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Assault motorbike with the cope anti-drone net.
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>>61482506
The hint of a swastika is so kino

Love how it makes vatniks seethe
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>>61476781
Two words, Rape Drone
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>>61489590
>requires blood. when equipped to primary weapon, +25% CRT chance to Z-type enemies, 7d cooldown. Scales with FTH
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>>61489749
Shouldn't satanic magic heal ziggers instead of damaging them? Sounds counter-productive.
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>>61489757
They seem to think otherwise or exist in denial that they're really not that bad guys
>except god gave up on them because they're unforgivable filthy heretics

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlbmK1DH2A0

What's your thought on CTM-290? Poland will be mass producing this soon.
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>>61489205
Because krauts fear rightful retribution that awaits them when we will deal with rusniggers. Entire germany, france and uk will be nothing more than a pile of rubble
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>>61487103
An Iskander equivalent? Wow man that's like a game changer and they will mass produce 50 of them, damn!
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>>61488570
gookshill showed up yesterday and his posting style is vastly different from the fartsniffer.we are most likely dealing with a certain pole who has germany living rent free inside his head(he has been shilling Korean stuff for months and his posting style matches the usual pattern/time schedule.
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>>61489361
>gookshill showed up yesterday and his posting style is vastly different from the fartsniffer.we are most likely dealing with a certain pole who has germany living rent free inside his head(he has been shilling Korean stuff for months and his posting style matches the usual pattern/time schedule.
Take your meds, schizo.
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>>61487228
>>"Wow, must be germans and not people getting tired of [insert country of choice] spamming their shit
Yeah, because only BURGER or GERM MIC shit being spammed on /k/ (for years) is allowed... FUCK OFF.

AK General /akg/
Like New In Box Edition
>Thread #2021

Old thread here >>61447841
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>>61488453
Thank God someone with sense chimes in rather than the usual shit we hear. People deify old AKs like they can do no wrong.
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>>61488453
thanks, I guess I got caught up in the hype train >>61488583 mentioned. I do like the idea of chrome lined chf but I guess you can get a wasr for that and ritz it up with a modern stock and fore end for way less and just leave that for collectors.
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>>61488591
Yeah the only reason people want Chinese stuff is collector value because its uncommon now. The high price tag doesn't mean higher quality past a certain threshold and chink guns are way over that threshold
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>>61481702
handguard is new and the dust cover is supposed to be reinforced
>>61481981
they bought the TDP
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>>61488020
AOA has new production romanian kits

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why is everything russian military faulty,breaking down,rusty,outdated,incompetent
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>>61475169
>I really need an explanation as to why the Ukies keep retreating.
Because they value preserving their own forces rather than the idea of sacrificing tens of thousands of men for single-digit square miles of ground. They leave that latter bit to the ziggers.
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>>61480806
Nope. Try again, Indiana vatnigger. Also, nice samefagging.
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>>61488108
That’s just projection and you (should) know it. Ukrainian defensive strategy has been not-one-step-back dogged defense for the entire war. At no time have they willingly traded land for anything and have only retreated when the situation was untenable. Avdiivka was literally in the middle of collapsing before high command ordered a retreat. They’ve fought like hell for every inch.
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>>61475169
The bad guy always wins in the first two acts. It's like how Voldemort collected almost all of the Infinity Stones before Spiderman discovered his weakness.
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>>61475076

AK is good.

Grenades work.

RPG / ATGM work.

Tanks while deathtraps if hit do work well enough that provide about the same use as western counterparts to the battlefield. Both get fucked by mines and artillery just the same.

BMP/BTR are inferior to Bradleys but nonetheless do their job.

Planes and choppers work but are very outdated and outclassed.

SAMs work well against anything not super modern.

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/ukraine-uses-long-range-missiles-163218186.html

>Biden signs the aid package
>Ukraine IMMEDIATELY starts using the ones they had already snuck in ahead of time

Sorry, vatniks, turns out the amount of time you had before the fresh supplies arrived was actually no time at all!
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>>61488718
>Is this bitch genuinely mentally ill or something?
Anon, I…
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>>61488726
>Have you no compassion for your fellow man?
Fellow man, yes. Russians, no.
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>>61486333
that dumb fatass got mistaken as a spy, tortured and killed by the same savages he shilled and "fought" for.
pathetic but well earned.
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>>61489026
Honestly they probably did both forms of rape, in what order is up to debate.
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>>61488748
Would be hilarious.

>Hey Zangief you're Russian right? the Russian bear and all!
>Ackshually I am of Ukrainian, but former President of Soviet Union Gorbachev said it would work betters if I am of pretending to be Russian.
>So how do you feel about the war in Ukr-
>Cлaвa Укpaїнi!

And then the Capcom servers got hacked.

>Mig 25
>no cannon/gun
>tiny control surfaces relative to the plane so not maneuverable
>literally the closest jet visually to a flying brick
>americans saw this and were shook to their core which led them to make the f15
There's no fucking way it wasn't just the MIC hyping up the soviets to fleece the US out of taxpayer money.
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>>61489356
So you're tourists cheerleading for your favorite team, yes, we know this. But why are you spouting this stupid shit? Do you know, practically, how a MiG-25 would be used in the era or how it would be used now?
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>>61488364
One of the premier interceptors of the era and a tactical recon bird that was untouchable by anything other than an F-15.
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>no cannon/gun
How would they know this from satellite pictures?
And why would it really matter? The F-4, the US premier fighter at the time, didn't have a gun either.

>tiny control surfaces relative to the plane so not maneuverable
Not true at all, it has a very large all moving tail and two big vertical stabilisers

>literally the closest jet visually to a flying brick
The silhouette is visually similar to the F-15, it's clearly mostly (massive) engines with decent sized wings, which is what convinced analysts that it was an unprecedented high performance fighter.

The reason that the MiG-25 was underwhelming compared to US expectations was that it was made entirely of steel as a measure to help manage thermal loads, as opposed to much lighter aluminium alloy like a conventional fighter.
This made it very heavy compared to it's size resulting in much higher wing loading and much lower thrust to weight than they judged from satellite photos.

The MiG-25 as a result had pretty terrible energy and handling characteristics as a fighter, but the Soviets had only intended for it to be an ultra high speed interceptor.
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>>61489387
What do you mean 'you' nigger, you asked a question and I answered. People can watch missiles launched from S-400s circle back and hit their own launchers on mainstream news. This deeply affects how people think about soviet and russian equipment.
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>>61488395
Get off internet every once in a while then you stupid nigger.

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*Outmaneuvers your plane*
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>>61430169
>OutmanAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKK-
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>>61488650
>At the expense of being made of paper and being unable to communicate because lolnoradios? Yes
>Every single Zero built is an A6M2 and they never made any changes to it past 1940
Ok retard
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>>61487878
>for a carrier fighter
this is the niche I was talking about, fuckwit
Japan went all-in on sooperdooper longrange flimsy carrier fighters when an intermediate-range fighter with better protection would have been much better
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>>61468150
>misses by miles at altitude due to literal divine wind
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>>61487224
>yeah so a few months after Japan joined then
if you're going to be retarded, announce so at the top of your post so I don't waste time reading anything.

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Are the bigger ones like Buds, MidwayUSA, Brownells, Guns.com really any good? The only time I've ever bought a gun to ship to an FFL it was PSA, and it was a good experience. A new range just opened near me, and they're technically a gun store, and they do transfers for $15. I feel like I should take advantage of this to get the online deals I always hear about, but I'm not sure what are the best places.
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>>61486091
they let poors do layaway
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>>61486091
It's either their website has extremely poor security/encryption or there's someone employed over there who steals credit card info and it's been happening for more than a year now.
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>>61487147
I'm glad I never got anything from them now
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>>61473424
KYGUNCO

Kentucky Gun Company
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>>61486104
Worst thing is they had the absolutely best prices compared to everyone else in the country for the mags I needed. Didn't contact them. Sucked that it took so long but I guess it was worth the savings. Probably won't order from them again unless it's for something I won't need for quite a while.

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>extremely rare WW2 vintage DC-4 crashed in Alaska
>"""coincidentally""" captured on camera despite being in bum fuck Alaska

is it just me or does it look like a missile hit the engine?
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>>61484018
>>61484499
I have to assume you're trolling, or perhaps just retarded (maybe both). The crew called that they had problems and needed to return well before they lost their engine.
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>>61486124
>>t. aircraft maintainer
you should make a thread one day for the fellow plane autists, I would like reading it (:
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>>61484133
>there are people living in a place called Eek
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>>61484048
indians the gypsies of north america
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>>61485387
All heavy equipment is thesus'd when in service long enough. The answer to the riddle is that yes, it's the same ship, stop overthinking it.

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British 10/22 Edition

Previous: >>61371695
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>>61487932
>allen set screws
why did they use the literal worst screw head type
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I just wish there was a lever action 22 that would work with a suppressor. TFW been in jail for almost 5 months and niggaz be getting 3 day approvals. So I need a bolt action 22, I'm trying to figure out what to go with that's around $400.
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>>61488180
scroll up
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>>61481923
A couple o companies make integrally supressed standard 10/22 barrels. I think they have a diameter similar to bull barrels so getting a stock should be easy
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>>61483490
I've never done it but how does the TD forend attach to the barrel? Probably some fitting around the chamber if the TD barrels are any fatter. Probably need to do some fitting and shaping around the TD parts and screws that don't normally exist. Need to make a pointed head (transfer) screw to transfer the screw hole location under the barrel to attach the forend. That's as easy as buying the same size screw as the one under the barrel from Lowes (~$2.xx), grinding the head down, putting it in a drill head out and spinning it against a bench grinder or file to get a somewhat concentric point. File down flats on either side to make it able to be wrenched/pliers'd out. At least that's how I'd transfer the mark. Luckily that slot the TD lever goes in looks like it's similar to the scallop in front of the magwell so you can copy it pretty easy. Most easy would be to buy the TD version of that stock lol. If they still make it hopefully they make a TD version. My stock is about $200 something and I'm sure the TD version is similar. I'd rather just buy another in TD version than potentially fuck mine up and have to re-finish whatever I touched.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-n1CLkabvI

>>61488148
It could be worse. MUCH worse. Allen > Philips every fucking day for something I'll be screwing in more than once.

>>61488180
>>61451804
Henry. YWN a loading gate .22 ever though.

>>61488668
IDK I just think it looks neat. Wondering if the huge volume makes it any better than any other .22 silencer.

That's some retarded nomenclature
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>>61481210
>This is a .303
>but it's actually .310 in diameter
>This makes it the same diameter as 7.62x39 and 7.62x54R which are both also .310
>but not 7.62x51, because that's .308 in diameter
>.308? Well that's .308 in diameter silly :)
This is why American science is the best in the world
>inb4 well aktually it's because .303 is the interior diameter of the barrel before rifling is cut bla bla bla
I don't care, and I will not tolerate any euro apologism itt. And don't you dare bring up 45acp/lc vs .45-70 that is a completely different thing and is based fuck you fuck you.
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>>61487755
Tarnished legacy
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>>61488317
.38 special thoughever
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>>61481210
>semi-automatic shotgun
>magazine capacity: 1
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>>61488639
yeah wtf were they thinking

You now remember the DOD made Khakis in ACU cuts for deploying civilians.
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>>61488894
>>61489050
not that jihadis care about shooting civilians, but why would you want your non combatants to wear the same outfit as a soldier? why not just khakis and a polo?
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>>61488822
Afrika Korps?
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>>61489288
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>>61489288
Because its alot more simple and having an issued uniform makes it less of a hassle when it comes to logistics, especially if they are working at a base or something. They are the closest thing to a protective uniform.
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>>61488822
looks kinda cool never seen it before
but desu it give them like a field grey color to look a bit more different than soldiers

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Serious question,
Everyone has been talking about how the Ukrainians have been short on artillery shells which is a problem that might be solved within the next few months as production slowly ramps up.

However what I have noticed in recent video is that Ukrainian minefields appear much less dense than before.

Also I noticed that most western countries agreed several years ago not to make landmines anymore, effectively banning themselves from making landmines and permanently shutting down all factories. This is in particular true for anything smaller than anti tank mines.

So I am wondering
1) is Ukraine still well stocked with landmines and it's just having issues to deploy them as densely as before or they are running short?

2) which countries friendly to Ukraine still make landmines? (Anti personnel in particular)

3) is it hard to get a landmines factory up and running? Will the wester politicians which are very sensitive to the optics and country image even allow it? (Imagine decades from now images of kids with blown up feet and X country landmine blamed for it, as it always happens)

4) how the Ukrainians and the Russians have improved their tactics to deal with minefields? Did this war bring some improved tactics or new equipment?

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Ukraine inherited a massive stockpile of land mines from the Soviet Union. They supposedly destroyed a massive amount of their anti personnel mines due to their signature on the Ottawa treaty. That being said, they have received land mines from the US, France, Estonia, Sweden and the UK. It’s unlikely these countries will continue to produce mines or set up factories due to the political implications; but many of them still have large stockpiles destined for destruction so offloading them to someone else is likely a safer move politically.
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>>61488380
Clearance also becomes an issue as both sides of the front are under constant watch, GPR can and has worked in the past but is difficult to implement if you have to worry about the FPV swarm.
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>>61488380

Do any of the countries you mentioned still make AP mines? I don't know if they even make at mines any longer.

I think that the legal framework for making a landmine factory in the west is just blocking any possibility for manufacturing as of now.

The laws would need changing.

However I reckon it would be a great businesses opportunity exactly because the legal hurdles make competition artificially scarce.
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Any new developments on Anti mines strategy?

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>The Canadian military plans to destroy 11,000 of its Second World War-era pistols by the end of this year. The move comes as the Canadian Army has confirmed it has received the final deliveries of a new 9-mm pistol as part of a $19.4-million project. The military purchased the P320, which is being distributed to units. It replaces the Hi-Power pistol that has been used by the Canadian Forces for decades.
God damn fucking leafs. They belong in a a museum and in my hands! Sell them to the US you fucks!
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>>61487937
Well sir, I'll let you know we went to Romania for 9 months, having to deal with the great dangers of drunk privates, no Walmart (AGHAST?!), getting my thumb lodged up my ass, REPEATEDLY, and Romanian Hookers giving guys the clap.

As well as me having to console most of the married guys about their wife's fucking Jamal stateside the second they got on a plane.
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>>61486705
>Watch, in a few years they'll stop selling government vehicles and start just crushing them. A politician might even film a video where a V8 taxpayer-funded surplus truck is crushed and then they/them drives away on some faggot bicycle
I think you are right, sadly. I'm just kind of shocked they didn't send them to Ukraine kek. I bet the Ukies don't have time to sift thru the number of them that are clapped out beyond repair.
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>>61487165
The government would rather give a set of Quad NVDs to Abdul the goat fucker for free, instead of even selling it to American civilians on the surplus market.

let alone all the money and equipment we sent to Ukraine and Israel, at least the Ukrainians are killing Russians for us, and it's substantially cheaper to do it this way instead of fighting the Russians down the road, as well as getting less Americans killed.

But I'm cautiously optimistic that Israel does not need substantial monetary support to dunk on some illiterate Palestinian fucks.
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>>61486191
>What glock didnt have is the lowest bid
That is an ever so slightly important thing
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>>61489509
Is this an AI post or something? What the fuck does this have to do with discussion about Sig triggers

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A thread for the discussion of making and shooting your own hot loads.
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>>61488336
i have like 9k of these things, kek. you think actually lightly flattening them would improve reliability or reduce it by kind of pushing the compound around.
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This weekends test rounds. 148 grain hardcast 38 special, starting at 3.8 grains of unique, going up to 5. Looking forward to seeing how they do. Got another 1k 148 grain hardcast bullets so…. Once I find one I like I plan on loading a bunch.

Out of curiosity these are crimped on the cannelure and are all right at 1.478 oal. I might be able to lengthen them a bit before I run out of cannelure, would that make much of a difference or is it not something I need to really worry to much about. Couldn’t find exact load data for 148 grain hardcasts, so I used the data for 150 grain hardcasts of a similar profile and didn’t go to the max..
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Is federal brass soft? Had an extractor rip the rim off the case instead of pulling it back. Case wasn't stuck at all, but I suppose heat and expansion could explain that.
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>>61489080
What cartridge was it? I find that federal brass is the best 9mm, 45ACP, 38spl, and 308 brass, but that's all I have experience with.
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>>61485727
The Lee ram prime is great especially in the current primer drought, eh shoves in any LR primer in any case and doesn't afraid of anything


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