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Velocity Tactics .45 ACP

Rather interesting looking ammo. I’m curious how well it performs compared to your more common hollow point options. The company’s description below.

Featuring a proprietary synthetic nose, the round behaves like conventional .45ACP ammo in the air, maintaining effective velocity and stunning accuracy. Upon impact, the synthetic nose has been designed to separate from the copper base, creating a dynamic transformation into a wadcutter. The wadcutter base punches a straight path, inflicting maximum damage along the way.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Not Talk to Police

REASON #1:
Talking to the police CANNOT help you.

REASON #2:
Even if you’re guilty, and you want to confess you still shouldn’t talk to the police.

REASON #3:
Even if you are innocent, it’s easy to tell some little white lie in the course of a statement.

REASON #4:
Even if you are innocent, and you only tell the truth, and you don’t tell any lies, it’s possible to give the police some detail of information that can be used to convict you.

REASON #5:
Even if you were innocent, and you only tell the truth, and you don’t tell any lies, and you don’t give the police any information that can be used against you to prove motive or opportunity, you still should not talk to the police because the possibility that the police might not recall your statement with 100% accuracy.

REASON #6:
Even if you’re innocent, and you only tell the truth, and your entire statement is videotaped so that the police don’t have to rely on their memory, an innocent person can still make some innocent assumption about a fact or state some detail about the case they overheard on the way to the police station, and the police will assume that they only way the suspect could have known that fact or that detail was if he was, in fact, guilty.

REASON #7:
Even if you’re innocent, and you only tell the truth in your statement, and you give the police no information that can be used against you, and the whole statement is videotaped, a suspect’s answers can still be used against him if the police (through no fault of their own) have any evidence that any of the suspect’s statements are false (even if they are really true).

REASON #8:
The police do not have authority to make deals or grant a suspect leniency in exchange for getting as statement.

REASON #9:
Even if a suspect is guilty, and wants to confess, there may be mitigating factors which justify a lesser charge.

REASON #10:
Even for a completely honest and innocent person, it is difficult to tell the same story twice in exactly the same way.

source: http://stuffstonerslike.com/2014/09/26/top-ten-reasons-talk-cops/

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Future Noir: Ghost Gunner - open source programmable plug and play gun

Welcome to 2014.

Ghost Gunner is a non-profit open source hardware effort by Defense Distributed. Ghost Gunner builds on the open source community’s existing hard work, including the gshield 3 axis motion hardware, the grbl g-code parser and motion controller, and the legendary Arduino microcontroller. All GhostGunner schematics and design files will be published into the public domain. Defense Distributed decided to build our own machine from the ground up. We found existing CNC machines too expensive, too DIY, or too inaccurate to manufacture firearms for the casual user. By miniaturizing the build envelope to just large enough to mill common firearm receivers, we were able to improve rigidity, reduce material cost and simultaneously relax some design limits, allowing us to sell an inexpensive machine with more than enough accuracy to manufacture firearms.

What is Ghost Gunner?

Ghost Gunner is a miniature CNC machine designed to automatically manufacture publicy created designs with nearly zero user interaction. No prior CNC knowledge or experience is required to manufacture from design files. Defense Distributed’s first design is the venerable AR-15 lower receiver. Ghost Gunner automatically finds and aligns your 80% lower receiver to the machine, with simple installation instructions, point and click software and all required tools. Just follow a few simple instructions to mount your 80% lower receiver, tighten a couple screws (with simple tools we provide), and on day one, Ghost Gunner can help you legally manufacture unserialized firearms in the comfort of your own home.

As shipped, Ghost Gunner can manufacture any mil-spec 80% AR-15 lower receiver that already has the rear take down well milled out. Lowers with non-mil-spec trigger guards that are otherwise mil-spec are also compatible. Defense Distributed recommends using the 7075 Ares Armor Raw 80% Lower AR-15 Billet, available for purchase here.

[Ghost Gunner] [via thjaymo]

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Replica Props Forum (RPF) user Talaaya built the Varia suit from Metroid Prime 3 by 3D printing many of the pieces.

Talaaya spent several months working on the project and initially planned to make the armor using the pepakura method. Pepakura is essentially fancy and sturdy paper craft, and as you can imagine, folding the paper into place is incredibly time consuming. It’s also not precise. Luckily friend Matt Serle bought a couple of 3D printers – specifically the ZPrinter 450.

She only had to pay for materials but estimates that still cost around $1,200 just for that. Still worth it since there’s nothing like the accuracy you get from a 3D printer. Matt spent hundreds of hours on the project. That’s only the beginning of the build though. Talaaya documented the entire process at RPF and at Reddit. She only 3D printed the helmet, shoulders, chest, arm cannon, and forearm armor pieces. The rest of the suit was made from craft foam and covered in Worbla. She used a magical combination of Bondo, gesso, and Apoxie sculpt to coat the Worbla and smooth it out before adding paint. x

I’m not gonna lie. This is a badass project.

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PC TENNO REINFORCEMENTS
Tiberon Rifle and Slipstream and Enigma Helmets

TIBERON RIFLE
Strike down targets with swift precision with the Tiberon Rifle! Forged by a master gunsmith, this Tenno burst rifle will give you the speed and accuracy you need to take the upper hand.

SLIPSTREAM AND ENIGMA HELMETS
Give Nova and Loki a new look with the new Slipstream and Enigma Helmets.

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Manufacture Your Own AR-15 at Home With Defense Distributed’s ‘Ghost Gunner’

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Ghost Gunner is a non-profit open source hardware effort by Defense Distributed. Ghost Gunner builds on the open source community’s existing hard work, including the gshield 3 axis motion hardware, the grbl g-code parser and motion controller, and the legendary Arduino microcontroller. All GhostGunner schematics and design files will be published into the public domain. Defense Distributed decided to build our own machine from the ground up. We found existing CNC machines too expensive, too DIY, or too inaccurate to manufacture firearms for the casual user. By miniaturizing the build envelope to just large enough to mill common firearm receivers, we were able to improve rigidity, reduce material cost and simultaneously relax some design limits, allowing us to sell an inexpensive machine with more than enough accuracy to manufacture firearms.

Ghost Gunner has undergone several design revisions to reduce machine chatter, backlash, and jitter, all with the goal of keeping total design cost low. Rather than using plastic, wood, or even an aluminum frame, Ghost Gunner is constructed with maximally rigid plasma-cut A36 steel and 304 stainless steel. In addition, the machine part count is greatly reduced compared to a traditional CNC, which both increases rigidity and further decreases cost. The end result is a small, cheap, and simple machine that exceeds most consumer-priced CNC machine specifications.

What is Ghost Gunner

Ghost Gunner is a miniature CNC machine designed to automatically manufacture publicy created designs with nearly zero user interaction. No prior CNC knowledge or experience is required to manufacture from design files. Defense Distributed’s first design is the venerable AR-15 lower receiver. Ghost Gunner automatically finds and aligns your 80% lower receiver to the machine, with simple installation instructions, point and click software and all required tools. Just follow a few simple instructions to mount your 80% lower receiver, tighten a couple screws (with simple tools we provide), and on day one, Ghost Gunner can help you legally manufacture unserialized firearms in the comfort of your own home.

As shipped, Ghost Gunner can manufacture any mil-spec 80% AR-15 lower receiver that already has the rear take down well milled out. Lowers with non-mil-spec trigger guards that are otherwise mil-spec are also compatible. Defense Distributed recommends using the 7075 Ares Armor Raw 80% Lower AR-15 Billet, available for purchase here.

Endless Possibilities

Ghost Gunner is capable of manufacturing more than just firearm receivers. With Defense Distributed’s open source Physibles Development SDK (pDev), designers can distribute files via our ‘.dd’ file format, which contains all installation and assembly instructions, any required jig files to hold the part in place (that users can print with a 3D printer), and all machine definitions and code to physically manufacture a particular design.

To a casual user, the .dd file is a one-stop solution to manufacturing any aluminum physible that the public can design to fit into the build envelope. Defense Distributed will be developing in and supporting this format, and we are happy to publish your own innovations and contributions.

If you can assemble a firearm or operate a 3D printer, you can use Ghost Gunner.

Ghost Gunner ships fully assembled and ready to build right out of the box. No assembly is necessary and no programming is required. After installing the included software, you’ll be ready to manufacture publicly available .dd designs. Defense Distributed is committed to releasing future firearm design files, from the AR-15 to the AR-10 to the 1911, and then continuing with our own designs.

http://www.thewestwire.com/manufacture-your-own-ar-15-with-defense-distributeds-ghost-gunner/

black people in fantasy: primitive tribesmen who are probably evil or (rarely) normal people that the fanbase will react to with crazed vitriol, claiming lack of historical accuracy (which doesn’t isn’t true) in a setting that likely has magic and dragons

asian people in fantasy: noble, reserved people of a bullshit Empire of the Dragon that has about as much thought put into it as a 70s Hong Kong exploitation film or nonexistent

indigenous people in fantasy: noble savages with ties to the earth and spirit world who remember “the old ways” or nonexistent

anonymous said:

Hey there, I absolutely didn't know about the Jared Leto rape thing ??? He always seemed like a nice guy to me, but now I'm really starting to be reluctant about that first impression, so I did some researches but I'm still not sure of the accuracy of some statements toward him ?? So do you have any other sources for me to search, since I suspect you to know much more stuff about that than me ? I'm so sorry if this bothers you but I just really want to know if all of this is 100% true >_<

If you’re accused of rape, statistically the odds of that accusation being false are so microscopic, that it’s safe to assume you are a rapist.

So I’ve been saying for years now that I have a sort of sixth sense for toy shopping. I know. It sounds crazy. And weirdly specific. But I swear it’s true. I can tell with about 90% accuracy if a store is going to have a toy I want to buy and/or am specifically looking for before I even enter it. It’s kind of like a spidey sense. Sometimes I go into a store even if I don’t get a vibe, and end up disappointed.

Anyways, I was in Barnes & Noble two days ago, and the only Big Hero 6 thing they had was the sticker book. But today my sense told me they had the mini Gogo plush, which I have been trying to find. I thought it was just wishful thinking. Why would they have her when there was no sign of bh6 merch at all just two days earlier? But it wouldn’t leave me alone. I couldn’t shake this strong feeling that I had to go. So after school I went right to Barnes & Noble.

Long story short

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don’t doubt your sixth sense.

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