Is the BAR tactical?
ITT: Guns you want but you will never own
I hate revolver fags. They are the hipsters of guns, they are just like those faggots riding fixie bikes or the ones that have a huge wheel and a small one. You are using outdated crap just to feel unique.
Revolvers have no place in the 21 century except for museums, just get a Glock and stop being a retarded unique snowflake.
What camo patterns will look cool with pic related? Would be awesome with that experimental urban camo in post below.
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The last one went pretty well.
If there are enough of us that want to, I could host a meet and shoot. I have about a 300yd range set up
What does /k/ think of this?
>He doesn't own the right arm of the free world
>owning arms isn't his right
barsony IWB leather holster. Has good reviews and the only complaint is that it is a bit soft making reholstering a bit sluggish, but it covers the gun and seems sturdy enough to where it won't fall apart.
First holster, I'll buy a pancake or shtf holster next year sometime. I think this one will suffice until then
I've actually been looking for an IWB for my M&P Shield but figured I'd get /k/'s take on holsters as well. The only problem I can think of regarding leather would be maybe...chafing? I've looked at Kydex holsters too but I'm just curious about everyone thinks is best as far as comfort goes. Thoughts?
this may be incredibly autistic, but right now i'm composing a table of organization for a fictional military.
pic related is a mech inf division.
me what assets, specifically
are available at the following levels
HMG at company/battalion level
Light mortars at company level, medium mortars at battalion, heavy mortars as division-level
AT: depends on whether or not it's man-portable. ATGMs and handheld missiles would be company level or lower, maybe even squad level. AT guns are probably company/battalion, or a separate AT gun battalion at division-level.
Field artillery is regimental level at least, likely a separate battalion or regiment (as a corps-level asset)
Interesting thought experiment!
>Light mortars at company level, medium mortars at battalion, heavy mortars as division-level
What constitutes light/medium/heavy classification? Calibur of the round?
Also, does the US even use light mortars now adays? Or have they been effectively replaced by M203/320/Mk19?
Are there AR lowers available online that have mag release, buffer tube, and take-down pins already installed? I'm not interested in building the entire lower and I don't want all the extra parts from a complete lower.
>meme reviewer buys a meme gun
>one hour of autistic ranting ensues
Call of duty is actually the most rigorous training for real life war that exists. Military training can't compare. Is it because of the weaponry?
In a scientific study conducted by buzzfeed, two militaryfags and two pro gamers went head to head in each teams respective expertise. The results were as expected: the veterans couldn't handle the instensity and skill needed to play call of duty whereas the pro gamers excelled at a shooting range. This study is available on buzzfeeds YouTube channel.
What is it about call of duty that churns out superior...
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Hey /k/, I'm a volunteer on a WW2 museum submarine, anything you guys want to see or have questions about? I'm no expert but I'll do what I can.
crawl into torpedo tube and post pics looking back inside into the sub, go feet first
I'd love to but there's an issue with one of the tubes. Has a leak, all in the forward room are sealed as a safety precaution, aft room is either full of junk or a torpedo
Lets have a /k/ related gifs and webm thread
as you wish, Anon.
I'm looking to upgrade from my LCP which I'm giving to my wife to carry.
Any Ideas To Make My List
2)At Least 10 Rounds
5)Made in America