Made by the Manufacture d’Arme de Saint-Etienne in France c.1956-70′s - serial number G81988. 7,5x54mm MAS Mle1929C ten-round removable box magazine, direct impingement gas operated semi-automatic, Mle 1953 APX 806L scope mounted on a rail on the left side of the receiver, muzzle adapted to fire rifle grenades, with accompanying folding grenade sights. The 1956 modification shortened the barrel but also and most noticeably the foregrip of the rifle, making it a very compact and sturdy battle rifle.
Of course, it is not just private prisons that incentivize incarceration. There is an entire supporting cast dedicated to its proliferation as well: The aerospace industry and arms manufacturers (which supply drug enforcement planes, helicopters, drones, armored vehicles, weapons, ammunition, and surveillance technology), chemical companies (which produce the poisons often used to sedate and execute prisoners, as well as the tear gas used in prison strikes and protests), the bail bonds industry (which finance the ability or inability for a person to await trial in or out of jail), U.S. banks (which launder billions of dollars for drug cartels and finance the prison industry), and of course numerous politicians (which accept money from these industries in exchange for pushing favorable legislation).
The end result is a sprawling cornucopia of state violence supported at every level of America’s social structure — and which relies principally on police for enforcement. After all, we should never forget that every single person convicted for a violent or a non-violent crime, every single person wrongly convicted, every single person corralled for simply being different or standing up for justice, every single person unable to navigate poverty, homelessness, or addiction, who is placed in a cage to work in servitude or slavery, was put there by a cop. It follows that if ever we are to mobilize to dismantle mass incarceration, it must also be a movement to extract the final breath from policing itself, and to abolish for all time every manifestation of state terror.
The TOZ-194 is a 12 Gauge, pump-action shotgun manufactured by the Tula Arms Plant. Designed during the later years of the Soviet Union, the production of this firearm has started after the Soviet era in Russia, and since then it has gained a certain popularity within civilian shooters in Russia itself and in Europe, and is reported to be in use with some Russian Security forces.
Ribeyrolles, Sutter, and Chauchat - made by the Manufacture d’Armes de Tulle in France c.1917~18. 8x51mmR Lebel five-round en-bloc clip, gas-operated semi-automatic, loaded from the bottom. Made with several Lebel parts, the RSC Mle1917 was the first semi-automatic military rifle to be mass-issued and used during a major conflict, namely World War one. It was a far cry from the revolutionary designs of the French rifle trials of the early 20th century, but it was decently reliable and provided a lot more firepower than the old Lebel Mle1886.
get ready for some pynch pda you ready? You’re ready
• ronan walking past Adam’s desk in class and trailing his fingers up his arm that’s resting on the desk
• linked!! hands!! in!! the!! corridors!!
• quick cheek as kisses before separating for class
• adam thinking he saw his dad while he and ronan were out and ronan protectively wrapping his arm around adam waist and holding him close
• adam going up on his tiptoes to kiss ronan’s nose softly (even though the height difference is only like,, 2 inches it still maters fight me)
• adam putting his hand on top of ronan’s in Nino’s on the table
• ronan pushing adam up against his car and kissing his neck
• adam resting his head in ronan’s lap when they’re at Monmouth Manufacturing
• ronan wrapping his arms around adam from behind, resting his chiin on his shoulder
• adam turning his head to place a kiss on ronan’s lips
• ronan throwing his legs over Adam’s lap
• adam resting his head on ronan’s shoulder
• RONAN RESTING HIS HEAD ON ADAM’S SHOULDER
• tiny little kisses wherever they are
• (some are actually make out sessions but shush)
• HOLDING!!! HANDS!!!
Career: He is currently the CEO of Bauglir and founder of Bauglir Manufacturing, which creates fire arms and explosives for the US government. However, along with supplying the government, he also sells the extras on the Black Market and makes a lot of extra money doing so.
Talents: Mikhail is good at playing the electric guitar. Even in his younger years, her published a few albums with his old band, Belegurth. The band was pretty popular in the late 90′s and early 2000′s. However, it all ended when the band disbanded in 2004 and Mikhail founded his new business. Sometimes people recognize him to this day, though not many.
Attire: During business hours Mikhail wears an all black tuxedo with a black tie and a black shirt underneath. He also has gold dragon cuff links with ruby eyes. However, when at home he is usually seen wear a leather jacket over a band t-shirt and in a pair of worn out jeans. He wears his hair in a tight ponytail at work and a loose bun or unbound when at home.
Personality: Same as canon Melkor, except a bit less vilont, as he doesn’t wish to be arrested.
Made by the Manufacture d’Armes de St-Etienne c.1937-52 - serial number 90889. 7,5x54mm MAS Mle1929 five-round internal magazine, Lebel style all-steel receiver, peep sights, spike-bayonet stored under the barrel. Also known by me as the hunchback Lebel, this gun is up there with the very best bolt action rifles ever made thanks to its toughness.
New Delhi, Feb 15 (IANS) The Delhi Police busted a syndicate of illegal arms suppliers and manufacturers and arrested the brother of syndicate kingpin, a police officer said on Wednesday.
According to the police, Mani Singh was working for his brother Richpal, who was manufacturing illegal arms and supplying these to criminals in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi and Haryana. TMhe police recovered 20 sophisticated pistols with five live cartridges from his possession.
“Police teams arrested Mani Singh after intercepting his car following a tip-off on Tuesday night, while he was coming to deliver a huge consignment of weapons to buyers of western Uttar Pradesh at Azadpur in North Delhi,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Sanjeev Kumar Yadav.
Singh told investigators during interrogation that his brother Richpal is a manufacturer and supplier of illegal weapons on large scale and enticed him to join the trade only in Madhya Pradesh since five years, Yadav said.
“Singh said that after the arrest of his carriers earlier by the police, Richpal tasked him to deliver the illegal arms outside Madhya Pradesh. His syndicate has been supplying weapons to various persons of criminal backgrounds in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and other states,” he added.
In December last year, three persons of Richpal’s syndicate were arrested from Delhi.
Designed by the American colonel Isaac Newton Lewis, manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms in England. Serial Number A-37289. 47-rounds .303 British pan magazine.
An iconic WW1 weapon design if there’s any. Colonel Lewis was initially
slapped with rejections by bitches and whores [sic] from the US army,
so he went off to Liège in Belgium to found his own company, Armes
Automatiques Lewis, and started to look for buyers in Europe. As
military sales ensued, primarily from the UK but also other Allied
nations such as France (before the Chauchat was designed in 1915 and
actually replaced it as the most common machine gun in the Great War),
Lewis made a deal for BSA in England and Savage Arms in Massachusetts to
manufacture the gun. The barrel aluminium sleeve or shroud or
whatever supposedly helped with air-cooling the gun, but by WW2 most
Lewis gun were working very well without it. It is however super
distinctive and cool looking.
Manufactured c.1917 by the Springfield Armory with experimental rifling, fitted with a Winchester 1909 Patent A5 scope manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven, Connecticut - serial number 716929. .30-06 five-rounds magazine fed by stripper clips, bolt action repeater. The older scopes are also the sexier ones.
By the mid 1930’s France’s stock of Lebel and Bethier rifles were beginning to show their age and obsolescence. The French military wanted a new rifle that was shorter, more compact, and more importantly used a modernized rimless cartridge with a modern 5 round box magazine. The government owned arms factory, Manufacture d'armes de Saint-Étienne (MAS) created the MAS-36, a new bolt action rifle designed to bring the French Army into the modern era of warfare.
World War I was the dark ages when it came to bolt action rifle design in France. The official service rifle was the Berthier Mle 1907/15, which believe it or not utilized a 3 round magazine. The Berthier was supplemented by the 1880’s vintage Lebel, an obsolete design which used an 8 round tube magazine which needed to be loaded one cartridge at a time. Although the Lebel was an aging design, French soldiers preferred its 8 round capacity to the Berthier’s pathetic 3 round capacity, despite the fact that it used an obsolete tube magazine. In the mid 1930’s it was high time for that the French adopted a new, modern bolt action rifle. The MAS-36 was designed with many of the mistakes of World War I in mind, and drew inspiration from other successful designs such as the German Mauser and British Lee Enfield. It had rear locking lugs that were resistant to dirt, new peep sights designed for common combat ranges, and a turned down bolt made to make working the action fairly easy. One interesting feature of the MAS-36 was its bolt handle, which was turned at a very sharp forward angle for a shorter and easier stroke action. Some soldiers, however, were not comfortable with this and bent the bolt into a more traditional angle. Perhaps the most important feature of the MAS-36 was that it was chambered for 7.5x54 French, a new replacement for the older 8mm Lebel cartridge. Overall while not pretty, the new rifle was accurate, tough, rugged, and reliable.
The MAS-36 was most notable for its use during World War II. Unfortunately not enough could be produced to arm all French soldiers by the war’s start, so it served alongside the ancient Lebel and aging Berthier (both updated with a 5 round box magazine). A rare paratrooper carbine variant was also produced with a folding aluminum stock. After the fall of France the rifle was still used by Vichy French government, as well as Free French troops and resistance fighters. Many were captured by the Germans and renamed the Gewehr 242f, which was used to arm some occupation forces, but mostly the Volksturm, Hitler’s civilian militia composed of old men and children. After World War II the rifle continued to be used in France’s colonial wars, including Algeria and the Indochina China Wars. By 1949 is was replaced with a semi-auto rifle called the MAS-49.
Manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Co. based on John Browning’s design c.1917-45, this commercial gun was made in 1920 - serial number E683081. 12 gauge, 5+1 shells of nine .33 caliber pellets in a tubular magazine, 20″ long barrel, pump-action repeater with an external hammer and no trigger disconnector, heat shield and bayonet lug for the standard military issue M1917 rifle bayonet. The old trench broom, in near-mint condition.