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Most guns sold in recorded history

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Damn son. And apparently it was about the same for February too.
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Grandpa's War Stories

No.44233827 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
ITT post your grandpa's war stories.
>be my grandpa
>be drafted for occupation
>be in bootcamp
>everyone had just cleaned their rifles
>some egghead upstairs wants to see if men can shoot down a plane with an M1 Garand
>lets test this idea out with some recruits
>everyone is put in ranks with their rifles and given some clips
>some lazy recruits don't want to clean their rifles again, so they hand their clips to my grandpa so their rifles stay clean
>grandpa has dozens of clips, shoots them all at the plane. he liked shooting
>"oh yeah anon, watch out when you load an m1 it can chop your thumb off"
>thanks grandpa
>the other guys just point their rifles in the air and pretend to be shooting. since many of them are shooting its hard to tell who is and who isn't
>test is over. the plane obviously wasn't shot down
>drill sergeant is wise to the lazy recruits' scheme
>he walks up and down the ranks, puts a cartridge in each rifle, and shoots it
>now everyone has to clean their guns again
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Is Russian AD a joke?

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https://twitter.com/clashreport/status/1237102419286335494?s=20

Turkish drone films Pantsir, Buk, S-125 & S-200 unnoticed
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>wake up
>see pic related
What do you grab to protect yourself, /k/?
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Canada General

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New here? Want a firearm license? Read this: https://pastebin.com/Ndb2jSAu

Previous thread: >>43734847
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Canada General

No.43748971 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
New here? Want a firearm license? Read this: https://pastebin.com/Ndb2jSAu

Previous thread: >>43740670

Ave Nex Alea edition
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Canada General

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New here? Want a firearm license? Read this: https://pastebin.com/Ndb2jSAu

Previous thread: >>43748971

Remove hydro edition
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I slept with my rifle last night.

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It was easily the best night I've ever had. A couple times, I drowsily opened my eyes and looked at her, wrapped her in my arms, and felt the soft wood of her stock and warm metal against me. Many men may live their whole lives not knowing what it's like to run a finger around the crown of a muzzle as they drift off to sleep. They don't know what it's like to be wrapped intimately to a tool of death. I woke up this morning a changed man.
You guys ever do this?
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Can skirts be tactical?
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http://nerdist.com/mythbusters-destroyed-all-evidence-of-an-easy-to-make-explosive/

>After laughing about how specific he should be, Savage didn’t share some lighthearted tale about an argument or fight the cast had, but instead told the frightening story about how Kari, Grant, and Tory were investigating an “easily available material and its supposed explosive properties.”

>According to Savage “what they found out was so explosive” that they actually destroyed the footage of what they made and everyone involved agreed never to discuss it again. It was so dangerous that when DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) recently asked the public to help their research by designing homemade bombs that might pose an unknown risk, Savage contacted them with the information he had from this particular incident. Though he did point out that they probably already knew, as some bomb techs are aware of it.

What do you think it was?

I'm betting on organic peroxides or nitrourea.
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