Small girl needs personal defense gun
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Here's the situation: I'm 4'10, and my neighborhood is going downhill fast. I had a break in last week, cops didn't even answer my 911 call, and I'm going to have wait another week for the evidence team to get out here. I still have a few months left on my lease, so I can't move away.
I've seen some people looking at me like I'm an easy target, and I am not going to be stuck waiting for 911 to pick up. Problem is that I'm only 80 pounds and can't seem to find a gun that will fit into my hands that won't blow me over, and secondly that some of these retards are so fat that 12 inches penetration won't make it to their heart. They also have guns (mostly like pic related) so I can't just walk away if they try something. Lastly, I'm in California so I can't get a gun easily, but my county hands out CCW permits easily, so I do have that at least.
Basically, I'm looking for a CA legal gun that can take down larger invaders without breaking my arms. Budget is $500, maybe a little more if there's something really good just out of that price range.
New Chinese Type-96B tank just broke down at «Tank biathlon» competition
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An indigenously built Chinese Type-96B battle tank (a new tank in the Type-96 family) just broke down on the «Tank biathlon» competition at Alabino training field in Russia.
The Type-96B (also named ZTZ-96B) main battle tank unfortunately for the Chinese military, one just broke down on the «Tank biathlon» mechanized military sports competition developed by the Russian Military.
After passing through the obstacles the Chinese tank lost track support rollers (item tracks, which is a mobile support for the tank). Chinese team quickly replaced the vehicle with the spare, but because of this is one penalty was accrued.
The PLA sent several Type-96B tanks to take part in the tank competition, the most watched part of the Russia-hosted International Army Games.
“The Type-96B is the strongest variant of the Type-96 family and is truly an advanced, third-generation main battle tank,” Gao Zhuo, a Shanghai-based military analyst, told state-controlled China Daily newspaper.