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>HK SLA- oh fuck
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>>61033636
This is why you don't get Turkshit.
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>>61033774
YOU HAVE FUCKING 7?
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>>61033731
true admirer of german craftmanship would own a german Warwick, not that meme trite plank
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>>61033636
>airsoft toy
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umarex strikes again

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Trade, create, and sell your patches!
Post good design ideas and maybe a patch store will make them.

>Last Thread
>>60845110
>Where can I buy that sweet patch/ find patches?
https://patchfeed.com/patch-seller-list/

>Classic Pastebin
https://pastebin.com/cXZTGafD(2016)

>other lists
https://hackmd.io/@Patchboi/PatchThread(2021)
https://hackmd.io/@chef5estrela/ByQJ8OFtn(2023)
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>>61029108
who
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>>61033225
one of the arrows is the wrong way.
FUCK IM SO STUPID
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>>61033225
hwait a minute this isn't up up down down left right left right
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>Skinwalkersupply website is gone.
>Get depressed.
>Finally had the money to get a couple.
>Try several times, from several different links including my own bookmark.
>Try again a few days later.
>Back again.

We're gonna make it after all.
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>>61036844
I need another spongebob patch from him.

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>Image Limit Reached >Last Thread >>61024430
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>>61034088
Thanks for the actual advice anon it means a lot.
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New amazing pictures.
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@61036132
Some of us just like when plane go woosh
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>Grobnikovich please splash water on floor so we can has reflection
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>>61036132
Why do you visit reddit?
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>>61027568
as long as they keep gobbling up what little money vatniks have they can fly as many of them as they want. Occasionally cruise missile spam originating from them is a small price to pay given how inaccurate their stone age electronics are anyway.

most DPS comes from glide bombs which are launched from smaller fighter bombers anyway
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>>61031435
>those 2 floor Harris Teeters or Whole Foods
>posted Target
lol
But, also yes. Just within a 1 mile from me I have Teeter and Target that is 2 floor, so I don't know what is Trucker problem

Why can't all ammo be produced as a fin stabilized sabot round? If it were you could fire everything from a 12ga smooth bore. You could own one gun and use it for everything. Just carry different rounds for different seasons.
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I had an idea for a 12ga plastic slug that's hollowed out and filled with some kind of explosive filler (either high or low, preferably low for my intended application) and an impact fuze on the end. The idea being that the projectile will explode very early upon making contact with anything, creating a very loud and scary but reletively harmless explosion near or on a target that will scare them off. I've been thinking about making a better alternative to dangerous game slugs, something to harmlessly scare them away so that nature enthusiasts like myself can observe them without being either myself or then in danger
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>>61035795
i think blanks would pretty much serve your purpose. if it's close enough to be dangerous, it's probably close enough to be scared of by the loud bang. if it isn't scared by that, light pain and a bigger surprise would probably only make things worse
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>>61035795
Slugs like that were used for dangerous game hunting back in the days before smokeless powder.

This is a famous example.
>Among other weapons, I had an extraordinary rifle that carried a half-pound percussion shell—this instrument of torture to the hunter was not sufficiently heavy for the weight of the projectile; it only weighed twenty pounds: thus, with a charge of ten drachms [270 grains] of powder, behind a half-pound shell, the recoil was so terrific, that I spun around like a weathercock in a hurricane. I really dreaded my own rifle, although I had been accustomed to heavy charges of powder, and severe recoil for some years. None of my men could fire it, and it was looked upon with a species of awe, and it was named "Jenna-El-Mootfah" (Child of a Cannon) by the Arabs, which being far too long a name for practice, I christened it the "Baby;" and the scream of this "Baby" loaded with a half-pound shell was always fatal. It was far too severe, and I very seldom fired it, but it is a curious fact, that I never fired a shot with that rifle without bagging: the entire practice, during several years, was confined to about twenty shots. I was afraid to use it; but now and then it was absolutely necessary that it should be cleaned, after months of staying loaded. On such occasions my men had the gratification of firing it, and the explosion was always accompanied by two men falling on their backs (one having propped up the shooter), and the "Baby" flying some yards behind them. This rifle was made by Holland & Holland, of Bond Street, and I could highly recommend it for the Goliath of Gath, but not for the men of A.D. 1866.
>Sir Samuel White Baker
>The Albert N'Yanza, Great Basin Of The Nile, p. 138, Macmillan, 1866
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>>61036703
Here's a page from The Gun and Its Development by W. W. Greener showing how they were made.
These fell out of favor for hunting when smokeless powder came on the scene.

> but reletively harmless explosion near or on a target that will scare them off.
"Bird Bangers" exist for shotguns already. They are basically loud firecrackers that can be fired out of a shotgun. They have an internal fuse so they don't need to hit anything. And like the other anon said, there's always blanks.

Personally, I think the idea is silly. Let's think about the situation: you're near enough to dangerous animals that they are a risk, now you want to go setting off loud noises which might very well spook the animal? I think I'd want a lethal weapon in my hands if that sort of nonsense was going to go down. What if the animal gets mad and charges you instead of running off? In that situation, do you want a lethal cartridge in your rifle or do you want a non-lethal noisemaker? You can always fire a real cartridge at the ground or miss deliberately if you think that making noise is a wise move.
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>>61026556
There ain't enough finns

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what if there was a single gun that could shoot every single caliber in existence without swapping barrels or recievers?

basically you'd have a variable rifling channel that can be adjusted by receding a grid of blocks approximating the specific groove pattern into the barrel. it could even be set to a smooth bore configuration.

you then have the radius of the barrel increase or decrease by using a gear cam mechanism attached to interlocking segments of the barrel.
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wide smooth bore barrel
rifled bullet cartridges
do with that info as you will
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>>61035802
Carbon nano tubes and LK99
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>>61035758
I guess it's not happening without nanotech like in sci-fi. That many moving parts on a small mechanism while remaining sturdy?
I imagine a new insanely reliable, cheap and intuitive system for changing barrels or recievers is more attainable.
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>>61035758
>>61036587

so, a green latern power ring.

idunno, then you would have a weapon at all times?
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>>61036735
More like you have a regular gun with a computer that adjusts parts as needed within the frame.
I believe not even the most insane warmonger general would believe this is worth the money. Like a last gen airfighter carried by a squishy meatsack, not vice versa.

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You lazy fucks are just letting the old thread die edition

Post precision/long range rifles. Discuss optics, rifles, cartridges, shooting tips, etc.
>some basic resources
https://pastebin.com/2PDnG8MF
>previous thread
>>60950865
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>>61034485
Tuners in the sense of moving a mass back and forth thousandths of an inch at a time is pure BS. In some cases (if your barrel has an upward curve to it) hanging a mass on the front of your barrel can help to straighten it and make the overall system more accurate. This effect can cause some people to think the barrel tuner helped them when in fact it was addressing a separate issue. Jeff Siefert did extensive modeling of this and Jayden Quinn ran physical experiments and they both came to this same conclusion.

tl;dr it's BS
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>>61035389
introduce those variations and see. it's not like it costs extra time vs. just loading and shooting without exploring.
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>>61035098
what's your budget?
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>>61036360
depends how much of a difference it makes? I'd say 2-3k ?
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>>61033913
> -never de-copper the bore of an accurate barrel - if it needs copper remover it's not an accurate barrel, and if you remove copper from an accurate barrel you make an inaccurate barrel.
You know I used to never clean the copper out of my barrel and I had a pretty accurate rifle. Then I started cleaning all the copper out after every outing and maybe even cleaning the carbon out mid day if I was shooting a bunch and I had good groups. Bench rest guys who are shooting tiny tiny groups at 1000 clean the ever living fuck out of their guns. Does it really matter ?

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Post and rate each others collection and suggest anon's next purchase. Noguns steer clear.
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>>61034770

Actaully it was a matter of perfect timing, a gunshop here ordered a couple PRI mk12 mod0 gen1 and i snatched one of these, and a suppressor company based in Zurich made a limited run of ops inc can clones because i believe the owner of the company has a mk12 as well and i could get my hands on one of these. The arms mounts i got on charlies custom clone using easy export so overall a very straight forward path for what could have been a very labor/paperwork intensive project. Wasn’t cheap though but out here it’s definetly a showstopper
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>>61036678
riddle me this, swiss. Why is it that your country will send me ammo and a rifle in a week with the EU gun card thing but your websites can't for the love of God ship me a fucking mp5 flashlight?
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>>61036649

I would say it’s about 30% less muzzle flip so pretty good, when i installed it my recoil spring already had somewhere between 12 to 15k rounds through it so i did not have any failure to eject or to feed, but on a brand new spring you might get some ftf fte
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>>61036724

If it’s an american product there might be an end user agreement or a non reexport clause. Or most likely they wont bother for little money

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/k/'s opinion on weaponized animals?
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>>61023217
>Using dogs as plausibly deniable abuse-by-proxy tools is nigger behavior.
Yet all dog owners do this. In fact rural white trash are the worst offender for this sort of thing.
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>>61029140
everything about cats is meant to fuck shit up
>good ears
>good eyes
>fangs, claws
>camouflage
>agilitly
>merciless killing instinct
cats are the perfect land based predator
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>>61023528
> I'm so fucking terrified of dogs it's unreal
Why? A “big” dog is like 80lbs. Any not fat adult male should be able to solo a dog. And no, pits aren’t bulletproof or unkillable either. They are dumb and don’t quit when seriously injured.
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>>61036551
I am not scared of the dog.
I am scared of the owner suing me for killing his worthless shitstain animal.
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>>61036551
Largest mastiffs and other such breeds break the 200lbs limit. Largest dogs are bigger than largest wolves.

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I think even if actual battletech BattleMechs actually came out irl, they would be about as useful as the tank or IFV. Sure both would have upsides and downsides, but for the most part, whoever detects first, and consequently whoever fires first, hits first, penetrates first, kills first, is the winner. Which means mechs would get incapacitated from one shot... Just like tanks do irl.
I think this is way cooler than ablative armor which takes a million years to kill each other in introtech. I especially hate people who insist on banning through armor criticals.
Obviously if a mech gets penetrated its going to die.
Also, drone mechs are way better than manned mechs. Not in battletech of course, because the people who make the game are stupid doodooheads.
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>>61036498
Yeah but in real life we have targeting systems that actually work unlike Battletech, so you'd just ram a APFSDS round though its centre mass each and every time and crit/disable its reactor and then its just a ragdoll piece of shit collapsing under its own stupid weight.
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>>61036392
You got kicked out because you weren't a fun opponent. Remember that it is a game and you're not climbing some ELO ladder to be the best there ever was. You're playing with a small group of friends that want some sporting fun.

Don't blame them for tiring of your stale gimmick.
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>>61036501
The strength enhancement to carry a load and run faster without tiring is better than the armor gained. Even if you can facetank a .30cal GPMG, AP .50cal, or grenade shrapnel you really don't want to test it.
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>>61036518
Iirc insetting everyone just has top tier EW capabilities leading to shit targeting and absurdly short distances as lore explanation for the gameplay.
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>>61036605
ah yes, the gundam excuse.

How do belts compare bags for shotgun shells? Bags are probably better tactically but belts are just cool
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>>61034883
Gyno, It can’t be that bad
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>>61034760
>no starch
>no cream
>more fruit
>1-2% milk
I disagree with these, but the rest are good advice. No starch should be 'nothing from grains' like bread, pasta, cereal, and rice. Starch is in some good shit, like chickpeas and some potatoes. Fruit is full of sugar and something like a banana is pretty much a candy bar and not that nutritious.
Cream and real milk are full of fat, but far doesn't make you fat. Filling up on kefir in the morning is fine and a good breakfast. Cheese is deceptively calorie dense and an easy to way to overeat. So are nuts.
And then the other thing is that the hardest thing about diet is keeping to it. Saying >no more sugar is nice, but most people will fail that after a week due to cravings, and then the whole diet will fall apart.
There's this one diet that you do 6 days of strict dieting, and then do one day of pigging out. You can't do that much damage in one day (just try to eat 50 eggs) and it gives you a reward to look forward to and doesn't give you the mindset of 'if I fail once then I may as well drop the damn thing entirely'. I generally stick to that.
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>>61034737
Aside from everything that has been posted already, eat less and accept being hungry from time to time. Your previous lifestyle was you living on credit and accruing a, caloric, debt. You will have to spend the future living frugal and paying it of and even afterwards you can never return to that lifestyle without ending up in debt again.
Hunger isn't always caused by a need for food, it cn be fuel to tiredness, boredom, habit, thirst etc. Futhetmore hunger occurs cyclically and will drop of after a while of one endures.

>>61036545
>but far doesn't make you fat
Agreed but because fat has such a high caloric density it is easier to lose weight by cutting down on it, always aim for some fat though it is essential to live.

>You can't do that much damage in one day
Correct,the human body has issues digesting more than ca. 10.000 kcal in a timespan of 24 hours, with the rest just passing through. So at worst you negate the effort of a week of dieting.
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>>61034330
fpbp

The miles-longs columns of tanks. The fleets of helicopters carrying out massed air assaults. And then, that mirage of Russian strength began to evaporate and finally disappeared altogether.

Was it the same for you guys? What was the point you realized your preconceived notions of the Russian Bear were based on lies?
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>>61027678
coal
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>>61030720
>You didn't destabilize shit, gringo.
Wait, a mexican ISN'T blaming the US for his country being a violent shithole? Stop the presses.
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>>61018743

They have to presumably either sneak them into launch sites within Russia or are launching them from the border and have to manually pilot them for the better part of a day to reach their target
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>>61023547
The redditization of the war and its consequences...
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>>61034078
Mexican problems led to the US getting so large in the first place

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budget flashlight recs? One with teeth (crenellated bezels) for impact, if possible
I heard about nitecore p10i/p20i's, but they apparently have PROPRIETARY fucking batteries, which sucks and I won't be buying them
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>>60974908
anon, be real, you're not climbing k2 in the winter, a chink knockoff would probably be fine for just about everyone on Earth desu
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>>61035575
>you will never [x] so garbage is good enough
I swear to god brownoids gotta stay in their chug and slide threads and chill with their zigger-esque “just good enough” cope. You’re brown and poor, and you will never experience quality.

>>61031623
Seems like the handheld LEP market isn’t too mature just yet. Feels like we’re in comparable times to the 2012 LED flashlight market. It is very cool technology but isn’t established enough to replace LED just yet. I do also think LEP and LED will have to co-exist for some time due to their rather varying use-cases due to the extremely narrow beam of the LEP and comparatively not-super-high lumens output. I’m >>61022137 and >>61019303 and I’m pretty much at this point only interested to see what it can do comparatively to LED, before being able to form an opinion if it has any place for a prepared individual as a “must own” piece of equipment. So it doesn’t have the same standard to quality at this point as only a technology demonstrator.
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>>61036150
Meant to tag >>61035538 instead of >>61031623
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>>61036150
Bro, I know chink flashlights suck, but you have Ukraine war brain rot. There are probably meds for whatever your issue is.
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>>60974908
Kek imagine the marketing boardroom where they came up with the phrase "crenelated bezel"

the city/town/village/whatever you live in is being bombed and invaded by some country. realistically, what do you do?
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>>61036462
ok, vatnik
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>>61036462
>Russians never came
Russians never made it.
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I live approximately two hours from Fort Bragg.
My homies in the green berets got me. That’s literally their job.
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>>61036496
This actually happened tho, it was an anon from here. I was in the thread kek
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>>61036462
this guy was so fucking based, I remember watching Kemono Friends and then watching maidan footage
what a simpler time

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The first gun you ever bought magically transformed into a girl, what's she like?
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>>61025857
TT-33(type 54) my beloved. Most reliable woman I will ever know. Somewhat different to handle.
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>>61025857
What does a police surplus Beretta 92FS look like, is she a cop? I like cop ladies.
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>>61036099
Yes, she looks like picrel
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>>61036127
Shave the mustache and I'm for it.
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>>61032614
what ?
a barebone ugly fun become a barebone ugly girl
my second fun would be much, much, much nicer, a pretty slavic girl


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