What gun is that?
Fact: This would have been far more enjoyable to use, and far more useful in general, if you could actually shoot it in semi.
In canon, the BR55 could fire in semi, 3RB, and full-auto modes. I don't know about the BR85, but it's a fair assumption that it would keep the same fire modes.
>not posting the HB variant
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
One man was treated and released for a gunshot wound while a second remains hospitalized following a Sunday morning shooting near Gator’s Sports Pub.
Rocky Mount police responded around 2:30 a.m. to a shooting in the parking lot of the bar on the 1100 block of Jeffreys Road. Authorities said a fight broke out and gunshots were fired, striking two men. An 18-year-old man was taken to Nash General Hospital, where he was treated and released. A second victim, a 20-year-old man, was taken to Nash General then transferred to Vidant Medical Center...
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Can special forces choose what weapons they use? What are the limitations?
No. Because Special Operations has its own budget under socom, they can acquire gear that's different than the rest of the military, and they can afford to buy the best of the best. But acquisition is still a high level command sort of thing. Operators may give feedback on weapons, (that's why they don't use SCARs or 416s anymore and started using block II socom m4s), but ultimately it's some bureaucrats who pick their guns.
What exactly is the logic for operators to not wear helmets?
The blue is going to come off some day. How sex can I fuck a makarov up?
I like it the way it is but I like shooting it too much to keep it this way.
How would you handle a close quarters combat situation like this?
Me: suck they dick
Can someone please educate me regarding the laws pertaining to bring an assault rifle from the United States into Belgium?
First time shooting today, I know its shitty but its my first time. 55/60 shots hit from my M16.
500 years ago the idea of ordinary people having handguns let alone assault rifles would have been insane. They'd been seen as literal arms used by the gods.
What type of weapons would ordinary people 500 years from now likely have?
500 years is a very long time, lot of stuff can happen to societies and the planet in general in half a millennia
Think of it this way, The United States of America has only really existed as a country for ~240 years.
So we are talking less than half of the time-frame you are suggesting.
I would look at the weapons of that time period, and what was owned by federal forces or in private hands, compare that to what is owned by federal forces today and private hands today and extrapolate for the future.
So I was looking around on Google maps when I spotted this about 50 miles north of China Lake NAWS in the Mojave Desert of California.
It's basically out in the middle of nowhere and it's clearly some sort of kill house complex. What really intrigues me is the ship.
Anyone have any idea what this is, past just a kill house complex?
Coords are: 36°12'28.1"N 117°33'27.0"W
Whole shit load of stuff out that way, south of this place.
Most likely just a kill house complex.
If its replicateing something specific, the raid has most likely already been carried out, and finding what its replicateing is damn near impossible.
Can a /k/ommando help me out? I want to know if pic related was my gun's fault or my ammo's fault.
I ask because I've had jams in other guns before but none looked like this and I wasn't examining my ammo while loading. Gun is a NIB 2014 LCP and ammo was whatever Federal calls their white box stuff. This happened on the 2nd round of the Federal but I had no problems shooting through the rest of the box. 132 Rounds total of various brands today with just that one hangup.
Tough to say but I would guess combo of the gun and you.
Since it's a new gun and it was the 2nd round decent odds that you had a slightly off grip or something.
Did you clean and oil the gun before you shot it?
Gun was clean and lubed. Also this happened after a box of Winchester.
Your guess is what I assumed at first but the way the copper from the bullet is pulled over the case seems unusual to me. Never seen that before and I'm not sure it's even possible to do. Looks more like the case shaved off some copper during assembly but I could easily be wrong.
Meant to attach a second pic.
For $300 you can apparently convert your 1911 to fire a special snowflake cartridge that is similar to .44 magnum while retaining the ability to fire .45 ACP. Is this a good idea, or is it a waste of money that can kill your gun? Pic related.
>My main interest is collecting old Milsurp
>Want to get a SCAR
>worried about shillary winning the election and panic buying setting in
Should I buy me a SCAR now? Or keep expanding my MilSurp collection?
Buy yourself a god damn scar because you'll want it down the road anyway, and if something does happen where you can't get it anymore, you'll be happy you have it now rather than later
Learned today that my Battle Buddy, Solomon, has heart arrhythmia. Which is pretty much a death sentence for an 11yo English Mastiff.
I'm not handling this well, /k/. I know this isn't my blog, but you guys are the tits, so I thought I should tell someone. Incoming image dump while a grown man weeps like a child.
Waiting on bloodwork to come back tomorrow to see what we need to do. But right now, it looks like meds to make him comfortable or put him down.
Sorry about your buddy, komrade. Savor the time you have left with him.
Here's mine. Not sure what breed of dog she is.