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if your training doesn't include simulated malfunctions, you WILL die
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>>61486304
wanna know something spooky OP? if your training does include simulated malfunctions, you WILL ALSO die
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>>61486304
That fucker should be running on a treadmill not practicing malfunctions.
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>>61486410
Well, what are you going to do if a malfunction happens and you haven’t trained for it?
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Tap rack bang
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>>61486304
why dont people ever duck down fully behind cover when doing reloads or clearing malfunctions in training? sure you cant see them, but you should know where an enemy is at all the time and know when they're moving based on hearing aswell
>>61486729
i agree, duds are usually the best, but i would also include objects that fit in the magazine but cant properly feed, i've had malfunctions where the extractor doesnt properly catch on the casing and it stovepipes, requiring me to hold the bolt back and try to jiggle it out of the action or remove the magazine

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I think it would be neat if you had a gun. You could kill yourself instead of making these threads.
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>>61485162
serious question: why is it so chonky? it's like the ACR with dad-bod
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>>61487894
right? It looks like it would handle like sheet of plywood
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>>61487894
>>61487947

It feels fine in person. It's not super sleek like modern AR platforms but it's 100% fine.
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>>61487894
pasta storage

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my eyes need candy. bonus for rare guns.
>not my picture
Q- Where the fuck do i get 6.5JAP?!?!?. ive been looking into getting an arisaka, kind of a "one that got away" gun. saw one with the chrysanthemum at a gun shop for 700. didn't buy it.
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>>61481300
>It's an M9-QD

That's sick. Any plans to put the slide stop on there or are you going to leave it as is?
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>>61484749
He tried, the one machine shop offering it ghosted him >>61479944

I think another anon was going to make a 3d printed approach using a railed frame so the hinge system just slides on
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post eargesplitten loudenboomer
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>>61444123
Contributing
I need to find a better background
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>>61488197
bump for this

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Who would have had the most fucked up PTSD?
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>>61488598
>Yankee

It is my absolute delight that the ethnic cleansing of Asia will occur in my lifetime.
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>>61488709
What the fuck level of bot post is this?
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>>61475128
>Country founded by rebels and traitors
>Venerates rebels and traitors (until niggers like (you) started bitching)
>Buck broken foriegners and nigger loving yankee faggots seethe about it endlessly
Shut the fuck up, pablo. Its not your history anyway.
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>>61475157
It was so awful. I'm currently transcribing Grant's memoirs and he understates everything but sometimes the emotion bleeds through:
"But as my object was one of humanity, men of both armies laying dead and dying between the lines I was not disposed to stand on any point of [intelligible] [...] finally Lee [assented to this]; but delays in transmitting the correspondence brought it to the 7th of June, – forty-eight hours after it commenced – before parties were got out to [collect the men left upon the field. In the mean time all but two of the wounded had died.]"
>>61475488
"God help the men that lie under that."
"...They're Turks."
"God help them."
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>>61487066
They aren't. They're jewish, just like capitalists. How about neither, fag?

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How much of a LARP are these guys? I work with a member and he is adamant that if I ever wanted to become a licensed pilot I have to do it young, because you might get a heart attack or something in the air. I hold my tongue because he’s very senior to me, but my name is on some Ivy Law papers about the FAA and I got rejected by Air Force OTS. Seems like a lot of weird gatekeeping going on.
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>>61479618
I was in a cadet squadron as a teenager, it was cool when I was 13 but increasingly cringe from the age of 14 on until I dropped out. Gathering ground for kids even too autistic to be in Boy Scouts. The SAR stuff was about the only cool thing, but I never got to actually do any of it, just do exercises. My dad was a senior member and he was in it way too long because no one else as willing to do any squadron leadership. Should have never joined.
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>>61479618
My experience with CAP was pretty awesome desu. We had access to training and qualifications in a bunch of cool stuff. There was a one week SERE and land nav course, there was three inividual days/levels of demolitions and EOD type stuff. Basically everyone got range time with old M16A1s. There was a parachutist training camp thing where you got to make 4 jumps. We even had a Cessna 172 rigged up to drop chalk bags for a "bombing range" activity. My squadron had thermals and NVGs for SAR missions, wildfires and manhunts. We flew around in an AC-130 once and some cadets even got to ride shotgun in an F-16B one time. There was a cadet CrossFit and BJJ club, too, but that wasn't officially CAP. Some of the less exciting quals were things like languages and aircraft mechanics stuff, amateur radio communications, making shit up to fuck with anons, and photo reconnaissance/analysis. Overall, awesome experience.
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>>61479618
You’ve published on an Ivy League’s law review and were denied an officer commission? You’re either fat as fuck or diagnosed schizo.
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>>61479618
I was a cadet when I was a kid. I joined when I was 13 and did it up until I went in the real air force. I had a blast. I did a cadet survival school that had actual PJs and combat controllers teaching us basic innawoods skills and shit. Did a whole lot of rucking, got to shoot some cool funz and they even had an FBI HRT team cone and do some live fire CQB demos for us and got to finger fuck their equipment. Got to go see some cool shit at Andrews AFB and even got a tour of Aberdeen Proving Ground once. Had a great time in it. Thought about going back as a senior member just t help out but I dont have time with my job. CAP was fun
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>>61479618
Mission pilots are a legit way to build hours and then there is the flying boyscout side which is all moms and their autist kids. They don't mix much, go to separate meetings (if the mission pilots attend at all, which is rare) etc. Really only opens up after you have your PPL won't help much before that. After that it's a good gig though. Wet plane rental costs are super cheap and you can build mad hours just doing radio repeat. Never associate with the autist JROTC AF groups besides the senpai rides though, they are mucho cringo

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Find a cooler ship design. I'll wait.
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>>61470594
and its cooler cousin
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>>61488170
>white bat

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Does anyone have the screencaps of the old Fark post where someone claimed to have worked on a project where the feds figured out space travel using bose-einstein condensates? I've been looking around everywhere with no luck.

My own contribution is this if you've never head of it

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MARAUDER
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>>61487730
Realistically, we can expect not only the application of the disclosure penalties for the "Invention Secrecy Act" and concurrent application of the "Atomic Energy Act". If you believe the hype, the UCMJ allows for extra judicial execution for those required to be in compliance. We all know how much everyone hates ATS/Fark links, but applicable nonetheless
https://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread630313/pg3
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>>61434811
I had broadband internet in 2004 playing counterstrike and enemy territory with 10ping. Which was amazing as in 1999 I had 150ping with dialup I was browsing /s/ in 2005. It was all asian chicks at that time, you had to make a thread dedicated to western girls if you wanted any variety. Everything was fucking asian in 2005.

almost everyone had the internet in 2004.
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>>61487940
>enemy territory

Loved that game. I was a goddamn surgeon with rifle grenades. Remember stile project before it was sold? I remember.
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>>61478706
I don't go on /x/ can I get a quick rundown?
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>>61488376
this is a fake version of it, but there was a real one and any time the real one was posted in a thread it'd get deleted within like 30 seconds. Same thing also happened on /pol/ I think.

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Did F35 btfo AESA radar? I can’t stop thinking about how Israel managed to slip through Iran’s latest radar and bomb their nuclear infrastructure. Could just a few F35 btfo China and Russia who both use AESA?
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>>61486042
Literally no one believes this.
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>>61486042
>3rd strongest military in the world at the time
Delusional
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>>61480644
>>61483253
>>61483450
https://medium.com/war-is-boring/who-shot-down-u-s-navy-pilot-scott-speicher-6455bb966df5

That just fucking happened bro!
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>>61477759
if an F-35 flew directly at a SAM close enough for the pilot to spit on it (maybe like 20 miles), it would be detected and shot down - but all you have to do, is avoid that SAM. if you are given a map of where all the SAMs and ground radars are and it's accurate, you can just chart a route around them that's comfortably far enough away to not be spotted. no country can afford to put a conga line of SAMs 20 miles apart all the way around a border to try to counter this (especially not Iran) and the F-35s can do whatever they want.

I think maybe their only chance would have been finding them using IRSTs on their mig-29s, as I think that is the only plane Iran has that uses them, but IRST also works generally only at very short range vs radar, like strictly visual range only so it would have to be extremely lucky and randomly fly into an F-35 by dumb luck. yet the F-35 would know the MiG was there maybe 150 miles away first. it doesn't even have to down it to nullify the threat, if the F-35 shot at the mig from far away the mig would have try to evade instead of close in on it to get IRST lock.

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Old:>>61484440
Lasers edition.
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Just found out waffle stocks cost more than a CTR stock and people STILL buy them hahah you can't make this shit up
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>>61488820
>waffle stocks cost more than a CTR
Unless they're (verifiably) pulled from M4's off the rack, it has to be madeup
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b-bake
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>>61488983
>>61488983
>>61488983
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>>61488263
bruh, you need to tell me where you got that USP cut RIGHT FUCKING NOW PLEASE

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>maintains an extremely flat trajectory for a handgun round, dropping only 4" at 100yds
>penetrates better than most handgun rounds
>little felt recoil, can easily be shot one-handed
Why the FUCK isn't this round more popular when it's essentially a superior 9mm? Is it just because it's Russian?
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>>61484714
>No one is taking 200 yard pistol shots
I am
for fun
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>>61455401
not all 7.62 tok is steel cased though
>t. brass PPU ammo haver
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>>61486489
>it slows down when it hits something
That's the point.
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>>61488220
The problem is that there's several inches of "something" between the target's skin and the shit you need to actually have an impact on. 1700 fps is really nice, 1500 is decent, and even 1300 is probably beneficial, but an expanding 85gr bullet isn't doing 800 by the time it gets to the other side of the ribs.
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>Tok goes too fast to penetrate well
Bac/k/wards day.

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Well, anons, what are they?
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>>61487372
Adonis
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>>61486707
Best: US Flag thong with matching durag
Worst: Tighty whities
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>>61486707
>best
None
>worst
Everything else
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>>61487230
>open carrying
>brandishing
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I’m debating whether boxer briefs instead of regular boxers for CCW. Feels like boxers just bunch up too much

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What are the tactical benefits of carrying your dog in your hands?
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>>61483774
FPBP
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>>61483603
>>61483624
>breach, woof, and clear
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>>61483140
Coconut corn husky
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>>61483707
>SMOOTH TILES could be here, he said aloud to his dog
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>>61483140
3 pugs duct taped together

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What does /k/ think about painting your guns. I wanted to make my ugly ass Hipoint look ugly in a differnet way. Go with heavy wear SOF 80's throwback aesthetic, or the typical tacticool camo LARP.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAeSKtluE-c

Please post your paintjobs, philosophy on custom jobs, and the horrible curse image paintjobs of others.
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>>61487547
Sure, fuck it. Who cares what you do with your Hi Point Carbine. If you want to do it, do it.
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>>61487547
Big gay unless you're wearing a ghillie suit and being spoopy.
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>>61487622
I still have to drybrush and wash it with Nuln Oil
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>>61487622
>>61487695
jej
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>>61487695
>Not using Enamels, streaking grime and Q-tips to artificially weather it.
Pathetic.

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Leonardo has multiple new guns. Seems they exclusively unveiled them to journos in a sex dungeon though, so we have to do some work to figure out what's what. We've got:

- 20×102 GATLING20
- 30×113 BLAZE30
- 30×173 XGUN

All links in first reply.
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Sweet post man seriously
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>>61484170
>>61484200
Overengineered bullshit
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>>61484205
Could be useful
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>>61484238
>>61484232
>>61484226
Overengineered bullshit
Ain’t gonna get anyone wanting to operate these weapons when maintenance will be beyond operator level
Herbed.
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>>61486784
Are you stupid, rotary guns are used in tons of aircraft and helicopters
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>>61484238
I wonder if EW could reprogram the fuse in-flight
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>>61484205
>>61485900
>>61486753
Funny seeing people seethe about this. I posted this year's ago. 50 is dead. It doesn't make sense anymore. It doesn't have the payload to penetrate APCs, sucks at frag and HE. 338 will replace it where weight matters and 30mm will replace it where it doesn't. It dead.

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DARPA Racer Heavy Platform. He race, and he thicc. Thicc => proper test of autonomy for realboy vehicles.

glamor view https://youtu.be/5t3-eXHC5Zs
cockpit view https://youtu.be/orLa0mBOKHM

>This spring marks the 20th anniversary of DARPA’s pathbreaking Grand Challenge
1980 was 20 years ago actually, thanks.

https://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2024-04-23
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>>61483476
I don't think you understand the point.
Autonomy is the key word and not waypoint shit but looking at the terrain and pathfinding.
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>>61483408
>its the ripsaw thing again
I remember watching a program about it, man it was fast.
It might just be a little too temperamental for use in war though. If they can get it right, I think it could be useful.
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>>61483672
The thing is with a turret its not so fast anymore
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>>61484005
Oh. Shame.
Vroom vroom though?
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>>61483329
he thicc


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