What's the failure rate for Tomahawks?
Tell me about plane
What does /k/ think about generation kill? In the middle of rewatching it and it's still as good as i remember. That fucking ambush scene is legit.
Probably my favourite show to date desu, the characters made the show more than any of the editing or effects did.
still need to get around to actually reading the book.
this is a cool look at the behind the scenes
Hey, /k/ i just finished up a personal project I've been doing at work (I do anodizing and nickel plating) can i get some opinions?
CLERK ORDER granting in part unopposed motion to extend time to file appellee's brief to and including 12/15/15 filed by Appellees Mr. Thomas E. Brandon and Ms. Loretta E. Lynch [8051746-2]. E/Res's Brief deadline updated to 12/15/2015 for Appellees Thomas E. Brandon and Loretta E. Lynch. [15-10803] (MCS)
So what will you when we get MGs back?
How /k/ was Jin Roh? Is it one of the most /k/ anime films? Discuss /k/ films
Can anyone name me a good knife I could get online for about $30 - 40 CAD?
There are better knives out there, but I like this one.
Good: The deployment: you pull the switch back with your thumb, then (with your index finger placed on the bottom-most part of the spine) pull your index finger backwards; no goofy wrist-work to deploy it.
Bad: The belt clip is on the wrong end for quick deployment.
We all know about the full auto drop in devices for Glocks.
But do they make them for any other striker fired handguns?
Surely others are capable of it too, or is there something about the Glock design that makes it unique?
considering that's highly illegal and has no market, it's no wonder they aren't around for anything but the glocks, and those were quickly banned. No one is stupid enough to make a new one, and anyone who needs full auto can just get it without getting ass-raped since those devices are ruled machineguns.
Ok, regardless of legality, regardless of US law (because there are other countries out there).
It's a purely intellectual conversation.
I'm not planning to make one, I just don't know enough about the different designs to know if it's even possible.
>ISIS has threatened to strike DC
>I'm visiting family in the Maryland suburbs for Thanksgiving
>Maryland and DC don't recognize Indiana licenses to carry, and have been known to throw people in jail and charge them with a felony for carrying with an out of state permit
>Thanksgiving and Black Friday are extremely symbolic days to launch an attack on America
Looks like I'm fucked, boys.
We need another court victory badly.
What do you think?
What 45 is good for home defense?
are you talking about ammo or a gun? Any .45 that can accept a weaponlight should be OK for home defense use, extra points if you suppress it.
For ammo, I prefer Federal HST 230gr, really good, reliable expansion and penetration.
What are the smallest true blue-water, active-duty combat ships capable of navigating the open seas without hand-holding by other vessels? I mean actual military ships; not ceremonial sailing rigs or something really antiquated. Pic is Sweden's HSwMS Sundsvall K24 Göteborg-class corvette (commissioned 1989), which is only 425 tonnes fully-loaded. It is 57 X 8 meters with a 2-meter draft.
I think it's one of the Scandanavian tiny ships since they really love making things like your pic. The Chinese have some decent number of the sort too, though they do exist a few other places.
ISIS is specifically targeting the most heavily populated majority white territories across the US. After Paris, I don't think this is something we should take lightly. My city (Phoenix) is on the list, what do? I was already planning on carrying something with higher capacity. Should I OC a rifle or something from now on?.
If this post ends in dubs no mosque shall stand by sunrise.
>California: Manford, Solvang, San Ardo, Monterrey, Newberry Park, Carlsbad
>no San Francisco or Los Angeles
What the fuck ISIS? When you finally get a chance to do something right, you still fuck it up.
>The ISIS "kill list" circulated in November 2015 was therefore not a compendium of U.S. cities which ISIS had recently announced they planned to attack, but rather a several-month-old compilation of all the town and cities in which the U.S. servicemen identified in a March 2015 ISIS report lived.
>Post your state and what's good/bad about it for gun owners
>Federal laws are the only restrictions
>Firearms Freedom Act voids future Federal restrictions being enforced by state police
>Huge gun culture, on every lever of society
>Democrats, Republicans, and 'other' parties in state government have a shooting competition once a year to settle shit
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I've never had a bad run in with the state troopers. Local PDs are a different story.