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Okay goys. Militias. /k/ meetups. The government is questionable and happenings are everywhere. What is the extremely hypothetical and satirical suggestion for what happens when shit hits the fan? Im talking organization 'hey lets weather the storm together' shit. Most of us arent homesteading on 100 acres. Most of us arent tumblrfag city dwellers. Whats the plan for working together to stay alive?
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>>41808293
You wont work together till after. Shtf creates the new organization through warfare. Its all about sexual status and war forces truth. Deceivers are weeded out and real strength is displayed.
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There really is none, most of us are more concerned about keeping ourselves and our families alive, the last thing we're worried about is a yee haw rebellion group trying to take back America, the majority of communications we rely on are going to be GONE in a SHTF situation our best plan of action is to have sleeper units, when the time arises we have a meetup point per region/city, and communicate via HAM radio, that's for the ones who make it past the first 90 days. Naturally clans will form and snowball, some focused on survival, others focused on rebuilding, many will look for profit and simply loot, while others are hell bent on taking back America. If anyone is interested i'll set up a Midwest discord and try to set up repeaters/ham operators who know what to do when everything goes dark. I'd need people who can teach others how to use povertyfangs to pick up transmissions about meetups, obstacles, and anything pertaining to group survival. You're honestly better off finding a close group of friends and prepping with them
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>>41808364
Well... i only have you guys. I have some food and some med supplies and ammo.
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>>41808293
I have a basic plan in which My home in the country becomes a new settlement as there's room for farming and housing

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What's a good 'Bigfoot' gun?
I'm thinking a lever action in a good load of 45-70.

Suggestions? Criticisms? Dirty jokes?
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>>41807850
lmao what? sneak global superapes? the fuck do you even mean? there are a lot of animals who can emit infrasound in the wild, and the study of bioacoustics is still in it's infancy. l hate fags that try to say it's some kind of conspiracy or supernatural being, it's those retards that make it so any evidence that is found is mishandled because of the stigma
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>>41807915
>the fuck do you even mean?
You're implying that either all instances of a "sasquatch" legend around the world are independently true, or that our good old American Bigfoot is real but all those other ones are made up.
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>>41807545
>whenever evidence is found it's grossly mishandled because of the stigma against it
All these people stumbling on real bigfoot evidence but then hiding it in a drawer because they don't wanna be laughed at. "What's the point of being a famous millionaire if there's a stigma?"
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>>41807991
Scientists don't fucking touch it because they don't want even the slightest risk of having their careers destroyed over being called a crazy believer in the paranormal or some shit

>>41807954
that has nothing to do with anything i've said
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>>41799205
>Suggestions? Criticisms? Dirty jokes?
Go to any other website

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>inb4 plebbitfag reee's about animu
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>>41806699
Not as far as I can tell. The PVs are around, but no camrips as of yet.
It's gonna be a while till we see even camrips to be honest.
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>>41790416
where to buy anon-kun
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>>41777457
No, anon. She seems like the cut your dick off in your sleep kind of crazy.
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>>41807334
ok
I was worried my kungfu had weakened
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>>41807445
She only does that if you're her enemy.

In CT, when told that she would have to fight human enemies, she briefly wondered what kind of "parts" she can salvage from them.

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Lmao look at this absolute shit that the frogs and krauts are trying to flog

They didn't even pay for a good fucking model
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>>41805207
So when they're pulling high angles of attack a EF-2000 Typhoon will actually gain thrust?
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>>41790962
At least we aren't paying for it
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>>41795487
lot longer than 5, it's just surfacing now.
>t. Former Boeing employee
some of the best lobbyists in the game though
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>>41807284
True. I know a few guys who worked at McDonnell when they merged, and all 3 of them left within the year. Said the working environment got really bad really fast.
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I fucking love this stuff
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zdo5EKlcfYc

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Plinking slugs?

I just got my first gun, a mossberg 500, the ranges around me are either clays, slugs only, or slugs, bird, and buckshot up to #4. The up to #4 doesn't bug me, as I plan on using #4 for HD anyway as I live in a condo in an urban-ish area. What slugs do you guys use for plinking? pic related is the cheapest 2 3/4 inch slugs I have seen online.
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The cheapest I can find
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>>41807973
LAX AMMO had these bad boys going for 90 bucks for 200 of them. I got a case from their store. After doing some research turns out these bastards tumble too much to be accurate from what I've seen on YouTube. But they also seem like they leave a devastating 100% energy transfer wound. I still prefer buckshot for home defense though, so I guess I'll plink half of these suckers away.
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>>41807973

Cut. Shells. Same price as the cheapest birdshot.
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just to piggy back, im looking at getting an o/u for some casual clay shooting. i am not a shotgun guy at all. would it be advisable to spend atleast $800 on a gun? i see a lot of the entry level turk guns for around $400 but it seems like people either love them or hate them. even though im shooting non competitively, i dont want some junky POS that will give me headaches.
pic unrelated
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>>41808053
no
cut shells are fine for fucking around but horrible for practicing
they arent consistent and if they do fuck up your gun explodes.
its fine if you are careful but you dont shoot like 100 cutshells in a day

How does it feel to be on the wrong side of history, siding with fucking boomers?

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Idk which is better
1/2
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>>41808295
2/2
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The tardtactical
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Thought I'd answer some questions I didn't get to before the last thread locked. The cheap, shitty nylon pouch on the stock is indeed gay, but I like the idea of always having a loaded magazine with the gun, no matter what. That magazine is a last resort. The rifle is an M16A2 clone I built with parts from many many manufacturers. These pictures are a bit outdated as it now has the smaller Trijicon reflex with the amber triangle reticle on a gooseneck mount.
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>>41807876
Kill yourself you faggot if I see you in the zone I’m gonna shoot you and take your kit
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>>41808102
I'll be over a mile in, so you'll probably never see me.
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>>41792835
>>41792839
Where you get the SADF rig?
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>>41807343
>"how am i doing?"
>gets told how he is doing
>whines like a bitch
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>>41805062
Top notch shitposting, son. Keep up the good work.

I’ve been wondering what /k/s opinions on dry fire training are.
Do you dry fire regularly? If so, how often compared to actual shooting?
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>>41805141
>Its about getting as many reps at home and making sure you apply them perfectly at the range.
The problem I currently run into is I can keep 2" groups at 10y by applying increasing pressure until the trigger just breaks, but how do you recreate this under a timer? As soon as it's time sensitive, or God forbid trying to catch that front sight on the way back down, it turns into trigger hammer time. I can often see the front sight dip just from trying to break the trigger wall quickly.

It feels like there is accurate and there is speedy, but there is zero inbetween.
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>>41805299
i have no idea what you're talking about. i shoot paper @25/50 yards, drawing from holster isn't a thing in the competitions i participate in
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>>41806097
That's a grip issue. You need to instinctively apply and hold enough pressure to keep your front sight from jumping out of control. That goes back to building muscle memory that's hard to build away from the range.
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>>41804528
Dry firing is great, you just need to be mentally prepared for NDs.
I've only had about 2-3 NDs in my apartment since I started dry firing, but I'm very careful with my weapons. Most people probably see around a dozen per year. There's just a lot of guess work that goes into knowing when each gun in our arsenal is or isn't loaded, and you're bound to make mistakes from time to time. That's why, if I can stress anything, it's that you need to check and make sure the walls are thick enough so that you don't hit anyone on the other side (if you're in an apartment like me. If you have your own house then you're probably good).
Stay safe, anon!
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And you'll somehow get (you)s too.

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Do you hear it to when you go to bed?
The EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeééééééééeééééé
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>t. Works in an indoor range and is exposed to the sound of gunfire every goddamn day
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>>41807551
God forbid I don't remember a 22 year old story to perfection you fucking faggot
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>>41805491
H O T
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You know in a dead silent room you will hear a slight ringing sound right? It's the sound of your nervous system, theres a big difference between that and tinnitus.
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>>41806474
Could be high blood pressure
You should go see your doctor, anon

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Recon, surveillance, spotting, payload delivery, etc.
I'm starting to see these things more and more in combat videos coming out of the middle east. And now the USMC is handing these things out to marines.
So /k/, what's your drone setup like?
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A more traditional looking winged UAV. Rebel groups can acquire these foam kits for cheap from China. I saw a video of one of these being shot down from the sky.
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Interesting
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>>41805823
Don't have a drone, but I'm working inna LEO they are fantastic. They can be used for all sorts of tasks. However, you got to be careful with using thermal because you need a warrant to use that type of hardware. Also, the FAA has regulations out the ass for commercial flyers.
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imagine all the drone footage that will be coming out tin the next few years. we're just at the beginning
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>>41805823
All. *clap* Missions. *clap* Must. *clap* Have. *clap* Drone. *clap* Cover. *clap*

This is so simple of a concept. Never ever allow soldiers to get MALI'D again.

Blows my mind we don't have hundreds of light-armed drones around every SF mission.

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Imagine getting blasted by feds and this is the picture they use for the news article
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>>41807128
>nobody seems to give a shit he was trying to shoot up a federal building
Actually doing it: Crazy.
Thinking 'If anyone deserves it, it's the feds': Perfectly normal.
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>>41806436
Why'd you do it, Tom? Why?
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>>41807655
kek
I was wondering why the guy’s face was so familiar.
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>>41807311
>>41807288
best thing to do is drop your pornhub account before you drop the livestream link.
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>>41807128
It's because there's not a single demographic that the fed's haven't fucked over. Even the rich get fucked by them all the time.

Going to a gun auction in a few days. The auctioneer has provided photos and a description of the firearms. Pic related
Any thoughts about how high to bid on some of these firearms?

Link https://www.auctionzip.com/Listings/3282721.html?kwd=&zip=47923&category=0
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>>41807948
Tough to tell, given how lackluster the pictures are.
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>>41807948
>91/30
SKS has alotta power. It could kill someone

My eyes are bleeding looking at the prices of some of the scopes out there. How the hell does it make sense to put a 2500$ scope on a 300$ rifle?
Like jesus christ scope manufacturers need to stop shaking hands and compete to lower prices.
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>>41798178
I've heard good things from Redfield online (a leupold subsidiary), but I've never looked at one in person so no idea if they're actually nice. But if you really want it $300 or under and nice get a good fixed power scope from a quality manufacturer and you'll get nice glass for a low cost.
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>>41803708
>vortex doesn't use the same glass everyone else

they sell you scopes with the quality of lenses in it that you're willing to pay for.

The ONLY companies that buy anything other than Japanese mass production lenses are US Optics, Swarovski, Schmidt & Bender, and a few other boutique European brands who refuse to sell optics for under $3000
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>>41803764
If you can't tell the difference between cabelas special tier leupold hunting scopes and something from Schmidt & Bender stop posting your opinions about optics, they are less than worthless.
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>>41803845
that's a joke. There is no cartridge that's ever been designed which shoots flat enough to have a 400/1200 zero.
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>>41807542
>does a $2500 scope offer more capability than a $300 scope?
I've found there's a knee curve of price vs features. You reach a point of diminishing returns at around 800-1200. A $1200 scope will have FFP, knobs that match the reticle, good glass, be tough and repeatable. Features like zero stop and made in germany glass may get you to $2500 or $3500, but my eyes cant tell the difference and I've never felt the scope was lacking without a zero stop.
We're not in the 1990s anymore. Decent scopes can be had for reasonable money.
In the future I suspect electro optics with thermals, integrated range finders, electronic compensation reticles will be where the real hotness is. Its starting already, but starts at $4k. At that point high-end glass scopes become trinkets and no one will buy them when an equal cost electro-thermal-optic will do a shit ton more.

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After how many tries should you give up on your dream?

>White
>Never been in trouble with the law
>Have a Bachelor of Mathematics
>Applied to join the Police force 5 times now, 12 months apart
>Always ace the entrance exam, yet keep failing at various different stages in recruitment
>One time I'll pass it, next I'll fail it
>One time I'll pass psych, next time I'll fail it
>Does not make any fucking sense
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>>41805903
Good luck getting into Chicago unless you already live here or right next to the city.

The process is convoluted on purpose to drop people who already have good jobs in other places that they can’t take time off of.
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>>41807512
Well lucky for me I can take time off for their bullshit POWER test and medical/poly. I'm a minority but not the right minority though i'm hoping their hard up enough for bodies it won't matter.
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>>41799973
youre a dumbass if you think being a acab is better than the careers a math degree offers you

look into becoming a stooge for the fbi
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Come on guys. Give up your dreams and lets try socialism. It almost worked in Cuba and Venezuela.
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>>41800242
this


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