Is there anything better than effortlessly playing with the Axis lock on a Benchmade?
Find a more adaptable and influential design
>protip: you can't
Im a rideshare driver doing this for money and am looking into getting a sidearm just for safety and so I dont get murderaped by some dundunuffin.
Im comfortable around handguns, and have shot enough of them that Im not gonna blow my nose off mexican carrying or something retarded, but past that Im a bit at a loss in which direction to go. Preferably something that fits in large hands, can be concealed under a jacket or some such while driving, wont blow up in my hand, and since this is a frikkin job, probably an external safety or a heavy trigger. Revolvers seem like a good idea?
Since Im driving for money Im not pissing benjamins so if you can buy a car for the cost of it, i probably cant afford it.
"Keep your fucking safety on. Barrel pointed down. Stay in the back. Don't shoot anyone on my fucking team. Right?"
What do you do?
What do you do when you realize you are a real life Upham?
I brought my best equipment and this happens REEEEEEEEEEEE
I made 10 yuan this paycheck, what weapon can I buy with it?
A pencil. Though you'll have no way of sharpening it once it's broken.
You could get a pen though, but it's flimsy tacticool shit for polymerfags.
I have 100 Riel, what 'bout me?
Favorite war movie go
Mine is probably Apocalypse Now.
Or Tropic Thunder if that counts.
The only part of Apocalypse Now that I'd rather do without is the French villa part. Really just seemed like a thinly veiled rant about how fucked up America is.
I do like Platoon a lot, tho it seemed a bit campy
At what age should a child learn to shoot?
Well shit /k/, <insert foreign threat> has gone and occupied the <your end> of <your home country>. You've got one rifle with you, whether alone or part of a group, what do you carve on it?
Pic related isn't mine, but would probably be somebody's.
If you had your own country, what kinds of weapons would it's armed forces have at their disposal? What about vehicles and aircraft? For example, a list of firearms used by Astrachian Armed Forces:
>Beretta 92FS (Army and Navy)
>Colt 1911 (Marine Corps)
>Sig P226 (Air force, in experimental use for fighter pilots)
>H&K USP (.45 for Special Forces, .40 S&W used by Federal Guard)
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Is this absolute clusterfuck indicative of the logistics of the whole armed forces?
Like 7 different chassis for APCs, 8 different models of truck, 40 different ration menus...
God damn this is full autist.
>It’s beyond rumor at this point. According to multiple sources familiar with various aspects of the program, H&K’s entry for the Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System (CSASS) program was selected earlier this week for procurement by the United States Army. Other finalists were LMT and FNH USA.
>The entry, named the G28E1, was displayed at SHOT Show in H&K’s booth. Interestingly, it incorporates an OSS Suppressor.
>He fell for the ruger meme
are there stocks that can go on any buffer regardless of length?
is the mp5 stock one of those? i'm debating on getting a GSE super short buffer tube with it, or just a MVB ARC PDW style stock.
the MVB would let me use milspec BCGs, but it's around an inch longer, and i don't see myself using anything more than 9mm given i wanna bring this to an indoor range. in any case it's a pain since the GSE is out of stock for a while. i'm curious how the weighting would fair.
So if we had a battleship with 100+ sea ram/AA missiles (like how WW2 battleships had 100+ AA guns), would it be sufficient to protect it from a carrier attack?
The battleship would obviously cost way less than a carrier loaded full of planes.
Your country's police are going to raid your house, and you can't get out.
You have 2 hours to prepare to protect yourself
How fucked are you?