Tiki Bought A BiPod

I purchased a scope a few months ago, finally got to test it out 2 week ago, and I found that I couldn’t hold it in my arms steady enough to actually sight it in.

Enter: THE BIPOD.

edited to say:

thanks to WaltherKid (UID#2507) I have something new to try down at the range, perhaps I’ll have fingers that don’t hurt so much after a range day.


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    natedog

    make sure you exhale while you squeeze the trigger

    tiki god

    you may joke, but it actually does help at 100 yards. I’m training to take out zombies.

    Belbo

    bipod’s cool and everything, but you gotta learn to balance that shit.

    #makecasemdsgreatagain

    One day tiki one day, they will eat your brains when your drunk and can’t shoot air.

    Puulaahi

    But do you have a shitload of food & beer saved up?

    Demon

    “make sure you exhale while you squeeze the trigger”

    this also promotes a great orgasm.

    off topic Tiki…pleaaaaase fix ability to submit pics??

    Puulaahi

    This. Yes. BEWBS.

    WaltherKid

    A Saiga eh? Got me a Saiga-12 but haven’t had the chance to play with it yet. Can’t help but remember the old “SEGA” commercials. I liked how they said “SEGA” like they were on speed.

    Theo11

    Don’t release your finger right after you fire. Keep it squezed down on the trigger and enjoy the smell of gunpowder. Then release your finger. This will prevent minor movement that could disrupt the path of the bullet as it exits the muzzle.

    Luke Magnifico

    I’m pretty sure Tiki knows how to fire his own goddam gun.

    WaltherKid

    Every other weekend we teach people who really have no clue how to fire their own gun, even if they don’t know it. Slowly release the trigger till ya feel the “click”. Thats your trigger reset, and do not need to let the trigger travel any further forward. It’s ready to go for the next shot.

    tiki god

    my saiga doesn’t have any “clicking” on it. sorry bud

    WaltherKid

    Thats probably because (and i did fail to mention this) after you have pulled the trigger back, you need to rack it before you slowly let the trigger back forward. Otherwise is remains “uncocked”. So again, rack it, pull the trigger (hear the click provided you didnt actually load the gun) and keep the trigger down, rack it again, then slowly let it forward. I just did that with the saiga-12, its definitely there. you can do the same test with all your firearms. We teach this primarily for pistol so the shooter avoids “slapping the trigger” to improve grouping… Read more »

    tiki god

    oh dude, you totally schooled me on that, I thought you were talking about how some rifles have a slight click right before the round is fired off.

    bonus points and mcs+ for you sir.

    nyoki

    Welcome to the privileged few.

    WaltherKid

    much obliged fellows

    tiki god

    oh man, if I did that, I would break my finger. the trigger system that I’m using right now had a serious kick to it, it doesn’t release from the assembly like you’re assuming

    FlyingMantisShrimp

    Mmm. Unsolicited advice from experts on the Internet. Ain’t it great?

    natedog

    I was actually trained by the US Army on how to fire a weapon, and the very firsgt time I fired for record on my BRM (Basic Rifle Marksmanship) training, I scored a 37/40, good enough to qualify Expert on the M-16A2. and exhaling on the trigger pull helped me hit timed targets at 300 meters (where a man appears to be about a 1/2 inch tall). when I was 15, I fired at an apple floating down a creek at about 50 meters. when I was 12, I shot a little birdy on a phone line from about 30… Read more »

    #makecasemdsgreatagain

    Dude you are fucked uped.
    Killing a bird, what’s next killin raccons?

    WaltherKid

    I tagged a dove in the back with a BB rifle when I was about 14. Its wings spread out and the blood actually spurted in rhythm, must have hit a vital line. That was the last time I fired at a living creature. Now I just shoot at paper and steel targets.

    greenie

    I quit shooting birds on Christmas day. I got that bb gun I always wanted, and I killed a snow bird with it.

    I’ll never get that old womans face out of my mind.

    FlyingMantisShrimp

    Well Nate, I really wasn’t referring to you all that much since I know of your military background. Just the other bozos that always pop up when stuff like this gets posted. In any case:

    NOU

    natedog

    way to ruin a good No U

    Puulaahi

    Cool story bro.

    I ranked Prestige using the Barrett M82A1. I shot many an enemy and collected 2500 headshot using a Full Metal Jacket and Thermal Sight. I would exhale on the trigger pull too. I once killed two fuckers with a double headshot too. Jesus cried.

    madhouses visites

    Did the bird have eggs in it’s nest that you took home and cared for by using your mums good extension chord to hook up a heat lamp in your tree house only to discover that when the eggs hatched they were in fact eggs for an aggressive reptile that the local bird watcher society tried to kill but your mother couldn’t let them kill your pets so she helped you escape only for the bird watching society members, in particular the principal of your primary school, catching you on the roof of a building where, during a struggle for… Read more »

    natedog

    >I shot a little birdy on a phone line

    Waelfwulf

    Don’t worry, at least one person here gets it.

    madhouses visites

    Thanks

    DMYTRIW WDS

    you’re presenting a pretty big target with the bipod and scope, but as long as the zombies you’re plinking can’t shoot back you’re OK.

    DisplacedTexan

    ahh first kill is sweet (8y/o), i remember it vividly, it was a snow bunny… i shot for its head… it fell on its side and ran in circles like a top. when it finally stopped kicking i went and picked it up, the shot had gone in one ear and out the other. *tear now my brother’s (m!nty) first kill (21y/o), that was a site to behold. deer running at full sprint at about 150 yards, he drops to a knee, pauses, shoots… deer doesn’t take another step, antlers go straight down into the plowed field, it flips ass… Read more »

    Theo11

    My first kill was a robin… in flight… with a red rider. I felt so bad… and badass. I mean, I shot it out of the air. With a freakin BB. But then it flopped around and my dad made me wring its neck.

    casemods UID# 667

    Cmon tiki This is like the equivalent to a car that can drag race, but can’t turn for shit.

    Use this thing on some gangsters in your city – they are practically wanting to be targets the way they dress

    Puulaahi

    OOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! You just totally told those gangsters.

    hvymetal86

    I just recently bought myself a TT-33 Tokarev Pistol 😀 I love shooting guns!

    db_tanker

    I don’t know what all you have done to your Saiga, tiki. But what it sounds like you need to do is take care of the “trigger slap”. I have a Romanian CUR2 (AK-74 variant) and had a similar issue. US fire control groups have this problem. It isn’t just in Saiga’s or Romaks or Norinco’s. Instead of going through the fix for this just go search around on the web for it. All you really need to do is take a dremel tool and cut off a lug on the hammer. It won’t affect the safe operation on the… Read more »