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Democracy is non negotiable

>>61036144
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>>61045709
Who the hell passive aims with a scope?
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>>61045741
Scope functions as riser for your piggybacked RDS
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>>61045484
Classic coinbase, bet they scrubbed your standing orders too
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>dogshit defense
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wtf /arg/, why did nobody mention that SIG is based now?
https://youtu.be/GRomnQ7Re2g?si=0C-Ub_0-0CeN3JOy

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It might be over for Ukraine when it finally gets deployed
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>>61042858
>Even with the entire engineering crew and designers as prisoners' can't figure it out
just how? stalin would eaten his shit from under himself to have a carrier, these pow survival instinct can't be more motivated than that.
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>>61043320
kuznetsov vs changshlong
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>>61045648
the changs have 10 times more brute manpower to scrub decks with
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>>61042830
more like axe up it's ass
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>>61042830
I wish the Kuz was in seaworthy condition because it would be amazingly funny to see it sink and really based to see thousands of Russian sailors either burned alive or drowned.

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Can you destroy the NORAD HQ at Mount Cheyenne with a 100 megaton bomb with a delayed fuse and tungsten uranium penetrator case.
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>>61045724
Wait. Fuck. COPE cage. COPE. Not cuck. : |
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>>61045695
your right we dont have enough deer fucking threads up
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>>61045723
I mean a nuke thats designed to bury itself into the ground and detonate at 100 megatons not airburst
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>>61045695
>This place is dead.

You can thank the incompetent mods and jannies for that. They would rather ban people who hurt their feelings than actually do their job. Anytime you point out how garbage they are they just give you a 3 day ban.

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Would this be sufficient in shtf
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>>61045556
>300 blackout sbr
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>>61045608
>Duct tape a light on the handguard
based beyond belief
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>>61045278
Get yerself a 1911 and an m1 sonny, it’s all ya need but only fire 7 shots, else they’ll hear the ping
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The U.S. Army M16A1 is considered by many to be the worst assault rifle ever invented. Its overcomplicated mechanism is both difficult to clean and prone to jamming. Adjusting the sight, something that must be done every time a target shifts its range, requires the use of a nail, ballpoint pen, or similar device. What if you didn’t have one, or lost it as several dozen zombies shambled steadily toward you? The delicate plastic stock of the M16A1 obviates bayonet use, and by attempting to use it as such you would risk shattering the hollow, spring-loaded stock. This is a critical flaw. If you were confronted by multiple ghouls and your A1 jammed, you would be unable to use it as a last-ditch hand-to-hand weapon. In the 1960s, the M16 (originally the AR-15) was designed for Air Force base security. For political reasons typical of the military-industrial complex (you buy my weapon, you get my vote and my campaign contribution), it was adopted as the principal infantry weapon for the U.S. Army. So poor was its early battle record that during the Vietnam War, communist guerrillas refused to take them from dead Americans. The newer M16A2, although somewhat of an improvement, is still regarded as a second-class weapon. If given the choice, emulate the Vietcong and ignore the M16 entirely.
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Anyone who says it's a bad choice has never held an M16A1
It weighs fucking nothing, and those 20 round magazines are super light and you can fit a million of them in your pockets.
>muh barrel length
If SHTF, you're not gonna be clearing rooms, you're gonna be behind a barricade in the street or out in the woode

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ANDØYA – Raytheon and Kongsberg, with support from the Norwegian MOD and Armed Forces, successfully completed a flight test of an updated AMRAAM-ER missile variant from a NASAMS. The successful flight test showcases the increased capabilities of the upgraded AMRAAM-ER. This latest variant is a first-of-its-kind configuration incorporating the guidance section of the AIM-120 C-8. It also incorporates a more robust 10-inch rocket motor from Nammo and a 10-inch Control Actuator System, from Kongsberg, branded the Norwegian Propulsion Stack, for which the Norwegian MOD has been a collaborative partner. https://rtx.com/news/news-center/2024/02/27/rtxs-raytheon-completes-first-flight-test-for-new-amraam-er-variant
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>>61042596
Cheaper to just strap existing seekerheads to older boosters. You've got older gen ESSMs, you've got older gen AMRAAMs, may as well do something to maximize Pk
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>AMRAAM-ER
Wouldn't you you call that an ALRAAM?
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>>61042607
Oh, o.k. I didn't realize they were using motors from Block 1s. That makes more sense, although it does mean that the motors have up to 20 years worth of service life left in them, which matters if they're not going to Ukraine for immediate disposal.
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>>61045767
Err, up to 20 years *less*.
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>>61043389
ANALRAM was already taken

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Post and rate each others collection and suggest anon's next purchase. Noguns steer clear.
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>>61043203
>you plan to sbr it?

Its already a done deal.
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>>61043564
Niice
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>>61041440
Thanks buddy. The FAL is a long time favorite, you should definitely save up for one.

>>61041906
Very tasteful. Is the Uzi SBR'd or is that a dummy barrel? Very jealous of the FNC.

>>61043203
>what is the model of that SW
It's a Highway Patrolman, pre Model 28. And thanks!

>>61043564
Those are stupid sexy with the ring sight. Awesome gun.
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>>61022332
What's the revolver in the top right corner?
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bump

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You have 5 minutes to convince Hitler how to win WW2 with google translate. And you cannot show him your HOI4 playthrough.
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>>61045515
yup apparently they used it as a base for their own PZB39 after Poland was conquered. Still, pretty crazy stuff, didnt know that, good read.
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>>61045488
>He probably would let Germany take all of Europe.
no way he would ever do that, if anything, he'd probably order assasinations for the parents of our current leaders lmao. Churchill hated the germans with a passion.
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>>61045585
They did not.
The PzB.38 was the base for the simplified PzB.39. Both were made with no knowledge of the Polish gun.
They were also removed from front line service and rebuilt as grenade launchers that were considered fairly useless.
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>>61034344
> the next largest proven supply was in russia, and history already tells us what will happen if the pursue that
History is entirely different if they attack the Soviets first and don’t go after Belgium or France. A one front war is very different even without the benefit of hindsight.
>most of the worlds oil came from north america at the time, so an obvious non-starter
Prior to 1939 have him send some peeps to push that godless cripple down a flight of stairs. Lend lease to the Soviets is significantly reduced , if not cut off, if a communist isn’t in the white house
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>>61034289
Mein Mann, in ein paar Jahren wirst du den Krieg verlieren und dir in deinem Bunker das Gehirn wegblasen. Wegen Ihnen wird das deutsche Volk für immer den Juden unterworfen sein und Angst haben, wieder zu den Waffen zu greifen.
Lass es dir gut gehen :)

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Supposed image of the Su-34 shootdown today.

https://twitter.com/AndriyYermak/status/1762481056379281810

>The Russians have fewer and fewer "planes".

> picture is of a thermal camera from some air defense system

Are these madmen driving around an Osa or something behind Russian lines? That's probably why they keep saying it's friendly fire. This looks more like a Rorschach test than anything, though.
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>>61039033
Whats the 11th one?
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>>61039606
>Browse the catalog
It is impressive but the amount of paperwork it'd take to get anything off it to the EU is offputting
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>>61039063
Falling of second A-50 must've really fucked with Russia's capabilities, combined with ukies allegedly having a patriot go on a little tour near the front lines
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>>61039606
this website is insane lol
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>>61039063
>how
Russia is forcing its airforce to airforce again, which is like making a diabetic with a weak heart enter an energy drink chugathon. Both sides air defense networks are about an equal threat to russian aviation.

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Tactical gear thread.
Post gear. Discuss gear. You know what to do.

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>>61044597
This will be my second carrier, I have a crye spc as my overt working in conjunction with a belt. The goal of this set up is for MN deep winter where I’m not running a belt, debating if I should layer my plates under my warm gear and run a chest rig outside (slickster/mepc) or just go for another more traditional plate carrier placard set up (FCPC or lv119)

Thoughts being that the slickster can do deeper concealment if needed still end up with a jack of all trades master of none deal.
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>>61045737
>This will be my second carrier,
find a more productive use of your money bro, damn lol
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>>61045748
Fuck yuh I’ll do what I want.

But yeah I like shooting in the winter and dont want to fuck with my Spc seasonally
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>>61045748
He's fine. Money spent finding gear that works is never wasted
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>>61045283
return it if you bought on amazon

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I need your big brains /k/. I’d love to hear your opinions, guesses and fanfics about this potential event
How would it look like?
Who”d provide manpower?
And what are the possible outcomes?
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>>61045665
>very clearly stating that you stand by a position of being strategically ambiguous
This is the most democratic thing set down in text since Plato made up some stories about Socrates' trial.
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>>61045665
>gets shouted down
Is this shouting with us right now?
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>>61045680
>Is this shouting with us right now?
I mean, yeah, it is.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-68417223

>Mr Peskov, on behalf of the Kremlin, called Mr Macron's suggestion "a very important new element"
It got heard where it needed to be heard though.
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>>61045725
>mean, yeah, it is.
This isn't shouting, it's called discussion ziggoid.
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>>61039210
stop posting denis

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Why did they do it?
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>>61043065
THAT COSTS EXTRA!
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>>61040160
easier to be build a LEGO model
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>>61043171
you're nationalist and racist
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>>61045721
And a wrecker and Trotskyite
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>>61042720
>the SU-57 managed to make it to production.
But it hasn't.
>One can only imagine what an SU-57 made with Soviet resources and political will would have looked like.
A technologically-inferior white elephant with the stealth characteristics of an F-18 (which is to say, none at all).

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The Netherlands has ordered 9 czech DITA self-propelled howitzers for Ukraine. This vehicle premiered at IDEX-2021. Its manufacturer is Excalibur Army. It is distinguished by its high degree of automation, enabling a crew of 2 to fully manage fire missions. Emergency workstation available for a 3rd operator. UAV directed and corrected fire is native to the base model, as well as manual and programmatic ammo switching on a case-by-case basis. 47 caliber gun. 39km base bleed. 6 rd MRSI, 5 rd sustained. 40 rd storage. Autoloaded. Idealized shoot and scoot time claimed to be as low as 45 seconds.
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airlift
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>>61043876

As a swede I have to say that this is clearly superior to Archer. Turret instead of casemate, twice the ammo load, direct fire capability. All things that Archer does not have. I would not be surprised if it was cheaper as well.
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>>61045606
>I would not be surprised if it was cheaper as well.
It certainly doesnt look cheaper to me... more lliek twice as much if I had to guess

>be me
>watch livestream of some retard airman barbecue himself in front of the Israeli embassy for Hamas
>he doused himself in gasoline before trying to take a lighter to his own uniform
>it didn't work
>spent a good 20 seconds trying to light his uniform, long enough to attract the attention of a security guard
>finally took the lighter to the gas-soaked pavement and went on his way to Allah's warm embrace

So, was this dude just incompetent or are ABUs just that good at resisting fires? I know he was wearing just a regular ABU instead of FROG gear (not that it would have saved him) but I figure it might the latter because USAF personnel regularly work with flammable material such as explosives and jet fuel.
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>>61044408
I heard a 72 figure thrown around, so probably worth it
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>>61042725
well this thread sucks dick but I'm bored so I'll effortpost just this once.
The USAF uses Army issue FRACUs, but rarely issues them out as the uniform regulations say only certain career fields are authorized to wear them and those AFSCs get organizational money to buy their own shit.
Back in ye olden days when the wars were going on, the Air Force didn't have any FR gear at all so they issued aircrew flight suits to guys that were going outside the wire
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>>61044441
>mfw the 72 virgins are actually obese LoL players
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>>61044408
>because think of the girls he'll get to touch after virtue signalling this hard.

If he wanted to use the Israel-Hamas War to get laid, he could have just contacted some Palestinian asylum applicant and offered to let her stay in his home. She'd probably sleep with him purely because he isn't a violent wife-beating pig like most Arab men are.
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How bad of a decision am I about to make? I am 28.
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>>61025067
make of it as you will. you're gonna be on garrison duty, but there is always the chance for disaster relief and international exercises. Dont treat it like CoD, and pretend that its more a summer camp. With guns and yelling. Its gonna suck in a lot of ways, but its fun in a lot of ways too
t. seabee vet
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>>61025056
>>61025067
>>61025083
If you have nowhere else to go and have done nothing else than it is objectively the best move. It's above homelessness, it's slightly above minimum wage, and it's definitely above living at home doing nothing. At the very least it's a job that will give you an income, identity and benefits.
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>>61038735
They also like military over civilians because even if your resume doesn't line up as well as a civilian's, they know there's a much better chance of you turning out to be a good employee rather than a criminal, someone who can't follow instructions/listen to management, someone who shirks responsibility, etc. The military teaches a lot of soft skills like that which we often take for granted, but which are not nearly so common among neverserved
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>>61038863
>nah, join any other branch op. marine corps is under funded and 0311s/ conventional infantry hasn't seen combat since like 2010 so nobody knows how to really train.

Fuck that all other branches are pussy ass branches, who don’t EARN the title of marine. fuckin proud to leave for the island soon. Bet you didn’t even serve or a POG
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>>61025056
If you're joining as a grunt, 28 is way too old, you're gonna be hanging out with retarded 19 year olds

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How would YOU contest a nato dominated baltic sea as russia?
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>>61031262
OOK OOK NOOK NOOK
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>>61044876
For this to work, you would have to systematically annihilate the entire country and begin again
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>>61044876
>political and economic liberty to generate a wave of hope which will unfuck Russia's demography
Not sure that would work
Most first world countries have those liberties and they are demographically fucked too
There a very few ways to fix the demographics of any country imo
>Mass immigration (Line goes up, but the country is screwed long term)
>Banning birth control (''worked'' in Communist Romania; but kids ended up in terrible state orphanages since the parents were too poor to take care of them)
>Spread religious fanaticism (Orthodox jews are already becoming the majority in Israel because the other sects don't have enough kids)
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>>61044081
Especially when you have to deal with hungry Polar Bears too.
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>>61031409
A better idea would be to have Kaliningrad be the capital of the EU or be the new NATO headquarters and build a proper military facility where the Americans can just fuck around... send the Russians back to Russia.


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