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Cosmiccragsman

Trad climber
AKA Dwain, from Apple Valley, Ca. and Vegas!
Mar 6, 2013 - 09:51pm PT
One of my favorite rifles to shoot is my Russian SKS.
The ammo is pretty cheap and once you have it sighted in and get use to it,
it's pretty accurate.
I even have a scope for it that I bought years ago.
Ron Anderson

Trad climber
Soon to be Nipple suckling Liberal
Mar 7, 2013 - 09:02am PT
My question is,, what is the best DRONE loads?

Being approx 6' long in the fuselage and ten feet of wing span. Servo controls being located mainly in the fuselage along with batterys , gyros and the all inportant receiver. Cameras mounted on belly or nose.

They are not built to take a beating. The tail section would possible be the best area to disable the flight as it has much surface area and control rods for the elevator and rudder all in a smaller area.

Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 7, 2013 - 09:11am PT
Drones fly too high to shoot at with guns, but I have a book on backyard rocketry with detailed schematics for building a rocket with payload potential and an IR sensor that controls fin servos, making it a missile that seeks the heat of a drone engine.

Then I have another book with details of a proximity fuse.

We have the technology,...

Urizen

Ice climber
Berkeley, CA
Mar 7, 2013 - 09:14am PT
The rest of us will be all right until the poor learn to build atom bombs in their basements. --Charles Bukowski
Reilly

Mountain climber
The Other Monrovia- CA
Mar 7, 2013 - 09:18am PT
Maybe a bit OT but I had dinner Sat with an old friend whose credentials are
beyond reproach and he told me that the Air Force, in their inimitable wisdom,
was seriously surprised when they found out that the Taliban was tapping
into our drones' un-scrambled video feeds. I guess 'hubris' is not a
word in the Air Force's vocabulary.
Ron Anderson

Trad climber
Soon to be Nipple suckling Liberal
Mar 7, 2013 - 09:33am PT
I wonder if DSM2 at 2.4ghz is comparable to the drones frequencies?
Chaz

Trad climber
greater Boss Angeles area
Mar 7, 2013 - 09:59am PT
Does a Yugoslav Mauser count as a Communist arm?
Ron Anderson

Trad climber
Soon to be Nipple suckling Liberal
Mar 7, 2013 - 10:04am PT
no,, just a classic..
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 7, 2013 - 12:58pm PT
Credit: Piton Ron

So is the Suomi (technically a Nazi gun since Finland was an ally).
Recently got it tuned by McClure and now it rocks those 72rd drums.
crunch

Social climber
CO
Mar 7, 2013 - 01:26pm PT
Any theories as to why the commies, who couldn't seem to compete with free enterprise, still made great guns?
The greatest battle rifle of all time was designed by a guy who never made a ruble off of the 57 million plus units made.

That IS an interesting question.

Communism seems fatally flawed as a form of government (if only because, as pointed out decades ago by Orwell), human weaknesses and prejudices override the theoretical fairness of the system).

But, by taking away the profit motive and the need for promotion, pretty appearance, and marketing, an inventor/designer/engineer can produce something that is simple, practical, effective, reliable.

Have to wonder what Ayn Rand would have thought of Kalashnikov, perhaps one of the best ever embodiments of her Howard Roark character?
gonamok

climber
dont make me come over there
Mar 8, 2013 - 08:52pm PT
I have owned 3 mosin nagant M91 rifles, restored one, sporterized one and used the third for parts. They are heavy but exceptionally robust and accurate, fun to shoot. I also have an M44 carbine, which is more of a novelty with the folding bayonet. Durability is a hallmark of russian made weapons.
Jim, when i shoot at targets i pretend its somebodys head and imagine the blood and bone flying when the bullet hits the paper and thats why i shoot, right? I think i hear your mama calling, you geek.
Salamanizer

Trad climber
The land of Fruits & Nuts!
Mar 8, 2013 - 09:52pm PT
Have to agree, the M91 Mosin Nagant is one of the most robust battle proven rifles ever made... Next to the AK of course.

It's nowhere near the best, but it's accurate, tough, and extremely cheap.
On of my favorite rifles to shoot. The action is smooth as stucco, trigger pull crisp as a Siberian snowstorm and finish work pretty as a boar but it has never, ever failed.

God I love the smell of Cosmoline in the morning.


Credit: Salamanizer

7.62 X 54R steel core armor piercing rounds.
7.62 X 54R steel core armor piercing rounds.
Credit: Salamanizer
jghedge

climber
Mar 8, 2013 - 10:32pm PT
Thought this thread needed a dose of reality, and a realistic perspective on what your fetish actually results in

Enjoy!


Your daily dose of FREEDOM


http://www.businessweek.com/ap/2013-03-08/mont-dot-man-kills-sportsman-channel-host-then-self


HELENA, Mont. (AP) A northwestern Montana man shot and killed the host of the Sportsman Channel show "A Rifleman's Journal" in an apparent jealous rage while the TV personality was visiting the shooter's wife, police said Friday.

Wayne Bengston, 41, then beat his wife, took his 2-year-old son to a relative's house and drove to his home about 25 miles away in West Glacier, where he killed himself, Whitefish Police Chief Bill Dial said.

"It's pretty much an open-and-closed case. Homicide and suicide," Dial said.

Police identified the shooting victim as Gregory G. Rodriguez, 43, of Sugar Land, Texas. Bengston's wife told police that Rodriguez was in town on business and visiting her at her mother's house in Whitefish when her husband showed up Thursday at about 10:30 p.m.

Rodriguez and the woman, who works for a firearms manufacturer in the Flathead Valley, met at a trade show and struck up a casual relationship that police do not believe was romantic, Dial said.

She and Rodriguez were sitting at the kitchen table, talking over a glass of wine, when Bengston entered the house and shot Rodriguez, Dial said.

He then beat his wife on the face and head, most likely with the pistol, he said. She was treated at a hospital and released.

"I think it was a jealous husband, but this is all conjecture," Dial said.

After the shooting was reported, Flathead County sheriff's deputies found Bengston's truck parked in his driveway. Efforts by a police SWAT team to contact Bengston inside the house were unsuccessful, and officers found his body with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, police said.

Besides appearing on TV, Rodriguez was the founder and CEO of Global Adventure Outfitters. According to the company's website, he was an editor at Shooting Times Magazine and a contributing editor at Petersen's Hunting, Guns & Ammo and Dangerous Game.

He was a mortgage banker before founding Global Adventure Outfitters and has hunted in 21 countries, the website says.

"A Rifleman's Journal" tracks Rodriguez's hunting travels to exotic locations, according to a Sportsman Channel description.

He has {had} a wife and two children, it says.

A woman who answered the phone at Global Adventure Outfitters confirmed that Rodriguez had been in Montana but said the organization would not be making a statement at the time.

Bengston worked for the U.S. Forest Service, Dial said.





YEE HAW!!!!


God Bless America!!!



mojede

Trad climber
Butte, America
Mar 8, 2013 - 10:50pm PT
I gotta start getting the newspaper again, totally missed the Helena story--keep up with the penis talk, lads.
tradmanclimbs

Ice climber
Pomfert VT
Mar 9, 2013 - 03:51am PT
Ron. what do you think of the Professional Russian dude? If you still do not have a high speed connection you are missing out on some pretty funny videos...
Hugh of Lincoln

climber
South Carolina
Mar 9, 2013 - 08:21am PT
Love the blue alien peeking out from under the stock in the picture Salimanzer posted. Essential equipment for your range bag.
sandstone conglomerate

climber
sharon conglomerate central
Mar 9, 2013 - 08:38am PT
that ain't no blue alien, its a drone flight controller. unless you mean a real alien,like a martian.
Sierra Ledge Rat

Mountain climber
Old and Broken Down in Appalachia
Mar 9, 2013 - 08:43am PT
During the Afgan's war with the USSR in the 1980s, I was in Pakistan and tried to get up to the border to get myself some Russian AK-47s. I had a way to get them back into the USA without anyone knowing.

Unfortunately my endeavor didn't play out as intended and I never got my commie guns.
klaus

Big Wall climber
Pacif*#ka Muthaf*#ka
Mar 9, 2013 - 09:46am PT
Credit: klaus
tradmanclimbs

Ice climber
Pomfert VT
Mar 9, 2013 - 03:22pm PT
the Professional russian came real close to buying the farm on this one.. not real bright buthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ8Ndkg8urw&feature=player_embedded he is playing a russian;)
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