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This blog is mainly about firearms and firearm history. Touch of vidya and other tidbits too. If you are easily off-put by people owning, firing, or safely handling guns, then please keep your comments to yourself, thank you!

-Drew

I’m thankful my childhood was filled with cuts and bruises and brown brown and blood diamonds from playing outside and landmines instead of apps and how many damn likes you get on a picture

— 3 hours ago with 36 notes
iaintshootinmister:

45-70govt:

Here’s an interesting piece of mid-coldwar tech, The Brunswick RAW.
According to this small arms encyclopedia, the rifleman’s assault weapon was the last reworking of the rifle grenades, popular during WWII and later. Until the advent of the now standard 40mm under barrel grenade launcher, several prototype grenade devices were created. The RAW was apparently capable of firing up to an astounding 2 kilometers, but was only accurate up to 200 meters.

Which book do you have, b/c I’m almost positive I have the same one. Complete with cartoon stylized graphics and pass aggressive racism/nationalism

Nah, no cartoons in this one. It’s just called the encyclopedia of small arms, and it’s not mine, a friend sent it to my uncle while we were in town when he heard I was coming.

iaintshootinmister:

45-70govt:

Here’s an interesting piece of mid-coldwar tech, The Brunswick RAW.

According to this small arms encyclopedia, the rifleman’s assault weapon was the last reworking of the rifle grenades, popular during WWII and later. Until the advent of the now standard 40mm under barrel grenade launcher, several prototype grenade devices were created. The RAW was apparently capable of firing up to an astounding 2 kilometers, but was only accurate up to 200 meters.

Which book do you have, b/c I’m almost positive I have the same one. Complete with cartoon stylized graphics and pass aggressive racism/nationalism

Nah, no cartoons in this one. It’s just called the encyclopedia of small arms, and it’s not mine, a friend sent it to my uncle while we were in town when he heard I was coming.

— 17 hours ago with 44 notes
Here’s a photo of an actual Brunswick RAW.
After some research I’ve found that although it was developed in 77, it didn’t see any use until the 90s. Also, soldiers dubbed it the Softball from hell and it could rip through 20cm of steel and was supposedly designed to hit moving targets in urban environments.

Here’s a photo of an actual Brunswick RAW.

After some research I’ve found that although it was developed in 77, it didn’t see any use until the 90s. Also, soldiers dubbed it the Softball from hell and it could rip through 20cm of steel and was supposedly designed to hit moving targets in urban environments.

— 18 hours ago with 73 notes
#guns 

sirhobbesy:

Remove the violence against women in media. Glorify the violence against all those who break apart Yugoslavia.

(via victran)

— 18 hours ago with 109 notes
I also want to note that this small arms encyclopedia is so passive aggressively racist towards Israel, Brazil, and China that it is an absolute joy to read.

And before you ask, it was written and published in Canada.

I also want to note that this small arms encyclopedia is so passive aggressively racist towards Israel, Brazil, and China that it is an absolute joy to read.

And before you ask, it was written and published in Canada.

— 18 hours ago with 19 notes

Bunswick was that weird kid who ate paste in the corner of Eugene Stoner’s engineering course. Sure he passed, but the end result was an under barrel fish bowl that could fire 2 kilos away but was only accurate to 1/10 of that distance.

— 18 hours ago with 6 notes

freexcitizen:

Somebody come sit on my lap and let me read to you about the militarization of the police.

Bae…

(via onegoodman)

— 18 hours ago with 52 notes
Here’s an interesting piece of mid-coldwar tech, The Brunswick RAW.

According to this small arms encyclopedia, the rifleman’s assault weapon was the last reworking of the rifle grenades, popular during WWII and later. Until the advent of the now standard 40mm under barrel grenade launcher, several prototype grenade devices were created. The RAW was apparently capable of firing up to an astounding 2 kilometers, but was only accurate up to 200 meters.

Here’s an interesting piece of mid-coldwar tech, The Brunswick RAW.

According to this small arms encyclopedia, the rifleman’s assault weapon was the last reworking of the rifle grenades, popular during WWII and later. Until the advent of the now standard 40mm under barrel grenade launcher, several prototype grenade devices were created. The RAW was apparently capable of firing up to an astounding 2 kilometers, but was only accurate up to 200 meters.

— 18 hours ago with 44 notes
#guns  #gun control  #gunblr  #gunblr community  #anal warfare 

watching escape from new york

were there just not AR handguards in the futuristic year of 1997?

— 20 hours ago with 13 notes

dutchster:

*at a casino*
do you guys accept livestock?
you bet your ass we do

The Ultralux

(via russkisov)

— 1 day ago with 987 notes

cerebralzero:

VICE: Superpower for Hire: Rise of the Private Military

interesting to watch but there was also a lot of bullshit.

Much like the advent of drone technology, I feel the modern day usage of PMCs could be used effectively to help the people, and not just the ruling party. Unfortunately no one does this in the style of Libertatia/MSF, but I wonder if a “state” like that will ever come to be.

— 1 day ago with 60 notes
awildholler:

Sweet corn, grown with no pesticides or herbicides. My field is never tilled. I cover it with horse manure compost every fall, and I cover that with straw. When I weed it by hand, the weeds are left to decompose right in place as a mulch. Squash and beans grow alongside the corn, and everything is planted by hand.
It can be done. We don’t need Monsanto. We need human labor right there, side by side with the plants. We don’t need massive petroleum powered agriculture, we need people working small horticultural plots, gaining knowledge of their specific land and it’s needs. Our land needs to be enclosed by wild space, fecund and full of birds, and bats, and insects, and snakes, and turtles, and all of the other beings that make an ecosystem function.
We can make a desert of the earth in an attempt to get high yields of low quality crops so a few corporations can temporarily get great financial returns, or we can have people spend their days bringing their food into existence, getting in touch with their bio regions, and building healthy soil and ecosystems for generations to come.
It can be done.

awildholler:

Sweet corn, grown with no pesticides or herbicides. My field is never tilled. I cover it with horse manure compost every fall, and I cover that with straw. When I weed it by hand, the weeds are left to decompose right in place as a mulch. Squash and beans grow alongside the corn, and everything is planted by hand.

It can be done. We don’t need Monsanto. We need human labor right there, side by side with the plants. We don’t need massive petroleum powered agriculture, we need people working small horticultural plots, gaining knowledge of their specific land and it’s needs. Our land needs to be enclosed by wild space, fecund and full of birds, and bats, and insects, and snakes, and turtles, and all of the other beings that make an ecosystem function.

We can make a desert of the earth in an attempt to get high yields of low quality crops so a few corporations can temporarily get great financial returns, or we can have people spend their days bringing their food into existence, getting in touch with their bio regions, and building healthy soil and ecosystems for generations to come.

It can be done.

(via anarcho-bootyist)

— 1 day ago with 660 notes

sixpointfivemm:

The M16A2 SBR. The reactions are because of how unbelievably loud it is indoors.

bruh

— 1 day ago with 16 notes