IIRc, they pretty much resolved that issue, but it had pretty serious problems with overheating. Firing a bullet produces a huge amount of heat, some of which exits through the barrel behind the bullet, but much of which is absorbed by the shell casing
Completely custom build. Built on a PTR-91 Inc receiver, and with a factory German G3 parts kit. RCM CHF Barrel. IFG-made faux suppressor w/ exhaust ports. HK21 Clubfoot stock, custom Parabellum Combat System’s Two-stage heavy buffer. Video of me and the rifle: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPRE1U1FSJ0
> I was watching RT coverage on this and it was sooo biased. Show me a mainstream Western media that isn’t on Kiev’s side, unbiased, at least neutral. The Guardian, BBC, Euronews, etc. all like to quote whatever Kiev’s officials say. I almost never
Actually it’s a different type of [smock](http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attachments/uniforms/273426d1323011238-postwar-british-windproof-smock-sas-foh1.jpg). I guess I should have added a picture of it. It was issued to almost all units in small numbers for snipers, recce dets, or in the case of foul weather. They came in 4 (supposed) patterns:
I did state that it was a generic ELI5 version. Remember, SF used to be the premier SOF in America and had the abilities to carry out Tier One operations until SFOD-D came around. They still retain that fighting prowess. Navy SEALs are still
I will tell you who gives away their plans–a military force who practices moral leadership. Fallujah attracted foreign fighters from all over the Middle East, and many of the insurgents were residents of Fallujah. Fallujah had hundreds of thousands of civilians–women, children, and the
You did nothing wrong; it was this exchange I responded to: “[–]HAGOODMANAUTHOR 2 points 11 hours ago Your grandfather must have been a courageous, and amazing human being. [–]MikeGayner 10 points 10 hours ago Or possibly an unwitting conscript. Let’s be honest.” What the
Info: It’s a 1944 Springfield Armory Service Grade from CMP. It is marked RRAD-65, which means it was basically rebuilt in 65, and possibly never shot after that, as we were well into M14 territory then, and the barrel measured “0” wear.
>That thought crossed my mind, but it seemed like a pretty terrible joke. It’s the sort of joke most of us on Reddit are used to. >Why pretend it’s his? Given that it’s a screenshot of a YouTube video it’s pretty clear that he’s
I’ve shot the B16 and liked it. I chose the B18 because I got wide shoulders and there’s something about me liking being able to actually see the muzzle, even just the tip, in my forward or peripheral vision when I’m manipulating the weapon.
Well we have all the means and demand and capitol to have them here, we just don’t. It should be happening but it isn’t. You’re right, I don’t think that’s not ironic. Is there a better word I can describe this with? It’s not
And it would also be completely impractical in its intended role, or for any other conceivable role the Norwegian Navy would be interested in filling. Hybrid propulsion was actually used initially, but served no real purpose in a craft designed to operate in coastal
I remember hearing a story a while back about some guy who was in charge of collecting weapons and they turned in some sort of AT weapon and he pointed it at one of his buddies as a joke and fired it, come to
yeah thats the one i saw, I also saw [these](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=et2-NxP-E2o), but he uses the stock on those. People have tons of videos shooting 2 desert eagles at once, though not very effective at all, just looks badass.
Google image searched the image, it is indeed from a flood in Ireland. And it’s probably not a amphibious vehicle, you don’t stand on the roof of amphibious vehicles
Yeah, like with milled vs stamped AK receivers. Milled is stronger than stamped, but it does not matter in practicality. “A stamped receiver will last you a lifetime, a milled will last two” so to speak. Sure, milled may be “nicer,” but both work
What? |platform|range|top speed|capacity| |:–|:–|:–|:–| V-22|870nmi|351mph|20000lb internally/10000lb externally CH-46|550nmi|166mph|5000lb CH-53E|540nmi|196mph|30000 internally/externally CH-53K|460nmi|196mph|35000 internally/externally Super and King Stallions can carry more, but the V-22s can carry it further and faster than anything else the USMC has. Also, the newest heavy helo, the CH-53K, costs $20M *more*
The thing is that lend-lease was signed in October 1941. The Germans basically lost the Battle of Moscow by the mid of November and by the start of December the Russians started their counter attack. They did get some British tanks and airplanes for
The concept of the assault rifle is from taking a full power rifle cartridge and shortening it down to a smaller round because the extra power and range was not necessary for most engagements. If you trace the origin of the assault rifle to
I understand why there is some debate around whether this is indeed a HALO jump or not, but I will stick by my original naming of the title. Oxygen is not required for HALO jumps, only upwards of ~18,000ft ASL is oxygen required, and
Imagine it… he corners his boss in the office, deranged face. He shoots his boss in each knee cap. He takes one step after another. leans in and whispers, “I believe you have my stapler”.
This looks like an airsoft gun to me for several reasons. [Picture for reference](http://i.imgur.com/yA54RLO.png) A: The bolt carrier has stamped dimples where there should be machined holes, and looks like stamped sheet metal. B: The lower receiver looks too long, like ICS M4 airsoft
This is really simplifying it but the Commander Amphibious Task Force (CATF) is responsible for sea control and assigning the designated operational areas as well as wave assignments and all that. They would work with the Commander Landing Force (CLF) using liaisons in combat
I remember reading this in a comment last time this picture was posted. It seems like a strange way to kill people. Shaftoe’s not sure if he approves of everything that is implied by this U-boat. Shaftoe has killed Chinese bandits on the banks