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-Drew

ROTC Recruiter: “Hey there son would you like to consider taking the ROTC course this semester, you’ve got the build and with a little work-

Me: NO MY MIND IS NOT FOR RENT, TO ANY GOD OR GOVERNMENT

Recruiter: “I-excuse me?

Me: CATCH THE MIST, CATCH THE MYTH, CATCH THE MYSTER-

Recruiter: Alright kid fuck off

— 2 hours ago with 128 notes
Can someone explain to me the advantages of porting snub nosed resolver barrels?

45-70govt:

cerebralzero:

I don’t know that much about it so I might be missing something but it seems like the losses would be worse than what would be gained from doing this. The barrel is already short so efficient powder burn is going to be minimal as is(and I would assume lessened by the porting) and I also assume that putting holes in a barrel that short would be a detriment to accuracy. The only positive I can fathom is that it might reduce recoil. 

Some examples:

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Why not just get a threaded barrel and put a muzzle brake on though?

I actually met the guy who started first invented in-barrel shotgun compensating this summer (Remember that craze in the late 90’s?). We briefly spoke about the same concept in other systems, but not in snub nosed revolvers. From firing his custom Beretta (I think it was an A400 or similar model) I can tell you from first hand experience that the porting takes almost all of the recoil out of most 12 gauge loads. With that said, on a snub nosed revolver I could only guess that even the tiny in barrel porting would do a tremendous amount of recoil reduction.

I think the thought process in porting the snub nosed barrels is that you aren’t going to be firing it at a target unless it’s very close, and intend on making follow up shots. That’s just my guess though

Oh also to answer your question, threading the barrel and throwing on a comp adds to the overall length, which is no good for a boot gun. The reason the in barrel comps were so popular with the sporting shotgun community is because it also allowed for the user to fit a choke on the end of the barrel.

— 4 hours ago with 39 notes
Can someone explain to me the advantages of porting snub nosed resolver barrels?

cerebralzero:

I don’t know that much about it so I might be missing something but it seems like the losses would be worse than what would be gained from doing this. The barrel is already short so efficient powder burn is going to be minimal as is(and I would assume lessened by the porting) and I also assume that putting holes in a barrel that short would be a detriment to accuracy. The only positive I can fathom is that it might reduce recoil. 

Some examples:

image

image

image

Why not just get a threaded barrel and put a muzzle brake on though?

I actually met the guy who started first invented in-barrel shotgun compensating this summer (Remember that craze in the late 90’s?). We briefly spoke about the same concept in other systems, but not in snub nosed revolvers. From firing his custom Beretta (I think it was an A400 or similar model) I can tell you from first hand experience that the porting takes almost all of the recoil out of most 12 gauge loads. With that said, on a snub nosed revolver I could only guess that even the tiny in barrel porting would do a tremendous amount of recoil reduction.

I think the thought process in porting the snub nosed barrels is that you aren’t going to be firing it at a target unless it’s very close, and intend on making follow up shots. That’s just my guess though

— 4 hours ago with 39 notes

brotoad:

frankieztein:

brotoad:

my harry potter OC is called deadlift powercrunch, the most muscular wizard of all time

wizards rarely use physical power to accomplish anything, so the most muscular, is propably not that muscular when compared to muggles

deadlift powercrunch uses her physical power above magic, she does not care about magic and only uses it to create gym equipment from thin air and also to give her gatling gun arm infinite bullets.

(via buttsquadron)

— 22 hours ago with 5301 notes

brotoad:

frankieztein:

brotoad:

my harry potter OC is called deadlift powercrunch, the most muscular wizard of all time

wizards rarely use physical power to accomplish anything, so the most muscular, is propably not that muscular when compared to muggles

deadlift powercrunch uses her physical power above magic, she does not care about magic and only uses it to create gym equipment from thin air and also to give her gatling gun arm infinite bullets.

(via buttsquadron)

— 23 hours ago with 5301 notes
lee-enfeel:

E N  G A R D E  F U C C B O I
(sushi with nerds + interstellarfuccboi tonight)

What in the fuck I thought you went back in time and found mints in an alternate universe where Germany won

lee-enfeel:

E N  G A R D E  F U C C B O I

(sushi with nerds + interstellarfuccboi tonight)

What in the fuck I thought you went back in time and found mints in an alternate universe where Germany won

— 1 day ago with 20 notes
anarcho-bootyist asked: There was a HUUUUUGE campaign when the FBI first came around to smear anarchism as a political theory and that's where a lot of the "anarchists as people committing random violence" comes from. There's still idiot ancoms and syndicalists, but most serious anarchists who are writing literature and advancing ideas are either ancaps or left libertarians of some sort. Look into Charles Johnson, Kevin Carson, Roderick Long and of course Murray Rothbard to get some better ideas of the philosophy


Answer:

nealcassadysghost:

45-70govt:

Of course nowadays I don’t believe that garbage, but I’m more so impressed at how effective that campaign was in shaping the view on even the word itself. Anarchy is almost always perceived to be synonymous with chaotic violence and the entire nation being within a state of disarray. Even that fucking movie the Purge makes me sick because people should know better by now.  

It’s like McCarthyism but it’s been going on for over 200 years now, and that’s actually terrifying. Like people will immediately turn up their nose at the word Anarchy because it immediately evokes images of shit on fire, but will say “communism looks good on paper” and be completely okay with a person being the state’s bitch.

Man I feel like a dick, but that’s a good thing.  

The definition of anarchy is without government. Maybe the idealists think they can get rid of any kind of formal hierarchy and do just dandy without setting shit on fire, but it’s just not going to work like that, there’s ample proof of that, so I’d say the image is pretty accurate, and anyone who still thinks anarchy is a valid political theory is either insanely naive or has their head really far up their ass.

yeah yeah the government is a brutal machine and we are all just cogs, we get it

— 1 day ago with 52 notes

You know, I grew up my whole life not realizing why people hated mayonnaise so much. Then I realized most people buy that Helman’s shit and not god tier Kewpie or other Asian/Jap mayo. Seriously Kewpie mayo is so fucking baller, I just made a midnight dinner out of a biscuit, shredded iceberg, a few tomato slices and some left over roast chicken and goddamn did kewpie mayo really throw it all together.

Don’t be a fuckboy and buy yourself some Kewpie mayo 

— 1 day ago with 12 notes

johnnygraduallycomes:

OK Peace Walker is fun but do I really gotta go back and grind bosses in order to get enough parts for my metal gear. Can I even grind bosses?

later on you fight souped up versions of each, and if you figure out the damage system fast enough you can salvage enough parts without having to re-run a boss fight. The only time I ever did was when I deployed metal gear ZEKE in outer ops and he got fucked up by a handful of tanks

— 1 day ago with 3 notes

buttsquadron:

duhjwooly:

buttsquadron:

duhjwooly:

Do people still play DayZ or am I wasting my time installing it

I’ve taken a break from it but I’d be willing to play sometime my Steam’s buttlaser

Okay but if we do play be prepared to get increasingly frustrated with how shit I am

Dude your first like ten lives will involve dying in bullshit ways

I died once because I wasn’t really paying attention and told my character to drink a bottle of windex instead of a bottle of water

"Do people still play Day Z?"

Does your mother have an email address and do you have access to anthro airplane porn?

The real question is how much do you value your precious beans?

— 1 day ago with 25 notes
Anonymous asked: Of course, though text it shitty conveyment I actaully wasnt attacking you just decided to write what every extremeist side views of the other. You just happen to be a message board for drunk shit posting, though I stand by that statement about puppies being sacrificed to Stalin. Side note, clear unexploded munitions in Bosnia y/n?


Answer:

Yes please create Serbian soccerfields in strategic locations and host Albanian scavenger hunts in the fields of no return, this issue must be resolved

— 1 day ago with 4 notes
Anonymous asked: Remember; ALL communists eat babies and corpses, they hate compassion and every single one is out to steal your land and take your rights to make you work in a Gulag. Everytime someone says the word "Marx" a puppy is sacrificed to Stalin to invoke the bloodcomune and indoctrinate a person into killing another. Don't forget, EVERY, SINGLE, ONE. Go read the book you can see all the glyphs and rituals written so that they can summon demons and bring horror to the world.


Answer:

You know that I have mutual followers who are self titled “communists” right? Like shit I don’t agree with what they post 100% of the time but they obviously have to be some kind of human being if I can enjoy their content. Same goes for whole diehard Liberals and Conservatives crowd. I hate the polar side of both with a passion but I obviously have to agree on some points of each side’s arguments, but to agree completely with one side is irrational, and irresponsible.

— 1 day ago with 3 notes

murderer-poet:

ancap-princess:

45-70govt:

Hey ancap followers, how does the privatization of LE and Courts work? 

Not attacking, just genuinely curious after reading about the legend of Libertatia/Liberalia

It’s quite simple.  Instead of being paid by the public in general, they’re paid only by the people who utilize their services.  

Could you please explain this in a little more detail? If you personally pay a judge for their services you’re essentially buying them out and it’s obvious how that will make for an unfair trial and corrupt judges. I’m not doubting that some private judicial firm could exist in an anarchist society, but you’ll need to think up a more elaborate system than simply “buy your judge”.

I think it was meant as in paying the privatized court system in your community on a need to basis, not making a direct payment to the judge, that would be silly.

— 2 days ago with 21 notes
anarcho-bootyist asked: There was a HUUUUUGE campaign when the FBI first came around to smear anarchism as a political theory and that's where a lot of the "anarchists as people committing random violence" comes from. There's still idiot ancoms and syndicalists, but most serious anarchists who are writing literature and advancing ideas are either ancaps or left libertarians of some sort. Look into Charles Johnson, Kevin Carson, Roderick Long and of course Murray Rothbard to get some better ideas of the philosophy


Answer:

Of course nowadays I don’t believe that garbage, but I’m more so impressed at how effective that campaign was in shaping the view on even the word itself. Anarchy is almost always perceived to be synonymous with chaotic violence and the entire nation being within a state of disarray. Even that fucking movie the Purge makes me sick because people should know better by now.  

It’s like McCarthyism but it’s been going on for over 200 years now, and that’s actually terrifying. Like people will immediately turn up their nose at the word Anarchy because it immediately evokes images of shit on fire, but will say “communism looks good on paper” and be completely okay with a person being the state’s bitch.

Man I feel like a dick, but that’s a good thing.  

— 2 days ago with 52 notes