Russia and China don’t really have carrier battle groups, so they don’t use submarines to protect them. The whole Soviet naval strategy for war with the US was to block reinforcement of NATO forces in Europe by cutting off the sea lanes from the
The Climber is a great choice. For being so common, you’d think I’d have one in my collection but I don’t yet. What was your old SAK? And how are you liking the nylon scales as compared to the cellidor?
They were originally the skirmish line of the British Army. They move at that speed because it was their job to be a mobile reserve, filling in gaps in the line, and capturing strategic points. The first Rifles Regiment was founded 1800, as the
The Bear Went over the Mountain focuses on the Russian side of the conflict, pulling from officers vignettes and an analysis of them by the Frunze military academy, followed by Lester Grau’s own analysis; It features detailed accounts of movements and emplacements where needed
The main quest will run you about 8 hours if you know what you’re doing. There’s multiple factions and NPCs with stuff to do along the way. The game also has a big mod scene even still. They’re worth a look, especially the sequels,
Initial thoughts are: “It looks like a dildo with a poorly thought out and unsafe handle.” “Tetanus. I better get my shot updated just in case.” Still though, it’s pretty interesting to say the least. I like the organic and fluid look of the
M60 is commonly refereed to as The Pig. My comment is in reference to the MK48 posted by the same user that I thought I was posting on. I’ve been drinking beers all night by the fire and may be slightly retarded to begin
Hmm? “Early versions of the ZSU-23-4 sometimes had problems with “runaway guns”: after prolonged periods of firing, the guns would get so hot that chambered rounds would “cook off” even if the operator was not pulling the trigger, discharging the weapon and chambering a
ummm i dont think you get what an adjustable stock is, let alone how to use it. Its a stock that can slide in and out, changing the distance from the trigger to the shoulder of the shooter. Its used by holding the gun
The Canadian military uniform policy allows for religious garb provided it does not interfere with your duties, or jeopardize yourself or others. He’s allowed a beard, and he’s allowed long hair. Behind the wire, on parade, or back in the world, he’s absolutely allowed
I can’t say for France but I think that British troops place a lot of pride in their berets, with the colours and cap badge holding historical and traditional significance. There’s a hell of a lot of variation in colour depending on regiment, where
I read the story on the gofundme page yesterday it is one of the most gut wrenching things I have ever read. I’m at work and it’s all I thought about since yesterday. I don’t know how he was able to keep his composer
I’m pretty sure they are blanks you know why? He’s firing on full auto (because it wouldn’t be good training if it were semi) and he’s also not shouldering it. That weapon, if it were shooting real rounds, would rise dramatically on even a
Even though we couldn’t get in most of them we could get up close to all of them. It was pretty awesome to get up close and see the details. The ball turret was a highlight for the kids. I hope you get more
More to do with simplicity. Helical magazines are great for having to wait longer between reloads, but that’s it. They take up more space than two box magazines containing the same (or more) amount of rounds, are awkward to reload, and are very heavy.
It’s fascinating seeing how different policing is around the world. I saw a [dashcam video of UK unmarked police cars boxing in a robbery getaway car](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYre6Vr92PA). First of all, damn that’s a nice Audi. Second, if that was America, the cop boxing in could
more then you can imagine, I put the same set on one of my ARs and I haven’t taken it out more then once or twice. Just too damn sexy to take off though.
> Genuine question: What use is having a longer range missile when you can’t even detect your target at its maximum range? What difference does it make if the F-22’s armaments have a shorter range if they can get in close and fire a
[Peace Activist Has To Admit Barrett .50 Caliber Sniper Rifle Is Pretty Cool](http://www.theonion.com/articles/peace-activist-has-to-admit-barrett-50-caliber-sni,234/).
Jesus, lighten up, Francis. She’s been dead over 20 years. To answer your q, I read a bio of her (the title was something like “Call Sign Revlon”, mostly because I like reading flying books. Feminism . . . bores me. The book detailed
Maybe. I’m not sure. I know he’s said he won’t make anymore. You might be able to find one going on the bladeforums for sale at some point. If it does show up it’ll prolly go fast. I’ve checked the popular high end custom
> You do realize that literally no other country that makes it’s own small arms has to deal with that right? The fact that you can rationalize your way out of it is hilarious though. Literally? Okay, let’s see. http://atwar.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/11/02/how-reliable-is-the-m-16-rifle/ “Beginning intensely in 1966,
The operational Dutch forces are mostly SOF, they’ve been using multicam for years. Of course they can more easily decide what they get to wear. Attached units are also issued multicam, but only those that have to get out of the Gao military bases.
[Source](http://www.miltechmag.com/2012/09/mspo-double-40mm-power.html) >South African Rippel is presenting its Double Mount for the Rippel Effect MSGL40 and XRGL40 weapon systems. The System is a buffered soft mount system that can be used as a primary or secondary weapon for vehicles and boats. The 40mm grenade launcher