I was bored one night watching people shooting their AK's with bumpski stocks. And created a bumpfire stock from a crutch in 30 minutes and named it the crutchski. Lol The funny thing is that it works very well. So now anyone that has a crutch sitting in the garage or finds one in a thrift store...
advantages,= redundancies,,= 2 is one , 1 is none
a double shotgun is like carrying a backup gun all in one!
2 firing pins,
very few parts to bend jam or break,, but if one does,, the other half may likely still function
can load 2 different types...
I am looking to get my hands on my first rifle, scoped preferably, for a survival/defense situation for less than $600, if possible. I am right handed but left eye dominant. I'm a big kind of guy, 6'0" and 220 lbs. Any information on what i should get or consider would be very well appreciated.
I know this subject has to have been covered before but bear with me. I know everyone has a "I want" list of firearms for survival. But what do you have "to make do with"? When I got started, many years ago, I started out with a .30-30, an old bolt action 20 guage shotgun and a handed down...
with so many rifle platforms and calibers to choose from if you could build your perfect survival rifle what would it be?
what caliber would it be?
my ''could be'' perfect rifle would be galail/kalish. semi-sporter configuration ( not full military ) all stainless steel , chambered in...