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Sup /k/. Could you explain why did you join the army in one phrase?
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>>50149225
A flag officer in uniform doing anything that approaches physical labour is only there for the fucking photo op.
the "symbolism" of an officer doing physical labor is worth about as much as their leadership, which is to say that it's worth jack shit and every officer i've had the displeasure of serving under should've been stripped of their rank, publically sodomized and skinned alive while their family was forced to watch.
officers don't care about you, they only care about advancing up the payscale and will fuck you raw the moment you make the smallest fuckup or try to take care of your own soldiers.
fuck officers
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>>50149092
Well I was hoping I could use political intrigue and nepotism to climb the ranks. Once at a high enough rank I'd swear allegiance to whoever pays me the best. China seems like they have a good scheme going and they're offering lots of perks so I don't mind sabotaging readiness and violating the constitution. Its only subversion if you aren't on the winning team after all. The Chinese century is gonna be lit when I cash out.
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>>50150666
shut up satan
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>>50149092
It beat flipping burgers.
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>>50149218
The whole point of the Military is to kill people your country disagrees with so why is "KILL CUNTS" an Unacceptable answer? Especially if it's Australia.

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Three weeks ago I saw 5.56 everywhere and no 9mm, now there's 9mm and 7.62 everywhere but hardly any 5.56. It looks like Winchester is concentrating on green-tips for some reason, and IMI 5.56 is everywhere all of a sudden as well.
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>>50150253
the whole point of 5.7x28 is that its a pistol/carbine/smg sized round thats better at piercing body armor than tradition pistol rounds.
They switched from the MP5 in 9x19mm to the P90 in 5.7x28mm because the Jaffa were all wearing extensive body armor that the MP5s often failed to penetrate.
Also I'm sure the p90s spacegun/futuristic aesthetic contributed heavily.
they use small personal weapons because the character in the show are supposed to be diplomats and explorers first and warrior second and diplomats don't general engage in 400 meter skirmishes. Their weapons are for personal defense, not aggreesive infantry combat. Note that they sometimes had a backup team with heavy weapons and a more infantry-like disposition, concealing and entrenching themselves near the Stargates to keep the extraction point open.

They needed a smallish cool gun that could defeat armor, its was the 90s and the P90 fit all of that perfectly. They used becasue they were cool AND perfectly appropriate to the particular conditions of the plot of that show, but in the real world foot troops exploring unknown world with unknowns hostiles would be carrying more powerful weapons.
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>>50131634
This. fuck Just In Time in the ass.
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>>50150701
But why is a Canadian born in the UK wrapped in a US flag?
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>>50151036
Jack's BGC
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>>50151036
Just so you can ask the question.

supposedly the b-21 is on schedule and on budget
how come this succeeded when every other major program is a giant cluster fuck?
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>>50149801
>>50149760
That's sick thanks for the info, however I think the mystery aircraft over TX has a less low drag high speed shape.
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>>50145187
By being classified enough that congress doesn't get to know how far over budget and behind schedule it actually is.
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>>50150613
I know you are just going to go 'nuh uh, it's super DUPER classified" but congress gets classified briefings on these all the time for exactly that reason and the budget line is still there for everyone to see.
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>>50145187
They made all of the cost stuff restricted so niggers in congress and the senate(specifically john mccain when this rule was made) can't spam numbers out to the media and whine about it so they can cut funding.

Also no public testing records and other documents so we don't get niggers over at war is boring and ausairpower spamming articles about how the b-21 is DOOMED TO FAILURE or a 10 gorrilion dollar boondoggle ever time a program evaluation is carried out
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>>50145187
>on schedule and on budget
>military project
>on schedule and on budget
no.

End up with an acog and an m203 in their unit? Everyone was jealous it seemed but i was jealous of dudes with plainjane m4 and an aimpoint dot.

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List of countries that still manufacture and issue service revolvers:
>China
>Japan

What do they know what we don't?
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>>50151850
>Need
What does it matter if I need it or not, I have the right to buy and own it
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>>50147707
Once again, prove it, or suck my cock, retard
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>>50152312
do you have any reading comprehension
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>>50148321
It is. Best case, they don't even bother bringing cases that aren't airtight. Worst case, the prosecutors fail to provide evidence that the defendant is innocent, and they are 100% allowed to withhold it for any or no reason. In most other countries, the prosecutors are legally obligated to show exonerating evidence, but not in Japan.
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>>50152392
>realize that you don’t need much in the firearms department
How else are we supposed to take this from a European?

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The government admitted these things are physical craft and they are not ours.

And how would you equip a team to recover one?

Weapons and gear etc.
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>>50135005
It lives.
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>>50135005
orgone/DOR cannons
https://www.amazon.com/Orgone-Energy-Wilhelm-Reich-UFOs/dp/B00E5PHTL4
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2 guys with benelli m4s loaded with 00 buck
other 2 guys with mp5s
Black cbrn suits for everyone since some people who have had encounters have ended up with radiation like injuries, but more important, for the AESTHETICS
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>>50146352
>new territory
Funny because it also seems like really old territory.
I'm out in the Southwest so doing it here at least would by default mean being on government land half the time, unless we found a Skinwalker Ranch to hang out on. My first intervention test site is on Bureau of Land Management land, for instance.
I wonder about whether to keep it quiet or use publicity as part of the baiting strategy. You could run A/B testing on operations by trying both ways - do they watch our media? Post here?
I'm not really concerned about licensing machine guns, if we made small team contact, the goal would be to disable the vehicle and crew. The biggest issues in my plan are accidentally lasing aircraft or violating FCC signals rules.
One interesting way to run something like this would actually be with Anons. "Meet at this place at this time." But then you end up with skills gaps and someone crying for mom's chicken tendies.
>propulsion effects
Are definitely not a digression. We have evidence for decades that these craft generate an anisotropic effect on both film and CCD images. This is the striped type of lens flare that is popular in Hollywood but it's a real lens effect and many UFO images have it. It's likely either a type of radiation or a louvre system in the engine. It's one of the main ways we might determine a vehicle's origin.
Pic related and as we get more data, a digital telescope and machine learning attached to the ADSB Exchange might be able to tease this out of normal air traffic.
>>50146720
So, we're going to stake this guy out in a field for the bait.
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>>50135005
Some type of sterile gas that can clean all surfaces of bacteria, Because aliens are probly disgusting and carry all sorts of pathogens

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Was Warsaw Pact punching above it's weight during the Cold War?
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>>50148112
Yes
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>>50150512
>leaky and unreliable piles of shit
I guess you haven't seen Chinese tanks
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>>50150727
oh shi-
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>>50150750
Yes.
Is quality. Finest Chinesium.
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>>50150810
>when others are losing tracks
>you're losing wheels

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What's your vote for most /k/ino film? Mine is Heat (1995).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGvKNj6E7Bk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZL9fnVtz_lc
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>>50144215
The only reason he got busted was because he went against his own rule of not having any attachments. He would have been home free had he not given to his desire for vengeance against Waingro, which to be fair he had every right to since the latter was the reason half his crew got killed.
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>>50144215
The scenario of not getting pumped full of buckshot was unlikely, but assuming DeNiro survived that long, Pacino would've been blinded by that light and DeNiro would've had a trivially easy drop on him.
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>>50142288
Tfw no 4K version
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>>50142673
First one was at least watchable, the second one was a jumbled mess.
Also for /k/ino, I suggest Master and Commander. Didn't see it in the thread.
https://youtu.be/6oyQGHHz8U8
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>>50145052
I imagine yank actors and their agents are a ltlle leery of the possibility of getting injured in fight sequences, and maybe less likely to spend the time to train for physical fitness and basic unarmed combat skills for a film

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Dirty Foam Edition

Git gud guide:
https://u.pcloud.link/publink/show?code=Pj4ctalK

Pastebin:
https://pastebin.com/gs6mLNik (embed)

Previous thread: >>50096647
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>>50150634
I have a very modern gun so I'll try contributing later. I haven't want to share with /k/ until I can get the fucking plate I've been waiting for months for fuck but at least I have the irons I want on it now.
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>>50147348
A little ya, I was expecting something bigger though. Hmm. In all honesty this probably isn't something to worry about, if that chunk is gone and not clogging or scraping something else up then the slide is bumping the frame normally now, and that spot isn't integral to anything. Those are the rails that align the barrel in the frame, and 95% of the rails are still there to guide the barrel. I'd still see what Beretta wants to do if it were mine, but if they said it's fine or didn't want to replace the frame I think I'd be okay with it.

>>50148838
Oh jeez. Do you have a link for this?

>>50150871
Oh. lol Well that's a little different, they may have taken care of it but $18's not so bad. When Taurus insisted I send my entire pistol to them to fix the striker I was pretty pissed, I'd have loved to pay just $18 for a new one. Sig at least is cool about selling ANY part for ANY gun peacemeal in my experience, and so far their CS has covered me for warrantied replacements.

Also 1 more post to bump limit
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>>50151151
And onward to the new thread which seems to have calmed down now anyway.


(actually kind of nice people are enthusiastic again for a bit about /hg/ after a few times of it lapsing for like a day at a time)
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is .380 good for you?
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>>50151151
>optical fiber falling out from front side posts
>front sight post not screwed in properly
>pin sliding out preventing fireing
>rifleing in the barrel wearing out after 200-300 shots
It seams its mostly last production batch that had those issues. Barrels ware changed out under warranty by Radom. So far i havent seen any kind of review after couple thousands of rounds.
Link to thread: http://forum-bron.pl/viewtopic.php?t=188613

Spout all the specs and other bullshit at the end of the day anesthetics is 80% of how good a gun is
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>>50149936
What makes a good field anesthetic, vodka?
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>>50149936
Youre wrong. Nothing useless can be truly beautiful and overdesigned aesthetic guns that jam a lot or malf a lot become gaudy and disdain forms towards them. Youd be a laughingstock
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brb replacing my lube w/ lidocaine
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>>50150129
Gaudy isn't aesthetic
Utilitarian is
Looks are objective anyone who disagrees take your arts degree back to leftypol
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>anesthetics

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Here's my revolver collection. The one in the middle is actually very interesting. It's a Model 10-6 that was chambered in .357 Magnum and used by the NY State Police. This was essentially the proto-Model 13 and only 1200 were produced.
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>>50148452
Already would have bought it besides the fucking birds head.

I want a Lightweight 20s style SAA clone in .45 ACP, kinda like what Bowen did with the USFA guns. This is a vaquero but you get the idea
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Ruger faggot here
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>>50146450
Bought a new (made this year) Python on Monday. Locks up tighter than any S&W I've handled. Fit and finish is excellent and puts 6 in the 10 ring with 158g bullets from 25 yards--both .357 and .38. Doesn't like lighter weight bullets at all however.
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>>50148670
I think I bought the last 4" 629 in the entire state of Oregon earlier this year. I got it for $800 out the door. They were going for over $1K on FuddBroker, so I was pretty happy. Good luck, anon.
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>>50146217
nice hawk

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>>50149906
>talking about flash lights
>brings up flash suppressors and the militsry
Completely two different things and how they're used, especially for the environmenttheyre being used in. You not know about light discipline, anon? How retarded are you? Are you the sort that walks around with your flash light on the entire time? You should be able to navigate your home in the dark with ease, when you do light some one up with a light, your decision to shoot them right then and there should be instant, not give them the time to shoot at you.
The whole
>their instinct is to shoot at the light
Is stupid as shit, enough home surveillance cameras of just a person with a flash light yelling out who is there is usually enough to scare some one away, even crack heads. Biggest reason for a light is to I.D. a friendly, sure you live completely alone with no kids or any thing, I myself have kids and a wife, don't want to blast little jimmy in the face because he knocked over some thing while on his way to get water. Take some night time courses, anon, even when there is a threat that is trying to mean you harm, you yourself are over thinking shit and it shows.
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>>50149850
If your opponent can spot you, draw, turn, aim, and fire at you with an 800 lumen light in their eyes faster than you can shoot at them with the gun THAT YOU ALREADY HAVE POINTIED AT THEM, then you were never going to win a gunfight against this superhuman home invader regardless of what you have.
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>>50149927
>this looks retarded but there's a reason why cops do it

They do? Combat flashlight tactics for decades involved holding the light right next to the gun.
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>>50136854
brainlet detected
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>>50150232
based set up, anon.

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When is Springfield going to sell this?
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>>50149294
Probably pretty soon, now that I've spent $1900 on an AUG
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>>50149666
People who are scared of guns are often scared of knives, too, so imagine their shock when someone goes and attaches a knife to a gun
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>>50149602
oh nonononono
fuck 922(r) and all other bullshit import restrictions.
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>>50150306
Most imports do something similar and then they're finished later so I wouldn't worry about that
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>>50150372
That's what I was thinking too. Lets hope that's the case.

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>live in EUSSR
>lol smoke weed lmao with some friends
>cops catch us and fines
>two weeks later
>door knocks
>we are here for your guns t.gubberment
>lose everything
>police leaves
>look at gun safe
>feel empty
>empty like my gun safe
>cry

it has been almost over two weeks and still feeling empty, i dont know what to do
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>>50141715

Finally one fellow Finn how actually knows his stuff instead of Burgers giving shitty advice, which is incompatible with Finnish legal system.

Is it just me does the part about neighbor calling the cop for no reason sounds fishy? What did you do OP - gave reason for neighbor to do noise disturbance call due to ruckus in early hours of the night?

Once the cops smell or saw the reefer, they will most definitely search the place to make sure that you and your pal is just a user instead of dealer and/or grower. What happens after that depends many things.

OP, get a lawyer - not all is necessarily lost yet. Depending geographic location and for example your workplace you might in very serious trouble or get with slap on the wrist:
https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-11048377

>>50139134
Or if you give your name and ID-number they can usually check it, since they have access to databases needed for it.

>>50139251

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>>50139049
kek retard
t. leafistani
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>>50139001
Weedhead cope. Go back to /lgbt/ you faggot
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Wut, I thought Euros were a bunch of Pot smoking Hippies.
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>>50150364
They are. They will never walk upon the moon.

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Was there any actual chance of it ending the war by Christmas if it had succeeded? Or was the entire premise based on wholly unrealistic expectations from conception?

I am by no means an expert but it seems to me that Market Garden was entirely driven by the "we've got 'em on the run" kind of arrogance on the part of the Allies that had led the German Army to disaster in the Soviet Union in 1941, the Japanese Navy to its own destruction Midway in 1942, the Confederate Army to disaster in Pennsylvania in 1863, and the French to disaster at Waterloo in 1815.
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>>50141942
Except for how the Germans had sent all available AA into the area right after the landings. The airlift to the Oosterbeek perimeter suffered horrible casualties for this reason. The Poles at Driel had made the landing miraculously well, but had to basically commit suicide trying to get the Brits out of their predicament on the other side of the river.
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>>50141546

M I L K
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>>50070000
Witnessed
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Monty's style of fighting was the steamroller, where he will patiently build up overwhelming forces and body blow the Germans. This is to compensate for the Brits lack of tactical acumen. But in this battle, he was trying to fight in the style of the Germans, like a fencer quickly lunging for a kill. As much as I thought Patton is overblown by yanks, he would have been a better commander for this battle.
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>>50141546
JOOBA




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