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Post Discipline Sarah Palin ## Mod ## 10/08/28(Sat)08:56 No. 10363 [Reply] Locked Stickied
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Welcome to the /w/ - Weapons board here on 7chan. This board is for general discussion related to weapons and military.

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9mm vs. .45 Sarah Palin 13/10/05(Sat)05:22 No. 14799 [Reply]
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Hello /v/, first time poster here, my 21st D-day is coming up and I want my license to carry and conceal. I have my eyes on a snazzy Glock 21 chambered in the .45 but I only have experience in the lighter 9 mm round, so, I need to know, is the extra recoil very noticeable? I am a pretty big guy and can usually handle myself but is there a hugely noticeable difference in kick?


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Sarah Palin 18/01/25(Thu)16:33 No. 15414

>>14799
unless you are fat or wear really baggy cloths you will not be able to properly conceal a Glock 21. like the other anon said, there is little power difference between 9/40 and 45. I have a Glock 19 and 42. The 19 prints slightly at all times. I am 69" 170 lbs btw. If not fat I suggest 26, if fat I suggest 23/19 or 17/22. Also, if you are poor you might want 9mm because it is cheaper to shoot but you can carry +p+ that has the same power as a 40. It so exciting getting your ccw permit amd first handgun!


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Skunch 18/04/09(Mon)21:35 No. 15424

.45 is twice the mass of 9mm with half the muzzle velocity. 9mm can over penetrate, .45 is heavier, so gravity gets involved at longer ranges.


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Sarah Palin 18/06/15(Fri)03:13 No. 15430

45 was made to stop a man sized target in a matter of life and death why would you want to need to dump half a mag to stop an attacker




Can a tank have wheels? Sarah Palin 17/02/09(Thu)07:44 No. 15363 [Reply]
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I'm arguing with my friend whether a tank can have wheels or not and what makes a tank a tank.

He's saying in order for a tank to be a tank it has to have a tracked chassis as the main determining factor.

I say it just determines on what its role is. As in a bulky armored vehicle.

I suppose this also goes into the argument of what differentiates a tank from an APC.

Also if a tank is simply determined by treads what about future prototype tanks that only have legs?

Tanks clearly can have more than just treads in my opinion but I suppose i'll let you guys argue about it.

http://www.strawpoll.me/12300143/ (embed)

Here's the strawpoll.
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.


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Sarah Palin 18/06/08(Fri)04:27 No. 15429

>>15363
What you have pictured is an armored car.




Alternative weaponry? Sarah Palin 14/07/23(Wed)08:29 No. 14988 [Reply]
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I suddenly had the urge to think about alternative /w/eaponry.

Thinks like the tool on the left can be adapted into weapons. So, this thread will be all about the use of everyday items as weapons (I feel like an advertisement for some reason).

So, lets start taking about /w/eapons. In what ways could we adapt things like this needle scaler, or, say, a light bulb, into effective weapons?


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Sarah Palin 17/12/01(Fri)08:29 No. 15407

what counts as a weapon?

i would guess that light bulb would make a good molotov's coctail, or a bomb. You could also just throw it on the ground, those shards would be painful if walked barefoot..

one thing that i saw on the simpsons was "the defender"
just pick a heavy object like microwave oven or something similar and tie a rope/chain around it.


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cantankerous 18/04/05(Thu)11:29 No. 15423

ban all tools that can be used violently for maximum peaceful compliance


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Sarah Palin 18/06/04(Mon)12:57 No. 15428

Electric lighters make great tasers




Mad Max Sarah Palin 15/11/10(Tue)12:52 No. 15181 [Reply]
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What is the gun mad max uses in the films?


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Sarah Palin 16/01/06(Wed)00:10 No. 15215

>>15181

http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Mad_Max


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gun willystuff 18/05/05(Sat)18:32 No. 15426

Sawed-off VG Bentley Double-Barreled Shotgun


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Sarah Palin 18/05/06(Sun)15:58 No. 15427

A sawn off shotgun




Sarah Palin 14/07/08(Tue)10:38 No. 14980 [Reply]
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Check it. Subs.

Big new Russian stealth ones.


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Conscript 18/04/28(Sat)10:10 No. 15425

GLORIOUS SUBMARINE FOR GLORIOUS MOTHERLAND, RUSSIAN SUBS ARE BEST SUBS!




Sarah Palin 17/11/14(Tue)22:01 No. 15401 [Reply]
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Sarah Palin 17/12/08(Fri)06:09 No. 15409

>>15402
I think the whole "everything is bomb" applies.


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Sarah Palin 17/12/09(Sat)16:54 No. 15411

>>15402
Saftey switch or not, I'm not sure I'd ever be comfortable with the "security" of sitting on a loaded shotgun.

A better idea would be to weld a firing pin inside the down tube, load it as per >>15401, but the mechanism is just the seat itself pressing on down on the shell's rim--and don't forget to unload it before riding.


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cantankerous 18/04/05(Thu)11:28 No. 15422

I woukd like to leave booby trapped bikes for thieves

many entertaining youtube videos in this comedy genre




@nâr©hI$✝s co0k🅱🅾🆗 Sarah Palin 16/04/29(Fri)08:46 No. 15280 [Reply]
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Where can I find the anarchists cookbook in eBook format? None of the links I've tried have panned out. They're either bogus or watched sites. Hope you niggs can help a fag in need of some reading.


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Sarah Palin 17/11/06(Mon)19:57 No. 15398

>>15280
here ya go anon. a copy of mine. it is the shitty reprint version but yeah.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4N3EvwfHJD_TVpuSjBpdkxzMG8


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Sarah Palin 18/03/13(Tue)03:37 No. 15419

http://textiles.com/anarchy/ is a good resource.


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cantankerous 18/04/05(Thu)11:23 No. 15421

usenet




The Ar/k/ mega torrent Sarah Palin 16/02/16(Tue)21:27 No. 15238 [Reply]
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Somebody at 4chan /k/ put together a ~300gb mega torrent of gunsmithing, weapons training, explosives, field manuals, etc. I thought you guys might enjoy it.

torrent file found here: https://thepiratebay.se/torrent/13561569

magnet link found here: http://pastebin.com/uF0NV5Nf

(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)


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Sarah Palin 17/12/08(Fri)06:14 No. 15410

>>15276
The hats themselves are made of leather, but idk what the spike is made out of.


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Sarah Palin 17/12/26(Tue)04:43 No. 15412

>>15283
Legit, albeit fucking huge.


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Sarah Palin 18/03/22(Thu)03:21 No. 15420

>>15238
are the files still there? The link isn't working for me




Sarah Palin 18/02/07(Wed)07:06 No. 15415 [Reply]
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Found this in a news article about China's (alleged) new rail gun.

This is supposed to be a test firing "of a US navy electromagnetic rail gun that can fire projectiles at 8700km/h — without the aid of gunpowder"

If the cannon doesn't use any gunpowder, and the projectile is not self-propelled, where is all that fire coming from?

My first thought was this must be an ordinary cannon firing an ordinary projectile from an explosive propellant and no one bothered to do any research before publishing the article, as is standard procedure for modern news.

Then again, despite the aerodynamic design of the projectile it must create some friction against the air and the barrel, and in turn heat; the magnetic propulsion system may also generate heat on the projectile through induction. Would a projectile fired from a suffiently powerful railgun create such an explosion when exiting the barrel?


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Sarah Palin 18/02/09(Fri)06:09 No. 15416

Hypersonic projectile tend to ignite the air around them. Consider a meteor entering the earth's atmosphere.


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Sarah Palin 18/02/11(Sun)13:16 No. 15417

>>15416
Ok, so it does generate sufficent friction. My mental picture of railgun operation had left out that aspect of physics.


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H3 18/03/11(Sun)14:43 No. 15418

the air is not actually glowing in that picture

It was photographed using polarized light and the air density changes cause some of the light to not be able to get through the polarizer in front of the camera giving a false colour image

the friction through the air is sufficient to heat it up but not to the point it will start glowing you would to push to more like reentry speed to make the air glow

After all all the rockets Musk puts up have to go 17500 mph to launch a satellite but they don't glow on the way up




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