Sure, there are pros, there are cons, and there are opinions. But which way do *you* carry - C1 or C3?
cocked and locked.
condition 0 is typically for guns that use a safety trigger/ DAO long trigger pull, like a glock for example.
most people consider it somewhat unsafe to carry a single action trigger in condition 0, because of the light trigger.
Because they assume that if your shot at, a magazine-in won't save you. If some near you is getting shot, than you enough time to load the magazine.
Since it's not the US and people are usually don't get shot at in the streets there, they consider this trade-off to far outweigh having conscripts going around with a loaded gun that who knows when it might misfire.
It was a joke.
> conscripts are dumbasses
It is assumed by the army that a gun can misfire at any moment from any bump ("don't chamber a bullet unless you want it to shoot"). Adding the fact that the weapon is carried by a large number of conscripts- many of whom never held a gun before and know little about safe behavior with it- first thing IDF soldiers a thought is that their gun is unloaded at all times.
Their idea is that if you're getting shot at- the 1.5 seconds you save by having the gun loaded won't make a difference. When in duty and in places with high probability of having to use your gun, soldiers go around with inserted magazine, but when in civilian area it's considered an unnecessary risk that has little to no practical use.
Can't your media even get the AR-75 named properly?
And guns in Israel just seem natural, daily life sight. Just walking with a loaded gun is considered bad meaner- exactly like the ranger captain in "black hawk down" got upset by the delta guy having his safety off.
Pic is for you.
It's not sideways, it's a "banana". It's just a plastic part that clips the rifle and the magazine together. It's just a way to carry in C3 without having the mag separated from the gun.
Sure- and having your gun unloaded at all times is part of it.
The army could decide that soldiers that have their gun for more than six months are allowed to carry with the magazine in, but why would they? Creates imbalance, adds nothing and only increases the chance that someone will fuckup somehow (the army doesn't think in individuals, but in masses. No reason that a soldier will fuck up in anyway to cause his gun to misfire, but a group of soldiers in guaranteed to have at least one fuckup) and fire it by mistake (double trouble if it's in a civilian area, where the chances of misfiring are double to begin with).
>soldiers that have their gun for more than six months are allowed to carry with the magazine in
is this new? i finished my service before those orange... cap... chamber thingies appeared, back then you were allowed to have a magazine inside the gun only in hostile territories or only IF you live in "dangerous" areas by special permission
I said "could" decide. Same rules still apply, only now you gotta have the chamber flag (Mc-porek, named after Mickey Hartman- which made them and then Jewed the army into buying them) at all times (even if the magazine is in).
Many places in Israel make you put a flag in before you come in. Carrying is fine even with a loaded magazine but they ask you to put a flag in to supposedly prevent collateral damage from ADs or NDs.
interesting, in israel there's a big tear in the communities, jews who are semi-religious (only maintain basic jewish traditions) hate fully-blown religious jews so much because the majority of them dont pay bills and dont go to idf like the rest and are just generally acting on a sub-human level
Not a single one of you carry in condition fabric?
I CC in Condition 3. Toks aren't really safe in Condition 1. Much as I hear some people going "BUT THE HALF-COCK IS A LEGITIMATE SAFETY IT'S FINE", I just don't want to risk it. I'll do it Condition 1 when I upgrade to a Zastava with factory slide safety.
it would be cool if they made flags that had a rim built into the rear so the bolt would hold it so you could easily charge it to eject the flag and load a round if the need came about instead of having to hold the handle back and pull it out manually
>Tobacco seriously damages health
Jesus, is that an official label? Sounds like something a Joe Schmo would say.
>Tobacco's wicked bad for you, guy.
It's official. It's not nearly as bad as the big giant letters on the Japanese and Russian packs.
>not fanning your P250
But really in most first world countries shootings are exceptional incredible events. I live in Italy, here probably 90% of thieves don't carry guns, they break into empty homes or with elderly people inside, if theres someone they just run away and wait for another occasion.
There's that 10%, yes, but it's such a rare occurrence that it makes national headlines. I can't remember the last time Police shot someone in the streets for example.
Accept that America doesn't have the same standards of public safety and well being as most of Europe.
I carry one in the chamber, Glock.
If it were a 1911, I'd carry cocked and locked.
If it were just some random gun, I'd carry it chambered with safety on.
Until they make a gun that can be racked easily and reliably with one hand, like they invent some thumb lever or something, I'll hold that it's not good to carry with an empty chamber.
I'm not partial to jews and have met some bro-tier men but the women are almost universally obnoxious.
I have the pleasure of dealing with one on a near-daily basis simply by associating of friend groups.
My /pol/ senses always new, it just took her a while to admit it after subtle antisemitism