field-strip [feeld-strip] verb

  1. To dismantle a firearm to the maximum extent possible without requiring tools
  2. to take apart (a weapon) for cleaning, lubrication, and repair or for inspection.

 

Mod note: Please include make, model and caliber with your submissions. Appears to be a Colt revolver in .38 Spl

Mod note: Please include make, model and caliber with your submissions. Appears to be a Colt revolver in .38 Spl

CSA Vz.58 Carbine, 5.56x45mm
submitted by GusButts

CSA Vz.58 Carbine, 5.56x45mm

submitted by GusButts

My little baby .25 ACP Beretta 950.<3 Generally awful caliber (underpowered and expensive for what it is), but it was my dad’s (purchased as a purse gun for my mom; she refused) and I’ve come to love it so much. It’s a really fun little piece.

My little baby .25 ACP Beretta 950.<3 Generally awful caliber (underpowered and expensive for what it is), but it was my dad’s (purchased as a purse gun for my mom; she refused) and I’ve come to love it so much. It’s a really fun little piece.

Bulgarian military surplus Makarov with red Russian grips, 9x18
This is the one that looked like it had blood under the cosmoline inside of it. Still not sure what was up with that, but I&#8217;ve never seen anything like that.
Excuse me while I make it painfully obvious that I HAVE NO CLUE HOW TO OPERATE A CAMERA OPERATIONALLY. 

Bulgarian military surplus Makarov with red Russian grips, 9x18

This is the one that looked like it had blood under the cosmoline inside of it. Still not sure what was up with that, but I’ve never seen anything like that.

Excuse me while I make it painfully obvious that I HAVE NO CLUE HOW TO OPERATE A CAMERA OPERATIONALLY.