Whats next for his career?
You have the entirety of the non-weeb part of this board as an army, outfitted with whatever gear they own. For the sake of hypotheticals, there is no infighting on either side. The enemy has a supply of body pillows and cum socks, in addition to the normal supply of a military, unless you can somehow sever their supply train.
Now, you are in an all-out land war against the dirty weeaboo scum of this board. Your battleground consists of something similar to the countryside of Normandy a la ww2, with towns and villages but we'll pretend there are...
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well knowing /k/ we probably have a lot of thermite and napalm, and somebody could probably make a flamethrower.
so we burn them out.
burn down everything, nothing survives.
then we roll in with all the heavy stuff first, MGs and shit and kill the stragglers.
set up a base and have the normal guys clear out anyone that somehow managed to survive.
rinse and repeat until we win.
The mistake you've made is that a good chunk of the people here are weebs, and own better gear than you because weebs have more cash than you.
I think its time for a movie thread! What are the best fight scenes that show both realism and proper techniques or tactics?
I'll start with this duel where scottish qui gon jinn uses a hilt sword to fight some fairy with a rapier
This whole episode of some canadian cop drama is the story of a school shooting. Shows very cool cop tactics with actors who do a good job of showing how much pressure a person is under in during that kind of stress.
That looks more like a foil.
And the reason fencing fights look "fairy" to you is, they are usually lethal at the first touch. Or injure so much that the other guy can be walked away from, like in the movie.
Why the hell do you think musketeers replaced longswordsmen?
But still, this is my favorite movie fight:
For what purpose?
FYI- Cold steel is the #1 supplier of medieval melee weapons to conflicts in the middle east
do not fund them
for once, i'm strangely OK with this.
Over the years, turkey vs ham has been debated many times, on and off the internet, as to which is the superior meat for both holidays, sandwiches, and even bacon.
Today, I would like to look at this topic from a different angle, wild turkey vs wild hog. Which critter gives the more satisfying hunt? The patient discipline and careful calling of the turkey hunter, or the adrenaline rush of dropping one of the few mankillers to call the USA home? Which species suffers in flavor from not being fed a special, flavor enhancing diet on a farm? Does a camo Mossberg make a better...
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I recently got a Mosin and its coated with cosmoline. How do I remove this shit! Any tips or advice will be greatly appreciated.
The way I always did it was to take it completely apart. Dissemble the bolt and soak it in hot water and dish soap. For the barrel and action, I'd brew up hot water in the coffee pot and pour it all over inside and out. I'd do this several times. I'd spend a couple of hours doing it loving every minute.
Never found a good way to get it out of the stock beside wiping it down with a de-greaser.
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Mine isn't empty but that's okay because a P7 won't shoot you without warning.
it'll be gud
Post your hypotheticals and have people talk about them.
What if America never entered WW2?
Would Germany just blob all across Europe, then secede after Hitler died and Nazism with him?
>What if America never entered WW2?
The Soviets would still have defeated Germany, a better question is what would Europe have been like without the USA to reign the Soviets in after?
What if the US Ordinance Board had picked any intermediate cartridge of the era, like .351 SLR, .345 SLR, or .250 Savage, for the M1 Carbine, instead of the one that became the .30 Carbine?
Bonus question: Could the Hyde-Bendix have become the M1 Carbine with those rounds?
Riddle me this, /k/. Why isn't TV guidance used more often? Could a man portable TV weapon exist?
Some US generals were against it for whatever reason, so it never got developed
Theres really no need for planes/helicopters doing bombing, when you could just have video guided missiles
So that could be it.
It takes more hardware (video camera, antenna, transmitter, etc.) to relay video to someone, thus taking up space that could be used for more boom.
It takes a lot less space and hardware to make it wiggle its fins to follow a red dot like a cat.
I've heard this was the best place to learn about skinwalkers , tell me all you know
Hello I'm from the year 2125
This is the raptor you will see in 2030
I bought the PA m4-72 severe duty and am not happy with it. It does a great job of reducing kick and muzzle rise but the concussion it throws of is a but to much for what I use my rifle for, it throws my follow up shots and has my ears ringing even through my ear pro. Does anyone have a suggestion for a brake or compensator that will reduce muzzle rise and kick but not blow my hat backwards or my ear drums?
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How many bullets (up to .45's) would it take to take down a fully grown tree?