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#22 - "Humanizing Nazi's" is a poor title for this, there'… 01/24/2015 on Humanising the Nazis 0
#54 - Stalking on facebook doesn't count as a relationship.  [+] (1 new reply) 01/21/2015 on Who i am kidding. +3
#56 - metis (01/21/2015) [-]
we agreed on dealing with this as friends, so we are still friends on facebook. it popped up on my newsfeed
#16 - This is not about scaring terrorist don't you see? Terrorist t…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/10/2015 on Je Suis Charlie, Je Suis Ahmed +5
#29 - kanedam (01/10/2015) [-]
they didnt shoot them up for mocking terrorists, but for drawing their prophet.
and no matter how many more will draw stuff like that, there will always be some muslim to come up and try to finish that cartoonist or to riot. because to them its a law their religion gives them.
#96 - I'm Dutch and let me explain. Most Dutch people that go to…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/10/2015 on WHY THE FUCK WOULD YOU DO... +11
#261 - anonymous (01/10/2015) [-]
je hebt dat goed gezegd man
#141 - anonymous (01/10/2015) [-]
Its just, from my personal experiences on holidays, Dutch peopl talk so damn loud and make so much noise in restaurants
#217 - No one anywhere is saying they asked for it, the muslims in Ho… 01/08/2015 on For Charlie Hebdo +3
#76 - I still do that from time to time 01/04/2015 on WTF 0
#75 - Then I guess you can do whatever you want with it, since you o…  [+] (11 new replies) 01/03/2015 on Tried out the new brand of... +1
User avatar #79 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
In denmark after shooting you:
Check chamber - if you don't see a round - you take aim at the targets - and dry fire.
If a round is chambered and you can't get it out disassemble gun for safety - if you get it out - continue normal unloading procedure.

BUT before and after going to the shooting range (and every time you don't have your eyes on your gun or have it near you (or if the situation calls for it)):
You check chamber - lock - and then barrol..

And yes you treat every gun as loaded, as in don't point it around.. if you check the gun and put it on safe.. you can in theory throw it around (don't do that they break). and i know this because i was testing the army rifle..
#80 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
They don't dry fire anymore. I don't think they have at any point since the new rules were implemented in 2014
And you do check the barrel several times when you maintain your rifle.
Else your procedure is pretty much correct.. That's how we do.
Danish M/10 rocks
#81 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Oh, yes that is correct.. well they changed a couple of rules this year..
The not checking the mag bags, then later we had too..
Im so old school the way i learned was no mag on the gun because ''then it was loaded''..
The new M10 is better they lost the front grip. But thats just my opinion.
User avatar #85 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeah well. SIKKAV is changed all the time.
I think the front grip is stupid aswell, but it's actually rather good for "Hastigt stående" or whatever that stance is called in english.
Also I still do the dry firing, even though I don't have to. I just rehersed it so many times that I can't stop doing it.
User avatar #93 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeaher, every time some little HUBBA gets hurt
I like it better without so i can grip closer to the mussel..

The Shooting instructor in Oksbøl. Some senior sergeant, Johnny really knows his stuff.. and it works as a charm.. I think they call it C-Clamp.

I sometimes do. Try not to. Its easier when you are just security or shooting. teaching the new rules is annoying!!
User avatar #102 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeah HBU's are vulnerable. If something can go wrong for them it WILL go wrong
You're not thinking of the chefsergent John something with the mustache? Anyways you're right. I was against the c-clamp grip at first, but it actually works really well. It's more steady, and you just point with your index finger and shoot. real easy.
User avatar #104 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Especially the Livgarde xD
No, Its Johnny and he is a Senior Sarge. he also does shooting training for the Jæger corps and Frøer ! he also do some of the visits to gun manufacturers and testing of the guns..
User avatar #105 - corps (01/03/2015) [-]
I always get mentioned about things like this and I never know what they are about
User avatar #106 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Sorry, good sir.

The Danish Elite soldiers Call the Jærger Korps (it changed automatic).
The jump out of planes and dives and all that stuff.. cool guys..
User avatar #107 - corps (01/03/2015) [-]
Ah, interesting. I wasn't sure if it was actually a thing or something from a show. A lot of people mention me in stuff like that.
User avatar #108 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
No they are very real link in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huntsmen_Corps_%28Denmark%29 they are ranked high as one of the best elite units...

Well that comes with the name i guess.. no one ever mention me og notice me.
Maybe its the camo clothing.....
#71 - Then you still treat it like a loaded gun. You could provo…  [+] (15 new replies) 01/03/2015 on Tried out the new brand of... 0
User avatar #74 - mitchmack (01/03/2015) [-]
What if you KNOW the chamber is empty and you are locked in an EMPTY chamber yourself with noone around?
User avatar #82 - mrmask (01/03/2015) [-]
you always treat a gun as if it was loaded, to make that a habit.
this way if you happen to forget to empty the chamber after you shoot the chances you will suffer from it are much lower.
sure you can make sure, and you should, but it destroys the habit if you don't treat the gun as if it was loaded anyway.
User avatar #75 - batsbak (01/03/2015) [-]
Then I guess you can do whatever you want with it, since you owe responsibility to no one else but yourself. I'd still think Dutch soldiers would treat it as loaded haha.
User avatar #79 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
In denmark after shooting you:
Check chamber - if you don't see a round - you take aim at the targets - and dry fire.
If a round is chambered and you can't get it out disassemble gun for safety - if you get it out - continue normal unloading procedure.

BUT before and after going to the shooting range (and every time you don't have your eyes on your gun or have it near you (or if the situation calls for it)):
You check chamber - lock - and then barrol..

And yes you treat every gun as loaded, as in don't point it around.. if you check the gun and put it on safe.. you can in theory throw it around (don't do that they break). and i know this because i was testing the army rifle..
#80 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
They don't dry fire anymore. I don't think they have at any point since the new rules were implemented in 2014
And you do check the barrel several times when you maintain your rifle.
Else your procedure is pretty much correct.. That's how we do.
Danish M/10 rocks
#81 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Oh, yes that is correct.. well they changed a couple of rules this year..
The not checking the mag bags, then later we had too..
Im so old school the way i learned was no mag on the gun because ''then it was loaded''..
The new M10 is better they lost the front grip. But thats just my opinion.
User avatar #85 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeah well. SIKKAV is changed all the time.
I think the front grip is stupid aswell, but it's actually rather good for "Hastigt stående" or whatever that stance is called in english.
Also I still do the dry firing, even though I don't have to. I just rehersed it so many times that I can't stop doing it.
User avatar #93 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeaher, every time some little HUBBA gets hurt
I like it better without so i can grip closer to the mussel..

The Shooting instructor in Oksbøl. Some senior sergeant, Johnny really knows his stuff.. and it works as a charm.. I think they call it C-Clamp.

I sometimes do. Try not to. Its easier when you are just security or shooting. teaching the new rules is annoying!!
User avatar #102 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeah HBU's are vulnerable. If something can go wrong for them it WILL go wrong
You're not thinking of the chefsergent John something with the mustache? Anyways you're right. I was against the c-clamp grip at first, but it actually works really well. It's more steady, and you just point with your index finger and shoot. real easy.
User avatar #104 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Especially the Livgarde xD
No, Its Johnny and he is a Senior Sarge. he also does shooting training for the Jæger corps and Frøer ! he also do some of the visits to gun manufacturers and testing of the guns..
User avatar #105 - corps (01/03/2015) [-]
I always get mentioned about things like this and I never know what they are about
User avatar #106 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Sorry, good sir.

The Danish Elite soldiers Call the Jærger Korps (it changed automatic).
The jump out of planes and dives and all that stuff.. cool guys..
User avatar #107 - corps (01/03/2015) [-]
Ah, interesting. I wasn't sure if it was actually a thing or something from a show. A lot of people mention me in stuff like that.
User avatar #108 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
No they are very real link in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huntsmen_Corps_%28Denmark%29 they are ranked high as one of the best elite units...

Well that comes with the name i guess.. no one ever mention me og notice me.
Maybe its the camo clothing.....
User avatar #73 - inquisition (01/03/2015) [-]
I'm no gun expert, but that guy's taken out all of the shit necessary for the gun to fire.
#67 - Always treat a gun as a loaded gun, There could still be a rou…  [+] (17 new replies) 01/03/2015 on Tried out the new brand of... +1
User avatar #68 - mitchmack (01/03/2015) [-]
But what if you KNOW the chamber is empty?
User avatar #71 - batsbak (01/03/2015) [-]
Then you still treat it like a loaded gun.
You could provoke unwanted reactions from bystanders who have an actual loaded gun or scare the living hell out of said bystanders. But I guess in the picture above, since the guy would only hurt himself this doesn't really apply.
Treating every gun like a loaded gun was the first thing I learned in gun handling at basic training at the Dutch army, and I always got the idea they make these rules for good reasons.
User avatar #74 - mitchmack (01/03/2015) [-]
What if you KNOW the chamber is empty and you are locked in an EMPTY chamber yourself with noone around?
User avatar #82 - mrmask (01/03/2015) [-]
you always treat a gun as if it was loaded, to make that a habit.
this way if you happen to forget to empty the chamber after you shoot the chances you will suffer from it are much lower.
sure you can make sure, and you should, but it destroys the habit if you don't treat the gun as if it was loaded anyway.
User avatar #75 - batsbak (01/03/2015) [-]
Then I guess you can do whatever you want with it, since you owe responsibility to no one else but yourself. I'd still think Dutch soldiers would treat it as loaded haha.
User avatar #79 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
In denmark after shooting you:
Check chamber - if you don't see a round - you take aim at the targets - and dry fire.
If a round is chambered and you can't get it out disassemble gun for safety - if you get it out - continue normal unloading procedure.

BUT before and after going to the shooting range (and every time you don't have your eyes on your gun or have it near you (or if the situation calls for it)):
You check chamber - lock - and then barrol..

And yes you treat every gun as loaded, as in don't point it around.. if you check the gun and put it on safe.. you can in theory throw it around (don't do that they break). and i know this because i was testing the army rifle..
#80 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
They don't dry fire anymore. I don't think they have at any point since the new rules were implemented in 2014
And you do check the barrel several times when you maintain your rifle.
Else your procedure is pretty much correct.. That's how we do.
Danish M/10 rocks
#81 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Oh, yes that is correct.. well they changed a couple of rules this year..
The not checking the mag bags, then later we had too..
Im so old school the way i learned was no mag on the gun because ''then it was loaded''..
The new M10 is better they lost the front grip. But thats just my opinion.
User avatar #85 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeah well. SIKKAV is changed all the time.
I think the front grip is stupid aswell, but it's actually rather good for "Hastigt stående" or whatever that stance is called in english.
Also I still do the dry firing, even though I don't have to. I just rehersed it so many times that I can't stop doing it.
User avatar #93 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeaher, every time some little HUBBA gets hurt
I like it better without so i can grip closer to the mussel..

The Shooting instructor in Oksbøl. Some senior sergeant, Johnny really knows his stuff.. and it works as a charm.. I think they call it C-Clamp.

I sometimes do. Try not to. Its easier when you are just security or shooting. teaching the new rules is annoying!!
User avatar #102 - jdrinfantry (01/03/2015) [-]
Yeah HBU's are vulnerable. If something can go wrong for them it WILL go wrong
You're not thinking of the chefsergent John something with the mustache? Anyways you're right. I was against the c-clamp grip at first, but it actually works really well. It's more steady, and you just point with your index finger and shoot. real easy.
User avatar #104 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Especially the Livgarde xD
No, Its Johnny and he is a Senior Sarge. he also does shooting training for the Jæger corps and Frøer ! he also do some of the visits to gun manufacturers and testing of the guns..
User avatar #105 - corps (01/03/2015) [-]
I always get mentioned about things like this and I never know what they are about
User avatar #106 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
Sorry, good sir.

The Danish Elite soldiers Call the Jærger Korps (it changed automatic).
The jump out of planes and dives and all that stuff.. cool guys..
User avatar #107 - corps (01/03/2015) [-]
Ah, interesting. I wasn't sure if it was actually a thing or something from a show. A lot of people mention me in stuff like that.
User avatar #108 - unlimitedgrease (01/03/2015) [-]
No they are very real link in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huntsmen_Corps_%28Denmark%29 they are ranked high as one of the best elite units...

Well that comes with the name i guess.. no one ever mention me og notice me.
Maybe its the camo clothing.....
User avatar #73 - inquisition (01/03/2015) [-]
I'm no gun expert, but that guy's taken out all of the shit necessary for the gun to fire.
#153 - She's amazing, we're together for over 13 months now. Her …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/28/2014 on What's her name +4
#206 - anonymous (12/28/2014) [-]
I like your style but shit happens man. Hope for the best but prepare for the worst. I had my heart torn open 4 months ago and it feels like shit every single day.
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