Why aren't more operatorcore movies made? It seems like it would be more affordable than your average action movie.
The whole movie was like Blackops game campaign, flying around the world in private jets, dude sinking Fiji lmao no babysitting, no accountability, dude lmao flipflops in high level meeting don't give a fuck son, dude we picked you cuz we thought you ware dumb all along, just sign the paper you cux,
What are some good operator core movies?
I only can think of Michael Mann films for some reason.
Also i think operating operationally without substance to it would get pretty boring. Or at least without interesting cinematography
>dude lmao flipflops in high level meeting
Narcos is still a more badass character than Sicario but they both have badass mannerisms. Sicario inhales deeply after killing women and children but Narcos sighs softly whenever you disappoint him.
>Why aren't more operatorcore movies made?
>wanting /tv/ to be flooded to by /k/ommandos dissecting every detail to the point it would make Star Wars canon/non-canon threads look acceptable
you realise 9mm nato rounds (.357 caliber) fired by the mp are actually a larger caliber than the 5.56x45 nato (.223 caliber) fired by the ar right anon?
5.56x45 has a longer cartridge mind you, so you cna pack more powder in
>all these le angry mexican meme sicario babbys who missed out on the most operatov /tv/
Remember when the Columbians were the bad guys and the CIA were the good guys?
no they aren't, 5.56 is the metric measurement, .223 is the imperial. former is mm, latter is inches you twit
at the ranges all his engagements were at, the difference is irrelevant, especially since it was all shooting at soft targets
You are retarded.
5.56 rifle will shoot both 5.56 and .223, whereas 223 will only shoot 223 ammo
Read a bit since you cant fucking shoot obviously.
obviously there are a whole load of different rounds that can be cambered at that caliber. since cartridge sizes vary greatly, not all of them are going to be compatible. that doesn't alter that 5.56x45 nato is .223 caliber, and significantly smaller (in diameter, since that is what caliber measures) than 9mm nato
>5.56 rifle will shoot both 5.56 and .223, whereas 223 will only shoot 223 ammo
Doesn't this have something to do with the NATO rounds being hotter (packed with more gunpowder) and not a size difference in the ammunitions? At least that's what I gathered when I was doing some research before purchasing my AR15 (I got a 5.56-spec barrel one of course).
>at the ranges all his engagements were at, the difference is irrelevant, especially since it was all shooting at soft targets
Then why weren't the FBI SWAT/HRT using mp5s inside the building at the start? It's smaller so wouldn't it be easier to use in tight spaces?