Just what ARE the tactical advantages of an Ekranoplan?
They may be fast and can carry a decent payload and all, but they're expensive to build and maintain. That and they can only operate under calm ocean conditions, or they'd just catch a wave with their wingtip and smash into the ocean.
Could it actually be invulnerable from modern submarines? I know almost all submarines now wouldn't pop up to the surface and fire its cannon so it should also be safe from torpedoes. The only thing I could see this monster being useful is acting like a coastal missile platform and even destroyers do a better job at that.
Will I regret this? Talk me in/out of it /k/.
No, it'll be great, but be weary to inspect it thoroughly when it comes in. I bought mine at a local shop and was able to go through five different surplus BHPs and find the one with the least amount of internal wear.
Also >>29574296. It'll be hit or miss. Mine was 100% fine functionally minus some worn out springs that cost only $25 to replace.
All together for the pistol, springs, and a Cerakote job I have about $560 in this and I love it more than any other handgun I've ever owned.
Why is /k/ the weapons board? Why not /w/ for weapons, or /g/ for guns?
What would you give for a shield? Think a 1:1 trade for a Taurus model 66 is fair?
> also Taurus vs S&W thread
I'd give nothing. Fuckers are so damn cheap, I rather go buy one brand new for next to nothing.
Shit, any thing I would give, I would ask for the shield, as well as some thing else in return.
Your lead tests came back positive.
Care to explain?
What does /k/ think of this?
Shield VS P239
Which is better?
I'm stuck between the 239 and the shield. I have yet to try a shield especially one with an apex trigger. If the apex is nearly as good as the sig's srt, I might make the choice to get the shield over it.
Okay /k/, probably a stupid question, but how practical would the HF Blade from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance or a vibrosword from Star Wars be? Basically a sword whose blade vibrates at a high frequency with the intention of increasing cutting effectiveness.
This is much more practical and is actually mil-spec.
Surprise! The US government has just abolished the 2nd amendment and the US in in open rebellion. Syria style warfare but the government wants to keep it's infrastructure so this is a primarily infantry war.
post you loadouts
>pic related: standard issue government soldier
Are double edged fixed knives legal to conceal carry in Wisconsin without a CCW permit? I looked and all i could find is:
>AB 142 removes all restrictions on switchblades and concealed carry of knives from Wisconsin statutes with the single exception that a person who is prohibited under state law from possessing a firearm may not go armed with a concealed knife that is a "dangerous weapon." Knife Law Preemption means that all laws more restrictive than the new state law will be voided and knife law will be consistent throughout the state.
Just bought a hex receiver 91/30 for $500, did I do good? (Australian)
You can own mosins in Australia? wow
good gun but
round > hex
read the beginning, and almost started laughing, then saw you were from australia.
yeah, you did do good. good job.
it's australia dood, you can't get much better than that
Are your life at risk during your daily basis? Do you live/go on shitty places where you might get robbed, assalted or killed? If so why don't you CC?
I go to college in a high crime area compared to where I commute from.
I don't cc because I have only 1 handgun and am not old enough for a permit yet.
My handgun. Old pic fixed the retarded sight placement
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Whatever the West is doing right now doesn't seem to be working, so I guess it falls to us anons.
What strategy to kill ISIS for good?
What is more important during a battlefield, saving a soldier's life or protect a $10M vehicle?