Am I holding this right?
The stock is so uncomfortable on the shoulder.
Am I supposed to chicken wing it?
Any submariners on here? More specifically people on boomers. My dad was on a fast attack and he tells me it sucked the whole time. What is life as part of a boomer crew like?
Allies Will Not Play a Role in B-21 Development, Unlike F-35
>“As we develop future systems and aircraft, [a joint approach] will be one that we look at to see if we can do that,” Bunch said at the Norwegian-American Defense Conference. “I do not believe in any way shape or form it will be a thing we look at on the B-21.”
Is it secrecy or attempt to avoid issues seen with the F-35?
If allies were to be involved in the development of a bomber then that would imply they intend to export them to said allies. That would be a REALLY bad signal to send to Russia and China.
Bit of both I'd say. As >>30021905 said we don't exactly share strategic bombers because of MAD and such. That said, it might also be NG learning that too many chefs in the kitchen make a shitty meal.. or plane.
Does anyone else feel like this would be an awkward knife to own having never served in the USMC?
I would feel unworthy to have a knaifu that says USMC on it because I never served.
Does .45 ever make sense for a ccw? Or is it just unnecessarily fat/expensive?
It works fine. Especially if you use Speer's 200 grain "flying ashtray" +p load.
Other calibers offer better capacity, of course, but if you choose to carry a single stack pistol, or live in a state with restrictions on magazine capacity, then why not?
Eh, not sure.
9mm is alright, bare minimum.
Personally I would like a 357.mag with high capacity.
I carry a 9mm CM9. No extra mag. I live in a duty to retreat state. The glock 36 looks tasty.
Has anyone here shot or held this? If so, what was you experience? What did you like? Dislike?
>also German weapons thread
did the germans actually use this in WWII against the french?
don't fucking move
What're you going to do now?
In the year 2010, kids were filming airshit/paintball skirmishes in HD, slow mo, with dynamic angles
Half a decade later, 3rd worlders caught on to these techniques and applied them to war/kill footage
And yet, militaries still film shit at a grainy 480p or its Funker footage where you can't see shit. When will war footage unfuck itself?
>when someone says "assault rifle"
Things your gun would say when you miss the target.
Have they ever been a viable weapon, /k/?
Also they are associated with assassins, presumably the benefit is in concealment and the element of surprise.
What I want to know is if they have ever been anything more than 'looks cool!'
I've literally never heard of someone being harmed by them other than accidentally
June 3rd - 5th, Friday - Sunday
Near Blacksburg, Virginia (could we please get an exact address for the campsite?)
Camping out, target shooting, campfire cooking, horseshoes and hanging out.
FREE! Donations are appreciated but NuggetFest is and always will be a free event.
there is literally nothing wrong with .380
Is doing pic related open carrying or brandishing?
What price would you put on this bayo /k/?
Not in that condition.
Pic related is mine.