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Topic: What's an appropriate amount of granola bars and guns to have for...

+Anonymous A2 months ago #46,886

the end times?

Asking for a friend.

+Nugget Syntaxroll !Uvm54ORbmo2 months ago, 1 minute later[T] [B] #509,041

all

+Anonymous C2 months ago, 8 minutes later, 10 minutes after the original post[T] [B] #509,042

Infowars sells bulk non-perishable food that lasts 10 years. It's not just basic rice and crap, but a lot of really delicious stuff.

+Bat Nugget is !GrateABlug2 months ago, 9 hours later, 10 hours after the original post[T] [B] #509,059

> all

+Anonymous E2 months ago, 39 minutes later, 10 hours after the original post[T] [B] #509,061

As far as disasters go be prepared for at least 2 weeks. That's the worst I went through before power and services were restored.

For food you need 1 gallon of water and 2000kcals per person per day. Canned and dry goods, no perishables.

For guns the bare minimum is 1 shotgun and 1 pistol. A 12 gauge 18.5" maverick 88 at ~$190 and a glock 19 ~$550 is going to give you the best value. Anything below is gambling anything above is overpaying.

+Anonymous F2 months ago, 33 minutes later, 11 hours after the original post[T] [B] #509,065

retarded.

·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 20 hours later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,136

@509,041 (Nugget Syntaxroll !Uvm54ORbmo)
@509,059 (Bat Nugget is !GrateABlug)

Grate, now I need storage solutions. :(

@509,042 (C)
GRANOLA ONLY!

@509,061 (E)
That's a little more than I keep now, but sounds reasonable.


Just to verify... I shouldn't buy a Kimber or a hi-point? Do I need a rifle?

·Anonymous E2 months ago, 2 hours later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,146

@previous (A)
If by kimber you mean a 1911 then no. It has less rounds, its very picky on what type of ammo it will feed, and by the time you end up "fixing" it you would have spend several thousand dollars. If you want to have .45acp that's fine but get a more modern gun chambered in it. Hi-points on the other hand shoot but they may not cycle reliably and have pretty shit ergonomics. You want something that is reliable and the hi point is not reliable.

My personal opinion, I'm assuming you mean a tactical rifle, is that you don't need it. A good personal pistol can be something discreet that you can carry in your car or person if need be without attracting too much attention while the shotgun can handle close quarters home situations. A rifle is more for ideological purposes like people that see themselves as the modern day minutemen who have the basic tool to come to their country's aid if need be or avid hunters. The average joe isn't really like that.

Take the money you would've spent on a rifle and use it to get some NRA training or simply use it to go to the range.

+chili dog !!heHjtrQ7i2 months ago, 25 minutes later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,147

a while ago a big snowstorm knocked out the power for like 3 weeks. so maybe that much

·Bat Nugget is !GrateABlug2 months ago, 2 hours later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,149

@509,136 (A)

I offer end of the world storage solutions at low, low prices.

Caps only

+Anonymous H2 months ago, 13 minutes later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,151

@509,147 (chili dog !!heHjtrQ7i)
your comment reminds me of your cold indifferent attitude towards Bert..

·chili dog !!heHjtrQ7i2 months ago, 17 minutes later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,153

@previous (H)
ok bert

guess what
nobody owes you attention or affection
you're not entitled to people's care

(Edited 22 seconds later.)


·Anonymous H2 months ago, 3 minutes later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,155

@previous (chili dog !!heHjtrQ7i)
I am not as bad as I come across on the chans..
I just read a thread about you selling insurance...do you still do that?

I actually sold cancer insurance once...for about three months...it was a strange experience..

·Anonymous H2 months ago, 1 minute later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,156

@509,153 (chili dog !!heHjtrQ7i)
and YOU'RE not entitled to my attention either...but I give it to you anyways because you are special imo..

·chili dog !!heHjtrQ7i2 months ago, 4 minutes later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,158

@previous (H)
i am not asking for your attention, nor do i expect it of you. therein lies the difference.

@509,155 (H)
i did that for a month, maybe 6 weeks, during the summer...

·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 8 hours later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,175

@509,147 (chili dog !!heHjtrQ7i)

2-3 weeks worth does seem reasonable without being tinfoil on head crazy. Especially with natural disasters.

@509,146 (E)
Isn't a 1911 in .45acp superior to all tupperware regardless?
@509,149 (Bat Nugget is !GrateABlug)
Sounds like a great idea, first I need nuka cola.

(Edited 5 minutes later.)


·Anonymous E2 months ago, 21 minutes later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,181

@previous (A)
> Isn't a 1911 in .45acp superior to all tupperware regardless?
Not by a longshot but go and actually handle them by yourself. If you shoot enough you'll eventually see the difference. Now, that doesn't mean the 1911 doesn't have amazing ergonomics or that the 45acp is a bad round but it's a platform that shows its age.

+Namefag !CQywTu1T9w2 months ago, 13 hours later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,212

Just get a Springfield XD

Cheaper but more reliable than Glocks

(Edited 9 seconds later.)


·Anonymous F2 months ago, 2 hours later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,227

I use my fists and my feet..

·Anonymous E2 months ago, 17 minutes later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,230

@509,212 (Namefag !CQywTu1T9w)
> Springfield XD

They look like absolute ASS.

·Namefag !CQywTu1T9w2 months ago, 1 hour later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,235

@previous (E)
It's like a glock from deus ex suck my dick

(Edited 3 minutes later.)

·Namefag !CQywTu1T9w2 months ago, 3 minutes later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,236

@509,230 (E)

·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 1 hour later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,252

@509,212 (Namefag !CQywTu1T9w)

> more reliable than glocks

lolno

·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 32 minutes later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,260

wtf.jpg@509,061 (E)


Okay, bro. I got the glawk 19 like you said. Only the ".40 S & W" fits it and not the .45acp. What gives?

·Anonymous E2 months ago, 27 minutes later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,261

@previous (A)

You have to lube the barrel with oil and when you rack the slide REALLY use some force on it. The .45 should slide right in.

·Namefag !CQywTu1T9w2 months ago, 5 minutes later, 2 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,262

@509,252 (A)
You wanna go look up feed and failure rates and come back?

·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 7 hours later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,290

@previous (Namefag !CQywTu1T9w)

Sure. Point me to your source, I'll read it.

Look, bud. I've owned both glawk and springfield gats, they both make grate gats, all of springfield/glawks I've owned have functioned flawlessly with maybe 1 in a 1000 ftf/fte. Trying to say XD is outperforming glock in terms of reliability is simply not true, with the exception of the generation 2 glawk fotty or the g36, maybe, those two have had issues. I'm on my second g19 and haven't had any ftf/fte with this one at over 2k rds. The previous one I did with winchester whitebox after changing the coil springs, but then all it took was not using shitty ammo and it was magically fine. Point is the difference between the two in terms of reliability between the two is virtually nil.

·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 14 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,294

lubejob.jpg@509,261 (E)

OH!

I was trying to lube up the magazine. That's what I got wrong.

·Namefag !CQywTu1T9w2 months ago, 1 hour later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,302

@509,290 (A)
My personal experience is different then, my cop buddy's service glock AND subcompact concealed carry both misfired and failed to eject multiple times after regular cleaning and service.

·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 5 hours later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,308

@previous (Namefag !CQywTu1T9w)
Most definitely limp wristing and possibly underpowered ammo. It's not an uncommon report esp. from new shooters or people new to glawk. Glawks are light pieces of tupperware, so it's easy to induce a malfunction by not knowing how to grip it. I'm sure the cop would replace them if he had concerns about reliability with two gats.

Here's an exaggerated example of limp wristing a glawk. It's easy af to do for new shooters, but also easy af to correct. I would be lying if I said I didn't experience it with my first glockenspiel.

+Anonymous J2 months ago, 14 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,310

@509,302 (Namefag !CQywTu1T9w)
A glock doesnt "misfire".go look up the glock armorer's manual to see why. He either limp wristed or failed to trigger discipline.

·Namefag !CQywTu1T9w2 months ago, 53 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,315

@509,308 (A)
@previous (J)
SO A 20 YEAR EX-ARMY VETERAN COP IS LIMP WRISTING???!

HAHAHHAA GO SUCK AUSTRIAN COCK.

"After popping off 50 rounds with each pistol, I found that the XD-S and I would consistently fire off tighter groups, but not by much. However, the XD-S won the slowfire contest hands down because the G36 failed to feed more frequently than an anorexic rabbi at an all-you-can-eat chitlin’ buffet."

"Joe brought his G36 to gun-swami Dave Santurri, who diagnosed the problem as defective recoil springs. Recoil springs have been a recurring problem for Glock. So bad was the problem that the company instituted a “Recoil Spring Exchange Program,” which is kinda like a recall but without the embarrassment of admitting that Perfection ain’t all it’s cracked up to be."

So you're wrong... in your own thread.

Care to polish my dick with your tongue?

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2012/09/ralph/forty-five-face-off-springfield-armory-xd-s-vs-glock-36/

(Edited 53 seconds later.)


+Anonymous K2 months ago, 15 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,318

@previous (Namefag !CQywTu1T9w)

You can look above and I said the g36 had known issues. It's okay that a nogunz commie thinks he knows more about guns, but it doesn't make you any less wrong. Limp wristing can happen to experienced people too.

(Edited 18 seconds later.)


·Namefag !CQywTu1T9w2 months ago, 14 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,321

@previous (K)
So you just completely ignored the "Recoil Spring Exchange Program" like the FBI ignored Hillary's emails...

Enjoy your jammed up brick.

"Perfection" pfft.

(Edited 14 seconds later.)


·Anonymous J2 months ago, 5 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,326

@509,315 (Namefag !CQywTu1T9w)
> exarmy
> Excop
> thinks this means anything

Cops are notoriously piss poor shots and the army doesnt waste time to teach their people a lot about pistols. You just outed your ignorant ass.

·Namefag !CQywTu1T9w2 months ago, 48 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,336

@previous (J)
You're trying to say that someone with over 10,000 hours on the range and in active duty doesn't know how to fire a pistol correctly...

I believe it is you who has outed themselves lol

·Anonymous E2 months ago, 36 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,341

Screen Shot 2017-02-16 at 21508 PM.png@509,321 (Namefag !CQywTu1T9w)
The recoil program was for the first of the gen4's. This issue was fixed YEARS ago. Look at the date of your article. It's obvious you just googled and posted the first link that you thought "proved" glocks were defective. I'm not saying it's the only good gun out there, pistols are simple devices tbh, but it's has a good track record for being as prolific as it is. It's like the meme about them being grenades, when you dig deeper you find that it's because people were using vastly overpowered loads and usually on a model chambered in other than a 9mm.

https://us.glock.com/customer-service/recoil-spring-exchange

(Edited 3 minutes later.)


·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 21 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,342

One lemon even doesn't change anything, and I believe he had issues with the G36, for sure. You were still most definitely limp wristing after experiencing it with two guns, even if one was a g36. All that means is you aren't familiar with the weapon. Nbd.

Glawks and xd is basically apples to apples. It comes down to personal preference and the performance/reliability difference is negligible.

As for the recoil spring, they changed the design. Springfield had to recall the XDs. Big deal.

You have yet to back up your original claim beyond your personal anecdote and one guys issue with the g36. You limp wristing and one lemon isn't much of an argument. :\

(Edited 2 minutes later.)


·Anonymous F2 months ago, 3 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,344

no1fuckingcars..

·Anonymous A (OP) — 2 months ago, 4 minutes later, 3 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,345

@509,341 (E)

Word.

It's not uncommon for manufacturers to have issues with the first run of things.

Just like the Springfield XDs having to be recalled. Shit happens.

I haven't seen anything to suggest XD is more reliable than glock. I've carried an XD too and it was solid, but I prefer the g19 and g26. W/e, it's just personal preference in the end.
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