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,
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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
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
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.
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.
[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
gfy is the way to go but there was very little footage to choose from, your gif was good in capturing the important parts. (and as always: hat tip and much thanks to the endless efforts that /u/ForgottenWeapons provides the community) i tried a
I know! I got it that way and it hurt me a little.. However the guy did sell it to me for 500.00 so I doubt he really knew, or cared what he had..
From a series by Vitaly V. Kuzmin, more excellent high resolution pictures of the same pistol [here](http://vitalykuzmin.net/?q=node/542) Maxim Popenker has a detailed article on the history of this firearm [here](http://www.forgottenweapons.com/other-handguns/pb-silenced-pistol/).
Not trying to sound like a jerk, but they are a different culture. Often time’s when Astronauts cross train with Cosmonauts there is often a big cultural difference between how to go about solving a problem. For example in Chris Hadfields book he described
I really like it so far it’s very quick at close ranges but gives you the ability push out pretty far aswell. I wish they offered the scope with some type of reticle that you could mil targets with but all in all its
I have a Passport II from Coastal Gun. They have their name stamped on the side of the barrel/can that is shown in OP’s pic. Also, I think you would be able to see the end cap for servicing the suppressor. Although the one
Yeah, up in Albany with all the other old military hardware like jeeps and old tanks. Believe it our not, it’s actually used for the “worst case senario” type thing in which the government would resort to using old equipment if all other equipment
Fuck Gun control. So many semi-auto weapons. But we’ll just ban THIS one in particular, just to piss off the pro-gun guys. That’ll show em who’s morally superior Edit: I meant to say: “This one, that one, and that one. Oo, that looks kinda
No I was right, my buddy’s DIAS was made by Wilson Arms Co. Yes I’m aware of Wilson combat… I’m not referring to a complete firearm, but rather a piece of one made prior to 86′. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=395432345
My understanding is that SilencerCo no longer makes the Osprey suppressor in FDE, Black Only. So I bought my FNX45 in Black, and Have a black Osprey 45 in Jail right now.
Yea, the best way to get good service at a gun shop to be a good customer. To be a good customer, know what you want, to an extent. I don’t mind showing people guns to get a feel for them and explaining different
[Here’s](http://imgur.com/iG2adhp) a .700 next to a .50 BMG. And [this](http://imgur.com/mT9qo7R) is a .50 bmg next to some more common rounds for those that don’t know quite how big it is.
I’m assuming the source for that number is [here](http://www.timelapse.dk/thesilencer.php). >Reportedly the suppressor functions optimally within the first 10 – 15 rounds fired. For those who prefer dry numbers I can inform that the American OSS (Office of Strategic Service), according to a document dated
I meant underrated in that there’s so few anecdotes about police departments and spec ops groups using them which is odd given that the 226 was considered to be the “SEAL sidearm”, but when you hear .45 and SEAL/DEVGRU or U.S. Special Forces in
Basically, they have superior penetrative power. They could pierce armor while being significantly lighter and using less powder than more conventional ammunition. I’ve only ever encountered them in shotgun shells. Imagine a handful of sewing needles coming at you at supersonic speeds. The disadvantages
[Source](https://www.blacksheepwarrior.com/fnp-45-gemtech-blackside-45-suppressor-photo-review/) with a lot more hi-res photos.
No I don’t much like the Shadow’s profile either (I shoot an M&P 9L) But it seems to be the gun of choice for Production here, due to availability of OEM parts you can tweak it quite a bitand still stay within the rules,
Or an action like the 1895 Nagant revolver. I mean, there are other revolver carbines out there, but there’s a reason lever actions won out in the early repeating rifle designs. You could totally build one nowadays and work a way around that flaw.