Message from Whitecheese in Anticom #general
Also I'm not buying a fucking HBAR
Is an hbar legal in MD? How is that not an "assault weapon"
Don't fucking know.
Why not get a garand? Word is CMP will be getting some from flipland soon.
Also I'm a poor fag, I just spend money repairing an old dual trace oscilloscope.
Get that delicious ping action
Yeah, I do like Garands, next surp would probably be a K98k since I heard zipperheads are bringing some in with Garands and muh Nazi aesthetic.
My buddy bought one a year or so ago, I think his was around 650
The garand that is
I've looked at some and they seem to go for around 750 now.
The flip shipment may result in lowering of the price.
on the lighter side of things, some people apparently thought he was denying the gas chambers existed
All though i just spent most of my money on an oscilloscope, two magnetrons and some Microwave RF parts. Hopefully I can get a rudimentary radar up and running soon.
If you're strapped for cash, and need a gun I'd refer to my earlier post and get a hi point carbine.
I've got a nugget now
They get shit on a lot but they work, they have a lifetime warranty, and they're cheap.
Nugget ain't exactly a home defense gun
Even the hi point handguns work, they're just big and ugly.
I dunno, just saying highpoint puts a bad taste in my mouth.
When you're strapped for cash, that is honestly the best option in my opinion.
Gun go boom boom
You could get a makarov for a little bit more though.
Depends on your budget.
I've got an FL Selbstadler so I'm not super concerned with surp pistols.
That'd be an interesting gun to stop a home invasion with.
Yeah, but it's better than a nugget.
7.65 is a pretty hot cartridge though, so I'd be a little nervous about over penetration.
It uses 7.65x25 right?
7.65 Browning so basically .32 acp
Or sorry, is .32 acp.
Oh, I'm mistaken then.
It's definitely not what anyone would consider a hot cartridge.
After the first 100 rounds the Hi-Point becomes an extremely ugly yet functionable gun
I have a pretty decent armament of improvised weaponry though. Possibly a lot more fun to stop a home invasion with.
I think I'd stick with the off brand FN
.32 acp isn't really optimal, but it definitely beats nothing.
Home insurance covers bullet damage, anyone breaks in I have an excuse to remodel