Historically, have there ever been a stable double-barrelled rifle? Of any sort of firearms that utilize multiple barrel simultaneously while remaining fully automatic? Chain gun and mini gun don't count.
First, lurk more you fucking teenager.
Second, don't make stupid threads when you could just use google.
>Chain gun and mini gun don't count
Those are the multiple barreled "rifles" you stupid cunt. Use your tiny retard brain to imagine why you might want more than one barrel on a gun.
There were weekly threads on /k/ discussing the prospect of abmormal/futuristic weapons all year round but I don't expect uncreative redneck like you to know any better since you have nothing better to do than practice in a thread you don't like rather than something you would enjoy
I want to build a stationary EMP generator in my house. I've got this shit squared away for the most part but I'm having hard time figuring how powerfull I need it to be to kill mobile devices inside my house and yard (~25 yards radius).
The size doesn't really matter as it would be stationary. I just want to get into the ballpark on how many capacitors I need.
And no, this is not illegal in my country.
Uhh don't you know that would give you cancer. I you do do this, make it a smaller emp , place directly onto harder I've or whatever u want to fry, use the shielding metal from inside microwave. Theres a name for that metal, non ferraric metal or something.
What's a good entry level riot shield? I just think they're cool as fuck.
Are the clear ones worth fucking with?
Joining the military:
when i was a young kid, around 13, i had to take a trip to hospital as my mother feared i was suicidal, i had self harm wonds which i told was from playing with my dog and my family assured them it was. I am 19 now, and nowhere near suicidal. It was a immature hissy fit that escalated with my concerned mother.
will this stop me from joining the army now? will they check and know? or is it 'wiped' since im over 18.?
general military thread also.
to start your own army?
What kind of rank structure is necessary? Traditional three tier structure (officers, warrants, enlisted)?
And what is the difference between a militia and a non-state run army?
Step 1. Find an under-served community with a large amount of unemployed males young enough to still have fire in them
Step 2. Designate an enemy for these men. Exclaim this enemies wrong doings against the community. Point the people towards this enemy.
Step 3. Arm these men
Step 4. Provide for these men
Step 5. Provide for the community, so that the people will grow to love and support these men
You now have your army. Pick a city of your choosing, there are many candidates in this world.
It takes exactly treefiddy
Seriously though, what kind of opposition will these men face. Are we talking African warlords with weapons and munitions the can scrounge or a dictators army with real money?
No one can begin to answer a question that general.
It could cost $25K to arm and properly supply 10 men from scratch and that's not even getting into food and housing while they receive some kind of training. It could take $15K to get 30 guys who play soldier inna woods and have most everything...
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Confession time, /k/.
How many guns do you have that you don't have at least additional mags/clips and a proper sling/holster for?
Anybody have any experience with these guns? Planning to buy one.
ITT We post links to Military Grade Training Guides. Be it Physical Fitness, Gear Lists, COIN, or booby traps: anything and everything military training related.
>Bonus Points for PDFs
Is the samburu as shitty as everyone says?
want one for my bugout bag
Are you a bad enough dude to survive seventeen days on Acheron?
Hard mode: using only weapons you actually own.
Nightmare mode: using only your EDC
What is /k/'s opinion of the NY compliant ARs from a practical perspective? Like, I've never operated one but they look to me like they'd be pretty good for going prone with a bipod, the ones I've seen atleast.
Horribly Disfigured Mongloid that should have never been a thing
So it's pretty much commonly accepted that using a pistol in a rifle fight isn't very wise. Militaries don't take them seriously for infantry use. Sidearms are only sometimes carried for the unlikely off chance that someone's rifle suffers a catastrophic malfunction and cannot be put back into the fight. Because of that, I'm wondering why they issue full-sized pistols to soldiers. Subcompact pistols are only slightly less accurate and have a marginally shorter sight radius. They are lighter, smaller, and lethal. Why carry a full size (sometimes even...
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A glock 26 is probably just as good for a backup as a glock 19, I'll give you that. The beretta and all the other pistols they've issued until now don't have smaller versions that have been proven to be just as reliable.
Is the Gerber Paraframe a good, general-purpose knife?
from my personal experience, the little one that came with the small bear grills survival kit is built like a fucking tank. Abused the fucking shit out of it and used it as a screw driver, pry bar ext...damn thing just would not break or chip the edge.
Kinda miss that knife.
Have had one since 2007. Other than the serrations getting a little fucked on a rock, its held up perfectly through years of camping, kitchen work, and general purpose abuse.
Now that was one from 2007. The ones made currently could be completely different and total shit.
So, /k/, What standards do you think someone should meet if they're to be useful in a militia unit. not some loloperator Michigan bullshit, I mean a legit militia that could stand on it's own.
Physical fitness standards, things they should be able to do with their weapon or equipment, skills or knowledge they should have?
Any training they should have, or you would recommend?
Pic definitely not related.
Get PatMacs book on the subject.
Other books as well
Crossfit or any HIIT training that also incorporated Olympic lifting. Throw in endurance and cardio.
Kek. I could give you advice as a prior infantryman but it's pretty common knowledge. Take a look, it's in a book.
Given enough volume of fire and accuracy, would it be possible for a group of infantrymen armed with bolt action rifles to shoot down howitzer or mortar rounds out of the air?