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Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
Just a short video of touching up my trunk gun. Depending on the election we may all need to learn how to camo a rifle...



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Just a short video of touching up my trunk gun. Depending on the election we may all need to learn how to camo a rifle...


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Nicely done! I enjoy being an artist too...

My #1 Long gun
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Little different pattern on an AR
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Great thinking on the straw hat cutout... I use Kerlix (Gauze rolls when making layers now but will definately be playing with the hat idea. :-)
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What are your thoughts about the 9mm carbine in general? I rather like the notion because the ammo is absolutely ubiquitous, but a friend of mine has been advising me against it saying that you may as well get a 9mm handgun with a high cap mag and that it's a waste to get a carbine that isn't chambered for a real rifle round.
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What are your thoughts about the 9mm carbine in general? I rather like the notion because the ammo is absolutely ubiquitous, but a friend of mine has been advising me against it saying that you may as well get a 9mm handgun with a high cap mag and that it's a waste to get a carbine that isn't chambered for a real rifle round.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I put several thousand rounds through a 9mm sub-gun (H&K MP5) It was accurate as all hell and fun to shoot with VERY little recoil. I imagine you're talking about the Hi Point? I haven't used one yet and have read mixed reviews.
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
A rifle round will serve you better.
Listen to your friend.

Go with a 5.56mm or 7.62mm round.

Here's the difference.

A 9mm in a handgun or rifle can be stopped by body armour.
You need ballistic plates (thick and heavy) to stop a real rifle round.

Many of the "bad guys" in a SHTF scenario will be wearing body armour. Probably level 3a because it is common and inexpensive. Ballistic plates can get expensive for light plates and the wearer will be adding bulk, not likely fro the "bad guys".
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What are your thoughts about the 9mm carbine in general? I rather like the notion because the ammo is absolutely ubiquitous, but a friend of mine has been advising me against it saying that you may as well get a 9mm handgun with a high cap mag and that it's a waste to get a carbine that isn't chambered for a real rifle round.
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
Just a short video of touching up my trunk gun. Depending on the election we may all need to learn how to camo a rifle...


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Should have used flat paint. sorry start all over.
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
A rifle round will serve you better.
Listen to your friend.

Go with a 5.56mm or 7.62mm round.

Here's the difference.

A 9mm in a handgun or rifle can be stopped by body armour.
You need ballistic plates (thick and heavy) to stop a real rifle round.

Many of the "bad guys" in a SHTF scenario will be wearing body armour. Probably level 3a because it is common and inexpensive. Ballistic plates can get expensive for light plates and the wearer will be adding bulk, not likely fro the "bad guys".
 Quoting: Sledster


Every gunner will agree that a Rifle round will out perform a pistol round any day.... He merely asked what the OP thought of the 9mm carbine. (And I butted in) :-)

Who's to say he doesn't already have a number of rifles and was looking for a fun shooter with plentiful rounds?
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
What are your thoughts about the 9mm carbine in general? I rather like the notion because the ammo is absolutely ubiquitous, but a friend of mine has been advising me against it saying that you may as well get a 9mm handgun with a high cap mag and that it's a waste to get a carbine that isn't chambered for a real rifle round.
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Very nice choice
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
Just a short video of touching up my trunk gun. Depending on the election we may all need to learn how to camo a rifle...


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Nicely done! I enjoy being an artist too...

My #1 Long gun
[link to i1019.photobucket.com]

Little different pattern on an AR
[link to i1019.photobucket.com]

Great thinking on the straw hat cutout... I use Kerlix (Gauze rolls when making layers now but will definately be playing with the hat idea. :-)
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Kerlix! That is a great idea, thanks
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
Just a short video of touching up my trunk gun. Depending on the election we may all need to learn how to camo a rifle...


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Should have used flat paint. sorry start all over.
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I know, it is wayyy to shiny. Thanks
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
Just a short video of touching up my trunk gun. Depending on the election we may all need to learn how to camo a rifle...


 Quoting: GaryMule


Nicely done! I enjoy being an artist too...

My #1 Long gun
[link to i1019.photobucket.com]

Little different pattern on an AR
[link to i1019.photobucket.com]

Great thinking on the straw hat cutout... I use Kerlix (Gauze rolls when making layers now but will definately be playing with the hat idea. :-)
 Quoting: Travis Bickle


Kerlix! That is a great idea, thanks
 Quoting: GaryMule

Yeah, it works great as a wrap... You can vary the amount of paint that gets to the rifle and create some really cool effects or illusions of depth. Also, after painting, the kerlix doubles as nice ghille material for non flammables. (I wouldn't use it on my guns, but have used it for packs and stuff.)

Cheers
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
God highpoints are P.O.S., but nice camo.
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you mean well, and that's ok, but nevertheless it's still ghey
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
A rifle round will serve you better.
Listen to your friend.

Go with a 5.56mm or 7.62mm round.

Here's the difference.

A 9mm in a handgun or rifle can be stopped by body armour.
You need ballistic plates (thick and heavy) to stop a real rifle round.

Many of the "bad guys" in a SHTF scenario will be wearing body armour. Probably level 3a because it is common and inexpensive. Ballistic plates can get expensive for light plates and the wearer will be adding bulk, not likely fro the "bad guys".
 Quoting: Sledster


Nice mall ninja answer. Body armour is heavy, and believe it or not, most people DON'T have it.
If rifle rounds are always better, explain how a .44 mag can drop a black bear with ease, but a 5.56 Nato is not legal for deer hunting.

Now go masturbate, to another gun fantasy, and stop giving bad advice, that may get someone killed.
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God highpoints are P.O.S., but nice camo.
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False, Hi-Point carbines are damn near AK and Glock reliable.
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
What are your thoughts about the 9mm carbine in general? I rather like the notion because the ammo is absolutely ubiquitous, but a friend of mine has been advising me against it saying that you may as well get a 9mm handgun with a high cap mag and that it's a waste to get a carbine that isn't chambered for a real rifle round.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well I like 9mm, and since it is very common it will be easy to find in any situation. This carbine is great. Where it really works is with smallish women like my wife (5'2" 100 pounds) With this rifle she can shot a good round with little recoil.

9mm handgun and rifle are not the same. The longer barrel will increase both accuracy and velocity of the round. I can get good hits out to 100+ yards. Ask your friend if he can do that with a pistol.

That being said, this does not replace a "real" rifle. In a survival "prepping" situation which is what I do videos about, I would not reccommend this as your only long gun. If $$ is the issue the mosin nagant is hard to beat. If you can go up get the SKS, or AK, then if you have more money you can go AR or something like that.
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
God highpoints are P.O.S., but nice camo.
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False, Hi-Point carbines are damn near AK and Glock reliable.
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Yes, the carbines are great the pistols are hit and miss, most of the time due to the mags.
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What are your thoughts about the 9mm carbine in general? I rather like the notion because the ammo is absolutely ubiquitous, but a friend of mine has been advising me against it saying that you may as well get a 9mm handgun with a high cap mag and that it's a waste to get a carbine that isn't chambered for a real rifle round.
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Your friend is correct.
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What are your thoughts about the 9mm carbine in general? I rather like the notion because the ammo is absolutely ubiquitous, but a friend of mine has been advising me against it saying that you may as well get a 9mm handgun with a high cap mag and that it's a waste to get a carbine that isn't chambered for a real rifle round.
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Your friend is correct.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26753099


Because self defense happens at over a 100 yards?
Because food gathering will be using self defense rounds?
Because sniping will be legal?
Because you get 1000yard shootouts?

Show me one case of justified self defense at over 25 yards!
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a popgun the size of a 12 gauge shotgun.
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
A rifle round will serve you better.
Listen to your friend.

Go with a 5.56mm or 7.62mm round.

Here's the difference.

A 9mm in a handgun or rifle can be stopped by body armour.
You need ballistic plates (thick and heavy) to stop a real rifle round.

Many of the "bad guys" in a SHTF scenario will be wearing body armour. Probably level 3a because it is common and inexpensive. Ballistic plates can get expensive for light plates and the wearer will be adding bulk, not likely fro the "bad guys".
 Quoting: Sledster


Nice mall ninja answer. Body armour is heavy, and believe it or not, most people DON'T have it.
If rifle rounds are always better, explain how a .44 mag can drop a black bear with ease, but a 5.56 Nato is not legal for deer hunting.

Now go masturbate, to another gun fantasy, and stop giving bad advice, that may get someone killed.
 Quoting: Rambowetdreams 26916922


clappa

gecko 45 says bad guys all have level 3 body armor, lol.
SLAM THAT CLAM
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a popgun the size of a 12 gauge shotgun.
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Yes, it is about the size of a sawed off single shot.
So is your AR/AK/FAL/PTR/Mosin
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a popgun the size of a 12 gauge shotgun.
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Yes, it is about the size of a sawed off single shot.
So is your AR/AK/FAL/PTR/Mosin
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
A rifle round will serve you better.
Listen to your friend.

Go with a 5.56mm or 7.62mm round.

Here's the difference.

A 9mm in a handgun or rifle can be stopped by body armour.
You need ballistic plates (thick and heavy) to stop a real rifle round.

Many of the "bad guys" in a SHTF scenario will be wearing body armour. Probably level 3a because it is common and inexpensive. Ballistic plates can get expensive for light plates and the wearer will be adding bulk, not likely fro the "bad guys".
 Quoting: Sledster


Nice mall ninja answer. Body armour is heavy, and believe it or not, most people DON'T have it.
If rifle rounds are always better, explain how a .44 mag can drop a black bear with ease, but a 5.56 Nato is not legal for deer hunting.

Now go masturbate, to another gun fantasy, and stop giving bad advice, that may get someone killed.
 Quoting: Rambowetdreams 26916922


the real answer from someone that knows, is that youre not going to be attacked by a black bear, but by uniformed troops directed from DC or elsewhere.
Your gun wont matter, since youre more likely to be assaulted by armored vehicles and artillery of some sort, and ordnance from helos.
Feel free to not believe me, you will see soon enough.
The real work was to not allow your rights to be taken from you not to imagine you have any chance against professionals that you paid to equip.
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Re: Camo paint on a Hipoint 9mm Carbine
A rifle round will serve you better.
Listen to your friend.

Go with a 5.56mm or 7.62mm round.

Here's the difference.

A 9mm in a handgun or rifle can be stopped by body armour.
You need ballistic plates (thick and heavy) to stop a real rifle round.

Many of the "bad guys" in a SHTF scenario will be wearing body armour. Probably level 3a because it is common and inexpensive. Ballistic plates can get expensive for light plates and the wearer will be adding bulk, not likely fro the "bad guys".
 Quoting: Sledster


Nice mall ninja answer. Body armour is heavy, and believe it or not, most people DON'T have it.
If rifle rounds are always better, explain how a .44 mag can drop a black bear with ease, but a 5.56 Nato is not legal for deer hunting.

Now go masturbate, to another gun fantasy, and stop giving bad advice, that may get someone killed.
 Quoting: Rambowetdreams 26916922


the real answer from someone that knows, is that youre not going to be attacked by a black bear, but by uniformed troops directed from DC or elsewhere.
Your gun wont matter, since youre more likely to be assaulted by armored vehicles and artillery of some sort, and ordnance from helos.
Feel free to not believe me, you will see soon enough.
The real work was to not allow your rights to be taken from you not to imagine you have any chance against professionals that you paid to equip.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25390958


Funny how "cavemen" in Afghanistan, have been able to deal with the amored vehicles. Helicopters can be brought down, if you wait for the right shot.
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A rifle round will serve you better.
Listen to your friend.

Go with a 5.56mm or 7.62mm round.

Here's the difference.

A 9mm in a handgun or rifle can be stopped by body armour.
You need ballistic plates (thick and heavy) to stop a real rifle round.

Many of the "bad guys" in a SHTF scenario will be wearing body armour. Probably level 3a because it is common and inexpensive. Ballistic plates can get expensive for light plates and the wearer will be adding bulk, not likely fro the "bad guys".
 Quoting: Sledster


Nice mall ninja answer. Body armour is heavy, and believe it or not, most people DON'T have it.
If rifle rounds are always better, explain how a .44 mag can drop a black bear with ease, but a 5.56 Nato is not legal for deer hunting.

Now go masturbate, to another gun fantasy, and stop giving bad advice, that may get someone killed.
 Quoting: Rambowetdreams 26916922


the real answer from someone that knows, is that youre not going to be attacked by a black bear, but by uniformed troops directed from DC or elsewhere.
Your gun wont matter, since youre more likely to be assaulted by armored vehicles and artillery of some sort, and ordnance from helos.
Feel free to not believe me, you will see soon enough.
The real work was to not allow your rights to be taken from you not to imagine you have any chance against professionals that you paid to equip.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25390958


Funny how "cavemen" in Afghanistan, have been able to deal with the amored vehicles. Helicopters can be brought down, if you wait for the right shot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26916922


REALLLLLLY?

Do YOU get RPG's by the truckload? Do YOU have B10 and B11 recoiless guns? Do YOU get Stingers from the CIA? Do you have access to 20mm Oerlikon AA cannon or 23mm cannon?
ARE YOU WILLING TO TAKE A BULLET IN THE GUT FOR YOUR PRINICPLES knowing there is no rescue?



YOU CANT EVEN BUY GODDAM FERTILIZER or Aluminum powder!


Dont make me laugh, you'll soil yourself and runn off to hide as soon as the xbox gets cutoff..
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Nice mall ninja answer. Body armour is heavy, and believe it or not, most people DON'T have it.
If rifle rounds are always better, explain how a .44 mag can drop a black bear with ease, but a 5.56 Nato is not legal for deer hunting.

Now go masturbate, to another gun fantasy, and stop giving bad advice, that may get someone killed.
 Quoting: Rambowetdreams 26916922


the real answer from someone that knows, is that youre not going to be attacked by a black bear, but by uniformed troops directed from DC or elsewhere.
Your gun wont matter, since youre more likely to be assaulted by armored vehicles and artillery of some sort, and ordnance from helos.
Feel free to not believe me, you will see soon enough.
The real work was to not allow your rights to be taken from you not to imagine you have any chance against professionals that you paid to equip.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25390958


Funny how "cavemen" in Afghanistan, have been able to deal with the amored vehicles. Helicopters can be brought down, if you wait for the right shot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26916922


REALLLLLLY?

Do YOU get RPG's by the truckload? Do YOU have B10 and B11 recoiless guns? Do YOU get Stingers from the CIA? Do you have access to 20mm Oerlikon AA cannon or 23mm cannon?
ARE YOU WILLING TO TAKE A BULLET IN THE GUT FOR YOUR PRINICPLES knowing there is no rescue?



YOU CANT EVEN BUY GODDAM FERTILIZER or Aluminum powder!


Dont make me laugh, you'll soil yourself and runn off to hide as soon as the xbox gets cutoff..
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HEY DIPSHITS....

This thread is about paint. Okay?
One of these days... A *REAL* rain is gonna come and wash all this scum off the streets.
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Nice mall ninja answer. Body armour is heavy, and believe it or not, most people DON'T have it.
If rifle rounds are always better, explain how a .44 mag can drop a black bear with ease, but a 5.56 Nato is not legal for deer hunting.

Now go masturbate, to another gun fantasy, and stop giving bad advice, that may get someone killed.
 Quoting: Rambowetdreams 26916922


the real answer from someone that knows, is that youre not going to be attacked by a black bear, but by uniformed troops directed from DC or elsewhere.
Your gun wont matter, since youre more likely to be assaulted by armored vehicles and artillery of some sort, and ordnance from helos.
Feel free to not believe me, you will see soon enough.
The real work was to not allow your rights to be taken from you not to imagine you have any chance against professionals that you paid to equip.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25390958


Funny how "cavemen" in Afghanistan, have been able to deal with the amored vehicles. Helicopters can be brought down, if you wait for the right shot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26916922


IED can and have been made from black powder, or various other explosives. Ever heard of flashpowder? Rockets can be made, and believe it or not, A rifle round to helicopter pilots head, will bring the helicopter down.

There will be those, willing to give their lives for liberty, I take it that you or not one.

REALLLLLLY?

Do YOU get RPG's by the truckload? Do YOU have B10 and B11 recoiless guns? Do YOU get Stingers from the CIA? Do you have access to 20mm Oerlikon AA cannon or 23mm cannon?
ARE YOU WILLING TO TAKE A BULLET IN THE GUT FOR YOUR PRINICPLES knowing there is no rescue?



YOU CANT EVEN BUY GODDAM FERTILIZER or Aluminum powder!


Dont make me laugh, you'll soil yourself and runn off to hide as soon as the xbox gets cutoff..
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the real answer from someone that knows, is that youre not going to be attacked by a black bear, but by uniformed troops directed from DC or elsewhere.
Your gun wont matter, since youre more likely to be assaulted by armored vehicles and artillery of some sort, and ordnance from helos.
Feel free to not believe me, you will see soon enough.
The real work was to not allow your rights to be taken from you not to imagine you have any chance against professionals that you paid to equip.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25390958


Funny how "cavemen" in Afghanistan, have been able to deal with the amored vehicles. Helicopters can be brought down, if you wait for the right shot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26916922


REALLLLLLY?

Do YOU get RPG's by the truckload? Do YOU have B10 and B11 recoiless guns? Do YOU get Stingers from the CIA? Do you have access to 20mm Oerlikon AA cannon or 23mm cannon?
ARE YOU WILLING TO TAKE A BULLET IN THE GUT FOR YOUR PRINICPLES knowing there is no rescue?



YOU CANT EVEN BUY GODDAM FERTILIZER or Aluminum powder!


Dont make me laugh, you'll soil yourself and runn off to hide as soon as the xbox gets cutoff..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25390958


HEY DIPSHITS....

This thread is about paint. Okay?
 Quoting: Travis Bickle


fine, enjoy your sensitie paintjob as long as you can, dont get too attached to it, they'll be coming for your precious work of art, no doubt to give you a prize..

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