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People can do that without having guided bullets.
Nobody said 'monsters' until you just did.
We're not going to see guided bullets in use until a long time in the future, if ever.
I would say that misusing an airsoft gun in this manner does constitute child-abuse.
No it was the school bus at CQB Shitty.
My JG MP5A4 broke a while ago. Gearbox trigger stopper fell off when (I think) I may have placed it a little too roughly into the back of a school bus. Until then, however, it kicked serious ass.
"Subjective viewpoints" vs. "beheading children". I can't believe you're defending these people.
Now everybody wants a piece of the action...
I can't help but feel that the interviews were taken out of context.
Thirteen Senses - Into The Fire
Don't get a "skull frog" receiver. As for WOCs, I heard they're pretty good, but I'm sure someone with experience can chime in.
It's like playing GTA. Half the cars that spawn are the same car as yours regardless of how hard it was to get to begin with.
They talk about it in the news for weeks in advanced.
Then how do you explain the fact that we stopped using the F-117?
Does that actually happen?
Foster the People - Waste
The motor is symmetrical and can be installed either way.
They almost certainly took them with them and fled in a waiting vehicle.
US SOFs have already been operating in the region.
What didn't you like about the trishot?
I can't imagine how the men who went on that mission feel now.
Wouldn't the opposite be true? Most Americans accept it apparently.
Sounds more like something's jammed. What motor are you running?
It's not a solution at all. They'd get slaughtered, let alone the fact that many of them would probably surrender and get beheaded on the Internet.
Is there any difference whether or not they're "on the team"? Do they not get to play with you or something?
Metallica - Enter Sandman (in major)
This video had a bit more of a message.
That's the actual field right? If so, then yeah at those ranges it doesn't matter.
As someone who knows very little about Russian gear, why are only parts of the Gorka(s) made camouflage?
They waited too long to act, however.
I think he meant if the guy had a different accent, would that change how the guy felt.
Hopefully the right people will get some good intel and be able to save the other guy.
Then it obviously has one and can very well be blown.
Okay then my second point still stands
but it's not a VFC, right?
19th August 2014
Also you can't blow a fuse that doesn't exist
That incident was because of bad intel. It had nothing to do with how the SWAT officers were dressed or what vehicle dropped them off. From what they were told, they were stepping into a high risk...
Wait, so the trigger doesn't feel abnormal, does it?
"Militarized police force" aka a SWAT team with members drawn from normal units if a situation arises and an APC also if a situation calls for it.
This is exactly the kind of stupid shit that people who don't live in the US/don't have any first-hand knowledge of American police and how they actually operate would say.
Wrong. They point guns at people all the time. They're trained to treat everyone they encounter as a potential threat until they have reason to believe otherwise.
Right, and hollow-point rounds are banned in international warfare by the Hague Conventions of 1899, but police still use them exclusively because the added benefit of virtually eliminated...
Foster the People - Chin Music for the Unsuspecting Hero
or engaging in high-risk incidents
That's because it's a SWAT team, not a standard patrol. It's not a new concept.
What's wrong with the Sheriff's Office having a SWAT Team?
How is it bigoted? Is it also bigoted to support Palestine?
I'm going to go out on a limb and say that these '1200 personnel' didn't go to Russian basic training.