Buy a safe they said.
The Tornado ADV is the equal of the F-15C and is as capable in every single respect. It is inconceivable that the RAF could have gone so long without an aircraft equal to either the F-15 of F-16.
The only plane it needed to fight was this. It doesn't need to be particularly capable. It certainly didn't need variable geometry wings.
The US has always been a generation ahead in terms of aircraft design since the late 1950s, at least a decade ahead.
The F-4 remained competitive with the MiG-23 and Tornado, the F-15 with the Gripen, the F-15 with the Flanker and Typhoon, the F-18 with the Rafale, etc.
Is the lead shortage still a thing? If it becomes a thing, what material do you think will replace lead as the defacto standard for ammunition?
Do you shoot anything for fun besides .22?
Honestly how do people afford it? One AK mag of shitty ammo is like 7 dollars. Other than practicing occasionally with defensive weapons it seems like it's only feasible to shoot .22lr.
I put hundreds of rounds out when I shoot, I can't do that with anything but .22lr, even then it's expensive.
I can't speak for anyone else, but I don't get to go to the range that often. So when I do go, I ball out. Fuck it.
lets say I go through 10 magazines
I have shot 300 rounds
A lot to some, little to others
That's all of $75
I don't do it every week and even if I did, I'd simply cut back on doing other things
Guy robs guy at gunpoint of his Air Jordan's through Craigslist. Victim then rams robber with his car. Robber loses arm. Literally, his arm gets severed off. Robbery victim gets charged with 2nd degree murder.
Is this fair?
Hahaha, but seriously imagine a whole swarm of these attacking you.
I recently shot a friend's Zastava M57AA, and the whole "Tokarev with an actual, working safety" thing was nice. I liked the way it felt. So now I want to CC one, or the 9mm version. Is this a bad idea? Or am I going to get shit on for LOL ONLY 9+1?
zastava got u senpai
but the m57 i finger fucked had one of the grittiest triggers I've ever felt on a modern production handgun. for a SA, a 15lb trigger that breaks like a inch wide pine board is a dealbreaker.
What guns don't get the recognition they deserve? The LH9 was completely overshadowed by the shitty fucking VP9.
yup I really want one But can't find any cheap I think i'm just gonna wait till next christmas
A few people shit on the LH9 becuase
>hur, you can get a DP51 for cheaper
Well, no shit a used gun is cheaper than a new gun. People also shit on the high MSRP, but the LH9 street price is usually equivalent to other comparable handguns. It's not very widely available though, so maybe a tad higher than other guns becuase of that. It seems like there are even fewer places that stock them now and most people just order from Lionheart directly during black firday.
Do you think if I e-mailed this to Kel-Tec they would make it?
It hooks up to the gas block with only minimally drilling and using the gas to power a small generator that recharges the tritium iron sights on your typical Ar-15. People are always complaining about how quickly their tritium sights die so this seems like a no brainer. It could also be used to electrify the bullets.
I kind of want one and I drew a thing in paint.
What info can /k/ provide on the CZ P01?
Is CZ euroshit? Worth purchasing for first ccw? Should I expect reliability issues or is pistol fine?
What caliber does /k/ think is the best for small game to deer/medium game hunting. I.e. Possum to mule deer. I would say .243
Can we get a collapsible baton thread?
The most primal of all weapon. A stick. Very caveman like.
I know nothing about them. Educate me. Who makes the good ones. Do you carry one?
I'm pretty sure in a lot of places you can get in a lot of shit for using one, especially since I think most say it as a nonlethal weapon when it actually has the capacity to do a lot of permanent damage as well as kill in untrained hands.
Hey /k/, I just finished shaving my legs and I was wondering what benefits shaving legs would have to operators and such.
Obviously shaving your legs is strategically advantageous for the following reasons:
1. your smooth skin means you can better pleasure your comrades on long deployments
2. if captured by the goatfucker enemy instead of immediately killing you they may attempt to rape you which leaves them briefly vulnerable
3. less drag. More potential for drag, though, if you know what I mean.
So was he DEA or CIA?
He's listed in pre-production as DEA, but wouldn't that invalidate the whole "we need an LEO to operate on domestic soil" subplot with Emily Blunt's FBI character?
Couldn't decide whether to take this to /tv/ or here, but I thought that /tv/ would just shitpost and /k/ might have an answer.
Reason why I'm curious is that I had a conversation with former SAC of DEA SOD Derek Maltz and he got me all hyped up on DEA operations.
Does pop culture still cause spikes in the sales of certain guns?
Hardmode: no COD/vidya.
Dirty Harry movies caused a huge run on .44 magnum revolvers. Will Deadpool send people to buy Deagle brand Deagles?
No, I dont think it will because its very unclear what weapon he is using in the "12 rounds" scene.
In Dirty Harry he VERY specifically names the .44 magnum. In something like Counter Strike the term "Deagle" came into EXISTENCE but it didn't take long for the pedantic nature of the internet/gaming community to track down its real life inspiration, the Desert Eagle. Specifically naming a weapon might increase its sales, but Deadpool never really attaches any importance to any...
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>Will Deadpool send people to buy Deagle brand Deagles?
Probably not, but only because Deadpool isn't some huge pop culture icon. Sure, he has a cult following but he's not somebody like Clint in Dirty Harry.
>Does pop culture still causes spikes in the sales of certain guns?
Yes. Case in point, after Jurassic World came out there was a spike in the sale of the gun used in the film, the Marlin Model 1895SBL. I talked to a couple FFL...
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