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QTDDTOT Anonymous 10/01/2019 (Tue) 08:03:50 No. 96
QTDDTOT
I realize this board has almost no posts on it but I don't see any reason to shit out a billion posts all over it with simple questions.
Now onto my question: Can someone tell me why the fuck Flektarn pants cost so much when compared with a parka or field jacket? It doesn't make any sense at all to me. Is there a greater demand for the pants? Maybe I'm just retarded but I can't find a pair under $40.
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>>122
>>99
I can elaborate on technique if needed
>>123
Cqc is all about muscle memory, take a broom stick as a rifle and a banana as a pistol and clear your own house, the important technique is pieing doorways and getting out of the funnel and clearing your corners/dead space
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Could anyone recommend a decent knife like pic related? I like the look of this one but I am unsure as to how effective it would be when compared with something like a KA-BAR, pretty much completely clueless when it comes to which knives are better for what things. I just need a knife that I hypothetically could use to stab some uppity nigger in a self defense situation.
>>101
The default recommendation is the creality ender 3. in PLA you can print working lower receivers.
Anyone know where you can buy interesting war trophies/things from the Syrian war. I stopped following it quite a while ago, so I'm not sure where to go. Would be nice to snag something before it all completely ends.
>>139
>DDG it, assuming it's going to be $2500+
>it's $200
oh shit, it's happening! thanks for the rec, anon
>>96
Tempted to make my own thread about this, but since I'm native to /pol/ and not /k/, I'll post it here out of respect for your board.

How does one make their own suppressor? Is it feasible without blowing your hands and face off on the first shot? I remember there was a thread on 8/pol/ about this very topic right before the site was shut down, but I dismissed it and didn't even look into it.
Anyone have some screencaps or wisdom for a /k/ n00b who just got his first couple guns? Is this a retarded idea altogether? I just hate the idea of those NFA tax stamps man.
>>156
I realize that this would be a pretty stupid way to land myself a felony, and am only researching it for a societal collapse SHTF scenario. The resources in the TM's thread are somewhat helpful but leave a lot to be desired. If anyone wants to share anything else they know about this topic there, it'd be greatly appreciated by SHTF LARP dreamers like me.
>>156
Not a /k/ guy myself but my understanding is yes, you can diy multiple ways, though as I understand they are not durable and need replacing after a while, also think everyone has seen the memes for "gas filters" that work well on small stroke lawnmowers like .22 Honda's and such. They seem to be not very effictive/durable on big blocks like Chevy .308's though
>>158
Hm, .308 is actually the caliber I'm most interested in so that's too bad. I forgot about the gas filter memes, lol those would at least be pretty accessible in a collapse scenario. Thanks for the informative reply anon.
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Knives are designed with different purposes in mind. Kbar is kinda an all around tool and training would likely help in getting the most use out of it.

Your pic is pretty much designed for your stated need of "stick them with the pointy end".
Also suggest looking up if you have any restrictions (size) for carrying a knife in your state, if applicable. A quick stop at local hunting/sporting goods store would prob help.

A kbar obviously would be better at slicing, defending and would require more physical strength for penetrating stab and is made much heavier and more durable for extensive use. Prob overkill in your case
I heard stories when I was a kid of using literal engine oil filters, they would work for a few shots but then need to be replaced. I would guess that in most cases they are only really needed for a few shots anyways. Imagine after a while location of fire would be estimated anyways.
>>159
>>161
Jim Garrison, Back and to the left, Back and to the left comes to mind
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>>161
>>162
Good food for thought, I'll look into Jim Garrison (though honestly it may end up being worth it to get the NFA stamp just to have a reliable silencer since I live in a relatively free state, fuck that would seem like a self-betrayal though). I also remember an episode of CSI as a kid where a plastic water bottle worked ok for one shot on a pistol, probably kike tv bullshit though.
>>163
Sorry Anon Jim was joke that made me chuckle and seems you missed the reference.

Was talking about "Discovering a Snipers Location"
Stone's JFK movie, Costner played Jim Garrison the Lawyer that was working on JFK conspriarcy. Trying to find clip best I got for now is the quote.

"This is the key shot. Watch it again. The President going back to his left. Shot from the front and right. Totally inconsistent with the shot from the Depository. Again -- (repeats) . . . back and to the left. (he repeats it like a mantra) . . . back and to the left . . . back and to the left.

Point was the Sniper had to be in front and to the right of JFK, the grassy knoll
>>163
Could prob visit gun store and get some valid info too, bbut keep in mind most suppressor are just that they suppress not actually silence like ya hear on kike tv BS, dont imagine your going to find anything to make a 308 go "pff pff pff" but could get something that would deaden the thunder crack that threatens to tear your ear drums

Imagine the less noise suppression the more life it would have and vice versa
>>156
You could buy a """""solvent trap""""" online although that might be a honeypot. You probably won't get arrested but if it is your name probably goes on a list somewhere to raid later when gun laws get even more gay.
You could also try making one yourself out of hardware supplies if you want one that will last more than a mag or two. I'm sure there are plenty of guides online. It shouldn't be too difficult even if you have a pretty shit workshop, most will probably require a drill press. Pretty sure just having the parts to make something like that isn't illegal, if it is it's probably more of a tack-on charge, still look into it if you want.
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>>137
KA-BARs are decent, but they're big and less flexible for carry. If you're not gonna carry it on a study belt, then you need to get some kind of custom clip/mount and sheath, which adds to the 70-200 dollar price tag of their knives. Boot knives are better.

I recommend you go with the Smith and Wesson HRT9B (in your picture), if you want a cheap and adaptable knife. It's a medium sized boot knife that can be used for general purpose defense. Basically a 9 inch overall length, 5 inch bladed, rebranded M-TECH dagger, with a good sheath. Double-edged dagger blade (Don't get the HRT9BF, it has a fake double edge for cucked states/countries) made of Chinese 8Cr13MoV steel that takes a good edge you'll realistically only need to use once. It has a stiff rubber-like wasp-waist handle with a wide double handguard and lanyard hole. Very comfortable and secure in the average hand.

The leather sheath is what you're paying the extra 10 dollars for over an M-TECH variant. Decent with a snap-button thumb break retention system that will no doubt keep your knife from slipping/shaking out even when upside down or being active. It also has a sturdy belt-clip riveted into it, allowing you to clip it to any type of pants/boot/jacket/etc to carry, since the thumb break retention system allows you to retrieve your knife with almost zero effort/noise once you open it up, unlike a kydex sheath that requires you to overcome a few pounds of force and make an audible "CLOCK" to do so. Drawing is much more discreet, especially when you unbutton it concealed with clothes over it.

As a ~20 dollar knife, for self-defense, that you don't need to fuck around with Tek-Loks or fancy little mounting gadgets to carry it well, fits good in your hand for when you really need it, that won't be much of a big deal if you need to dispose of it, it's the quintessential fixed blade in that category and price range.

Be sure to sharpen it, because it comes with a shit factory edge, like most chineseium cutlery. Be careful when you're carrying it, as it can print and be uncomfortable if you don't orient it right or wear tight clothes. Be aware of your local laws, because carrying a fixed or double edged blade may be illegal.
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>>165
"A suppressor does not make a sniper silent, but it makes him invisible" - t. finn
It's still loud as fuck, but it fucks up the wavefront so it's harder to localize.
Would it be dumb to have a sear keychain? Link?
>>169
I did end up getting the knife in pic related and it seems to be a good quality especially for what I paid. I can not comment as to how brittle the steel is as I don't want to test it and break the knife. Should be durable enough to defend myself if need be from any number of attackers I could reasonably defend myself from. I can confirm the factory edge is shit, not that it matters too much as this is more of a stabbing than slashing knife and sharpening the edges was pretty easy. I have found the most comfortable way for me to carry it and also conceal it reliably is to put it nearly sideways so when my left leg comes up it does not impede walking/running, also makes it more natural to unsheathe. The only thing I would change about it (within cost limitations) is switching what side the snap mechanism for holding the knife in is on as I like to wear the knife with the sheath between a tucked in shirt and pants with a jacket over it. With the mechanism being the way it is it requires either the use of two hands or a somewhat awkward motion with the index finger. I found the handle a little too small for my liking as well but I did a paracord wrap around the handle and now it's great.

Seems to be a good knife for edc/what I paid, and because it didn't cost much I won't be too sad if it sits in a police evidence locker for a decade or two.

>>171
Yeah that sounds pretty dumb.
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>>156
Making a suppressor is legal if you get the paperwork first So, following any build advice is illegal without it. Having the components can, in some cases, be illegal, if a prosecutor can show "constructive intent". Advertising that you want to do this illegally will attract the glowies.
Just some advice, anon.
Shut the fuck up you stupid god damm glow fucking faggot. This is America. Where the fuck do you think you live?

Anon, go to store. Buy materials. Build silencer. Build ISIS car bomb. Have positive intent.
No response nigger?
>>96 I suspect it's something to do with pants being the first thing to wear out in a uniform. After a straight year of heavy wear, the crotch tends to blow out before anything else for me.

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