This guy only seems partially weapons trained to me.
How did the 75mm Panzer IV stack up against tanks like the 76mm Sherman, 85mm T-34?
Its age began to show. After all, it was a 1936 support tank shoehorned into being the backbone of the Panzer forces.
It was inferior to the Sherman for sure, but had crew ergonomics over the T-34.
The 75mm, 76mm and 85mm all have nearly identical ballistic properties at nominal ranges.
The 75 had less HE than the 76, which had less HE than the 85, but the 75 also had the most velocity while the 85mm had the least.
For all intents and purposes the guns are remarkable similar, with the Soviet 85mm having better HE rounds than the other two.
Should weapons training be a part of the school mandatory curriculum, at least at a state level?
I feel like a lot of the stigma behind guns would go away if people were taught at an early age about guns.
Post them gents, I'll go first
plenty of californians have vp9's and other off roster guns
didn't see anything in the catalog
M1A owner here. I saw that vid before on Full30. I'm glad they did it. It was a wake-up call.
I'll be sure not to get into any battles in sandstorms.
arent these the guys who used a broken romanian parts AK in a test. Yeahhhh Im sure NOTHING is skewed in their tests or lied about. Moron.
Bought my first hand gun
Glock 17 gen 4 in grey
Hi, /k/. I saw this rifle at a garage sale this morning and picked it up for $75. The owner couldn't tell me what it is and I don't know either. The only mark I can see on it says 1942. The woman who sold it to me gave me a small bag of bullets that go to it I guess so one is in the picture if that helps.
So why didn't they just nuke the whole fucking planet?
Why are future people still even bothering with an infantry?
What exactly does their armor protect them from?
Would you like to know more?
If lightsabers existed, would they be the most OP melee weapons ever made? Assuming there was no The Force and it was wielded by a normal person.
Practically weightless so even a child can wield it.
Because it has no blade weight, it can swing faster.
360 degrees of passive cutting so no strength or momentum needed.
Due to the 360 degrees of cutting, it opens up possibilities to different stances and angles.
Can cut through practically anything.
Can be turned on and off instantly making the parrying game against another lightsaber extremely risky.
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How would you fight a war against an army like this?
Note : Tanks/Missiles/Planes/Artillery is not an acceptable answer for the same reason that one line answers get you half a mark at best in high school.
Starting a California General thread since there seems to be at least two a day. As stated in the other thread appropriate topics may include the following:
>hur it sucks
>muth fuggin pistol list
>what gun you waiting to pick up
Most annoying thing is that we can own all the components to convert an AR to have a regular mag release in a matter of minutes/seconds.
10+ round magazines can be easily acquired across the border legally as long as they are disassembled.
Literally anti-fun laws.
News is slowly coming out of Syria that Russian robots have been sent into combat over the past few days during the Salma offensive and they're saying that robots scored >10 kills. They're also using other kinds of robots (PackBot equivalents) to hunt for IEDs since AlQaeda left several dozen boobytraps but those are different from combat robots.
Have they gone too far? Using robots to kill people is one step too far.
>Russia desperately trying to impress world militaries
Did they give any criteria for what these "robots" were?
If they weren't fully autonomous, who cares? May as well call Smart Bombs robots and they have thousands of kills.
Reports are from SAA fighters on twitter. Russian MoD has been mum on the issue. I'm guessing they don't want attention (it's bad PR).
SEALs/SBUs captured by Iran Coast Guard
Iranian military forces seized two U.S. Navy boats Tuesday and are detaining them on Iran's Farsi Island in the Persian Gulf, senior U.S. officials told NBC News.
The officials said it's unclear whether the 10 American sailors aboard two small riverine vessels had strayed into Iranian territorial waters before they were captured.
I'd take a Mk V hostage if it came near my house too. Having a PCS(Party Command Ship) would be amazing.
>Large aft deck for sunbathing hotties
>Mounted guns would be converted to paintball for blasting tourists or for shooting jello shots at people.
>Slipway would be turned into little slip and slide or a docking ramp for my SeaDoos.
>Attach diving board on top of mast.
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>implying armed seizure
>implying boats got lost
>implying two coast guard ships just haphazardly go a mile into Iranian waters without a distress call or communication of any kind
I'm guessing they snuck in a negotiator or are doing some kind of prisoner swap and this was the only way to do it on short notice without getting too much bullshit from the media.
Post your sexy sidearms.
Here DR8CO, a poor fag Cz.
Muh Jericho, to compliment the dude above me's shoulder holster of awesomeness.
Name a better home defense weapon than an M92 SBR with a folding stock.
30 rounds of 7.62 goodness
That AK reliability
Light and manuverable for indoors operating
Can switch from an SBR to a fireball throwing pistol of death
Protip, you probably can so let's hear what you guys think tops this.