Whats stopping you from visiting your local hardware store? You dont need a license to go there.

What’s stopping you from visiting your local hardware store? You don’t need a license to go there.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    As an American, I have easy access to real guns.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      that's a real gun, it's just homemade

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

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

      >What’s stopping you
      See pic
      Also, I already have proper factory-made guns, so I don't need to risk going to prison for some shitty home-made hand explorer like that one you posted, which should simply be named "The case head separator".
      If that's really yours, then do yourself a favor and don't fire the thing without a face shield since it's virtually guaranteed to spit shards of brass into your eyes @800m/s.

      >doesnt boobytrap his domicile
      NGMI

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Lethal booby-traps just reduce the supplies for my rape dungeon.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >he needs more than giblets for his rape dungeon
          NGMI

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Mr. Basic Rapist over here
            You're missing out, my dude.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      as an American you also have the right to make guns at home, so do it
      euros and Canadians etc literally cannot do this, making guns at home is an American thing uniquely

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What’s stopping you
    See pic
    Also, I already have proper factory-made guns, so I don't need to risk going to prison for some shitty home-made hand explorer like that one you posted, which should simply be named "The case head separator".
    If that's really yours, then do yourself a favor and don't fire the thing without a face shield since it's virtually guaranteed to spit shards of brass into your eyes @800m/s.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      OP paying the med bills after his life changing experience...
      OP?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      looks like a 22, it won't be that violent. Not like that moron who used a 50 cal round as a hammer.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Too thick probably 9mm or .380

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >looks like a 22
        The bullet has the shine of a proper jacket and it's not heeled to be the same diameter as the casing's neck. Definitely not .22lr.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I don't need to risk going to prison
      What shithole do you live in?

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    if I was in some no guns place with some rough places like some SEA monkey shithole I might but honestly why would I be there in the first place

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The Mexicans out front

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because.. Im not a felon and can buy/build real guns..

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    $20 and an afternoon can make some funky shit that won't blow your hand off. Idk what the frick the maker of OPs landmine where thinking.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    because morons on ebay are selling barreled and unbarelled receivers on ebay, either out of genuine moronation or thinking nobody's gonna know. yesterday there was at least 6 mauser actions up for auction, today they're gone. but things like sxs shotgun frames, single shotgun frames, barreled .22 rifle actions are still being sold.
    not that I give a shit, because we aren't fricking brazil, but it's clear the AFT doesn't actually give a frick about actual education nor any sort of doing their job outside of harassing civillians

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Homemade barrels are fun

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What's the actual name for the kind of hardening used on barrels?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >the kind of hardening used on barrels
        they usually arent hardened

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          They usually are? It's one of the holy grails of diy and would allow you to bypass chinese mystery tubes.

          >What's the actual name for the kind of hardening used on barrels?
          Nitriding or chrome are the two general processes. But that doesn't change the quality/alloy of steel you need for the barrel itself that's just for more longevity.

          Isn't that just surface treatments?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >It's one of the holy grails of diy and would allow you to bypass chinese mystery tubes.
            I'm not the anon you're replying to, but I don't understand this position. Why are chinese mystery tubes even being considered? Even small towns have places that sell steel pipe, channel, I-beam, etc. They're usually in the industrial part of town, quite often overlapping with recycling centers that buy scrap metal or fabrication & welding repair shops. There you can buy thick-walled pipe and tubing that you will not find at a hardware store. Places like this are very common.
            If you have crippling autism that prevents social interaction you can buy it by the foot online from places which cater to race car builders like Chassis Shop or generic places that sell metals, like:
            https://www.onlinemetals.com/en/buy/alloy-steel-round-tube

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >what steel (affordable for civilians)
              4140/4150 aren't exactly unobtanium.
              [...]
              [...]
              >the kind of hardening used on barrels
              There's no special name for it, anon. They're just hardened.

              I'm 100% sure that barrels arr hardened in a certain way depending on the metal used, you don't just use any sort of steel for it without any hardening.
              It has been brought up many times in these types of threads before. Are you trying to trick me?

              >Why are chinese mystery tubes even being considered?
              Because they are hydraulic tubes that can withstand the pressure and the reason they arr considered is cause of the limitations of buying hydraulic tubing in places with stricter gun control laws.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Barrel steel is normalised by the mill. Most barrels aren't hardened after that.
                The chinese "hydraulic" tubes are simply unrifled barrels. They know what they are being used for and customs knows as well. Would not be hard to shut down.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >normalised by the mill
                I must've been thing of this then, or i slipped through cracks in reality to a place with different laws. I swear I've heard of people talking about it on here.

                https://i.imgur.com/ABBGL0H.png

                >It's one of the holy grails of diy
                https://www.mcmaster.com/products/metals/steel~/shape~round-tube/

                No mcmasters in Europe.

                [...] here, I'm not sure why you're quoting me here. I'm telling you where to buy steel tubing if you're ignorant. I didn't mention anything about hardening.

                But since you brought it up, no there's no special hardening involved for barrel steel. This is easily proved since you can cut barrels with a file or hacksaw, mark them with stamps and punches, drill and tap them with standard tools, turn them on a lathe, etc. None of that would be possible if they were hardened. Now RECEIVERS are hardened, but there's no real secret behind that, you look up the phase diagram for the type of steel your using and work off that to get your temperatures, same as if you were hardening steel for any other purpose. Hatcher's Notebook by Julian Hatcher discusses this in detail if you want to read about it.

                >is cause of the limitations of buying hydraulic tubing in places with stricter gun control laws.
                I suspect it's more that gamers on the internet are totally ignorant of where local welders buy their metal.

                Sorry you got caught in the crossfire.
                From what I've seen the comm9n hardware stores barely sell any proper material for such uses so i imagine they go to company stores that you need a registered business to buy from so you can get the card you need to buy stuff there, is how businesses buy stuff in bulk here.

                >I'm 100% sure that barrels arr hardened in a certain way depending on the metal used, you don't just use any sort of steel for it without any hardening.
                No shit. The specific heat treatment depends on the particular alloy, but there's no reason to use anything that would require case hardening, or induction hardening.

                I see, what would you recommend?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >so i imagine they go to company stores that you need a registered business to buy from
                If you're buying in bulk and you want wholesale pricing then sure that requires a registered business. But if you want to buy a meter or two that's not necessary. There exist shops between hardware stores and full-on industrial wholesalers. Look for the places where professional tradesmen (welders, plumbers, mechanics, etc.) or farmers buy their supplies. A plumber who needs to fix a high pressure pipe or a farmer who needs to fix a gate don't need a whole truckload of steel, they just go buy a few feet at a time. These kinds of stores are not well known to the average person but they are everywhere because so many industries depend on them. They carry wide assortments of different shapes like picrel and they cut to order. Like I mentioned earlier they often overlap with places that do metal recycling or that sell welding supplies.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                When you own a company in Sweden it gives you access to stores where you can buy things tax free and that you can't buy elsewhere, in the hardware stores I've been to they've never had a good selection of metal if any at all, so i imagine there's company stores where tradesmen buy their stuff.
                What we can buy here in terms of diy tends to be really limited, and that's talking about diy in general not potential gun stuff. Though could just be that I've missed those stores.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >No mcmasters in Europe.
                So look for places IN EUROPE that have stuff like that. It's not hard.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >It's one of the holy grails of diy and would allow you to bypass chinese mystery tubes.
                I'm not the anon you're replying to, but I don't understand this position. Why are chinese mystery tubes even being considered? Even small towns have places that sell steel pipe, channel, I-beam, etc. They're usually in the industrial part of town, quite often overlapping with recycling centers that buy scrap metal or fabrication & welding repair shops. There you can buy thick-walled pipe and tubing that you will not find at a hardware store. Places like this are very common.
                If you have crippling autism that prevents social interaction you can buy it by the foot online from places which cater to race car builders like Chassis Shop or generic places that sell metals, like:
                https://www.onlinemetals.com/en/buy/alloy-steel-round-tube

                here, I'm not sure why you're quoting me here. I'm telling you where to buy steel tubing if you're ignorant. I didn't mention anything about hardening.

                But since you brought it up, no there's no special hardening involved for barrel steel. This is easily proved since you can cut barrels with a file or hacksaw, mark them with stamps and punches, drill and tap them with standard tools, turn them on a lathe, etc. None of that would be possible if they were hardened. Now RECEIVERS are hardened, but there's no real secret behind that, you look up the phase diagram for the type of steel your using and work off that to get your temperatures, same as if you were hardening steel for any other purpose. Hatcher's Notebook by Julian Hatcher discusses this in detail if you want to read about it.

                >is cause of the limitations of buying hydraulic tubing in places with stricter gun control laws.
                I suspect it's more that gamers on the internet are totally ignorant of where local welders buy their metal.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >This is easily proved since you can cut barrels with a file or hacksaw, mark them with stamps and punches, drill and tap them with standard tools, turn them on a lathe, etc. None of that would be possible if they were hardened
                Hardening isn't a binary thing. You can absolutely cut, drill, tap, and file hardened steels, as long as they are still softer than the cutting tool. I highly doubt anyone's going to be making or using 60HRC gun barrels.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >as long as they are still softer than the cutting tool
                Obviously. But my point is they are very soft indeed.

                > I highly doubt anyone's going to be making or using 60HRC gun barrels.
                Correct, they're more like 28-32 HRC nowadays but historically many were even about as soft as you could get. Which makes sense, it would need to be that soft otherwise there was no way you were going to cut rifling in it with the tooling of the day, and it's not like you could harden it after doing that.
                https://www.coltforum.com/threads/hardness-testing-early-winchester-barrels.408138/

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I'm 100% sure that barrels arr hardened in a certain way depending on the metal used, you don't just use any sort of steel for it without any hardening.
                No shit. The specific heat treatment depends on the particular alloy, but there's no reason to use anything that would require case hardening, or induction hardening.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >It's one of the holy grails of diy
            https://www.mcmaster.com/products/metals/steel~/shape~round-tube/

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What's the actual name for the kind of hardening used on barrels?
        Nitriding or chrome are the two general processes. But that doesn't change the quality/alloy of steel you need for the barrel itself that's just for more longevity.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      always wondered how can you make a barrel. what steel (affordable for civilians), what size ( you need to know your munitions), how to make the inner spiral cuts (if you are going for precision), etc.
      I guess smooth bore is easier. similar to what that japanese guy did.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >how to make the inner spiral cuts (if you are going for precision), etc.
        People were cutting rifling by hand using mostly wooden tools hundreds of years ago.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >what steel (affordable for civilians)
        4140/4150 aren't exactly unobtanium.

        What's the actual name for the kind of hardening used on barrels?

        What's the actual name for the kind of hardening used on barrels?

        >the kind of hardening used on barrels
        There's no special name for it, anon. They're just hardened.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Any steel works.
        Cheap Chinese button rifle. 5 ton press and lengths of hardened bar stock smaller in diameter than the barrel.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bymp

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Looks like you're using a High Powered rubber band.
    > Ban the Band
    > for the kids [TM]

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    So easy that children did it 50 years ago

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I believe if I ever tried to construct and fire a home made firearm the only person injured would be myself

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    OP pic would be a good lock device for Booby trap firing devices

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    12 gauge pipe shotguns are dead simple, hunters in Africa call them shakalakas.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Boom shakalaka

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