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There's no discharge in the war!

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f102f0  No.683767[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>Crew members can be seen jumping onto a moving narco-sub and busting open the hatch in the USCG video

AT this point. Is the coast guard deplorable operation group AKA DOG more competent than the US Navy Seals?

https://www.stripes.com/news/coast-guard/watch-coast-guardsman-leap-onto-moving-submarine-off-the-coast-of-south-america-1.589909

https://archive.is/sctAy

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eab760  No.684312

File: 568e9ca78996b92⋯.jpg (114.49 KB, 960x640, 3:2, 568e9ca78996b92bb743867e35….jpg)

>>684048

>The other option is to just get a rifle with decent penetration qualities and poke holes in the hull. While it's quite a bit less exciting, it's probably the more practical option.

That would be difficult since water stops bullets quickly if you're going for a true sub, not an aquatic lowrider.

>For civilians looking to hunt narcosubs, you're way better off just getting a cheap prop plane, installing some ferry tanks then doing air searches while your buddy rides along with a .50 cal rifle or something.

I doubt depth charges are that hard to make, in the event the sub submerges ~5 feet when they see/hear your plane shooting at them.

Also, this may be of /k/'s interest. There's a BAE Jet Provost for sale in CO under $80k.

>>684255

What if the Cartel College of Subnautics students make horrible boats/subs their freshmen year so the cartel sends those to get captured?

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0e0d59  No.684313

File: 5f9d6654f68e93b⋯.jpg (137.55 KB, 665x694, 665:694, 1438515715856.jpg)

>>683938

I like Russia, too but holy crackers you are the biggest slavaboo faggot I have ever seen.

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d15bea  No.684324

>>683777

BO is in jail for popping off in that mosque tho greekbro

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fa9a0e  No.684345

File: 8957e3d199673b1⋯.jpg (1.57 MB, 1500x904, 375:226, Narco_submarine_seized_in_….jpg)

>>684255

We've caught at least two real subs, but ironically those shitty converted speedboats are actually harder to detect. Radar can't see them because the superstructure is mostly fiberglass, active sonar can't see them because they're too small and shallow, and lately they've been modifying the engines to hide them from IR and passive sonar.

>>684048

You could probably build a small Hedgehog or Mousetrap type weapon, which would massively increase your lethality. The warheads don't even need to be very sophisticated, a pound of nitrocellulose will penetrate fiberglass and aluminum just fine. This sort of setup would require a vessel probably 50 feet in length, with a bow that can survive repeated mortar/rocket launches and enough deck space on the stern to operate a spotting drone (a quadcopter would work, but I'd prefer a flying boat design for maximum endurance). Give her a big inboard to enable 15-20kn sprints (narcosubs generally aren't much faster than that) and a little 25hp trolling motor for efficient low-speed patrolling.

Basic strategy would be to troll along a known narco route while the drone circles overhead, then sprint up to the target using the main engines, fire a salvo and GTFO. If the Coast Guard shows up, it should be easy enough to dispose of the launcher (which is basically just a bunch of PVC pipes) and pose as fishermen.

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6480b7  No.684352

>>684312

>That would be difficult since water stops bullets quickly if you're going for a true sub, not an aquatic lowrider.

True, for this case I was going off of the type you see in the video, envisioning aiming for the waterline and letting gradual flooding take care of the rest.

>I doubt depth charges are that hard to make, in the event the sub submerges ~5 feet when they see/hear your plane shooting at them.

Depth charges have a few issues in the scenario I was thinking of, which was where a handful of /k/ommados wanted to kill a weekend or two hunting subs. The first was legality, while I'm rather sure you could get away with loading a .50 on a "sightseeing flight", carrying a depth charge of any size is a lot more difficult. That also leads to the issue that depth charges have a rather small kill radius. In WWII it was estimated that a depth charge with a 220lb explosive charge needed to detonate within 10 feet of a sub in order to destroy it. Now, obviously a narcosub is not going to have the durability of a military, but how large are we making these depth charges? If they're anything bigger than, say, a propane tank you're probably gonna have to have a dedicated release system mounted externally, which is going to be probably illegal and costly.

>>684345

I'm personally of the opinion that an aircraft will work better, but you could probably come up with a release system of some kind that would drop a "line" of those. The issue I see with the use of a boat-borne drone is that it severely limits the search ability, because you're anchored, ironically, to the boat. With an aircraft based search, you can cover a much greater amount of space.

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bc834d  No.665217[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

A Japanese F35-A has been lost over the pacific ocean.

Right now it is unknown where the plane even is. A crash is the most likely outcome at this point, as no airbase has reported an F35 emergency landing anywhere.

This is the second time an F35 was lost. Last year an F35-B of the USA crashed in Beaufort SC due to a failure in the fuel flow system.

Source: https://theaviationist.com/2019/04/09/japanese-f-35-lightning-ii-stealth-aircraft-reported-missing-over-the-pacific-ocean/

Archive:

http://archive.is/SVmnA

RIP Nip-bro.

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58e0ae  No.683908

>>683889

Florida has a very bad infestation of Yankees, especially in the southern parts. They should not under any circumstances be treated as representative of actual Americans, as there's some debate over whether they're even human in the first place.

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aa4cc6  No.683924

File: 22647e87314adf7⋯.gif (1.2 MB, 400x225, 16:9, 226.gif)

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91b701  No.683929

File: 2d63180dc7a86fe⋯.jpg (113.19 KB, 788x960, 197:240, qzh6zrpp3x601.jpg)

>>683924

Iт's ok to бe gay, coмraдe.

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c80ac9  No.684211

File: 1433513ad644d25⋯.jpeg (Spoiler Image, 135.52 KB, 1024x691, 1024:691, 7E439B6E-39E6-4BCF-BBD4-6….jpeg)

>>683929

This is what happens when subhumans try to immitate Aryan arts.

>>683924

>>683867

>said the mutts doing buttsex with commies and paying for their survival like some betabux bottom bitch

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58e0ae  No.684309

>>684211

Are you talking about lend-lease? Roosevelt was a Yankee, so it's no surprise that crippled bastard was a communist.

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f2a11c  No.676999[Reply]

Is the PAK army any good? When I was in the AF I did some training with the PAF and they seemed pretty squared away

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d4a018  No.683739

>>678197

Do you think Chinese have their own copy of that pasta in Engrish about IQ disparity between blacks and other races, nobel prize winners, holocaust numbers and others directed at 白左?

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786235  No.684263

>>683739

not really

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c48738  No.684279

>>683739

Chances are they would somehow still get flagged for some obscure term and get shipped off to the gulag.

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155fea  No.684286

File: d09afaa269a6dd1⋯.mp4 (1.27 MB, 202x360, 101:180, how the chinese deal with ….mp4)

>>683739

> 白左

The Chinese are redpilled on the 黑鬼

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31dd1c  No.684297

>>676999

The usual ME shitters, only with better gear than Yemen of Afghanistan. Of course, ME shitters are better than street shitters at warfare

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File: 789f6334a795756⋯.png (387.1 KB, 640x360, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

5576e1  No.683680[Reply]

China has deployed personnel and armored medical vehicles to Germany for joint exercises, a first for the Chinese military.

>The Chinese military has deployed military personnel and armored medical vehicles to Germany for joint drills, a first for the Chinese People's Liberation Army as it attempts to forge closer ties with Europe.

>The joint exercise — Combined Aid 2019 — is focused on preparing troops with the medical service units of the Chinese and German armed forces to respond to humanitarian crises, such as mass casualty incidents and serious disease outbreaks, China's Xinhua News Agency reported. The exercise follows a cooperative military medical training exercise in 2016 in Chongqing, where the PLA and the German Bundeswehr practiced responding to an imaginary earthquake scenario.

>"We've seen China increasing its participation in these kinds of activities. It provides a low risk means to demonstrate its commitment to global governance, which may help reduce anxiety about its growing military capabilities," China watcher Matthew Funaiole, an expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, told INSIDER. "Training exercises also help improve its coordination and logistics, which is helpful for the modernization process," he added.

>The PLA's paramedical forces have been stepping up their participation in this type of cooperative training. These troops have even been deployed to humanitarian crisis zones, such as the Ebola outbreak in certain parts of Africa.

>Yue Gang, a retired PLA colonel, told the South China Morning Post that there may be more to the Chinese military's activities than preparing for crises. "The PLA in the future will need to go abroad to protect China's overseas interests in countries along the Belt and Road Initiative," he explained. "If there could be some basic mutual trust and understanding with NATO forces, the risk of potential conflict could be greatly mitigated."

https://archive.is/kHIOA

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957e47  No.683916

File: 4bf8ea244903237⋯.webm (4.88 MB, 470x360, 47:36, Ice cream.webm)

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9fa61c  No.683931

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1e6562  No.683940

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4adc02  No.684084

>>683724

>arabs vs. chinese

preferring chinese

definitely

without a doubt

ever have and ever will be

established opinion on personal experience

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5ab385  No.684106

>>683724

Sandniggers are worse. Chinese are a cultural mess, the non-commies of the same genetics aren't a problem, while sandniggers are awful both culturally and genetically.

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File: a8b8d7045fed8d8⋯.jpg (165.42 KB, 1269x820, 1269:820, FirearmsBlueprint.jpg)

fb9321  No.678854[Reply]

Mostly crosspost from >>13377008 since thread is dying down - same OP

Tl;dr(since this is /k/ and strelo/k/s are already smart to the 'how to make a firearms company' shit), I want to put forward the suggestion of anons, from /k/ and /pol/, working together IRL to create a legal firearms manufacturing company. We already have plenty of machinists, engineers, and garage tinkerers around, we have hordes of CADs, blueprints, and instructions relating to the manufacture of a wide variety of firearms at our disposal. I at least know how to manage the business side of things and would be 100% shocked if there weren't any other anons here who knew the same, and there's also inevitably money to be found on here as well. Following US law, we can all benefit the community through our success, make money, and perhaps revolutionize firearms while we're at it one way or another.

Email is muhthrowawayaccount@protonmail.com - will gladly answer any questions regarding this.

As said before:

>inb4 “glownigger”

Nothing I'm suggesting is illegal or otherwise against US law, so glow accusations are 100% paranoid autists or (((schlomo))) interference.

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03803e  No.681604

Bump

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03803e  No.683791

Bump - surprised at the lack of interest here.

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28691f  No.683794

>>683791

what can i say? i dont know much about business, creating guns, and my savings of a lifetime are like, 2500$, and that is considered a lot of cash-money here

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01f364  No.684073

As far as business goes, you want to sell almost exclusively to government/military and govt/military contractors they will give you the most profitable opportunities.

You can still sell cheap guns to the masses later if you want, but I'd start with the military route, they'll help you source parts, technical data, manufacturers, etc.

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67add6  No.684074

File: 2e5a25e18c6772f⋯.jpg (650.31 KB, 884x1089, 884:1089, Nagybaczoni_Nagy_Vilmos_c_….jpg)

>>684073

Yes, because a new business will certainly have the funds required to bribe government officials with prostitutes and cocaine.

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File: 57c7d9c5b8af686⋯.jpg (90.03 KB, 1050x699, 350:233, Fire-1050x699.jpg)

d1cd3a  No.670063[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

let's have a discussion about modern land army doctorines

(pic unrelated)

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9f6844  No.680772

>>671127

>What is it now? UAV? OK we just put in jammers, forget about UAV.

No, it's time for artillery to shine again. If the enemy seriously sets up an old school trench system, then use bigger cannons that can fire bigger shells further away. And those shells should be either thermobaric or seismic. Mind you, when I say big I do mean big, like 16" or bigger.

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9868f8  No.680811

>>680765

>CAS units dream

God I fucking love CAS.

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15aca3  No.680829

>>680772

As a friend put it to me, having thermobaric dropped on you in a trench isn't that bad, its ballistic missiles that scare the shit out of him given you don't really hear them until they vaporize the factory 400 yards behind you. Imagine turning an entire trench line into crater city, almost like filling a rabbit warren with oxy-acetylene and letting it go bang.

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c18a50  No.684071

File: 9f8a8f37c2f4855⋯.webm (15.65 MB, 384x216, 16:9, 4th_gen_war.webm)

>>670069

So 4th Gen War?

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c18a50  No.684072

File: ccb2cbc5f2da7a3⋯.webm (14.57 MB, 640x360, 16:9, TheStateandModernWar-Summ….webm)

>>684071

Longer version

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File: a2ee9ba7a66dafd⋯.png (76.71 KB, 256x256, 1:1, SCS_Freedom[1].png)

252e6e  No.683733[Reply]

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fac841  No.683830

>decades of natural development without the presence of human beings, which has led to the introduction of large populations of species from “moose, deer, beaver, and owls to more exotic species like brown bear, lynx, and wolves,” according to National Geographic.

>“Chernobyl is a unique place on the planet where nature [has been] reborn after a huge man-made disaster,”

<we have to build shart marts and tourist amenities around every corner to rake in the HBO tourism shekels

Fucking jew scum. At least across Belorussian border all the animals will get to keep their sanctuaries.

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725e54  No.683832

>>683830

They need the Stalker experience.

Irradiate the touristy spots and shoot at them while playing bandit radio on full blast.

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bb5139  No.683842

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Post Freedom

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6f8dea  No.684005

File: 5a0b2e8939e11de⋯.png (30.81 KB, 852x682, 426:341, 6fb1c87f4dcc1704c97a7f8669….png)

>They're opening up the zone for normalfags and lifting the camera ban

So they're demystifying the place and making it into a fucking amusement park. As if wiping Rassokha graveyard clean wasn't enough for them.

Fuck's sake, just leave it be as the relic it's supposed to be. Fuck HBO and their shitty drama series.

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965b8b  No.684009

>>684005

oy vey, think about the economy.

t. (((Zelensky)))

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63b705  No.683062[Reply]

Since nukes seem to be a hot topic as of late, I came up with an idea for a vortex centrifuge that can be made at home. Here’s how it works. Tell me what you think of this.

There’s a thick marble container with a syringe at the top that is filled with just the right amount of hydrogen gas to inject inside the tapering tube containing the UF6 gas, that is connected to the back of it using a screwable gas jet nozzle.

At the front is a hypodermic syringe needle connected to a spinney mechanism that’s connected to a glass jug of water to collect the U235. When it spins, the spinney, which is separated from the glass to prevent breakage, spins around on the outside while the syringe collects the gas from the tapering tube in through a short piece off a rubber hose.

The machine used to spin it is like a conveyor belt spinning device. It uses either a conveyor belt or two iron hands which grab around the tube and spins it at the speed of light to separate the heavier gas from the lighter one, so that the heavier U238 goes to the back of the tube while the lighter U235 goes through the hole into the jug of water for collection.

While it might not be 100% pure, just remember that the purity levels of U235 for the Little Boy bomb was 80-something percent. I believe the purest levels of Uranium used in any bomb was 88%. So it doesn’t have to be 100% pure U235 even if there are some impurities.

Since digging for natural Uranium ore would require a lot of resources and would be almost impossible to do without anyone noticing, you could either buy some pitchblende online from sources that sell ores for collectors or scour mining sites, rivers and lakes for some with your Geiger Counter.

Whether or not this works is a bit irrelevant, since this is only a hypothetical. Any thoughts?

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c0ebe3  No.683509

>>683062

Install IC3 mod to build nuclear reactors in minecraft

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f9d2e3  No.683545

transmuting uranium into plutonium is far cheaper and easier than trying to enrich uranium

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ef23d0  No.683803

File: 8b959392c49d35f⋯.png (138.54 KB, 366x555, 122:185, 6644589A-3124-49DE-94E2-6A….png)

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>>683296

The “Baro ports” discussed in the first pic are talking about the barometric pressure sensors. Think about the ones you would find in a car. What it does is it measures the altitude. Once it reaches the desired height, it’ll go off.

In the next pics related (see above), it shows you the barometric detonator used for the Little Boy bomb. How these switches worked is they were activated by the right pressures in the atmosphere, and the casing provided measured that out to detonate the switch, which consists of a bellow that is filled with an air vacuum with a duct connecting the chamber to the switch. The chamber is what activates the switch.

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32b3c3  No.683915

File: 1ce430e411d5813⋯.png (666.6 KB, 900x720, 5:4, Fellow anons.png)

>>683236

WHY HELLO THERE.

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ed3649  No.683969

>>683125

>>683232

m-maybe it's just a talent search for the upcoming generation of physicists?

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873350  No.675571[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Mass stabbing in Kawasaki leaves 14 injured and at least two feared dead

>At least two people, including a child, were feared dead after a mass stabbing in Kawasaki on Tuesday morning left an additional 14 people — including 13 elementary schoolgirls — injured, with five of them seriously hurt, the local fire department said.

[…]

http://archive.is/3cmCv

>"Look at Japan where they banned guns! No dead kids!"

t.Stacy Soccermom (IL)

Let this serve as a reminder that banning guns won't stop madmen from wielding knives and killing primary school aged girls. The Japanese government should feel ashamed for not allowing citizens the basic god given right of defending oneself and his family. This could have been prevented had there been at least one guy with a handgun, willing to take a shot to save the children.

Also post incidents where the presence of a law abiding citizen could have saved lives.

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1fe58f  No.676180

>>676172

https://heavy.com/news/2019/05/dewayne-craddock/

Just in, angery worker took his supressed 45 back to work

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9a05d5  No.676198

>>676180

Another day another non Europeans bringing the fight to (((entrenched capital))).

Meanwhile our lone operatives shoot up unarmed shitskins that may or may not be of value.

Sad.

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d6f551  No.683895

>>675622

Dollars to donuts you were in Okinawa : those a TANS you fucking retard >_>

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3f3b72  No.683897

>>683895

>>_>

>getting tanned

Faggot

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a3b185  No.683983

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>>676198

>shitskins

>may be of value

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8e6923  No.676927[Reply]

The Governor of Virginia is calling a special session of the state's legislature over gun restrictions following the shooting at Virginia Beach.

>Likely plans include magazine capacity restrictions and suppressor bans

>The legislature has a small pro-gun majority, so the new policies may not make it through

HOWEVER

>The state legislature recently shot down a capacity bill with no grandfather clause

>While it didn't pass, Republikikes have said they're now willing to show up to a negotiating table with Democrats

Between this, the anti-gun ATF pick, and Trump's suppressor comments, some real gay shit is coming down the pipeline

>captcha "PRC"

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b82401  No.683459

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>>683456

>Missouri looks more and more appealing by the day

Come on down and check it out we have constitutional carry and you don't need a permit to concealed carry also your guests are now protected from liability under castle doctrine. Here's a list of all of our public ranges: https://nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/find/places/mdc-ranges

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a1f8fd  No.683476

>>683437

What did he do?

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8e6923  No.683478

>>683476

He moved to set the next session to after the next election (November) and then to end the session before any bills were even introduced. Both movements passed, so the gun control has been severely delayed.

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8e4e62  No.683479

Hopefully they hang on to the legislature

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3593ce  No.683894

>>683459

Looks better overall than VA even with Northam getting slapped down.

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7460f6  No.670987[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

jamming

Why did their guns jam? What did they do wrong? What could they have done to avoid what happened? Tarrant appears to have recovered and cleared his weapon, but Earnest did not. Please compare the two. Even if Tarrant was more competent than Earnest, was he still relatively unskilled despite the supposed 2 years of prep?

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f48bb4  No.683595

>>683590

Budget guide doesn't have any remshit on it.

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6f9cb7  No.683596

>>683595

m&p sport. my mistake

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a98d37  No.683762

File: eb45c23027f6656⋯.png (43.79 KB, 422x348, 211:174, suicide.png)

>>682891

>>682924

Just use windex.

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373d2a  No.683890

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>>682924

>I don't know what kind of retard thought it was a lubricant

Probably from the instructions, retard. That being said, it's not the best oil for lubbing up firearms as it does burn off at high temps.

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e324b4  No.683893

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1052df  No.683158[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What could possibly go wrong?

An all women Indian contingent from Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) mandated to the United Nations’ peacekeeping operations will soon be assuming their duties in the war hit Democratic Republic of Congo or MONUSCO. It will be deployed as a rapidly deployable battalion of the Indian Army.

On India sending peacekeepers to Africa, according to Africa expert Prof Ajay Dubey, Jawahar Lal Nehru University, “India is an emerging global power and it has been discharging its global responsibilities in peace keeping and conflict management as one of the largest contributors to peace keeping operations around the world including in Africa.”

Its initial involvement was in Congo. African countries see Indian peacekeeper presence as one of the most acceptable and non-partisan force,” Dubey opines.

According to Syed Akbaruddin, India’s Permanent Representative to UN Ambassador, at the UN in New York, “India’s Female Engagement Team deployed in UN Peacekeeping is on way to assume duties in Democratic Republic of Congo.”

While this is the first 22-member women UN contingent of the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) since its inception 55 years ago, this will be the second CAPF women contingent from India to the UN. The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has been sending its women combatants for similar duties under the UN Flag in Liberia for many years now.

As part of its gender parity and sensitization initiative, the UN has been seeking deployment of a female engagement team (FET) in its missions. The Indian contingent which is soon going to be deployed will be involved in carrying out patrolling and will be engaging with the women and locals in that country under the UN charter. Also, they will be undertaking civic programmes and assisting in conducting investigations and riot control. They have been trained in unarmed combat, weapons handling, tactics, and international laws.

https://www.financialexpress.com/defence/women-power-india-sends-another-all-women-contingent-for-un-peacekeeping-operations/1614695/

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17985e  No.683817

>>683813

I am Australian Anglo-Celtican on vpn.

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17985e  No.683819

You make me want to conquer your country and arrange the pure white arranged mass marriages to increase the white population.

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e3123c  No.683820

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7dfe07  No.683823

>>683813

its only natural that people want what they dont have

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17985e  No.683825

>>683823

I am from Australia and I am anglo-Australian.

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d0ec0e  No.681272[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I'm surprised to see this hasn't been brought up here yet but the US Army revealed plans to develop a new approach to bolt and chamber design that would allow cartridges to be loaded to insane pressures (up to 100ksi compared to today's 62ksi for 5.56).

>Among their goals is hypervelocity for extended range lethality from standard sized weapons, and full-sized rifle velocities with firearms that are half the weight, half the length, and hold more ammunition than the Army’s M4 carbine.

>“The goal is to get rifle-like velocities out of a very small weapon that is high capacity, that’s either adaptable for room-clearing or confined spaces,”

>The muzzle velocity was over 2,900 feet per second, outperforming similar short barreled weapons like the FN P90, which rates at 2,350 feet per second at the muzzle.

>(T)he U.S. Army’s new 24-inch prototype barrel produced muzzle velocities of 4,600 to 5,750 feet per second.

This is all centered around a new bolt lockup design that uses a screw (hasn't this been common on artillery pieces for over a century? Why is this just now being tried in small arms?) and a collet surrounding the brass case to keep it from expanding against the chamber wall so tightly that extraction becomes impossible. They're also playing around with tapered barrels which has me curious about what they've done to prevent barrel wear with these absurd velocities and the obvious increase in stress and friction associated with tapered bore designs. The drawbacks in terma of durability are obvious as many of these ideas have been tried in the past only to be abandoned as the best materials available still were not enough to overcome the increased wear associated with hypervelocity speeds and pressures. Maybe they've made some sort of materials science breakthrough in terms of barrel material? A ceramic coating perhaps? It's still a very neat development that could result in a huge leap in firearm performance if it pays off.

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60cba5  No.683517

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>>683454

I take pure HE means the good old fashioned cast steel body filled with HE. Something I'm not sure about: is the killing mostly done by the explosion, and the fragments are just a nice secondary effect?

>HE-frag delayed maneuvering rounds

Nowadays they claim that a modern 81mm mortar shell is just as effective as a 120mm shell from ww2. Is it because they only test the effectiveness of the fragments, and not the "overall destructive potential" of the HE charge?

>They picked tungsten over steel for canisters round in a day most cars were still made out of steel and most APC were fairly light skinned (but enough to stop steel)

In other words, nowadays it doesn't really give you anything, because they can't penetrate modern APCs, and steel balls would still kill the infantry just fine, right?

>>683484

That seems to be what I was looking for. Mind you, I don't know if it actually plays a significant role.

>>683515

>The solution isnt progressive rifling, which is expensive as fuck to machine

That's why hammer forging and electrochemical machining were discussed ITT.

>CLGGs

Maybe the problem is with me, but I can't imagine how CLGG small arms would work with our current technology. I mean, I can imagine something like an airgun that uses propane, but how would you make a self-loading weapon with this technology that is purely mechanical? Would recoil operation work?

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b3debf  No.683530

>>683517

>Is it because they only test the effectiveness of the fragments

It's a tactic problem, artillery shell complex pattern of fragmentation is one thing because an artillery shell is an indirect fire weapon, that is meant for zone targeting. An artillery battery fire effectiveness is measured by density of projectile per m².

So firing at a bunch of man sized target in a field to measure their effectiveness, while perfectly valid for an arty gun, is beyond retarded for a tank. If a tank ends up in such situation it has two MGs to deal with it. Hell mortars were a thing too at some point.

Because a tank HE shell is used for one thing only… destroying entrenched position (in these day a building) and for that what you need is always the biggest bang, because the very definition of entrenched means a position in which personnel that has taken cover from the fragments flying around, especially since no one field assault mortars guns within engineers anymore. Tank HE shells should have longed been switched for Thermobaric compounds instead of trying to enhance fragmentation or "time-delayed" penetration.

Problem is HE shells, even thermobaric ones, are cheap. Multi-fuzed sensored time-delayed tungsten balled pre-fragmented sleeve? The margin of profits on that are so much higher…

If a even WWII style concrete bunker gets hit by a modern thermobaric 120mm HE round I strongly doubt anyone in it will survive due to the over-pressure. Without all the fancy gizmo to make the shell penetrate, then explode, then fragment (which wouldn't work with concrete everywhere meant to defeat fragments).

>>683517

There is still recoil, the pressure is such impulsion of the gas meeting the air and the projectile leaving does create (even if it's less), but the bullets are the only thing moving so it should not be impossible. The problem is moving/opening the chamber while it need to lock much more perfectly to cause the build up,Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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283746  No.683561

>>683517

I've got a design for a propane gun that's all mechanical and uses the camp stove tanks. I don't think you will get any higher velocities with propane.

The important thing about light gas guns is having a light gas. the speed of sound is faster in a lighter gas, or a gas with a higher temperature.

This chart shows the speed of sound in various gasses. Gunpowder should generate mostly Co2.

https://pages.mtu.edu/~suits/SpeedofSoundOther.html

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96c4e9  No.683615

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>>683454

Canister was used heavily in the battle of Fallujah to good effect. Nicholas "if they bow three times a day, blow them away" Morran also vouched highly of their ability and had more canister shot on board Barely Legal than any other type of main gun munition. Of course that could be just an anecdote as he seems to just really REALLY like canister shot going as far as saying the US 37mm gun was not as impotent as most historians write it off as because of its canister shot. Along with looking straight into the camera and moving his eyebrows up and down when mentioning the M41 Walker Bulldog's canister capability and explicitly stating how the M551 Sheridan's beehive round literally stapled gooks to trees in nam…

The tungsten shot will most definitely go through any common APC or IFV as most of them are hardly .50 cal proof at closer distances to begin with.

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b7af3e  No.683751

>>681301

>Wouldn't that make the ammo extraordinarily expensive?

>simultaneously BRRRRRRRRTTTS millions of dollars worth of the very same tungsten at anything in or around friendly airspace

Would make one hell of an anti material rifle though if they made it in .50

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ba952e  No.655441[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Why are gunstore owners such pricks? I have yet to walk into a gunstore where the owners aren't humongous assholes for no fucking reason. They ignore customers, they get indignant when you ask questions, they get pissy if you want to compare, even asking for basic fucking directions elicits groans. All the shops near my house are like this, I thought it was just a WA thing, but I got o OR and it's the same fucking thing.This wouldn't be a problem if they didn't charge outrageous fucking prices on their shit.

How do these places even stay business?

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7c1703  No.683546

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>>683527

>>683526

>samefagging this hard

Put a bullet to your brain

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e14491  No.683547

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I think the issue with the Boomers has been the fact they had the optimism that came with the brighter future offered by the post war years in the United States especially, combined with the fact they had respect for institutions, authority, parents, so they actually absorbed the horseshit propaganda (even if it was far less radical then) better than the later generations. They were also the first purely selfish generation in that they were raised and taught to be about selfish minor things in life rather than family and putting children, race, tribe, people, family before one's own petty material wants and nigger tier social status symbols. Later generations are worse in some ways, but they were never as mind washed as the Boomers because of the breakdown of authority and society, they also didn't grow up with strong families and as much traditional value as the Boomers did, nor did they grow up in the same solid happy way the Boomers did.

The Boomer had the best of both worlds, married parents, family and church, traditional values, morality, all with the new wealth and technology. He also marched into a post war economy where the US was still top dog and opportunity and pay were everywhere. The Boomer was literally spoiled completely rotten. He also lived so many decades of relative ease and comfort, lived the good life, got the best of everything, to the point he got so high he can't come down; even as his country burns around him, he turns away from the children and grandchildren he's failed, turns away from the street shitting hobos and their drug needles clogging the streets, turns away from the dying society and increasingly ruined country, and isolates himself in a comfortable little world of other well to do Boomer white folks, pensions, easy carefree life, focusing purely on the positives and completely blocking out the world burning around him.

Charles Osgood's "Good Enough" society. Tell a Boomer anything negative and they will ignore it, go deep into denial instantly. Tell him problems with his children and grandchildren, he runs to "normalize" the problem, reasons the kids "are alright" and the disease, degeneracy, mental illness, unhappiness is actually some sort of twisted positive so they don't have to accept the fact there is a problem at all. Tell him gun control is coming, that Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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1e2dda  No.683619

>>655500

first gun I ever bought the guy asked me what the purpose was and I said I dont know, self defense and the second amendment? He said surely you mean target shooting arnt you going to be doing a lot of target shooting? Yes sir absolutely it's for target shooting. This was like ten years ago and I've never seen that since. Did that used to be a 4473 question or something?

There's a chain moving into my area called Shoot Point Blank which is super corporate and has a strange feel to it, but an upside of that is that they are extremely helpful, friendly, and professional. Its like they did market research and asked people what they want in a gun store and made training videos. The clerks have little catchphrases and shit that they always say. Not bad. I never use the range because it always has 100 people lined up.

There's an independent one nearby also which is pretty excellent. Great modern range with very good ventilation. The two shitty boomer ones left a hole in the market and these two businesses are capitalizing.

I do miss my living room office FFl though, that's the best. Also outdoor private club ranges are the best.

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8a40f7  No.683635

>>683619

> Shoot Point Blank

I've had one of these near me for a while. Only went once, but I recall the same sort of deal with the staff, so it probably is in their training regime. Their prices are beat out by local guys though, only went once cus they were charging $15 for a 10 box of federal 00-buck

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585e39  No.683723

Probably because they deal with dumbshits all fucking day

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b88a65  No.682435[Reply]

Post your best, even NATO multishit welcome, but slavic equipment preferred

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be62b6  No.683327

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>>683318

There is also cowboy action shooting. Remember, spaghetti western was a thing because Hollyjew forgot how to make good westerns, and it was up to the Old World to bring back the old ways. And it's also easier to get into the sport if you stick with black powder in certain countries.

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ce7ca7  No.683330

>>683285

AR15 is made worldwide tbh lad.

I just don't see the point, I prefer AK.

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0ac209  No.683482

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GROM 2003

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2d15e0  No.683578

>slavshit

>literally 20 years behind NATO

>russians only now investing in modular rifles

>by just ripping pic rails and American optics

Gotta love some people's delusions of adequacy.

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e0a801  No.683581

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>>683578

>Skopje pretends to not be Slav

You're slavs as far as literally the rest of the world is concerned; hey, at least you aren't Albanian turkbabies :^)

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