Is the DF-21 really a silver bullet against American CBGs or is it a meme missile?
You would have to be a retarded can't to be a nuclear power and fire long range conventional ballistic missiles as a first strike.especially when most your nuclear missiles are still liquid fueled, and your enemy could glass your country 5 times Ober before you can fuel those missiles.
Are there different kinds of batons?
Who makes good ones
>baseball bat with nails welcomed for fun
Let's see them knife collections boys
I know almost nothing about the military. Poor physique, bad motor skills, the list goes on. I'm pretty smart and OK with firearms. I get overwhelmed easily and prone to stress. Also retarded socially.
Should I join the military?
Any ex-mil guys here able to tell me what this structure is? It reminds me of anti-air batteries/artillery, although it also looks like it could be part of a bomb range.
Coordinates: 30° 1'14.40"N 31°43'17.49"E
>although it also looks like it could be part of a bomb range.
There's what appears to be a shooting range to the immediate north/northeast, and I can't imagine they would put a bomb range right next to a range. Not to mention the highway adjacent on the left.
Alright /k/, post a pic of your most prized personal firearm.
Every gun owner has one, so show us your trusty companion.
How effective is a weapon like this?
Any thoughts from K on a Ruger American vs Savage Axis?
Narrowed it down to one of these two in 308 as my first centerfire rifle (primary purpose is deer hunting).
Well out of those two yes, but he'd save money by just going for T3 or somesuch. 'Cheap rifle -> regret not getting a better one -> actually good rifle'-route is more expensive than just getting a decent one straight off
Haven't seen an Australia thread in a while.
Did you attend a service today?
How are you celebrating today?
Will be bumping with Australian/ANZAC related stuff. Let's not worry about the NFA for a bit.
OP's great-grandfather, and the bayonet that was issued to OP's great-uncle.
ex army here.
Attended the footy last night and service this morning followed by breakfast/ frothies.
Was great to meet older servicemen and women and realise how fucking easy we had/have it.
Unfortunately overheard some edgy teenager talking about how ANZAC day celebrates violence last night on the train,
...i was tempted to stone cold the slut desu
>F-35 Service ceiling
>Su-35 service ceiling
So in order for the F-35 to even engage the Su-35, it has to shoot a missile upwards 10,000 feet. During that distance, the missile will lose most of its velocity, making it easy for the Su-35 to dodge. Meanwhile, the Su-35 can easily shoot missiles downward at the F-35.
What other tactical enlightenment has the Dalai Lama offered?
THIS is the m34 MULTIPLE GRENADE Launcher
thats why they call it....the 6pack attack
THIS is the 433 its a HIGH explosive fragmentation grenade
This is an axle
The Germans didn't have those
is the Hellhound...
and it does TWICE the damage....
What do you guys think about the Ruger SR9 for babby's first gun?
>What do you guys think about the Ruger SR9 for babby's first gun?
I'm a Ruger fan, but their striker pistols are just...meh. Unlike most here I wouldn't recommend a Glock as a first pistol either though. You should get something hammer-fired imo. Or a Kahr.
I need some help /k/. My grandfather left me a couple guns when he died. I know a decent amount about guns, but I can't figure out what model Winchester this is.
Could this round really take the path it did and end up in this position? If it did then I'm buying a Carcano.