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110539 No. 110539 ID: 960488 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Wasn't sure where to put this thread. Apologies if it needs moved.

I finally built an AR and would like to go hunting for my first time.
Any tips? If anyone in the King county area knows of an area to go for small game, either public or rentable private land, I'd be grateful to know.
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>> No. 110655 ID: 960488
>>110597
Thanks.

How far afield? Apparently the average hunter goes no further than 300 yards into the bush, which seems...not far at all.

I may try using the state's private land registration system, but all the old hunters advised me to go out in person to talk with the landowners in early summer.
>> No. 110669 ID: d9037b
I think the death of /meet/ kinda killed off a lot of less-coordinated get-togethers, and the Cascadian operator faction never was, uh, exceptionally cohesive.

I'd probably be down for some sort of get-together come October, though.

In terms of hunting spots? Fuck if I know, I haven't hunted anything worth noting since I came to WA myself. It's hard enough just finding good shooting spots.
>> No. 110693 ID: b18fec
>>110669
I think its mostly that all the Cascadians have stopped browsing opchan for one reason or another. Everyones around the same age, so I think they petered off when everyone hit the "have a fulltime job" age, and historic drama on the chan didn't help.

That said, I don't mind hanging out with some new OPERATORS, but I don't know shit about hunting so I didn't chime in earlier. Finding time to do stuff outside of the necessary house and car maintenance on the weekend is hard, and I'm at work until late during the week. Such is the life of an arbeitmachtfreiter.
>> No. 110703 ID: 8c968b
>>110693
It's not like we don't meet up still occasionally though.

I too don't know shit about hunting and I live in a different area of WA anyway.
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>>110703
We do, you're right, but we're all now irl friends, not "chantards who meet up", so threads on this board don't really do much texting each other doesnt, and most of those guys don't lurk any more to see meetup threads if they were posted.


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109133 No. 109133 ID: 0ad1a2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Just got off the phone with my VSO. Apparently her boss is telling her to not submit my NOD (de novo DRO) as there is a lack of a diagnosis at the time of my C&P exams...the C&P examiners noted lack of diagnosis as they never actually reviewed my medical records. You open my medical records and you see:
flat feet, both (acquired)
scoliosis, thoracic (acquired)
ossification in right ankle tendons

Hell they even have me down for a TBI when all I did was have a corpsman bandage my head when a tool fell on it (went back to work right after, no FLASH report).

For some reason her boss feels that the NOD has no merit. VSO basically told me she would write it up and I would have to submit it myself.

I'm just sitting here like "WTF?". I was denied service connection for lack of service related diagnosis. They straight up didn't bother to read my medical records though.

How in the fuckity fuck fuck fuck is that even legal? How in the fuckity fuck fuck fuck does her boss think I wouldn't win on appeal? How in the fuckity fuck fuck fuck could I even lose the appeal when the VA has blatantly not done their job?

Anyways I'm off to eat dinner. Would appreciate any advice, commiseration, and pictures of hot females with firearms.
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>> No. 110672 ID: bf333d
>>110634
>The real fraud, waste, and abuse are the services not paying the slightest bit of attention to human factors. You're footing the bill for disability payments because of their inability to plan or adhere to any kind of standard when it comes to industrial hygiene, ergonomics, etc etc

For one, I believe the US is one of the few western armies which still does fully weighted long distance ruck marches. Virtually all other western militaries no longer do that for general infantry because it eventually destroys your back and knees.

Of course, you could argue that the other countries need to man the fuck up, but it's clear quite a lot of disability payments come from that kind of injuries.
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>>110671
Blank firing adapters for the M2 BMG.

The use of devices in marksmanship training programs are important factors because they may allow the gunner to get an idea of what actual combat is like. The training devices designed for the MG are the M19 blank firing attachment, the multiple integrated liner engagement system, the sighting bar, and the M3 recoil amplifier barrel used with plastic ammunition.
B-1. BLANK FIRING ATTACHMENT
The M19 BFA was developed to permit the MG to fire the M1A1 blank cartridge in the automatic fire mode. The BFA is an easy to install, reliable device that allows the MG to be used more realistically during an FTX. The M19 BFA weighs 15.5 pounds and can be installed using either a crescent wrench or the blank/live round discriminator (a component of the BFA that has been designed to serve as a wrench). The design of the M19 will not allow a live round to be loaded while the blank/live round discriminator cover is in position. Normal headspace and timing must be made when firing blank rounds using the M19 http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/fm/23-65/Appb.htm
- A U.S. Army Soldier with the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division sits behind a Browning M2 .50 caliber machine gun fitted with a blank firing adapter during Combined Resolve V on Oct. 27, 2015 in Hohenfels, Germany.
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A Ranger fires a .50 cal M2 machine gun, fitted with a blank firing adapter mounted, on the rollbars of a Ranger Special Operations Vehicle.
The Ranger SOV is a modified Land Rover 4x4 that can be readily transported by cargo planes and helicopters such as the MH-47 Chinooks flown by the 160th SOAR
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US M2 mounting an AN/TVS-5 Crewed Night Sight, blank adapter, and loaded with blanks.
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110575 No. 110575 ID: 22c903 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
any history buffs here that can weight in on this?

http://bloodpassover.com/xbp.pdf
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>> No. 110601 ID: fbfadf
Oh holy shit, please tell me we are archiving this thread.
>> No. 110602 ID: 5c87e8
>>110601
Senseless could easily have been described as the Frank Burns of opchan long ago, but this is a classic episode for sure.
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>>110581

Not Islam specifically but it was once known as "the star of Damascus" and was a common proofmark on swords for a while due to it's association with Damascus steel.

The problem with associating simple geometric shapes to any one thing is they tend to be used for a lot of things by a lot of people over long periods of time. In other words, they're memes.
>> No. 110658 ID: 49e1e2
>>110575
>Sneaky sees talisman of saturn
>gets excited
>doesnt click link
>thread is about jews
Well... that somehow went exactly how I expected it to.
>> No. 110660 ID: 034746
>>110658
HAIL SATAN
VOTE RON PAUL
KILL WHITEY


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110612 No. 110612 ID: 26e921 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
In psychology a person who has a martyr complex, sometimes associated with the term victim complex, desires the feeling of being a martyr for his/her own sake, seeking out suffering or persecution because it either feeds a psychological need, or a desire to avoid responsibility.

In some cases, this results from the belief that the martyr has been singled out for persecution because of exceptional ability or integrity. Theologian Paul Johnson considers such beliefs a topic of concern for the mental health of clergy. Other martyr complexes involve willful suffering in the name of love or duty. This has been observed in women, especially in poor families, as well as in codependent or abusive relationships.

The desire for martyrdom is sometimes considered a form of masochism. Allan Berger, however, described it as one of several patterns of "pain/suffering seeking behavior", including asceticism and penance.

>muh nazis
>muh gray
>that feel when i feel ur pain /b/ro
ABRAHAM LINCOLN WAS A MURDERER
FUCKING USA
REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
>> No. 110652 ID: 025354
  its only cool when they do it


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110514 No. 110514 ID: 13f512 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I apologize, but captcha is back for a while. Lots of spam in the past few days for some reason. If you haven't seen any of it, thank a mod.
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>> No. 110569 ID: 13f512
>>110568

Yeah, they are persistent. Someone is trying very hard as they are changing their mode of attack every time we block them.
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true or not OPERATORS?

recaptcha (google) is including algorithmically generated pictures among authentic photographs in its captcha challenge photos. this is essentially an exercise in training the millions (billions?) of eyes coerced into interfacing with cuckflare/recuckcha to blur the distinction between shopped pictures and real photos to aid in a future coup.

after subconsciously "okaying" shopped images and associating them with actual reality, its no different in principle than being hammered with propaganda - if it is done with any frequency to speak of - and just like propaganda the aim is to proffer non-critical thinking-and-resistance among the populace.
>> No. 110619 ID: 278cbe
>>110618
>blur the distinction between shopped pictures and real photos to aid in a future coup
As if there's a noticable difference really. You have your own two eyes to believe what you see and that is about it - you are never safe from deception.
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>>110619
>> No. 110621 ID: 805cac
>>110569
This is an ongoing issue on a number of different imageboards. If you were a dues paying member of the imageboard moderator union with established credentials then you would have access other people's data on this issue and it would be making your life a lot easier right now.


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110532 No. 110532 ID: 7b8204 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
You wake up one day and find out that handguns are now banned in America. The Supreme Court has reversed its earlier precedent and upheld the ban. You have 30 days to turn in all your handguns. If you do not and you are found out, you will be sentenced to life without the possibility of parole.
>I can just keep them in secret
You can, but if you ever use a handgun in self defense and call the police, they'll know you had a handgun, and that means prison for you.
>revolution
There are not enough people willing to fight a revolution. Most of the people are too complacent to do anything about the government.
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>>110605
If they are going to ban all pistols in this scenario, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives is probably not going to issue any approval or permits for short-barreled rifles (a rifle with a barrel shorter than 16″ or smaller than 26″ overall length) or machine-guns. Or probably not even tax stamps for suppressors or anything else restricted in the National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934 or the Gun Control Act (GCA) of 1968. My black powder pistols are probably banned in this scenario as well.
>> No. 110608 ID: caaee1
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BCM Upper and Lower
Geissele SSA trigger group.
Gunfighter stock.
Steel CH with extended latch.
Ergo grip.
Lancer two-piece magwell.
Daniel Defense rail system.
LMT rear and front fixed iron sights.
Aimpoint T1 optic.
Tango down picatinny VFG.
Pressure switch
Surefire M620P Fury Scout Light Rail-Mountable LED WeaponLight
Surefire SOCOM 5.56 suppressor
Surefure 5.56 Muzzle Brake
Blue Force Gear Vickers Padded Sling https://www.ar15.com/forums/t_6_51/345370_.html&page=79
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People can really get into assembling these guns from kits, components and accessories. How much would something like this cost?
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Here's the M4gery showing her Surefire 5.56 muzzle brake.
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>>110604
>Commit crime, turn in gun, absolved of crime?
If the crime would be "having a gun" (you found it in a ditch) then it is exactly right. Circumstances do apply there, if you are caught and the evidence points that you possessed it for considerable time, you may as well be found guilty.

>But who watches the watchmen?
You have asked the ultimate question, better avoid doing that in the future.

>That's never been done, and the precedent is that it will never be done, so...
Inevitable things called that because they happen in the end, not in the beginning. Better luck next time.


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110566 No. 110566 ID: bc78c2 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Found a way to stream movies to ya'll 24/7 like the old Mogulus days. It uses rabb.it which streams a virturalized Firefox instance. I have it set to play war movies from my Plex server on shuffle.


https://www.rabb.it/PBEstream

To watch in HD, at the bottom of the screen press the LD and switch to HD. it allows you to do this once as guest before it wants you to make an account but you can just open the thing up in a private browsing window to watch in HD again as a guest.

If you guys are up to it, I can change it up to requested movies for designated movie nights.
>> No. 110570 ID: 13f512
gj serv
>> No. 110574 ID: 3993ac
>>110566
like old times indeed
>> No. 110578 ID: b430d1
>w.t. serv's client side bitcoin miner

classic w.t. serv shenanigans


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110547 No. 110547 ID: df12a0 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Apparently they've gotten wise to Bat Guano's snooping...

http://www.militarytimes.com/breaking-news/2017/08/07/dod-can-now-shoot-down-trespassing-uavs/?utm_content=tp-facebook&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social
>> No. 110549 ID: 2001f3
This should be interesting, as far as I understand it they don't actually have the authority to do this. Anything drone-related falls under FAA jurisdiction, and they're taking their damn time on the regulations there.
>> No. 110550 ID: 13f512
>>110549

The military definitely has the authority to restrict the airspace above installations


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110411 No. 110411 ID: 13f512 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Since meetups and such are often popular threads, here are some pictures from Nordic and myself camping this past weekend
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>> No. 110444 ID: f3c7ec
There used to be a spring not to far from the top of Mt Rogers, made staying overnight up there really convenient if you had a good water filter. On night in late summer of '93 I was camping up there and there was some fog. It settled in the valleys blocking when little nearby light pollution existed back then and the sky too up the darkest backgrounds I've ever seen east of Mississipi, the Milky Way stopped being a broad haze and took on texture from the thousands of individually visible 6th and 7th magnitude stars. The people who are really dedicated to dark sky stargazing (its a thing, you be surprised how many people are into it) say you can't skies like that any further east than western Nebraska.
Its a nice spot, too bad the rest of the state turned into such an unlivable hellhole
>> No. 110449 ID: d1188e
>>110444

The Thomas shelter on the AT is close by. Wonderful area and would camp again.

C'mon Virginia isn't that bad. Around DC and Norfolk there is dumb shit but plenty of space in between
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>> No. 110538 ID: 2238a8
>>110449
SW VA is awesome when it comes to natural beauty. Very happy I bought a house out here. Even if I move in the future I think I'll keep the house just so I have some place to go when I need to get away.


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110519 No. 110519 ID: aad4ac hide watch quickreply [Reply]
72nd Anniversary of Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima - On Aug. 6, 1945, the atomic bomb dropped by the Enola Gay Boeing B-29 detonated, killing an estimated 140,000 people. Three days later, the U.S. dropped a second bomb on the city of Nagasaki, killing an estimated 75,000. Within weeks, Japan surrendered.

About 50,000 people, including representatives from 80 nations, gathered for an annual ceremony at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park Sunday, reports The Japan Times.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for global cooperation to end nuclear weapons.
"For us to truly realize a world without nuclear weapons, the participation of both nuclear weapon states and non-nuclear weapon states is necessary," he said.
Last month, the United Nations reached its first agreement to ban nuclear weapons. But Japan, along with the nine nuclear-armed nations, including the United States, refused to take part in the negotiations and the vote.
Critics of the treaty, including the United States, say it does nothing to counter the "grave threat posed by North Korea's nuclear program." Member states can sign the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons next month; if ratified, it will be put into effect 90 days later, reports The New York Times.
Japan already adheres to a policy of not possessing, producing or allowing nuclear weapons on its territory. It is the only country to have ever come under nuclear attack. http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/08/06/541885092/japan-calls-for-denuclearized-world-on-72nd-anniversary-of-hiroshima
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Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Dome)
One of the few structures left standing at the site of the atomic bombing.
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Sunday marked 72 years since the U.S. dropped one of two atomic bombs on Japan. On the eve of the anniversary, organizers of a peace event lit up torches on floats on the Motoyasu River next to the Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima.


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