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There's no discharge in the war!

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bd3115 No.339941[Reply]

Welcome to /k/

If you're looking for gun history, terms, the basics to gun laws, or what gun you should buy next, go here: http://amagicalplace.wikia.com/wiki/Sticky#

Other board of interest:

>>>/wrol/

Rules: http://8ch.net/k/rules.html

Check the sticky before posting.

All random questions about guns go in the QTDDTOT thread.

Please check the Catalog before posting and avoid duplicate threads.

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1d64a1 No.479434

File: 420f653d3103b04⋯.jpg (32.58 KB, 390x470, 39:47, 420f653d3103b04ac3d0034122….jpg)

>>476476

You say that like it's a bad thing.




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41a878 No.475531[Reply]

RAMBO, the 3D printed grenade launcher that could revolutionise the way soldiers are equipped for battle.

RAMBO, or the Rapid Additively Manufactured Ballistics Ordnance to give it its proper name, is a prototype weapon based on the US Army's M203 underslung grenade launcher used with rifles such as the M16 and M4A1 carbine. But RAMBO is unique in that all of its parts, save for the springs and fasteners, have been produced by 3D printing – and that includes the grenades themselves.

More tech news from IBTimes UK

Australian Call of Duty 'fanboy' Sicen Sun in court for 3D printing guns at home

Welsh father invents 3D printed hydraulic arm for his toddler

Researchers introduce faster-charging, non-combustible battery technology

Why advertise with us

The breech-loaded grenade launcher consists of 50 individual parts, the majority of which were developed through the additive manufacturing process. Additive manufacturing is a form of 3D printing whereby layers of material, commonly photopolymer resin, are printed on top of each other to create a 3D object.

Of course for RAMBO, some of the components needed to be made from tougher stuff, so the barrel and receiver were printed from aluminium and the trigger and firing pin from ultra-tough 4340 alloy steel.

During testing, RAMBO successfully fired 15 shots without showing any sign of deterioration. The ammunition itself was also 3D printed, based on the M781 40mm training round. US Army researchers selected this particular round because it doesn't require any explosive propellants, the use of which are have not been proved safe with 3D printed objects.

http://archive.is/ZVymw

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d3430b No.479430

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>478940

this. metal 3d printing only shines for wacky geometry you can't subtractive manufacture (milling).

it's mcuh more expensive, with a worse surface finish.

>>479082

is the blank piece of raw material we cut the chips off of not raw enough? i only recognize raw manufacture when we stack the chips on top of each other instead of chopping them off.

>>479427

now i want to make a mobile CNC workshop. video related. :^)


cb5f24 No.479432

File: 8ff467d87526cd7⋯.jpg (20.88 KB, 420x252, 5:3, TC35-Y-Front-open.jpg)

>>479400

>>479427

I mean, when you close that door, looks pretty outside-resistant to me, and if you really want to be sure, just put some big plastic rag around it


d3430b No.479445

File: cc4941adee3a050⋯.gif (3.57 MB, 350x263, 350:263, 1476849127391.gif)

>>479432

>buy 6 figure CNC machinery

>put it out on the lawn on cinder blocks

youre hurting me


9710cd No.479447

>>479445

CUP NOODLES

THEY MAKE ME

SO HAPPY


d8ab29 No.479453

File: a254055c9d7fdd9⋯.jpg (124.46 KB, 634x1300, 317:650, Christopher Lleo.jpg)

>>479410

>Lower reciever

>Weapon




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15b066 No.479162[Reply]

48k Dutch soldiers vs 400k Turks.

Could Muslims actually pull off a coup in Europe?

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ba14c3 No.479393

>>479353

The Dutch won't sink the country out of spite, but the kebabs will be too stupid to maintain the dikes and half the country will be reclaimed by Poseidon if they are in charge.


845f04 No.479404

>>479381

You pretty much explained reality with a conspiracy "maymay", since that's pretty much what a conspiracy is.


1ce674 No.479419

>>479381

>EU leaders are importing millions of low-IQ criminals simply because their own people don't want to reproduce themselves enough

Why would they if they are bombarded whole life that they should have one child or none at all, because it's all about "living the life" and consuption. When you will be old we give you pension from wealth stolen from next generation.

>solving complicated birthrate problems

Those problems are not complicated and fixes are very simple:

-end income tax

-end mandatory retirement system scam

-end mandatory state run "education" system

>then your own government must be Ukrainian puppets that want to genocide Poles since they import well-known Polish removers called Ukrainians.

They are neocohen puppets, with communist (((Jarosław Kaczyński))) at head. They knew that shitskins would not come because too low gibs, so they choose Ukrainians and Belarussians.


7ce6ea No.479444

File: a538094a627f83f⋯.jpg (88.81 KB, 960x960, 1:1, Nieuw Ankaradam.jpg)

File: 819e16a8e3815ac⋯.png (853.28 KB, 901x1200, 901:1200, This kills the House of Or….png)

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>>479242

Oh hey, it's this thing again. Just to help you impress the customs official as you come to pillage my country for jobs: The Netherlands, or Dutch government.

>How many of those 48k are turkroaches themself?

It only takes one to tip the domino to recreate Chechnya. Of those 400k, roughly half would be male, who at some point were obliged to serve as conscripts in the Turkish armed forces, unless they were affluent enough to buy it off to the tune of 7 grand. To be fair, Erdogan, in his infinite benevolence has lowered this to around a thousand - or so I hear.

>Does Netherland military have contingency plans for thousends rioting and burning cities?

Operation Gladius, allegedly.

>Does Netherland goverment will allow military to act?

They have in the past, although mostly in a supportive role, like protecting foreign heads of state during upheavals. The police force is rather well equipped for your average riot, and the gendarmerie for low intensity situations like hostage situations or insular terrorist events. The moment it goes to a full scale shooting conflict I don't believe we would have any constitutional issues in regards to putting boots on the ground as say, Germany does. Now whether there is the political will to go that far remains to be seen, as is whether or not that will ultimately matter.

>>479353

>>479393

>The Dutch won't sink the country out of spite

Actually, that's a legitimate defense tactic, going back to if memory serves the 17th century, to keep the French out. The more recent, "Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie", has been flooded three times, and was a major concern during the German invasion in 1940. As a result the battle of the Hague Fallschirmjäger were dropped near the seat oPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


83a094 No.479452

File: 5926442823a20f9⋯.jpg (220.74 KB, 1300x650, 2:1, Dutch vs Turkroach Coup.jpg)

>>479162

I feel any Turkroach invasion would look like this.




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c8484d No.472719[Reply]

GORE THREAD

Post the most disturbing images and videos you have.

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01865d No.479067

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

i cri evrytim


69841d No.479078

File: 05b4e984052d177⋯.png (2 MB, 1913x911, 1913:911, k - iron is eternal.png)

IRON IS ETERNAL


bbb529 No.479439

File: 05463468776788a⋯.png (6.91 KB, 211x246, 211:246, what the fug.png)

>>472719

>soldiers

>destroying guns


942293 No.479443

>>473507

>>473497

Wait, what?

There's 2 of you guys? I assumed there was only one.


1ed3bc No.479451

File: 254a9913abe467c⋯.png (467.55 KB, 1001x501, 1001:501, rarest_limited_edition.png)

>>479443

1 Hungarian anon (me) makes 99% of Hungarian posts in an average month. Interestingly, that thread about getting illegal weapons in Europe wasn't started by me.




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e362a9 No.476899[Reply]

The EU in it's infinite idiocy just passed what sounds a lot like the '94 AWB.

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/news-room/20170308IPR65677/parliament-approves-revised-eu-gun-law-to-close-security-loopholes

No Clipazines above 10 rds for rifles, scary rifles like AK47 and M16 and such pls go.

Semiautomatic variants of these rifles are also illegal.

Then they mention open bolt designs, without explicitly saying so and that these are easily converted to full auto, therefore all semi autos should be banned.

Didn't the bataclan guys use AMDs?

Anyhow, read for yourself.

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=AMD&format=PDF&reference=A8-0251/2016&secondRef=107-107&language=EN

Current directive

http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=celex:31991L0477

This shit has to be passed within 15 months from now.

Here is the real kicker: Stuff that looks like a firearm - IS A FIREARM. We have reached the point where painting a nerf gun black makes it a firearm.

>JUST

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464408 No.478222

>>477720

Damn straight. If the krauts were so great, they wouldn't've got their ass handed to them.


281065 No.478274

Can't we save the bickering over whose fault it is for after we remove all the jews, niggers, and mudslimes. Gypsies as well.


2bb195 No.478501

>>478210

the AfD is a turbo FDP. Have you looked at their demands? We are going to see a LOT more crime if they pull through. Besides, which one of those stupid fucks should I vote for? None of them seem to have either brains or spine, some lack both.

>höcke

No thanks, I'd rather have Merkel. That guy is an absolute tool. He is the kind that publicly talks about a 'Dekartess' and not Descartes.


3afa7f No.479448

I can already barely own a fucking gun, why are the making it even more strict?

It is easier to buy a gun illegally here than legally. In fact, it's often cheaper as well.


886bbc No.479450

>>479448

You should do it.

I'm stacking AR and AK mags already.




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68033e No.476454[Reply]

Thread for questions that probably shouldn't have their own thread. Old thread here >>467087

Are your Rhodesians in the mail? Because mine sure are

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a168d9 No.479385

File: d9bf0f96e5ee266⋯.jpg (113.48 KB, 719x814, 719:814, EQi6xWJ.jpg)

Something I've been wondering for a bit here, /k/, let's say you want to rebuild a plane from World War II, but have no original parts, how tough would you figure it would be to have one built at the very least extremely similar to it's WWII counterpart? Engine with similar output, etc. Is there even a market for such things, considering many would probably prefer their relic to have history behind it?


8e6d96 No.479387

File: e70ab0e55971a2c⋯.png (28.37 KB, 691x525, 691:525, electronicsanon_stats.png)

Finally lost it after an incident last week. I'm 22, single again, an Engineering dropout, will have my electrical technician associates next semester, can't afford anything other than ammo for my Mossberg 500/gas for my run-down car to get me to the gym, and there's no job prospects in a 200 mile radius unless I have 2-5 years experience for entry level positions. I've been job hunting for 8 months, my department head just cost me an internship, and I've given up on having any sort of permanent job unless I do something drastic that I'll hate myself for, for the rest of my life.

So with that in mind, I'm gonna go enlist in the navy to go work as either an Electronics Communications Technician, or preferably an Electronics Data Systems Technician. Anything I need to know about joining the navy, /k/? Anything I should prepare for before boot camp? I suck at shooting anything other than a BB gun/shotgun, and my stats are only pic related.


8e6d96 No.479391

>>479385

In my personal experience, if you know the specifications of the engine and other non-stationary bits, and have approximate measurements of parts, you can build a close replica with ease. It's not gonna be worth much though since it'll be considered a replica, even if it were a carbon copy.


a168d9 No.479402

>>479391

It probably was going for personal use only, although I guess depending on how expensive the process was, I'm sure there would be a market for the things. I was just curious how feasible (and exoensive) such a task was going to be, since I would assume a lot of blueprints for older airplanes would probably be available online.


8f6b94 No.479449

File: df9653a68b48063⋯.jpg (670.27 KB, 1997x1179, 1997:1179, 1426766814332-0.jpg)

How useful would (cross)bows be as non lethal police weapons during riots?




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5bb4ec No.477484[Reply]

What the fuck?

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c9c08f No.478850

>>478848

I couldn't have said it better myself Hungaranon.

I agree with you 100%.


0603fc No.478861

Democracy is just mob rule, and it creates an eternal bureaucrat that maintains the system, making it harder to be removed than any tyrant or king.


a0ab5b No.478933

>>477596

I still think it's really funny how the chans end up being closer to the American mainstream than anyone seems to realize.

Your post just made me chuckle because of that.


e7f299 No.479414

>>478709

If you ever manage to escape to Brazil, come to Sao Paulo, I can give you a bed to sleep on :^)

But seriously, good luck amigo. Hope you manage to get enough to eat for the next days.


64dd0b No.479446

>>478847

>In America, it started with the abolition of the property qualification. It always ends badly.

That's what I pointed out.




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f74616 No.479071[Reply]

I would make an infograph already but my photoshop and editing skills are bad. Have a quick introduction to the list, list off the companies with a quick summary, and have a pic of a gun from them that represents them the best. Pic unrelated.

>Henry

>Armscor

>CZ (?)

>Steyr (?)

>Winchester (owned by FN but not atleast they're not Chinese or anti-gun)

>Howa

>Uberti/Cimarron

>Mossberg (the country is cucked but the company isn't)

>FN (overpriced but not anti-gun like HK)

>Beretta

>Benelli

>Bersa

>SIG

>Inland (?)

>Iver Johnson

>Kel-Tec

>Kalashnikov Concern (?)

>Daniel Defense

>CheyTac LCC (?)

>Chiappa Firearms (?)

>Hi-Point (literally founded to make firearms as accessible as possible, also shit quality minus maybe their carbine)

>Glock (?)

>LMT

>LaRue

>Barret

>KAC

>Noveske

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f74616 No.479138

>>479116

I forgot the question mark.

>>479118

I haven't heard anything about them aside from the Type 89, their bolt-action, and the AR-180s they made back then but I think they're too small and not even well-versed in gun culture that they did anything bad, just a simple company making guns for their military.


4bfc84 No.479142

>>479138

They make stuff for other companies as well, parts wise. Its their own laws that caused the 180 to fall out of production, but to be fair the gun bit is just one part of what Howa does over all.


69d6e4 No.479172

>>479115

They really fucked up back in the 90's but it seems like they've gotten back on the right track. They finally even managed to make something which isn't a blatant "me too" model with their precision rifle. Are they back in /k/'s good books or have they done anything bad lately?


4d8e3e No.479438

>>479172

Even if they were AWB faggots I'd still have a supreme boner for their .44 magnum redhawks


6bbe18 No.479442

>>479438

Comfiest .44Magnum I ever fired was a super redhawk with an 8inch barrel.

It made full power .44magnums feel like .357s.




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d3222f No.479383[Reply]

If i sawed this off and modded the stock would it be a good poorfag home defense weapon? Or would i be killed while reloading?

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c2204a No.479412

>>479394

So that is the best you can get in AUS on their top license correct?


5da7d6 No.479416

>>479383

Jeez at least try to get your hands on a Baikal MP18. They're basic shotguns but solid and reliable.


f7ff3d No.479433

>>479412

Top license that ordinary peons can get (Cat A/B- Anything greater than 30" OAL, not semi auto, not full auto, not pump action shotgun, not greater than 10 round capacity). It's all due to the fact that semi-auto is defined as recoil operated or gas operated- revolver rifles are an obscure thing that got overlooked luckily. They come for these, I'mma ask one of you burger faggots to take me fishing.


cddfa9 No.479437

>>479433

So you're on a B cat then? How much do one of those sporters cost in AUD can you get cheap food for them?


f7ff3d No.479441

>>479437

>How much do one of those sporters cost in AUD

Go find a rossi circuit judge, circa 700 AUD You'll find them plentiful in .45 long colt- my girl is in .44 mag, you won't find that one. One of the last ones in australia, actually. 45 long colt IIRC is 50/40 AUD, suggest you handload.

Better idea, grab one of these- I have this one in .357 mag. 22lr is 40-50 AUD/500, .357 mag is 40AUD/50 rounds. If you live in this shitty country, you need to cast bullets and reload to afford a real range session.

https://www.rebelgunworks.com.au/products/new-alfa-hunter-22lr-20046

http://www.protactical.com.au/browse-products/product/1762-alfa-proj-carbine-357-mag-revolver-rifle-16-5-stainless-6-shot




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faf396 No.479309

>>479295

lots of things, but they'd be too obvious. you mix it in with 3 grams of acetone and you're up to 6 grams by the way.

maybe they use an even better solvent than acetone or some other electrolyte. If there's a decent imbalance of Calcium and Potassium it will cause Cardiac Arrest so who knows.

Sodium and Magnesium are important for heart function as well.

http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/112/24_suppl/IV-121

>>479302

>Botulinum toxins are lethal at very tiny dosages

They are also quite detectable thanks to the moonrune terrorists.


faf396 No.479311


194c22 No.479398

>>479302

>>479309

It's also not detectable if the doctor doing the autopsy (((accidentally))) misses it and removes it from a report.


d36b98 No.479411

I read somewhere they used that poisonous jap blowfish thing.


b9ed5d No.479440

>>479411

That makes the most sense to me. Some jap doctor at Unit 731 was researching the stuff (tetrodotoxin) and we gave all those guys legal immunity in exchange for their cooperation. They first synthesised it right around the time the heart attack gun was designed too.




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d24902 No.478658[Reply]

African slave child > "Educated" college teen

https://youtu.be/stue7G98MVE

(Webm or Fuck Off)
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ceabe5 No.478952

>>478947

>Hobbit thinking he knows what an identity is.

>>478816

Do you really think remainers would be posting on 8/k/?

>>478808

>>478852

Triggered much?


f3bfb9 No.478970

>>478658

>(Webm or Fuck Off)

Bless our mods, other boards need to do this shit as well.


fbd3f6 No.479424

>>478808

That is just sad. It's time for Australia to leave the commonwealth just so we aren't associated with that place.


9e9e4f No.479426

>>478752

>ISP provider

>Internet Service Provider Provider

ATM machine.


ec8d37 No.479436

File: 01607f8fd1efb8d⋯.jpg (53.29 KB, 604x492, 151:123, tmp_15191-282bd4efe479bcc1….jpg)

>>479426

>ASD disorder

>Autism spectrum disorder disorder




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e56ceb No.478876[Reply]

Thoughts on the Montana class? How does it compare to the Iowa class and the Kirov

What about the idea of a 18inch gun?

What are your thoughts on the idea of enlarging the Montana class to stick 18inch guns on them?

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1848cc No.479418

>>479321

> Satellite targeting

Unless something has changed in the last 6 years (I doubt it, with the USN), accurate Satellite data is so old when the ships get it (up to 6 or more hours) that it's virtually useless as targeting data.

You think we and every navy worth its salt don't know how to dupe satellites already? We already know exactly when each satellite will pass overhead, so we just turn in a completely wrong direction just about when it does to give a pretty little image of ships heading the wrong way, providing no tactical information whatsoever beyond saying "Hey, fuckbois, guess who is coming for dinner!'.

Aside, the BB would also have Satellite data telling it where the CV was ~6 hours ago (assuming this engagement is taking place in a Non-Challenged signals environment and the engaging sides haven't already shot down most of the other side's satellites), to about the same use.

For either ship, to get accurate targeting information verses the other ship would require aggressive hunting.

Therefore, the practical engagement ranges would be based on the detection ranges of the ships themselves, which (in the scenario referred to in your quote) favored the Battleship, and here's why:

They (NAVSEA) realized that the systems on the Iowas in that day and age were horribly out of date, the Mk8 Gunfire Control Radar could reach out to only 80k yards at max. So, they presented a then-current technology alternative, as if the ships had been designed in that day and age. Their alternative was one of DARPA's crazy hijinks, the 'GOTH' (Greater Over-The-Horizon) Radar Suite (a navalized and more powerful derivative of the US Air Force's OTH radar), which gave their theoretical ship a targeting range 'in excess of 300nmi'.

This compares somewhat acceptably to the current generation E-2 Hawkeye 2000s (400nmi), let alone the 1980s' 280nmi version (which it was superior to), both of which are the Eyes of a Carrier in their respective eras.

Modern (but massive) 'GOTH-2' type radar suites are predicted to see out Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


37d622 No.479420

>>479418

>Satellite targeting

What? I'm just saying if the fleet is seen at all (most likely by satellite) then a carrier can deploy planes to engage. I'm not talking about targeting.


1848cc No.479425

>>479420

Ah, my apologies, Strelok, I seem to have been assuming things.

However, it doesn't really work that way in practice, the aircraft (whether the F-14, F-18E/F, or the F-35) must have accurate targeting information or they cannot really go after a surface ship.

With 6+ hour old information, the BB fleet could be anywhere in a 200+ nautical mile range by the time the Fighter/Bomber got in position to engage.

That does not allow the Fighter/Bomber (which natively have really bad Surface radar) to get a lock on the ship in question and it's rather dangerous for them to go wandering around looking for the ship due to their relatively short legs.

They essentially must have a mid-course guidance feed for the missiles from some other source in any long range engagement (unless they want to be some kind of modern would-be torpedo bomber and walk the missile in themselves, but again, short legs), which is usually a Destroyer much closer to the target (which would be quickly destroyed by the BB) or the carrier's own E-2 Hawkeye (which will stay close to the CV in almost all cases).

This leaves us with what I outlined in my earlier post.

When it comes down to it, Satellite information is virtually useless for actually engaging the enemy.

Yes, it tells you the enemy is out there, but that is just strategic data.

Tactically, however, it's worthless unless you have some kind of GOTH-like active seeking radar system, which the CV wouldn't (it'd destroy the sensitive radar of the spotted aircraft on deck, ship-based radar is more EM resistant).

When both types of ships are hunting each other, the BB has the edge assuming all else is equal (including escorts and the technology/cost levels of both ships). The more modern the BB, the more this tilts towards the BB.

At present day, the BB could reasonably be expected to shoot down the E-2 at a certain point and blind the CV entirely.


838d2d No.479431

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>>479068

>In the 1980s, the US Navy determined that a properly equipped (read: equal in technology) Battleship Battle Group would be expected to defeat and destroy a Carrier Battle Group roughly 8/10 times.

I want to read this paper.


4e1ac3 No.479435

>>479395

But then it would be in Budapest, and destroying all window glasses (including the ones belonging to historical buildings) every time it fires seems like a bad idea. If it's on a ship, then at least it has some room to manoeuvre. And if it's on a sea-worthy ship, then we could send it to the Mediterranean to help fuck up the Middle East. Alternatively it could go out to an ocean you want to use it to launch small satellites, and people are worried that they could land in populated areas. The cannon could actually launch some 200kg to orbit from what I remember after reading that paper during late night. Cube satellites weight just 1kg, and even those can give you useful information. With 200kg you even launch a small network of them at once.




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126c04 No.469202[Reply]

Will a Mig-21 whip an F-35?

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0f4e60 No.479073

>>478899

> The F35 is beating everything when they test it

Go home Lockheed, you are drunk.


3d7010 No.479186

>>478804

there's more to it than just raw engine power.

aerodynamics and weight is also a factor.

supposedly the F35 shakes alot in high-G maneuvers, which can affect handling.

it has the added weight of the lift fan, and all of its hydraulic actuators is its own self-contained system, which i would be interested in how that compares to a more conventional system in terms of weight.

also it has far greater surface area than a comparable fighter, which affects drag.

form this article:

https://warisboring.com/test-pilot-admits-the-f-35-can-t-dogfight-cdb9d11a875#.uxqmp0df1

>The F-35 pilot came right out and said it — if you’re flying a JSF, there’s no point in trying to get into a sustained, close turning battle with another fighter. “There were not compelling reasons to fight in this region.” God help you if the enemy surprises you and you have no choice but to turn.

>>478899

pics or it didn't happen.


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a1efbb No.479428

>>476974

>>477176

>>477179

>Kremlinposting

>flag conspicuously absent

Do you really think you're fooling anyone, sergei?


62d7cc No.479429

>>479186

Please don't cite War is Boring.




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9f0b3d No.479322

>>479306

>blue because its the color of 8ch

are you talking about yotsuba b?

honestly, I can't imagine not recognizing fellow stal/k/ers

>>479308

manlets can dress as clowns. I wonder if those touhou fags or whatever might not have the best outfit for the race war, no one but african civil war survivors will know what the fuck is going on.


69c304 No.479339

what we need to be worried about are commies that look like the fatty, a a guy with actual gear with some range time and a hardcore fanatic these fucks are the ones who will most likley start shit and a lot more leftist blogs and groups are telling their memebers to go out and arm themselves

That fatty is the guy we will meet on the battlefield


3cbe5b No.479345

Cuck Commandos


dff3ab No.479413

>>479280

obi wan is supposed to have a cloak and a lightsword, not a bullpup and tattoos

what terrible cosplay


356ad5 No.479423

>>479280

The irony is that these cucksquads are only possible in noncucked states like AZ and TX. Only reason they are armed enough to try to defend the people on that banner is because they are allowed to by the people they hate.




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27bab0 No.479336[Reply]

ZOGs DON'T HAVE YOUR BEST INTEREST IN MIND

ONLY YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR SURVIVAL IN CHIMPOUTS, COUPS, WARS, OR MARKET CRASHES

IFF

>Flecktarn or modox gear

>Steel/Kevlar helmet with "/k/" on sides or front

>/k/ related patches on carriers, hats or velcro pauldrons (a la peace walker/mgs5)

>Visible 8 of diamonds or 4 of clubs

>Nationalist paraphernalia and flags

>Green and purple tape/cloth around bicep(s)

CHALLENGES

>Baneposting

>STALKER game quotes

>AmRRON SOI

amrron.com

COMMS

>Get a Baofeng Handheld Transceiver

High value with models to choose from (try to only use genuine units and accessories)

>FRS and MURS frequencies don't require license to use with considerations:

Lowest bandwidth and power settings possible (can bend with plausible deniability until shtf)

No repeater use, antenna height and length restrictions

>MURS Ch3 151.940Mhz

Good from rural to urbanized locales

>FRS Ch3 462.6125MHz

Better for cities with tall buildings

>CB Ch3 26.985Mhz

HF freq, almost guaranteed daytime long range comms with proper setup

>Get into /hamradio/ and get licensed.

www.arrl.org

Getting at least a tech license will remove the aforementioned limitations and allow for some HF,

repeater use, and data tx

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c802ac No.479384

>>479370

CIA, don't you have some pony roleplaying to get back too?


3ecacb No.479392

>>479336

Just ordered 2 100ft 550 cords for 9 bucks each, new gun belt, extra gloves and more 9mm ammo.

I just started getting my father in law in on it and hes helping buy things now and again. I am very happy about that. We have a system for when things get more violent we will work together to include more people into our group. Our group has a direct democracy approach for now but well see how that progresses as we have evolving duties.


0fe662 No.479397

May as well ask here, so what are realistically the limitation of insect drones? Like how practical are those things, wouldn't real life insects and animals attack the shit out of those things because of their size and resemblance to an animal? I mean 3D printing isn't really all that great outside the potential for raw material conversion and time saving for building flimsy useless gobblygook, what can nanomachine and small sized drones do that you couldn't defeat with some creative chemical sprays?


1a65c6 No.479421

>>479336

>Challenges

>Baneposting

>being sneaki breeki

>know there might be friends in the area

>accidentally snap twig

>bullets whiz past head

>hunker down

>I've trained for this!

>yell out "YOU'RE A BIG GUY"

>bullets stop flying in my general direction

>"For you!" I hear in the distance

>I breath a sigh of relief for I am with friends.


1a65c6 No.479422

Reminder to 10T that when SHTF we remove the Liberals first.




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