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#655681 - So Trump supporters are called Alt Right members, right? What …  [+] (6 replies) 11/18/2016 on Moved to /gayretards/ 0
#655717 - anon (11/18/2016) [-]
Working class.. Predominantly white
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#655698 - fizzor (11/18/2016) [-]
Hillary supporters
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#655689 - realnibba (11/18/2016) [-]
trump supporters aren't the "alt right"
it just so happens that a lot of the alt right supports trump
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#655688 - admin (11/18/2016) [-]
clinton dynasty is dead, who cares
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#655693 - JasonMyers (11/18/2016) [-]
It's for a report I have to write.
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#655686 - caet (11/18/2016) [-]
i am center left but i hate Hillary so i voted trump
#24437 - So SKSs are accurate enough at, say, 700 meters?  [+] (2 replies) 11/04/2016 on /guns/ board 0
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#24440 - notred (11/04/2016) [-]
You won't be shooting that far generally. That takes some damn good skill lol.

I'd got for a Winchester 70 or if you want a semi auto then an m14 or m1A

Winchester 70 holds like 5 rounds of .308.

M14 is select fire and m1A is the semi auto only version but they have 20 round mags of .308
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#24439 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
I'm not sure about that. Maybe get a Remington 700 or something
#24435 - It's for a well-rounded survival arsenal. I need something to …  [+] (5 replies) 11/04/2016 on /guns/ board +1
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#24438 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
Just my two cents though. Don't get me wrong, I like mosins but I would not want to carry it around if shtf
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#24436 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
Honestly I'd say an SKS is a better choice. Unless you wanna kill something really big, mosins aren't super great. 7.62x39 will take down just about anything you want and is a lot cheaper than 54r. Plus SKS is a semi which is always nice in case you have to deal with groups
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#24437 - JasonMyers (11/04/2016) [-]
So SKSs are accurate enough at, say, 700 meters?
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#24440 - notred (11/04/2016) [-]
You won't be shooting that far generally. That takes some damn good skill lol.

I'd got for a Winchester 70 or if you want a semi auto then an m14 or m1A

Winchester 70 holds like 5 rounds of .308.

M14 is select fire and m1A is the semi auto only version but they have 20 round mags of .308
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#24439 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
I'm not sure about that. Maybe get a Remington 700 or something
#24430 - Doesn't matter. I was actually thinking about mounting a scope…  [+] (11 replies) 11/04/2016 on /guns/ board 0
#24442 - mrd (11/05/2016) [-]
Nyet
Rifle is fine.
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#24431 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
You could but it's a bit of a waste. Mosins aren't exactly precision instruments
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#24458 - scowler (11/07/2016) [-]
Like you know anything about guns, Speaker...
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#24432 - notred (11/04/2016) [-]
Tbh you wouldn't be hunting at extreme ranges so it wouldn't matter
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#24433 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
He never said it was for hunting. If that's the case, a scope might not even be necessary. I mean sure for hunting though.
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#24435 - JasonMyers (11/04/2016) [-]
It's for a well-rounded survival arsenal. I need something to take people/animals out at range.
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#24438 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
Just my two cents though. Don't get me wrong, I like mosins but I would not want to carry it around if shtf
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#24436 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
Honestly I'd say an SKS is a better choice. Unless you wanna kill something really big, mosins aren't super great. 7.62x39 will take down just about anything you want and is a lot cheaper than 54r. Plus SKS is a semi which is always nice in case you have to deal with groups
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#24437 - JasonMyers (11/04/2016) [-]
So SKSs are accurate enough at, say, 700 meters?
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#24440 - notred (11/04/2016) [-]
You won't be shooting that far generally. That takes some damn good skill lol.

I'd got for a Winchester 70 or if you want a semi auto then an m14 or m1A

Winchester 70 holds like 5 rounds of .308.

M14 is select fire and m1A is the semi auto only version but they have 20 round mags of .308
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#24439 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
I'm not sure about that. Maybe get a Remington 700 or something
#24427 - I'm looking for a scoped rifle, with pretty good accuracy, cha…  [+] (14 replies) 11/04/2016 on /guns/ board 0
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#24444 - thesirofponies (11/05/2016) [-]
Try for a SMLE rifle. You can find a scope, and .303 British is a good enough round
#24429 - notred (11/04/2016) [-]
I'm guessing modern?
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#24430 - JasonMyers (11/04/2016) [-]
Doesn't matter. I was actually thinking about mounting a scope on my M91 Mosin Nagant, since I already have it, but had forgotten about it. It's a valid option, right?
#24442 - mrd (11/05/2016) [-]
Nyet
Rifle is fine.
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#24431 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
You could but it's a bit of a waste. Mosins aren't exactly precision instruments
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#24458 - scowler (11/07/2016) [-]
Like you know anything about guns, Speaker...
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#24432 - notred (11/04/2016) [-]
Tbh you wouldn't be hunting at extreme ranges so it wouldn't matter
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#24433 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
He never said it was for hunting. If that's the case, a scope might not even be necessary. I mean sure for hunting though.
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#24435 - JasonMyers (11/04/2016) [-]
It's for a well-rounded survival arsenal. I need something to take people/animals out at range.
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#24438 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
Just my two cents though. Don't get me wrong, I like mosins but I would not want to carry it around if shtf
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#24436 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
Honestly I'd say an SKS is a better choice. Unless you wanna kill something really big, mosins aren't super great. 7.62x39 will take down just about anything you want and is a lot cheaper than 54r. Plus SKS is a semi which is always nice in case you have to deal with groups
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#24437 - JasonMyers (11/04/2016) [-]
So SKSs are accurate enough at, say, 700 meters?
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#24440 - notred (11/04/2016) [-]
You won't be shooting that far generally. That takes some damn good skill lol.

I'd got for a Winchester 70 or if you want a semi auto then an m14 or m1A

Winchester 70 holds like 5 rounds of .308.

M14 is select fire and m1A is the semi auto only version but they have 20 round mags of .308
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#24439 - unlithe (11/04/2016) [-]
I'm not sure about that. Maybe get a Remington 700 or something
#24280 - Know anything about .300 Win Mag? Is there like a standard rou…  [+] (2 replies) 10/25/2016 on /guns/ board 0
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#24334 - subgunner (10/29/2016) [-]
I had a hunting rifle in 300 win. What do you want to know?
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#24282 - flnonymousseven (10/25/2016) [-]
nope. anything I could tell you would come from google.
#24276 - Anyone know of any somewhat common hunting/military calibers t…  [+] (8 replies) 10/25/2016 on /guns/ board 0
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#24290 - lgninjaleetful (10/26/2016) [-]
6.5 creedmoar is about equalish with .308, but maintains better energy at longer ranges and is much more accurate than .300 win mag even.

im going to be doing a project on a 6.5 creedmoar bolt gun here soon in like 3 months soon with a savage FCP SR into a chassis.
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#24292 - mrd (10/26/2016) [-]
Do you know what the difference between 6.5 Creedmoor and 6.5x55 would be?
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#24295 - lgninjaleetful (10/26/2016) [-]
all i know is that 6.5x55 is stronger

its swiss or something? i know its a type of hunting caliber or something.

But yeah i would recommend looking into it
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#24306 - mrd (10/27/2016) [-]
I got a sporterised Swedish Mauser from my grate grandfather, I have it as my main hunting rifle. I love how 6.5x55 has almost no drop but I don't love paying $50 a box.
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#24278 - flnonymousseven (10/25/2016) [-]
.30-06, .300 win mag and .338 Lapua magnum come to mind
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#24280 - JasonMyers (10/25/2016) [-]
Know anything about .300 Win Mag? Is there like a standard round like FMJ? Or is it all pretty much specialty hunting bullet types?
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#24334 - subgunner (10/29/2016) [-]
I had a hunting rifle in 300 win. What do you want to know?
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#24282 - flnonymousseven (10/25/2016) [-]
nope. anything I could tell you would come from google.
#466535 - What the **** is going on here? What is this? The **** is this…  [+] (2 replies) 10/18/2016 on Moved to /gayretards/ +1
#466547 - botofdoom (10/18/2016) [-]
We prefer the Degeneracy board term
#466537 - jvjpgirl (10/18/2016) [-]
we prefer the Freedom board term
#13321 - One of my friends told me about a different initiative system …  [+] (1 reply) 10/17/2016 on /tabletop/ 0
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#13323 - aejann (10/18/2016) [-]
I'm not sure about other editions, but 5e has a variant rule in the DMG known as "Speed Factor", which I highly recommend if you find combat too predictable or initiative order too exploitable.

How it works is that initiative is rolled every single round after you declare your intended actions for the round, and you get additional bonuses and penalties to your initiative based on the actions you take and the weapons you're using. For example, using a light weapon gives you +2 to your initiative checks, casting a spell gives you a penalty equal to the spell's level, and so on.

I really like it. There are situations where it's easy to abuse the initiative order, like when you know your cleric will heal you before the enemy gets their turn, so you charge in anyway. With Speed Factor, you don't know what the order is, but certain characters will have a better chance of going earlier than others.

The downside of Speed Factor is it slows down play. An extra set of rolls each round can make combat take a long time, especially if you have a large group. It's best to have each player keep track of their own initiative, and simply count down the initiative slots. ("Did anyone get 20 or above...? 19... 18... 17..."), but it still feels slower than normal initiative.