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There's no discharge in the war!

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c9df93  No.480825[Reply]

Let's have a PDF thread going. Going to dump some stuff I have.

http://docdro.id/fyrncHU

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9dfd9d  No.674511

Anyone have any good books on the iran-iraq war?




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f1c95b  No.665502[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: https://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.

Tripfags need not apply; see rule 7

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36f0ea  No.674650

>>674620

>here's plenty to be discussed about how Velayat changes likely doctrine,

So can you tell me which new part?

>There's plenty to be discussed about how Velayat changes likely doctrine, but I'm not about to be placed on "remote duty" for being the one to start the conversation.

Why the fuck not?




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7b373a  No.636927[Reply]

I didn't see any kind of AR General thread so I figured I'd make one. Also wasn't aware of a copypasta info either.

I'm making this thread to discuss configuration, accessories, paint, ballistics, brands and whatever else relates to the assembly, use, and culture of Stoner's magnificent rifle.

AR-10 discussion also welcome.

>Pic from a YouTube video

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4ba598  No.674677

File: 10d8402915e16fe⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 1.55 MB, 1530x858, 255:143, gun1.png)

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Hey guys, me and a few friends were fucking around in gunstruction. Would Lockheed Martin approve of our design for the US space force?


9851cf  No.674679

>>674677

Where do you put the bayonet?


369698  No.674680

>>674679

I think the word you are looking for is chainsaw bayonet.


8a3d36  No.674682

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124476  No.674683

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>>674679

Always relevant.




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42ab3f  No.651295[Reply]

How is Russia even military relevant in the world? Their economy is trash and their tech is horrible. It is truly an amazing thing that they are still a major player in world militarizes today. They must be the most militarist country, of size, in the world, since they have nothing but their military going for them. The resources are good, but resource based economies are not strong anymore.

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000000  No.674629

>>674565

????????

>>674568

Nope. But there is a story of how one guy was forced to drink sperm for stealing. Actually it is all the story.

>>674571

Quite popular actually.

After a year in worse than prison conditions, almost everyone has post-traumatic syndrome in the form of pride of their service.

Just google "Russian demobilization photos", the first two pictures should hint how bad everything is.

>>674585

Junk mostly.

Once a week they gave us pelmeni and milk.

It tasted like delicacy after all the rest of the shit, even if I hated pelmeni and milk back when I was civilian. You just getting used to it, you don't think of it like of something you must getting joy of. You take it as a necessary process that just keeps you alive and gives energy.

>>674587

Very little. 50% of all time we were engaged in any kinds of work — digging trenches, building state-owned buildings, laying asphalt, sweeping puddles with a broom (no joke), cleaning the snow that going at that time.

And 40% we were engaged in "dumb discipline shit" as you precisely described.

And I served in Anti-Terrorist Special Forces unit of Strategic Rocket Forces (guys who securing nukes). Sounds like a big deal? Now you know what special forces doing in Russia.

But actually we did some training on the last 10%.

Occasionally we practiced combat maneuvers when a certain object was seized in a military town.

For example, the seizure of a hospital, the neutralization of terrorists in the thePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


eefa23  No.674658

>>674629

Sounds still better than officers' sensitivity training and tranny "professional" soldiers tbh.


eefa23  No.674660

>>668883

We are killing roaches on an annual basis in unrecognized skirmishes and we are deterring a large scale infestation, it has nothing to do with kikes and l doubt that our NATO expedition casualties have reached two digits.


d0086b  No.674672

>>674660

>We are killing roaches on an annual basis in unrecognized skirmishes

Now, I understand that asking for proofs is futile, since they're unrecognzed, but where did you get this information from?

t. not cia


000000  No.674681

>>674658

Maybe, but if you can't even shoot after a year of service - what kind of soldier you are?




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3efa01  No.662030[Reply]

I'm getting a bit of heel lift with my current pair (Swiss KS90s)–can't go next size down, it's too small. Are there insoles, or some special lacing technique, I can use to mitigate this?

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9d4948  No.674395

>>662062

Should I add soap or some other cleaning agent to the water, or that would just damage the leather?


0116ff  No.674398

>>666505

>Salomons

Oh fuck those people. I bought some of their shoes that were supposed to be waterproof, and it was very important for my shoes to be waterproof because I had to work in some rainy and wet place and it turned out those stupid 150€ boots were not really waterproof, one of them that was letting the water slowly get in it. Bye 150€.


655d98  No.674616

>>669119

>Fucking Greeks should never be given a position of power

Very true, but I wouldn't entrust power to any nation in this age, certainly not the degenerate cucks that form the majority of my fellow krauts.


be2df4  No.674640

>>662030

Is there anything on the market of similar quality to slip-on steel toe redwings minus the redwing price point, /k/? Muck boots are fine in the winter time but I need something that doesn't make my feet and ankles want to die in the summer.


ed490e  No.674678

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>>674395

You can use dish detergent, but you have to thoroughly rinse it out and let the leather dry after.

Make sure to oil it after it's dry with this: >>666414

I've found the best way to apply that Huberd's Shoe Grease is to heat the can in a water bath and use a tooth brush to scrub it into the leather.

>>669989

I gave up on the minimal boot after I figured out it was overpriced bullshit for what I wanted. I got a pair of pic related for cheap and it's working out fine.

When the treads wear down I can grind the sole and use contact adhesive to resole.




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6646ed  No.674659[Reply]

Has any /k/unts ever met an ATF agent or have any friends that work for them? At this point the ATF is one of the universally despised and useless federal agencies and even normies are starting to become aware of this. The only normies that still hold on to the ATF are the CNN watching pedo libtards and bi-sexual dumb cunts that see the darling stars of the liberal media bust into an illegal mexicans drug house where he likely has firearms that would warrant the ATF to also be involved.

4e545d  No.674668

>BATFags


c4be40  No.674673

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>NFA 1934

>Soviet infiltration of the US began in the late 1920s

Coincidence? I think not!


7b5310  No.674676

>>674659

I've had to deal with them on the occasion, though my brother gets the real shit end of the stick. I mean who the fuck thinks its a good idea to send an undercover agent who sounds like hes come straight of the ghetto to a place in literal bumfuck that does precision and restoration stuff to ask for a chopper.




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41e274  No.546766[Reply]

Old thread will no longer bump back up to the first page, creating a new one.

Old thread >>530956

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c2f2c2  No.674664

>>674661

which is better as a precision rifle? PTR91 or SA-58?


321e9a  No.674670

>>674604

>>674635

AR-15 in 5.56, especially due to the SHTF requirement. In a SHFT scenario, common and available parts and ammunition trumps all. They are fairly simple to build, but there are many good and cheap ready-made options too.


ed6420  No.674671

>>674661

>>674643

>>674670

Thanks guys!!! I appreciate it!


e9ddac  No.674674

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>674661

They should.

>>674661

I'm speaking the pattern itself has been adapted to fucking everything. Video related.

>>674663

Problem with the common AR-10 you find is they're just a scaled up AR-15 and generally don't have a set standard when it comes to parts.

>>674662

With my dinky ass red dot its fine provided the sight isn't set on the brightest setting. No clue on using a thermal with it given its gun mounted with a crosshair.


55fa0d  No.674675

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>>674663

There is a reason why two designs dominated the world and the AR 10 did not. Look into the AR 15's own history, lots of politics. But beyond all that, let's consider the main and prominent reason for not choosing the AR10: the fact that there is no real standard AR10 and parts are not interchangable. G3/HK91's are virtually completely swappable, the problem with FN FAL's is the whole inch/mertic shit, but again parts that work between guns. So, you can choose between two major rifles that were battle proven commie killers with stellar service histories and common parts, or you can choose a gun that was discarded by the world and often has no interchangeable things to it.

I don't like the AR-15, yet I bought one in case of civil strife, 3rd world war, end of the world, because of one reason only, its current commonality means there are endless parts and STANAG magazines. That's sensible. In the battle rifle realm, even the M1a is a vastly superior choice to the AR-10 because of the same concern, common parts and builds. Promoting an uncommon and fucked up gun when there are three better choices in the market right now is unsound and just plain bad advice.

Also "I only bought an AR10 cuz murrica and only guns I knowz ar AR15 and AK47, so I bought an AR10" People who own them are either super serious for a particular reason, or they are hayseeds that are ignorant dumb fucks who don't know any better. Best thing about AR10's during an emergency in militia serve ups would be "Your not a real battle rifle guy, are you sparky, put that way and grab your AR15 like the rest of us".

>>674670

In the same vein of what he said on the issue.

>>674664

That's a hell of a good question. Between stock rifles from both manufacturers, I'm not sure Post too long. Click here to view the full text.




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3c51fb  No.674583[Reply]

So I’ve been interested in impro-guns for a while and came up with some patents for gun mechanisms and designs that are so crude that anybody with even the most basic of knowledge of guns would be able to understand. In California and Europe, many gangs are making guns, but the most disarmed group of people are the average population. Only a very tiny amount of Europeans (outside of Switzerland) even own a gun, thanks to their governments. So what I’ve decided to do is come up with a few designs and see what you guys think of them.

>a .32 ACP semi-automatic pistol that’s modeled after pic related (Ruger MK IV), but with a nail gun that’s small and compact enough to fit inside the mag well to act as both the striker and to attach your trigger into through a small hole in the frame/nail gun with a flat, sturdy metal rod that’s silver (the desired gun I have in mind is all silver) that’s bent downwards at the front end with a semicircular groove going upwards to provide the trigger grip, with the trigger action being a backward pull into the hole in the nail gun that connects to the inner trigger mechanism which will shoot a nail into the primer of each bullet, with the action of the extractor slide going upwards, as a backwards action could result in the nail becoming shrapnel to the shooter, and also so that the nail and spent cartridge casing will be projected downwards, falling to the ground after each shot.

>a .22 BB/CB (possibly .22 short?) semi-automatic pistol made out of a staple gun, that is made by soldering a screw in front of the metal plate housed within the top of the staple gun that pushes each staple through the hole in front (the staple gun should be metal, preferably silver in color) to serve as the firing pin, tightening the springs and pins so much to where the trigger on the back when pushes barely moves more than an inch, as that should be enough to strengthen to snap into the forward action so that you don’t have to push it all the way in with each shot and still have a comfortable, steady grip around the trigger/frame, and loaded with a thin tubular magazine that’s small enough to fit inside the metal slot where you insert the staples in (this is why I’d recommend using .22 BB/CB ammunition), and attaching a barrel through the hole after widening it enough so that it fitPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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3c51fb  No.674651

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>a rocket that is made out of a PVC pipe from a garden light tube (see pic related) with the rocket head made from the stilt that goes into the ground to erect it, and the end caps cut out from circular pieces from the black top of the bulb and ignited using sugar rockets (powdered sugar + potassium nitrate + bentonite clay) with the explosive charge stored in the rocket head made from coffee creamer, napalm, and ball bearings to expand the damage from the artillery, and guided using the axle of an RC Servo car strapped to the rocket with duct tape and guided by the remote controller for the car after lighting the fuse.


3c51fb  No.674652

>>674651

*thick scotch tape, not duct tape

Yeah, I’m fucking bored waiting on somebody else to come up with a crude weapon design.


e46753  No.674653

>>674651

You're better off using a four to five foot piece of extruded PVC tube with 10lbs of the fastest burning powder in a warhead made of cast iron JB welded shit.

t.rocket guy


3c51fb  No.674654

>>674653

Yeah, but these are just patents. Whether or not they work is irrelevant, I’m just posting random ideas that I can conjure at will since nobody else is posting theirs. I forgot to mention that it’s detonated by a nail and a bullet (I totally stole this idea from Hamas, but yeah, you get the picture).


10fdc9  No.674669

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

How about something that's actually legal in Europe?




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4d8e84  No.671460[Reply]

>maritime strike MiG-31

>launching hypersonic anti-ship missiles

Called it before 2015. The moment hypersonic anti-ship missiles were confirmed MiG-31 seemed like an ideal launching platform and as a matter of fact I was dumbfounded that an anti-ship K variant for the MiG-31 haven't existed for the last three decades.

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7d6e93  No.674556

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>>674555

At every stage, Boeing has put their corporate interests and profit above human life and safety, with disastrous consequences. Maybe that's just what we expect from a corporation in the modern day. While the vox video gives a good explanation of how the technical issues causing the failure were rooted in greedy business descisions, it seems to take somewhat for granted that corporations will behave this way.

But it came as a surprise to many, coming from Boeing, with its long history of engineering quality and reliability. In particular, the special treatment Boeing recieved from the FAA that allowed this mess of an airplane to pasd regulations, almost certainly wouldn't have been granted without that reputation.

I think Boeing's new management has finally burnt through all the currency of reputation the old union built. But I think it's an important cautionary tale, in this increasing unregulated mega-corporate capitalist world - a company which destroys its unions in the name of its profit margins can't be trusted to put any other human values above the relentless pursuit of profit, either.

I wrote all this put from memory,so pardon any innacuracies. Technical information is mostly from the Seattle Times coverage of situation, which has been very thorough. Information on the management and their union-busting shenanigans is from the various ex-Boeing engineers I've talked to over the years.


86271e  No.674590

>>674555

>Every plane had two sensors built in, but by default, only one was activated and connected to the tilt control system. If customers paid extra, they could recieve an upgrade in which both sensors were activated

>we now live in a world where there is on disk DLC for fucking airplanes

Fucking hell.


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>>674555

>>674553

>>674556

I wish our current megacorporate dystopian sci-fi world would at least follow ancap rules of market competition instead of being a massive scamming+undercutting contest, that way'd we'd at least get cool shit out of all the kikery instead of just shit.


4b95f7  No.674666

>>674555

>A plane which relied on an autonomous software system to prevent total failure would not have passed safety regulations - so they pretended it was a minor stabilization system, not a critical safety system.

I was under the impression that additionally, they would have had to certify the 737 Max as if it were a totally new plane as opposed to as a variant of an existing one. So they covered up the computer death causing fudge factor because they feared a lengthy cert process.

>>674590

haha holy shit.


1752ae  No.674667

>>674553

Did you just link to Vox? Neck yourself.




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cacb0c  No.674388[Reply]

It is well-known that Soviet female soldiers were capable of fighting a war, following rules of engagement, etc. It is not easy to confirm that they were as good as men for surviving a harsh battlefield environment, carrying heavy packs, etc.

Oddly, the USA, the PRC, and the CIS all follow a "modern" mindset and thus believe that women should be available as warfighters. Why have modern female warfighters failed to produce results as good as the Flintenweiber of World War 2?

Background:

With 12 air victories, fighter pilot Lidya Litvyak was the best female hotshot not only of WWII, but of all times. She was killed in action on August 1, 1943, when she was only 21.

Yekaterina Budanova was female ace number 2, and a friend of Lidiya Litvyak. She is credited with 11 victories. Budanova never saw the end of the war, since she was killed in 1943 at the age of 26.

Shortly after the start of WWII, Maria Oktyabrskaya sold all her possessions to donate toward acquiring a tank for the war effort. She christened the tank “Fighting Girlfriend,” and received a personal allowance from Stalin to become its driver mechanic, the first woman in the world who became such. Maria Oktyabrskaya was fatally wounded in northern Belorussia in 1944, when she was 38.

The first woman decorated as a Hero of the Soviet Union during WWII, Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya acted as a saboteur in the German rear. She was caught, tortured and hanged on November 21, 1941, when she was only 18. Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya became one of the most popular symbols of the Nazi resistance in the Soviet Union.

Natalya Meklin was a link commander in the famous 46th Guards Night Bomber Regiment, widely known as the “Night Witches.” She completed 980 combat missions. Successfully surviving the war, Meklin died in 2005 at the age of 82.

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6b5a6a  No.674632

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>>674388

>Why have modern female warfighters failed to produce results as good as the Flintenweiber of World War 2?

>With 12 air victories

That's it right there. Women can be as effective when operating machines. If you want women on the battlefield, you need to put them in tanks, planes, and other armored vehicles so they can operate crew served weapons. Those weapons don't depend on the physical strength or speed of the individual operating them, they only need a human component to designate targets and direct the machine.

Make GuP real.


9f978d  No.674634

>>674632

That's pretty at shit for a supposedly above average female.


a3ca61  No.674642

>>674391

>>674388

>>674399

>>674574

I recall reading something in Russian about the whole training program and by the end of the war they were solely training women as sniper.

It was their conclusion after a fairly documented study they made during the war, that while overall men snipers performed better in combat, women snipers were more focused in training and easier to train, reducing the school time period to reach the sets goal of marksmanship/stealthness, etc…

And since quantity>quality was always the soviet motto they ended up training only women in the last year(s?).

Also note that a soviet sniper kit is nowhere near what a modern riflemen kit carries.

It's a rifle, a scope a handful of ammo (50rnds), maybe some grenades, a coat/tent/camo, an shovel/axe/blade, a canteen/mess/kit, a potato sack with a change of clothes, personal knickknacks, maybe rations (field kitchen fed the troops, kitchen staff had hunting parties attached…) and that's it.

The heaviest piece of equipment is either the rifle or the winter uniform (that one would wear).

That's one of the jokes about WWII german infantry came with barbers and dentists, soviet infantry came with extra artillery shells (as in often the soldiers on the march were each carrying a shells from one dump to another on foot… because they could).


7af10f  No.674645

>>674642

It's pure bullshit since the womyn sniper battlations were gradually dismissed after the war (one of the female vet was even getting pissy about it).


fa1646  No.674665

>>674596

>liking uselss sacks of fat that ruin the female form is a sign of low intelligence.

<being gay




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e8b1b5  No.627021[Reply]

old thread finally died. Post your collections, make new designs and circlejerk about how rare your patch is (if you're into that sort of thing.)

pastebin of patch merchants: https://pastebin.com/cXZTGafD

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9c4a35  No.670151

>>670148

>>670147

why not just stitch the dam patch on then?


76ee26  No.670163

>>670151

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7a0415  No.670169

>>670151

Because my patch has velcro on it. Also my shitposts must change daily.


cf41e9  No.674638

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Where can I acquire these?


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6ab296  No.605582[Reply]

Just to shit on America even more, Russians came out with a 7.62 NATO general purpose machine gun that's better than M60.

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f983a3  No.674396

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https://invidio.us/watch?v=EF9UThg7PkM

https://invidio.us/watch?v=6hsOrULshco

I don't like how they have to call it a 'salt mashingun, but it seems to be a decent light machine gun. Although it's not a bullpup, can't fire in semi-auto from a closed bolt, and doesn't seem to be able to handle rifle grenades. Also, I still believe that a RoF of 240 or maybe even 120 would work a lot better.


b503f1  No.674529

>>615469

MG3 is superior


94ecae  No.674591

>>674396

The barrel's too thin for proper use as an MG and their flimsy

<durr it's an M16 replacement

will never hold up.


6062f4  No.674592

Guise, what if we took the IDW and made it into a GPMG for shits and jollies?

I want a shitpost in machine gun form.


f37c31  No.674656

>>674396

>Although it's not a bullpup

The layout is stupid.

They really should have just padded the body and put the trigger group more in the front instead of "look guise it has a stock but you can remove it".

Loading is from the top it would absolutely not be hampered by it (even if you could somehow switch belt one handed in a stressful situation which is questionable).

Even if you don't go full bullpup you should have at least a fucking hinge to store it or as desperate shortening for CQC.




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023556  No.673912[Reply]

With the onset of the newfriends from the FBI and those who watch the news,

I find it fitting we have a thread where we post redpills, infographics, gun control and the such.

Perhaps even flip a few agents in the process. That young guy in the news video had a very smug look on his face. He knows.

First of all,

The holocaust didn't happen

Just wait for our resident jew to get in here

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eff9ef  No.674598

>>674557

No, Capitalism is not as old as you suggest. It is a more modern invention that came about during the Industrial Revolution. Now, that is not to say that free markets are a modern invention. THAT is an advent that has existed since the dawn of history.


f2ab9f  No.674602

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>>674557

I don't want to keep preaching da joos meme, but the semites influence on western hemisphere is too great for such a minority. I actually meant consolidating, rather than inventing. OFC, we need to remind ourselves ,that semites, already have economically inserted themselves into secular world affairs since the French Revolution, Age of Enlightment, etc. Maybe even before, being coin advisers for Kings or Slave traders. It is really difficult to be born into this world and trying to get yourself to believe, how is that being such a minority, they still could effectively bring the whole whole world to its knees just by word of mouth, that is, without resorting to some spiritual/religious knee-jerk rationalization like the sons of Satan(cringe). I try hard not to fall in this trap, because I know the abrahamic religions are also trojan-horsed by their cryptic use of language.

>>674598

Capitalism is the advent that the influence of positivism(scientific method) brought to mercantilism.


5eb1d1  No.674636

>>674569

Anglos aint natsoc, they're marxists on steroids, anglos are pretty much jews in goy form, they use similar language have similar traditions, all the major anglos in history have been jews or freemasosns. being anglo is the furthest thing from natsoc

>>674519

>i dont understand your angle here, london is the financial capital abberation

Its also in england and full of pakis and niggers, not every UK flag is from england you know.


13e79c  No.674648

>>674598

That is if you use the Marxist definition of "capitalism".

But even if you use them, private property has existed since the cavemen era.


fbd261  No.674649

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>>674636

I was going to say that Ian Stuart was a real anglo nat-soc but then I remembered that he was of Scottish descent. But yeah, I know that England was rampantly socialist since before the world wars and they took good care of all the bad goyim. Like those guys who tried to expose Mosley as a kike-friendly fraudster.




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>A documentary being broadcast on Monday reveals for the first time details of how Jihadi John, whose real name was Mohammed Emwazi, was hunted down and killed in 2015 with the help of state-of-the-art tracking and identification technology. Colonel Steve Warren, the Pentagon spokesman at the time, tells the programme: 'Because of the conditions — it was night — we were using infrared. 'You can't see his face but we could sort of see how he moved, the cut of his jib, so to speak. The angle of his beard, these things we could see. 'Eventually we were convinced that this is Jihadi John. And so the floor commander at the time orders, 'Take the shot.'

>Drones had been searching for the ISIS terrorist for a year but any attempt to wipe him out was made difficult because he always surrounded himself with women and children and made sure he was in crowded areas. General Richard Barrons, former Commander Joint Forces Command, who was involved in the operation, told us: 'We identified Emwazi very quickly after the execution videos he appeared in but finding him was much harder because we did not have any people on the ground in Raqqa. 'The tracking was all done electronically but eventually, it was his beard and the way he walked that gave him away.'

>He first appeared in August 2014 when he killed American journalist James Foley. Officials at GCHQ knew within a matter of hours that it was Emwazi, establishing his identity through voice recognition technology and comparing the pattern of the veins in his left hand in which held a knife pointed directly towards the camera with images of him in archive photographs. GCHQ used recordings of his voice from previous wire taps taken during a three-year surveillance operation and compared it to the disguised voice used in the ISIS video. Emwazi's identity was not publicly confirmed until February 2015.

>Once the hunt for him was underway, Emwazi used his background as a former computer science student at Westminster University to evade American and British authorities. He used encryption programmes, private networks and wiped clean every computer he ever sent messages on. He was eventually discovered after he contacted his wife and child who lived in Iraq, kicks staring a year-long Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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85ad46  No.674355

>>674252

How would you explain spurdo to some boomer moron?


85ad46  No.674357

>>674343

It's more surprising that they haven't already tbh


b33dd7  No.674401

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The mechanical hound strikes again


26e0e3  No.674418

>>674348

Funny how the burger gobbermint always lists all Syrian rebels killed in SAA/Russian airstrikes as civilians while listing every civilian in ISIS Territory a terrorist.


6ff846  No.674637

>>674334

this song is so innaproporiate




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d67da4  No.670305[Reply]

Post and discuss modern blunderbusses, shotgun tactics, recommendations, etc.

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>>670462

You'll probably need a GU-11 55mm gunpod for those bud.


aa8cb7  No.674439

>>670447

>helical shotgun magazines

I can get behind this.


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>>670736

Ya know, I thought long and hard about what you said, and I agree with you. I found a new Maverick 88 trigger assembly on ebay for only $30. It has the cross-bolt safety that a PG shotgun should have.

Thanks for the advice, frendo.


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>>674544

Please post results because I did like the aesthetics of your wood.


c03694  No.674633

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Ordered a Mossberg 590a1 magpul edition last night. Will be my first shotfun. Much excite




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