Jul 6, 2016 — This petition was started on calguns.net in a simple thread under the California 2nd Amendment Banner. Since then more than 50 have shared it on facebook and 1500 have signed. All in under 24 hours. Lord I hope we can reach 5,000 by tomorrow. Please don't give up California. Gun rights are ours and we should not just let them go.
Say WW2 ended in whatever fashion that would have allowed Hitler and Nazi Germany to survive as an entity, victory or peace treaty, it doesn't matter.
Obviously the Landkreuzer ideas would not have worked as is. And even the Maus had a ton of technical issues.
But you know, with the 1940s continuing on and into the 50s and so on, could advancements in tankery make the Maus and the Landkreuzer a reality?
In real life the MBT was where things went, but if you are Hitler, you do what you want...
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Sure, if you want something that can go 1mph on a prepared surface.
Just ordered a gun online for the first time from them but am concerned because of how much negotiate shit I have heard about their business practices. Hat are your experiences with them?
Will take 2 weeks to ship and they're run by uppity old fucks.
Can we get a good-looking guns thread? I'm really in the mood to buy a nice looking pistol, but I'm not sure what to get.
>pro-tip: gaudy != good looking
Did I fuck up /k?
Mistakes and abominations edition
old thread >>30525371
Why do people, especially new ar15 owners, feel like their AR15 must have an optic? Shouldn't you learn to use the iron sights first? On the other side, why do AK owners feel like their AKs shouldn't have optics? Don't optics give you an advantage in a defensive scenario?
Since Glock is more or less the posterboy of pistols, it's got a fuckhuge aftermarket.
What does /k/ put on their ugly shooty box, if anything at all?
I hear some people replace the factory guide rod with a heavier tungsten one. Supposedly it reduces felt recoil, but I haven't actually used one before.
Can anyone confirm?
Adding a better firing pin allows you to shoot shit ammo through it reliably as well. The stock firing pin on my 17 has some issues with cheap shitty ammo.
Also a lower profile flashlight isn't a bad idea
Personally I like the AFG, its comfy to me but I don't see many people using it. Sure I see it in photos but I don't see it much in actual use.
The "I want the gun most like a Toyota Hilux/Camry" list
Pistol: Glock17/19, Sig P226R, or Beretta 92FS
Shotgun: 870 or 590A1
Rimfire: Ruger 10/22, MarkII or un-fucked MarkIII
>an AK or VZ is fine too
I'd replace the Sig and Beretta with a S&W M&P, just because they're more expensive and the Hilux/Camry implies more modest cost
Can you make a sword so sharp it can cut atoms?
Or, at best, can you theoretically make a sword that can smash them?
What about sticking a katana into the hardron collider?
I once asked /sci/ if I was superhuman, could I stomp so hard on a pile of shit it turned into diamonds and the answer was "Yes, but everyone around for miles will notice"
For a blade to be able to cut an atom, its edge would have to be smaller than one atom. The only metal I know of that can be hammered to 1 atom thick is gold, which doesn't really hold an edge at all. If you look at the sharpest steel blade under an electron microscope, it looks like a flat wall of atoms. The same goes for obsidian, though that is a slightly smaller flat wall of atoms.
Reid had his channel suspended by google. Google is not our friends, and youtube will censor our message.
Lol what the fuck did he say to have that happen? You mean to tell me Yeager can say he's gonna start killing people and they still let him on there and somehow Henrichs manages to get his account fucked? The hell did he put up?
What is the absolute best 1911 I can buy? Money is irrelevant.
Also, if I'm going to get one, should I stay true to history and go with 45acp with no rail, or should I get modern and consider 9mm with a rail?
It's probably not the absolute best that money can buy, but I'm nearing 2,000 rounds through this Springfield RO Champion and its only FTE happened when my mom eased the slide forward when loading a round. Not a single problem otherwise.
So I'd say a Springfield is good. You can spend more though.
I had a thought recently.
I've heard police miss something like 70% of the shots they take (I can't find the exact number). What if instead of a traditional pistol police were armed with something like the TMP9? It could be used as a pistol in a hasty situation, but had a small stock to help increase stability when they had time to deploy it. It seems more simple than a Ronin kit or having an additional weapon in their car.
How would they carry it?
Officers get in and out of their cars a lot so having something on them like that is gonna get pretty annoying.
Handgun is most convenient to the officer so I'm sure if they had the choice they would still go for the pistol.
This is about the death of Alton Serling. Buckle in buttercup.
No politics though. I am just very curious. What exactly was pulled out of the pocket of Alton at about 0:29 seconds?
They claim it is a gun. If so, what kind?