How is the Glock 18's RPM so Freakin' Fast?
What's on your mind?
There is a MSBS protoype of the MSBS in 7.62 NATO and is not the MSBS 762N
Why the HELL is the AK-47 so POPULAR in media?
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There are AKS-47, AKMS and AKS-74, but why is there no such thing as a AKS-74M? This is strange in my opinion.
Are we gonna include what games the guns are in?, because there are a variety of guns in a variety of games, (Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, Half-Life, and etc. etc. etc.)
What’s the point of selling a weapon if you have to send it back to be reloaded?
I have been looking for said information because I would like to get my revolver trigger pull tuned to a minimal light pull, but I want to make sure the cap fires sufficiently to set off the powder, lol.
But I cant find anything on that specific topic. I am getting the impression that 6 pounds of force would likely be sufficient, but some say 12 pounds and other only 4.
What is recommended by you folks here?
What you think about this gun? I have the feeling that the stock looks "too fresh" to be such an old gun. Could it be a fakery?
Why aren't there more articles on handguns (pistols or revolvers)? I think this wiki has pure long guns.
I'm trying to figure out what shotgun was used by the New Jersey State Troopers during the 1967 Newark Race Riot. I believe its a Remington 870 that was standard issue, but I could be wrong. Anybody have any ideas? Any input at all would be greatly appreciated!
Edit: Remington 870, not Wingmaster 870.
gun control? I know this is a stupid question to break as a first forum post, but what is this wiki's policy and content related to these sorts of things? Is the wiki strictly committed to info on the guns themselves or are there places for gun related topics (such as policy or psychology)? This is not any sort of statement, just looking to learn what this place is. If you can point me to the wiki rules or whatever, that's be great, as well as any other thoughts.
So on Wikipedia gun pages, they maintain a section containing a list of international state users of a firearm. On the Gun Wiki, we used to have Wikipedia-styled sections for these lists, but we've been either deleting them or moving them into the infobox under the Usedby parameter. However, we've been deleting those too. So what is the point of the Usedby parameter if it's not gonna contain anything?
Any idea what this thing might be? To me it looks like some kind of home made 50 cal clone? Thoughts?
What guns are those in the cover of the 1988 film Operation Warzone?
Is the Hi-Power slide able to be power stroked to chamber a round when it is locked back, or can you only chamber a round using the slide stop?