target will be to the right of the line of sight for your right... show more
    Best answer: That's because you have two eyes creating two separate perspectives. When you are focusing on something close, in this case the gun sight, the paths between each of your eyes and the sight cross. Extend that line out to the target area and the target will be to the right of the line of sight for your right eye and to the left of the line of sight for your left eye, making it look like there are two targets.

    When you focus on something far, in this case the target, the closer object sits right in between the two lines of sight from each of your eyes to the target. The gun is to the right of your left eye's line of sight, and to the left of your right eye's line of sight.

    It's no different than how in your eyes it looks like you have two noses until you cross your eyes so they're both looking at the same nose.
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can a ruger lcp 2 shoot .380 plus p?

    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • What would be a good farm carry edc knife?

    I’d be open to fixed or folding, but I need to be able to abuse it. I wanna pay between $30-$75. My family and I grow cotton. I’m 16 and I’m starting to have to work a lot. We live on an area of woods too where we go camping.
    I’d be open to fixed or folding, but I need to be able to abuse it. I wanna pay between $30-$75. My family and I grow cotton. I’m 16 and I’m starting to have to work a lot. We live on an area of woods too where we go camping.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can I ship a shotgun home from my parent’s estate?

    Best answer: place it in a box unloaded and mail it. its not a hand gun.
    Best answer: place it in a box unloaded and mail it. its not a hand gun.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Would this be a good marksman rifle.?

    Best answer: I have the same set up with suppressor. With a very good scope and with sub-sonic ammo you may be able to get 1/2 inch groups at 50 yards. At that distance you could kill a rabbit or squirrel. If you were very fortunate, at that distance you may be able to kill a "bad guy" with a shot through the ear.... show more
    Best answer: I have the same set up with suppressor. With a very good scope and with sub-sonic ammo you may be able to get 1/2 inch groups at 50 yards. At that distance you could kill a rabbit or squirrel. If you were very fortunate, at that distance you may be able to kill a "bad guy" with a shot through the ear. Possible, but not likely.

    When hunting, I would not hesitate to try and take rabbit at 100 yards. That's because if I miss, the rabbit will not try to kill me.
    At 100 to 200 yards the slow moving bullet would be dropping quickly and buffeted by the slightest breeze.

    The CZ 455 is an excellent and extremely accurate rifle, but the sub-sonic .22 ammo is far too weak to depend on at distance. In an apocalyptic scenario, you could hunt for small game with sub-sonic ammo and no one would know you were even there.
    10 answers · 7 days ago
  • LOOKING FOR A DECENT BOLD ACTION RIFLE FOR A DECENT PRICE.?

    im an avid shooter, but usually just pistols or my AR-15 or occasionally skeet with my old double barrel. the short - im looking for the best new or used rifle for $600 (with a tiny bit of wiggle room) new or used. details- im not made of money, im just a yound machinist trying to make it here in the motor city.... show more
    im an avid shooter, but usually just pistols or my AR-15 or occasionally skeet with my old double barrel. the short - im looking for the best new or used rifle for $600 (with a tiny bit of wiggle room) new or used. details- im not made of money, im just a yound machinist trying to make it here in the motor city. i have enough to fuel my hobbies, but im not going to drop a grand or more on a rifle i take out a couple times a year. im looking for something preferably in .308 (which is very common) bolt action, and accurate enough for novice target shooting and suitable for hunting. i dont expect world class accuracy that is worthy of a champion shooter, i just want a decent gun at a good price. as of now im looking at a savage 12 FV. i hear a lot of good about theese and a little bad, but over all they seem to be a good value. the stock is a big complaint but there is a large aftermarket if i find it intolerable. my local cabellas has one for under 400 (before tax, no glass). this is just one option though, im on here asking to get more input! thank you!
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • I was wondering if anyone has had experience using both the wire flex rods and metal rods for cleaning a gun and which would be best.?

    Best answer: What you want to avoid in a cleaning rod, the kind that screw in together - even in aluminum - they can tear up a barrel. Only Up Side to a metal rod I can see - they are useful if you are firing very light target loads from cast lead - they are good to pound the stuck projectile out. I guess what I am trying... show more
    Best answer: What you want to avoid in a cleaning rod, the kind that screw in together - even in aluminum - they can tear up a barrel.

    Only Up Side to a metal rod I can see - they are useful if you are firing very light target loads from cast lead - they are good to pound the stuck projectile out.

    I guess what I am trying to say, so long as you avoid those take apart compact kits, you will be good. There are allot of nice one piece metal, flex, and carbon fiber products out there.
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Suggestions on 7.62 silencer to get?

    What I’m looking for Price: $1200 or less. Noise reduction: A high level of noise reduction. Size: A larger suppressor that offers more noise reduction. Quality: Higher quality that will last longer. Fully user serviceable: Having a suppressor that you can take apart and clean would be preferable.
    What I’m looking for Price: $1200 or less. Noise reduction: A high level of noise reduction. Size: A larger suppressor that offers more noise reduction. Quality: Higher quality that will last longer. Fully user serviceable: Having a suppressor that you can take apart and clean would be preferable.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can you shoot .22 caliber through a 5.56 barrel?

    Best answer: CMMG makes an AR conversion tat allows you to shoot 22LR in an AR15 chambered for 5.56x45. Although the rifling twist is different in standard 22LR (1:16) and a typical AR is usually 1:7, or 1:8 or 1:9. I have not noticed a huge difference in accuracy when I use mine. The AR I mainly use my CMMG conversion in is a... show more
    Best answer: CMMG makes an AR conversion tat allows you to shoot 22LR in an AR15 chambered for 5.56x45. Although the rifling twist is different in standard 22LR (1:16) and a typical AR is usually 1:7, or 1:8 or 1:9. I have not noticed a huge difference in accuracy when I use mine. The AR I mainly use my CMMG conversion in is a 1:8 twist. I use 40 grain hyper-velocity 22LR ammo and can still get 2 inch groups at 50 yards, That ain't bad at all. Where I see a big difference is at 100 yards. I can still hit a Campbells soup can but not as consistently as I can with a bolt action 22LR rifle with a 1:16 twist.

    If you're really interested read this article for more info and pictures.
    http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2011/...
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to keep my KABAR USMC from rusting ?

    bought a new KABAR, want to keep it rust free. What kind of oils can i use to keep it from rusting that are around the house ?
    bought a new KABAR, want to keep it rust free. What kind of oils can i use to keep it from rusting that are around the house ?
    7 answers · 1 week ago