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#5 - This looks like a very generic train station with no features …  [+] (3 replies) 10/31/2015 on windy ad 0
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#6 - emiyashirou (10/31/2015) [-]
The boards at the top say what the previous and next stops are
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#11 - phisk (11/01/2015) [-]
No, they don't. They display the end stations of those respective train lines. But all of Stockholm's sbway stations are unique. This one might be unique in a very bland way, but there is none just like it.
#7 - xrayfishx (10/31/2015) [-]
I should have realized that.
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#48 - Well, there is a tiny chance that it's true, but I'd rather bu…  [+] (4 replies) 08/06/2015 on What's the deal with recoil? 0
#64 - xrayfishx (08/06/2015) [-]
Turns out several African countries use the Galil. Since everyone's firing it there it's probably the local standard issue. There are several blacks and whites there. From such a small sample it's not possible to say what kind of population we're looking at, but it's probably some 25 to 95 percent black (the latter is assuming that blacks are mostly poor and only a few are able to afford going to events like this, while the whites are doing better. I'd say that's, like it or not, a fairly realistic possibility).
After a quick look at the "Users" section in the Galil page on Wiki, only two possibilities stand out, those are Mexico and South Africa. Mexican army's Wiki page's equipment section doesn't mention Galil, while South African army uses Vektor R4 and R5, which are modified Galils (5.56mm, not the 7.62mm).
Since everyone is dressed civilian, it's clearly not a joint army excercise, therefore it's unlikely that this particular dude is US Army.
The guy does seem to know a thing or two about using weapons, now that I look at it. If he didn't, he would probably wave that thing around at least a bit and generally handle it differently.
Conclusion: He's likely not an US Army sharpshooter, like the anon claims, but he's likely experienced with weapons and just fucking around for shits and giggles, as claimed by the person that replied to me, therefore not necessarily stupid either.
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#60 - anon (08/06/2015) [-]
The Galil does come in 7.62 NATO. I've never seen the video, so I can't say anything about it for sure, but I'd be more inclined to agree with anon. They're at a range where everyone's using Galils, implying that they've been supplied to everyone. You don't give somebody a gun without teaching them how to use it, so he probably is doing that knowingly. My guess is more that it's for shits and giggle than for any practical purpose, though. Gif is kind of related.
#81 - anon (08/07/2015) [-]
He's lucky he isn't a jew or his nose would have come clean off