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Help me /k/. I need a new gun porn game.

>lots of modern military guns + customization
>open world/exploration type gameplay preferred
>single player

I love Escape from Tarkov, but need something when I want to chill.
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>>36921097
where what happens? where the plot of Heart of Darkness happens? There was a shitty shovelware Vietnam shooter once kinda like that except instead of spooky hallucenations haunting you, you just die at the end in a napalm strike.


>muh spoilers
it's literally from 2012, over half a decade ago, no one cares. Trinity dies and Snape kills Dumbledore, btw
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>>36921054
Did you also mention that it is a fucking boring grind? If you are going to play at all I suggest waiting till the 27th..
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if you can find copies get shellshock and shellshock 2 or darkest of days
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>>36917269
Battlefield: Korea
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>>36917269
I mean, sounds like youre describing Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Its mostly fun imo if you put it on hardest difficulty and remove all the hints and HUDs. Can also be played with friends. Not gonna say its a great game, but it might keep you occupied.

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Even if they are possible (let`s imagine) - is there a real need in them?
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>>36921010
Galactic Crusade
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>>36921251
>any kind of crusade
>or jihad
>or generalplan ost
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>>36920964
Get turned into a mecha- or bio-enhanced superweapon.
Need regular hightech maintenanfr.
Eventually discharge.
>wait in line at Veterans Hospital for cheap generic aspirin
Fuck that.
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>>36921274
Actually it will be more like
>turn into inhuman bloodthirsty monster abomination
>absolute loyalty to high command, brainwashed and simple automaton mind
>irreversible mutations
>expendable in the end
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>>36921298
Even Uncle Sams Misguided Crayoneaters aren't dumb enough to sign up for that shit.
Even if they were, they'd be too dumb for that shit.

Does anyone the max weight a pistol suppressor can be for it to cycle with 45 app and also for 9mm subs using a recoil booster?
If anyone has a suppressor and you can add more weight to it or somehow attach a booster to a heavy rifle 458 suppressor, can you see if it will cycle?
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>>36918601
Just the wall thickness of the blast chamber.
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Maybe someone here can duct tape some sort of weight to their suppressor and test this out?
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>>36918540
Remington made one, It was called the R51
Unfortunately they fucked up somewhere and it would take some serious cash and engineering to unfuck it
Also it was a compact single stack
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Bump.
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>>36918444
Bump

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Why were the Russians so badly btfo by this?
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>>36921029
I like how it's easier to believe that every single media outlet in the entirety of the United States and Europe would make random shit up out of whole cloth than that the Russia would lie about something they have a strategic interest in.
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Even /k/ threads are now taken over by poor Slavic monkeys sitting in their freezing apartments, tapping away at 25 year old Gateway 2000 keyboards.

And they probably believe their own bullshit. Even though they live in abject poverty, in filthy cities full of broken roads and stray dogs. They believe their own propaganda.

Russians really are ignorant apes. Poor stupid monkeys. Drunken pigs.
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>shadow ivan told merc Ivan to take refinery for fat stacks of rubles
>merc ivan is unaware of 'MURICA
>merc ivan is obliterated by 'MURICAN AIR POWER

there's no way shadow ivan didn't know U.S. forces were there so why the hell did they send hundreds of men to literally just die. fucking retards
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>>36920481
>muh monkeymodel
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>>36921300
>recruit merc bois
>half now, half at end of contract
>intentionally throw them all into a meatgrinder to save money

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Would you bet your life on this?
https://modernfirearms.net/en/bez-rubriki-en/wac-47-2/
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>7.62x39 in AR-15 magwell
NOPE
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>>36913874
US made, they want domestic production, Ukrainian pride
>>36914799
They have stockpiles of 7.62x39

also they wanted a non AK looking gun because everything russian is evil.
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>>36913742
>DI
>7.62x39mm
>non ak mags
>rely
Wew lad.
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>>36916550

Theres a Canadian manufacturer doing it.
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>>36913742
I would never bet my life on any ar platform

What's the point of red dots with long tubes? It seems counterproductive and a pointless detriment to the sight picture. Is there some marginal benefit to acquiring the dot? I've never used one so maybe there's something about the design that I'm missing.
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bump
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>>36920063
overbuilt tough design compared to microdots, ability to use AAA batteries instead of the wafer batteries.

These are the only reasons, but honestly OP, you should look into getting prism scope if you want to do a 1x.

Primary Arms gonna have some new 1x prisms on the market with etched redicle that have acss markings out to 400 yards, I would recommend it.
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>>36920403
I don't see the appeal of a 1x prism.

If I wanted a ballistic reticle I'd also insist on magnified optics.
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>>36920063
the sight picture barely gets hindered. Don't tell my you shoot with other eye closed, especially with a fucking red dot?

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Hypothetical scenario thread.

Say you have a gunman, not holding hostages, but loose with civilians. Let's have multiple scenario locations. A high school, shopping mall, multistory office building, hospital, university campus.

These are situations handled by police and SWAT.

My question is, if you could use a military component to deal with this instead, would you have a better outcome? Would they be more capable of dealing with this situation?

How would each location be handled differently?

This question arose because of something I heard Donut Operator say. He was trained as a cop and in SWAT school, that as soon as you arrive on scene in an active shooter situation "You go inside and handle business."

Every time I see footage of an active shooter incident, there's always cops outside, taking cover behind their vehicles for what seems like hours, before a suitable SWAT team arrives and enters the building. I know very little about law enforcement, but this would indicate to me that your run of the mill beat cop isn't a suitable candidate to handle this kind of active shooter scenario. They wait for a more well equipped and trained team to arrive. I understand that police have a larger focus on reducing collateral damage, but military seems like the next step up from SWAT. So what if?
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>>36920302
I'd tell you your bait is rubbish but you probably already know that.
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>>36916296
EODfag
Military SF will always be more effective than SWAT.
Have done both military and police bomb courses, and been EOD support to Tier1 SF. The gear etc is the same. The only difference is that police Bombtechs will never do a CatA task.
>CatA: operation to proceed even at risk to life of operator (aka tea&medals) - e.g. rendersafe needed immediately as persons cannot be evacuated.
Cop Bombtechs cannot go forward into a CatA without orders, and Higher can never legally give that order.
Similarly SWAT train against the same high-level threats as SF but ultimately will never conduct an EmergencyAction like military are prepared to do as soon as they arrive. Most commonly they will sit and wait for negotiators etc then plan a DeliberateAction that will only get signed off to go when everything else fails.
Why?
1. Higher command and Police Union will never authorise that risk. Departmental policy will often actually prevent Higher putting officers' lives at risk if there is any safer option - even if that option is just sitting and waiting , or fear of lawsuits or politics will do the same.
2. Death/injury compensation - an officer going forward into known danger may be at least partially legally liable for any injuries he may sustain and at wordt not be covered by compensation.
3. At the end, cops work for pay and donuts, military are driven by esprit-de-corps and not letting the team down, the pay is secondary.
Yes even SF bitch about pay, but nobody does selection for the cash.
Military will always go forward while cops will always wait.

The sheriff in Florida can sack his deputy aftrwards for not going forward - but he cannot order him to go forward and expect that he will go. He might decide to go, but if he doesn't what can the Sheriff do to drive him in?

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>>36921243
P..post non xray
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>>36921275
EODfag
I always post that pic. It usually fits every thread on /k I post in.
>Don't like it? Stick it picrelated.
>There now it's appropriate to the thread.
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>>36921285
I think you're missing the point. The picture is fine, i just want the regular lighting edition.

Hi /k/. I live in Los Angeles, CA and am looking to buy my first gun. Looking at this mini-14 (pic related) because:

>all around utility
>classic wood stock
>relatively inexpensive ammo
>semi-auto
>it's legal in my city (unlike AR-15)

Price isn't a major concern, but I've heard these guns (even the post-2009 models) don't really do "MOA" (whatever that means). I'll be using it to do some target shooting, home defense (aka "nigger riot defense"), and as a way to make friends in Hollywood who aren't cryptomarxists.

>Should I be considering other guns?
>Do an accuracy conversion? (http://www.accuratemini14.com/index.php)
>What accessories should I get?
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>>36916029
I've lived in CA and owned 3 Mini-14s over the years. I think they're good rifles. Not the best and they definitely have flaws, but they are still capable of everything you need a 5.56 rifle to do.
>What's MOA?
Minute Of Angle, it's a metric of accuracy. 1 MOA is roughly 1 inch spread at 100yd, 2 at 200 yd and so on. A typical Mini-14 does about 2-3 MOA. People arbitrarily set the benchmark at 1 MOA and consider anything higher "inaccurate" but that's just unrealistic, most military rifles that people jerk off over being "1337 WW2 sn1p0r r1flz" group 4" or more at 100yd and most budget AR-15s aren't terribly impressive on the bench either.
One common cause of this on new model Mini-14s is the shitty rear sight. It's very cheap and works itself loose easily. I highly recommend upgrading to a Tech Sights unit.

As for it's other characteristics, the Mini-14 is known for having troubles with feed jams stemming from poor quality aftermarket magazines. Use good ones, or factory magazines (although they are expensive) and you'll be set.
>Should I consider other guns?
Sure. M1A (although I hope they make a CA version of the new JRA M14gery soon, those look like a better quality gun for the same money), M1 Garand, SKS, FightLite MSR are all good options. SU-16 is too kinda but it's more of a backpack rifle, not very durable for long term general purpose use.
>Accuracy conversion?
Don't bother. If you get a modern one (580 serial prefix or higher) it'll be fine. Not 1 MOA or less, but like I said for practical accuracy even 4 MOA is fine.
>What accessories?
Tech Sights rear sight assembly is a must. I don't know of any other company that offers one though I may be wrong. The factory rear sight is absolute garbage. Other than that it's pretty much G2G as-is. Spare mags can be a tough pill to swallow. I've had good luck with John Masen brand, I heard Tapco Gen 2s are good, in my experience Promag and National are absolute shit.
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>>36916079
They are AR-15 magazines. Much more common and cheap than Mini-14 mags. They also tend to work better because the shitty ones that cause jams can't compete.

Also you click them in instead of lining them up with a divot and rocking them in so it's a faster reload. Mini-14 battery of arms is kind of like an AK, only you get a bolt hold open. Magazine release lever is smaller though, but that can be replaced with a longer one.
>>36916104
I'd advise a Mossberg instead, unless OP can find an old-school one made by Remington back when it was good.
>>36916161
Those featureless stocks are so uncomfortable though. The FightLite MSR lower does it better but it's like $600 without the upper. Uses STANAG mags though. If only the SU-16 wasn't so flimsy it would be the obvious choice. Would also be perfect if Ruger offered a Mini-14 using said magazines but if that was ever going to happen it would have happened by now.
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>>36916571
I see the Mini-14 like a Mac and AR-15 like a PC. The AR is better overall and has more marketshare, but people tend to fuck with them and make cheap-ass barely functional abominations that don't work well. Mini-14s pretty much just work and you can do some customization but are not very well suited for it.
>>36916998
They're also genuinely just not well made. I did own one and I wanted to love it, but it was just too janky. I wanted to love it too. It did work, but it felt like the more I shot it the more loose and rattly it got.
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>>36920169
Note that this model is illegal in CA due to the flash hider.
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You can also use a 12 gauge with buckshot. It has more hitting power with less over-penetration like a rifle does. It really depends on where your place is in LA. If you live in an apartment I'd go with the Shotgun, if you live in a house then you could use the mini 14 all my opinion though
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Magazines aren't super pricey but more so than ar-15 mags. You can get an aftermarket stripper clip guide though which could mean you require less mags.

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Post tanks
Talk tanks
That's about it
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>>36916269
Thanks m8
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>>36917718
Jordan announced that they're retiring theirs in favor of Marders and Centauros.
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>>36920687
Entry point is right beside the gunners head, and heat jet would of gone through commanders shoulder, nevermind and Spall produced
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>>36921125
>Glancing shot
>Entry
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>>36921137
>Glancing shot
>again with this meme
Where is the exit from the armor? Even the drawing you posted has the jet going through the turret.

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Name a better niggerkiller, I'll wait.
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>>36921147

First post best post
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>>36921147
reallymakesmethink.jpg-large
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>>36921147
Kek
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>>36921147
FPfuckingBP
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ehhh

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I never wanted to LARP so badly before...
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>>36915634
Hey my gramps was in that war.
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>>36915503
Anti-gunners will say that this rifle is double effective because it has two triggers.
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>>36921104
>that's possible in this day and age
pic very related
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>>36916162
High and tight, long on top. The undercut as it is called is currently in fashion.
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>>36918702
Just get a gunsmith or machine shop to do it for you

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AK General /akg/
Interrupted Rib Mag Edition
>Thread #562

Old thread here >>36897408
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>>36919732
wooah
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>PSO came in today
>never bothered reading description
>assumed the illumination was useless/needed Russian battery
>"uses AA"
>hurr
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>>36919712
oregon coast, thats a bald eagle flying above me in the pic
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>>36918934
It happens.
>Just don't let it happen again
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"Hey anon. I was sent here because your CO says you look down. Company moralle is very important to us so lets just sit down and have a little talk, yea?"
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>>36920924
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>>36920924
Why did you join up in the first place?
Honest question, I'm not saying you shouldn't be there over some trivial shit.
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>>36921052
Does weebshit bother you? If not, go watch Welcome to the NHK. Caution though, it might trigger some unhappy thoughts.
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>>36921150
from looking at the wikipedia article, it appears that Welcome to the NHK is based around characters who seriously believe that they're being excluded for one reason or another. i don't believe that.
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>>36921073
That dumb spic isn’t part of my anything.

Finally got around to watching this.

I got so bored I turned on the TV to watch Olympics. All it tried to convey was atmosphere and the fear of the trapped soldiers who in the end their deliverance wasn't by their own hands, or by the people piloting the boats, but because an assault from the enemy that the film was alluding to the entire film never came. It also could have used some blood and gore but that's just imho.

4/10 for great sound and understated but great camera work but not much more. For comparative purposes, Fury was a 7/10, Saving Private Ryan a 9/10, Black Hawk Down a 10/10.
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>>36920833
I like We Were Soldiers, it's a solid early Vietnam movie. I had to rewatch it after seeing the Ken Burns Vietnam documentary.
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dunkirk was an oppressive chase suffocating enemy closing in movie like apocalypto
>germans are never featured
>just this force of unseen bullets and torpedos and planes

and niggers here mention windtalkers in the same breath as war movies.
get fucked. the lot of you. it was incredible.
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>>36908632
>who coasted over the entirety of the beach, turned around, shot down a dive bomber that was above him, coasted back down the beach
Yeah I liked the movie and that bothered me too, but I assumed it was just some timeskip shit that I missed and h eshot it down before he ran out of fuel.
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>>36914286
Why
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>>36909263
>dirty dozen not even on the list
ishygddt

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http://youtubedoubler.com/mX1V
maximize the left one

let's have em, those special videos you've got stashed away, good combos, whatever
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https://youtu.be/o7SLuWagedM
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>>36920963
Do they do something about the corridor directly under the helicopter or do they intend for it to be safe?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STQwvrf18rs
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>>36920963
>the male helicopter will later fly over and fertilize the eggs



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