Beautiful pic and build. I fucking hate our import ban, stateside. I wouldn’t be surprised if you spent more on the chassis than the rifle itself. You should really get a normal scope mount that bolts to the receiver, though. Even a cheap one
Incorrect. The tranquilizer guns weren’t introduced into the series until Metal Gear Solid 2. The weapons in those games were MGS2: Beretta 92fs MGS3: Smith & Wesson 39/Mk22 mod 0 hushpuppy FP-45 Liberator (EZ gun) MGS4: Ruger MkII MGSV: based off the* Remington Auto
When i re-read it it made it sound like the people that died where not innocent, which is not true, what is true however is that the British government made British citizens a target and not the IRA. If you take the time to
SEAL Team 2, they have full fledged arctic capabilities. Team two does a lot of exercises with the Norwegian and Swedish SOF’s who are experts in this type of terrain. Edit: I’d also like to add that some sources mention Team two as the
> Is it some regulation in Belgium that prevents the soldiers from actually holding their rifles? From an American perspective, it looks odd. They are there as a deterrent. If you look at most shots there are Belgian Police around. Chances are they are
America is most definitely not the only country that uses the red and blue colour scheme. Countries that use red and blue include; Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Russia, Slovakia. and I’m sure many more. Most countries in the world though (especially European
I would say it’s a mix of a hard polymer and a rubber. It is not squishy and holds its shape, but it still has a bit of that rubber stickiness. It’s pretty good for a dagger designed for combat. I still prefer a
A lot of it’s just rivalry. SF guys crack jokes that Rangers are just a bunch of dumb jocks, Rangers crack jokes that SF guys are fat and don’t do any cool “door-kicking” missions. The other part is funding. SF is Tier 3, Rangers
Funny. I had pretty much the opposite reaction to ours. Grant it I’m 5’6. But blind spots? Yes, huge ones. However after driving it for a while you get used to them and its not a big deal at all, it certainly doesn’t hinder
The TU 160 is absolutely massive and insanely fast. It’s max takeoff weight is 275 000kg, yet it can still reach mach 2. Compared to similar US bombers, the closest in speed is the B1 which gets up to Mach 1,6. In carry capacity
Well, I have to be a bit sparse on details, because he was pretty sparse on details. I don’t even know where he was deployed, just that it was sandy and in the middle east. Also, please excuse my terminology, I’m non-military. Lastly, it’s
They are surprisingly accurate, if hard to shoot well in factory configuration. [Test with laser sight, I wanted to link a different accuracy test but that has been made private.](http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2014/05/jeremy-s/accuracy-testing-naas-mini-revolver-gun-review-follow/) [Even semi-passable with defensive ammo if you need an ultra-concealable option, and do not
> Yeah we got rid of the Leopards, because we hadn’t used them, ever. This is untrue. The Leopards were deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq. We got rid of them (after spending €250mln on the upgrade to A6M) for €200mln because the politicians thought
No. Anti-Materiel is a designation indicating that it’s meant for use against military equipment, like armored vehicles. Its counterpart is the Anti-Personnel designation, which indicates for use against human targets. Here’s an example of the difference from the wikipedia page, put in terms of
I appreciate the craftsmanship and also the charm of a reproduction of an obscure antique, but…I would never own a working single shot, especially if I was alive in a rough part of the old west. A solid and reliable knife would be a
“No longer exists” isn’t exactly true. It just takes some work to make them. You can get brass off various websites, and there’s *tons* of data on loading these old blackpowder rounds out there (mostly thanks to Black Powder Cartridge Rifle Silhouette shooters).
The Stridsfordon 90, or Combat Vehicle 90, from BAE Systems AB. An advanced platform in use by the Swedish armed forces since 1993 and exported to various European nations. The main Swedish version is the [infantry fighting vehicle](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Swedish_CV9040.JPG), featuring an impressive 40mm Bofors autocannon.
There’s just something about a revolver with a flat, rectangular prism barrel… Ohh godddd… http://goo.gl/wUFRwj
> why wouldn’t the military use balloons You misunderstand the type of balloon. [This](http://i.imgur.com/VDSlRMm.jpg) is a weather balloon. It tracks wind speed by being blown around, and reporting back where it’s been blown to. To use them to detect aircraft, you’d need *billions* of
Freezing doesn’t do anything for horses, especially if their moving around and have a job to do. Maybe some of the desert breeds would be affected, but this one looks like he’s got a nice winter coat all grown in.
[He was threatening he had a gun as well, it started off small but it eventually blew up](http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/ottawa-police-make-arrest-after-6-hour-maclaren-street-standoff-1.3098113)
Yup, the RAF painted their chinooks a nice desert pink/sand for GW 1. Stood out like a cock at a convent and had to be painted over with black paint and brushes bought at a DIY store. http://www.nationalcoldwarexhibition.org/explore/images/timeline/1991/chinook-9-6-92.jpg
As far as I know it just needs a barrel. Since that American company bought it, no. IMI doesn’t make them any more so good luck finding one. I would suggest having one made. It’s the same size and configuration with a smaller bore.
It’s known as “cop baiting”. I’m pretty happy about the new chest cams. On YouTube, this fuck face, upper middle class Caucasian (You’ll see why this is relevant in a second) is clearly impeding traffic on a highway exit. After he and his cronies