We're like 11 threads in so you all get the gist of it.
Aesthetic Bird died for our sins.
A fucking pistol RPG this is some next level shit.
thanks for making the thread while i was asleep my duders
however im going to curse your thread now with the original P90 prototypes:
First one looks like a Olympic pistol, second like a powertool
Oh hey, another gun with a front button charging handle.
This'll teach those damn goths not to raid our villages!
Just goes to show that magic is just physics misunderstood by filthy barbarians.
Greek Fire must've been crazy terrifying for opposing armies.
Imagine if someone went back in time to introduce napalm
Literally what greek fire is though. Burning shit that sticks.
but those filthy barbs did invent cannons
cannons that fired 1000lb balls through walls
I'm guessing the "Justitie" is for the Dutch Ministry of Justice? Strikes me as a funny way of abbreviating, would be like marking FBI jackets "Investigation"
'Justitie' is often used to refer to the government services that are tasked with enforcing the law, the ministry in general, but also the judiciary sometimes. It's not really a formal abbreviation, though I guess they do issue vests with 'justitie' on them.
Justitie is pretty specific for the Dutch ministry of Justice. The regular word for justice would be "Gerechtigheid"
That's pretty sloppy. You shouldn't have a gun only inches from the hands of a dangerous suspect.
Didn't they bring in an outside contractor to supervise casting? One who, in fact, had been turned away by the Byzantines because they were flat broke?
I think I remember reading something about that years ago.
na they were cast in like Iraq and then hauled the thousand and change miles, its absolutely a story that should be better taught as it was such a massive leap in technology that came out of nowhere. like bringing a b52 to ww1
They had him under control tho? Like, he could try and grip it but this isn't a John Wick movie so his reflexes would probably not be that fast in comparison to that of the officers.
Doesn't need to be. They just need to have a momentary lapse and someone could be killed. Soldiers and police are normally trained to sling weapons over their back just for that reason when handling prisoners.
Sure, but the odds of that guy actually managing to do something are sublime. The few times I've arrested someone they're generally scared shitless. Once realization and the fight-or-flight mode kicks in you'll immediately know if a suspect is going to resist or not.
Had he been a threat he would be lying facedown into the ground.
Now stop being an armchair tactician.
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