More spetznaz seals
I am always amazed by how fat these seals are. I have been around plenty of harbor seals in my life, and yes they are fat, but they are firm. Like if you smacked one it would hurt your hand. The seals in this video are like fucking balloons.
Am I the only one who notices this? Maybe just a different species in colder water so they are fatter, but I don't know.. Still seems very odd.
Just bought a RIA 1911 Tactical from Classic Firearms, need a rec for good looking wood grips
>gun porn thread
How do you feel about drinking and handling loaded firearms?
wtf is this? Too accurate for an RPG or mortar at that range, blast too small for ATGM, or explosive 20-30mm round
So, if you caught someone in your house and you don't need to shoot him because he surrendered when he saw your gun, what do you do?
/k/ Listen to my tale of woe.
So heres the skinny, back in July I got my CC piece (a Glock 43). It feels great in the hand, is comfortable to shoot, excellent quality, eats any ammo I feed it, and is all around an perfect cc gun for me. There is one huge glaring problem with it.
I can't hit shit with it. I practice by throwing 30 rounds or so thru it every few weeks but I still can't hold a good enough pattern with it. I've tried firing off a few thru an LC9S they had at the range and I'm much better with that. The drawback to that one however is it doesnt feel right in my hand and is uncomfortable to carry.
Should I trade up for a different gun? Should I keep trying to improve with the glock?
What is your wisdom /k/?
Try this page out. I deleted a bunch of shitty logos for you
Sig P239 is the answer to all your problems desu senpai
The fact you can hit something with an LC9S but not a Glock 43 tells me it's your trigger finger, not a recoil flinch.
As such, just dry fire, dry fire, dry fire when you aren't at the range. Get to know every single creep and click and crunch of that trigger. Right where it breaks, right where it resets, how much over travel there is etc.
I can make a ragged 4-6" group at 10 yards with my Steyr
With my buddies TRP, it's 7 shots in one roughly .45 caliber hole
The difference between a good pull and a great one is fairly imperceptible...
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Is this operator?
I see a 516 and a glock. The suit looks cool as fuck
Operator is what they are doing, operator isn't gear; dudes can operate in a t-shirt and with a stock M4. Patrolling a Paris street and doing crowd control isn't operating.
I hate neo/k/ defining operating by the dollar amount of gear being worn.
Arcteryx Leaf is highly based.
I need to move out of New York.
hey guys i was slugging my mosin's bore with 1/8 slip sinkers and started with my russian 91/30 and it did not cut too well only the high part of the slug but i could not really make out the grooves and then i went to slug my finnish m39 and it WILL NOT GO DOWN AT ALL im worried if my m39 is undersized. i need help. pic related
So does anyone have info on where the guns used in Paris came from?
Were they at any point legal, or were they imported illegally?
Were they full auto or semi?
holly shit they are using T-95 to launch cruise missile
>Using platform for cruise missiles to launch cruise misses
This is, supposedly, the bomb used to take down that Russian airliner. ISIS claimed in their magazine.
How could a bomb this small take down an entire aircraft? I used to pop soda cans with m80s back when I was a kid.
Depends on whats in that can. If you puncture the right part of the aircraft you can get big results.
Not always fatal though.
I am purchasing a FAL.
My options are: DSA SA 58 for around a thousand, or CAI FAL Inch Pattern for around 750.
You can see the conditions on each here.
I'm fairly certain DSA is the standard metric FAL.
Obviously with the cheaper model I'd need to ditch that shit thumb stock and buy a new furniture kit.
Which do I buy?
DSA or bust
Posting my old sets (8 pics).