Message from I'mGoingBerserk in Anticom #general


2017-03-11 16:48:31 UTC  

.556 and the nato derivative are decent rounds against doggo

2017-03-11 16:48:46 UTC  

I prefer 7.62

2017-03-11 16:48:49 UTC  

Also i never had a real weapon in my hands

2017-03-11 16:48:52 UTC  

Against people it's a wounding weapon with limited fire

2017-03-11 16:49:14 UTC  

Only small calibers for sport

2017-03-11 16:49:14 UTC  

Yeah, 5.56 is meant to wound.

2017-03-11 16:49:44 UTC  

If you wound one soldier, at least one other is needed to carry him out.

2017-03-11 16:50:02 UTC  

So you effectively weaken them further without killing.

2017-03-11 16:50:22 UTC  

Specifically the solid jacket military rounds, a good destabilisation can hurl its casing across a wound site

2017-03-11 16:50:28 UTC  

Yup

2017-03-11 16:50:41 UTC  

Still looking for war

2017-03-11 16:50:54 UTC  

In a war I would prefer 7.62 any day.

2017-03-11 16:51:02 UTC  

Why?

2017-03-11 16:51:17 UTC  

Larger bullet, bigger wound.

2017-03-11 16:51:34 UTC  

It's a riddle yaga, grab a coffee and mull it over in the cafe

2017-03-11 16:51:39 UTC  

Plus USSR weapons are rigid as fuck and retard proof.

2017-03-11 16:51:50 UTC  

Gotcha

2017-03-11 16:52:03 UTC  

Interesting. I thought that 7.62 is too big caliber and 5.56 is enough

2017-03-11 16:52:41 UTC  

Neg 7.62, namely the common.308 is a hunting caliber

2017-03-11 16:53:02 UTC  

anything that's good on deer is good on folk

2017-03-11 16:53:32 UTC  

Two rounds of 7.62 will kill anyone wearing standard kevlar.

2017-03-11 16:54:20 UTC  

http://modernfirearms.net/handguns/hg/ua/shevchenko-psh-e.html
Ukrainian weapon designers are fucking mad

2017-03-11 16:54:30 UTC  

But it looks interesting

2017-03-11 16:56:52 UTC  

It looks ugly and overengineered

2017-03-11 16:57:49 UTC  

@yaga how good is your 40k lore

2017-03-11 16:58:18 UTC  

Non existent

2017-03-11 16:59:04 UTC  

Come to the big table, right forward

2017-03-11 16:59:20 UTC  

How easy is it to doxx someone through IRC?

2017-03-11 16:59:25 UTC  

asking for a friend

2017-03-11 16:59:59 UTC  

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.

2017-03-11 17:00:13 UTC  

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

2017-03-11 17:01:56 UTC  

h

2017-03-11 17:01:59 UTC  

What do you want to learn, Nouveau?

2017-03-11 17:02:47 UTC  

teach me @gabe_brouse

2017-03-11 17:02:50 UTC  

What the hell a 5.56 is outside of Google. The details into weapons are overwhelming

2017-03-11 17:03:12 UTC  

It's a bullet

2017-03-11 17:03:32 UTC  

Help

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/276935978369810432/290167873895137301/20170311120325_1.jpg

2017-03-11 17:03:37 UTC  

All you have to know is what your weapon is and what round it fires

2017-03-11 17:03:42 UTC  

>HoI4

2017-03-11 17:03:56 UTC  

Screw that, fucking look at Commiefidia

2017-03-11 17:04:32 UTC  

.22 best ammo