Since when are face masks necessary?
I thought it might be a 416 at first but it is indeed an MCX, can see a few other photos of them with it as well. I thought they only had G36s and MP5s with the only AR pattern weapons being used by the Transport Police.
for "the greater good"
>no gunz allowed
>soon, no knives allowed
>police is still armed just as heavily as burgerland
>b-but we yuro and civilized
>Tasked with protecting against increased threat of Muslim savagery
>Not hard for Muslims to be doing their own spying and find out who you are and where you and your loved ones lay your head(s)
>Increase difficulty of ascertaining identification by covering as much of your face as possible
Is it really that hard to figure out? Really bad people would gladly kill or have their compadres kill you and/or your family if you are fighting them. Why the fuck do you think Mexico is half-run by Cartels? I don't know who that lady is or what she does, but it sure as shit doesn't look like she's the type to be checking for people hopping the ticket barricade.
They mostly do, but there is a very recently formed unit of "Counter Terrorist Specialist Firearms Officers" that got some gucci kit
Masks are cool. If you know you'll get photographed cause you're dealing with something the media is interested in but you need to keep at least a bit of anonymity for the sake of work- mask is a great tool.
>no guns allowed
>no knives soon
The majority of which are privately owned and operated, nothing to do with the government
>police is still armed just as heavily as burderland
Objectively incorrect and badly written.
Can you post the pic? There have been a few pics of the Met Counter terror team or whatever they call them carrying the MCX. I believe the first sighting was when they were pulling security for Netanyahu's visit last year.