A friend of mine is looking for books and/or articles about light infantry units. The stuff he is interested in particular is their general purpose in strategic meaning. So not realy specific tactics but their role to play in a whole battle group.
Also feel free to consider this a general light infantry thread
Texan here, traveling to east coast, passing through NJ and NY.
I keep a handgun in my car.
Should I leave it at home?
Either I risk getting mugged by dindus or I risk getting raped by NJ police, neither are appealing.
Leave it at home. As long as you aren't a complete retard, you won't get mugged. But it's a very likely chance you will get pulled over.
What's /k/'s thoughts on the new HMG STG 44 replica? Think I'm gonna get one in 7.62x39.
I am looking to add a pump shotgun to the collection and all my research has shown me is that for some reason people don't like new Remington shotguns. What is the best pump shotgun for the money? It doesn't have to be the best shotgun ever made, just the best quality at a low price point.
So just got finished building my first AR. Currently running a YHM hooded front sight and a magpul MBUS rear sight. I have discovered that the sight picture is FUCKING MASSIVE. Looking for a low magnification optic to use past 100yds that wont cost me more than the rifle
You have good taste, built this one last year.
Put a cheap barska on mind, but I don't plan on shoot beyond 100yrds with this setup
Anyone here have experience building a gun from a parts kit? I'd like to start learning some home gunsmithing, and I figured the best way would be making a semiauto out of a demilled Uzi or Vz subgun. Any suggestions?
Also does anyone stateside have any more Mg42/Mg3 parts kits?
The Mythbusters busted the myth that obstructing the barrel of a shotgun would cause it to blow up in the user's face. The most they could get it to do was to shred the barrel after welding the ends closed. Are there any instances that would cause the gun to explode?
Demolition ranch did an episode where they fired a shotgun partially submerged into the water. barrel went full fucking banana peel. Seen similar pics out of dipshits putting smokeless in black powder guns, or with hunting rifles that have a blockage in the barrel.
Is this Kevlar? No identifying marks. Even if it was real, is it worth keeping g? Likely over ten years old. Belonged to a now deceased officer.
Another pic. Close up of the material.
Also pics of the rest of his old gear. Not sure what to do with it really. Thinking about getting a booth at the next gun show, but I don't know if it's even worth it. Tons of leather holsters and a old milsurp items.
Where's the cheapest place to buy bullets 7mm?
You are given near-unlimited funding to develop and build your own Ace Combat style superweapon.
What do you build?
Range Stories? Range stories!
>go to new range
>RO makes anti-muslim comments often
>gf is muzzie so we get pissed
>realize RO is giant pussy and all talk after a few trips to range
>wait a few months
>go back to range dressed in Turban with grown out beard and tactical shit
>"would you like the terrorist...
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When I get nervous I get this 1000 yard stare, got yelled at once for having it once in the navy. When I go to the range I get nervous and sweaty with my 1000 yard stare. Such is life when you look like a kebab.
You really should watch this movie before posting to /k/.
I dont watch propaganda
You should really watch this movie before posting to /k/.
I knew the risk of buying cheap Chinese shit, but I figured $10 for 20 mosin stripper clips wouldn't be that big of a loss. But I can't get ANY of them to work right. After putting about one thousand pounds of pressure on it, the rounds will finally slide in, but even then I can only get the first three in. The last two just stick. Anybody know how to alter these to fit and work right? And yes, I know I'm putting them in right. They're just cheap things.
>chinese stripper clips
>cheap and don't work
Don't even get me started on 80% of SKS stripper clips......
Would a former Maginot Line bunker be a good SHTF shelter? Looks pretty solid to me.
Those Maginot Line bunkers are supposed to be like icebergs. 85%+ underground. If you conceal the above-ground portion, you might have a pretty decent setup. If the below-ground portion has been well maintained over the years.
New gunfag here. I'm looking to put together the least expensive rifle/optic package in a .308 bolt-action for hunting. Inexpensive but not shoddy and cheap, I'd like it to last a few years, and would appreciate your expert opinions.