>people who only buy combloc weapons because of slav memes
I don't even watch mlp, I did it too rustle jimmies.
I'm in the UK and I wanna buy my friend a gladius for his birthday.
Whats the best online store and do I have to worry about customs seizing it?
Are heritage rough rider .22s any good?
Would his 9mm bullet even penetrate the car door here?
Just got a Bowtech carbon overdrive
What's your bow? Crossbows are accepted
If you're interested in archery, stop what you're doing and watch this video.
Lars Andersen regularly has debunked the myths of modern archery, and shown from his research that you in fact don't need any fancy high tech equipment or even bows. These devices serve to limit your potential as an archer and will lead you down a path filled with bad habits and modern folklore.
Quivers, sights, compound bows, all these tools are just fluff,...
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Oh god a Lars fag. I don't give a shit if that guy is the best trick shooter ever, when it comes to hunting and shooting in a standard competition, I'll stick with my pricey compound bow.
First pistol, waiting on the background check. Very excited!
Anyone here have experience with this pistol?
Just found this bar of lead, blackjack, kosh and slap thread?
Thinking of reshaping it and getting it sewn into a leather case and carrying it in my drivers door document pocket. This would really hurt on any boney areas with minium room to swing.
ITT we explain military historical victories in the way wehraboos explain world war 2, that is to say from the losers point of view with a blatant disregard for facts that make the losers look bad.
French knights were actually the best in the world, their doctrinal and equipment superiority should have won them the battle, but general mud was on the side of the british, british archers were actually really shit, but the big open field was really favours their dishonourable type of combat.
Really we should have won the battle, but the turks attacked the Australians on our flank because they knew we were weak, it's all the fault of the Australians that we lost.
Fucking help, what weapon do I use?
Pic not related.
Why do you want to kill spiders?
Spiders are our friend
It may be cerakoted
But at least one escaped the crusher
I really do feel terrible about what those fuckers did with your guns
Is this a feasible project?
on the subject of AF one, Boeing is getting the contract to make a new AF one out of the 748
with all the countermeasures and cool shit on it currently, I can't even fucking imagine what kind of futuristic awesome shit is going to be on the 800
it fucking blows my mind
looks like a DoD catchall project. It would be able to do everything without doing anything well. there is a reason we have mission specific equipment.
Didn't see one in the catalog.
Does any one else still make a commercial falling block?
hey /k/, AZfag here who doesn't know shit about guns
would kind of like to know some more because its all half the people at my job talk about
what are the basics?
well the most important things are safety, so study up on the 4 rules of firearms safety. Also wikipedia has great information on specific guns. Maybe take a few classes at SGC
This must be old, I just volunteered at comicon for a week and there were plenty of blacks.
So my friend is looking for his first handgun that will be a conceal carry, and hiking handgun. He is in Colorado. He wants something he can pocket carry and can stop a bear. My recommendation for him was an sp101 with a 2 and whatever inch barrel. He can use 38 specials for conceal carry and 357 for hiking. Any other recommendations under $600?
General recommending guns thread/wheel gun thread?
.357 magnum or 10mm auto at the bare minimum, but he'd be better off going a bit bigger.
It's kind of hard to conceal carry AND have something in handgun form to stop a bear without going up there in caliber sizes.
Even with handguns, you still need special ammo that's usually loaded hotter or heavier.
Get a used glock/shield for conceal.
Get a 12ga shotty with slugs for bear country.
Ever Since I was in the Civil Air Patrol I've had an interest in the Air Force.
All branch fanboy-ism aside, how do Air Force Security Forces stack up in terms of technical knowledge, infantry type training, CQB and schooling to that of Marine Corps or Army Infantry? I'm not talking about deployments, PFT standards, missions, or anything branch specific, but strictly the breadth of knowledge disseminated and capability. I know most SF work is boring or law enforcement oriented.
TL;DR What do Army or Marine Infantrymen learn better or over Security Forces...
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Air Force Security Forces are cops. Period. They do a bit more firearms training and field work but most of the time they do cop things. I knew a MSgt that was on a SWAT team and completed sniper school, but his case was a rare one. Also, as an officer, you're going to be writing OPR/EPR's and making sure the squadron doesn't go to shit than operator things.
My 2 cents. Here's some planes.
That's what I figured, I'd like to go into LE on the civilian side of things and I anticipate doing so rather soon. As far as serving in the military, I'm looking to become well rounded in knowledge.