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  1. KhandE

    I quit this game

    Ok bye.
  2. KhandE

    Upcoming Glock

    Yeah sorry to tell you but this is this is literally the exact reasons the M1911 is even still popular at all, but please go ahead and try to write it off because you can't accept the 1911 isn't some uber gun that was delivered by the firearms gods to John Browning himself. Oh I did forget a reason though! It's because they're so easy to machine these days that pretty much any conpany can do it (or pay some 3rd world country to do it for them and rebrand them *cough* SPRINGFIELD) so there's that. I love it how 1911 fanboys are blindly obsessed with the design to the point it makes SIG and H&K fanboys look reasonable by comparison and somehow being called on it makes *you* the fanboy every time because they once again can't dare to be proven wrong that the world passed the design over. (And 2 World Wars is a gun industry joke because this is literally what every imbecile fanboy of the design claims makes it unbeatable despite the US not being the deciding factor in either aside from the pacific theater of WW2.) What makes the 1911 worse than it's competitors? well aside from the obvious part of it being a single stack that was natively made for an idiotic cartridge that was worse than Browning's original suggestion (which you probably can't even guess without googling with your amazing gun guru skills.) well..... 1. The fact it's less durable and holds up to higher pressure rounds worse than most design. 2. In reliability it gets stomped by pretty much any design past the 30s, mainly in cold weather. 3. It's comically oversized for how little it holds. 4. It's also comically heavily by the same merits. 5. The sheer maintenance requirements, to quote MARSOC yet again. 6. Having more problems with Rust, Terrible mags, expensive and more often maintenance. .......But it at least has a good grip angle and trigger! I love how you went on the offensive and said I couldn't point out any flaws with it but then never pointed out what actually makes it good, probably because you're clueless and need others to make arguments for you. You said the USMC/MARSOC were considering adopting the M45, if you actually bothered reading all of the a few posts you would've seen they dropped it a long time ago, It spent so little time in service it was laughable, but "2 WORLD WARS!" Yeah sorry to tell you but this is this is literally the exact reasons the M1911 is even still popular at all, but please go ahead and try to write it off because you can't accept the 1911 isn't some uber gun that was delivered by the firearms gods to John Browning himself. Oh I did forget a reason though! It's because they're so easy to machine these days that pretty much any conpany can do it (or pay some 3rd world country to do it for them and rebrand them *cough* SPRINGFIELD) so there's that. I love it how 1911 fanboys are blindly obsessed with the design to the point it makes SIG and H&K fanboys look reasonable by comparison and somehow being called on it makes *you* the fanboy every time because they once again can't dare to be proven wrong that the world passed the design over. (And 2 World Wars is a gun industry joke because this is literally what every imbecile fanboy of the design claims makes it unbeatable despite the US not being the deciding factor in either aside from the pacific theater of WW2.) What makes the 1911 worse than it's competitors? well aside from the obvious part of it being a single stack that was natively made for an idiotic cartridge that was worse than Browning's original suggestion (which you probably can't even guess without googling with your amazing gun guru skills.) well..... 1. The fact it's less durable and holds up to higher pressure rounds worse than most design. 2. In reliability it gets stomped by pretty much any design past the 30s, mainly in cold weather. 3. It's comically oversized for how little it holds. 4. It's also comically heavily by the same merits. 5. The sheer maintenance requirements, to quote MARSOC yet again. 6. Having more problems with Rust, Terrible mags, expensive and more often maintenance. .......But it at least has a good grip angle and trigger! I love how you went on the offensive and said I couldn't point out any flaws with it but then never pointed out what actually makes it good, probably because you're clueless and need others to make arguments for you. You said the USMC/MARSOC were considering adopting the M45, if you actually bothered reading all of the a few posts you would've seen they dropped it a long time ago, It spent so little time in service it was laughable, but "2 WORLD WARS!" Colt is one of 2 authorized makers of AR-15s along with FN USA for the US military, what in gods name are you talking about? (and even their "Mfour-geries are as close as they can get to mil spec wile being civilian legal and requiring no tax tamps being semi auto only and having 16" barrels.) LOL, LOL .....LOL, KIMBER. Jesus Christ you're a video game commando who knows literally know absolutely nothing at all confirmed. (and a clueless SIG fanboy from the looks of it, great combo with the 1911 bit....let me guess you fanboy H&K and Springfield too?) Most people who know how bad Kimber really is would facepalm so hard at this they'd end up with a migraine, or at least I probably will, let alone saying it would "beat a Glock in every way except price" as a service pistol. do me a favor and if you don't know what you're talking about regarding a topic, please, please, PLEASE just don't talk. it will save you much humiliation in the end. Pretty sure most people at this point would trust a Kel-Tec or a Taurus then some $200 gun with a $2,000 price tag gun like Kimber.
  3. KhandE

    Player SCAV team Kills (SCAV on SCAV)

    Personally I think people should read about the product they're buying and its features but then this game wouldn't have a playerbase.
  4. KhandE

    Upcoming Glock

    Yeah, they make so many because it's been a design no longer under any patents for years that people buy into the hype of "2 WORLD WARS!" And the cult of Browning, despite the fact theres many aspects even Browning himself didn't like about it but was forced to add to it. It gets its ass kicked as a service pistol by so many newer offerings it's not even funny but I liked the part where you tried to prove someone wrong about the Marines thinking about the M45A1 only to get proven wrong by an old pistol in this same thread.
  5. KhandE

    Weapon Companies Thread

    So since I'm apparently a big mean jerk and often get flak for pointing out bad suggestions and even PMs stating "well if you just want to sit in here and criticize everyone else why don't you post YOUR list smart guy?!" ....Does anyone actually want to see me put real effort into a painfully long list or would I be wasting my time? Literally anything other than a downvote for no, obviously downvote for no, or reply. This isn't just to feed my rampant narcicissm but hey, might bring some life back to this dead as a cemetary forum.
  6. KhandE

    SELL YOUR ALTYNS

    Yeah I knew you were joking don't worry, I love Spaceballs how couldn't I see it? ....I still want to try though =)
  7. KhandE

    SELL YOUR ALTYNS

    ..... I'd have to do weight calculations on a helmet that could to see if you could even make one light enough that doesnt break your neck if you so much as turn your head fast enough. This will be fun.
  8. KhandE

    SELL YOUR ALTYNS

    Well theres no helmets on the market that are actually rated to stop rifle fire so. I really don't know why you expect said helmet to take steel core AP from 7.62x51mm =/. And yes theres that one bunk company who showed some videos of a helmet taking 7.62x39mm fire and supposedly surviving and you'll even occasionally see clickbait ads from them on certain gun blogs and sites, too bad the link always links to a dead site and their Amazon store page is still empty 3 year later which would would firmly place this product into "vaporware".
  9. KhandE

    Gore mode

    It takes a bit for blood to pool unless you absolutely riddle someone with rounds, you have to wait until adrenaline production stops and your natural coagulant cease to function unless it's a pretty massive wound, adrenaline kept my gunshot wounds on 2 occasions sealed long enough save my life and prevent a blackout the other time.
  10. KhandE

    Gore mode

    If anything a lot of games and mainly movies vastly over do what happens in reality regarding small arms fire or support weapons. Sometimes they'll underdo it, but Hollywood, TV and video games are perhaps the biggest sources of ballistic myths out there. That's not to say they're always wrong, shotgun blasts with buckshot and higher velocity slugs and high powered and/or high velocity rifles, mainly when using things aside from non expanding, non fragmenting rounds can cause very grievous wounds to the brain cavity this is true, the brain is surrounded by imcompressible fluid so the massive hydraulic pressure can cause horrifying injuries, rounds that fragment at high velocity close to the exit wound or yaw violently will make a bigger exit wound, high velocity rounds are much better for the most part at breaking bones than slower, heavier ones of comparable energy. And powerful explosive weapons landing close enough to someone to give them a diet of a powerful explosion and shockwave at close range + being in the zone where fragments and shrapnel will hit them at full speed plus more of said deadly debris will.......yeah....... The problem is, it doesnt really affect gameplay that much, and as I've said in another thread before and many here have said before me, it would surely get it banned or force localized versions in many countries which is a far bigger pain in the ass than most people realize, even AAA budget devs usually wont do it but just censor the whole product not because they're scared of showing "reality" but because the red tape is that stupid. Also as I starter with, for every thing games, TV and movies get right, I can point out about 3 they get wrong on anything from stated "facts" in the media to scenes for sheer shock value.
  11. KhandE

    My Mosin Nagant Theory

    So in a theoretical universe where one of two possibilities can happen, one of the two will happen? That's.....pretty deep man.
  12. KhandE

    Mosin Fixes

    How many hits should it take in your mind and with what ammunition?
  13. KhandE

    sks magazines are proprietary

    ^^^
  14. KhandE

    Mosin

    Hmm that's funny, because when I was out getting more dove shot yesterday I was looking at my local stores used and surplus racks and all their Mosins were still going for $100-150, $200 for the "good" variants. but I guess "Yesterday and the day before" were a terribly long time ago. And please don't try and give me this bs, Kar 98ks, Enfields, M1903s etc etc etc are more expensive because not only are they less common but they're flat out better rifles in basically every way possible, If you think quality and quantity have no effect on the price of something just because It's "Vintage" then you're Delusional and just looking for reasons to be mad at someone. SKS rifles only got affected after various political scares people are taking advantage of and Embargoes on potential importers such as the one on Russia that was put in place since the Crimean crisis, but this is clearly the fault of someone who put a score on a garbage rod, which, for the record, is not "all that tacky poo" but a single thing which is fine in this case. Want to complain about high prices? blame Scalpers like those who take advantage of tragedies and embargoes or those who overpay in programs like the CMP thinking their parted together 1911A1 that probably never even had any parts that saw combat but think it's worth far more than the 1000 bucks the CMP charged them for is fine because "This has got history, don't try lowballing me because I know what I got!" attitude. (which funnily enough many Mosin fanboys do along with people selling bunk versions of actual good historic guns.) News flash, the Mosin is the perfect "cheap burner gun" to do the heinous crime of "putting a scope on" which is far from outright bubbaing a rifle(oh, but I forget, people who actually know what they're talking about often pointed out what a real bubba job is and therefore it's popular as hell to overuse the term online now. It's cheap and plentiful with some historic aspect so it's a perfect rifle that even very fiscally minded people will often buy as their first gun and just go out having fun shooting it, they don't need this type of nonsense being spread as if they're desecrating some holy relic of the firearms gods, It's just like the Nagant revolver, everyone knows It's trash and many joke that it's the perfect plant gun for the scene of a shooting, but It can be silenced (yes, I said silenced, be triggered by that too as it's the historically correct term since were on about historical guns here.) and it's plentiful and cheap so some may buy it on those merits even though if you really wanted a good historic Soviet sidearm you'd look a bit harder and find a Tokarev, but no one really cares about it beyond that unlike the Mosin cult. Here's what makes the Mosin actually historic. -.....It was in service for a very long time. - It was the rifle the Red Army used during WW2, the Army that did the most work to defeat the Nazis had to use as their frontline rifle, they didn't need the best rifle in the world for this, just one that worked, this isn't a testament to the rifle but to the sacrifices of the Red Army during the war. Oh, but sorry, even by the standards of when it first came out it in 1891 it was not that great, by WW2 it was arguably the worst bolt action of the war, and It's extremely cheap and plentiful. The only thing you're doing by treating everything "vintage" or "milsurp" like It's a sacred platinum relic from above is actually discourage new shooters from getting in the hobby and propagating dumb myths that keep people thinking this way. If you want to keep making villains out of people who did nothing wrong and blame them for the dumb bs that's actually the fault of panic sellers and scalpers who prey on the misinformed and gets said misinformation to stick, by all means, be my guest, just realize you're actually damaging to the shooting community and not some hero of it by calling out someone who scoped his garbage rod (When optics are the single biggest performance upgrade you can have for a firearm and even a bargain bin scope destroys anything from the era in basically every way possible.) The Soviets/Russians made many fine arms before, during, and after WW2, the Mosin was not one of them and will remain what it is, a rifle that will never be fairly compared to it's peers because of the sheer amount of fanboyism surrounding it and will have fanboys flip out when you do even the most minor things to it when the reality is, that's the perfect role for it, a cheap, plentiful gun that has some history despite it's many flaws with plentiful amounts of ammo people can just casually shoot with. End rant.
  15. KhandE

    Group sizes = Unfair

    Your thread is bad and all but I downvoted you just for being yet another pussy who just downvotes and leaves a topic with no argument or immediately goes to make bad posts elsewhere.
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