Hey /k/ what's your favorite air force and why mine russia because they build there planes like fucking tanks
>Implying it isn't
how does /k/ feel about the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999?
what do you know about ground forces combat that occurred?
why are their hands always injured?
why are their hands always injured?
Women lack the hand eye coordination of men, the grip strength, and their hands are smaller, so they tend to fuck up their hands more, especially when you consider all the sharp and pointy or hard things getting dropped and falling, that happens on exercise or even just doing mundane daily tasks.
Is there a single reason not to carry one of these?
Are multicam ar15's a meme? Thinking of starting by getting a multicam b5 stock and multicam d3 sling.
I live in south florida and it does work well in my environment. However, I really don't have camoflague as a priority, I just really like how multicam looks
"Sorry, bro, I got some on your AR"
CZ shows off it's new Bren rifle.
It's funny to see yuropoors struggling with their failed yet overpriced weapons so much that they have to make new versions every year, while they could be making the M4A1 at a much lower price.
>Look guise, we added ribbing to the stock and a waffle pattern to the magwell so that it isn't such a transparent plagiarism of the SCAR
If the Germans can make an AR18 derivative that doesn't look like the SCAR, there's no reason why the Czechs cant too. For shame.
So reports are coming out stating that the Sig MCX (pic related) that Omar Mateen used in the Orlando shooting jammed relatively early in the shooting forcing Omar to switch to his Glock 17.
I've heard SIG rifles have been having issues like this, and anyone who would have had more than one range trip would have discovered this issue immediately. So my question is why did Omar bring this rifle knowing that it would likely malfunction as it did, and if he didn't then does that imply he barely used the rifle in the first place? Who buys an 1800...
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Because communication and situational awareness is how you win.
Chapter 70 out.
>A shot rings out, the seishou academy girls, in their lowest defeat looks up
>PKM falls from the received single shot.
>the panel shifts up towards a building opposite of her, on the roof.
>HK417 and FN Mk20 are standing against the full moon.
>"It seems we're going to be attending Seishou now, guess we should call you senpai."
>Still no MK 17
Does he hate the Scar family of rifles?
The closest I could find was an MP5K
You fucking fags are too negative, ITT post something positive about another country's military, or your own if you're a ___aboo
Hard mode: no backhanded compliments
>pic related, they're operator as fuck
GIGN are fucking cool, the fact that they still use revolvers is fucking cool, and they're demonstrably good removers what with all the work they've been doing lately
What would be the most accurate power ranking concerning fighter jets, /k/?
S&W? SAFLOK? Peerless? Safariland?
S&W and Peerless are both quite adequate, the Korean-made Peerless cuffs are cheaper but have rougher edges than the American-made ones.
Seeing as you guys will argue about anything, help me settle an argument with my friend.
Who would win?
The Mosasaurus from Jurassic World, or a Los Angeles class attack submarine?
>Wild Mosasaurus uses bite
>It's not very effective
>USS Dallas uses Mk48 Torpedo
>Its super effective
>Wild Mosasaurus faints (or is exploded into many pieces with the shockwave from the torpedo literally liquefying its internals.)
I was discussing crime and related issues in another forum and tried looking up the statistics for the number or percentage of stolen guns used in crimes in the U.S. and discovered…. I can’t find the info.
One would think this statistic would be readily available and easily found and while a search for “stolen guns used in crimes statistics” turns up all kinda links, NONE of them actually provide any kinda number, (particularly links from government websites like the Dept.of Justice…) instead going off on a tangent about the types of guns or even the calibers that criminals prefer and other irrelevancies.
Does anybody have a link (from a reputable source) that straight-up says how many or what percentage of stolen guns are used in crime in the U.S.?
What's your opinion of the RIP round?