what to think about this?
I like to open links by triple clicking the line to highlight and then right clicking to open in new window.
When you quote the link it prevents this from happening. I didn't read your link and have no idea what you're talking about.
/K/ommandos, I love doing a speed reload and using my thumb to release the slide. That being said, what are some /k/ approved guns with a working slide release?
>inb4 its a slide lock
>inb4 you should train both ways on sending the slide forward
You can get oversized slide releases for most guns.
People have a tendency to ride the slidelock lever on the p22X's since it's way far back. I don't really think the sig's have "god tier" ones. Doesn't feel too special whenever I'm using my p226
pedantics, nobody really argues about what it's called or what isn't. slide catch, slide...
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Do most combat boots really have steel toes?
Wouldn't all of that extra foot weight be a complete bitch when rucking and shit?
Composite toe master race reporting in
I wear these err'day at work
They did it with the F-17 didn't they? The F-17 lost to the F-16. But then later became the F-18.
does anyone actually own or has shot one of these? I am looking at getting one in fde to SBR I need to fill my sub gun need again after buying the UMP
Some trip has one in OD Green with a suppressor on it. Gotta ask though, why not just SBR an AR with dedicated 9mm parts? At least with respect to the Kriss the entire platform was built from the ground up for reduced recoil in FA, and even still the thing flexes and wiggles like it's made of lego's when it fires.
Are Asian-Americans well represented in special operations /k/? Every time I see photos or footage, while operators are majority white, I do see a a few Asians but no Blacks or Latinos.
>while operators are majority white
You know you only have seen a bare fraction of what American SOF truly is right?
Its also hard to tell what ethnicity any guy is when most pics if any are of said unit turning their backs to the camera or are wearing sunglasses and beards. Can't tell if a guy is a really tanned white or asian dude or a light skinned hispanic etc.
Where could a guy find the cumulative kill count for the BF-109 including all users? Considering how widely the '109 was used one would think it took down a large number of aircraft.
I have a book on LW aces - there were more than 100 LW aces who achieved 100 or more kills so that is at least 10000 Aerial Victories alone - I think the real figure is 13,000 or 14,000 thats is for only 100 pilots....
The 109 would have had over 20000 kills easily. In 1941 to the start of 1942 the Red Army Air Force lost 20000 planes alone to all causes. Many through ground attack but there were thousands air to air.
not a med-fag, just want general discussion.
Is the 75th ranger reg actually cool? Or is it wanna be secret squirrel? I'm a marine and I was thinking about trying to join them. Does anyone have any experience with them? And can anyone tell me any hoops I might have to jump through?
Ranger, is close to being for Army what Recon is to USMC.
Close is not the same though.
They have a oretty good mission, essentially elite infantry combined with elite scouts. you can get booted from Ranger units for failing to meet the standards.
The hoops involved are:
DA 4187 (personnel action request) to a Ranger unit.
go through RASP/RIP (Ranger boot camp where they try to make you cry and quit).
then BOOM you are a RANGER. the ever popular RANGER tab you see on sleeves denotes you went to...
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Okay so let's say I jump the hoops and cut the red tape. How hard is it to request to go to green barrette training from a ranger reg or once you get a ranger tab. Or do you just have to kickass at ranger?
I am doing a research paper on pocket sized impact weapons and was wondering your thought relating to a universal standard that can be used to compare them.
While I have come up with many factors and created objective criteria for them, I am having trouble thinking up a objective measure of effectiveness that makes sense for a research paper.
I have come up with delivery of force; concentration of force but it feels like I am missing something to have the best possible analysis.
>and usefulness as other things
That's a pointless one though...i guess here's some more
>psychological impact on user or witnesses
People who collect knives instead of guns are either underage, liberals or neckbeards
So I'm trying to be a Correction's Officer in a prison and I'm certain people on /k/ would be right up this alley.
Regarding the REACT test, are there any study guides or tips to make sure I pass?
Get to kill birds, deer, and shit on Offutt AFB and speed down the runway when there's nothing in the pattern it's pretty fun
It's usda wildlife management we try to prevent bird and deer strikes on planes. Cause 3 fucking pelicans can take down a rc135 and cause a ton of costly damage. Also you set traps and what not for hawks and other birds.
Do polished ammo make any difference compared to none polished ammo and if so then what is the difference between the two?
Polished ammo can reduce the friction between the bullet and the bore, making shots more consistent. Polished brass can increase reliability by aiding feeding and extraction. If not completely removed, polished ammo can also expose your bore and chamber to the polishing compound, increasing wear over the long term.
/k/ I just bought an m10 bayonet (pic related) at a yard sale for 15$ without know a good price... did I do good?
Collectible manufacturer ones, and bayo's in particularly good condition can go for anywhere from $50-$100 so assuming it isn't shit tempered, bent, or falling apart $15 is pretty good
So that whole well regulated militia thing, and the definition that 'the militia' means 'the people'.
Isn't that kind of fucked up? Are we expected to just...get rounded up and made to fight or get hanged as traitors? Volkssturm style?