Official Southeast Georgia meet thread
Probably going to aim for March sometime, to avoid conflict with Nuggetfest. This is just a heads up starter annoucment thread that I do intend to organize a meet in March at Gay balls, same place as last time.
The owners of the property ask for $5 a person for usage of their range.
Do you think a war with ISIS is imminent or going to happen soon?
What does /k/ think of the T-14 Armata? Bias aside.
Has a nice looking hull but the turret is fucking hideous.
>dat ugly miss match furniture and rail on the carry handle
Is this the most pleb AR?
>not having a fortified well-stocked bunker high in the mountains
What's your excuse /k/?
Do you have a job related to weapons/guns? Let's hear about it
Is this "rule" still being taught to police and MPs today or not? It always seemed to be on the level of Fuddlore to me.
>links to video proving there is merit in the 21 feet rule
grab a gun prop, or unload your gun, toss it in your holster, go in your yard, have your friend run at you from the opposite side of the yard. when he sets off see how much ground he can cover by the time you have your weapon trained.
you cant live the 21 feet rule all the time, but its something to keep in mind.
Suppose you're in the heat of battle, damn adrenaline, cold sweat and thousands of bullets flying on your head. suddenly, a girl pointing his rifle at you appears. What do you do?
>Russian 5G fighter to go into serial production in 2017 – top brass
>The final primary batch of PAK-FA fighter jets is almost complete and tests will be finished in 2016, top military officials told the media. The Russian Air Force hopes to start regular production of the new 5G jets soon, with the first planes coming in 2017.
>“The eleventh T-50 aircraft is on berth and is 60-70 percent ready. This aircraft is going to be the final one in the test series,” Bondarev said,...
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Huh it'll be neat to see what the production version looks like.
Also, didn't they say last year production would start in 2016?
So this summer i'm looking at building my first SBR, any ideas that are not a Ar15
Actually, let me suggest an AR anyway. DoE Carbine. 9mm, originally used for nuclear security
If out of food and left with a dead friend in the apocalypse how would you remove the prions from the human flesh?
Genuine question because I really want to know this.
Also where does one find milspec AK47 if not interested in getting the VEPR?
>worrying about prions when you're desperate enough to eat another human
/meg/- NEET to Operator edition
>implying anyone uses IRC
#MEG on Freenode
If you're on mobile look up AndroIRC for the app. Any questions, ask in the thread to get you set up.
For Ranger info, obviously.
All around SOF website. Great info and run by former/active members of every SOF unit. Mentor program. Also has forums for international SOF.
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So you've decided to enlist. Good for you. You're not just going to be some POG schmuck, though. You're going to operate. Trying to decide which Special Operations unit you're going to join, though is a lot trickier than it sounds.
Let's go down the list in order from least to most respectable:
Air Force Combat Controllers and Parajumpers are eliminated right off the bat because they're fucking Chair Force. Fuck that. If you're in the Air Force and you're not flying a fighter you've fucked up.
Coast Guard ASTs? Are you kidding me? Coast Guard? Fuck that. You can be a lifeguard at the Y. Stop wasting my time.
Marine Raiders are pretty new so no one knows what they are and no one will care when you tell them you are one. Marines are generally dumb as a box of rocks and you don't want people thinking you're stupid.
Army Rangers should be near the top of anyone's list, but there are some concerns. The last famous Ranger was Pat Tillman and he was shot by his own guys. Half the Army has a Ranger tab on their shoulder so no one will care if you're a real Ranger and it's impossible to tell people you were Army without people thinking you weren't tough enough for the Marines.
Army Special Forces are extremely cool and everyone respects them, but you should be a little iffy on their role. As a Green Beret, you will be doing a lot of helping dirty-ass locals with their problems so that they don't fight back when the Air Force mistakenly bombs one of their tribe's villages. Do you want to be in the Peace Corps or do you want to Operate?
Navy SEALs are at the top of anyone's list. They're hardcore and everyone respects them, but "American Sniper" made them look like a bunch of goofballs except Chris Kyle who was a liar. Also, the Navy's dress uniform is as faggy as the rest of the Navy.
As you can see, there's really no perfect choice, but such is life among the elite warriors of America: you have to sometimes make do with what you're given.
Best of luck!
Seems more ergonomic.
Recoil is lower and easier to control.
Easier to reload.
Can eject out of the bottom, thus ambidextrous.
What am I missing?
Rule, 'murica, 'murica rules the waves~
Not yet. And they may or may not be able to operate both at the same time.
When the mighty fall, they fall hard.
>And they may or may not be able to operate both at the same time.
The SDSR specifically mandates both QE classes be operational and the F-35 order is by far large enough to fill both and then some.