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http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2018/06/04/gangster-obrez-mosin-nagant-confiscated-by-las-vegas-pd/

 

The illegal rifle-pistol combination that was turned in appears to be in very rough shape and is an example of a hasty job done on what was probably a legally or stolen 7.62x54r 91/30 Mosin Nagant. The magazinefloor plate is popped out, most likely from inspection of the piece. Notice also that the rear sight is set on the furthest setting, maybe a result of examining the piece instead of any actual intent to use it at that setting (either way, there is no front sight that could co-witness with it). With a capacity of 5 rounds (plus 1) and some wicked recoil to boot, this is probably one of the more uncomfortable firearms out there to fire. But, if this is all a criminal element could come up with, then it probably fits their bill.

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I... what? 

 

http://nexusilluminati.blogspot.com/2016/04/the-hitler-dynasty-1945-fbi-report.html

 

"details of [Angela Merkel's] birth were included in the records of the German Dr. Karl Klauberg, who was one of the Nazi "death doctors" convicted by Soviet courts and imprisoned. When he later was recognized as a brilliant scientist, he was released after seven years and was recognized as the father of artificial insemination.

The Soviets were even more intrigued when they discovered Dr. Klauberg had preserved frozen samples of the sperm of Adolf Hitler. The forces of darkness in high places decided to try to produce a child from Hitler's sperm, obviously for occult and illuministic purposes. Dr. Klauberg then brought the youngest sister of Eva Braun (Hitler's wife), whose name was Gretl, to Eastern Germany, and the result of the experiment produced not a biological son of Hitler, but rather a daughter.

Amazingly, Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th, 1889, and Angela Merkel was born on April 20th, 1954. (April 20th is 11 days before the witches' high Sabbat of Beltane.)"

 

"On April 20th, 2005, the Nazi Joseph Ratzinger became Pope Benedict XVI, (16th), precisely on the 116th birthday of Adolf Hitler. The etymology of the name Hitler reveals that the name means a shepherd who lives in a hut. The name Adolf from Old High German means noble wolf. Thus, his combined name indicates that he was the Shepherd Wolf, or false shepherd. Strangely enough, Pope Ratzinger, or Benedict XVI, also has the title of Shepherd of the Church, and since he took office, the Roman Catholic Church has had a German shepherd. Incidentally, that breed of dog resembles a wolf."

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   TV channel Zvezda is an all-Russian state social and patriotic channel. Belongs to the media group "Zvezda", which is supervised by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation through the JSC "TV and Radio Company of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation" Zvezda ". The media group also includes Radio Star and Internet sites.

 

https://vk.com/milinfolive?w=wall-123538639_775111

Video shows BTR-82A firing and missing every shot
Narrator: "Most modern BMP-82 unleashing avalanche of fire and hitting every shot, target is visibly torn to pieces!"

 

 

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Why the Navy misses the old F-14 Despite All Of It's Problems

 

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/why-navy-misses-old-f-14-tomcat-despite-all-problems-30367

 

National Interest I know is absolutely haram, I know but... fuck. Do the people they have writing and editing not even know the basics of journalism?

 

First paragraph.

 

"While speed and range are priorities, the Navy remains skeptical of stealth technology as it always has. “We certainly need survivability. Stealth is just one piece of the survivability equation,” Brophy said. “I kind of look at stealth as sort of like chaff and flares. It’s not going to defeat [the enemy] every time, but it will help. Stealth is part of what any future design — if you look at any country, they’re going that way. So yes, it would probably be part of it.”

 

Who the fuck is "Brophy"? What's his first name? What's his title? 

 

Oh wait, you have to get to the 7th fucking paragraph to see it's a "Captain Richard Brophy".

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22 hours ago, Donward said:

Why the Navy misses the old F-14 Despite All Of It's Problems

 

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/why-navy-misses-old-f-14-tomcat-despite-all-problems-30367

 

National Interest I know is absolutely haram, I know but... fuck. Do the people they have writing and editing not even know the basics of journalism?

 

First paragraph.

 

"While speed and range are priorities, the Navy remains skeptical of stealth technology as it always has. “We certainly need survivability. Stealth is just one piece of the survivability equation,” Brophy said. “I kind of look at stealth as sort of like chaff and flares. It’s not going to defeat [the enemy] every time, but it will help. Stealth is part of what any future design — if you look at any country, they’re going that way. So yes, it would probably be part of it.”

 

Who the fuck is "Brophy"? What's his first name? What's his title? 

 

Oh wait, you have to get to the 7th fucking paragraph to see it's a "Captain Richard Brophy".

 

It's also completely lacking any statement from Brophy about the need for speed, despite asserting that speed and range are both needed. Only asking for more range, of course, is a good excuse for getting F-35C with its ludicrous amounts of internal fuel stowage (More than a F-14, with only one engine to feed! About the same weight as an entire harrier!)

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50 minutes ago, Sturgeon said:

How does the AIM-120D actually compare for range vs. the AIM-54?

>97 miles for the 120D per Wiki. Actual ranges is prolly classified.

 

100 miles for the 54, so very comparable.

 

'54 had a big honking 135lb warhead vs a 50lb warhead on the 120 though.

 

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16 minutes ago, Belesarius said:

>97 miles for the 120D per Wiki. Actual ranges is prolly classified.

 

100 miles for the 54, so very comparable.

 

'54 had a big honking 135lb warhead vs a 50lb warhead on the 120 though.

 

 

Yes but I don't know how meaningful those numbers are.

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