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#71 - Yeah, the HI life was nice, but the entire regiment sucks dick…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/27/2015 on Badass 0
User avatar #72 - semperkillusmc (03/27/2015) [-]
That sucks bro. I'm from SoCal so I will be able to save my leave days now and enjoy all the hobbies I had growing up, be close to my GF too. I can't wait.
#83 - One of my buddies who went to East Coast said his platoon was … 03/27/2015 on Marine Corps Yumi #20 - #22 0
#69 - 1st Civ Div. Formerly C Co, 1/3.  [+] (3 new replies) 03/23/2015 on Badass 0
User avatar #70 - semperkillusmc (03/23/2015) [-]
Lucky mofo living in Hawaii. I swerved 4 years with 3/8 and coming home to SOCAL when I PCS.
User avatar #71 - disgruntled (03/27/2015) [-]
Yeah, the HI life was nice, but the entire regiment sucks dick. They say 3rd Marines is where Staff NCO's go to die. We had Gunny's getting out at 17 years in because they couldn't take it there, and they never let you go. I had a buddy who was stuck there for ten years in the same company.

Not to mention there was nowhere for 03's to train. Our entire workup would have two live-fire ops.
User avatar #72 - semperkillusmc (03/27/2015) [-]
That sucks bro. I'm from SoCal so I will be able to save my leave days now and enjoy all the hobbies I had growing up, be close to my GF too. I can't wait.
#21 - I had to look it up, because that's what I thought as well. Th…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/21/2015 on Badass 0
User avatar #22 - semperkillusmc (03/21/2015) [-]
That's what I was figuring. I know we don't count multiple awards for the same citation. Unit?
User avatar #69 - disgruntled (03/23/2015) [-]
1st Civ Div. Formerly C Co, 1/3.
User avatar #70 - semperkillusmc (03/23/2015) [-]
Lucky mofo living in Hawaii. I swerved 4 years with 3/8 and coming home to SOCAL when I PCS.
User avatar #71 - disgruntled (03/27/2015) [-]
Yeah, the HI life was nice, but the entire regiment sucks dick. They say 3rd Marines is where Staff NCO's go to die. We had Gunny's getting out at 17 years in because they couldn't take it there, and they never let you go. I had a buddy who was stuck there for ten years in the same company.

Not to mention there was nowhere for 03's to train. Our entire workup would have two live-fire ops.
User avatar #72 - semperkillusmc (03/27/2015) [-]
That sucks bro. I'm from SoCal so I will be able to save my leave days now and enjoy all the hobbies I had growing up, be close to my GF too. I can't wait.
#20 - ******* BAMF, though it is somewhat misleading. The Arm…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/21/2015 on Badass +2
#41 - garryn (03/21/2015) [-]
same here. Chanting that shit back at the di's for 3 months straight kind sticks with you. Semper Fi.
User avatar #36 - littlehozz (03/21/2015) [-]
thank you. i was lost/ thats all they pounded in my head so i was gonna do the research but you saved me some time
#442 - Here ya go...  [+] (1 new reply) 03/01/2015 on Drawing with FunnyJunk part 2 0
#488 - anonymous (03/16/2015) [-]
You look like you came out of a game
#1949 - From about four years ago. The rare times I got internet acces…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2015 on Post your BEST picture +2
User avatar #1965 - darkjustifier (02/25/2015) [-]
god bless your service sir
#71 - Hmmm, that's funny. I guess I carve matchsticks on the stock d… 12/28/2014 on That wascally wabbit 0
#46 - I'm a gunsmith. This is what happens when a customer orders a …  [+] (4 new replies) 12/28/2014 on That wascally wabbit +1
User avatar #62 - roliga (12/28/2014) [-]
I can literally tell just by the way you talk you're a liar and not a gunsmith, try harder next time.

One - You imply he's dumb for handloading his own ammo, something literally every retard can do without fucking up. Also something any real gunsmith would do. Hell, I load my own ammo.

Two - That barrel was fucked up on purpose, someone had to use machining tools to split it into four, pull it back, and make it that clean, if it had blown it'd be in maybe two pieces with rigid edges, not clean four cuts.

Three - Loading a smokeless powder into a BPC will have no bad affect as long as they're loaded to the same pressure, any gunsmith, hell anyone who has the internet could figure that out.

Four - I guarantee you he didn't double the powder in his load because the bullet would not seat right into the neck of the casing, nor would it chamber.

You are full of shit.
#71 - disgruntled (12/28/2014) [-]
Hmmm, that's funny. I guess I carve matchsticks on the stock duplicator at work. Allow me to rebut, good sir.

1 While yes, the vast majority of handloaders stay within safe parameters when loading their cartridges, just like anything else, some people get into it who have absolutely no business touching the equipment. People who have the money and initiative, but not the intelligence, caution, or respect for the process. I myself do not touch the loading equipment because my knowledge if internal ballistics is far less than where I wish it was.

2 While the original picture is indeed split into four suspiciously clean pieces, all pulled back at a nearly identical angle, the one I uploaded in my comment is in two pieces, and very ragged at that. No cutting or machining there. This was clearly the result of some form of overpressure.

3-4 As I have previously stated, my knowledge of internal ballistics is far from complete. I have not yet attended a formal school such as CST, I am an OJT gunsmith apprentice. There are many facets to producing custom firearms. While I used to do simple cleanings, repairs, refinishing, and trigger jobs on production firearms at my old job, I now focus on stocks, in-letting and bedding. I have not yet done much work with actions, nor have I ever fitted barrels or done headspacing. The most work I do on the mill and lathe are drilling and tapping, dovetailing, and occasionally threading a muzzle. The specifics of this particular barrel are simply what I was told by my boss. The incident occurred long before I was employed at this business, and he showed me it and gave me a brief description as a warning of the consequences of not respecting the products we produce.
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User avatar #47 - fuckingmeese (12/28/2014) [-]
Fucking fools...
#143 - That's a roleplayer. When I was in the Marines, we used them a… 11/27/2014 on Did you Have a bad Day? 0
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User avatar #4 - indonesia (12/28/2014) [-]
you're gunsmith? cool
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