Goddamn police trying to shoot me for pucnhing a guy out in the middle of nowhere well at least all I had to do was drive into a car workshop and just change the color of my vehicle and abracadabra no more cops.
Also gotta love open carrying my desert eagle around the city it's a shit shame when i fire it I get the fucking swat team shooting at me goddamnit.
>he doesnt go on killing sprees taking down 50+ swat guys for the hell of it
stop being a pussy, all they do is seize your guns and a bit of cash then send you to the hospital and call it square
i have to write a position paper for my libtard professor about what regulations should be imposed on firearm ownership in americaland. i can't say nothing, there has to be some substance to what i'm saying, so what reasonable restrictions/controls should be in my paper.
read the amendment aloud, and then re-read the part where it says SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED
then turn it around on him. posit that he should have to register before voicing an opinion or publishing a paper because there should be regulations on what can be said and who can say it. when he says his first amendment rights should not be infringed ask him why the second amendment is somehow different.
also, do your own fucking homework, loser.
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>Mandatory "It aint me"
Where did Britain tested and developed their nuclear weapons?
Any thoughts on the K2 rifle? It seems Betty gud.
What's your opinion on the sig 2022?
I want one and if it really,costs under 400 why aren't they selling like hot cakes
I would guess its the same reason the fns series hasn't become popular. People dont simply know much about them or heard anything aboot them like they do a Glock or M&P l.
because DA/SA has largely become replaced by strikers.
but the 2022 is an AMAZING pistol. a bit expensive, magazine-wise, but a trigger 80% as good as a 226 while being polymer framed, light, and dirt cheap. They are the only polymer sig you should really consider getting.
If you're into DA/SA, or just want a good solid fun range pistol, I'd get it in a heartbeat.
Why don't armies issue very small pistols as secondary weapons? Isn't the whole idea behind them to "fight your way to a rifle"?
If they serve as a tool to only be used in the most dire of consequences and only at very close ranges, why would the marginal difference in ballistics and accuracy matter?
Before you say it, yes I know most soldiers don't carry sidearms.
What's the point in holding the magazine frame like this? Isn't it counter-productive to hold so far up like that, instead of holding the barrel?
I've seen some tacticool fags at the range toting that this is the best for SBR's, but how useful is it?
Magwell grip is for lazy people who dont like holding rifles.
Holding the support arm out is better in every respect except comfort. This is why you start seeing people's weapons handling and manipulation go to shit after a while.
am i autistic for carrying 94 rounds of 9mm?
15 fmj, 33 147 grain winchester HP, 46 127gr +p+
Hey /k/, I want to get a bolt action gun but Im not sure what my options are. Are mosins still around $150? What else is there in that price range?
It's really a crap shoot right now. In my town Mosins go for on average $250 and while that's not too bad people will tell you to save $50 more and spend $300 on a K31 but I've never seen one of those go for less than $500. You can also find K98s in that $250-$300 price range but I've never seen one in person.
No and nothing else is reliably in that price range.
If you up it to $250 you can find all sorts of used modern bolt guns that will shoot better than a Mosin.
Mosin prices online are just barely under $200. You might get lucky in a local deal to still net one for <$150, but it will require patience. Only other thing you can find online for <$200 will be .22s.
Turk Mausers go pretty cheap, though surplus 8x57mm isn't as easy to find as 7.62x54mmR.
Why are Pocket Knives colored like this nowadays?
Listening to the radio today and for some reason the Russian invasion of Afghanistan came up. One caller claimed that spetznaz would carry bastard files in their boots for interrogation. If the locals wouldn't give up info, they would supposedly pull these out and start filing teeth. It was supposedly highly effective. Has anyone else heard this? And I guess unorthadox torture weapon thread
Generally that kind of stuff wasn't carried by field interrogations, Spetsnaz would generally do that back at their base where they've got a mix of blowtorches, drills, saws and other devices to make someone talk. Field interrogations usually done with the shovel, lopping off bits, beatings and bending limbs into a pretzel- basically lay someone face down on the ground and bend their feet towards the back of their head.
They'll do it in groups too.
So if you've got 2-6 captives, one of them...
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So what's the USNs plan if a rogue Astute sub gets into one of their carrier strike groups? Just wait for it to run out of ammo?
>Though I find it highly unlikely that the whole crew would go rogue, given they'd understand what this means for their familes at home.
You think Britain would publicly torture and execute family members of their sub crews?
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