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>favorite gun
>what you had for breakfast today
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Romanian Tokarev

nothing since breakfast yesterday.
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>MG34
>Wawa sizzli
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>>40633055
Meant to say onions sauce, wtf
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>>40633162
Try typing onions sauce
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>>40633162
Word filter bro, can't say onions
>you get the gist

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get in here smithbros! show your smith and tell me what its worth! 3906 ~700 because rare and sought after
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>>40626425
>worth what I paid for it
Everybody get a load of this guy and laugh
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>>40627465
It isnt bad, the weird mag release makes making extendo mags difficult, and the mags are hard to source out for it. Nowhere online carrys them that ive seen so far, one lgs had a few of them new so I bought them up. Just bought a new barrel and it actually shoots decent for a cc, hit a can at about 15 yards on 3rd shot. The sights are shitty though, had to mark the front sight to even get a good sight picture
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>>40632984
>>40632989
Great guns at great price
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>>40633015
I can see why, it was a very limited run, no surprise there’s not a lot of after market
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686+ pre-lock, pre-mim.

There are a few thousand 7 shot 686s that don't have locks out there, but the vast majority have 6 inch barrels. As far as I know, there are only a few hundred 4 inch 686-4+s out there, possibly the rarest production model 686. Very happy to have found one for normal used 686 prices.

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And mounted on it two gau-8 avenger on it.

How effective would it be?
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about as effective as a WW2 plane in modern times
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>>40633172
Not at all, the recoil would cause it to stall out pretty quickly.

Fun fact: The A-10 is about the same size as the B-25
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>>40633172
mounting a Gau-8 to something...

I'm afraid you have this wrong. you mount the plane to the Gau-8.
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leave the b25 alone it always gets bullied with gun memes
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>>40633179
B25s mounted a 75mm howitzer, hs129 carried a pak 40. I dont think short bursts would stall it but it would be both a waste of a b25 and the cannon.

Ohhh op said 2. Probably weight prohibitive and definently not enough room to aerodynamically mount two.

Ww2 ended 80 years ago, cannon for attacking armored targets is retarded and 20-25mm works great for planes, trucks, and structures, gau 8 for the weight is retarded

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What wins wars? Numbers or superior military science and tech?
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>>40628495

Depends on how big the number is and how advanced the tech is compared to the enemy.
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>>40632468
Well consider those wars. They weren’t won or lost by conventional means. It was simply a case of morale loss because American troops had to shoot the same retard over and over again until they just didn’t want to shoot anymore. Not exactly comparable to say ww2 or korea
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>>40628495
numbers then tactics
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>>40629853
forgot meth
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>>40632496

This.

An army marches on its stomach. Think about that phrase as it relates to supply lines, then examine how many Burger Kings the United States can drop air drop into a warzone. It's a breathtaking war machine.

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Buying my first gun online, so what do I do.

Do I place the order and contact the FFL I want it transfered to? or will they just call me when it shows up, most places it says to contact your FFL first?
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Call your preferred ffl and give them a heads up. Sometimes you'll need them to send their info to the seller.
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>>40633157
Always call local FFL first. For all you know they closed down due to an aids epidemic.
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Talk to your FFL holder first
See if they can order the gun for less money
Add up all costs.
Cost of gun
Shipping
FFL fees.
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>>40633157
Hi I'm just giving you notification I ordered a firearm online and am having it sent to be transferred with you guys.

*insert copy of order*


thats it OP

I am thinking about getting a TP9, mostly because I think it’s interesting at how unique it is. However it got me wondering, what would objectively be the best PCC on the civilian market in the USA?
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>>40631829
Its true and you know it.
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>>40631520
>Never met a Scorpion owner who didn't love the thing, they run great, look cool + cheap mags

You sure know a lot of cucks
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>>40631520
Lol. You sure know a lot of cock suckers
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Uzi Pro
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>>40606381
What do you mean? That's what the entire picture is about. It's showing the additional ammo that can be had for the same amount of total mass.

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Dumping some deals from a post ban shotgun news.
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>>40632094
>fentanyl
I hate the Chinese insects too but honestly dead junkies don't really bother me.
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>all this cheap variety of neat guns are gone
>all we got in its place are cheap cookie cutter ar15's
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>>40627582
>40$ Luger
WISH WE COULD TURN BACK TIME
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>>40610950

THAT FUCKING SSG FUUUUUUUUUUH
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>>40632145
Generally in the same boat, but fentanyl kills people who are in no ways near what we picture as a "junkie" only because it takes so little to kill someone. Mixed in with other harmless shit like pot, or even just a few specks landing on an officer's skin during a drug bust. Busts have gotten so common and handling it is so dangerous my local PD in FL has started issuing every patrol cruiser a narcan autoinjector, and its not at all to be used on junkies.

A paralell would be who cares if the occasional glockfag blows himself up by loading TURBO +P+ handloads, compared to a foreign actor flooding the glock market with not only faulty glocks, but also selling tons of ammo that is loaded to 25mm Bushmaster pressure curves that NO firearm could ever handle without KB.

Seeing as they're more than content to shrug their shoulders and "shut down" the labs while the money and guys get away. Because its functionally state sanctioned. If those labs started selling their product in-country they and their parents and their parents parents would be gulag'd so fast itd make your head spin.

I am unironically 100% in favor of us having CIA teams suicide the fuck out of the bugmen running those labs in China

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Not sure if this belongs to /k/ or /sci/, but why are stealth-planes often so edged and ugly?
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>>40627410
On the next episode we will compare US and Chinese supercomputers by benchmarking two pocket calculators from those respective countries.
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>>40632099
>Be amerishit
>Talk shit
>Get told
>Squeal like an ameribitch that you are
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>>40632936
Have you finally gone to a doctor?
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>>40632814
>I-it doesn't count...
Squeal more.
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>>40632936
Armatard, you can tell bullshit all you want that which only makes sense in your head, but thats about it. You are convincing no one with it, you aint even convincing anyone that should be on your side. That is how terrible you are as a whole.
In the end everyone knows you are full of shit and just have taken things out of context like so many times before, then looked at it from an angle that wasnt ment since you talked about it some time ago and now need to force it again on everyone.

Soviets were horrible when it came to computer development despite on a few single things.
Just look at the history of computing:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_computing_hardware_(1960s%E2%80%93present)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_supercomputing
The absence of any soviet achievments in it is just plain overwhelming. I know what is coming now since you cant refute any of this: More insults and again viewing things from an angle that doesnt matter, so you can look right for a second, til it is tested by the slightest whiff and crumbles into the nothing it always had been.

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This is gonna sound retarded but how can I weaponize hamsters? Can they be trained?

Or just breed like 50 of em and do a water bucket style door trap but its really just 50 hungry hamsters that chomp down on the burglar/rapist/atf agent.

I have a large aquatic fishtank and I want to become an evil genius.
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>>40632597
Gonna watch it and take notes.
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Rats are better
>make supper aids in your basement
>infect rats
>laugh when everyone has super aids
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>>40632494
>weaponize hamsters?

Long ago, we foresaw this,...
and knew it was only a matter of time.
Our hamsters have been in training secretly, we are ready for action.
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>>40633109
The Rise of Himouto is at hand!
Hamsters assemble!
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>>40632494
>Hamster call to arms?

Once, long ago,...
There was an alliance between Gophers and Hamsters.
Today we are proud to fight alongside our Hamster brothers once more.

Post cursed weapons
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>>40632878
long boi
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>*small bag of fishing hooks rustles in the distance*
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>>40632878
Looks like Alucard's guns from Hellsing.
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>>40633126
that jew gun has a huge schnozzle
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>>40614534
>screen prevents blood from point blank encounters getting on Thomas' pure visage

lel

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Late 1980s to the turn of the millennium law enforcer looks were top aesthetically pleasing. I dare you to prove me wrong.

Been looking for inspirational footage of the ~1990s police and SWAT gear, but that's proven to be kinda challenging even with Google. It always brings back modern tacticool millennial cops with military surplus equipment.
Going through the old movies and TV series is kinda pain in the ass, but they tend to have the best footage.

Feel free to post more if ya got any photos.
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>>40628430
i forget what city this is, i think it's either houston or dallas
texas posters help me
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>>40630963
its literally what put the mp5 on the map
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>>40630511
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All units, code 211 in North Hollywood, Bank of America.

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Has /k/ ever pulled a gun on someone? if so what was it over? Try to keep it non military related, I'm curious on civilians that have went through such an ordeal.
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>>40630389
Kek
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>>40630381
None of that actually happened though....
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>>40630389
I was a cab driver for 6 months and only 2 of those incidents happened at that job. I was a crew leader for Garda for 4 years though.

>>40630440
What makes you think that?
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>>40630381
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>>40630381
>Something's in the water

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hey dudes why don't we start a legit militia and create /k/town (HQ and living compound)? we can recruit people and literally just shoot guns all day
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>>40629812
sauce? like got any screenshots of that? I remember the retarded metal gear meme a shit load but the most I remember was someone creating a forum to take land in somalia and thats it.
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>>40629812
>implying the government would even care about some autists living in a commune like hippies
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>>40628427
I hope somebody red flags you
Fucking traitor
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>>40628413
no, there are too many legitimate retards that go on here. also the shit >>40628427 says about honeypots would totally be true.

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What is the hands-down shittiest gun you've ever had? And it can be due to subjective reasons as well (ugly, didn't handle well, etc...)

No secondhand stories, just yours
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>>40632017
Get the smaller gun. There are plenty of .380 blowback pistols out there, including glocks. Study shows they are fairly equivalent to 9mm (or any other 'full sized' pistol round) at stopping an attacker.
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>>40627685
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>>40614414
Taurus TCP - wouldn't cycle anything except winchester white box flat tip
RIA 1911 GI - Safety would engage when shot, hit a foot high and right at 10 yards. Something went wrong and it would fire when the slide went into battery. Returned to factory for warranty, sold to a friend (told him about it) then he shot my stove for that very reason. I called RIA and threatened to file suit, and they said just keep it and they sent me a brand new TAC Ultra instead, which has so far worked well.
Adams Arms 5.45 piston AR - would not make it through one mag
PTR91 - Tried to sight in, rear sight was welded wrong and didn't have enough adjustment. Sent back, repaired and then when I was sighting it in, the stock cracked in half. Traded straight up for a WASR and never looked back.
Glock 22 - Trigger pins walked out after a few magazines. To boot, I sold it to a dindu from work. A year later, I get a notice from the DOJ "siezure and forfeiture of assets" because the FBI took it in chicago. I will never sell to a dindu again.
PSL - Shit at everything I bought it for. Regret selling anyway because of the price gouging.
Ruger MKIII - Stupid disassembly process, gay as aids magazine safety, crap trigger.
Hesse HK91 - receiver cracked
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>>40614629
I shot 50 rounds through mine and the fuckin ejector broke right before deer season had to hunt with my fuckin M1A.
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>>40631471
That's the opposite of my experience. The 64 was my first .22. I ended up gifting it to someone after I bought a marlin 60 and they love it too.

It's not the most finished piece of hardware but it always fired.

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weekend edition

previous thread >>40551511

Here is the weekly /thg/ thread, just in time for the weekend. When this one dies, wait until Friday of next week to make the next thread please.

> What's this thread about?
As usual this thread is for the discussion and pics of tracked and wheeled AFVs of all kinds from MBTs to supertanks to self propelled AA guns. Please keep it civil and cite sources for statistics.

The T-80 is similar in layout to the T-64. Overall, its shape is also very similar to the T-64.
The T-80U main battle tank (1985, "U" for uluchsheniye, meaning "improvement") was designed by SKB-2 in Leningrad (hull) and the Morozov Bureau (turret and armament). It is a further development of the T-80A and is powered by the 1,250 hp (919 kW) GTD-1250 gas turbine. It is a step ahead of the GTD-1000T and GTD-1000TF engines that were installed on the previous tanks of the T-80 line. This gas turbine can use jet fuels as well as diesel and low-octane gasoline and has good dynamic stability, service life, and reliability. The GTD-1250 has a built-in automatic system of dust deposits removal. It retains the T-80s high fuel consumption, which the Russian army found unacceptable during the Chechen conflicts. It is equipped with the 2A46 fire control system and a new turret. The T-80U is protected by a second generation of explosive reactive armour called Kontakt-5, which can severely dissipate the penetrative capabilities of an APFSDS round, such as the M829A1 "Silver Bullet". The Kontakt-5 is integrated into the design of the turret, hull. Like all of the previous T-80 models, the T-80U has full length rubber side skirts protecting the sides with those above the first three road wheels being armored and are provided with lifting handles. It can fire the 9M119 Refleks ATGM and various APFSDS rounds.

> Gun
smoothbore 125 mm 2A46-2
> Dimensions (l w h)

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>>40631560
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>>40631845
Two of them is riding in the UAZ (not pictured)
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>>40631907
Oh, thanks.
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>>40629553
c1>c2
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>>40618608
>IDK about that. How long is the rod itself?
How to fit 900 mm long projectile in T-72.

Also Rosatom (yes, the guys involved in NPPs) is currently developing new. APFSDS projectiles for the T-14. Rumor is next gen armor (really the best armor you have) have proven extremely difficult to crack using APFSDS designed and made with conventional technologies and thus they have to bring Rosatom's material specialists for the job.


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