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New high power just dropped

https://fnamerica.com/highpower/
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ITS HERE: new hi point finally arrive

Cangen / Canada General

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Justice for Rodger Edition

New here? Want a firearm license? Read this:
https://pastebin.com/Ndb2jSAu
https://www.howtogetagun.ca/

Tired of jannies not doing their jobs?
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Velocity to Release 6.8TVC – Commercial Version of Next Generation Squad Weapon Ammunition

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https://soldiersystems.net/2022/01/18/true-velocity-to-release-6-8tvc-commercial-version-of-next-generation-squad-weapon-ammunition/

>Stay tuned for announcements from preeminent rifle manufacturers the likes of Beretta, Daniel Defense and Lewis Machine & Tool regarding 6.8TVC-chambered rifles coming to market soon!

Sick. Looks like we're getting civi versions of both Sig and True Velocity (formerly GDs)'s NGSW.
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/ak/ thread - sheriff edition

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>Image Limit Reached
>Last Thread >>51630740
fastest guns in oorai
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Ass rifle general /arg/

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Do you like the Block II? I’m a big GWOT fan. Ever since the release of the 2015 film, Sicario. Before that, I really didn’t understand our Block II program; it was too niche— I felt too intellectual. It was in Sicario that the Block II’s attributes became more apparent. I think the Block II is Daniel Defense's undisputed masterpiece.
It’s an epic meditation on intermediate range capability. At the same time, it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding Block I and the initial concept of the program.
>Christie—take off the robe.
Look at the brilliant ensemble partnering of Colt, Daniel Defense, and Knight's Armament. You can understand the practicality in every nuance of every part.
>Sabrina— remove your dress.
In terms of small arms craftsmanship and sheer ingenuity, this rifle hits a new peak of professionalism.
>Sabrina— why don’t you, uh, dance a little.
Take the designs of the RIS II: in this rail, DD addresses the problems of SOCOM's use. The mounting system is arguably the most stable of the 2000s; both intuitive and precise. The rail is extremely effective. The mounting system as positive and affirmative as, uh, anything I’ve felt on a military rail.
>Christie—get down on your knees so Sabrina can see your asshole.
KAC's solo venture seems to be more commercial, and therefore, more satisfying in a narrower way. Especially things like their complete SR-16 upper assemblies and, uh, their unobtainable rifles.
>Sabrina, don’t just stare at it—eat it.
But I also think KAC works best within the confines of the group than as a solo venture—and I stress the word, “venture.”
This is Matt Graver's DDM4A1 Milspec+ as depicted in the hands of Josh Brolin in “Sicario.” A great, great rifle. A personal favorite.
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Contrarians ruined this board

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>VHS drops
>nitpicking autists find an excuse to bitch about every little detail

>Hi Power remake comes out
>the threads about it are filled with the same nitpicking autists finding excuses to bitch
Fuck you all. Any modern rifle coming in that isn’t another cookie cutter AR is good. Any new production metal frame hammer fired pistol that isn’t another Glock clone is good.
Fuck you all
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Ass rifle general - /arg/

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Do you like the MK12? I’m a big GWOT fan. Ever since the release of the 2013 film, Lone Survivor. Before that, I really didn’t understand our SPR program; it was too niche— I felt too intellectual. It was in Lone Survivor that the MK12’s attributes became more apparent. I think the Mod 1 is the platform’s undisputed masterpiece.
It’s an epic meditation on intermediate range capability. At the same time, it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding Mod 0 and the initial concept of the program.
>Christie—take off the robe.
Look at the brilliant ensemble partnering of Knight’s, Leupold, and PRI. You can understand the practicality in every nuance of every part.
>Sabrina— remove your dress.
In terms of small arms craftsmanship and sheer ingenuity, this rifle hits a new peak of professionalism.
>Sabrina—why don’t you, uh, dance a little.
Take the designs of the Mark 4 scope: in this scope, Leupold addresses the problems of abusive Marine use. The TMR reticle is arguably the most accurate of the 2000s; both intuitive and precise. The scope is extremely effective. The M2 turrets as positive and affirmative as, uh, anything I’ve felt on a military scope.
>Christie—get down on your knees so Sabrina can see your asshole.
PRI’s solo venture seems to be more commercial, and therefore, more satisfying in a narrower way. Especially things like their complete Mod 0 upper assemblies and, uh, their DIY kits.
>Sabrina, don’t just stare at it—eat it.
But I also think PRI works best within the confines of the group than as a solo venture—and I stress the word, “venture.”
This is Marcus Luttrell’s Mk12 as depicted in the hands of Mark Wahlberg in “Lone Survivor.” A great, great rifle. A personal favorite.
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