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>3% of the athletic gods that tryout for delta force make the cut
Give up your dreams now lad
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>lads
That's why you'll never make it
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>>35551921
>SEALs calling anyone overhyped
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>>35550562
The mindset is "Keep going".

There are actual medical limits to this, but most people will quit when things reach a certain level of difficulty, well before they are physically unable to continue or need to stop for medical reasons. Selection is about weeding those people out. Passing selection is about not letting their attempts to mentally fuck you get in the way of you "winning".

It's pretty much that simple.
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>>35550461
good luck anon, you'll make it
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>>35551105
mmm the smell

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Had an idea for a chemical weapon last night, should be cheap and easy to make.

It's basically a two part smoke bomb with two PVC pipes filled with a KNO3 + Sugar smoke bomb mixture and attached together with cord/hose clamps/etc. One smoke bomb will contain Capsaicin oil as an additive, extracted from peppers, while the other one will contain Urushiol (or at least ground up Poison Ivy if the oil can't be collected as easy. It's a process not as well documented as extracting Capsaicin.) that will also be extracted with alcohol. The bomb of course will have two fuses stuck into both parts of it and will twisted to connect into one point, where an improvised pull tab igniter can be attached.

Effects of Capsaicin:
>The initial reaction should the spray be directed at the face, is the completely involuntary closing of the eyes (sometimes described as leading to a disconcerting sensation of the eyelids "bubbling and boiling" as the chemical acts on the skin), an instant sensation of the restriction of the airways and the general feeling of sudden and intense, searing pain about the face, nose, and throat.

Effects of Urushiol:
>Because the plants' urushiol toxin is not hampered by fire, burning it can actually cause serious illness. Inhaling or being exposed to smoke from burning poison ivy, oak or sumac can result in a serious allergic reaction in the nasal passages, lungs and throat as well as on the skin. If poison ivy is burned and the smoke then inhaled, this rash will appear on the lining of the lungs, causing extreme pain and possibly fatal respiratory difficulty.

Thoughts?
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>>35552625
>inb4 gasbro
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>>35552652
I mean if you build it like the OP states, you're essentially building a bomb
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>>35552748
I don't see how. Lots of people use the KNO3 + Sugar combination to make amateur rockets all the time. I can see how loading it with poison ivy would be illegal, but I don't see how it would be a bomb,
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>>35552445
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self bump, still want some actual feedback

My Baomeme arrived, what’s the official /K/ shitposting frequency
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>>35534192
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FCC typically doesn't like shitposting on HAM frequencies... HOWEVER, if you're anywhere near socal, or can reach the repeater, 147.435 is all shitposts. We have a great time. It's a full free speech repeater. -YLR
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>>35549615

Good luck finding somebody transmitting on a low power handheld
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>>35549635
Depending on where you are it's not that hard, it's more a matter of getting somewhere high than anything else.
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>>35549635
You do know that the directional antennas they use for finding people have much higher gain than the antennas HTs use, meaning those people looking for you will be able to hear you better than whoever you're trying to talk to.

ITT: We post weapons from the kings of autism
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>>35551014
>I think it's due to framerate, a lot of old movies look like that.
The 17fps thing applies to WW1 footage (soldiers looking like they're runniny everywhere). WW2 usually looks fine because they already used ~25fps. And everything but the taxiing looks real time.
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>>35522552
>Gee bill, how come your mom lets you have TWO guns!
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>>35550268
Funfact: The pictured JgdPz IV has not the original PzKpfw IV Chassis, but a PzKpfw III/IV Chassis
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>>35533592
he's still more heavily armored than a Soviet tank division
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>>35542968
Imagine a whole squadron of those parachuting 251's and panzer 4's into the battlefield, just to see the look on the kraut's face when he lands. "Hallo frauleins"

>Authorities in Florida found a cache of guns and explosives inside a home during the course of a child pornography investigation Wednesday, officials said.
>A handwritten note found by detectives read, "The daughters come, and I am ready. I have fed on my hatred for centuries. My fury at those who imprisoned me shall be vast and without mercy. I shall have my bloody revenge, and then the WORLD WILL BURN BURN," according to the sheriff's office.
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>>35550958
The 4th Amendment reads
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized"

They need to say, what the warrant is for. I doubt he is getting out of DD charges though.
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>>35552723
But the kube is fucking hilarious
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>>35551282
Sex freaks and furries are the same goddamn thing.
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>some harmless autist collecting guns and fapping to cp gets arrested and tax payer money used on him for daring to fap to what someone doesn't like

Oh bow the first and second and likely fifth and fourth violated in one story!
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>>35551282

furries are usually on the same level as pedos, if you think otherwise you haven't met many furfags.

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http://ottawacitizen.com/news/national/defence-watch/will-the-canadian-forces-switch-to-multicam

Where were you when the G.O.A.T. digital pattern was replaced?
Why would .gc.ca want to replace this ridiculously sexy pattern with multicam?
Canadians confirmed for airsoft LARPers?
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>>35553008
>Maybe Justin should focus on getting planes that fly first too.

He'll never do it. He'll never ever admit that the Liberal Party fucked up national defense for short-term political gains by vowing never to adopt the F-35. He'll buy fucking MiGs first.
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>>35553032
4 FINGERS PRIVATE ANON
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>Tfw my sister joined the reserves and they don't even have uniforms to issue them
She got grey coveralls, it's all they had
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>>35553122
>sister
She wouldnt wanna get fluid stains on her uniform, now would she?
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>>35553010
Perhaps they're planning on an invasion to a southerly country....

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depection of gun techniques in Hollywood?

Discuss
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>>35551850
boys, get the rapeseed
someone is shit talking our oils
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>>35551510
He's big overseas

Not so popular in freedom land anymore
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>>35551944
He is big in every webm thus far.
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In this documented footage shows the fate of Japanese pinkie wrestling champions fate after she foolishly tries to defeat Steven Seagal in her own game of pinkie wrestling or what the Yanks called "Finger Shagging".
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>>35550127
I hadn't laughed all week, this was fantastic

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Burger here. Fairly decent chance I'll be in Ukraine for an extended period of time (no, I'm not joining a militia or anything).

Curious if anyone here has some firsthand experience with the gun laws there, and can share some tips for foreigners when navigating around and through their Ministry of Internal Affairs.
I know they don't really into gunz, especially not cc stuff, but I am curious, cause it seems like literally everyone has a gun.

If anyone else has questions pertaining to international gun laws, feel free to hijack.
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>>35550712
One other question, I know bribery is common, but it also seems like if you use a gun in self-defense, you're still likely to get charged with a crime unless the other person is armed accordingly.
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>>35547073
Learn 2 Google, nigger
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_laws_in_Ukraine

>Ukraine is the only country in Europe where firearms are not regulated by statute. Everything related to firearms is regulated by the Order №622 of Ministry of Internal Affairs. Citizens are permitted to own non-fully automatic rifles and shotguns as long as they are stored properly when not in use. Handguns are illegal except for target shooting and those who hold concealed carry permits.

>A license is required to own firearms, and a citizen may be issued a license if that person:
>-is 25 years of age for rifle ownership, 21 years of age for smoothbore weapon ownership, 18 years of age for cold or pneumatic weapon ownership;
>-has no criminal record;has no history of domestic violence;has no mental illness or history of mental illness;
>-has good reason (target shooting, hunting, collection).

>Gun owners are required by Order to renew their licenses and registration of their guns every three years. Failure to comply will result in revocation as well as confiscation of guns.

>Limited categories of citizens like People's Deputies of Ukraine, judges, journalists and some other may owntrauma pistolsthat fire rubber bullets.


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>>35553294
I read that to begin with.
It's incomplete and doesn't have the information I really want.
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>>35553280
we have retarded self-defense law since commie days that called "necessary defense", according to that law if you kill someone in self-defense situation you need to be dead so court can justify your actions, if you survive that you will rot in jail.
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>>35553294
In Ukraine there is no such thing as "gun law", we have Interior ministry order that regulates weapon ownership by civilians, so corrupt police can sell permits to whoever they wants and reward members of parliament with auto weapons and gucci guns for all "great" things they do to our country.

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Best way to get into muzzleloading and black powder?
>>35522088
PS sorry I romanticize everything I touch
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>>35555215
SKS is always a solid choice, although with a budget of 1k there's plenty of other things in your price range.
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>>35555313
Yeah I dont have a whole lot of interest in an sks
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>>35555215
MAS 49/56 or a SKS
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>>35555215
Or get a Hakim
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>>35555350
This would be kind of cool. Really want a g43 but those are a couple shekels too many

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sgammo has 8m3 back in stock boys. Get it know before it's out. Great for shtf and killing commies.
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>>35546798

This. The only reason businesses comply is CADOJ can assfuck businesses with legal jewry.
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>>35544821

9mm and 5.56. .300BLK build is still a go so I might buy a few hundred rounds.
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>>35547541
anon some poor bastards live in cucked states like california and so they need to have featureless shit.

>>35547815
refined, my ass.
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>>35547855
so you can't afford a grandfathered in ak in your cuck state. got it.
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>>35547899
the barrel isn't the only problem friendo.

read>>35547947
it's just a shitty design which already gets shit for being unreliable in .223 which is what it was designed for now you went and shoehorned a different round in there. I understand the need for it with its featureless design etc but it still is a shitty design/action/firearm in general.

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knights, we are red and free

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>Standing post in Georgia.
>I'm stuck in a tower.
>take a break from studying and decide to work out.
>put my plate carrier on and start squatting.
>stop when I realize this is the closest to a hug I've had for a long time.
>sit down, think a bottle my ex, and realize that I was so close to getting married.
>she couldn't handle being with some long distance.
>tfw stationed less than four hours away.
>tfw turned down girls becuase it don't feel the same.


Do guns and gear make you feel better about life sometimes /k/?
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>>35545602
Damn. Close to home.
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>>35552727
probably MP guarding base.
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>>35545602
Why you gotta pull that shit on me man. Too close for comfort.

Did got to a few concerts last weekend, and had a blast, so that apathy still hasn't taken over yet!
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>>35542896
>19
>being a young /k/ommando makes my parents think I'm a fucking terrorist
>turbo-fucked and remaining relations I had with them
>tfw in college
>tfw most of my milsurp is back at home along with my first gun, gift from my grandfather
>tfw I'm more worried if they will do anything to my stuff than I am about losing contact with them further
>I couldn't imagine losing any of it, makes me feel far worse than any remorse for the stress I have put them under

Jesus fuck, these are really bad feels.
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>>35553116
It's a PRP command. I guard subs and the "stuff" they carry.

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What firearm trends do you think will develop or continue to grow in the next 5 years?
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/pol/ needs to leave

there's nothing wrong with hating niggers but jumping down someone's throat over the slightest mention of another race is sperg shit
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>>35553268
You're expecting too much of highschoolers
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>>35547411
ARs becoming even more modular, with twist-lock barrel extensions, and snap-lock mag extensions.

Gyrojets making a huge comeback, because they don’t meet the California definition of a firearm.

Liquid metal stock features, so you can customize your stock on the fly.
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>>35547411

>1. "Luxury" pistols for richfags
I think the boomers are finally growing out of their custom 1911 phase, but they're also realizing that there's a whole world of unique metal-frame pistols out there and since they have structured their finances in order to always have some spending money for guns every month/year, they will need an outlet. Stuff like the Boberg, the Hudson-9 and even the FK BRNO appeal really strongly to a certain market of people who would rather buy a single cool handgun than continue to "invest" in their 250 basic mil-spec AR-15's or a crate of 10,000 Pmags.

>2. Integrally suppressed firearms
Ruger recently came out with an integrally suppressed 10/22 upper, and of course there's the Silencerco Maxim-9. Both address a need in the market to have a simple, less gainly silenced weapon. I tend to think that the HPA/SHARE Act will pass during Trump's second term, so I think this is going to be a whole new world for the integral suppressor.

>3. AR-15 pistols and other gimmicks to get around the NFA
Slidefire stocks and echo triggers have their niche, even if they're barely mainstream. However, pistol "braces" are extremely popular. Since the NRA doesn't seem to give a shit about the National Firearms Act, it's unlikely that SBR's will be deregulated anytime soon. AR-15 pistols are extremely common, though. Last time I was at my FFL, I met a cop who was buying three of them at once, which just goes to show the variety of people buying them.

>4. 10mm
You think the caliber is making a comeback now? Just wait until AR-15 PCC's in 10mm are commonplace. I think we're going to see lots more companies coming out with handguns in this caliber, including rifles.

>5. The freefloat, chrome-lined, $700 AR-15 will be the new normal; top tier AR manufacturers will innovate or go bust

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Its been way to long for a glorious humor thread.
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>>35548140
>nugget food
heheheh
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>>35552366
top kek engineering right there
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>>35553183
>Death Trap Mk III
>Flying Coffin Mk I
Kek.
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>>35551271
>not using HP Prime

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>military surplus store
>pretty much everything in the store is Rothco or made in Korea
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>>35552494
What do you expect? Almost no military has surplused its service rifles in the past 50 years.
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>>35553427
Probably because he went into the surplus store looking for surplus, and Rothco is not surplus.

My current job issued me Rothco bdu pants, and aside from the button fly there isn't really anything too wrong with them. It does have that kind of cheap feeling though, and after about 10 washes the black starts turning dark gray.
When I was in the navy, they gave us Tru-Spec pants as part of our flight deck uniform. I liked those better than Rothco.
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>>35553427
Nothing's really wrong with them, it's just my personal preference where I prefer the cut of the ranger vests over all their other merch... that and it's not surplus gear per se.
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>>35553427
Rothco stuff in my experience just doesn't hold up that well, and is overpriced chink shit.
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>>35553489
>Tru-Spec pants


Not a fan of those. Loved the shit out of eotac and woolrich elite though.



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