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TK-421

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In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

20 May 2015 - 08:33 PM

I figure it's just like any other gun: practice, practice, practice, before you carry it. Enough practice and hopefully you get used to it. Obviously it's not meant for everybody, I personally would want something bigger than a .380, but some people are okay with pocket carrying a small gun.


In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

20 May 2015 - 07:04 PM

Probably so it conforms to your body and is less likely to be a big square bulge in your pocket, at least that's my guess, I didn't read anything in the link, only looked at the pictures.


In Topic: Problem with Ninja Microbore remote line.

06 April 2015 - 12:01 AM

Use a tank that outputs 850 psi and you probably won't experience any issues.


In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

30 March 2015 - 02:36 AM

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does anyone else love dedicated 9mm rifles as much as i do? especially the ones that run off glock mags

 

If I want a rifle, it's going to be in a rifle caliber. If I want to use a pistol caliber, then it's going to be a pistol. I really don't understand the point of having a rifle that doesn't shoot rifle rounds, it just doesn't make any sense to me, and I don't see a reason for it.


In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

29 March 2015 - 12:15 AM

Ok, the tighter tolerances should technically make it more accurate. Hmmm

 

Accuracy is relative. The military is generally more worried about getting the rounds into a man sized target, rather than trying to put a bullet through the same hole, like some of the private sector wants to do. So what the military considers accurate might be horrendously inaccurate to the private sector, which is why the military can get away with looser tolerances, and the private sector guns need tighter tolerances.