10 () posted 72 days ago by Zap_Powerz 72 days ago by Zap_Powerz +10 / -0 11 comments share 11 comments share save hide report block hide replies
The AR15 with the grenade launch option makes the best high school backpack concealed weapon choice. Lightweight, versatile, it is home anywhere including school cafeterias. Note to all SSRI users: your locker is the first place they'll look.
-- Uncle Jerry
Ah, the Assaulting Rifle Mark 15!
Alas, we can't get the AR-15 too easily here, because we've already got 5.56 rifle at home. 5.56 rifle at home is an FNC. They're apparently belgian but you can get the Indonesian ones and totally larp that you're a drug smuggler.
Bang! Bang! Wow. Wow.
Now what I can say from my own experiences larping as a drug smuggler - that is, tactically operating in the bush (and maybe smuggling some drugs or something) is that those M855A1 rounds are basically low-yield tactical nuclear weapons and were no-doubt designed for defeating entire armoured coloums or massed infantry formations.
Fun fact: used to be another island about the size of madagascar off the west coast of africa, but my mate shot it with one of those mil-spec 9mm +P+ rounds and it immediately cracked in twain and slid beneath the waves never to be seen again.
It's absolutely, absolutely irresponsible for governments to allow ordinary and potentially untrained civilians access to such weapons of mass annihilation. They'd probably try to do something about it, but they know there's a fella out there handloading .22 magnums who could easily buckle the continental plate with a single pull of the trigger, and they're rightly afraid.
The only thing that can save you from a gun, is a gun. This is why no matter how you feel about guns, you need guns. This post isn't sponsored by PT Pindad, but it totally could be.
Do people not get that this was a hoax?
Really, I was just a little shocked that (and yes, I know the bar is very low) the anons on 4chan were addressing it as if it was in any way real.
I suppose it's just another example of a principle at work I see time and again: "They" don't necessarily need to convince you of any particular falsehood, but only need do enough to keep you from the truth.
As weak-ass fakery as Uvalde was, Mission Accomplished!
"People" don't 'get' anything unless they're told.
My sassiest sentence ever, but you get my meaning.