Skip to comments.Dumb Chechans very DUMB Body Armor Test with an AK47 Round He Missed!!)
Posted on 05/25/2013 11:25:07 PM PDT by cunning_fish
Guns and idiots.
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wonder if they have line of duty investigation?
It takes a village idiot!
That is a dumb man
Holt my wodka, comrade!
I’m guessing that being from Chechnya that these are Muslims. My experience with Muslims started when Carter was president. Poor Carter never understood that he was essentially dealing with adult children. No logical thought. No consideration of the consequences of anything they did.
These men were testing a vest against a bullet that can cut through a telephone pole. Suppose it hit the vest. The impact alone might kill the man, even if it didn’t penetrate. Then, they were standing in front of a house. Presumably they didn’t want a hole in the house. And, it never occurred to them that the shooter might miss. Even a good shooter wouldn’t want to participate in a test like this. What if the vest failed? None of these thoughts circulated for a moment in their brains. It’s astonishing they lived to their present age.
Perhaps this inability for logical thought starts with the teachings of Islam. You’re going to get 72 virgins when you die. (Why 72? Is there a theological reason?) But sex is for the corporeal. When half your penis is in Haifa and the other half was gobbled down by a passing dog, what are you going to do with these 72 virgins? Perhaps, “Hey, do any of you ladies play Parcheesi?”
Too bad he didn’t miss low
Don’t think the shooter even bothered to aim. Just pointed in the general direction, somehow expecting to hit a 6” square - and of course missed.
Spray and pray doctrine:) Bullets are guided...by Allah.
They should keep getting volunteers until they get it right and once they are satisfied with AK rounds move up to .308 and .50
Maybe next time!
Rocket Scientists indeed!
Jackass the movie.......... chechan style.
Good thing he missed or the guy’d be dead!
News: Marines train to guard ammunition supply point with shotguns
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Marines train to guard ammunition supply point with shotguns Lance Cpl. Sullivan Laramie
A service member attached to Combat Logistics Battalion 6, 2nd Marine Logistics Group reviews his shots on a target during a shotgun qualification aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., May 22, 2013. The Marines trained to use M-1014 Joint Service Combat Shotguns to defend ammunition supply points on future deployments.
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - More than 50 Marines attached to Combat Logistics Battalion 6, 2nd Marine Logistics Group qualified with M-1014 Joint Service Combat Shotguns here, May 22.
Although many of the service members came from different units, they have the same mission: protect Marine Corps munitions.
Marines who guard ammunition have to use shotguns, said Staff Sgt. Joseph J. Giacomelli, an ammunition technician with Ammunition Company, 2nd Supply Battalion, 2nd MLG and the primary marksman instructor for the event. The low velocity of the [shotgun rounds] wont detonate ammunition if it hits it. [High-speed projectiles] from rifles can set off the explosives, and we wouldnt want that.
Presumably there is a sternly worded warning sign to prevent the jihadis from using high speed projectiles while they are attacking?
Appears to be AK-74 similar to .223 /5.56.
If the mope was hit with a AK-47 - 7.62 type it would have torn his arm off.
There was no recoil and it didn’t sound like an AK 47. It almost sounded like a 22.
Most likely an earlier 5.45 AK-74 with RPK 45-round mag. Thus folding stock is much like VDV version of older 7.62 AKM, but I think it is some kind of redneck “upgrade”.
Hold muh vodka and watch this.
“No sentient creatures were harmed in this test. In fact, none were involved, at all”. :)
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