artbooksnat:

Sword Art Online II (ソードアート・オンライン II) gun designs by self-proclaimed “gun geek” and firearms animation director Aoki Yuu (青木悠).
artbooksnat:

Sword Art Online II (ソードアート・オンライン II) gun designs by self-proclaimed “gun geek” and firearms animation director Aoki Yuu (青木悠).
artbooksnat:

Sword Art Online II (ソードアート・オンライン II) gun designs by self-proclaimed “gun geek” and firearms animation director Aoki Yuu (青木悠).
artbooksnat:

Sword Art Online II (ソードアート・オンライン II) gun designs by self-proclaimed “gun geek” and firearms animation director Aoki Yuu (青木悠).
artbooksnat:

Sword Art Online II (ソードアート・オンライン II) gun designs by self-proclaimed “gun geek” and firearms animation director Aoki Yuu (青木悠).

artbooksnat:

Sword Art Online II (ソードアート・オンライン II) gun designs by self-proclaimed “gun geek” and firearms animation director Aoki Yuu (青木悠).

maromaro613:

Finally happened.

maromaro613:

Finally happened.

(Source: shrugging)

(Source: kawakji)

bearzard:

SIX POUNDS bearzard:

SIX POUNDS

bearzard:

SIX POUNDS

bearzard:

An XM177 with an m203 and carbine length heat shield to celebrate 203 followers. 

mintsmintsmints:

Weapon instruction with Sgt Mints

mintsmintsmints:

price of ammo not included, no firearms are provided, t-shirts also on sale for $50 + free four hour tactical operating DVD video

45-70govt:

Как я провел етим летом

cumsoline:

Truly the pinnacle of Gunblr aesthetic.

operatorsgonnaoperate:

Rhodesians and their use of the Alouette III.
The Aerospatiale Alouette III was initially designed as a Light Utility helicopter by the French Military. With a crew of two, and seating for five additional passengers, the Rhodesians had seen this helicopter as a workhorse aircraft that would be used to provide CAS, Aerial Observation, and MEDEVAC, while also doubling as mobile command posts. They would fit these aircraft into their venerable “Fire Force” roles, where Alouette III’s from the No. 7 Squadron would drop in RLI fire teams before guiding them to their targets when airborne again, often providing CAS during their orbits around the AO. operatorsgonnaoperate:

Rhodesians and their use of the Alouette III.
The Aerospatiale Alouette III was initially designed as a Light Utility helicopter by the French Military. With a crew of two, and seating for five additional passengers, the Rhodesians had seen this helicopter as a workhorse aircraft that would be used to provide CAS, Aerial Observation, and MEDEVAC, while also doubling as mobile command posts. They would fit these aircraft into their venerable “Fire Force” roles, where Alouette III’s from the No. 7 Squadron would drop in RLI fire teams before guiding them to their targets when airborne again, often providing CAS during their orbits around the AO. operatorsgonnaoperate:

Rhodesians and their use of the Alouette III.
The Aerospatiale Alouette III was initially designed as a Light Utility helicopter by the French Military. With a crew of two, and seating for five additional passengers, the Rhodesians had seen this helicopter as a workhorse aircraft that would be used to provide CAS, Aerial Observation, and MEDEVAC, while also doubling as mobile command posts. They would fit these aircraft into their venerable “Fire Force” roles, where Alouette III’s from the No. 7 Squadron would drop in RLI fire teams before guiding them to their targets when airborne again, often providing CAS during their orbits around the AO. operatorsgonnaoperate:

Rhodesians and their use of the Alouette III.
The Aerospatiale Alouette III was initially designed as a Light Utility helicopter by the French Military. With a crew of two, and seating for five additional passengers, the Rhodesians had seen this helicopter as a workhorse aircraft that would be used to provide CAS, Aerial Observation, and MEDEVAC, while also doubling as mobile command posts. They would fit these aircraft into their venerable “Fire Force” roles, where Alouette III’s from the No. 7 Squadron would drop in RLI fire teams before guiding them to their targets when airborne again, often providing CAS during their orbits around the AO. operatorsgonnaoperate:

Rhodesians and their use of the Alouette III.
The Aerospatiale Alouette III was initially designed as a Light Utility helicopter by the French Military. With a crew of two, and seating for five additional passengers, the Rhodesians had seen this helicopter as a workhorse aircraft that would be used to provide CAS, Aerial Observation, and MEDEVAC, while also doubling as mobile command posts. They would fit these aircraft into their venerable “Fire Force” roles, where Alouette III’s from the No. 7 Squadron would drop in RLI fire teams before guiding them to their targets when airborne again, often providing CAS during their orbits around the AO.

operatorsgonnaoperate:

Rhodesians and their use of the Alouette III.

The Aerospatiale Alouette III was initially designed as a Light Utility helicopter by the French Military. With a crew of two, and seating for five additional passengers, the Rhodesians had seen this helicopter as a workhorse aircraft that would be used to provide CAS, Aerial Observation, and MEDEVAC, while also doubling as mobile command posts. They would fit these aircraft into their venerable “Fire Force” roles, where Alouette III’s from the No. 7 Squadron would drop in RLI fire teams before guiding them to their targets when airborne again, often providing CAS during their orbits around the AO.

fnhfal:

Pro Russian rebel  fnhfal:

Pro Russian rebel  fnhfal:

Pro Russian rebel  fnhfal:

Pro Russian rebel 

fnhfal:

Pro Russian rebel 

fnhfal:

Iraq - 2014 fnhfal:

Iraq - 2014 fnhfal:

Iraq - 2014 fnhfal:

Iraq - 2014 fnhfal:

Iraq - 2014

fnhfal:

Iraq - 2014

militaryarmament:

Brazilian Air Force Special Forces.

gunrunnerhell:

CA89K

Made by Coharie Arms, who have since gone out of business, the CA89K is a U.S made clone of the HK SP89. It falls under the classification of a handgun so this example has one of the SIG SB15 Stabilizing Braces. The clones made by Coharie Arms may be much cheaper than a real HK but they were very rarely without issues and often required buying real HK parts to get them to work. (GRH)