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Guns Thread.

Post Guns.

(Talk about guns too I guess)
No.420618
Anonymous
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Look at this.

When you are Russian and you need to deal with frogmen AND landmen.
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Anonymous
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When you need a bigger gun and have broken plane.
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Anonymous
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Look.

Boolets.
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Anonymous
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>>420620
More Boolets.
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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Let me bless this thread of guns with that of the most important gun.
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Anonymous
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We need more jackhammer.
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No.420637
Anonymous
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>>420631
>>420632
>>420633
>>420634
>>420635
Got a bit of a Jackhammer fetish have you? Seen in so many videogames despite never really existing.
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Anonymous
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>>420621
No.420640
Anonymous
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>>420637
It's a weapon too good to have been made. They literally called the Jackhammer a solution to a problem that doesn't exist.

Of course there's also the GAU variants if you want true bullet hoses, but those aren't hand held (they are the size of aircraft).
No.420641
Anonymous
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>>420640
Weapons that don't catch on usually have a reason for not doing so.
No matter how cool they may look.
No.420642
Anonymous
>>420641
It doesn't matter if a weapon is good or not, what matters if there's a company with enough financial backing to make it, and enough political backing to lobby it to get used. Jackhammer had neither.
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>>420644
The classic
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Anonymous
>>420645
Yup, the A-10 was basically built around the GAU-8.
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No.420649
Anonymous
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>>420648
>Fire ze Railgun
>'Rail' gun
>Because its on train tracks
oh, its is the word play. much humorous.
No.420650
Anonymous
>>420649
It's not wordplay. Before the advent of magnetically charged weaponry, railgun literally meant a gun on rails - or more accurately, a railway gun. They were phased out after WW2, since normal tanks allowed for more mobility.
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Anonymous
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>>420622
How dangerous a situation is that?
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>>420657
How dangerous a situation is this?
No.420662
Anonymous
>>420623
AVE!
No.420663
Anonymous
A short military related comedy:
Jim Jefferies - Trip to Baghdad, Iraq in a military helicopter, Stand up comedyyoutube thumb
but it's not his most famous gun-related stand-up!
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Anonymous
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>>420645
The only reason I knew what an GAU-8 was the xkcd Machine Gun Jetpack answer.
https://what-if.xkcd.com/21/
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Anonymous
>>420664
Your post fills me with mild disgust
No.420671
Anonymous
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I wish double barreled tanks were a thing.
No.420672
Anonymous
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>>420671
Would that be the Federation tank design from Gundam?
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>>420672
I dunno, wouldn't a gundam tank look more like this thing?
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Anonymous
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>>420673
No you pleb.

The Federation had conventional weapons to begin with, they only switched to mobile suits after Zeon introduced them and they turned out to be mad overpowered.

The Gundam, the Guncannon and the Guntank were part of the "V Project" which was the Federation developing the technology for themselves, which lead to the creation of the GM which was the mass-production MS that made up most of their forces.
No.420675
Anonymous
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>>420674
I've no clue about what you are talking about.
No.420676
Anonymous
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>>420675
Try looking it up if you like double-barreled tanks so much.
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>>420676
I'm more partial to the Mammoth Tanks from C&C.
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>>420673
That's fire support artillery. This is what you're looking for if you want an MBT in giant robot form.
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>>420629
>Guns that looks like they could be props from sci-fi or james bond movies
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Anonymous
>>420713
haha penis.

Its actually a silencer, not for battlefield purposes but just to cut down on noise pollution while testing.
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>>420681
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Anonymous
>>420735
Is there a particular reason why some bullets have different colored tips?
No.420738
Anonymous
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>>420737
read the filename.
No.420739
Anonymous
>>420738
I was talking about bullets in general, not that image specifically.
No.420740
Anonymous
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>>420739
Oh. I imagine it's due to the material the bullet is made out of, and/or coated with to achieve the best penetration / most damage.
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Anonymous
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>>420747
how do i modify my flashlight to be full auto
No.420750
Anonymous
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>>420749
It's probably similar as making your attack knife scoped.
No.420751
Anonymous
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>>420750
Scopes increase crit chance and accuracy.

You should think of adding a bayonet for increased melee damage.
No.420752
Anonymous
>>420751
Mounting a bayonet under a knife, now that's something I have not considered.
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Anonymous
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>Guns
No.420811
Anonymous
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>>420810
>Nerf has changed
No.420812
Anonymous
>>420811
>Nerf has EVOLVED
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No.420888
Anonymous
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>>420740
>>420739
>>420737
There are different types of bullets - tracer rounds, armor piercing, incendiary, etc. The colours are there to mark which one is which, so you don't end up using normal ammo when you'd need AP, etc.
No.420889
Anonymous
Replies:>>420893
>>420888
Is it a universal thing or does it differ by say country or manufacturer?
No.420893
Anonymous
>>420889
I imagine it would be different by military standard, for ex. NATO countries would use the same standard but China probably does not.
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Anonymous
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>>420911
Shooting a gun in that position would rock the guys asshole really hard.
No.420942
Anonymous
>>420941
Grunts in the military are used to having their assholes fucked.
No.421008
Anonymous
Replies:>>421012
Is there any modern body armor used for protecting the legs and anything else below the waist?

Like when you hear the stories about heavily armed and armored bank robber where they manage to hold the cops off for ages it usually only ends after the crooks get shot in the dick/legs/hands while absorbing fire everywhere else.
No.421012
Mstr Twstr
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>>421008
Unironically, a small tank.
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>>421012
Fuck that. Go bank robbing using a full sized tank.
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Anonymous
>>421018
I wonder how the balance of that "sword" is.
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>>421049
do you like the double barreled tank motif because you wish you had two penises?
No.421052
Anonymous
>>421051
No, I just really like the design of the Mammoth tank. It looks twice the tank as any other tank, and I don't just mean the double barrels... it has dual threads, swanky looking turret, rocket pods, and in-game it has self-healing and is the only tank that can handle any kind of incoming enemy (rocket pods can kill enemy air and infantry both). It's the ultimate tank.
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Anonymous
>>421051
not him but wouldnt complain
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>>420726
>>420681
Fuck yes
No.421055
Anonymous
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>>421054
I like the transforming model, but the arms would need to have a place to "rest" in, instead of just hanging on the side.
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No.421058
Anonymous
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>>421055
To be fair the gun-arms are still mobile even while the tank is in its low-profile form and capable of being aimed in multiple directions to hit targets.

If they were Locked-In that wouldn't be possible.
No.421066
Anonymous
>>421058
That is true, but I was under the assumption that the tank mode is there for fast travel purposes, in which case it would make more sense to fix up the arms, so they don't have to be powered on to stay in whatever formation they are in (so gravity and the force of the travel doesn't make them flop around). Which would make the tank shape have a fixed form which is easier to manouvre, but also means there is more power for the engines.

You can still have an intermediate form with the arms moving freely, but it is just a weird lower-profile version of the normal stand-up mode, with lower height and different weight distribution.
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>Guns
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Anonymous
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>>421320
is that... a telescopic sight WELDED onto the gun?
No.421322
Anonymous
>>421321
If you put a scope on a gun it automatically becomes more accurate

this is fact
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Anonymous
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YATAĞAN® Laser Guided Miniature Missile System

Stick it in your backpack
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Anonymous
>>421380
I'll take two. One on each shoulder. Call me a MechWarrior.
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>>420617
God I wish I had several thousand dollars to piss away
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Anonymous
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>>420617
So for the handful of you here who know a thing or two about guns, do any of you think bottleneck pistol rounds may be making a comeback?
>Ruger 57 was a surprising success despite the gun's lacking quality
>The FK Brno and its polymer counterpart are doing really well for such a boutique gun with its own proprietary round
>The prevalence of 40 S&W copsurp pistols means tons of 357 Sig compatible guns are on the market
>On top of that 357 Sig is always a panic-proof round and is very powerful for what it is
I'd be very excited to see it happen, if only to see new pistols chambered in 7.62x25
No.421471
Anonymous
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>>421417
which one has the most stopping power
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Anonymous
>>421471
The one that fires first, I'd assume.
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>>421532
This is such an amusing custom that has existed longer than people have had explosive bombs.

Like they originally used to put such markings on sling ammo.
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>>421532
No.421614
Anonymous
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>>421613
I need to rewatch Blackadder. I only remember bits and pieces since I was too young when it originally aired.
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Mister Twister
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>>421614
Watching old things is wise in general.
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No.421710
Mister Twister
>>421706
Based bueno.
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Anonymous
>>421706
>didn't grow up with old thing as we didnt have the channels for it
>learn2piracy as teen
I can verify old thing was better than new thing... usually.
No.421715
Anonymous
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But what's better when we keep in mind the thread topic?

Old Guns
or
New Guns
No.421716
Anonymous
>>421715
I got to fire a Mosin Nagant once and it was sweet.

But I did witness someone there firing a Barret .50 cal and it was especially awe-inspiring. Shakes the dust off the floor.

I would say newer ones. I mean, what older weapons can beat a mounted machine gun so powerful it can out-thrust a jet engine? Not a rhetorical question, I would love an answer. IDK much about guns.
No.421717
Anonymous
Guns are one topic where new stuff can easily outdo old stuff, provided it is not some cheaply made lowest bidder junk.
Personally, I'm waiting for railgun weaponry to become commercially viable.
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Anonymous
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>>420617
>boltpump
Do the laser sight and bayonet rotate with the gatling section?
No.421790
Anonymous
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>>421772
Every part of the gun that can spins at all times to generate higher velocity of fire
No.421798
Anonymous
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>>421790
>revolver cylinder constantly spinning
This is a strange Russian Roulette variant and I like it... unless the hammer also spins because fuck it.
No.421884
Anonymous
How much maintenance actually goes into owning a gun?

Like if you've got your pistol or a shotgun in the home for ye olde cause of property protection, man's house being his castle etc, and it never actually gets used how often do you need to clean an fix it up?
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Anonymous
>>421798
The hammer is motorized and constantly hitting, like a jackhammer.
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>>420618
No.421976
Anonymous
>>421967
The idea of an underwater target range is so bizarre.
But the thought of being at the bottom of the ocean horrifies me.
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Anonymous
>>422013
That's a fancy lookin revolver
No.422063
Anonymous
If waving a deagle around marks you as an overcompensater what does carrying this say about my penis?

Firing a 2 inch Gun at 12,500fps - The Slow Mo Guysyoutube thumb
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>>422147
>>421770
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>>422148
Needs a CQC variant with more bayonets around the Gatling barrel.
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Needs more retardo guns
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>>422391
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Anonymous
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>>422443
How would that even work?
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>>422444
Its from a capeshit comic featuring a villain with 10 fingers, which for some reason the artist thought meant his gun needed many triggers...?
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>>422454
wait i just remembered which way knuckles bend.
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>>422457
As funny as the implications of that is, the knuckleduster is supposed to be a grip handle.
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I'm not sure what this is.
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Anonymous
>>422469
Isn't it the plasma cutter from Dead Space?
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>>422391
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Anonymous
>>422455
>Its from a capeshit comic featuring a villain with 10 fingers
but... wait... why would the villain not have 10 fingers, all humans do
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Anonymous
>>422461
Does it shoot?
No.422750
Anonymous
>>422746
thumbs aren't fingers
No.422756
Anonymous
>>422746
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Tenfingers_(Earth-616)
No.422829
Anonymous
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No.422830
Anonymous
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>>422829
No.422907
Anonymous
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No.422968
Anonymous
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The Stinger is the sort of gun you'd expect to see in an action movie personally customized to be used by the hero so he stands out.

And yet its entirely real, and at times was used by heroic individuals in an action movie fashion.
No.423078
Anonymous
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Some old goofy shit
No.423079
Anonymous
>>423078
So like a shotgun except more accurate, more range, and less spread? Groovy.
No.423096
Anonymous
>>423078
Holy shiat I want one.
No.423162
Anonymous
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No.423163
Anonymous
>>423162
What is that guy using, an experimental handheld Tesla Coil?
No.423169
Anonymous
>>423162
An anon suggested it was an anti-drone gun, so I'm assuming it's a signal jammer.
No.423286
Anonymous
Replies:>>423287
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Can you make a gun mag with a PEZ candy dispenser?
No.423287
Anonymous
Replies:>>423294
>>423286
There are actual PEZ guns that exist.
No.423294
Anonymous
>>423287
Really? I didn't know that. I should try and make one then...
No.423350
Anonymous
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>>421770
>>422148
>A weapon beyond your comprehension
No.423353
Anonymous
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>>423350
Small time.
No.423506
Anonymous
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>>421770
>>423350
No.423507
Anonymous
Replies:>>423508
>>423461
Would that not break your collarbone?
No.423508
Anonymous
>>423507
Better than getting eaten by a T-Rex.
No.423627
Anonymous
>>422471
Wasn't this a scene from one of the later Planet of the Apes movies?
No.423721
Anonymous
Replies:>>423722
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Would you be able to decapitate someone by shooting them with an elephant gun?
Like is that actually possible or would you need an even bigger firearm to manage such a thing.
No.423722
Anonymous
Replies:>>423723
>>423721
It depends on the bullet type, but in some configurations, it could even make your chest explode.
No.423723
Anonymous
Replies:>>423724
>>423722
>It depends on the bullet type
Please expand on this point.
No.423724
Anonymous
>>423723
>Please expand on this point.
I'm not an expert so I can't tell you much beyond larger calibre causes larger hole, and if the hole reaches a significant percentage of the body the body will shatter.
No.423752
Anonymous
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>>423506
No.423753
Anonymous
>>423752
That's how guns work in Hollywood movies, yes.
No.423764
Anonymous
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>>423162
>>421607
So these anti-drone weapons are just a thing now, why don't you hear about them more?
No.423768
Anonymous
>>423764
Well I don't hear about drones much either.
No.424079
Anonymous
Replies:>>424152
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>>423764
>>421607
This is some sci-fi lookin shit.

Pretty sure you're gonna see these things being used as props in space or comicbook movies.
No.424150
Anonymous
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Do you have enough FREEDOM in your life Citizen?
No.424152
Anonymous
Replies:>>424153
>>424079
>Pretty sure you're gonna see these things being used as props in space or comicbook movies.

We did, back in the 90s when Liefeld and McFarlane were popular.
No.424153
Anonymous
Replies:>>424154
>>424152
There weren't as many superhero movie adaptations in those days.
No.424154
Anonymous
>>424153
The adaptations back then were so much more memorable though. I don't think I can tell any of the Thor movies apart, or any of the Iron Man ones, or any of the Avengers series, other than the first ones that set things up. But movies like The Shadow or The Mask will be always memorable.
No.424155
Anonymous
>>424154
Isn't that just the power of Nostalgia talking? Things were always so much better "in the good old days".
No.424156
Anonymous
>>424155
No, not really. The MCU movies are all 95% generic CGI movies, while the older movies had actual actors playing different roles, and CGI was only used as an occasional special effect instead of the entire movie. And when those old movies were bad, they fall into the "so bad they are good" category (Street Fighter, Super Mario Bros etcetera), while with newer movies, when they are bad, they really are just bad movies.

I mean look at John Goodman and Rick Moranis in the Flintstone movie and tell me you can ever unsee that shit.
No.424157
Anonymous
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No.424158
Anonymous
>>424155
"power of Nostalgia" is what the youtube generation parrots when someone mentions that something old is better than what they like.
No.424160
Anonymous
Replies:>>424182
>>424158
Its an actual phenomena, entirely common for people to look on the past with rose tinted glasses because human memory is fickle and fallible.
No.424181
Anonymous
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>>420617
Guns are for the weak
No.424182
Mstr Twstr
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>>424160
You are right, we must embrace the new and shiny, and let the past die (kill it if we have to).
No.424219
Anonymous
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>>424182
>>424158
>>424154
No.424224
Mstr Twstr
>>424219
Swiper, no swiping!
No.424276
Anonymous
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No.424348
Anonymous
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>>424276
Remember
No.424349
Anonymous
>>424348
That's actually pretty smart. And if a couple of kids can get their act together to operate a mortar or a gattling gun, then you'd be so impressed and full of pride that you'd hardly feel bad about whatever mayhem they cause.
No.424368
Anonymous
>>424349
>Gets cut off in traffic
>Puts a GPS tracker under the asshole's car
"Hey, call your friends, Avery! Do they want to go on a field trip?"
No.424426
Anonymous
>>424349
>>424348
Was that not what the Germans were doing at the end of WW2?
Their forces were so depleted that to try and delay the Soviet forces thrusting their way into Berlin they were having kids from the Hitler youth manning anti-tank weapons against Russian armor.
No.424428
Anonymous
Replies:>>424429
>>424426
Hitlerjugend were a thing, yes, but as I recall it was more about Hitler declaring total war, calling for every citizen to fight against the invaders. Also given that the red army literally raped their way to Berlin, having children fighting them isn't that far fetched (and besides the Russians did the same in Stalingrad).

But that pic talks about children working together to operate larger military equipment. Hitlerjugend were iirc armed with panzerfausts (one of the first modern anti-tank rpgs) which was so simple to use that they gave them out to civilians - you just point a tube towards a rocket and press fire. It didn't require several children working in tandem to operate it.
No.424429
Anonymous
>>424428
Don't try dishing it out if you can't take it in return.
No.424431
Anonymous
>>424426
Look, heavy artillery practice for children, as much as I wanted to have it growing up, and despite the fact that modeling it is such a great introduction to trigonometry, is going to be a hard enough sell with parents as it is, and comparisons to nazi Germany aren't going to be much help.