Polish Firearm Forums

I started a thread a while ago about Polish gun laws, and I was recommended to visit a Polish firearm forum. What are some Polish firearm forums I could browse to figure out what the laws are?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    karachan

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      he asked for firearms forums, not a gay dating website

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Boku no Pico

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I watched that in middle school. I was either in seventh or eighth grade, so 13 or 14.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I watched that in middle school. I was either in seventh or eighth grade, so 13 or 14.

      Now that I think about it, I could've possibly been as young as 12 and in sixth grade. I don't remember how I learned about it, though.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What are Polish firearm laws like? I'm always curious to learn about what gun laws are like in different countries. Can someone give me a QRD?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I believe you can literally just go into a gun store and buy a suppressor without a license or any background check, and I believe Poland is one of the only European countries where you can do this.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        [...]
        And I believe the only other European countries where you can do this are in the Balkans.

        https://i.imgur.com/2HWbt0x.jpeg

        I went into this with a polish guy years ago who moved to america. I can give you a quick rundown. Basicailly you need to get a permit from local police, typicially include doctors note of being sane and such. Permit to own based off of sport shooting, self defense, hunting or other such things. Once you have a permit you are able to get most things you want. IV talked with two guys, one said you could get submachine guns that were full auto but no rifles, but it was difficult and depended on police, one said all full auto were banned but semi autos and full autos that were converted to semi are okay. seperate permit to carry.

        The cool /k/ino thing about poland is they have these new insurgent style reserve units for homeland defense they have been working, supposedly people part of that get to keep their aks at home.

        The other /k/ fact is blackpowder firearms are unregulated. This means alot of poles keep italian reproductions of blackpowder revolvers from civil war era like the colt 1851 and such for self defense, supposedly the most common firearm, there have been a few shootings online that happened in poland, where they used blackpowder revolvers or shotguns to smoke gypsys. Apparently its common for store owners to keep a black powder revolver under the counter.

        Neato, thanks for the QRD Chads
        >The other /k/ fact is blackpowder firearms are unregulated. This means alot of poles keep italian reproductions of blackpowder revolvers from civil war era like the colt 1851 and such for self defense
        In America, these blackpowder repros are especially easy to get, and you can even get replacement cylinders for these so they can for .45 Colt cartridges all without any kind of paperwork.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >The other /k/ fact is blackpowder firearms are unregulated
          We should bring dueling laws back

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I believe you can literally just go into a gun store and buy a suppressor without a license or any background check, and I believe Poland is one of the only European countries where you can do this.

      And I believe the only other European countries where you can do this are in the Balkans.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >And I believe the only other European countries where you can do this are in the Balkans.
        Used to be Finland and I think Sweden too
        No such thing now because the commies are scared

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Its quirky i guess. For example, full auto fire control groups are completely unregulated so you can buy one without a loicense, its just illegal to drop them into the gun, so theres nothing stopping you from having some fun if you have a friendly range / dont give a shit.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Are there any websites in Poland you can buy AR full auto fire control groups from?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          you could get full auto lower receivers (which are currently legal and unregulated if you don't connect them with an upper) from the armybazar

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Do ARs typically come with M16 bolt carriers in Poland?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Do ARs typically come with M16 bolt carriers in Poland?

            What do I look up on armybazar.eu in Polish to find a select-fire AR lower like that?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/Y8OLHk8.png

            [...]
            "full auto" and Sprzedaż (selling)
            [...]
            you'd probably have to get a castrated military rifle to get the M16 bolt carrier
            [...]
            >did this israelite finally sell it?
            afaik yeah, he's legit, but I've also read that EVERYONE who bought something from him in the last few years was interrogated by the police

            What website would I visit to get a select fire trigger group for this baby?
            http://bron-i-amunicja.armybazar.eu/pl/akcesoria/m16a1-colt-komora-spustowa-auto-lower-receiver-id294237/

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Same site, same guy

              >Trying to get them to another country is asking for trouble, and I wouldn't recommend it
              I meant shipping within Poland. I have a few family members there, and I wouldn't want the police to come over and harass them. I will be visiting Poland, almost certainly for a few months, at some point in the future (many months from now, maybe even a year), and I might get a gun license while I'm there (I have a citizenship). My philosophy is to buy the stuff while you still can. If no police officer is going to harass them, then I really want to order a select-fire AR lower and have it shipped over to one of their houses within Poland.

              >I might get a gun license while I'm there (I have a citizenship)
              it's not about citizenship, it's about permanent residence. You can get a gun permit without citizenship

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Same site, same guy
                Does he sell the Geissele Super-Fire trigger? Are there any other sites to buy such parts? Geissele won't ship to Poland due to ITAR bullshit, unless I have a license or "exemption from the U.S. Department of State."
                >permanent residence
                If Polish law is anything like US law, then permanent residency status is separate from citizenship status. In the US, if you have permanent resident status, then you have either a green card or an old permanent residency card without an expiration date that was issued from the 70s to 80s. I don't have permanent residency status in Poland, but I have a Polish citizenship. Anyways, that's based. So Poland is like the US, in that you don't need to be a citizen to legally own firearms.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Same site, same guy
                Does he sell the Geissele Super-Fire trigger? Are there any other sites to buy such parts? Geissele won't ship to Poland due to ITAR bullshit, unless I have a license or "exemption from the U.S. Department of State."
                >permanent residence
                If Polish law is anything like US law, then permanent residency status is separate from citizenship status. In the US, if you have permanent resident status, then you have either a green card or an old permanent residency card without an expiration date that was issued from the 70s to 80s. I don't have permanent residency status in Poland, but I have a Polish citizenship. Anyways, that's based. So Poland is like the US, in that you don't need to be a citizen to legally own firearms.

                Kek. You can also buy a Glock switch.
                http://bron-i-amunicja.armybazar.eu/pl/akcesoria/selektor-full-auto-glock-17-19-26-34-gen-2-5-id281172/

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I found that specific listing. I'm pretty sure that's just a DoubleStar select-fire control group he managed to get into Poland. You used to be able to buy those off OpticsPlanet, but you can still order them directly off DoubleStar's website.
                http://bron-i-amunicja.armybazar.eu/pl/akcesoria/m16-ar-15-i-inne-ary-zestaw-czesci-full-auto-lower-id291484/
                https://doublestarusa.com/lower-parts-kit-m16-ar320.html

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      There are multiple types of permits, most are shall issue aside from self defense one, which in practice is no issue(unless you are rich and connected) Black powder guns that were designed before 1875 require just ID and I think background check.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Black powder guns that were designed before 1875 require just ID and I think background check.
        Are you sure? I'm think all of them do. You can buy a modern blackpowder revolver without license just fine.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          i just checked and its 1885.
          >Are you sure? I'm think all of them do. You can buy a modern blackpowder revolver without license just fine.
          Modern replicas are fine but designs need to be old.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You can carry with a sporting license, so it's functionally better than a self-defense license (although arguably this puts you in a worse legal situation if you actually use your weapon), and a self-defense license is shall-issue if you're in active service.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          how hard are exams in kss? i'm doing sport perit now

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The theoretical part is easy if you actually learn the questions and treat your knowledge of the legal stuff you were supposed to learn as a safety net. As in, some questions seem to be pretty weird and can frick you over if you haven't memorised the right answer in advance since you can't make any mistakes in some categories.

            The practical part is very easy, you need to be really bad at shooting to fail. Handgun is the toughest part, so my advice would be to focus on getting somewhat decent with that .22LR pistol - preferably of the kind you'll use during your exam. The most important part is not to violate any safety rules.

            I'd recommend learning what you can though when you go through the prep stuff, the introductory course is very basic, but it'll probably be the first time you actually get some decent tips. Instructors don't give a frick about civvies who just want to have fun with guns, but they do care about having their students pass - if they see any dumbass mistakes they think they can fix by giving you a few pointers, they probably will.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              the biggest problem i have is shaky hand

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Might be alcohol, coffeine, bad grip, or a combination of any of the above. Watch Mat's handgun basics video (the one where he explains the grip, he's from DTF solutions), he talks about good low-strength/low-effort techniques. Remember you don't need to use any strength to ace that exam, you won't be doing any rapid fire and it's just a .22.

                If it's alcohol or coffeine and you're unsure you can qualify, I'd recommend giving it a break a few weeks in advance. You can always resume being a filthy degenerate once you get your papers.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Might be alcohol, coffeine, bad grip, or a combination of any of the above. Watch Mat's handgun basics video (the one where he explains the grip, he's from DTF solutions), he talks about good low-strength/low-effort techniques. Remember you don't need to use any strength to ace that exam, you won't be doing any rapid fire and it's just a .22.

                If it's alcohol or coffeine and you're unsure you can qualify, I'd recommend giving it a break a few weeks in advance. You can always resume being a filthy degenerate once you get your papers.

                When I first got into guns, I was really scared to shoot, so I was shaky all the time. It's expected. After a while, you'll naturally calm down and stop tweaking so much with shooting.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                This too, but I'd say most newbies grip the gun too hard and it fricks with their trigger pull. This compounds any psychological issues they might have, generates bad results and can put a shooter in a downward spiral of doing things wrong, losing confidence, doing things wrong again, and then they kinda start to expect failure or convince themselves handguns are too hard/they can't get it right. It's easy to get out of this trap once you understand how little strength you actually need to operate a handgun. You can work on recoil control and all the tactical shit once you get your pass that first hurdle. Best advice I've heard before the exam was to completely relax my arm, felt like eating a powerup in a video game.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                if thread stays after 15:00 i'll show you my recent results.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                ok, i'm home, so rate my scores
                .22Lr pistol

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                https://i.imgur.com/K2MPnM6.jpeg

                .22lr single shot rifle

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                that bad?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                https://i.imgur.com/K2MPnM6.jpeg

                .22lr single shot rifle

                Uhhh... You might want to practice some more. Were all shots in the target at least? Do you have anyone to give you few tips?

                https://i.imgur.com/fCwNWdr.png

                9mm pistol

                https://i.imgur.com/armDkcs.png

                .357 revolver

                Aw sheet homie what are you doing, don't shoot big boy calibers while preparing for exam!
                22lr only for now.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                yeah, they were in target, and my kss put big boy callibers as a part of curicullum
                i have like 2 repearing coures

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >and my kss put big boy callibers as a part of curicullum
                well then i say they are moronic. Shooting sport rimfire (margolin i guess) is totally diffrent to typical centerfire. You shouldnt mix them while preparing to an exam.
                Anyway, keep practicing, focus on working on trigger and safety procedures/manual.
                Most failed exams are morons flagging someone or not knowing what to do.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                You need to practice more, I can't really tell what might be wrong based on those hits. There's no consistency, ideally all your shots should be 7+ before the exam. You should also work on your rifle too.

                This looks like you're just not aiming. How fast were you shooting? Is your eyesight (corrected) ok?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                .22lr single shot rifle

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                9mm pistol

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                .357 revolver

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >The theoretical part is easy if you actually learn the questions
              >his club didnt provide him questions right before the test
              >he wasnt allowed to blatantly cheat and look up answers on the cheat sheet
              ngmi

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                you really, really should read ubojka. Not knowing the law is asking for troubles.
                Only cheat sheet you need is pic related, frick these issf rules.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Not knowing the law is asking for troubles
                i do know the law. thats the only thing i bothered to actually learn and remember.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >i do know the law. thats the only thing i bothered to actually learn and remember.
                to be fair, safety and law is like 75% of questions.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >how hard are exams in kss?
            I recommend to actually learn theory, especially law stuff, but sport rules shit you can brute force by memorizing questions. There are around 500 total
            https://patentstrzelecki.eu/konto
            practical depend of województwo. In Wrocław is pretty easy, guns are in good condition and staff is cool. You shoot rimfire pistol at 25m(need 15cm group of at least 4 of 5), rimfire rifle 50 (5cm group of at least 4 of 5), and o/u shotgun 10m at metal poppers (4 of 5 hits). Basic stuff, only pistol might be any challange.
            I heard that in Katowice you shoot airguns and clay which i would consider significantly harder.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              mazowieckie here

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >What are Polish firearm laws like? I'm always curious to learn about what gun laws are like in different countries.
      https://braterstwo.eu/FAQ

      >Can someone give me a QRD?
      not so bad actually. With most popular loicence (sport+collector) you can own virtually anything in 5,6 to 12mm calibre except full auto. No barrel length or mag size nonsense, supressors are encouraged etc. Shooting only on registred ranges though.
      Downside is that market is still growing and is full of, lets call them "used cars salesmen", prices are fricked up and not talking only about guns.
      Shit like basic b***h streamlight can be 2 times more expensive here than in USA. Or optic, buddy saved 200$ getting RMSx ordered from US, shipping included.
      And let say that I was jelly as frick when i was browsing PSA during memorial day.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Or optic, buddy saved 200$ getting RMSx ordered from US, shipping included.
        That might have been illegal. I'm doing a bit of ITAR research right now, and it seems like shipping anything out of the US requires tons of legal bullshit and licensing. If US customs doesn't look over it, that's fine, but Polish customs could still be an issue, even if the parts are legal to possess in Poland. Regardless, people ship illicit drugs like this all the time without getting caught, but we're talking about metal parts here that are easily visible through scans. If I could ship a few parts from the US that are legal in Poland, then I could end up saving a ton of money.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          yeah, ITARs a b***h.
          Buddy used middleman for shipping, it went as private package. One of his orders were hold by polish customs, all he has to do waz to pay duty fee. If it leave US, ITAR is no problem anymore.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >If it leave US, ITAR is no problem anymore.
            Proof? This would be a massive relief.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Proof?
              Anecdotal only. Lots of people in my club order shit from US through middlemen like zakupywusa or someshit like that and worst thing that happend to them was a call to pay duty fee.
              ymmw

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >zakupywusa
                How do the packages typically arrive? This sounds like a really risky business, and have they tried ordering parts like literal triggers?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >How do the packages typically arrive?
                you pay 50% upfront, 50% when package arrive at your door. Never heard about any problems.
                >have they tried ordering parts like literal triggers?
                not that im aware, mostly optic and shit like shot timers, holsters etc. but funny you mention it because im thinking about ordering larue mbt-2.
                No hurt in asking them.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >you pay 50% upfront, 50% when package arrive at your door. Never heard about any problems.
                I mean how are they packaged? People who ship drugs typically have clever ways of getting around customs, so I'm wondering what it would be for metal parts that are easily detectable. I guess customs is just moronic. I don't want to try this out until I get plenty of confirmation that this shit works without a realistic chance of getting in trouble.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I mean how are they packaged?
                I mean, regular, package, nothing fancy? Do you remember how long time ago shit from aliexpress came as a gift from "myfriend"? Something like that.
                >I guess customs is just moronic
                they don't give a shit about small fries.
                >I don't want to try this out until I get plenty of confirmation that this shit works without a realistic chance of getting in trouble.
                you should't trust random butthole on the internet me man

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Do you remember how long time ago shit from aliexpress came as a gift from "myfriend"? Something like that.
                Tons of Glock switches and suppressors got shipped from China to the US through aliexpress. That shit was based. The suppressors lasted longer than the switches, though. I'm certain you can still get Chinese CNC shops to manufacture suppressors for you if you ask them, though.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Do you remember how long time ago shit from aliexpress came as a gift from "myfriend"? Something like that.
                Tons of Glock switches and suppressors got shipped from China to the US through aliexpress. That shit was based. The suppressors lasted longer than the switches, though. I'm certain you can still get Chinese CNC shops to manufacture suppressors for you if you ask them, though.

                Although, that shit typically shipped inside of decoy boxing. The Chinese knew what they were doing. I can't think of any decoy boxing ideas for trigger parts.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Do you remember how long time ago shit from aliexpress came as a gift from "myfriend"? Something like that.
                Tons of Glock switches and suppressors got shipped from China to the US through aliexpress. That shit was based. The suppressors lasted longer than the switches, though. I'm certain you can still get Chinese CNC shops to manufacture suppressors for you if you ask them, though.

                [...]
                Although, that shit typically shipped inside of decoy boxing. The Chinese knew what they were doing. I can't think of any decoy boxing ideas for trigger parts.

                The first thing that comes to my head is reusing boxing for automotive parts, and placing the trigger parts inside of that boxing.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          My friend had an American guy from FALfiles send him a weaver dust cover, pretty sure the operation was somewhat illegal unless his state laws didn't cover that

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          bro everyone here buys your ameriglo sights for glocks even tho they have export ban because of radiation iluminescence part, no one cares, frick USA gun parts export restrictions? I want johny glocks vex trigger shoe but nooooooo, frick your government, loose these laws and youll get massive money from european buyers

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      contrary to popular belief here they are ok
      its just that you need to be a part of a cmub thats annoying but you can ccw with sport licence, no mag restrictions no sbr law no suppresor laws, open bolt is allowed if semi auto
      the only weird thing is you cant get a 12.7/.50 calibers

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I went into this with a polish guy years ago who moved to america. I can give you a quick rundown. Basicailly you need to get a permit from local police, typicially include doctors note of being sane and such. Permit to own based off of sport shooting, self defense, hunting or other such things. Once you have a permit you are able to get most things you want. IV talked with two guys, one said you could get submachine guns that were full auto but no rifles, but it was difficult and depended on police, one said all full auto were banned but semi autos and full autos that were converted to semi are okay. seperate permit to carry.

    The cool /k/ino thing about poland is they have these new insurgent style reserve units for homeland defense they have been working, supposedly people part of that get to keep their aks at home.

    The other /k/ fact is blackpowder firearms are unregulated. This means alot of poles keep italian reproductions of blackpowder revolvers from civil war era like the colt 1851 and such for self defense, supposedly the most common firearm, there have been a few shootings online that happened in poland, where they used blackpowder revolvers or shotguns to smoke gypsys. Apparently its common for store owners to keep a black powder revolver under the counter.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >one said you could get submachine guns that were full auto
      I've read that prior to 2018, full auto guns were entirely legal in Poland, given you had a typical license, so not some special license only given to people "in the business," but the still communist (thanks to EU meddling) Supreme Court of Poland banned full auto guns from private possession.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      In Czechia you could open carry a sword without any license.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        you can open carry anything in poland as long as its unloaded

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Unloaded or without a loaded magazine in it?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            visibly without a magazine in

            https://i.imgur.com/UAV4hjF.jpeg

            you could get full auto lower receivers (which are currently legal and unregulated if you don't connect them with an upper) from the armybazar

            did this israelite finally sell it? i remember it being listed for 800 zł and then the price was steadily climbing to something moronic like 2000 zł

            Do ARs typically come with M16 bolt carriers in Poland?

            if you buy surplus guns instead of gay civilian ones they do

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >The cool /k/ino thing about poland is they have these new insurgent style reserve units for homeland defense they have been working, supposedly people part of that get to keep their aks at home.
      >The cool /k/ino
      weekend soldiers literally worse than airshitters

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Salty boot boy detected

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          what? im not some moronic zmechol because im not moronic enough to willingly join the army. both the army and wot are fricking clowns but at least the former is semi competent at pretending to be a real army.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    russia is best polish ally

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      you could argue that braterstwo's forum is getting almost as big as the beige one

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Beige one. There is literally one.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    "full auto" and Sprzedaż (selling)

    Do ARs typically come with M16 bolt carriers in Poland?

    you'd probably have to get a castrated military rifle to get the M16 bolt carrier

    visibly without a magazine in
    [...]
    did this israelite finally sell it? i remember it being listed for 800 zł and then the price was steadily climbing to something moronic like 2000 zł
    [...]
    if you buy surplus guns instead of gay civilian ones they do

    >did this israelite finally sell it?
    afaik yeah, he's legit, but I've also read that EVERYONE who bought something from him in the last few years was interrogated by the police

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Do I already have to have a license to get this stuff shipped to my house, or could I just order from the US and have one of these shipped over to a friend's house?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        As they are unregulated, the seller is offering shipment via automated postal boxes. Trying to get them to another country is asking for trouble, and I wouldn't recommend it

        >still listed for 2000 zł
        i hope the blue sad boys come to him instead

        it's a different lower and it's gutted so that's an even worse deal

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          its the gutted one? frick me what an absolute yid

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Trying to get them to another country is asking for trouble, and I wouldn't recommend it
          I meant shipping within Poland. I have a few family members there, and I wouldn't want the police to come over and harass them. I will be visiting Poland, almost certainly for a few months, at some point in the future (many months from now, maybe even a year), and I might get a gun license while I'm there (I have a citizenship). My philosophy is to buy the stuff while you still can. If no police officer is going to harass them, then I really want to order a select-fire AR lower and have it shipped over to one of their houses within Poland.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >still listed for 2000 zł
      i hope the blue sad boys come to him instead

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >he's legit
      Yeah Marcin is legit, but his prices are 3x higher than literally everybody else due to americans buying from him.
      >also read that EVERYONE who bought something from him in the last few years was interrogated by the police
      Not surprised in the least considering how he procures his wares.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        How does he procure them?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Illegaly.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            he seems just to buy full auto guns on koncesja and disassemble them

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i reccomend karachan.org (also known as karabin.ork)

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I found a listing. It's way more expensive in Poland than in the US, but it would be worth it.
    https://besthunters.pl/spust-geissele-super-select-fire-sopmod-ssf-trigger.html

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >but it would be worth it.
      why exactly?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >why exactly?
        Full auto with a really nice trigger IN POLAND.

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >full auto lower receiver
    gay

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >he doesnt have one
      papaj would condemn

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    why is he angry that people want to talk about guns on a gun board
    I will never understand karaczan

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      butthurt noguns, that's who he is
      i see his threads every week, it goes like
      >uh i want to have guns but i'm poor and will not get license

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    in the land of Poo you can get a gun bypassing the law if you're not a moron. Or you can get a quick course for long & short & private security license.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >in the land of Poo you can get a gun bypassing the law if you're not a moron.
      Redpill me, please.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        glowing post

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    imagine believing that raiding /k/ spamming some stupid shit about a long dead pope will make people butthurt somehow... lol, even lmao, these dudes must be moronic

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >these dudes must be moronic
      they are, otherwise they would be able to get license and money for guns

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      pope posting has ceased to be a karaczan only thing since a fricking decade and some and they still think it can make anyone but the boomest of the boomers mad
      it's a normalgay thing now

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    napływ alert
    mode zanurzaj

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous
  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Hello. I'm coming from karachan.org/b/. I'm ABW agent who lurks that site everyday. I invite you to our site. We are looking for new user to our honeypot. We provide cybersecurity there. Greetings from polish special services.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Please remove flying Putins first

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    opek pierdolek mam esse i rigcz
    zeby ci na pierdziawie przetrabili hejnal mariacki

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Where could I buy a Geissele lower receiver? Just a normal one. They are already M16 cut without a third pin hole.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Doesn't Brownells ship to Poland?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        A lower receiver? It's an ITAR item. It's controlled in the US, but not Poland. Maybe they'd ship to Poland, knowing that it wouldn't be illegal, but I don't know what US laws are regarding this. Most likely they don't know the law all that well either, and would rather play it safe. Also, Primary Arms has tons of Geissele lowers.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          They do seem to sell and ship some uppers(Geisselle) and stripped lower receivers(Aero) without export restrictions.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >It's controlled in the US, but not Poland
          it's controlled in poland, you will not find a single gun shop that will sell you a lower receiver without promesa
          been there done that

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            What is promesa? Also, what about this place?
            http://bron-i-amunicja.armybazar.eu/pl/akcesoria/m16-ar-15-i-inne-ary-zestaw-czesci-full-auto-lower-id291484/
            This man sells everything, including lowers. Is it just a thing that gun stores in Poland do that is not actually required? A lot of places in the US will ask for ID to purchase things like ammunition, even when it's not legally required.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              promesa is a document stating you can buy a gun
              this guy seems to be the only exepction, i asked several gun stores and nobody wanted to sell me a lower receiver without that
              it's kinda in a grey zone, law states that receiver is a gun part, therefore considered a gun
              but lower receiver can be considered rather as a trigger housing
              so yeah, kinda a loophole but most of gun stores don't want issues with the police
              for example, take a look at polish brownells
              https://www.brownells.pl/SR-15-IWS-LOWER-RECEIVER-COMPLETE-SR-15-Lower-Receiver-Complete-556-KNIGHTS-ARMAMENT-Black-556-mm-NATO-100027982
              translate it yourself, first bullet point

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >gun stores don't want issues with the police
                last i heard whenever you go to actually register it with da poolice they will not want to register the lower either because it isnt considered a firearm as far as ar15s go.

                Yeah, but it's fricking scary. Who wants to risk getting a felony? This is the same type of risk people take when they ship illicit drugs, but they at least expect to make a decent amount of profit from it. I imagine I would most likely be able to get away with it, but this wouldn't be a guarantee.

                [...]
                An M16-cut lower receiver is another thing I'd really like to get my hands on, and the Geissele Super Duty lower is the best one I know of, but it seems like everything on Brownells Poland is out of stock, even though these Geissele receivers are listed on the site.
                https://www.brownells.pl/AR-15-BLEM-SUPER-DUTY-STRIPPED-LOWERS-GEISSELE-AUTOMATICS-LLC-AR-15-BLEMISHED-Super-Duty-Lower-556mm-Black-Luna-Black-556-mm-NATO-100043959

                I may just go ahead and bite the bullet and just buy everything I need locally in Poland, even if it would be way more expensive, but I would likely end up spending around $1000 in unofficial taxes for this. That guy selling those lowers on that site is likely having someone ship that shit over from the US. The thing pictured in this image is clearly a DoubleStar M16 parts kit, and these are likely the most popular M16 parts kits in the US. Still, $1000 is definitely worth it to avoid a felony. The thing is, I don't own a house in Poland, so I would be staying with family. If the police would stop buy after me living there just for a few weeks, that would look really bad. An couple anons earlier in this thread stated that they know people who've had police stop by just because they bought from this guy.
                http://bron-i-amunicja.armybazar.eu/pl/akcesoria/m16-ar-15-i-inne-ary-zestaw-czesci-full-auto-lower-id291484/
                https://doublestarusa.com/lower-parts-kit-m16-ar320.html

                >An M16-cut lower receiver is another thing I'd really like to get my hands on
                you should buy an entire surplus M16 then just like i did.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >you should buy an entire surplus M16 then just like i did.
                Where and how did you do this?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                some gun store near poznań i cant remember the name of. it was the equivalent of $800 i think? obviously its semi only in both selector positions but it still has the forbidden pin hole and full auto bolt carrier so if youd want to be a funny guy in minecraft it would be relatively easy to unfrick it.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >you should buy an entire surplus M16 then just like i did
                my club has genuine vietnam era full auto M16A1.
                Shit is so cash. Wish i could get it in my safe, but well, you can't always get what you want.
                Got tantal that is totally not "fixed" at least.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            What is promesa? Also, what about this place?
            http://bron-i-amunicja.armybazar.eu/pl/akcesoria/m16-ar-15-i-inne-ary-zestaw-czesci-full-auto-lower-id291484/
            This man sells everything, including lowers. Is it just a thing that gun stores in Poland do that is not actually required? A lot of places in the US will ask for ID to purchase things like ammunition, even when it's not legally required.

            And if I'm going to ship anything to Poland, it's just going to be trigger parts. They are ITAR items, but I'm wondering if I could get away with it, but I really don't want to risk it if there is a realistic risk.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              yeah, you can get away with it, my friend's fioncee sent him several packages from the us with items that could be considered ITAR (but honestly you never fricking know)
              and it went through

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, but it's fricking scary. Who wants to risk getting a felony? This is the same type of risk people take when they ship illicit drugs, but they at least expect to make a decent amount of profit from it. I imagine I would most likely be able to get away with it, but this wouldn't be a guarantee.

                promesa is a document stating you can buy a gun
                this guy seems to be the only exepction, i asked several gun stores and nobody wanted to sell me a lower receiver without that
                it's kinda in a grey zone, law states that receiver is a gun part, therefore considered a gun
                but lower receiver can be considered rather as a trigger housing
                so yeah, kinda a loophole but most of gun stores don't want issues with the police
                for example, take a look at polish brownells
                https://www.brownells.pl/SR-15-IWS-LOWER-RECEIVER-COMPLETE-SR-15-Lower-Receiver-Complete-556-KNIGHTS-ARMAMENT-Black-556-mm-NATO-100027982
                translate it yourself, first bullet point

                An M16-cut lower receiver is another thing I'd really like to get my hands on, and the Geissele Super Duty lower is the best one I know of, but it seems like everything on Brownells Poland is out of stock, even though these Geissele receivers are listed on the site.
                https://www.brownells.pl/AR-15-BLEM-SUPER-DUTY-STRIPPED-LOWERS-GEISSELE-AUTOMATICS-LLC-AR-15-BLEMISHED-Super-Duty-Lower-556mm-Black-Luna-Black-556-mm-NATO-100043959

                I may just go ahead and bite the bullet and just buy everything I need locally in Poland, even if it would be way more expensive, but I would likely end up spending around $1000 in unofficial taxes for this. That guy selling those lowers on that site is likely having someone ship that shit over from the US. The thing pictured in this image is clearly a DoubleStar M16 parts kit, and these are likely the most popular M16 parts kits in the US. Still, $1000 is definitely worth it to avoid a felony. The thing is, I don't own a house in Poland, so I would be staying with family. If the police would stop buy after me living there just for a few weeks, that would look really bad. An couple anons earlier in this thread stated that they know people who've had police stop by just because they bought from this guy.
                http://bron-i-amunicja.armybazar.eu/pl/akcesoria/m16-ar-15-i-inne-ary-zestaw-czesci-full-auto-lower-id291484/
                https://doublestarusa.com/lower-parts-kit-m16-ar320.html

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Who wants to risk getting a felony?
                it's prohibited to send, not to receive
                so maybe you can dispatch parcel under some fake name? idk how it works in the us, state sender name as walt kovalsky from jackowo

                regarding that full auto, i still dont quite get what's your end goal
                you'll buy full auto lower then what? if you install it on the upper receiver - you're a felon
                inb4 police won't find out - shooting range will call them when they see you firing full auto without required license

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >you'll buy full auto lower then what? if you install it on the upper receiver - you're a felon
                People typically get in trouble from buying, selling, and transporting illegal shit, not simply possessing it.
                >inb4 police won't find out - shooting range will call them when they see you firing full auto without required license
                Just like in the US, find someone with a rural property or semi-rural property. Nobody in the US cares in these areas if you shoot full auto once every few months. Even in Poland, I doubt most people would care enough to actually call the police. To further mitigate the problem, only shoot suppressed on such a property. Nearly everybody in a rural area won't hear the shooting if they're inside, and the one or two who do most likely won't call police or think it's something else or from really far away.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Just like in the US, find someone with a rural property or semi-rural property. Nobody in the US cares in these areas if you shoot full auto once every few months. Even in Poland, I doubt most people would care enough to actually call the police. To further mitigate the problem, only shoot suppressed on such a property. Nearly everybody in a rural area won't hear the shooting if they're inside, and the one or two who do most likely won't call police or think it's something else or from really far away.
                that's a big no, in Poland you can only legally shoot on shooting ranges.

                [...]
                Also, plan to only do two to five minutes of shooting full auto, preferably just a few short bursts, with maybe a single risky long burst. Then, take apart the gun, and get off the property as soon as possible. Obviously, this property would belong to a close friend or family member. If this is the country, then it would definitely take the police a while to arrive if someone did call.

                if you just want to shoot full auto, there are shooting ranges that offer that kind of experience, for me that would make more sense than facing up to 8 years in prison for possesing a weapon you're not allowed to (full auto)

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >that's a big no, in Poland you can only legally shoot on shooting ranges.
                If nobody can hear your ass, nobody will be bothered to call the police. I'm certain there are people who do it, but they're just smart with it. Sticking with shooting suppressed and sparsely ever, and not keeping their guns on the property they do the shooting at.
                >if you just want to shoot full auto, there are shooting ranges that offer that kind of experience, for me that would make more sense than facing up to 8 years in prison for possesing a weapon you're not allowed to (full auto)
                Grow some balls. Full auto assault rifles are some of the most based things you could possibly own. The fact that they're so hard to get for private ownership only makes them more based.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                223 is still loud with a suppressor
                >Grow some balls
                you were the one concerned about ITAR but then you don't care about 8 years in polish prison? suit yourself

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >223 is still loud with a suppressor
                Just a few short bursts on a rural property into the dirt, preferably in an area where it wouldn't be so obvious. Torn up turf would be evidence. There is a lot of distance between houses, so most people wouldn't hear it at all, or they would only hear a few quiet pops. Suppressors greatly reduce the area in which you can actually hear the shots, so literally only your next door neighbors would hear the shots, but maybe even not if they're at home and watching TV or behind a computer with headphones on. 99% of people wouldn't think twice about it. After your two to five minutes is up, take apart the gun, and leave the property, and don't try it again for several months. I guarantee you nobody will have a problem with the noise in a rural setting. Also, get the quietest suppressors you can get your hands on.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >quietest suppressors
                i don't think any US made suppressors are available here, you can mostly buy polish made cans and some B&T ones
                also ase utra and a-tec
                https://bkprecise.pl/
                https://valhallaind.pl/

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >223 is still loud with a suppressor
                Just a few short bursts on a rural property into the dirt, preferably in an area where it wouldn't be so obvious. Torn up turf would be evidence. There is a lot of distance between houses, so most people wouldn't hear it at all, or they would only hear a few quiet pops. Suppressors greatly reduce the area in which you can actually hear the shots, so literally only your next door neighbors would hear the shots, but maybe even not if they're at home and watching TV or behind a computer with headphones on. 99% of people wouldn't think twice about it. After your two to five minutes is up, take apart the gun, and leave the property, and don't try it again for several months. I guarantee you nobody will have a problem with the noise in a rural setting. Also, get the quietest suppressors you can get your hands on.

                Also, by 2 to 5 minutes, I mean maybe 20 shots tops to minimize the potential annoyance and to keep people's nerves down so they don't end up thinking something is wrong and call the cops.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                homie I can hear a firecracker explode in the woods and it startles the shit out of me every time. You're gonna get your ass torn out if anybody hears you shoot. Especially now with tensions running high.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Maybe I could shoot subsonic 300 blackout through a suppressor? That wouldn't attract much attention in the country.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Maybe if you do it deep in the forest or some desolate farm with on one around within 5 kilometers. That being said, I would recommend against doing so since it's all illegal.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >with on one around within 5 kilometers.
                That seems a bit excessive. If the farm has a lot of trees around it, then those would absorb a lot of the noise. Subsonic rounds don't attract much attention. Most people would think it's fireworks or some bullshit. You could even try doing it on a holiday where fireworks are common. Once again, you could try with subsonic ammunition. For an AR, this would be subsonic 300 blackout. A decent 7.62 pistol can would be ideal for this task. Deep in the woods would likely work very well, due to so much noise absorption from all the trees.

                As an American, I can tell you that people get away with shooting where they're not supposed to all the time, especially Black folk, and seemingly nobody gives a frick. There were studies done, and they found that most people are unlikely to call the police if they hear gunshots, but this is the US. Even so, it shows that most people just don't give a frick. There are people who literally get brutally murdered and nobody calls the cops despite all the screaming. Now, you do have a point with tensions running high, but you would test the equipment out far away from Belarus or Ukraine, where people would be less tense.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >you'll buy full auto lower then what? if you install it on the upper receiver - you're a felon
                People typically get in trouble from buying, selling, and transporting illegal shit, not simply possessing it.
                >inb4 police won't find out - shooting range will call them when they see you firing full auto without required license
                Just like in the US, find someone with a rural property or semi-rural property. Nobody in the US cares in these areas if you shoot full auto once every few months. Even in Poland, I doubt most people would care enough to actually call the police. To further mitigate the problem, only shoot suppressed on such a property. Nearly everybody in a rural area won't hear the shooting if they're inside, and the one or two who do most likely won't call police or think it's something else or from really far away.

                Also, plan to only do two to five minutes of shooting full auto, preferably just a few short bursts, with maybe a single risky long burst. Then, take apart the gun, and get off the property as soon as possible. Obviously, this property would belong to a close friend or family member. If this is the country, then it would definitely take the police a while to arrive if someone did call.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ABW thread

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      w życiu nie słyszałem żeby abw nękało legalnych posiadaczy

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Laws are pretty laxed and I'd rather to stay it that way. No stamps for sbrs or suppressors, third pin is no issue as long as the gun won't fire full auto. Currently my permit allows me to own 22 different guns, can always expand that number without much effort. Can't really think of any downsides tbh

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Alright. Now I'm seriously considering shipping shit over from the US to Poland. All the gun shit is really expensive over there, while it's pretty cheap over here. I'm even considering shipping a stripped lower receiver over there, although that is the part that is actually legally considered a firearm in the US, so I don't think I want to mess with that, but I'm still interested in sending over a Geissele SSF and a select-fire parts kit over there. They are ITAR items, but entirely legal in Poland. I have had innocent iodine tablets stopped by Polish customs before, so I don't know what to expect.

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nice try ABW

  25. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    bump

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous
      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/gXhZbjP.jpeg

        bump

        33 years in this god forsaken country, and yet i still havent meet even a single fabled "polish femboy".
        Is that some inside joke i am not aware of?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Femboys boymode in public, so they don't present themselves as femboys in public. This is true for nearly all of them. They go into femboy mode in private.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            zeta and kręcenie wora would fix that

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              FALA RZĄDZI, KOTKU JEBANY

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Kiedyś ty ostatnio w polskiej armii falę widział?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                w latach 90ych to było wojo a nie przedszkole. zeta i fala i żołnierz wrogów rozpierdala

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                zóm zóm

  26. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    poland is now besieged by enemy nato forces. the only hope is that we join CSTO and become part of Russia to protect us from globohomo

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I LOVE the fact that Poland is militarizing so heavily. Poland is a pretty based country. An alliance with countries like Russia and China in the future would be based, but that's highly unlikely. Poland is economically tied to the EU too much now.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        poland would benefit more if they joined multipolar world as part of Russia. just like dugin said

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Low IQ take.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Not that anon, but it's unrealistic to begin with. With that said, I believe it would be better for the world overall if Poland joined some sort of alliance with Russia and China, especially based China, against the degenerate West.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              India will fall apart within your lifetime, Sanjay.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >against the degenerate West.
              anon, we are the degenerate West
              West that cares about human rights and do not rape their conscripts lmao
              get fricked

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                That's why I stated especially China. China is the moral superior to the West, and they are extremely anti-degeneracy, eugenic, and pro-education, pro-secularism, and pro-STEM. They are fricking based. An alliance with China would be based, and I believe Poland would be able one of the few European countries to pull off a soft alliance with China. If they were literally able to do the same with North Korea, then they get cozy with China.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >China is the moral superior to the West
                no it's not
                > and they are extremely anti-degeneracy, eugenic, and pro-education, pro-secularism, and pro-STEM
                lol no
                >They are fricking based
                90% of country living like wienerroaches lmao

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I LOVE the fact that Poland is militarizing so heavily. Poland is a pretty based country. An alliance with countries like Russia and China in the future would be based, but that's highly unlikely. Poland is economically tied to the EU too much now.

          are you moronic? joining our sworn enemies? All the stuff we're buying to kill russians not to side with them lol Get fricked vatniks

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Russians, and their western supporters love poland, while all globohomosexual hates poland

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >russians love poland
              are you dumb or just trolling

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous
              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                lmao, I knew russians are petty envious b***hes, but holy shit this has to be fake, right?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I LOVE the fact that Poland is militarizing so heavily. Poland is a pretty based country. An alliance with countries like Russia and China in the future would be based, but that's highly unlikely. Poland is economically tied to the EU too much now.

      poland would benefit more if they joined multipolar world as part of Russia. just like dugin said

      Not that anon, but it's unrealistic to begin with. With that said, I believe it would be better for the world overall if Poland joined some sort of alliance with Russia and China, especially based China, against the degenerate West.

      Russians, and their western supporters love poland, while all globohomosexual hates poland

      GOOD MORNING PIDORS

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous
  27. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  28. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    why did that stupid braterstwo Black person ban all lurkers? I don't want to be in his gay club just to be able to read the forum

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      morons writing moronic shit on public forum. Cant blame Prezes really.
      Im more angry about bazarek.

  29. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    why does this whole OP reek of german incelness and we're literally seeing someone planning out how to get a firearm as a 16 year old to shoot up his school with

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