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Supersolvers Files: Inside D-Company

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- Sat, 24 Oct 2020 06:58:18 EST opOFuGGC No.44338
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The world's most ancient, lethal, intricate empire to exist, dawning since the end of the ice age with inventions such as locking place philosophy, espionage art, accounting mathematics, taxation, ciphers and geometric organic game theory, and of course, most notable, crime.

This, is India.

Even one city, has billions of individual notations and trademarks and simples (a term used for a convenient gesture of art) used in common day life, by design impossible to master for a single man, and particularly a woman, so a single set or caste, their term for a racial subtype of breeding redundancy of profession and leadership of a sub-tribe, a lethal term for a military enforcement arms branch of "waters", food and nourishment, provision, may not conquer the country outside the al-kata, under the Dalai Llama.

Crime, uses slang, and it is their invention, crime.

Enter Dawood Ibrahim, rising to the top of this empire, out of the Seven Islands of Mumbai, the trade jeweled gateway of trade to the Northwest of the country, the Pacfic Ocean destination for the Yakuza, and the bejeweled Orient of the Lotus Tong, an ancient freeway of passage trade into "Western" waters, our country.

A Constable's son, a Singh, called perjoratively Down's Syndrome in this country, actually a mastered and refined form of Hindu Rajhput breeding appearing at random obscentricity, enabling a majestic ceremony at the creation of a high Buddhist Master, or alternately, a Hindu Constable, a Sergeant-at-Arms as we think of it.

A master of cipher technology, the combined meanings of three or more art gestures, enabling a memorization of forms.

Closed, to crime, their worldly decision, to prevent corruption of their stakes beneath the latas at command of the heroin business, the vital and corrupt trade out of the East Indies, to control the poor, their nourishment game to sack themselves, for martial arts games up north, in high theater warfare in Pakistan, a sport hunt for children. Savage killers, marsupials they call them, practicing crime merely for trade, like our country, but not poverty, a rich man's game, the intent of crime.

The thema, a boldprint score undermark, is a cop. A reverse, and backwards, is a criminal. This, is the serpent's fang, for a hit, thousands of names per function of the order, impossible even for a high-lata criminal. Unless you are Dawood Ibrahim. But with a Constable, a Singh, you cannot print, reverse and backwards.

It matters not, for this one, learned to mimic, Tony Cliffton, with his Nixon grin, invented by the famous slur 'eat it', while defecating in the pants, at a Congressman from the Democrats, on photograph. With a stogie, and cigar, he rose to the top of crime, mastering the shelf trade by age 20, the removal of a logistic inroad from a highway, by placing a super-Boeing, a jet freeway, above it, his first "free trade", addition to crime, selecting real estate, specializing in Karachi's 'sub-par district'.

Of course, he had to overcome, his deficieny, at the type-face. He just posed as an FBI agent, Tony Cliffton's real face, Andy Kaufman, given honorary status in the FBI, after perfectly mimicking their actual appearance, even the Nixon grin used as a joke firing or a real life beating with a straight face you couldn't keep, with them joking after a radial round to the "noggin", an old Narcotics Bureau term for the back of the face, behind your "bent head", aiming behind the eyes in a witness interrogation booth.

Andy, invented a drug, called 'lotion's bud', Johnson and Johnson Baby Oil, plus an infusion of thyme, given to Dawood Ibrahim, by a British Airways stewardess, named Lois Daughertry, for a promotion to air grade's status, for an illicit deal with Dawood's Singh father to test 'higher promentories', his Singh line corrupted, with lata blood, leadership blood, spotting a means for promotion, suggested to be present all along, to enforce the real estate trade, under British Occupation, since the 17th century, his rise occuring in the 19th, normally culled for high regency errors.

Moving back to form, this enables each order, to appear as if an FBI dispatch, a novel form, perfect for real estate crime, with a bold mark eschewed, unless on American dispatch, as a playful joke, to a handteller, an American drug dealer, that has displeased him,…
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Mystery gun

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- Tue, 24 May 2016 17:44:42 EST jy5eIwfc No.42474
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Does anybody here know what this gun is?
This is a frame from a video of the Iraqi PMUs fighting ISIS in Northern Iraq a few months ago
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Find me photos please - Fri, 23 Oct 2020 13:56:38 EST xxh5mjoC No.44337 Reply
>>42474
I have been having the fantasy that the standard wood and iron guns had been intended to be made of bronze and iron... Bronze or copper instead of wood seems like the weapon would be more durable, and if the weapon would rust only slightly than the rusted copper and iron would look very cool.
I have never seen it in real life or on photos.

Oh Shit

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- Tue, 29 Aug 2017 17:30:20 EST 2zLr2N5+ No.43319
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I talked to an army reserve recruiter today. Said he can wait until my system cleans up until official drug test. Work military around college. Cool guy.

Just realized I'm signing my life away. Don't really give a fuck about that part. But will I every actually get a chance to pillage and murder towel-head villages? I really am worried about that part. I think I need to talk to him about this. Any other reserve members that can help me with this?
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 02:31:51 EST DG8MtXqV No.44335 Reply
>>43319
reservists don't get deployed that much anymore I thought?
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Clara Brimmlehotch - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 13:46:50 EST RTKm38hZ No.44336 Reply
>>43319
>army reserve
>will I every actually get a chance to pillage and murder towel-head villages?

Nope. You didn't sign up for the marines. You're gonna spend most of your time stateside splitting your time between doing endless menial chores and standing around completely bored

If you do wind up overseas you'll just be in a mop-up crew that involves even more standing around while bored

Ideal revolver for self-defense

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- Fri, 08 Apr 2016 13:58:09 EST G8R0kBad No.42335
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Hey dudes. I'm not new to guns or shooting or anything. I was in the army for awhile. However I've never bought a gun of my own because I was always living with people who had guns.

Anyway, I'm wanting to buy a gun to keep in my car for self defense purposes. This is legal in Texas. I prefer revolvers, and would like to keep the cost as low as possible. What do you guys recommend?
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Emma Clarrymog - Wed, 22 Jun 2016 14:47:11 EST aQ8pffJK No.42585 Reply
>>42536
Sell the jammomatic.
Fuck the lcp, they break after a 1000 rounds, 380 is piss ant anyway.

Get a xd 9 sub compact, mod 2. 16 shots nice and tiny and ERGONOMIC AS FUCK. Just got one, love it, love it love it.

A j frame (642, 638, etc) revolver is wonders more reliable and more powerful and actually conceal able than a jammomatic piece of shit.


I hate pocket 380s if you couldn't tell...
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Sophie Pushlock - Tue, 05 Jul 2016 06:43:29 EST RBBTomce No.42617 Reply
>>42390
Wow I live in Alabama and I just bought a new M&P 9 shield shit was like over $400 then again it was new but damn the .40 version is niiiiiiiice
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 02:30:21 EST DG8MtXqV No.44333 Reply
>>42335
a 500 magnum. make sure to get the full frame version so that it can vent gasses properly

What's the most badass weapon you've ever seen owned by a civilian?

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- Thu, 24 Sep 2015 12:28:06 EST JVja9r+9 No.41498
File: 1443112086778.jpg -(1143711B / 1.09MB, 3072x2048) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What's the most badass weapon you've ever seen owned by a civilian?
I'm talking RPG's
C4
Mounted machineguns
etc.

Most I've ever seen was a fully auto AK. Makes me sad :(
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 02:24:10 EST DG8MtXqV No.44330 Reply
>>41514
many nanny states (colorado) have retard tier mag capacity limits typically set at 10 rounds per mag. (this despite the fact that the Virgina Tech shooter used handguns and low capacity magazines killing over 40 people)
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 02:27:56 EST DG8MtXqV No.44331 Reply
>>41875
the problem is that howitzers and all the cool stuff (RPGs, LAWS, etc) are illegal. the best anti-armor you are going to get legally is a .50 caliber semiauto sniper rifle. Other than that you are going to have to go for a muzzle loading cannon
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 02:28:41 EST DG8MtXqV No.44332 Reply
>>44331
by "illegal" i mean they have to be disabled - fire fake dummy rockets etc. you can't have live rounds. it is possible to get HE rounds for certain firearms if you pay the stamp tax for each one perhaps this would be closer if money is no object

Gun price?

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- Tue, 03 Nov 2015 02:56:08 EST /2alIQFT No.41771
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A friend of mine is interested in selling me his bushmaster AR chambered in 7.62x39 for $400. Considering I paid $500 for a new in box century arms ak47 five years ago (I sold it) I'm assuming this is a good deal, but I don't know much about AR's other than that I've heard bushmaster is a good brand. It's registered and mint condition, but I don't know if I should spend $400 on that, or just pick up an SKS for $300.

Can somebody who knows about guns tell me if I'm an idiot?
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Hedda Drallyhig - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 15:03:35 EST Yi6UP2P8 No.41916 Reply
>>41913
I guess you missed the part about leg matches.

No accessories, off the rack. has not a single rail anywhere to be found.
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 02:20:17 EST DG8MtXqV No.44328 Reply
>>41771
ARs chambered in 7.62 are notoriously unreliable my guy


P320C .40

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- Wed, 08 Feb 2017 16:40:09 EST F0uFJko1 No.43035
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Just got my first pistol. How did I do?
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Wesley Gattingmidge - Sat, 27 Jun 2020 15:00:00 EST L5fwx9xG No.44267 Reply
hey do you guys know that snubnoses conceal really well from a visual patdown if you are trying to shoot someone in a crowded high security public area

Examples of brutal hand to hand fighting in modern combat

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- Sat, 06 Jun 2015 00:05:21 EST 3C0AoXGF No.40734
File: 1433563521314.gif -(1114138B / 1.06MB, 427x240) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Examples of brutal hand to hand fighting in modern combat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2emcyHO9Xk&t=5m57s

So this guy was in a deadly hand to hand fight against an enemy, it turned downright desperate..various punches to the face, using his helmet as a bludgeon..even going so far as using the steel plate of his armour to beat the enemy with..the insurgent even went so far as to bite him in the dick before the soldier remembered he had a knife and planted it in his throat. Overall a very vicious, brutal and downright savage battle between two men, face to face, on a modern battlefield.
Are there any other examples of hand to hand fighting in modern war? I don't know why it fascinates me..maybe its because even though wars today are waged with high tech weaponry and firearms, there are still (though rare) cases of fighting coming down to man to man, eye to eye, and hand to hand.
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Sidney Sarrystork - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 06:00:37 EST NwLRkMCo No.43417 Reply
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>>40734
your video is trash, and because you believed it you are probably trash too
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 01:58:58 EST DG8MtXqV No.44324 Reply
>>44311
yep even if you drill CQC or whatever it doesn't matter there is very little to prepare you for the brutality of hand-to-hand unless you have done it before. i don't know if any of you anons have ever been in a fist fight before but I would imagine it's like that times a thousand. or maybe times a million. i mean obviously you can still train and prepare but most modern combat 'plans' do not call for you tangling with somebody in close. when that happens it's because things are NOT going to plan lol. and as well all know no plan survives contact with the enemy

Full auto vs semi auto accuracy

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- Mon, 28 Sep 2020 20:19:20 EST YIw7ylxy No.44311
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What's the difference between full auto accuracy from an assault rifle and semi auto accuracy from a semi auto rifle? Providing images would make it easier too.
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 01:55:13 EST DG8MtXqV No.44323 Reply
>>44311
the basic answer is that there is no difference in accuracy if you utilize the weapon correctly. you are supposed to fire full auto guns in short three round bursts. Controlled bursts. Spraying and praying is some amateur shit

Weapons in case of global catastrophe

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- Sun, 01 Mar 2020 03:33:19 EST D+CW4Bdt No.44188
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hey, /nra/.
to be completely real with you guys, I'm sort of an /x/ and /tinfoil/ fag and I wanna make a survival kit incase anything happens (martial law, nuclear war, alien invasion, etc). I wanna know what weapons I need to survive in these scenarios. So far I've been thinking of getting a machete, a flip knife, and a glock, but I'm pretty sure these won't be enough and so I want some advice from you guys. What else should I add/replace?
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 01:52:15 EST DG8MtXqV No.44321 Reply
>>44188
if you are unwilling to dedicate huge amounts of your time to becoming an expert at maintaining your weapon, I reccomend something that will work if you don't clean it like an AK-47. Ideally this would be an SLR, WBP Poland, Zatsva or similar with a milled reciever (NOT the SLR-107R). Other guns that will hold up despite your lack of expertise are pump/lever action guns, revolvers, bolt action rifles, and the like. Do not buy an AR-15 if you aren't prepared to learn how to strip and clean the thing blindfolded
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 01:53:35 EST DG8MtXqV No.44322 Reply
>>44314
easiest trap to make is to put a bunch of nails through a 2 x 4 and when the bad guys come lay the boards out in front of your doors and windows, nail side up. when the bad guys come running in they will get a foot full of distraction and will often make lots of noise alerting you

Rectangle scattergun choke?

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- Mon, 05 Oct 2020 01:49:53 EST VZRRbf2D No.44315
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Saw this in a movie, would such a thing have an effect on the pattern of shot that comes out? Would it create more of a wide one?
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 01:49:57 EST DG8MtXqV No.44320 Reply
>>44156
so basically my impression is that this is an olden tyme shotgun. the flared muzzle in fact was to spread the often multiple shots (just like a shotgun) that were loaded into the blunderbuss. an interesting weapon but ineffective at long range
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blunderbuss

The best weapon to carry daily, besides a gun.

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- Fri, 31 Jan 2020 03:11:33 EST iAo4JxFB No.44156
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I used to carry one of these because it's very good vs knifes and that's what most people carry if they do have a weapon.

What other weapon do you use for everyday carry or think is the best to have on hand in case shit goes down, besides a gun.

Walking with a cane is a pretty good weapon too. And no one cares about someone having a huge cane.
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John Drabblepig - Sat, 26 Sep 2020 19:30:28 EST 89x2/AlH No.44307 Reply
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Farmnigga. Everyone carries around a .22 here, but a bow looks more fearsome
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Reuben Sirrytane - Mon, 12 Oct 2020 12:15:52 EST wPNfapoE No.44318 Reply
>>44302
I've actually done it but I was just making up a story in that post. You can get away with anything, be it the right time in the right place. I've done a lot in public. I got into a street fight in a stripmall/plaza and nobody called the cops. The dude got his whole family and they followed me to a liquor store, I came out with a wine bottle to fend them off and walked through an intersection, walked home shirtless.

Also got into another street fight right before sunrise, with a lot of shouting, weapons drawn, no one called the cops.

I vandalized someones car in broad day at the the same plaza I mentioned above, days after the street fight. I still had a black eye and cut marks on my neck from where the guy bit me. Someone almost hit me with their car and I followed him and yelled at him, he went into the store, I went and picked up some rocks and threw them at his driver's side window.

People worry about the cameras but it's not as bad yet as you might think. They're a deterrent, but the fact of the matter is most people are scared enough to not commit crime, it doesn't mean it's not possible to still do it without getting caught.

I could write more stories but there's really no point. I've had the police call me and tell me they have me on camera doing something. And then nothing happens because they're lying I guess and trying to get you to self incriminate.

I'm not a bad person, just sometimes you get fed up with bullshit and rather than just dealing with it you put your foot down and show people they can't treat you a certain way.
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Polly Piffinglock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 01:47:22 EST DG8MtXqV No.44319 Reply
>>44156
depends what your criteria for "best" is buddy. in terms of lethality yeah a straight edge combat knife of actually good quality is your best bet. normie tier would be cold steel


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