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So /k/, you're locked in a room.
In the room are two chairs. Diane Feinstein is tied to one chair, and a member of the United States Air Force is tied to the other. You are armed with a Ruger LCP with only two bullets. So /k/, would you shoot the Airfag in the head twice? Or shoot him once in the dick and then in the head? Or would you shoot him twice in the dick? Or does anyone have some far more painful ways to execute him with both bullets?
Untie both, figure out how to unlock the door.
>doesn't murder Feinstein with a sock gag, then untie the Airman and give him a reflective belt and send him on his way, then go home with a new Ruger LCP and two boolets
coming into a corpse is a rare and precious experience
Shoot fiendstein twice. Then make chairforce fuck the hole.
The only real question is where to shoot her.
Trick question. The real answer is shoot the lock off the door to the supply closet to free the Marine that managed to lock himself inside so you can take him to the emergency room to get his stomach pumped because he drank the window cleaner thinking it was Mountain Dew.
Iran just unveiled a new trainer aircraft, Doy you think this is a repaint of a Chinese product as usual or this time they really made something??
I didn't see this type of plane before
Not same, for example its missing the splitter. Also look at the nose and the tail profile carefully. There's probably only one optimal aircraft shape for given preconditions, so they look similar.
Looks like a non-flyable mock up.
They say it has two engines more powerful than the F-5 jet but that the trainer weights half as much. I bet it would tear itself apart if it ever flew.
>The people in here applauding Iran for this Looks like the sort of thing that 50s airforces would have considered a low-end trainer. Really, a country with Iran's resources should be more than able to cobble together a trainer a bit more sophisticated than that.
>>34625708 >>34625939 >>34627706 >>34627730 >looks nothing like these
good job on your aircraft recognition, /k/.
This was my first thought, but it seems to be an alteration on this kind of look, rather than a straight up copy.
What is the best modern submachine gun and how does the B&T MP9 stack up next to its competitors in an increasingly small niche?
I'm highly jealous.
thats not an smg thats an lmg
I'd disagree that the trunnion goes anywhere nearly as early as 2k rounds. I'm sitting somewhere around 3500 with steel-cased shit and mine hasn't broken.
Isn't there a kriss vector chambered for 10mm? Or not in full auto?
can /k/ recommend some books about intelligence agencies? CIA, KGB, mossad, etc
documentaries and agent accounts/operation histories preferably. thanks.
Dragons at the Gate
legacy of ashes
only book you need
CIA and The Cult of Intelligence
Comrade J by Pete Early was pretty good.
posting budget list that anon made for us
--KNIVES-- LOCKING KNIVES: any locking Opinel (No6, No7, No8, No9, No10, No12) >upwards from $9 shipped >made in France Buck 284 >$15 shipped >United States Sanrenmu 7010 >$15 Amazon/$7 GearBest >China NON-LOCKING KNIVES: any non-locking Opinel (No5, No4, No3, No2) >upwards from $9 shipped >France Svord Peasant series >upwards from $13 shipped >New Zealand Victorinox Classic >$14 shipped >Switzerland FIXED BLADE KNIVES: Morakniv Companion >$14 shipped >Sweden Other Morakniv options around this price point are also excellent. --WATCHES-- Casio F-91W >upwards from $6 shipped, usually closer to $10 >Japan --FLASHLIGHTS-- Streamlight MicroStream >$16 shipped >China Convoy S2+ >$11 shipped >China --MULTITOOLS-- Leatherman or Gerber, shop specific to lifestyle Victorinox Swiss Army Super Tinker >$40 shipped >Switzerland
Nice... Stainless with carved wood handles... Maybe sounds tacky... but my fathers prized gun is a 1911 of that description.
You don't have to go supper expensive for a sharpening set up. If you want to go free hand, $40 of wheat stones will do for the mean time, and maybe $300-$400 of water stones for an end game set up. And with guided systems, there are some good ones for sub $300, even sub $200
Yeah it's a great knife, been carrying mine the last 2 weeks, and have been using it a lot for my work.
It's a solid knife, and with the s35vn variant I got, I venture to say it stands up to all my $100+ and $200+ knives blow for blow. I highly recommend it.
Although, those are all good things too get.... I've been meaning to get a motorcycle endorsement for a few years, and have just never gotten around to it. I would be looking for something like a Honda cbr500... I don't know if I would trust my self with a 600cc sport bike right off the bat.
I'd be inclined to look for a VG10 model with G10 scales on the secondary market. The ZDP is cool and all but the standard G10 model really is what gave this knife its reputation. Also the carbon fiber on mine is smooth, not peel ply which has a texture like G10. It's the only knife I have with this.
you gotta do some memes to even it out but a basic patina is a easy skeezy
People want more for the original than the price of a new sprint.
Does anyone know if there's a company out there working on a hand held rail gun analogous in purpose to modern sporting rifles?
I mean there must be because it's not like the tech is illegal or secret, but I couldn't find anything online. I really, really would like to believe that I will be able to buy one in the nearish future. Alternatively, does anyone know of a company working on ANY kind of magnetic or energy based weapon system for the civilian market? Video related. This guy made a working gauss gun thing at home. It's not lethal like a firearm but it's definitely dangerous, it's shoulder fired and even fed from a neat little magazine. Imagine how fucking cool this could be if some company would start selling a professionally made version.
>I mean there must be because it's not like the tech is illegal or secret Anyone with the brains to make that happens starts with taking a quick look at what battery tech is around to power such a thing, resulting in the whole project being promptly shelved for a decade or two if they're optimistic, for half a century if they ain't. > It's not lethal like a firearm but it's definitely dangerous, it's shoulder fired and even fed from a neat little magazine. Imagine how fucking cool this could be if some company would start selling a professionally made version. The market for a really big, clumsy, heavy and outrageously expensive pellet rifle probably ain't all that, no.
>>34627251 >it's shoulder fired
His cables used to blow off after every shot, and there's no guarantee that the armature won't spot weld and blow up in your face.
Not pictured: the several hundred pounds of capacitors sitting in the back of his truck. Also the 50 9V batteries he strung up in series in order to charge said capacitors.
It's not a handheld system and won't be for decades.
What he said. When someone figures out how to make an effective enough battery railguns will become the norm (for larger weapons like tank/artillery/ship guns) and gas/diesel cars will be almost instantly obsolete. We haven't had a breakthrough in mass produced batteries in almost 40 years.
>>34627275 >>34628399 >>34630578 >t. dreams pissed on
Thanks, /k/. I guess I will just keep looking at guns to buy :(
Is the tank just as dead as the battleship and people just don't acknowledge it because it wasn't proved obsolete in WW2 due to the lack of PGMs in that timeframe?
No, now fuck off
Low quality bait
It's time Vatniks. Time to die.
The future is now. Guns are back on the menu boys. Rev up those Battlecruiser blueprints, and get ready to see destruction on a scale we have yet to encounter on the modern battlefield. ICBM's are now moot. MAD is dead. Long-live armed conflict.
>tfw you will never sacrifice yourself for king and country by shooting down three Me 109s, a Heinkel and a Stuka within an hour, the latter while you were out of fuel and gliding and landing on the beach, then burning your plane with your flare as Wehrmacht soldiers emerge and then march you off to a POW camp in Germany Why even live /k/?
was getting caught part of his plan?
sounds as something from warthunder
I left out wondering,
Why didn't he jumo on the beach with a parachute?
Altitude too low for a chute and no fuel to climb.
>"Nice AR, is it in 6.5?"
>>34631007 > talking to random plebs at ranges