SAR vs ARM edition
I really like how the ARM handles, reacquiring a target is almost efortless. Heavy as a cow though
Do non-infantry combat MOSes count as POGs?
Cav scouts, artillery, armor, mortars, shit like that.
the word "pog" as you call it should be made a reprimandable offence as it violates the ethics of the army by creating a special club with labels used for those outside of said club.
Are military engineers POG level or no?
Also, what does /k/ think of combat engineers?
It depends on the engineer specifically.
Much like medics/corpsmen, engineers who are attached to grunt units can be given honorary gruntship through their actions. I had some pretty cool engineers with me in the middle east and I wouldn't call them POGs ever. But there were the occasional few that were lazy fucks who didn't know their ass from their elbows that both grunts and engineers considered POGs.
Just got back from buying a gun for the very first time in my life. Some people broke into my garage and into my house 3 nights ago while I was held up in my room and I couldn't help but feel that maybe I could have prevented it or at least scared off the intruders. I called 911 but by the time the police arrived whoever had broken in already left.
They stole a few of my tool sets, a small television I kept in the garage, a fine silverware set, and one of my laptops. They also broke the window to my car.
I bought one of pic related...
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that's an excellent gun in an excellent caliber. HK makes awesome 45s
anyone who tries to tell you otherwise is a poorfag case of sour grapes
Sort of, yeah. The HK45 is a fine gun and the price could make sense for serious collectors or enthusiasts, but it's overkill for your purposes. Practically speaking you could have bought a decent .45 handgun for half the price that would have done the same exact job. But at least you have a nice and functional gun now. Although personally I would be a little concerned about actually using it in a shooting because if the police take it as evidence there's no knowing what condition it'll be returned...
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You didn't get ripped off.
H&K is just more expensive than most other brands for polymer framed pistols.
You might have been able to find it a bit cheaper from some online seller, but after shipping and FFL fees you wouldn't have saved much if anything.
What does /k/ think?
How can this gun, the most beautiful revolver in the world, have inspired the Chiappa Rhino?
Jesus Christ the Rhino is hideous. I'd rather own five Hi-Points and a Cobra
how would a P90 chambered in .338 lapua work out?
Was line infantry really the best way to lay down fire on the enemy?
Would more modern 20th-21st century tactics work better with the same weaponry used during the 18-19th century?
Which is better for HD, shotguns or pistols?
It is said that a pistol is for getting to your rifle/shotgun. A shotgun/rifle is a lot more consistent in putting down a threat effectively. Which is why handguns are considered SECONDARY weapons
Someone broke into my house once while I was gone and it was actually quite terrifying sweeping the house alone. Couldn't even be bothered to try rounding corners because of the adrenaline and in case of ambushes. Had to let the cops do it while I waited outside.
If you're already in the house you have the advantage of knowing the layout but I'd have felt a lot better about sweeping the whole house if I had a shotgun instead of just a handgun.
What went wrong
Why did they do all this?
According to this, only 6% are confident in Sweden's ability to defend itself.
>inb4 /pol/ blames muslims
Consider the size of Sweden's military to Russia's.
The 6% saying the country could defend itself are delusional. You're talking about a country of nine million against a country of a hundred and forty three million.
What's the best way to convince women to wear better clothing at gun ranges?
Have you signed up to get yours yet /k/?
Can anyone ID this airplane? I'm not sure if it's a civilian or military airplane; so, I don't know if it belongs on /o/ or /k/.
/k/ approved, or anti-clinton propaganda?
What do mountain infantry do these days?
Which country is best at it?
How hard would it be for a Murrifat who likes to hike, climb, and shoot to join one of these units? Language barrier would not be an issue.
They just keep training to fight in the mountains, should the situation ever come up again. Most of the EU armies have mountain units. Having worked with a few and having gone through US Army Mountain Warfare school, I would say the French have one of the better ones. Then the German Gebirgsjaegers.
The US has 2 Mountain Infantry battalions, part of the Vermont/New England National Guards. Every Army Special Forces company has 1 team dedicated to Mountain Warfare as well.
Wait, I need to reword that... The French, from what I've heard from German and Italian Mountain troops, have the better training course for Mountain Warfare. Many countries send their troops to do the French training. As far as the better units, I couldn't really say since I've only worked with the Germans. They were pretty cool though.