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Female Tank Crews Hold Live-Fire Drills Near Moscow (Video)

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Female Tank Crews Hold Live-Fire Drills Near Moscow (Video)

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Female tank crews of the Kantemirovsk division of the Russian Western Military District conducted live-fire drills near Moscow. The drills involved T-80U battle tanks that used their 125mm smooth-bore guns to fire at positions of the conditional enemy (the reported distance: 1200-2000m). Large-caliber 12.7mm NSVT machine guns were employed to shell targets at a distance of 600-1200m.

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johnny rotten

These girls when their day comes will tear apart the strange-gender invaders, no doubt about it.

RichardD

That’s impressive how they can fire on the move like that. Assuming that they’re hitting targets.

Jim Allen

They’re hitting their targets.

RichardD

I looked up the T80 on Wikipedia. It says that tube launched guided missiles can be fired on the move with an 80% accuracy rate. But it didn’t say anything about conventional tank rounds being able to be fired on the move accurately. I looked at other articles but couldn’t find anything that said that a T80 could fire conventional tank rounds on the move accurately.

Jim Allen

Can you say, “infinitely upgradable” ?
Kind of like how an S-200 can shoot down
F-16’s, get a strike on an F-35, and knock down most, or all of IAF’s incessant incoming missile attacks consistantly.

RichardD

I’ve placed an initial order for an AR-15 build in 350 legend for ET contact work. Which is a straight walled 9 x 45 hunting cartridge with a .223/5.56 base. That can load the same number of rounds in a magazine.
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Icarus Tanović

Looks that that in the middle is military grade. Right one ia for hunting, and it is forbiden by the Geneva convention. But in America is legal to have them. That one won’t penetrate 500 vest, but that in the middle will.
Lawmakers doesn’t care abou civilians, it is only important that they can not do police vests.

RichardD

It’s primarily for Bigfoot and whatever else that I might run into. With 25% of the recoil of a 12 gauge slug gun. You can lay down a lot of rounds on target quickly.

Icarus Tanović

Is that gun semi, so you saying it can lay down lot of roundson target?
What is that gun?
I bet some super expensive Browning.

RichardD

An AR-15 is the semi auto civilian version of the military select fire full auto M-16, M-4. The base model is a 16 inch barrel with an extendable stock with a check riser on sale for $200.00 off at $799.00. Before having a take down coupling installed so that it can be carried concealed in a back pack and creacoating for improved corrosion resistance.
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Icarus Tanović

I know him. Remember he tested Deagle .50 ae, two guns at a same time.
What is this replacing the barrel? It can’t affect ammunition because chamber stays same, and you say your is 9x45mm, well M16 are 5.45x45mm.
And I don’t get why they call this rifle ar15, it is m16.

RichardD

I’m in Washington. I don’t hunt. I’m not against it, I just don’t have time now. AR-15 is just the name for the civilian semi auto version. M16s are restricted, AR-15s aren’t.

RichardD

I’m planning to run hard cast lead or solid flat nose copper or brass penetration rounds for dangerous game applications. The rifle is designed for large deer and antelope up to 300 pounds out to 200 to 250 yards. But loaded with dangerous game bullets combined with semi auto and high capacity magazines is capable of handling much larger lifeforms at closer range.

These are the bullets in the above image:

Winchester’s initial .350 Legend factory ammunition offerings include (from left) a 145-grain FMJ, a 150-grain Deer Season XP, and a 180-grain Power-Point.

– Winchester .350 Legend Ammo Review –

https://www.shootingtimes.com/editorial/winchester-350-legend-ammo-review/370877

This is the black tip round in the middle. It’s a ballistic tip expanding bullet designed for good aerodynamics to improve velocity and energy retention and expansion capabilities at longer ranges.

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– DEER SEASON XP –

https://winchester.com/Products/Ammunition/Rifle/Deer-Season-XP

Icarus Tanović

Okay, thats polymer, not steel ap round. Try out Mauser, known as M-48 rifle, bolt action chambered with Mauser 8×57 mm. Up to 400 to 500 meters it’s unstoppable with say scope on it. Take down any big dangerous game of USA, such are bison, them aligators, grizly bears, black bears, pumas, you name it.
I used to have those with sharp nose high velocity ap.
Post some pictures of your games.

RichardD

I have two .30-06, 7.62 x 63, very similar to the Mauser. One bolt action and one semi auto set up for spec ops work.

Yes 8 x 57 an effective and versatile caliber. I just want something small and light with good power that I can stow in a backpack until I need it. A large rifle might scare away the ETs. My objective is a meet and greet, not a conflict. Unfortunately I’ve had some negative experiences with bad ones. So I want to be able to deal with them on an as needed basis.

Icarus Tanović

So that’s basically a Winchester magnum. Nice, but not great. Mauser is far better.
Get some Magnum revolvers too, because they’re very good at taking down group of zombies.
As for ets those pew-pew lasers-phasers 220 watts are perfect.
Not sure about yeti and big foot. I think .44s can do the trick.
Washington, Oregon, Wyoming and Arizona, one of the best states.
Cheers.

Jim Allen

Useless. Ammo supply is a real problem, after the the fact its an AR-15.
Nice round though, for a Model 7.
But then there’s .243, and .22/250. Or, .308 if you’re serious.

RichardD

There isn’t any commercially available 350 Legend hard cast lead or flat nose solid copper dangerous game penetration rounds being commercially manufactured that I’m aware of at this time. Which is what I’m planning on running for bigfoot protection. So until Buffalo Bore, Underwood, Double Tap or someone else start making it. I’ll have to buy some from a custom loader to spec or buy loading equipment to do it myself. .308 is a heavier rifle to carry with higher recoil. I have a .30-06 with armor piercing and big game ammunition and a 12 gauge pump with a recoil suspension stock and Brenneke brown bear slugs if I need that type of fire power.

I’m looking for something light with a take down coupling that I can carry concealed in a pack to present a diplomatic appearance to contact lifeforms without jeopardizing security. If I’m going to go with a heavier AR-10 .308/7.62 rather than a lighter AR-15 .223/5.56 platform. It will be another big bore round like the 45 Raptor. Which has equivalent ballistics to a 45/70 that with the right ammunition you can hunt elephants with. Which you’re not going to do with a .308. Bigfoot are in the bear range. The 350 should handle them at close range with the right ammo. I’m not hunting them. I just don’t want to get injured, killed or abducted. I don’t even want to get in a conflict with them. But I’m not sure what I’m dealing with and want to be prepared to to defend myself and others if necessary.

A five to 10 round burst or mag dump with hardcast lead or solid copper flat nose from a 350 is likely to stop a charging grizzly.

https://youtu.be/DB7L4i10iDc

Jim Allen

Inside US I’d go with a Ruger mini-14 in
5.56 NATO. Semi-auto, there’s no point in blazing away on full auto, when the likelihood of hitting anything is below zero.
Semi-auto is plenty fast enough when it’s necessary.
Supply of ammo will be the issue, and there’s one consistent source if/when shit goes wrong. The last thing one wants to do, is run out in the middle of a defensive action.
Alone isn’t a great idea. Backup is essential, and everyone must sleep. (rest)

RichardD

.223/5.56 wouldn’t be my first choice against something as large as a bigfoot. You wouldn’t normally use that caliber against deer, let alone bear. It doesn’t have the depth of penetration to reach vital organs on a large creature.

I haven’t brought people with me up to this point. And those that I’ve talked with about going have been reluctant to go into the remote high activity areas at night where I run ops.

I’ve started bring two way satcom equipment with me. Who the emergency response center would send on an SOS call would depend on the circumstances and evidence that I send them. It would probably be forest service, county sheriff or US military.

Icarus Tanović

Why don’t you Americans speak European languages, for example instead of that funny measurements say 5.65x45mm, so everyone can understand what are you talking about.

Jim Allen

What does this have to do with the price of 1940 Ford’s in China ?

Icarus Tanović

No, but it has to do with Peter builth and Mack truck transport capacity from 1949.

Icarus Tanović

Models driving tanks, and shoting straight to target.

Albert Pike

The gender confused Yanks might not cherish the Russian effort to kill them by beauty…

Assad must stay

i saw this on youtube it was epic!!!!

Colleen Crouse

Vanadium? Today? Wow.

Tommy Jensen

So who is taking care of the family and the home?

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