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boys, I need advice
Give us more details you bastard. Are you looking for a handgun, rifle, shotgun? Using it for edc, casual shooting, etc? Can't ask a broad question like that when there's a lot to name/mention.
ok, whats the best gun
Glock 23. But if you're a Tyrone, a Hi-Point C9 is good enough.
Did you want a long gun or a pistol as your first gun ? And why did you want to get a gun ?
braindead ass motherfucker
can't even answer a basic question
worthless piece of shit
you right you right. shotgunes make me cum, plan on going shooting with my great uncle soon
What do you plan in shooting at?
certified real one, thank you.
In that case, a Remington 870 would be perfect for you. Or just go to your nearest pawn shop and buy the cheapest 12 gauge you can find.
Did you want your head to still be intact when the job is done or do you not care if your head is gone when it’s finished
If you want your head to still be intact when your dead then get a rifle or pistol , if you don’t care and just want something cheap then get a shotgun
>Maverick 88/Mossberg 500 for a shotgun
>heritage rough rider or Ruger Wrangler for a fun .22 revolver
>Glock 19/17 or M&P shield for a basic starter carry pistol
>PSA AR15 with MBUS iron sights for a cheap starter AR
>10/22 rifle for a fun and lightweight can plinker
Don’t bother deviating from this list as you’ll just be wasting money on things you don’t understand.
I bought a ruger 10/22 mannlicher stainless, a NAA mini master 4", a HK Mark 23, and a Benelli M4 on student loan grants and scholarships when I was just 21 years old as my first guns. I still have all four. I've acquired many guns since and sold many back, but I still have those 4. This is not advice.
10/22 ruger is the best starter gun. after that a basic AR in .556 is a good choice
A good ar15. It will be the jack of all trades and a master of a few. Dont let anyone tell you differently, because they will be coping.
Spend like 800 on something quality like bcm, aero or BA whatever. Spend more money on a good sling, optic and light. There is not a better option. Don't @ me homosexuals who disagree.
Get a Glock 17/19 or a ar15
Both give you a basic idea of how to use a modern rifle and pistol
Palmetto state armory AK-101 AKM is $749.99 on their website.
>fuck ass tons of aftermarket shit made for AK
>chambered in 5.56 so no ammo problem
>is AK, is sturdy, will always work
Yes its more expensive than building an AR and it is probably harder to get parts for it, but in terms of aftermarket goodies there are plenty and it is smart to trust the reliability of an AK.
Kinda like the differences between a Toyota or Honda and certain models of Chevy or Ford. People often ask themselves "how long does a car last" but often times the answer is in reality "cars bought by people who actually take care of their cars" because someone who actually maintains and takes care of their vehicle will get their vehicle to last longer.
This makes certain car brands look better than they actually are. The larger the enthusiast community for a vehicle, the "longer it lasts". In reality they are just taking care of their cars.
People who drive rice mobiles don't always take care of their cars and the cars are still notorious for running a long time. Think of the AK the same way. Sure plenty of ass mad people will reply to this post but what I'm saying is the truth. To the people about to post muh AR: you baby your fucking gun. You baby your AR. You fucking take care of it and you know that that's why it lasts a long time.
The design of the AK is built for rugged durability and is quite sturdy. That's why you will find them even in the ass crack of any 3rd world country as the weapon that survives the environment. The AK is probably never going away because of how sturdy the design is. There will always be sturdy AK's on a battlefield, until rifles are obsolete.
Psa dagger and ar combo
Mossberg maverick 88
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