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It is November 1240 AD in Kiev. Mongols will be upon the city in two weeks. You and 40 /k/ommrades are tasked with countering, and rolling the invaders back to Beijing. You have at your disposal all the supplies, vehicles, fuel, weaponry, ammunition, equipment etc. that can be carried on one C-5 Galaxy. How would you equip your soldiers and how would you fight? No nuclear/chemical/biological weapons.
And you may not assassinate Genghis Khan (that's cheating)
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/k/ approve games?
Story, believability, but most importantly authentic firearm representation
I'm a gunsmith and teach firearm saftey and defense course. Many of my customers and clients want their guns to be customized to fuction or look like firearms from videogames they have played, or were inspired by video games to go through some formal training
I tried playing some of these popular videogames, and holy fuck they are absolute shit
tried COD: modern warfare and Far Cry and i threw up and couldn't continue playing these games due to the absolute shit representation of firearms they show.
I've used to play some old school FPS games, such as counter strike 1.6, Half life and Doom, only ever played them for the casual reasons, but things like the charging handles being on the wrong side of the gun or whatever always bugged me
anyway, to cut to chase, recommend me something modern that portrays firearms authentically.
I recently built a new machine which is why i am interested
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>For examples of M855 ineffectiveness, you can look at some of the live fire accidents that have occurred. One notable incident occurred in 1991, when then Lieutenant Colonel David H. Petraeus was shot in the chest by an M855 round from an M249 squad automatic weapon. He walked out of the hospital several days after the accident. Had the round performed optimally, he likely would have been
>The author witnessed a soldier shot in the shoulder from a distance of 75 meters during a night live fire exercise and the soldier was walking around smoking a cigarette twenty minutes after the accident. A soldier in the author’s battalion had a negligent discharge with an M249 squad automatic weapon, during the initial invasion of Iraq in 2003, in a closed space of a building. Poorly instructed, he
disassembled the weapon before unloading it and the weapon fired at the cyclic rate, firing approximately 100 rounds. From a distance of three meters, four soldiers where hit in the extremities and none sustained
life threatening wounds.
>it's ok, only 5.56