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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

i hate tacticool stallion carbines

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- Sat, 28 Sep 2019 14:45:10 EST q6xTretB No.44015
File: 1569696310142.jpg -(109821B / 107.25KB, 561x960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. i hate tacticool stallion carbines
what happened to hot as heavy "20 barrels and iron sights with hot handles?

tacticool mall ninja carbines are for mass shooter stallions.
real heavy barrel rifles for Marines!
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Cedric Crurringchock - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 12:19:13 EST GLk+v0PO No.44018 Reply
20 inch guns are sweet and take the 5.56 to its full potential. One of my favorites is a 20" i built, but I have an optic on it
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Phyllis Gunninghood - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 10:38:05 EST XfFhJSwc No.44028 Reply
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>>44015
Hes yes yo! Don't forget about THE muzzles with holes. In future mech/walker projects they may be usefull. Please remember my pentedrone addiction problems....
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Scheeperschop - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 11:54:25 EST XfFhJSwc No.44029 Reply
>>44028
This them muzzles looking legal on legal dessert eagle.

What I think of The Zip Tie Mod on Folding Knives

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- Sat, 28 Sep 2019 11:29:50 EST kRwqrMjj No.44014
File: 1569684590284.jpg -(2655103B / 2.53MB, 1872x3328) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What I think of The Zip Tie Mod on Folding Knives
https://hubpages.com/sports/What-I-think-of-The-Zip-Tie-Modification-on-Folding-Knives
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Samuel Sommlestone - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 04:30:51 EST VZRRbf2D No.44025 Reply
>>44014
I just did this the other day to my “walking at night knife. Didn’t know it was a thing others where doing. I’ll look at this

Background check with a felony conviction as a minor

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- Thu, 03 Oct 2019 21:06:25 EST MHl4vSU/ No.44024
File: 1570151185442.jpg -(107256B / 104.74KB, 800x737) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Background check with a felony conviction as a minor
long story short, I have atleast 2 aggravated assault charges from when I was like 14 (its been a long time i forget the specifics). if i remember correctly after all was said and done i was considered an adjudicated delinquent, i forget if they said my record would be expunged or not.

anyway, I have recently considered getting into firearms for sport and self defense, but I'm not sure where things fall legally, and from what I've read so far my state could put me on probation if I don't fill out my background check properly. is there any way short of hiring a laywer to look into my case that I can get info on how to proceed legally?

Truth

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- Wed, 29 May 2019 02:17:18 EST Ibg+4NMC No.43868
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Guns are for four things:
Bad hunters, weak fighters, the paranoid, and people fighting people with guns

Honestly you wuss bag faggots act like you're special
A mentally handicapped, half blind, 300lb retard in a wheelchair could shoot someone.you either don't have balls, are so weak you're holding back evolution, or you're just plain sick in the head.
Fight me stankasses
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Martha Cluckleton - Fri, 27 Sep 2019 03:43:48 EST J7DWLZ6W No.44012 Reply
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>>43868
OP is a troll but that "man card" shit these companies use to sell toys to deeply insecure men is funny as fuck
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Jenny Conkinwater - Fri, 27 Sep 2019 03:55:04 EST peDWPPX1 No.44013 Reply
>>44012
Yeah, it does show that gun boards/forums actually are the easiest to troll just given the amount of responses this thread has gotten. Also surely that man card thing is satirical, it just seems a bit to on the nose to genuine.
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Shitting Hellyman - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 15:44:31 EST vERzgJPG No.44019 Reply
>>44012

if we're being real, that isn't too far off from the type of marketing women are subjected to on a constant basis

Assajewsetts

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- Wed, 29 Aug 2018 02:05:22 EST LVkxqeNU No.43717
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>Live in Massachusetts
>Want to own guns
>Want to smoke weed
>Can't move anywhere else because I'm a mid-20s NEET with no HS diploma
What the fuck do I do
Are there any States that let you smoke weed and own guns?
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Ernest Brorrychore - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 12:50:22 EST kgPqY1sG No.43822 Reply
>>43720
>If you are ever in a citizen involved shooting with a gun that you legally own, you will be piss tested and if you come up positive for weed you will most likely be charged with lying on a federal form, federal felony charge of being a prohibited person in possession of a gun, or both.

I’ll take things that have never happened for 200.

You guys have some fucking crazy imaginations.
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James Claystone - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 06:31:57 EST aH2KJgFm No.43994 Reply
>>43717
Yeah dude, fucking most of them. Move South.

Also, what the fuck is wrong with the people there? The Revolution started in Massachusetts. Why is it filled with pussies now?

Knives

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- Wed, 21 Aug 2019 01:16:32 EST og4d4g2G No.43967
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Give me one reason to fear these less than guns. They’re everywhere and just about everyone has one. And they’re just as likely to be used in crimes, including mass murders. Examples include:

>John Murphy stabbing rampage
On June 5, 1909, John Murphy, with a maniacal shriek, stabbed five co-workers to death with a 15-inch razor edged knife, wounding 4 others at the North Packing and Provision Company slaughterhouse in Somerville, Massachusetts.

>William Jones stabbing rampage
On March 5, 1950, William Jones, after being released from a state hospital for the criminally insane 4 days prior, went on a knife-wielding rampage through the streets of Brooklyn, New York, killing 4, wounding 3. During the 4-day period of his release, he had been out with some friends, consumed some whiskey and thought people were laughing at him. He returned home in search for a weapon, and after apparently finding none, he went out, entered a restaurant, grabbed a bread knife, and went on his rampage.

>1971 gang riot in Cleveland, Ohio leaves 5 dead, 21 wounded in melee
On the night of March 6, 1971 (Saturday) near 10 am, a 10-minute clash between members of the motorcycle gangs Akron Breed and The Violators (a New York branch of the Hell’s Angels) occurred at the Fourth Annual Motorcycle Custom and Trade Show in the Polish Women’s Hall. Gang members were armed with knives, chains and clubs, leaving 5 dead (all from stab wounds), and 21 wounded (including three policemen), with an additional 83 arrested.

>1983 Malibu Grand Prix murders
Four young male employees of the Malibu Grand Prix arcade and racetrack in Houston, Texas are found stabbed to death after three men (Richard Wilkerson, Kenneth Ray Ransom and James Edward Randle) rob the store of $1,300.

>September 1986 family of four killed by home intruders in Chicago
On the night of September 24, 1986, Lawrence “Pumpkin” Jackson and Robert Driskel broke into the home of Vernita Winder and her fiancé Mark “Tiny” Brown, killing them both with a knife along with Vernita’s friend Shirley Martin and Vernita’s 4-year-old daughter Dana Winder. Injured was Urica Winder, 6, another daughter who was stabbed 48 times and survived and who later testified against the two men in court. All four were killed inside their public housing project in Chicago’s West Side.

>9/11
On 3 of the 4 planes that crashed on 9/11 (Flights 11, 175 and 93), anywhere between at least 4 - 7 people were stabbed to death and between 5 - 7 were wounded by the hijackers using boxcutter and multitool knives as they were in the process of taking over the airplanes.

>Young Fero’s massacre
On October 17, 2012, Dexter Lewis, Lynell Hill and Joseph Hill had held up a Sports Bar in Denver, Colorado, with one holding up the cashier at gunpoint, the other blocking the door, and the last person (Dexter Lewis), who, armed with a knife, proceeded to stab everybody inside the restaurant to death, killing 5, before burning the place down and fleeing with $170.

Then you have the 21 foot rule that states that if someone with a knife were at least 21 feet away from somebody with a gun and they were to close in for an attack and they knew how to use it, that person with the gun is fucked 99% of the time. Knives are also used for military training as well as for grappling training, et cetera. Give me one reason why I should fear these less than a gun. I’ll wait.
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Ernest Begglemotch - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 00:30:06 EST bkaW1qrt No.43988 Reply
>>43973
Well, then again, 9/11 killed 2,977 people and injured over 33,000 others, has a gun ever been able to do that? Knives are silent killers and are good for grappling training, and I can’t think of any weapon that could be better for the purpose of hijacking a plane than a knife. A bomb would’ve just killed the people on the plane, and a gun would’ve just caused the plane to crash, so if anything, at least in that scenario, knives were a better weapon of choice. And while you could argue that knives are no longer allowed on planes, but if you look at what happened on Flight 77, they didn’t use knives or mace, as they were hassled for extra security at the airport and had their weapons confiscated. They simply overpowered the cockpit crew and forced them, along with the rest of the passengers and flight attendants to the back of the plane so they could fly it into the Pentagon. While nothing like that has happened since (at least not on that scale, mainly due to terrorism screening), but it’s definitely food for thought.
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Walter Clonningdock - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 08:55:47 EST LSYxGDHB No.43995 Reply
>>43975
So, not really? In which case, I kinda see why people are incredibly concerned about what's going on with guns.
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Nigel Suckledale - Tue, 24 Sep 2019 17:24:42 EST ZCmrX/Pe No.44003 Reply
>>43987
*AHAHAHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA*

Shotty

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- Sun, 17 Mar 2019 12:25:54 EST Q57VIXiQ No.43802
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How old do you have to be to fire a shotgun without breaking your arm?
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Edward Drennerway - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 00:56:23 EST 39Efw6cR No.43919 Reply
>>43802
12 is a good starting point, give or take a year.
Though if they're a shrimpy kid like I was, the barrel might seem heavy as hell.
When I was getting my Shotgun Merit Badge at summer camp, I could only manage it with the 20ga they had. I could take the recoil of the 12ga all day long, but they had a bull barrel on it, while the 20 was a featherweight.
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Hannah Dezzleridge - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 00:41:23 EST PW7JGVvk No.43989 Reply
>>43802
Being raised in the country its 12.. . BB guns n broad tipped small compound bows at 8-9ish.
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Fanny Greenfuck - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 14:41:42 EST XvzQvBDU No.43991 Reply
>>43802
Breaking your arm is highly unlikely unless you are single digits in age.

Shotguns in general have a sharp recoil impulse because of the fast burning powder and non-semi auto's are even worse because there is no action to slow down the impulse.

It also depends heavily on the loading and other things.

An example would be shooting light recoil birdshot out of a Benelli M4 or Franchi 48AL. I doubt one would even be bruised at 12-13 years old from 1 single shot if taught how to properly hold and shoot a gun.

However something like a 3 1/2" 12ga slug out of a single shot H&R Partner would be painful to even a long time shooter. I've shot dozens of different firearms and the only long gun that ever left me aching was several 12ga slugs from a Mossberg 500. I had some very minor bruising to the cheek/jaw and some mild bruising to my shoulder. And mind you this was during my competitive clay shooting time in my life and even still, I am very hard to bruise on my shoulder.

I don't usually go around kids because they are annoying as fuck and discourage scaring them with oversized guns and whatnot but the few times I've seen kids shoot calibers and guns too big for them they usually get knocked down from standing improperly, get scope eye, or a nearly broken wrist. They almost always drop the guns too. Usually it is a big laugh for the fudd father who is usually drinking but the kid usually gets scared away from guns and injured even if minorly.

I also have seen many children age 10-13 shoot lots of 20ga and 410's at least marginally effectively and some fire a 12ga. Most that know how to shoot guns that do have recoil can manage a 12ga's recoil, they just can't handle the weight.

Is it Possible to Convert the Boeing 747 into a Bomber?

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- Wed, 21 Aug 2019 09:45:10 EST UWam2wIw No.43976
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https://hubpages.com/education/Is-it-Possible-to-Convert-the-Boeing-747-into-a-Bomber
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Samuel Hettingridge - Thu, 22 Aug 2019 03:46:25 EST J1UgTDih No.43980 Reply
>>43976
It would probably also call for having two of its engines moved to the tail. Same alteration if you were repurposing the A380 the same way, since that beast has just gotten canned.
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Fucking Sodgedale - Thu, 22 Aug 2019 12:02:42 EST rHpVdMbL No.43981 Reply
>>43980
>It would probably also call for having two of its engines moved to the tail.

That would unbalance the airframe so much that it essentially would have to be redesigned from scratch.

>Same alteration if you were repurposing the A380 the same way, since that beast has just gotten canned.

Concorde 2: electric boogaloo. Yet another case study of billions of dollars of european tax money being misspent on another moronic european hubris project.
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Air National Guard - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 17:54:09 EST BlkVC5C1 No.43990 Reply
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>>43979
most epic airforce troll I've ever heard

AR-15: kit or gun?

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- Sun, 28 Jul 2019 20:25:57 EST bROCURqE No.43947
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Pretty much title.

I want to get an AR-15 without spending too much, but I want as high quality as I can get. I want the most bang for my buck basically.

Never built a gun before, but I'm very handy and can follow instructions and read diagrams and all the stuff that comes with actually putting it together, but I'm still responsibly cautious about the craftsmanship of my final product.

Having said that, would I be better off spending the extra bit on a prefab gun made by a manufacturer, or do y'all think a first-timer can pull it off without issue?

Also, is a kit the way to go when trying to lower cost? What do y'all think?

Any recommendations for brands/retailers to buy would be greatly appreciated as well.
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Hugh Bleddlehall - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 15:07:21 EST BbxmFCnF No.43963 Reply
>>43961
Yeah I know things are gonna get crazy but honestly, I don't think with Trump and Republican majority it will be like the insanity during 2012. I really hate the gun community ya know? I mean we are facing down an AWB, National Background checks, and worst of all Red Flag laws.

I mean sheeit nigga, Trump don't give a fuck about your rights and if he says AWB and a National Registry and Red Flags, him, his retarded ass fucking supporters and the GOP cunts will all jump on the bandwagon. I know dozens of people into guns that when Obama did it, they screamed bloody murder, fuckin no compromise ever. But now with Trump and the GOP, "Well you don't really need a whatever. We need to do something about this, that, and the other."

It won't be the same panic. The election will generate some scarcity but it won't be like before with Hillary I don't think. Or maybe it will I dunno. I don't think Trump will win because a recession is coming and I think it will hit before the elections. But then maybe that is good because of any left-wing democrat pushes for gun control it will be like a declaration of war like with Obama. I always said lots of gun control would be passed under Trump and it would just be a few mass shootings away. And look what is happening. Before he even got elected I knew Republican majorities always passed gun control. Nobody listened. It was a tough situation in 2016 though because of the SCOTUS picks and shit. You needed a republican to keep the gridlock but at the same time, it was fucking Trump of all people.

>If Trump gets reelected, I'm calling it now, a full scale AWB, mag bans, possibly mandatory buy-backs, national registry/background checks, red flag laws, and probably an NFA outright ban.


Hell, I'm willing to say 50/50 shot of ending up with mag bans, red flags, and background checks before 2020's election. Ole Moscow Mitch and the GOP are looking to save some face and gun control would be a quick 1-2 punch to get some left-wing favoritism. Maybe in their minds. Everyone will still hate the GOP, and rightfully so.

I got my list of shit to get before the ban and elections though.

22/45
GP100
P226 in .357 Sig
Mossberg MVP that takes AR mags
Mossberg 930 JM
Mini-14
AK-V

Half of that shit wouldn't be affected by a ban but probably the next one will be the 930. Then the P226. I don't think I'll ever be able to find a reasonably priced AK-V before fucking 2030 lol. Maybe I'll just do a CZ Scorpion instead. The biggest issue it stocking up mags for all that shit. Mini-14 mags aren't cheap. Fucking P226 mags are pricey too. I also need to buy another 10 or 20 AR mags and some more Glock mags that are 32 rounders. And a threaded glock barrel. I feel like a bitch throwing away so much money but that FOMO shit is a bitch. Of course, there isn't much fear, it isn't a question of if, it is when and that is the name of the game. I guess I'll always be able to get more money from a job. Maybe not the case with guns and ammo. I want my collection good and taken care of before I get a big fat no from jolly ole Uncle Sam.
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Walter Fullyhack - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 13:53:34 EST rHpVdMbL No.43964 Reply
>>43963

>a full scale AWB, mag bans
So what. It'll be like last time where anybody with grandfathered inventory will make fucking bank, the laws do nothing, it causes another red wave in congress like the last AWB did in '96, then in 10 years political inaction lets it expire.

>mandatory buy-backs
lolno. There is no reality in America where this is ever a possibility. That shit would be all tied up in lawsuits for 100 years if they ever tried it.

>national registry
Unconstitutional

>background checks
We already have these

>red flag laws
These honestly aren't that bad of a concept tbh. I'm completely fine with the mom of some crazy violent fucktard autist to now have the legal ability to turn them into a de-facto restricted person.

>probably an NFA outright ban
Also unconstitutional. Plus the NFA is already a pseudo-backdoor ban, due to the artificially limited supply of tax stamps.
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Beatrice Nunderdun - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 12:46:04 EST BbxmFCnF No.43965 Reply
>>43964
The new AWB's will be permanent. It isn't the status quo to enact laws with expiration dates. That was a unique act.

Buy backs could be tied up in lawsuits but the supreme court is very difficult about hearing 2nd amendment cases. They can just choose not to hear something you know? Also, the law in place is the law until it is repealed. While a lawsuit on it may be in progress, it is still the law.

National registries are not unconstitutional and national background checks are a defacto registry.

We don't have national background checks yet.

Red flag laws are probably the most dangerous piece of legislation possible. It enables the government to say, "We heard you was dangerous fam; then a 4am kickdoor by the cops and you're murdered for being psychotic with firearms." No due process, no legal recourse, fucking nothing. Honestly, this is probably about the worst piece of legislation since the Patriot Act. All due process and legal jurisprudence is dead. You don't even have to have weapons, anyone could just say they want you investigated and then the cops have the legal right to murder you. I'm be quite honest, I'd much rather loose the 2nd amendment in entirety before red flag laws got put in place. At least then we would still have the 1st amendment which is the most important. The level of absurdity of giving the government this kind of power and both sides of the isle pushing for it is just utterly in-fucking-sane.

Red flag laws mean nothing anyways as you can just record someone saying something insane and getting them put on a 72 hour psych-hold anyways.

An outright NFA ban isn't unconstitutional according the the Supreme Court, the 2nd amendment may be regulated by the government, even stated by Scalia. While I agree any singular soldier operated armament shall be legal for the citizenry, that isn't how the courts see it. Tax stamps also aren't limited they're just slow as fuck but the ATF is moving a lot of it online and the NFA process is speeding up dramatically. Especially for non-suppressor, non-machine gun NFA items.

Possibly one of the worst things Trump has done is tell the ATF to reinterpret the law to classify bump-stocks as machine guns. The law says one thing and bump-stocks don't fit the law of a machine gun. Well Trump tells the ATF to reinterpret and then overnight without any act of congress or any checks and balances, boom you're a felon if you have one. The legal precedent for this is completely unfounded and extremely dangerous. Trump is a loose cannon who doesn't give a fuck about our democracy or system and will do whatever is cool and trendy at the time or whatever he thinks is at least. The ATF could now say that something else is banned because they're ruling on the spirit of the law rather than the text. Outside of SCOTUS possible friendly 2a nominations, Trump has been among the worst things to happen to gun rights in almost 2 decades on a national level.

Fucked up on cordite

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- Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:40:33 EST kziJAh9j No.43711
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I wasn't sure whether to post this here or on /other/. Apparently crazy motherfuckers used to eat, drink, or suck on cordite back when it was used.

"About three cartridges added to half a pint of water or tea
boiled down to about a gill, when it is of the consistency of thick
molasses or glycerine, and sipped occasionally, makes one feel
like a prince. Taken in this form, cordite makes me want to
tell all my troubles and all I know to any listener. It gradually
produces sleep, the awakening being accompanied by the usual
headache, but the feeling is not quite so bad as I would have felt
had I drunk beer WIth it.
"If beer, say a few pints, is drunk in conjunction with the
above solution, it very shortly makes me as mad as a man oon get ,
without becoming absolutely a raving lunatic. It was while in
this condition that I went over to the station-master at Platrand,
four miles away, dressed in my underclothes and a blanket, and
without boots at midnight, woke him up, and told him if he
would give me a bed for the night I would work his telegraph
instruments for him all day long. I am not fully cognisant of
what I do while in this state, but generally find out about it next
day, sometimes to my great surprise, as it seems hard to believe
some of the antics which I am told I have performed; but the
knowledge of them does not worry me next day, as I feel too bad.
Cordite, no matter how taken or in what form, always gives me
the most terrible nightmares, in fact, everything seems to be in a
chaotic state. As long as a man has cordite in his system he is
more or less insane, although he may appear sane enough. My
eyes feel as if they were jumping from their sockets, and objects
have a dim appearance as long as the headache lasts."
https://jramc.bmj.com/content/jramc/1/4/277.full.pdf

So, uhhh... Anybody try it?
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Nathaniel Tillingman - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 18:40:38 EST k6pIPnrb No.43946 Reply
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>>43941
Stone soup is a real Oaxacan dish as well as an old legend. Sometimes humans make legends real to try and emulate them, otherwise legends can coincide with traditions that were already underway an entire continent from where the legend started.
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Charlotte Smalldale - Thu, 08 Aug 2019 10:09:16 EST 9I/vQaGz No.43957 Reply
>>43946
Thanks, that was an interesting read, I like the "lucky fish" made out of iron to give people elemental iron in their diet...
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Thomas Genkinlock - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 17:21:51 EST 2REEvGK7 No.43962 Reply
>>43941

completely unrelated to this topic but this just blew my fucking mind, I've been playing Dungeon Crawl: Stone soup for several years and I always thought the "stone soup" part was just some random bunch of words. I read your comment, googled up the phrase, read the story and now I'm sitting here completely mind blown. Oh and the page even mentions this game "..a computer game which expanded on an abandoned project using contributions from many different coders"

Wow.
nb because off topic

Spy shit, covert weapons.

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 01:53:00 EST IaBFTWch No.43921
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ITT cool weapons used for assassinations and other spy shit.

This is the CIA's poison dart gun, delivering an undetectable poison that mimics a natural heart attack. It shoots up to 328 feet using pressurized air and the poison kills before the person knows what's up.

Silent, undetectable, perfect for killing dictators and dissidents alike!
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Thomas Blatherford - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 05:24:04 EST 9I/vQaGz No.43944 Reply
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A suppressed American-180 submachine gun with a laser sight hidden in a briefcase, fired by a switch on the handle.

Only .22lr, but 275 rounds at 1200 rounds per minute is nothing to sniff at.
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Henry Funderhood - Sat, 03 Aug 2019 11:59:37 EST IaBFTWch No.43952 Reply
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>>43921
Sedgley OSS .38 Glove Pistol
An interesting relic from WW2

Worn underneath a sleeve and fired by a punch, a single .38 shot would be fired directly. If you land a blow in the right area it's an almost assured assassination. It's not as dumb as it looks!
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Cornelius Greenlock - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 20:50:32 EST tthQyTov No.43954 Reply
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>>43921
More of a toolkit than a weapon, this would be shoved up an agents ass if they were about to be caught.

That's commitment!

Purge Event

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- Wed, 11 Jul 2018 01:02:16 EST FVohcW7B No.43675
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St Joseph Missouri 1st annual Purge Event
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Samuel Goodman - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 15:10:02 EST M5nMeGq2 No.43683 Reply
>>43675
Kek. I finally watched these shitty movies and the third was so fucking lame. They're all lame, but the third one really sticks its fucking foot in its mouth with all the racial bullshit they're shoving into the plot.
If some group of tards are gonna chimp out on the 31st though, that'll be a sight to see. I'll tune in.
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Lillian Blevingford - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 07:14:56 EST 9I/vQaGz No.43943 Reply
As a horror movie it makes a great GTA 5 mod.

Books

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- Sun, 18 Jan 2015 04:07:13 EST m19GkKX0 No.39903
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Reading William Gibson's "Zero History".

A large plot point is the civilian market for tactical gear, he actually drops the terms "operators", "mall ninjas", and "gear queers", and one of the villains is a fashion designer with special forces pretensions, who acts like a spy in a movie, and is after a coveted military contract to design uniforms for the US.

The protagonists' employer, Hubertus Bigend, a sort of meme and trope savvy Lex Luthor type, mentions a sort of psychosis endemic to the special forces, that they're promised that their training will qualify them to do anything, and they end up believing it, so they become sort of self-hypnotised con artists who believe their own pitch, and you end up with unqualified, delusional ex-soldiers teaching anti-terrorist and interrogation techniques to third world police and militaries.

So, read anything topical lately?
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George Lightridge - Wed, 28 Nov 2018 03:43:18 EST jmyUNPql No.43787 Reply
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I get what you mean. At various points I dropped 'Neuromancer'. Only recently did I read through it fully and even then it gets so vague I nearly drop it, but somehow, Gibson manages to throw in a single sentence or event that pricks my nipples and keeps me interested.
I'm usually used to figuring out stuff through subtext and lore. I love Philip K. Dick novels for example, but I can't say much in defense of Gibson, given that I only read two of his works: 'Neuromancer' and 'Pattern Recognition' (the first book in a trilogy before 'Spook Country' and 'Zero History', iirc).
I really liked 'Pattern Recog'. It was more thematically focused with its Baudrillard-esque themes (with clothing described as Japanese knockoffs of WWIII bomber jackets, but with intentionally dropped stitches so detailed they transcend being a 'simulation'). It's basically about a media-design/ mystic meme consultant following an ARG online.
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Cedric Sungerpene - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 21:09:19 EST ZKxGFNL5 No.43818 Reply
I've been studying tactics, like from antiquity in the Iliad and machiavelli the prince also stuff on Nebuchadnezzar and William the Conqueror type military leaders. /his/ stuff is good to know, knowledge is self defense.
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Lillian Blevingford - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 07:07:16 EST 9I/vQaGz No.43942 Reply
>>43818
I recommend Sun Tzu and Carl von Clausewitz.

pistol or rifle?

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- Sat, 06 Jul 2019 16:49:18 EST 59TfELHS No.43917
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Hey does anyone know what kind of pistol this is or if there's anything similar?
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Edward Drennerway - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 00:52:19 EST 39Efw6cR No.43918 Reply
>>43917
Looks like a Thompson Contender, really nifty thing, you can get all sorts of different barrels in different calibers and just have to buy the one frame to swap them out on.
If you're a weeb, you might recognize it as being Kiritsugu's weapon of choice.
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Molly Smallway - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 02:35:01 EST 59TfELHS No.43920 Reply
>>43918
Thanks man I can't find the exact gun but that's close I appreciate it.

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