So Sig's released an air gun version of the MPX.
And from everything I can tell, it'll be legal in Australia.
I suppose this is the best board for this...
How would someone create a building/structure to prevent effective and secure room clearing tactics as much as possible?
I think long hallways without cover are the usual nightmare scenario...
Also, I like bunkers.
MC escher levels of design must be considered
after that vertical sliding doors, false doors, bricked off rooms, rooms hidden behind walls, secret hatches and passages everywhere, and a few30 foot deep ballpits help too
Known Internet Experts have concluded that Armata is not actually a tank. It only has 900 RHa and the side armor is very weak. It is better to call it a big MRAP.
Pic related is the body, you can clearly see the very thin side armor and the document below proves a more than 900RHa can penetrate the tank.
Show your goods
Actually really fucking good. Much more realistic depiction of war and the way people talk, coordinate, and feel about it.
American Sniper and Lone Survivor on suicide watch.
What's the most ridiculous suppressor you've ever seen?
The jjfu potato abomination. Nigger has the audacity to say most suppressors only last 2500 rounds, claim his suppressor is 30db quieter than any other and charge almost 5k for the shit can
What is the best state for gun owners and why it is Colorado?
>conservative and christian
>Some civilization unlike Wyoming and Montana
>low cost of living
please help me /k/
I cant stop thinking about rhodesia
i cry about rhodesia
i want rhodesia back
>tfw will never slot floppies with a FAL in short shorts
I'm a liberal, try to convince me to buy a gun.
Hey /k/, I've been looking into getting my first handgun recent and have been seriously considering a glock, there's an issue though.
For some reason 9mm glocks like a 17 or 19 are significantly more expensive in my country than those in .40 s&w, and the price of 9mm and .40 is very comparable around here too.
Is .40 s&w even semi-decent or is it the failed abortion of the handgun cartridge world like I've heard it is?
It's fine. Doesn't offer anything over 9 or 45 really, but is totally fine. Plus, a .40 that you can afford to practice with is better than a 9 or 45 that sits in the safe because you can't afford ammo. Just be aware that they are snappier than a 9mm and train accordingly.
.40 shoots heavier bullets faster than standard pressure 9mm. It's fine. Also has a higher rate of incapacitating shots than both 9mm and .45, at least when concerning reported incidents.
>wake up to booms and gunfire
what would you do?
Wonder why I'm in a shitty remake of a shitty 80s movie.
So I need a cheap home defense pistol. Powerful people have been making threats against my life and that of my sisters.
I need a way to defend myself against a hired hitman for less than 600 and preferably less than 400 in commieforn.
How come Euros are so shit at at?
Can it really be as simple as underfunding and overreliance on the U.S.?
Are developments like pic related turning things around?
Tactical airlift maybe. You aren't really increasing your strategic airlift capabilities with a few A400's. The US is far, far beyond the rest of the world in terms of airlift capabilities. Europe has good platforms..the A400 is great. However, they lack the numbers and strategic hubs. Which is why when a lot of European militarys often need the US to help airlift them into combat zones.
First time in /k/, long time /int/ poster
I need some help from you guys.
My new job requires me to get a sidearm. Personally I want to get a .40, but the job only allows .38 revolvers (no) or 9mm semi-autos.
While there are ammo and caliber restrictions, the manufacturer is at my discretion.
Right now I'm looking at Glock, S&W, and Berretta
Never had one, hear great things, I know law enforcement mostly use the .40 model. How is the 9mm?
>Smith & Wesson
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