Grendel P-10

A small polymer pistol that has an odd characteristic; it’s a top loading, stripper clip fed semi-auto with no detachable magazine. Chambered in .380 ACP, it would be a decent concealed carry option if it wasn’t for it’s lack of a standard magazine. The Grendel P-12 is the other model that actually uses a detachable magazine. (GRH)

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6.5 Grendel

A custom built AR-15 in a caliber that has slowly been gaining in popularity. 6.5 Grendel has even been adapted for use in some AK rifles. If I had one criticism of the rifle in the photos, it’s the “skull” finish on the upper and lower receivers. If it was a matte stainless finish like the barrel, then the two-tone appearance might sell it faster. As it stands, this ones been on an auction site for a while. (GRH)

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Pointless?

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Regarding the news article of an anti-gun advocate who decided to own a gun after being beaten to a pulp and having his wife raped…

grinder-bill said: I honestly don’t see how having a gun in a situation where both of your assailants already have a gun pointed at you would help anything.

I’m somewhat inclined to believe this is either an angry fedora wearing troll who relies on godly martial art skills or a thick skulled anti-gun individual who clearly has no understanding of the subject at hand. Maybe a combination of both.

You say you don’t see the point of having a gun when you’re assailants have guns too. It’s called self defense and not being helpless. You’re under the assumption that complying with criminals will automatically mean they won’t harm you and leave after taking your stuff…or raping you or your loved ones.

Any intelligent person knows that is a delusional, imaginary world where all criminals mean no harm.

80-Year-Old Shoots an Kills Armed Intruder in Chicago

Resident Beaten by Armed Intruders but Manages to get his AK and Kill 1, other 2 Flee

Man Awoken by Sounds of a Forced Entry, Grabs Handgun and Confronts and Kills an Armed Intruder

I could list thousands more examples of armed citizens confronting armed intruders and successfully defending themselves, their family, their property or even complete strangers.

I also noticed the pathetic little hash tag you used for your post; # other than being a big dick.

Since we’re going into sexual innuendos, a gun is like a condom. I’d rather have one and not need it, than need it and not have one.

So, if me having a gun to defend myself or my family and friends makes me a “big dick”, then okay, cause big dicks will fuck you up.

Oh, and if you’re wondering what it looks like to have a scenario where you’re about to have a gun pointed in your face AND how having your own gun CAN make a difference, refer to the gif below.

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RPD

The Russian light machine gun chambered in 7.62x39mm, it would later be replaced by the RPK. Several U.S companies have offered semi-auto RPD’s on the market; either with new manufactured receivers or rewelds. Unlike the M249, the RPD uses non-disintegrating links. (GRH)

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“I didn’t want a gun. I specifically didn’t want one,” Dittrich said. “I was very much opposed to hav[ing] one, and I guess I got the realization that the police really can’t protect you. They can respond, and they can protect you once they get there. But, you’re on your own.”

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Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan

Available in 3 different calibers; .44 Magnum, .480 Ruger and .454 Casull, the Alaskan model of the Super Redhawk is what would be called a “Bear Gun”. Generally if you’re out in bear country; whether you’re walking your dog, fishing or camping, having a compact but heavy caliber sidearm that can stop a charging bear would be better option over carrying 9mm or 40 S&W. (GRH)

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A member of the German Special Forces Kommando Spezialkräfte (KSK) performing drills with an HK G36K. (Photo: Sascha Baumann)

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Bullpup Rifles (Semi)

Either you love them or hate them, the bullpup design on the market offer both advantages and disadvantages. It eventually boils down to individual shooter preference, which holds true for any firearm. There are also various chassis or kit options to convert other rifles or shotguns into bullpups, but the ones posted above started off life as one, rather than turning into one. Most if not all should be familiar to any gun enthusiast.

  • MAS .223 (very rare civilian FAMAS)
  • Steyr AUG CQB
  • FN FS2000
  • IMI TAR-21
  • FN PS90
  • Steyr AUG
  • Kel-Tec RFB
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Taurus Raging Thirty

In production for only 1 year, this is one of the harder to find Raging Bull models. They were only available in a 10” long non-ported barrel. It’s closest rival was the Ruger Blackhawk, which was also available in .30 Carbine. (GRH)

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Kel-Tec KSG

12 gauge bullpup shotgun made in the U.S, some say the design was influenced by the South African Neostead. When they first hit the market in extremely limited numbers, people looking to be the first to own one shelled out upwards of $1,500+ for one. Now you can get the KSG in different colors, hopefully with all the issues fixed, for around $800~. (GRH)

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