Fudd hate thread..

Post your worst Fudd stories and overall fuddstrasions
I'll start
>be me
>pay $100/year to be a member
>developing new gun parts involving FRT's
>range governed by fudds bans FRT's
>I write written formal request asking fudds if I can test my invention with their permission and even offer to pay them a hefty fee for the privilege to do so
>i even propose they do one full auto day a month and schedule it online to at least give people some concessions
>Fudd council responds with "you're just trying to take advantage of the range for your own gain, we don't need your money, blah blah blah were fucking fudds"
Can't stand these anti 2A gays who pretend theyre patriots

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    One shot per hour, bub.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    PUT
    THAT
    BRASS
    DOWN
    BOOOOOY
    >And lock the bolt back on that commie gun when the range is cold

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >developing a holster
    >"that draw stroke is unsafe!"
    >what if I rent one of the 3-gun bays, there'll be a berm between me and anyone else
    >"no"
    Pain.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Myakka City Gun and Archery Range in Flawda is super chill despite being ran by 80% old timers. They just inquire about my guns and even help me 0 them at 100 yards.
    In fact, the most fuddiest ROs there are the young guys in their late 20s-mid 30s

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This. Even as an Australian, I can honestly say that I have only met one or two real fudds in the time I have been involved in shooting and hunting. The tactical zoomers are worse and more discriminatory than any "fudd" ever was. Have a lever action or a revolver? You're a limp-dicked loser. Hunt deer with a .270, 30-06 or a .243? You're a moron who needs to spend money on a new rifle in .300 win mag or 6.5 Creedmoor. Use an inexpensive but effective Leupold or Bushnell scope? You're a loser and need to spend 3k on this substitute.
      For every fudd you encounter who says that, "nobody needs an assault rifle," you will find an army of mall ninjas who have never been innawoods or in a tactical situation, have no idea what they're talking about, and will go out of their way to attack you for using older guns and/or cartiridges.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >tactical zoomers
        >Australia
        What "tactical" weapons do they even have access to?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You would be surprised. We have the same problem as you guys in the US with tactitards "sporterising" (AKA butchering) classic military rifles. We also have some pretty mall ninja-esque guns that get sold. Take a look at this.
          It's also about attitude. There are some guys here who are totally convinced that 30-06 is useless for anything, be it hunting or target shooting, and only swear by the most expensive scopes and the newest cartridges.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >We have the same problem as you guys in the US
            Leaf, but same difference in this case
            >with tactitards "sporterising" (AKA butchering) classic military rifles
            Sure, but over here, it's guys putting semi-autos like SKSs in chassis and whatnot. What are they doing in Oz, putting M-LOK on a Lee Enfield? Serious question
            >POF Tombstone
            Is that going to be legal? I thought you guys had a big controversy over some Adler lever-shotgun because it held five rounds or something like that.
            >There are some guys here who are totally convinced that 30-06 is useless for anything
            Those fags are always insufferable

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Is that going to be legal?
              Yes, several gun shops are already advertising it.
              >I thought you guys had a big controversy over some Adler lever-shotgun
              We did. Ultimately it was still allowed in, and now we have straight-pull bolt action shotguns, which were unheard of before the Adler saga. We also have lever release rifles in both centerfire and rimfire cartridges (the CZ 515 and the Savage A22R are two examples).
              The main thing that caused the controversy is that NIOA (a major firearms distributor here) had a massive promotional campaign for the Adler, which the MSM caught wind of. The gun industry here is much smarter now, and so any developments are kept fairly low-key.

              Things are slowly changing here for the better. Most of the foaming-at-the-mouth anti-gun people are boomers and older, and more young people are getting involved in shooting. We just have to wait it out as the older generation passes on and is replaced by people who are not nearly as hostile to the idea of private firearms ownership. We just need to make sure that the laws don't get much stricter, as that will dissuade new people from getting involved.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Yes, several gun shops are already advertising it.
                Good to hear. It looks like a decent home defence choice, especially for countries like ours that are autistic about black rifles. We have an assault weapons ban moving through the government that will probably ban my Keltec Sub-2000, and I'm considering this as a replacement. The only hangup is that they want $2000 burgerbucks for it, which after USD to CAD and import fees is going to make this thing even more retarded expensive.
                >Most of the foaming-at-the-mouth anti-gun people are boomers and older, and more young people are getting involved in shooting.
                Good, that's how it is here too, and we have half the provinces in the country rebelling against gun control to help it along. Inshallah the future is bright, even if it gets a little darker first
                >We just need to make sure that the laws don't get much stricter
                I can't imagine how they could, kek. The only way for you guys to go is up, from what I can see

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                since you is an aussie I have to ask, how bad are the feral pigs down there?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Very, very bad. There are more feral pigs in this country than people. We can hunt them all year round with no bag limits.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I've seen some blokes hunting them with different methods, one used some homemade traps and the other went down the river in a kayak nailin pigs with his adler, seems like you'd have some good barbeque pork ribs a few times a week

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Oh yeah, pigs are very good to eat. Just have to check them to make sure that they are not diseased or carrying parasites.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I remember fudds here in the states and it felt sickening having "responsible gun owners" helping to try and get things banned. It's been years since I've encountered one but I'd have to prefer the safer feeling that came with people who want more firepower and think I'm poor for enjoying older things than people trying to get my stuff banned.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >it felt sickening having "responsible gun owners" helping to try and get things banned.
          Like what?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's my local range better not let me catch you there only room enough for 1 PrepHoletard at Manatee gun and archery club
      Bob the RSO is awesome

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >better not let me catch you
        I haven't gone in ages because I'm a trucker and it's almost an hour away from my house.
        Now that I'm moving out west to a freer, less garden gnome-Yorked.com state, that'll guarantee to never happen. Sorry Manatee range anon. We couldve been bros. Catch ya on the flip side.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It really comes down to two types of range
      >Fudd ranges that start out fudd, attract more and have them come back until you just have a core of aging fudds
      >Chill ranges that started out chill and often remain that way, thus scaring off the old fudds from going there, and only attracting some young fudds who haven't joined a fudd range yet

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Be leaf
    >use common loophole to stuff 15 rounds of 5.56 into a .50 Beo mag to get around capacity restrictions on my AR
    >Slowfire 15 rounds for accuracy at 50 yards, not even rapid firing
    >100-year-old fudd RSO looks at me in disgust as I reload
    >"You kids are your own worst enemy"
    At least he didn't kick me off the range I guess

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >be me, canuck
    >move to BC because muh forestry and muh skiing
    >Join local range, seems pretty good, all the ranges you'd ever need in Canada also skeet
    >only have .22 so spend most of time at small rifle range, usually have it to myself
    >1 other guy joins me one day, no problem seems alright
    >range goes cold, mag out, chamber clear, safety on and bolt lock in as per range rules
    > Other guy goes to replace his target, I stand up from bench and start reloading mag
    > all of sudden "WHOA WHOA WHAT THE FUCK"
    > other guy runs up from end of range, screaming at me that I can't reload while someone else is downrange
    > I wtf, ask how that makes any sense and it wasn't in range rules
    > Just starts screaming thats fucking dangerous im telling
    >taddles to owners because he knows them, I get reprimanded and told its a strike
    >ask for money back since id only been there 3 times
    >Nope no refunds
    >fuck it never came back just used backwoods crown land I found
    West Coast city fags who like guns are the worst.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I've been to ranges with this rule. To be as charitable as possible, I have to assume that they're afraid that if they let you load mags, you're going to absentmindedly load your gun. Still fucking retarded though, like just let me step back from the line with my mags and ammo

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >daily reminder that buying empty land in the middle of nowhere is as important or arguably more important than new guns and stock piling ammo

    it bypasses the fudds and eliminates their power

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Fudds have given me a lot of great deals in the past that a zoomer like me never would've had the money to buy at Gunjoker prices.
    I'm thankful for those who helped me. They matter more to me than a score of people I've never met.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bump

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      x2

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >live in a super anti-gun state
    >find a range that's actually extremely based
    >staff is mostly young people, sells all the accoutrements you'd actually want, offers classes on NV and CQB
    >the owner's a literal schizo who decides to just randomly harass 1 out of every 10 customers

    I guess I'm glad I get along with him?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Based.
      My local range I frequent has some rules but not too strict.
      No rapid fire
      Stay in your stall
      No drawing from the hip.
      Since the RSO comes every few hours, you can bend the rules within limits, just don't be retarded.

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