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Making politicians soil their pants from the moment they hear about it.
1 day, 8 hours ago on TrackingPoint Precision Guided Firearm!
Awesome! I was looking forward to a sequel to the last book (Which I thoroughly enjoyed)! I will be sure to pick this one up as soon as it comes out.
2 weeks, 1 day ago on Excerpt from Hunting In The Shadows
@Virginstateofmind I posted something close to that on facebook the day of the bombings. I was pissed at everyone posting the "This shouldn't happen here" & "What is the world coming to?" etc etc.
2 weeks, 5 days ago on AQ Iraq Alive and Well
Congrats guys! I think I've been here since the beginning and I've enjoyed every story. I like that you guys allow all the authors to have their own leeway. Much better than all the mainstream media crap.
3 weeks, 2 days ago on 1,000 Posts Into the SOFREP Story
I love Magpul, but I have their normal MBUS on my AR and I'm looking to replace them. I'm just not a fan of them. I will say they are great for their price point though.
3 weeks, 4 days ago on Magpul’s New MBUS Pro!
The flying HUMMVEE idea is cool, but I'm still of the idea that some things need to stay secret. I'm a citizen and I'm still of the opinion that not everything needs to be disclosed and reporters don't need to be given access to everything.
3 weeks, 5 days ago on Navy SEAL Flying HUMVEE
Awesome article! These are the kind I REALLY enjoy reading from everyone around here. Thanks a bunch for opening my eyes to some new research!
1 month ago on The Brothers Kavkaz: Analyzing the Chechen Connection to the Boston Marathon
@N3V3R_SRRNDR Watched my buddy play the DayZ mod. It seems pretty cool. Its a debate to try to run it on my laptop or not.
1 month ago on ArmA2: Combined Operations
@sahaldelta I played it a couple years ago and didn't care for it at all. Was pretty more game play in my opinion.
@triathlete98 Being in Illinois also I think it very much depends on the area of the state you live in. I live in a Rural-ish area and we have 2 school resource officers at the high school in town and 1 SRO that travels to the 6 grade schools (I know that ratio doesn't make sense but it is what it is.) So in certain areas I think having something like this would be easier to implement and other areas would be impossible.
1 month ago on Sheepdogs for Lambs: Meaningful Action in Schools
@FateofDestinee @Barnes I looked at those. There's just something about the little knives I life. I think it has something to do with the fact that no sheeple get scared when you pull it out to cut something.
1 month, 1 week ago on Photo Friday: Benchmade 915 Triage
I've been looking at these for something to leave in the car. I always carry a ZT 0350 or a Case Peanut with me. As tiny as the peanut is I actually love carrying it. You never notice its there until you need it and it cuts much easier than the ZT in my opinion. Looking forward to the full review.
I'm a little unsure how I feel about this whole debacle. On one hand how this turns out really had a potential impact on PMCs I would think. On the other hand he wasn't the brightest when he posted pictures on Facebook or when fighting with questionable forces. I think I'm going to have to wait until more comes out about all this before I decide how I really feel.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on The Shifting Definition of Soldiers and Weapons of Mass Destruction
@N3V3R_SRRNDR Personally I like all the ungodly amount of ribbons they get to wear in all those countries.
1 month, 3 weeks ago on The North Korean Threat
Good write up.
What I've found when people try to bring up the subject with Nork they seem to have very little to no knowledge of the Norths past. You have to think about a lot of different factors here. You still have a new and young leader in the North. You have a new leader in the South, which by the Norks past history they try to flex their muscles every time a new leader appears. Many people also seem to forget that the Korea's have been still technically at war since the 50s so by "declaring a state of war" they kind of pointed out the obvious.
The big problems I see is that with the North having such a young leader he wants to prove himself to his people and as such I see at least one provoking action coming out of this after our "war games" are over around the end of April. The North is also very unpredictable because of the lack of information that comes out of the state. I am however curious how much pull their Generals have over KJU.
Another thing is the Norths Nuclear capability. Whether they have the ability to mount them on missiles or not, it isn't something that you can just wave off.
I used to love these games. There's a set of them out for the Xbox also thats really fun to play as its the old ones just put into a Xbox compatible format. Everything is exactly the same though.
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Tactical Espionage Action: Metal Gear Solid
I watched it Friday night. Thought it was a really good movie!
2 months ago on Olympus Has Fallen Trailer
Wait if there was an attack you mean that the POTUS saying warning Assad didn't stop them? *Shocked face* And not to mention how many times do we have to repeat the same mistake of arming these people before we finally learn that it comes back to bite us? Like seriously, it isn't that hard to understand...
2 months ago on Syria and Chemical Weapons
Maybe it's just my opinion but I have a problem with people still thinking that when we leave Afghanistan everything will be hunky dory. It's a country that can be conquered but not ruled. This drawdown is our way of leaving without our tail stuck between our legs like the Soviets did. Giving them more and more crap is just bad in the long run.
2 months, 1 week ago on General Mattis: Drones to Afghanistan
Excellent write up and I think it leaves us all with much food for thought. I think a lot of things are going to come up in the next few years regarding the UAVs that is going to be worth paying attention to.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Could America’s Drone Policy Come Back and Bite Us?