Ich Will - Rammstein
I normally don’t post music videos or even music on this blog, but had forgotten how good this video was and it is somewhat gun related.
Performers acting as civilians scuffle with performers wearing World War Two Soviet Red Army uniforms during a re-enactment of the 1945 battle of Berlin as part of the 7. Biennale in Berlin, on April 29, 2012. (Reuters/Thomas Peter)
As of this morning the H&K USC has been removed from the dealer price sheet, a followup confirmed with H&K that it is discontinued. As of this post date, it is still listed on the website.Â H&K has not confirmed yet if the weapon was discontinued in Germany, or is just no longer imported by H&K&
damn it HK, why do you hate your customers so much?
Aftermarket custom-made firing replica of the German-made World War 2 assault rifle, the Fallschirmjagergewehr-42, otherwise known as FG42. I want one of these so bad, but they start at around $4k :c
in Germany, living in an un-gated community really bothers me. I am an American Soldier living in a foreign country in a neighborhood that isn’t gated in and isn’t protected by guards is really starting to bother me. Europe has incredibly strict gun laws. You basically can’t own a firearm unless…
man that sucks
Do they let you carry on base?
It’s still sorta in the infant stage, but if this is something you are interested in check it out.
The Austrian(Österreicher) MP-34(Maschinenpistole 34) such a lovely firearm.
Classic G3… (Most main battle rifles have had a mix of wood and polymer furniture. The FAL, the M14 and the G3 are the most recognizable main battle rifles out there. I like these rifles with wood but hate that they can get damaged or chipped easily; especially when you put in a lot of time refinishing it.)
I have such a hard time telling the difference between the G3 and the CETME, I know the CETME came first and that they were designed by the same guy(Ludwig Vorgrimler). But other than that I can’t tell what the difference is.
The Volkssturmgewehr 1-5, made as a cheap people’s weapon for use by the last-ditch Volkssturm militia. Made with a rough finish and quality not even a Russian could love, it was chambered in 7.92X33 Kurz and semi-automatic only since ammunition stockpiles were dangerously low for the Nazis.
I know the last guy translated Volk as Folk(which is accurate) but for a more concise English translation, I would translate it as “One people, one empire, one drink. Coke is it”
One folk, one empire, one drink…coke it is