Are there any tactical benefits whatsoever to wood stocks, or are they completely obsolete?
Anyone know much about/have experience with them?
The country relies more on a coalition of commonwealth cucks to defend itself versus major attacks. Though anyone attacking singapore is off his rocker.
Anyway the military is for civic shit only. Though the navy does pirate patrol in nearby waters.
flew with some Singaporean pilots at IFF, hung out with their WSO's at Pensacola. they all seemed pretty switched-on. they only send their best to the US. i've heard their debriefs are crazy - "YOU'RE GOING TO GET YOUR FAMILY KILLED AND YOU BRING SHAME TO THEM" when they inevitably screw up.
Did an exercise with their Navy. Hung out with a couple of the officers when we pulled in for the port visit. Pretty chill guys. Had chili crab with them. Seemed like only the chinks were officers and all the enlisted were poo in loos and Maylay.
I'm looking for an IWI Jericho 941 (or 941 R), specifically the full-steel version with the slide-mounted safety/decocker.
Where in the ever-loving hell can I find pic related? I've been looking everywhere, but all I can manage to find is their new shitty polymer lower version, or the all steel with the frame safety. Apparently the version I'm looking for is a current porduction model, but I'll be damned if I can actually find anything on it.
Look for the Baby Eagle by magnum research. You'll have to get one used, all the new ones in the US are with the frame mounted safety (which is better so I have no idea why you want the slide mounted safety one).
/k/ BTFO by superior Japanese weaponry
Novice shooter here. I'm thinking about getting a smith & Wesson M&P 40. What do you think about trigger safeties VS thumb safeties? I own a sig which has no safety and it's one less thing is have to worry about in the event of an emergency so I see the appeal of a trigger safety I guess. But I hear it fucks with a trigger pull. What are your thoughts /k/?
The thumb safety is a redundancy in this kind of handgun. If it was a DA/SA handgun, you might want it to carry cocked and locked, but on a striker-fired gun like the M&P, it's just another thing to prevent you from firing the gun when you might need to fire it to save your life.
IF you're a safety Sally, go ahead and buy it, but train with it. If you know how to use your brain, it's a useless vestigial device.
I did a thing /k/omrades...
CZ 75 SP01 Shadow for Production (which is gay)
CZ IPSC STANDARD 40sw for Standard division
Remington 1911R1 45ACP for Classic Division
S&W 625 5" 45ACP for Revolver Division
and a couple rifles and shotgun for the long gun divisions
but you won't find many competition shooters on /k/
I have a few bullet related questions for /k/.
The first is about home defense; should I go for 9mm, 22lr or 45 ACP? Where I live I can get 22lr and 9mm in hollow point but not 45 ACP. Obviously I wanna kill the guy but I live in an apartment so I don't need an over-penetrating bullet that'll kill m neighbor.
The second is game related; 30-06 or 308 for deer and bear? Can one rifle do it all or should I get 2? If one rifle can do both which caliber is the cheapest?
>The first is about home defense; should I go for 9mm, 22lr or 45 ACP?
Han Solo, a known racist who dislikes Rodians with a passion, shot dead in cold blood this poor, young Rodian male who did nothing wrong and was getting his life on track. We demand that the District Attorney for Tattoine launch a criminal investigation and seek justice for this senseless murder and hate crime.
In addition to the USAS in Australia yesterday
>read the last line
Looks like their shitty gun control isn't working after all.
>paying the government to let you keep a metal penis in your pants
>implying your penis isn't under the government allotted 3.5 inches
>have to pay $112 in fees just to get my permit
Here /k/ommandos can post whatever kind of video game that is /k/ related in any type of fashion. I'll start with Graviteam. Does anyone else here play?
Ask handgun questions. Post handguns. I'll start.
Have a big ass handgun!
Were lever rifles commonly used by Murican troops in combat during WWI? If they were how effective were they compared to bolt action rifles and if they werent common the why not?
No, but they were used by Canadian troops(specifically the Frog units in Quebec that never deployed) during WW1, and by "Canadian Coastal Rangers" in British Columbia during WW2.
Lever actions aren't as good as bolt actions for actual combat because they don't shoot from prone as well.
>But overall they're inferior to bolt actions.
If you're goal is rapid fire while maintaining sight picture during a period of time were semi-automatic rifles were complete dogshit or non-existant then they certainly had their place.
My friend is writing a paper about why we should decrease military spending in the us. What are some actual articulate reasons otherwise?
Because the quality of life you enjoy is ensured by a powerful military keeping the sea lanes free.