Alright /k/, you know the drill. How do you resolve this situation?
why the fuck is everyone buying .22lr guns and ammo?
have a wallpaper in return
a lot of people stockpile .22lr because
>its cheap and lets you say 'ive got 10k rounds of ammo
>its moderately versatile
>muh ricochet for vital organs
>i can't handle the recoil or cost of 5.56 guns/ammo
Should I get a USP in 9mm?
Take the Battle of Kursk for example, the German offensive and Soviet counter offensive lasted 50 days altogether.
In that period the losses for both sides are:
>252,182 casualties of all types
>1,083 tanks destroyed
>1,040,847 casualties of all types
>7,864 tanks destroyed
Altogether we have:
>8,947 tanks destroyed
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Germany there, shit's slowly getting tough there, so I wanted to buy for me and my gf good pepper spray. I have knife, I have airsoft gun, but shit's useless since police fucks you in the ass even if it was defense.
Which would you recommend? Also stream or fog? How many ml? And so on. Personally heard some good things about Fox Labs pepper sprays, but I don't know much about them in the first place.
I went to boxing for five years, wanted to start again, but had not enough time.
I'm more worried about my gf, can't really equip her with this shit and really myself won'treally use violence since laws are too strict and you can't touch dem rapefugees. Pepper spray and brass knuckle into jaw or rib is best for me, just an useful pepper spray is good for my gf.
What's the second-best country after the US with regards to gun laws/access and why?
Switzerland? New Zealand? Northern Ireland?
Is coastal artillery still a good thing?
Would they help a relatively small nation defend from an invasion from a bigger and stronger nation?
If not, what kind of things are good for stopping invasions?
If they don't have air cover to protect the coastal guns, they're dog meat against enemy air, and if the defenders have that much air, no one is going to be making any kind of coastal landing. So, no, they're not a thing.
>If not, what kind of things are good for stopping invasions?
Not having anything worth stealing
A combination of these have led to relative world peace over the last 50 years.
For some reason it still exists but it's pretty pointless in an age where the only way artillery survives is either to be extremely mobile or to have complete air dominance, and the two countries I know of that still field it (Finland and Taiwan) can't hope for air dominance over their nearest threat (Russia and the PRC)
>9mm is too small
>.45 ACP is too slow
>.40 S&W is the worst of both
What's an actual good pistol cartridge?
Three Gun Edition.
No, not that three gun.
Since arsenal threads are 99% reposts and dick waving contests, lets narrow it down.
Post your three favorites.
My three favorites are the only three I have.
Last thread fell off
G3, SCAR, M1A, FAL, AR10, HK417, etc. etc.
What's the best mod you've made to your battle rifle?
Geissele trigger was probably the biggest bang-for-the-buck for the SCAR. I didn't even get a free one and I'd pay for it all over again.
The year is 2018. You're the captain of an American militia staging an uprising against the government. You're in a deserted urban environment in downtown Austin Texas. There is a tank patrolling the street, it's alone but fully manned. You're going to launch a raid on it. Your mission is to disable, destroy, or capture it taking minimal casualties.
You only have the munitions that you've scavenged from the local gun store and the supplies you've found in the local homes and businesses. What tactics/weapons would you use to surround and...
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Light it on fire, that'd be annoying.
Try making an EFPIED.
The best way to destroy enemy tanks in that scenario is sabotage or denial of fuel to where they are coming from. Or getting the crew to defect.
Fighting abrams with nothing to feasibly knock them out is suicide and would be a waste of time and effort.
>MOSCOW — The Russian air force is expanding its Sukhoi-35S fleet with a 100 billion rubles ($1.4 billion) order for 50 more of the twin-engine fighters, according to a Russian industry ...
The long awaited order is finally here.
IT: Why you don't buy century shit.
Who would win? 100 Rangers vs 100 Gurkhas
Gurkhas, no contest. Pound-for-pound they're stronger, faster, and transfer heat better. Plus, they grew up alpining in the Himalayas, not eating cheezy poofs and playing x-box.
guns are banned in my country
it is hard to build my owns weapons?
can i make firearms with airsoft guns?
doesn't matter if it's expensive
Building simple firearms is pretty easy, and just about anyone can learn how to do it. You can build a "Luty" SMG if you have some basic tools and are capable of following simple instructions. There are some components which require more specialized tools and real skill (such as rifled barrels), and you need to acquire a good supply of ammunition for your gun.
Anyone who is smarter than average moron can build a "four-winds shotgun".
However, airsoft toys are almost useless in firearm building.