georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:

The Flammpanzer III flamethrower tank. Built out of the Panzer III Ausf. M, the tanks were intended for use in the urban hellscape of Stalingrad, but by the time the tank was ready for deployment, the city had been cutoff. Production ceased after about 100 examples had been made, and field performance was considered quite disappointing, leading to their withdrawal from combat shortly after their debut in early 1943.

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Tagged by mille-anno-imperii, thanks yo

Rules: Answer the questions below and tag 10 people.

Name: William

Nickname(s): Ranga, Sparrow, Bill

Birthday: March 12th

Gender: Male

Sexuality: Heterosexual, mostly ;)

Height: 5’10” or about 177cm

Timezone: 0

Date and time: 19:52 02/09/2014

Average hours of sleep: 9-10 if I have my way, 8 hours normally

OTPs: That ain’t really my kinda shit

Last thing I googled: ‘Mary Elizabeth Winstead’ she had a leak in The Fappening, I forgot who she was

My most used phrase: “Fuck”

First word that comes to mind: Dinosaur

Last thing I said to a family member: Probably bugger off or something to my brother

One place that makes me happy and why: Canada, namely the Rocky Mountains, anywhere with snow really

How many blankets I sleep under: One and a duvet 

Last movie I watched in theatres: Guardians of the Galaxy

Favourite beverage: Mountain Dew

Three things I can’t live without: My computer, constant internet connection, cheese (maybe some people idk, not singling anyone out)

Something I plan on learning: How to build some goddamn muscle, how to drive a car, and if I ever remember, how to play guitar

A piece of advice for my followers: If you think you hate someone, wait till you find someone else who also hates them to hate them together

You all have to listen to this song: http://youtu.be/sbRom1Rz8OA

Tag ten people: fear-is-your-only-god, s55johny, myexternalmemory, gengarmin, awokentraveler, pancakes-for-prime-minister, green-ash, supremesoviet, solo-baron, kettenkrad

thearmedgentleman:

cerebralzero:

Ingram SAM Rifles Based on the M1 Carbine.

>7.62X39mm M1 carbine.
I HAVE A MIGHTY NEED.

thearmedgentleman:

cerebralzero:

Ingram SAM Rifles Based on the M1 Carbine.

>7.62X39mm M1 carbine.

I HAVE A MIGHTY NEED.

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pyrrhiccomedy:

pikestaff:

This town in Russia is called Zheleznogorsk.

Their flag and coat of arms is a bear splitting the atom.

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That is all.

*kicks down door, knocks over end table, vase crashes to the floor*

No that is NOT all, because Zheleznogorsk is really interesting.

It was a secret city, established in 1950 in the middle of Nowhere, Siberia for the purpose of researching nuclear weaponry and producing massive quantities of plutonium, the facilities for which were hidden inside a hollowed-out mountain. It appeared on no maps, and had no census data. Although more than 100,000 people lived there at one point, satellite imagery would have shown only a fairly small mining town. The mountain complex contained 3,500 rooms and three plutonium reactors, which were kept cool by one of the mightiest river in Siberia. The space had been excavated by tens of thousands of gulag slave laborers, who removed more rock from inside the mountain than was used to build the Great Pyramids. Protected under the granite peak of the mountain, these facilities would survive a direct nuclear attack.

No one called it “Zheleznogorsk.” Officially, it was “Krasnoyarsk-26,” which is something like naming a city ‘Arizona-17.’ Residents traveling outside the city called it Iron Town, if they had to refer to it at all. They were under strict instructions never to reveal to anyone the actual business of Krasnoyarsk-26. 

And life there was fantastic. People living and working in the secret city received some of the best wages in the Soviet Union. There were sports stadiums, public gardens, a movie theater, and the shortages notorious in the rest of the USSR were unknown. The best nuclear scientists in Russia lived in a sealed-off utopia. 

A third of all the nuclear weapons produced in Russia during the Cold War were powered by fuel from Zheleznogorsk. At the time, the image of the great Russian bear ripping an atom apart wouldn’t have seemed very funny at all.

titovka-and-bergmutzen:

Serbian Ministarstvo Unutrašnjih Poslova forces aboard an armored car in Kosovo. They were nicknamed the “purple people eaters” due to their distinctive blue/purple tiger striped fatigues.

titovka-and-bergmutzen:

Serbian Ministarstvo Unutrašnjih Poslova forces aboard an armored car in Kosovo. They were nicknamed the “purple people eaters” due to their distinctive blue/purple tiger striped fatigues.

(via izhmash)

literallyunbelievable:

i dont know if their standards are different if its digital dicks

literallyunbelievable:

i dont know if their standards are different if its digital dicks

thisshitfunny:

company gm: so what are your skills or talents 

me: 

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company gm: wooooo shit gotdamn boi 

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thatyellowvolvoguy:

me in the club

thatyellowvolvoguy:

me in the club

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victran:

The Ultimate Hi Point by “Assailant Arms”

poking fun at the industry :D

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weaponslover:

Krinkov 5.56

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gungeekfrag:

wheellock:

gungeekfrag:

wheellock:

hwilhweaton:

wheellock:

So Taurus just patented this…..

wtf is it

body contoured pistol

It looks like the chamber is pretty far back.  Could this be one of those new pistols with the chamber directly above the magazine?  A sort of bullpup pistol if you will.
The curves are abit odd, but I think that’s a built in laser in the trigger guard there.  The very wide but not very long grip has me confused.  Is it a double stack, or is it something weirder still like a 90 degree magazine?

Here is a cross section from the patent document

The magazine looks like a single stack design that is not held in place by a magazine release but rather is held with a sort of “clip” as a part of the base plate of the magazine that must have pressure applied to one side for it to detach from the recess in the grip.

Wow I wasn’t even close.  But it looks like I was right about the laser in the trigger guard.


That picture makes a lot more sense now…

gungeekfrag:

wheellock:

gungeekfrag:

wheellock:

hwilhweaton:

wheellock:

So Taurus just patented this…..

wtf is it

body contoured pistol

It looks like the chamber is pretty far back.  Could this be one of those new pistols with the chamber directly above the magazine?  A sort of bullpup pistol if you will.

The curves are abit odd, but I think that’s a built in laser in the trigger guard there.  The very wide but not very long grip has me confused.  Is it a double stack, or is it something weirder still like a 90 degree magazine?

Here is a cross section from the patent document

The magazine looks like a single stack design that is not held in place by a magazine release but rather is held with a sort of “clip” as a part of the base plate of the magazine that must have pressure applied to one side for it to detach from the recess in the grip.

Wow I wasn’t even close.  But it looks like I was right about the laser in the trigger guard.

That picture makes a lot more sense now…

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30roundrevolution:

cerebralzero:

gunsdaily:

@sneaky762:  “Custom built MM47 Pistol 7.62x39 aka The Fire Canon. #badass #gunkings #sigbrace #coolguns #zombiegun #semiautomatic #ak47 #762 #308 #gunporn #akpistol #arpistol #AR15 #Guns #firepower #flamethrower”

whoa!

Is it an AK?Is it an AR?Is it something that Turns me in?Yes to all.

30roundrevolution:

cerebralzero:

gunsdaily:

@sneaky762:
“Custom built MM47 Pistol
7.62x39 aka The Fire Canon.
#badass #gunkings #sigbrace #coolguns #zombiegun #semiautomatic #ak47 #762 #308 #gunporn #akpistol #arpistol #AR15 #Guns #firepower #flamethrower”

whoa!

Is it an AK?
Is it an AR?
Is it something that Turns me in?

Yes to all.