hey /k/ watch this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl9fuY7g79c
>Host literally fucking calling it "not a freak accident, I report the news, guns kill people!"
>Father said "The gun didnt kill my son, I did"
>Host says "This is not time for your political agenda!"
>Host goes on to bash NRA talking points
Why haven't you left humanity behind and joined a Special Operations Group?
How big is your war boner, /k/?
What did /k/ think?
Are cane swords less autistic than katanas?
At least it shows you have good taste in movies and aren't just weeaboo faggots.
Kinda want one as a memento to the '50s-'80s films but I cringe at katana users. Not sure if it counts.
Is Dan wesson worth it?? Otherwise I'm gonna get a colt or Springfield which is like $500 less
I know a lot of you guys own military surplus, some of you may also use these items for hiking and other outdoor stuff.
But then again with have this specimen here.
Guy did a GoRuck light (sic) with an M-1945 combat pack (the successor to the M1928 haversack and M1936 musette in the Army) and here's the problem with modern day men:
>Today we have lightweight water-resistant materials, carefully designed suspension systems, padded supports, and so on
>In 1945, the technology was all-canvas construction, no padding, and a waist belt whose sole job was to hang more weight on – not to help support the pack.
>pack may be heavy and uncomfortable, but it isn’t very voluminous
>water-absorbent canvas construction, complete lack of padding,lack of hip support.
Cry me a river
>Once I started sweating, the back wall soaked it all up, and by the end of the evening left my lower back thoroughly shredded from rubbing.
>f we had been forced to get into water, it would have soaked up plenty of addition weight, and remained wet and heavy for hours (in fact, the back panel of the pack is still damp with sweat as I write this the morning after…ewww)
Eeew, water and sweat, smells, makes the pack heavy and is bad for your skin.
His wailing goes on and on and in the end he even managed to break one of the pack buckles.
You see, what I want to say with this thread: Most modern men - although they may be /fit/ as fuck - are reall pussies when it comes to austere situations
Pack is heavy - blah - skin itches - blah
I mean, I got the pack myself and I use it pretty much every single sunday for hiking and I never felt that it was outdated or even heavy. I also never missed cushion or a hip belt.
I'm 35 and is it possible, that I just grew up in a different way where ppl in general didnt bitch that much?
What are your experiences with surplus equipment inna woods?
Wow you're such a manly man, thanks for sharing! I can honestly say my life is 10,000x better after having read this. Would you life to fuck my wife,you modern day Adonis?
How misjudged are these guns?
I keep hearing conflicting reports about early blackpowder weapons. Some say that they had short range while others argue they had a more effective range than the longbow.
Also heard that they're not as inaccurate as many think and that they're pretty accurate in the hands of a skilled shooter.
I've always been weary of people saying that these guns only replaced archery because of training and cost reason when an arquebus during the 16th century was much more expensive than a longbow and gunners were professional troops...
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IIRC a lot of the 16th century was very professional armies facing off, and wasn't so much two sides throwing peasants at each other. Of course they'd be trained.
And the Japanese didn't drop bows until breech loading rifles.
Without going into the whole economic development thing that goes hand in hand with BP:
After the development of corned BP, shit like effective range, velocity, and accuracy would remain more or less the same until conical projectiles and rifled bores became the norm.
The only thing that really changed was how mobile the weapons were, and the tactics used to deploy them.
Tell me about India's military /k/
Is it good?
Is this POS still a piece of shit?
Paki tier, but made worse by a cultural hangup where any equipment they use has to be locally sourced, no matter how bad the local offerings are. This leads to either trash like the INSAS or poor QC licensed versions of foreign designs, like the Zittara Tavor.
Ok /k/unts im preparing for the RNC.
I work just outside downtown cleveland and want to increase my odds of survival.
I CC, but was gonna start bringing a trunk gun.
Rifle or shotgun?
I dont want to bring anything to nice just in case.
Right now its either a type 53 or a mossy 500.
Mossberg hands down. Leave the Nip gun at home.
Bring a sling bag full of ammo.
And remember, as legendary as it would be to go all righteous hand of God on the heathen hoards, you'll be fighting to retreat. Via con Dios /k/ommrade.
Would you consider this a good optical sight?
Alright /k/ it's time for another round.
>innawoods.net for loadout creation
Make a loadout based on a fictional operator from a movie / TV show / video game and other anons have to guess who it is.
We'll start with a tough one.
Who is this operator /k/?
Whats the best multipurpose knife style?
Something for light outings without needing to pack 30 other bladed tools.
Just a basic knife. It cuts things, it stabs things and it slices things. It's not too big or too heavy. It's great.
go with a Mora 2000 if you want a good solid no-nonsense knife that won't fail you.
I've used mine as my go-to camping/fishing/general outdoors activities knife for years. Heck i've even shaved with it a couple of times.
Go wild and crazy.
Assuming I have the proper paperwork/licensing for class 3 or nfa weapons could I make a contract to get a new Airtronic PSRL-1 or would I have to go indirectly through a class 3 dealer?
Lol, you dont have the slightest idea of what you're talking about and you're lack of knowledge about the subject is apparent in the ignorance of your post.
you dont have any "paperwork", you dont even know what is actually required to own something like this and it makes you sound like an asshole or a child or both