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Survival / get home / bug out bag thread
Share tips, experiences, gear pics
People who can't run 5 miles without passing out
I'm building a kit too, I mostly plan on bugging in at the house but I'd like to have an option to get out if necessary. I live in a hurricane prone area, so I've got food and multiple ways to make fire.
I'm coming up on 60 in another couple years, I doubt I could meet your arbitrary fitness standard. I wouldn't be surprised if it also disqualifies the majority of the anons who collected a Purple Heart in the last decade.
You go ahead and enjoy your high school track meet circle jerk. I hope that works out for you.
Hey /k/ommandos, I just finished getting into an argument with a neighbors daughter in regards to my use of my bb in my own yard. I was popping some cans with my son when she came by saying that I cant be using that in my own yard. She said that the pellets can bounce and hit something but i tried to explain to her that the bullets are designed to prevent that. She soon raised a shitstorm and threatened to call the police. Literally how can i explain to the cops about this crazy bitch if they come?
>Literally how can i explain to the cops about this crazy bitch if they come?
you may be in the wrong. Some cities (including Ferndale MI & Warren MI - I checked) prohibit firing airguns, bbguns, etc within the city.
If the police do come, drop that thing like your life depends on it, because it probably does.
Kukri or knife? Which has more non combat utility? I've had knives for forever, but I've heard good things about the kukri. Would it be insane to carry both?
Kukri good chopper because of the forward weight on the blade. You can use it to split logs if the blade is long enough, but have to hold at a bit of an awkward angle.
I use one of these for wood processing (Ontario RTAK II), sometimes wish I had a kukri for chopping
>he thinks M1 Garands are better than Springfields
so over the past year or 2 there has been a small rabbit plague in our neighbourhoud. my neighbour has gotten himself an 4.5mm air rifle and i was thinking of doing the same, i got my eyes on the gamo big cat 4.5mm with the 4x32 scope because its realativly cheap and has gotten good reviews. does /k/ have any good air rifle tips for me keep in mind im in the netherlands so a proper hunting rifle is nearly impossible for me to get
Just my preference, but I'd just get an air rifle with nice iron sights like a high speed gamo whisper and forget the scope even exists. Also, I'd get one that's silenced no matter what.
If you want a quieter gun and more power, also look into heavier pellets as it will drag down your velocity significantly and make it quieter yet. But those usually aren't the hunting flavors of pellets in those weights. And those penetrate more too from what I've seen, which could be a problem.
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i recently found this old rusty diana 45 in the barn
with the base iron sights and some regular cone tipped hunting pellets would that do the job for the rabbits?
its quite an old rife and needs some patching up to do but it still works
>with the base iron sights and some regular cone tipped hunting pellets would that do the job for the rabbits?
Just set up some paper in a shed or something and see if the sights are on. Adjust them till they are, and shoot quite a few shots to clean any rust out of the barrel and smooth things out internally since it's rusted a bit.
It should kill a rabbit fine.
Crosman destroyers are a good pellet choice for something a little middle-ground speeds like that. They expand...
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>Putting a muzzle brake on a 5.56
"once more into the BREECH"
"once more into the BREACH"
How quickly would a late WW1 British battalion be destroyed by an early WW2 German battalion?
What would be the case if the nationalities were switched for the scenario?
Wouldn't the WW2 soldiers get bogged down with endless artillery? Their planes are pretty much on the same level
Apples to oranges.
Two completely different doctrines with completely different support options and those WW2 battalions would have WW1 vets in them. So fuck off and think before you post.
Intelligence will be a big factor here - yeah, guns from WWI will be able to penetrate early war tanks fine, but if they're not expecting them, they're fucked - what information does either side (especially the WWI side) have about the capabilities of their opponent.
And then there's terrain and supplies and shit.
Guy heat treats a sword in lava.
I think he left it in a little too long and ruined the sword, but otherwise the only way this could have been more badass is if he quenched it in dragons blood and forged the sword from a meteorite and used Hercules bones as a carbon source. Maybe using a human skull as a crucible...
What would be the most badass way to create a quality functional sword?
What happened to this thing? It looked so much cooler than the F-117.
I don't understand why a smaller RCS matters. A golf ball sized object flying at 20k feet at 800mph is too suspicious to be ignored as a golf ball. Same with a duck sized object. It won't be ignored regardless of size. A truly radar invisible plane should follow the flight path of the object it resembles. If it shows up as a duck on radar, it should fly like a duck.
Is war boring?
Is this a good side arm for hog hunting? Like if I shoot all my bullets in the gun and can't reload quick enough, I can pull this out? Should I put 45lc in it or 410?
you act like hogs are an easy target. They're fast as hell and with how they spook easily, you never get to close to them. You'll see a lot of ppl who are amazing at shooting, can mag dump at a hog and still miss. You clearly don't know what you're talking about, should fuck off faggot.
So what's the reason for the Italian army performing so poorly during WWII? I just read that Mussolini didn't really care about the high command and how it was handled and it also mentioned that the average Italian didn't like the constant wars that always dragged on longer than expected, but on the other hand I remember there were always a bunch of volunteers, even around '44 when Mussolini only held the north of Italy.
italy just has not been good at war since the fall of rome. they suffered from inept leadership, unmotivated troops that really did not want to be there and mediocre weaponry. Italy did have a strong side though they were very capable of switching sides when they were about to lose
The Italian people weren't motivated to fight that war the way the German people were. Also Italian commanders were idiots.
At the start of the war the Italians had a great Navy and a decent air force. The problem is that everyone else surpassed them as soon as the war broke out and they all increases production and out out new planes and shit
We've had this thread a dozen times, and nobody ever claims the nugget is a great rifle who isn't obviously shitposting.
It used to be popular because it was $50, and you're just too big of a newfag to realize it.
I hate that faggot Alex, but he makes a lot of good points about the mosin.
I own a Mosin and I love shooting it, but I recognize and admit that it pales in comparison to other surplus rifles from the era.