Is there a helmet I can wear that can take a 7.62 NATO point blank?
Are red dots a meme?
depends if you want to consistently secure kill-streaks or not
I keep hearing it's preferrable to usr them in semi only, then I hear 5.56x45mm is burst-fire oriented.
So how is it, really?
I was issued a semi / 3rd burst M4 with no full auto.
It's like they don't trust Army with full autos.
Then again everything is now women and PC and the PC crowd are dumb as shit.
I had just a little bit of hope left, but when I did basic we hardly trained on weapons and there was hours of SHARP bullshite.
Long story short most of us were seriously injured and discharged, and i'm the only one who wasn't shot.
>That feel when I didn't get to inna-desert
Semi-auto for EVERYTHING except charging enemy positions. Official Finnish Defence Force doctrine. So if you're expecting to fight an enemy at a hugging distance, you're better off with full-auto with bayonet attached.
Do note though that a charge is not the same thing as an assault or an attack. A charge is a continous movement into enemy positions from a distance less than 50 metres, during which you continue running until you reach your destination. Essentially a bayonet charge.
These fucking dickheads can't into security before using a system that stores IDs and FFL data. Some leet haxxor (probably 4chan himself) wrecked their shit.
Anyone else get the letter today?
THEY'VE SENT IN THE SUPERS!
oh shit, /k/! Super battle Droids supported by regular battle Droids are closing in on your position! What real world guns do you grab to hold em off?
What are the chances this gets repealed or reversed after Obama leaves office by the next POTUS? (Buddies SBRs)
You are the emperor of /k/azakhstan and you are arming your glorious legions with the finest small arms available. Cost is a concern, however, because your budget consists of two potato.
What's the cheapest long gun you'd trust somebody else's life with?
mine is the mosin from back in the day when when you could find em for under $70
What's a good rangefinder? I bought pic related but the red display is practically invisible on a bright day.
Ok so I've recently been playing through the assassins creed series again and it's gotten me thinking about the hidden blade concept.
How would something like that work and would it be plausible to build it into something small enough to strap to your wrist.
How would it fair as a weapon, it would need to be built of something tough but lightweight.
And yes, I know strapping that fucked to your wrist is not particularly hidden.
Okay...deployment issues aside since they're solved by a bit of dedicated brainpower, how do you put it away without stabbing yourself? And when, if at all, since the renaissance have vambrances been fashionable enough that they don't scream "otaku/metalhead/wierdy/possible assassin" depending on the rest of your outfit. The point being that just wearing it draws attention.
here i am with my seccond project.
I made a custom grip for myself for a COLT PYTHON. Please share your opinion.
Pic related; I carry that ( along with a lighter and other unrelated items ) but am wondering what other options are out there.
What are the closest western equivalents to Bинтopeз and Baл, bros?
Suppressed .300 blackout SBR, as far as ballistics.
Or if you want to mutilate an AK to make it look like the deformed hellspawn of Bubbakovski then you could probably SBR an AK in 7.62 and put an aftermarket PSL or SVD stock on it.
/k/ he's fucking smiling
He's not dead inside afterall
Was the Kriegsmarine really outclassed that badly by the Royal and U.S. navies, or could it have withstood one on one?
Germans are bad boat people but excellent refugees and colonists, hence why so many colonized the Americas and rest of Europe.
So I would say no, because if Germany was good at navy, the entire planet would have gotten Reich'd and be just billions of German descendents. Its their own weakness to keep them from being OP.
By the Royal Navy alone they were terribly outclassed.
I got to fingerfuck a CZ 805 Bren today and I think I'm in love. The thing has awesome sights and feels incredibly solid. Yeah it's $1700+ $200 for a tax stamp and $200 for the 922r kit, but I really don't care. Anyone here have any experience with one?