>does [clearly obsolete weapon system] have a place in today's conflicts?
>is [absolutely essentially piece of equipment] obsolete?
>why hasn't [nation that has less than 300 miles of coastline] built a giant world-dominating navy?
>why don't we just [throw away all of our perfectly functional equipment to switch to flavor-of-the-month special snowflake videogame garbage]?
>what is the best X?
>I want X for shit hit duh fern
>WHAT'S THE BEST
>what ak should I buy
>what is the best gun
>is taurus really that bad?
>what ak should I buy
>are glocks actually good guns?
>is X /K/ approvded?
>is X \k\ related?
>AK vs AR, let's settle this once for all hur dur dur dur dur dur hurrr hurr dur hurr dur!
>why hasn't [nation that has less than 300 miles of coastline] built a giant world-dominating navy
Since when has that ever been a valid excuse?
>shitposts about f35's
>has never been in an f16, seen a rafale or a mig
>doesn't have a pilots license
>still feels compelled to chime in his two cents like he knows anything
>The [British] empire covered more than 13,000,000 sq mi (33,670,000 km2), almost a quarter of the Earth's total land area.
>The length of coastline of Great Britain plus its principal islands is about 19,491 miles
Math: it'll fuck you up.
This. I was an AK guy, still am, and I bought an M&P 15 Sport 2 recently, I totally get the AR-15 stuff now. I still prefer my AK rifles (so much so that immediately after buying the AR I bought an SLR-104 just so I didn't feel dirty).
>Is [experimental weapon technology] a game changer?
>200 following replies of autists debating decade old publicly released information and purposely understated technically specs
>DARPA mentioned a dozen times regarding projects that fizzled out but are now "deeply classified"
>50 centers and vatniks thoroughly convinced the autism of this board mirrors US military RDTE
>*posts vidya garbage*
Lockheed would be spanking the Gripen right now if they started producing modernized F-16XLs.
a F-16XL with GE F120 thrust vectoring Engine, conformal fuel tanks and all of the electronic updates of a Block 60 F-16 would make it the best single-engine fighter ever made.
it would be cheaper and easier to operate in huge numbers.
face it, nobody wants to touched that bloated F-35 program anymore, the stealth features are wasted when its carrying around external ordinance 75% of the time and most buyers have no use for the carrier or VTOL model. the F-16 is a proven platform that airforces are comfortable with, the problem is that its current airframe is pushed to its limits. adding more room for fuel and equipment while stripping antiquated systems and installing a far more powerful engine will breath new life into the design without costing a trillion dollars.
Does 3 out of the 4 work if I'm also a aircraft engineer and saw some of the paperwork on the f35's frame and recoiled in horror as the thought of strapping living people into it?
Those two don't go together brosef
>9mm master race, all handgun cartridges are the same and a double stack .25 acp with 30 rounds flush would be better than anything you can buy
>.45 don't need no capacity and revolver don't need em neither. They reach out and kill a man while 9mm tickles a balls
>planning on 18X'ing it anything you guise can tell me?
>planning on 11X opt40'ing it anything you guise can tell me?
>how do i into military if i did drugs/am head-sick/have condition?
>so i was out shooting and i saw these fudds and i did nothing to help them unfudd and now i'm going to bitch about it
>so someone told me they're anti-gun and i did nothing to change their opinions and now i'm going to bitch about it
>marijuana: what is it?
>AR V. AK the 541st final debate!
>so some guy posted here about shooting something and he actually did it
>so some guy posted here about shooting something up and didn't do it, whatta pussy
>some soccer mom told the police i threatened to kill her today (these things do actually happen believe it or not)
don't worry /k/, i still love you.
>[this piece of military equipment that has never seen combat] is the best thing ever because [it was built by the country I live in]
This reminds me, did the a2 front post and the magpul pop up rear sight feel weird to you as well?
>small arms matter in war
>air combat is based around turning
>Close air support requires cannons
>"This is my lightweight bug out kit"
>7 rifle magazines, 5 handgun magazines, plate carrier, no water in sight