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#292 - But I did compromise with OP a non-explosive weapon could be e…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/13/2012 on Gaming comp 13 0
User avatar #297 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
also, a crossbow is not, by any means, faster to reload than a compound bow, it's a simple placing of the arrow and draw with the compound bow, an almost fluid motion that could take ten seconds tops, whereas with a crossbow to have equivalent power you would need to use the stirrup to draw it back, place the arrow in the carrier and aim, a process that would take probably 10-15 seconds at best
User avatar #296 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
exactly where the nanosuit comes into play, learn the proper motions and have the system memorize the patterns and have it calculate for distance. with that it could extend the range to the effective range of a .22, and with the mass of an arrow it would have even more power.
#291 - I could get a clean kill on something about the size of a squi…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/13/2012 on Gaming comp 13 0
User avatar #292 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
But I did compromise with OP a non-explosive weapon could be effective, I'd just say go with a crossbow as a bit of physics will help you be faster more and more accurate than a bow. A bow is more of a skill like playing a violin, a crossbow or firearm is more like applied science. It is just easier to improvise and improve upon and a short bit of trial in error alone will greatly improve your skill. Although by all means if you are fucking Legolas and know how to work a bow like a master go with that, but average joe should not be going after that as his primary weapon of self defense, nor should anyone who hasn't dedicated their life to learning archery.
User avatar #297 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
also, a crossbow is not, by any means, faster to reload than a compound bow, it's a simple placing of the arrow and draw with the compound bow, an almost fluid motion that could take ten seconds tops, whereas with a crossbow to have equivalent power you would need to use the stirrup to draw it back, place the arrow in the carrier and aim, a process that would take probably 10-15 seconds at best
User avatar #296 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
exactly where the nanosuit comes into play, learn the proper motions and have the system memorize the patterns and have it calculate for distance. with that it could extend the range to the effective range of a .22, and with the mass of an arrow it would have even more power.
#130 - Picture rolls always make me wonder about what the ****… 08/13/2012 on Sniper! Get down! 0
#264 - grenade launchers aren't very loud on the initial shot, and wi…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/13/2012 on Gaming comp 13 0
User avatar #277 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
Performance varies between barrel length and the type of action. For example, Bolt action rifles may perform differently than semi-automatic rifles. .22 LR is effective to 150 yards (140 m), though practical range tends to be less. After 150 yards the ballistics of the round are such that it will be difficult to compensate for the large "drop".
The arrow will go far as 500 yrds or more but if you are hunting I wouldn't push it past 60 yards.
you would have more range, but as far as accuracy goes it would drop off at about how far away your aim can be with the bow. it's not too much of an advantage, not only that, but with a .22, because the distance is not too different in range, you'd only be able to grab about one, or maybe 4 kills before they'd concentrate fire on your position. a bow has a much harder time being traced, you could grab much more and move about without being detected as easily. also, .22's with the range you suggest, aren't extremely common, like arrows, so you'd expend them faster than you could find them. your accuracy factor, i think, is totally knocked out by your weapon's ability to give away your position, and that its accuracy isn't a whole lot farther than a bow's.
User avatar #291 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
I could get a clean kill on something about the size of a squirrel with a .22 at 100yards, and tbh it's not that hard to learn/teach that level of shooting. With a bow there is a lot more details to how you line up the shot and hold the weapon. Basically I can teach someone to shoot with a rifle in a day better then you could learn to shoot with a bow in a week easily, and it is alot easier to line up sights and fire a rifle in more positions then it is to set up and fire a bow accurately. But I am confident with a week of practice almost anyone(who is competent) could put a bullet through a can at 100 yards repeatedly, and to accomplish that with a bow especially in a tactical situation would be a whole lot harder to learn and pull off easily in a stressful environment where you would need to use such a weapon. Also I want to know how a bow would be harder to trace(I did say a .22 with silencers), and I could get off four accurate shots before you finished loading up or second arrow so yeah
User avatar #292 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
But I did compromise with OP a non-explosive weapon could be effective, I'd just say go with a crossbow as a bit of physics will help you be faster more and more accurate than a bow. A bow is more of a skill like playing a violin, a crossbow or firearm is more like applied science. It is just easier to improvise and improve upon and a short bit of trial in error alone will greatly improve your skill. Although by all means if you are fucking Legolas and know how to work a bow like a master go with that, but average joe should not be going after that as his primary weapon of self defense, nor should anyone who hasn't dedicated their life to learning archery.
User avatar #297 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
also, a crossbow is not, by any means, faster to reload than a compound bow, it's a simple placing of the arrow and draw with the compound bow, an almost fluid motion that could take ten seconds tops, whereas with a crossbow to have equivalent power you would need to use the stirrup to draw it back, place the arrow in the carrier and aim, a process that would take probably 10-15 seconds at best
User avatar #296 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
exactly where the nanosuit comes into play, learn the proper motions and have the system memorize the patterns and have it calculate for distance. with that it could extend the range to the effective range of a .22, and with the mass of an arrow it would have even more power.
#249 - Well if you get explosive tips for your arrows I want a grenad…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/13/2012 on Gaming comp 13 0
User avatar #254 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
but an undermount grenade launcher would not fit on your .22, also, it would give away your position much more. you'd have more kills, but you'd definitely be hunted down and killed. aside from that, with an explosive tipped arrow, it is absolutely fire and forget, you can immediately run away and hide somewhere without them having a fix on your position, and because it is an arrow (and almost virtually silent), you can be up close and still have your kill and stealth.
User avatar #264 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
grenade launchers aren't very loud on the initial shot, and with the explosion to follow there will be plenty of disorientation to shoot and run and keep you position hidden. and I still go with the accuracy factor as a total win over the bow explosive tips and body armor or not
User avatar #277 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
Performance varies between barrel length and the type of action. For example, Bolt action rifles may perform differently than semi-automatic rifles. .22 LR is effective to 150 yards (140 m), though practical range tends to be less. After 150 yards the ballistics of the round are such that it will be difficult to compensate for the large "drop".
The arrow will go far as 500 yrds or more but if you are hunting I wouldn't push it past 60 yards.
you would have more range, but as far as accuracy goes it would drop off at about how far away your aim can be with the bow. it's not too much of an advantage, not only that, but with a .22, because the distance is not too different in range, you'd only be able to grab about one, or maybe 4 kills before they'd concentrate fire on your position. a bow has a much harder time being traced, you could grab much more and move about without being detected as easily. also, .22's with the range you suggest, aren't extremely common, like arrows, so you'd expend them faster than you could find them. your accuracy factor, i think, is totally knocked out by your weapon's ability to give away your position, and that its accuracy isn't a whole lot farther than a bow's.
User avatar #291 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
I could get a clean kill on something about the size of a squirrel with a .22 at 100yards, and tbh it's not that hard to learn/teach that level of shooting. With a bow there is a lot more details to how you line up the shot and hold the weapon. Basically I can teach someone to shoot with a rifle in a day better then you could learn to shoot with a bow in a week easily, and it is alot easier to line up sights and fire a rifle in more positions then it is to set up and fire a bow accurately. But I am confident with a week of practice almost anyone(who is competent) could put a bullet through a can at 100 yards repeatedly, and to accomplish that with a bow especially in a tactical situation would be a whole lot harder to learn and pull off easily in a stressful environment where you would need to use such a weapon. Also I want to know how a bow would be harder to trace(I did say a .22 with silencers), and I could get off four accurate shots before you finished loading up or second arrow so yeah
User avatar #292 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
But I did compromise with OP a non-explosive weapon could be effective, I'd just say go with a crossbow as a bit of physics will help you be faster more and more accurate than a bow. A bow is more of a skill like playing a violin, a crossbow or firearm is more like applied science. It is just easier to improvise and improve upon and a short bit of trial in error alone will greatly improve your skill. Although by all means if you are fucking Legolas and know how to work a bow like a master go with that, but average joe should not be going after that as his primary weapon of self defense, nor should anyone who hasn't dedicated their life to learning archery.
User avatar #297 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
also, a crossbow is not, by any means, faster to reload than a compound bow, it's a simple placing of the arrow and draw with the compound bow, an almost fluid motion that could take ten seconds tops, whereas with a crossbow to have equivalent power you would need to use the stirrup to draw it back, place the arrow in the carrier and aim, a process that would take probably 10-15 seconds at best
User avatar #296 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
exactly where the nanosuit comes into play, learn the proper motions and have the system memorize the patterns and have it calculate for distance. with that it could extend the range to the effective range of a .22, and with the mass of an arrow it would have even more power.
#230 - Yeah just if you're thinking making it on the fly, go with a c… 08/13/2012 on Gaming comp 13 0
#223 - silenced .22 rifle will have next to no sound, not renewable a…  [+] (9 new replies) 08/13/2012 on Gaming comp 13 +2
User avatar #244 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
but any basic body armor will stop a .22....and arrow with explosive tips actually would do more damage in that situation
User avatar #249 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
Well if you get explosive tips for your arrows I want a grenade launcher attachment. Seems fair as actually getting an explosive tip that will work properly and not fuck your shot up completely seems about as plausible as coming across an M203 or it's equivalent. Also the accuracy of an augmented arrow like that will be so unpredictable I would rather have the .22 even against body armor. They can't cover everything and a rifle like that will be accurate as hell in comparison.
User avatar #254 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
but an undermount grenade launcher would not fit on your .22, also, it would give away your position much more. you'd have more kills, but you'd definitely be hunted down and killed. aside from that, with an explosive tipped arrow, it is absolutely fire and forget, you can immediately run away and hide somewhere without them having a fix on your position, and because it is an arrow (and almost virtually silent), you can be up close and still have your kill and stealth.
User avatar #264 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
grenade launchers aren't very loud on the initial shot, and with the explosion to follow there will be plenty of disorientation to shoot and run and keep you position hidden. and I still go with the accuracy factor as a total win over the bow explosive tips and body armor or not
User avatar #277 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
Performance varies between barrel length and the type of action. For example, Bolt action rifles may perform differently than semi-automatic rifles. .22 LR is effective to 150 yards (140 m), though practical range tends to be less. After 150 yards the ballistics of the round are such that it will be difficult to compensate for the large "drop".
The arrow will go far as 500 yrds or more but if you are hunting I wouldn't push it past 60 yards.
you would have more range, but as far as accuracy goes it would drop off at about how far away your aim can be with the bow. it's not too much of an advantage, not only that, but with a .22, because the distance is not too different in range, you'd only be able to grab about one, or maybe 4 kills before they'd concentrate fire on your position. a bow has a much harder time being traced, you could grab much more and move about without being detected as easily. also, .22's with the range you suggest, aren't extremely common, like arrows, so you'd expend them faster than you could find them. your accuracy factor, i think, is totally knocked out by your weapon's ability to give away your position, and that its accuracy isn't a whole lot farther than a bow's.
User avatar #291 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
I could get a clean kill on something about the size of a squirrel with a .22 at 100yards, and tbh it's not that hard to learn/teach that level of shooting. With a bow there is a lot more details to how you line up the shot and hold the weapon. Basically I can teach someone to shoot with a rifle in a day better then you could learn to shoot with a bow in a week easily, and it is alot easier to line up sights and fire a rifle in more positions then it is to set up and fire a bow accurately. But I am confident with a week of practice almost anyone(who is competent) could put a bullet through a can at 100 yards repeatedly, and to accomplish that with a bow especially in a tactical situation would be a whole lot harder to learn and pull off easily in a stressful environment where you would need to use such a weapon. Also I want to know how a bow would be harder to trace(I did say a .22 with silencers), and I could get off four accurate shots before you finished loading up or second arrow so yeah
User avatar #292 - weyeumadbro (08/13/2012) [-]
But I did compromise with OP a non-explosive weapon could be effective, I'd just say go with a crossbow as a bit of physics will help you be faster more and more accurate than a bow. A bow is more of a skill like playing a violin, a crossbow or firearm is more like applied science. It is just easier to improvise and improve upon and a short bit of trial in error alone will greatly improve your skill. Although by all means if you are fucking Legolas and know how to work a bow like a master go with that, but average joe should not be going after that as his primary weapon of self defense, nor should anyone who hasn't dedicated their life to learning archery.
User avatar #297 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
also, a crossbow is not, by any means, faster to reload than a compound bow, it's a simple placing of the arrow and draw with the compound bow, an almost fluid motion that could take ten seconds tops, whereas with a crossbow to have equivalent power you would need to use the stirrup to draw it back, place the arrow in the carrier and aim, a process that would take probably 10-15 seconds at best
User avatar #296 - gobnick (08/13/2012) [-]
exactly where the nanosuit comes into play, learn the proper motions and have the system memorize the patterns and have it calculate for distance. with that it could extend the range to the effective range of a .22, and with the mass of an arrow it would have even more power.
#215 - Have you ever hunted with a bow and arrow? It is a lot harder …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/13/2012 on Gaming comp 13 0
#257 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/13/2012) [-]
Correct, a .45 bullet makes a basket ball sized hole upon entry due to the initial force of impact which then collapses again within milliseconds, but the damage is already done. An arrow does not.
#235 - thatkiddonovan (08/13/2012) [-]
Yeah but in Crysis 3, you are a supersoldier with ridiculous capabilities and a supersuit like Iron man's with constant diagnostics running on the HUD.


It'll be easier than a normal person hunting with a regular bow and arrow.

#122 - Picture 08/13/2012 on Just a normal night on /v/ 0
#162 - Comment deleted 08/13/2012 on Oh /b/! 0
#113 - So your final form is OP? 08/13/2012 on Slender Swimmer 0
#249 - Eighth one gave me a feel 08/13/2012 on Gaming comp 12 +1
#131 - Comment deleted 08/13/2012 on Not sure if... -1
#15 - Thanks for all the thumbs, this is my most successful post yet… 08/13/2012 on Really, WTF!?! 0
#132 - ok even better, kid being a prick? His punishment is death by …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/12/2012 on Poor kid. +1
User avatar #152 - schneidend (08/12/2012) [-]
Sounds fair to me. Who needs the little shit? We're a hair's breadth from engulfing the world in flesh and shit as it is.
#120 - >>Piano teacher tell you not to stop for anybody >…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/12/2012 on Poor kid. +11
User avatar #455 - dontdropthesoap (08/13/2012) [-]
Yes, what would you like?
#129 - funkyguy (08/12/2012) [-]
My band teacher did the same thing, so did my track coach.

>>Be running 400m dash
>>be in first place
>>kid runs in front of me
>>totally obliterate the shit out of him
>>causes huge trip fest behind me
>>MFW I beat all the black guys and kenyans
User avatar #126 - Loststorm (08/12/2012) [-]
Well he did say to go around really small babies and really senile people.

But a kid like in the GIF, we can topple him like he's nothing.
User avatar #132 - weyeumadbro (08/12/2012) [-]
ok even better, kid being a prick? His punishment is death by our feet!
User avatar #152 - schneidend (08/12/2012) [-]
Sounds fair to me. Who needs the little shit? We're a hair's breadth from engulfing the world in flesh and shit as it is.
#83 - lol fkn saved 08/12/2012 on Morbid For Ketchup Lovers +1
#588 - Comment deleted 08/12/2012 on Most epic post on 4chan EVER 0
#5 - sigh, I don't know why I'm actually defending it but I want to…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/12/2012 on Really, WTF!?! +29
User avatar #11 - Onemanretardpack (08/12/2012) [-]
Nice one OP, stay safe and make it home
User avatar #6 - dunamfifteen (08/12/2012) [-]
Sorry op, I just didn't want some 12 year old posing as someone actually risking their life for our country, thanks for your service, take these 3 green thumbs.
#10 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/12/2012) [-]
I thumbed up your comments to get them to positive thumbs
#382 - And regardless, it's called trolling. It's not that clever jus… 08/12/2012 on Facebook ( 10,000 ) 0
#377 - Well that and the other guy being an ass. Just saying "Oh…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/12/2012 on Facebook ( 10,000 ) +1
User avatar #382 - weyeumadbro (08/12/2012) [-]
And regardless, it's called trolling. It's not that clever just damn fun, especially when someone falls into it that bad.
#3 - I still am actually  [+] (5 new replies) 08/11/2012 on Really, WTF!?! +17
User avatar #4 - dunamfifteen (08/12/2012) [-]
Pics or it didn't happen
#5 - weyeumadbro (08/12/2012) [-]
sigh, I don't know why I'm actually defending it but I want to be a good OP and deliver. Not the best picture but one of like three I have available. Didn't upload any from my camera before I lost the cord.
User avatar #11 - Onemanretardpack (08/12/2012) [-]
Nice one OP, stay safe and make it home
User avatar #6 - dunamfifteen (08/12/2012) [-]
Sorry op, I just didn't want some 12 year old posing as someone actually risking their life for our country, thanks for your service, take these 3 green thumbs.
#10 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/12/2012) [-]
I thumbed up your comments to get them to positive thumbs
#2 - Comment deleted 08/11/2012 on Really, WTF!?! 0
#32 - Comment deleted 08/11/2012 on Totally worth it 0
#31 - Comment deleted 08/11/2012 on Totally worth it 0
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