Gun talk thread for gun dolor lumbar cronico enthusiasts – page 2

I’ll start with a question: any of you own or have shot a .300 blackout – either in AR15 platform or otherwise? I’m seriously thinking about getting a complete .300 upper barrel assembly and magazines for my AR15 I’m building up rather seriously in terms of quality and dolor lumbar cronico cost. The .300 blackout basically in the intermediary between the .223 and the .308. Basically it is a .308 short. Shorter cartridge, lower velocity but bigger and heavier bullet. Faster isn’t always better for a bullet. Good enough is good enough and from videos I’ve seen it is a devastating round into gel – designed to release all its energy on impact – but also eliminating penetrating thru walls, your neighbor’s house etc – and significantly less recoil and volume of the report (not as low) than a .308 NATO. It would take all of 2 minutes to switch between dolor lumbar cronico .223 and .300 blackout, provided each has its own zeroed in sights. An easy cheap upgrade of mine has extended stainless steel dolor lumbar cronico pins to remove and replace the upper assembly. Anyone of you ever shot a .300 blackout? Is the .223 so good it offers no meaningful benefit? Thoughts?I always ask what would the new addition’s purpose, does it fill a niche or is it more for dolor lumbar cronico ‘pride of show’.

I’ve used pretty much every convolution of the AR platform dolor lumbar cronico to include the super weights. I get the sense you want to use this rifle dolor lumbar cronico in home defense. Even with my strong AR back round and very new dolor lumbar cronico to serious pistol usage (we joked the 1911 was what you threw as you dolor lumbar cronico dove for a REAL weapon) I prefer a pistol to a carbine in the home. I see the blackout as the AR answer to the dolor lumbar cronico AK. Some texans can hunt at night with NVD’s, suppressors, and swear by the blackout on feral hogs using the dolor lumbar cronico AR platform.

I love the feel in my hands of a classic dolor lumbar cronico AR-15 – that triangular handguard turns me on. But I’m tall and the vietnam era stock is a little dolor lumbar cronico short. Some of the old fals have a similar shape, but are heavy. I’ve never fired or owned one, just copped a feel.

Otherwise I digs me my aks: 47s, 74s – no fancy rails and stuff, just classic cold war stuff.I have a lot of military firearms and had a dolor lumbar cronico mini 14 (got rid of it but bought another) and a microtech 5.56 bullpup (42 round mag) – but never had an AR – 10 or 15. They look too military and too scary. My concern was if I ever did have to shoot dolor lumbar cronico someone and had to appear before a jury over it, some of the women – particularly young women who know nothing of guns nor ever dolor lumbar cronico touched one – and some of the old women on the jury who dolor lumbar cronico are afraid in life in general – might see me as some crazy wacko terrorist type – while a mini 14 will do EXACTLY the same thing.

However, a couple weeks ago I bought a basic used AR15, checked it out, fired it – and truly LIKE it. It is a brilliant, absolutely brilliant design by every measure. The bullet is small, but the recoil is light and it’d get any job done for anything here. Incredibly easy to take down. Massive selection of ways to customize it. So I promptly traded it and some cash for a dolor lumbar cronico new custom build with a lot of nice stuff on dolor lumbar cronico it – and have ordered everything form THE best trigger group, butt stock, grip, different extensions, flash cans and other extras – including for where the stuff on it is all upgrade dolor lumbar cronico – I am upgrading it more to exactly as I want dolor lumbar cronico it.

Amazingly, merely by changing the upper barrel assembly and magazines, it can be converted to different ammo and caliber in dolor lumbar cronico about 2 minutes – if you are being leisurely about it. I never thought I would like an AR15 this much. Yes, I wish it looked like my mini 14 – truly a good rifle – but it can’t be done. Put wood stocks on it and it looks like an dolor lumbar cronico AK to non-gun people.

Personally, I don’t care for aks, but that is sense impression. I know they are one of the best semi-auto military rifles ever made and many benefits, but I don’t like they feel, look and their action seems crude as does the rifle dolor lumbar cronico itself. But again, nothing wrong with an AK47 or others similar. Had a few of those chinese AK-like rifles the USA was flooded with years ago – $100 new including shovel bayonet. Fired fine. But just too crude for my tastes, though it would make a great don’t worry about forgetting it in the boat and rusting dolor lumbar cronico up a bit type gun.

I’ve used pretty much every convolution of the AR platform dolor lumbar cronico to include the super weights. I get the sense you want to use this rifle dolor lumbar cronico in home defense. Even with my strong AR back round and very new dolor lumbar cronico to serious pistol usage (we joked the 1911 was what you threw as you dolor lumbar cronico dove for a REAL weapon) I prefer a pistol to a carbine in the home. I see the blackout as the AR answer to the dolor lumbar cronico AK. Some texans can hunt at night with NVD’s, suppressors, and swear by the blackout on feral hogs using the dolor lumbar cronico AR platform.

But many AR owners are like some women- the women collect shoes- these guys collect AR uppers…. I actually do have a reason to consider one. A fragmentary round is made of it. The reason given is that with its lower velocity than dolor lumbar cronico a .308 and that it will break apart, the bullet will not go thru walls. Rather, it will release all its energy within the soft target dolor lumbar cronico (animal or person) – like an explosion – sending the 3 fragments into the body 3 different paths. So there is both the massive internal damage of the dolor lumbar cronico "explosion" and the muscle/tissue/blood vessel damage the 3 fragment’s going in different directions would cause. Because its recoil is significantly lower than a .308, follow up shots can be faster.

Specifically, in the event a hog hits me out of the dolor lumbar cronico palmettos again – accidentally stumbling into her den of her piglets – this might be a good choice. It was an instant panic impulse shot of no warning dolor lumbar cronico with a double 12 gauge hammer locks short barrels coach dolor lumbar cronico gun – 1 with 00 buck and the other a slug. Hit her in the rump – but too much momentum to stop her ripping open my dolor lumbar cronico leg. It was a ground fight over whether I bled out dolor lumbar cronico before her fighting was ended with her going at me. I won’t continue – obviously I lived and she did not.

My job requires I often go into such a dangerous dolor lumbar cronico natural setting, with other dangers as well such as snakes and gators. In deep growth I take that shotgun. If more open a .308 springfield M1A (prior a 30.06 M1). A .300 blackout might fill both roles – maybe better – and certainly lighter than the springfield, about the same as the shotgun.

What I saw happen in terms of the energy release dolor lumbar cronico expansion of the ballistic gel combined with the triple tracking, made me wonder if a .300 blackout with that ammo is particularly well suited from dolor lumbar cronico such a situation. A fluted (or even carbon fiber) carbine barrel would keep it very lightweight. Fast to swing. That is my specific interest. Otherwise, I have no need-use for it whatsoever – none. A faster bullet isn’t always the better bullet. But a .30 caliber bullet definitely will do more than a .223, even a reduced velocity 30 caliber at near point blank dolor lumbar cronico range.

Follow up. No, not for home defense. For home defense I will stick with my double barrel dolor lumbar cronico 12 gauge coach gun. My self defense is an israeli desert eagle baby 45 dolor lumbar cronico (similar to a colt defender) with crimson trace grips, with my in the woods side arm a full frame dolor lumbar cronico remington 45 acp also with a crimson trace.

My opinion is a shotgun is the best for home dolor lumbar cronico defense and a double barrel allows firing both barrels at dolor lumbar cronico the same time to most slow down someone coming at dolor lumbar cronico me – plus they are extremely intimidating – meaning having to shoot is less likely. The barrel length also allows physically holding off that person dolor lumbar cronico being able to reach me with his knife after with dolor lumbar cronico a 12 ga. Slug and 00 – with a dying thrust at me by his travel momentum, which can’t be done with a pistol.

There also are children in the house and sometimes guests dolor lumbar cronico – so I need some limit to wall penetration. Of course, the mrs has her pistol as well – also a 1911 45acp (colt, korean war era standard issue – but also with crimson trace). "Hollow points."

Follow up. No, not for home defense. For home defense I will stick with my double barrel dolor lumbar cronico 12 gauge coach gun. My self defense is an israeli desert eagle baby 45 dolor lumbar cronico (similar to a colt defender) with crimson trace grips, with my in the woods side arm a full frame dolor lumbar cronico remington 45 acp also with a crimson trace.

My opinion is a shotgun is the best for home dolor lumbar cronico defense and a double barrel allows firing both barrels at dolor lumbar cronico the same time to most slow down someone coming at dolor lumbar cronico me – plus they are extremely intimidating – meaning having to shoot is less likely. The barrel length also allows physically holding off that person dolor lumbar cronico being able to reach me with his knife after with dolor lumbar cronico a 12 ga. Slug and 00 – with a dying thrust at me by his travel momentum, which can’t be done with a pistol.

There also are children in the house and sometimes guests dolor lumbar cronico – so I need some limit to wall penetration. Of course, the mrs has her pistol as well – also a 1911 45acp (colt, korean war era standard issue – but also with crimson trace). "Hollow points."Almost all of us who really know shotguns suggest a dolor lumbar cronico semi auto. The best available include the various benellis, the fnh SLP-1, the remington versamax and the beretta defensive shotgun-cannot recall its name right now (I own the first three-not the beretta)

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