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Would gunmithing be allowed here?

Post your vids, pictures, channels, builds, parts kits et.c related to gunsmithing (but other weapons are allowed too).






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you know I just realized something, the metral looks very similar to the MGP series that peru made, wonder if they have any connection.


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This was a custom build (ignore my friend's tacticool M4 in the background lol). It's an A2 upper and Rock Island lower receiver but the body kit is Vietnam era. The triangular fore-grip makes it's easier to balance imho. Altogether it cost around $500 to make and is accurate to an inch at 200 yards. I've been mulling over building a semi-auto UZI with folding stock from parts in the near future.


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Traditional long rifle kits are fun as well. Works of art honestly. Track of the Wolf is premier for their kits.


Let's say I've never done this before. I've shot before and quite enjoyed it but don't own a gun. What's the best place to start with gunsmithing? I've watched a ton of videos from MidwayUSA on YouTube. I have some fairly good tool skills though not much practical experience on CNC machines or lathes or drill presses or anything like that.


just gonna leave this here
the murdercube archive has plenty on gunsmithing, rocketry, murder, political shit, humor and basically anything /k/ related. Enjoy.

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Do you watch any artsy youtube channels, sushis?

I like watching miniature ones.
They mostly work with building little kits that you purchase online and you get everything from the wood to the wall papers and the little pieces to assemble things like tables and chairs.
It's fun.

Some of the channels I watch are:

HMS2 (this one also has videos on crafting miniature food and furniture)


The Square to Spare
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I quite like doki doki drawing.
The guy just gets a Japanese animator to draw the same thing as him and then the animator critiques his using his own as a reference.

The channel also uploads a lot of promotional type stuff and bullshit but that pro vs amateur are definitely worth hanging around for.

They also have some videos on painting and animating but they're not so good in my opinion.


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I've been binging on guitar repair videos lately, seeing the different little hacks they use to fix things is neat.

This channel is run by a pretty high-end luthier, some of these videos are really impressive!

This other channel is more of a one man deal, his work isn't as intense and exciting, but the way he grumpily rambles on about stuff as he does the repairs is fun to listen to.


Dave makes good content, but the way he talks gets me bummed out after a video or two. I can only take him in small doses.

A channel you might like is The Guitologist. He's a guy from Kentucky that does repairs and salvages vintage amps/electronics. He's a pretty cool dude. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-27OVmxHVxY

Lately I've been getting into crafting scenery and tiles for D&D, so I've been watching a lot of DM Scotty, Wylock, and Black Magic Craft. If any sushis know of other good crafters that share creative ideas I'd love to hear about them!



This person did a video tutorial explaining how to be healthy and happy as a neet. It may be helpful to the sushi rolls here.

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Does anyone else listen to music constantly while making things?
I find myself quickly bored if I don't listen to music.
Then again, when I do it will often make me more impatient and influence my ideas.
Often times I'll do something good then realise afterwards that I turned music off at some point and forgot to turn it back on.

I wonder if I should just make music something that I give dedicated time to, rather than having it overlap. Maybe then I can enjoy music more and make better stuff away from it.

Does music affect any of you guys in this way?
Do you think it's a net benefit or not?
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I like to study listening to some specific kinds of music, and sometimes i listen to music while programming too, but i turn it off if the problem is too hard. In general i think studying while listening to music is beneficial, at least for me.
The only circumstance i'd say i never listen to music is when i'm reading fiction, the maximum i do is listening to rain sounds if some neighbour is listening to something loud, because i feel music can give me the wrong feeling (ie a sad music in a glorious passage from a book), and i can't keep changing musics based on whats the general feeling of what i'm reading.


When I'm doing homework I don't listen to anything otherwise I can't focus. When I'm doing anything else I listen to music, mostly Broadway soundtracks.


For me music is noise. All i put in my ears when i work are a pair of earplugs so i don't have to hear noises.
Cant focus on anything when hearing noises.


I like to analyze music when I listen to it, so I can't really listen while I work or I will get distracted. I do is more as a recreational thing. I plan a time to sit down and listen to music, much like I would sit down to play games or watch a movie.


I often play music, usually soft instrumental music of some sort. Except when I'm reading, I like to be in complete silence while reading, unless I'm at the library where I have to isolate myself from my surroundings.
When I do origami it's a different story. I don't have to think much so I can listen to spoken words. Actually, my retention is greatly enhanced when doing origami, so that it's very convenient for me to put on some history lessons for example. But sometimes I don't want to be studying all the time so I listen to some form of comedy.

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