Did someone say cold steel?
Alright so I got busted for possession of an illegal substance (was ludes btw) last month. How do I get my 2A rights reinstated?
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>~1100 rounds fired with only 1 malfunction
>no CLP no cleaning no remedial action required besides stovepipe malfunction
>cops suppressed for hours
>drugs kept them goimg
>20 GSW to the legs from 9mm and 5.56
>one 7.62 would have broken legs, arms, etc.
Why do you not favor the AK?
What the fuck is this?
Why do TV and movies fuck simple shit up like this all the time?
>inb4 it's just a show get over it
I'm not going to get over it, this fucking prick gets paid more than I do and I can hold a gun far better than he fucking can.
Sometimes I'm find with someone not keeping how too use a gun, in sense of a character that is untrained or never held or used a gun before. Works in that case but whatever your pic from is probably just fucking stupid.
What was that thing with the actor resting their finger behind the trigger?
Many fictional characters are supposed to not know their guns, so it's fitting that the actor either not know, or act like they don't know.
You should only be bothered when a character that should know is shown doing it wrong.
This thread is dedicated to finding people in your area to shoot with and or general operating.
I am transgender. I am also very happy and don't feel mentally ill. But I know a lot of you guys disagree.
My question is do you still support my gun rights, or think I should not be allowed?
Pro me being crazy:
Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its current Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, said that transgenderism is a “mental disorder” that merits treatment, that sex change is “biologically impossible,” and that people who promote sexual reassignment surgery are collaborating...
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What did this guy do wrong /k/?
Are snipers useless in the modern army?
>limited ammo capacity
>need two hands to operate
>less controllable than a small caliber rifle
>big and unwieldy
Can someone tell me why a pump action shotgun would make a better home defense weapon than a pistol caliber carbine in ANY scenario?
inb4 pellet spread makes it impossible to miss
Tell me stories about idiots mishandling explosives
My buddy had to go clean up a mess one time.
Two soldiers were training on how to use a LAW with a live tube. Why they weren't using a spent tube, I'll never know.
Well one thing lead to another and the LAW gets fired. Goes through and impales one soldier at point blank range and then into a concrete wall. It was inside and within safe-arm distance, so it just burst apart rather than exploding.
I almost convinced a couple of grunts to eat some blasting caps. And another one to almost eat C4.
Had I not stopped all of them they would have died.
Why are remote machine guns not more common?
They seem pretty god tier in terms of protecting the operator and are apparently extremely durable.
Why don't we see them everywhere? Like road checkpoints, cruise ships and often targeted buildings like embassies.
By deploying one in you can replace a guard in full gear. Hell, an intern sipping coffee could man the controls from the depths of the building if need be.
My best guess would be because they're stationary. A fixed turret can't maneuver around blind spots, pursue, retreat, etc. so it isn't really fair to say that they can replace humans.
Worst Korea has automated sentry guns in the DMZ. Currently they require human operator input to shoot. Though they could be set to full autonomous.
I think a lighter version of CROWS with a semi auto .50bmg rifle could replace trained snipers for a lot of missions. A fire team carries and places the gun. One guy operates the gun through a remote control system with a screen. While the rest of the team pulls security.
Joined my local fire department and I need some crazy stories before I go off to the county academy in a few weeks.
Also, FF/EMT general.
Firefighting is operator as fuck.
My dad's been a firefighter for more than 20 years. He's a driver/engineer on an engine these days. He doesn't really get a lot of crazy stories now that he doesn't ride the medic, but he once shredded a pair of bunker pants and boots with a lawnmower when he was new.
Here are two of his old helmets. The "E-201" patch is removable, and I have it on one of my bags now.
Only based jap toasters can save this thread now
How many of you carry to church.
There's been a problem caused partially by it at mine.
What do you think of it?
Everytime I asked questions people always shited in them.
Official drink of /k/?