Message from I'mGoingBerserk in Anticom #general
.556 and the nato derivative are decent rounds against doggo
I prefer 7.62
Also i never had a real weapon in my hands
Against people it's a wounding weapon with limited fire
Only small calibers for sport
Yeah, 5.56 is meant to wound.
If you wound one soldier, at least one other is needed to carry him out.
So you effectively weaken them further without killing.
Specifically the solid jacket military rounds, a good destabilisation can hurl its casing across a wound site
Still looking for war
In a war I would prefer 7.62 any day.
Larger bullet, bigger wound.
It's a riddle yaga, grab a coffee and mull it over in the cafe
Plus USSR weapons are rigid as fuck and retard proof.
Interesting. I thought that 7.62 is too big caliber and 5.56 is enough
Neg 7.62, namely the common.308 is a hunting caliber
anything that's good on deer is good on folk
Two rounds of 7.62 will kill anyone wearing standard kevlar.
Ukrainian weapon designers are fucking mad
But it looks interesting
It looks ugly and overengineered
Come to the big table, right forward
How easy is it to doxx someone through IRC?
asking for a friend
As a person who never touched a gun before, is going to the gun shop and firing rounds good enough to learn the differences and details or should are there any courses I can take outside of the military? I'm saving for CCW classes but not sure if that's enough.
Also asking for a friend; anyone know a good burner computer that would be good enough to counteract the Mexican government if they tried to get me
What do you want to learn, Nouveau?
What the hell a 5.56 is outside of Google. The details into weapons are overwhelming
It's a bullet
All you have to know is what your weapon is and what round it fires
Screw that, fucking look at Commiefidia
.22 best ammo