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Akessel92

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  1. No it may not be a good week for Biden but his allies are in damage control. Even going so far as to suspend Whitehouse Press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany’s twitter account for posting the article and only reactivating it if she deleted the tweet and kept others from posting under the guise of posting leaked info regardless of it being lawfully obtained.
  2. In the DC universe yes. Also, in the Flash TV series too. An evil flash from an Alternate universe named Zoom stole the speed of other Flashes. Comic wise... I believe so, note I haven’t read the DC comics as I don’t know where to start on the old comics and the new series has like with most mainstream geek media has had the SocJus rot set in.
  3. Personally I would recommend pre-SGW content along with the early Sonic universe issues. I need to look into what issues again as it has been awhile.
  4. Yup. So were networks of animation and anime too. But now they show a bias.
  5. Well I’m curious what will this survey will entail?
  6. Now this is a prime example of the desperation the Nazi German military was in in the waning months of the war. German arms manufacturers made equipment like the Volkssturmgewehr assault rifle, the MP-3008 and simplified versions of Mauser 98 rifle made by Mauser, Walther, and Steyr. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/MP_3008#/media/File%3AMP_3008_Sub_Machine_Gun.jpg https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkssturmgewehr A lot of these weapons are crudely made and of poor quality throwing quality and Over-engineering the traits of German weapon manufacturing standard. tho
  7. For accounting steps to load and reload black powder, it was often drilled into those who used them. First primer or percussion cap, next load barrel with powder, ram with the rod down wadding so the powder is sealed in the barrel, then load the ball in with the rod, take rod out, aim and fire. it was quite difficult to clean and maintain as you didn’t clean them with what we have today. They used brushes made with wood and animal hair. Shooting i don’t think was the difficult part, shooting accurately was the problem.
  8. Hmmm... a turtle friend of Sonic with metal and cybernetic parts... Tommy?
  9. Vladivostok isn’t just some city. It’s the Headquarters of the Russian Pacific Fleet.
  10. Happy birthday RedAuthar

  11. https://youtu.be/pSImzrDAKC4
  12. Ah yes. The German Vampir sight was quite the interesting device. The infantry device required a thirty pound battery pack to power the device. There were other devices for the use on machine guns and an upscale device for use by panther tanks and a 60cm spotlight slapped onto a hanomag sdkfz 251 half track which allowed both infantry and tanks to work in tandem in night attacks. The soldiers that used these devices were called Nachtjaegars or night hunters. The vampir infrared sights appeared in use late in the war and were sparingly amongst the Wehrmacht but the bulk would be in the hand
  13. Indeed. speaking of UAVs, how about the granddaddy of them. the TDN-1. A pilotless aircraft having the ability to carry 2,000 lb bombs or a torpedo. However, it would be relegated to second line service and be used as a flying target aircraft for pilot training.
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