So m-my brother and I, we, um… no. You know what…. I called you here because people, um, our people are being slaughtered. And we’re next. The British Men of Letters, they came here because they thought they could do our job better than we could. They hooked us with their flashy gear and their tech- most of you had the good sense to turn them down. I didn’t. They said they wanted the same thing we wanted, you know, a world free of monsters. That’s not what they really wanted. They want control. They want to live in a world where they get to sit in some office and decide who gets to live and who gets to die. And they’ve killed people. They’ve killed innocent people just because they got in the way. They think the ends justifies the means, but we know better. We know hunting isn’t always about killing, It’s about doing what’s right. Even when it’s hard. So we go by our gut, right? We play by our own rules, and that scares them. That’s why they want us dead. I want you to follow me.
CETME Model C battle rifle with Eltro B8-V infrared scope
Designed by Ludwig Vorgrimler, manufactured by
Centro de Estudios Tecnicos de Materiales Especiales in Spain c.1957~. 7,62x51mm Nato 20-round single-stack removable box magazine, roller-locked delayed blowback, select fire, B8-V infrared 4X scope and 100m-range infrared light. A gun developed from the StG44 mounting a device developed from the Zielgerät 1229 ‘Vampir’ that accompanied it. Note that this gun is the direct basis for H&K’s G3 battle rifle. Ludwig Vorgrimler sounds like the kind of guy that moonlights as a warrior-priest of Sigmar.
Manufactured by Berlin-Lübecker Maschinenfabrik c.1943-45 - serial number 2753k. 7,92x57mm Mauser 10-round removable box magazine, can be fed with stripper clips, gas-operated semi-automatic fire, ZF4 scope. Following in the steps of its American and Soviet predecessors, the G43 cements the look for future post-war battle rifles. Initially a much more complex design, the G41(W), it was simplified when Walther Waffenfabrik analyzed a captured Tokarev SVT-40 and decided to get rid of the silly gas-operated-phobic requirements of the German army.
Spent a day on the range testing some new builds, zeroing some new optics and teaching @girrlscout the ropes a little bit. She is already a better shooting than a lot of barnies out there. I know that when the zombies come, at least I won’t have to take care of her.
At last the BBC has picked this up! Cheers to my sisters in arms who are kicking arse and taking names internationally. This doco covers a few of the great women in this fast-growing sport of full-contact, armoured medieval battle, including several close friends. Fight on, all!