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Body Armor General thread, it's that time of year again. 5 seperate reports of gun sightings, or shots fired, within 10 blocks of my security job in the inner city tonight.
What does /k/ actually carry for carriers? Not likely to see any kind of longarms, but knives and pistol calibers in full-auto are common here.
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>>48991178
Acquire a surplus lpaac and get either the actual velocity panels or the stealth armor systems panels.

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I now own two brand new Izhmash biathlon basic 7-2-KO rimfire repeaters. For those that don't know, they are knee-joint toggle-lock .22lr target rifles with exceptional accuracy and slick actions. Sort of like Fortner, but more... soviet. The 7-X series was designed by Dragunov, in fact.
These biathlon rifles were modified for police and special forces use in Russia near the end of the century. This consisted of shortening the barrel, putting on a PO 3,5х17,5P (?) scope, a bipod, a large silencer, and a fancy green takedown stock. This 'SV-99' sniper rifle was meant for sub-100-meter spooky stuff.

My goal is to replicate the SV-99. However, I am in the USA, and therefore finding the stock, and to a lesser extent the proper optic, will be tricky. I know that people on /k/ have been able to import some Russian gun parts relatively auspiciously, so I thought I might ask for advice here. As for the silencer, I could do with blueprints (or at least external dimensions) to then machine a form-1 equivalent. Cutting/threading the barrel won't be a problem, as various gunsmiths have threaded them in the past. It will have to be a SBR however, due to the 350mm (13.75") barrel length of the SV-99.

Any tips? Do you think this will be neat?
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>>48990213
Yeah it's pretty neat for sure.
The 7-2 was like $350 new some years ago, but people didn't realize how nice they were at the time. Then the imports stopped, and now low wear examples go for $1200! That seems to keep happening with imported guns.

this is the more modern version with a polymer stock
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What is the objective risk of being caught trying to import a Russian rifle stock anyways? Just the package being destroyed, or what?
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>>48991062
The riskiest part is the seller scamming you or it being lost in shipping. You can buy stuff from russia just fine.
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>>48991131
I see. I've looked into firearms part importing/exporting in the past when a Dutch man wanted to buy a 10/22 barrel off of me (I had to refuse after a thorough reading of some laws), but Russia->USA wooden furniture seems to be a completely different matter.

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>>48990885
Oh, wait, the Russians TAUGHT it to the American left.
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>>48989095
>>48989857
Suhoki is admittedly better than Mikoyan tbf
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>>48991100
Sugoi vs. MiGger
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>>48989095
Irsaeli kills dont count Baruch
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>>48990318
Absolutely true. The USSR got fucked with aircraft during the 70s due to complications with competeting with computers and avionics that the USA developed. Although the MiG-29 and Su-27 are great planes and were a challenge rivalling the USA, the USSR had collapsed due to a falling economy and political difficulties

Are binary triggers just burst fire 2.0?
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>>48985723

Holy fuckin shit.

Never relax.
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>>48983108
What did you do to fix your light strikes? I am running my bfs with a 16” pws piston upper and get light strikes galore. I had it on my 458 socom upper but the recoil was so severe it would knock it from single shot to binary mode sometimes, fewer light strikes but not zero, I suspect because 458 socom uses large pistol primers
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>>48989425
Read on forums to change the 6-coil hammer spring to the 8-coil hammer spring. Haven't tried it myself yet but will probably order some extra parts when they come available.

https://www.ar15.com/forums/AR-15/Franklin-Armory-BFS3-Binary-Trigger-Troubleshooting-Success/66-736157/?page=1&anc=bottom#bottom
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>>48985723
>those hands
N
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>>48984287
This actually work?

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I'm not sure if this board is the best to ask about this or /fit/ but let's go.

Ellie in the last of us 2 is a roughly 5'6 feet tall woman(I guess), fit build and she go around in the downtown of seattle and kill more than 50 Highly survivalist people that been there since the outbreak.

How realistic is this? I tried to do the things she does like Stealth crawling and it was super hard I couldnt do for more than 3 min, Realistic speaking is that remotely posible? She jumps around, kill people with one shot with a bow, then she take them from the back with her knife(Italian stiletto.

I just want to know if this is really possible, here a long video compilation of her doing all this crazy stuff
https://youtu.be/UknDcBthkP8

Can that happens in real life? like me killing 50 people with bow, knife and guns?
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>>48990699
According to http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Last_of_Us,_The she uses a number of different handguns.
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>>48990746
I own a Taurus PT99 (a Beretta 92 Clone) and it has always worked good for me. Remington 870s are good shotguns but I’ve heard some of the newer production models aren’t as nice as older models.
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>>48989094
First off
>lets discuss about
Are you retarded?
>the last of us 2
No, that game was dog shit. The first one wasn't a master piece of anything but the second one was absolutely garbage. The only people who like it are these idiot lgbt people who have no idea what they are talking about or those filthy smelly pregnant gender bender fetish freaks.
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>>48991061
Pregnant woman killing, let’s not forget this game turned Elle into a pregnant woman killing psychopath
>Look how (((they))) mastered my girl!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3bjT-DnRmc
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Tranny shit game, go back to /r/gaming tranny nigger faggot.

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Mig-25 was a Total Monster, fastest jet power aircraft everbuilt.

>Mach 3.6
>absolute altitude record of 37.650 m
>absolute altitude record of 37.080 m (1 and 2 tons load)
>time to height speed record of 25, 30 and 35 km
>all these records have not yet been broken

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSn9_6Vnft8
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>>48990599
The way you type, the absolute platinum grade assblast you exude from each and every post you make is amazing.

You weren't even alive when any of this happen... but here you are SEETHING about it.
Also
>sovietards close the gap between them and the sr71
>borgars already moved on to refined Satilite spying
>ussr collapses
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>>48990605
>>48990610
>>48990617
>>48990848
>>48990902
Whatever, cuck. Cope.
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>Whatever, cuck. Cope.

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I've only starting carrying daily the last few months, but I can't settle on a carry position.
I guess it's largely situational, but every position seems to have big downsides.

- Appendix carry is the most concealable, but is super uncomfortable, especially if sitting, bending, kneeling, etc
- 3 o'clock is comfortable but super obvious in most clothing
- Small of back is concealable but gun is behind you
- Ankle is retard

My go-to is 3 o'clock carry with an open button-down shirt to conceal the bulge, which works pretty well except when it's windy.

Thoughts?
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>not pocket carrying a .380 or smaller
ngmi
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>>48988674
But I'd have to start wearing a full suit everywhere like ReviewBrah
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>>48989725
and? be like your hero
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>>48988364
Seems like it would be easier to reach, harder to draw.

I've carried at 5 o'clock and it's absolutely the best way to conceal and not much harder than drawing from 3 o'clock, and I'm not particularly flexible.

A lot of holster companies have 30-day or similar guarantees, so there's little danger in trying.
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>>48988674
that really is the best and comfiest method but it requires you to always wear extra clothing, which i love to do, but it has to be closed and even wearing an open shirt is impossible in the summer

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This would takea little designing but, the main thing about 3d printing lowers seems to be structural integrity. So what about rienforcing the internal cavities with a thin sheet of steel, which itself doesn't count as a lower (not even an 80 percnt) and could be cranked out like crazy. Like buy it for 15 bucks kinda thing.
Then the Plastic 3d printed parts can enclose it.
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>>48989680
yeah yo can pause priners at certain layer heights to insert nuts, change colors or do other shit.

problem is this doesn't make it any stronger. glock mags are injection molded

when yo insert a piece of metal into a 3d print yo just have a piece of metal sitting against 4 walls in a pocket
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>>48989680
before you go through ideas of how to improve X learn what were doing in the industry then try to innovate.

like I don't know shit about speed boats but you don't see me saying WHY DONT WE PUT HElicOPTER JET TURBINES AND MAKE THE HULLS OUT OF GRAPHENE REINFORCED CARBON KEVELAR
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>>48990871
Not too far off the mark for hydroplanes actually.
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>>48989960
>>48990008
>>48990032
>>48990034
Mixed media manufacturing is the fucking ticket, not a 100% process either way.
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>>48990871
You're not part of the industry and you know exactly as much about guns as you do speedboats: nothing. Have a cardiac infarction and die.

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Is the 'arsenal plane' a good concept?
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No it looks retarded
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ace combat
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>>48990284

Why would you put 1000’s of missiles on something that could be blown out of the sky by an S-300 hiding in a cave. Seems a waste
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>>48990284
like the arsenal bird from Ace Combat 7?
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>>48990284
Yes, I don't know why we didn't use them in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Just get a large 4 engine prop plane (Cargo) with a long loiter time, Stuff it full of Missiles or guided bombs and then allow troops on the ground to use said munitions to remove dug in targets.

Can we discuss Air guns? I didn't actuwlly know they were as powerful as they can be. Do any of you guys own and shoot these?

I just started looking at them because I have a bad rat infestation in my garage, I had visual on 2 rats this morning which makes me want to camp in my garage with a gun and shoot these bastards..
From my research some of these guns can actually be powerful enough to kill small critters, and I can't use my .22 LR because I live in the suburbs.

you can order them without any bullshit in many countries.
I'm just looking for a good all around rifle which will put down small rats, I want to order it today. I don't know if I need .177 or .22 and if I should go with the gas ram piston or classic spring powered.

+ Another pro is the ammo is widely available and very cheap so it could be fun for just plinking cans in your backyard.

Air gun thread?
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>>48990611
im looking at co2 just because of how quiet it is. My neighbors are cocksuckers
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>>48990710
CO2 honestly is the worst option
Both manual and PCP are better choices
There are plenty powerful spring or gas ram break barrel or under/side lever rifles, and of course PCP rifles are more expensive, with additional costs of hand or electric pumps, but are also generally speaking much more accurate.
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>>48990710
there are a few air rifles that have suppressors for non-CO2 that have a very high FPS, i'd honestly look into those.
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>>48990811
pretty much everything modern that's over walmart tier these days has a moderator. 70-80 decibels at the muzzle is very common
if anyone's curious, AEAC channel on youtube does extremely extremely in depth reviews, decibel readings, velocity with various pellet grains, accuracy at various distances, off hand and bench commentary, it's really excellently done.
If he reviewed traditional firearms he would be widely lauded on /k/ for his work.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyybmryvRhs

>37 in stock
I-is it worth it, bros?
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>>48987380
Thunderbolt is the shittiest of shitty .22lr ammo.
It could be free and it would still cost too much. Filthy. Inaccurate. Unreliable. Inconsistent.
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>>48987580
>commie memes
ywnbaw
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>>48989486
poor bait have a pity (you)
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>>48989498
glownigger
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>>48989498
I don't think you understand your own pic.

>hits a seven-inch red plate at 75 yards with an unmagnified snub-nosed revolver repeatedly in your path
Seriously, what's his secret? Does it really take a lifetime of shooting to just be able to pick up any gun and do well like he does?
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>>48985284
Oh shit
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>>48977571
>5'11 vs 6'0
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>>48985323
wait he's a junior in this pic?
he looks 28 gigachad 70's actors
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>>48977571
Is this real or did somebody edit it?
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>>48977571
This guy is also a manlet. He's like 5'8 or something.

How much ammo do you have stocked? When is “enough”?
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>>48990202

whenever i physically run out of space to store it all, but even then that just means I need to buy more at the range so that i don't eat into my stores.
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>>48990682
If you live in the city it might be your only option.
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>>48990732
going "innawoods" is pretty much guaranteed death for most people, unless you're actually extremely skilled and have a clear goal to go somewhere with enough infrastructure.
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>>48990732
Not really. Plenty of long pork in the cities. Not like people will starve.
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>>48990202
I have 0 rounds but in 3 months I will have 100 rounds. Whatever enough is, I don't have it.

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Those of you who have served, how has war/military changed you?
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>>48989302
Want an MRI? VA will get you in same week. Private insurance will take a few months and charge you a $1000 co-pay. VA is dank for that aspect.
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>>48989361
Get the fuck back in shape, you have literally one single body until you die. This is your only vessel for your soul.
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>>48985857
Finland.
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>>48990680
:-D Finbros always welcome. What ATGM system do you guys use? Man portable or vehicle mounted?
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>>48990721
All man portable stuff, Eurospike 2000 which was really nice, and the NLAW which was also nice, but different. Oh and naturally rocket propelled stuff too, LAW's, the french APILAS which is just fucking violent to fire. Honorary mention to the programmable mine "Salad Bowl-87" because surely it's safe and secured now that the lead vehicle got trough right?

Are modern infantry too accustomed to operating with complete air superiority against much less well armed and organized enemies? How would American soldiers react to getting precision bombed from the sky by Russian/Chinese weapons?
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>>48990648
They wouldn’t cuz Chinese and russian weapons suck
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>>48990648
yeah
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>>48990648

I’d imagine it would be pretty chaotic and a blow to morale to see entire battalions wiped out in minutes by volleys of precision guided cruise missiles. It seems like modern warfare between proper militaries is going to come down to who strikes first given how fast, precise, and long range weapon systems are. Military A might be more advanced but if military B launches the first salvo of munitions it’s going to cripple A pretty quickly (looking at Desert Storm as an example).
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>>48990727

And I don’t mean in Desert Storm Iraq was more advanced but they were considered pretty high up there. It didn’t matter though because their radar and command/control got utterly fucked in a matter of hours.
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