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also insurgency sandstorm drives the reload point home with 3 different reloads.
Hold R - check mag level
Press R - reload and stash old mag in ammo bag as is
Double Tap R - Drop mag reload fresh, lose leftover rounds in old mag. Faster reload, but do it too often and pay the price
hollywood has a clear cut agenda to make FIREARMS as scary as possible. They openly admit it. That being said, is it any wonder why they usually have revolvers letting off 20 rounds? bottomless 30 round magazines? bullets being bent around corners? NO.
Cut the cord 3 years ago, and i don't miss it
5:17 The original name is indeed 'silencer', as patented and sold by Hiram Maxim. A silencer suppresses sounds of shooting, rather than necessary making them completely silent, but unless you're sure your right, it's better not to correct others. Regarding how well suppressors work, it depends on the host, the suppressor and the ammo. Some hosts, when using subsonic ammo, can be nearly silent, especially those with long barrels and bolt or otherwise single actions.
So gun aficionados do call long-range precision rifles "sniper rifles." I always thought that was just a video game thing. I always hated in games how "sniper rifles" are so amazingly powerful and accurate, even if they use the same cartridges as some "assault rifles." I mean, come on. Just because it has a scope attached to it, that doesn't transform it into an ultra long range one-hit-kill machine. Rifles are rifles, dang it! Enough with the weapon classes!
I just rewatched that scene from altered carbon, and the bullets went through the counter. although if it had several layers of metal inside it might have been able to stop bullets. but you could see the holes on her side of it.
As far as cover behind wood and car doors etc. Just because the bullet penetrates the metal doesn't mean it transfers its energy through there. If i am going to be hit by a bullet I would like it to have had to havr passed through ad many solid objects as possible before it gets to me.
The most egregious examples are when they clearly get it wrong on purpose to push a political agenda. In Captain America, Civil War they have Cap say... "They are using AR-15's" about the terrorists who are clearly firing automatic weapons at them. There is no excuse for that because they HAD to have a firearms expert on the set to tell them AR-15's are all semi auto. It was M4s or M16s i didn't look close enough... but it was clearly stated for the express political purpose.
Because Cap is supposed to be the most well trained, smartest, soldier America has... And he can't even tell the difference between the military and civilian version of the MAIN RIFLE IN THE AMERICAN ARSENAL This is Basic Knowledge 101. This is like your Doctor not knowing the difference between a Scalpel and a Stethoscope, or your Mechanic not knowing the difference between a Fuel Injected car and a Carburated one.
Not saying there couldn't be a political purpose behind it, but is there any particular reason why your expecting Cap to actually correctly identify what assault rifles the bad guys are using? Also nothing really stops one from making AR-15 full auto and that does not automatically make it a M4 or M16. But yeah could be political agenda or just as well could be a meta joke about general public's gun recognition(especially the whole press calling any and all assault rifles AK-47) especially since while the terrorist have multiple differend type of assault rifle's i dont think they actually have even a single AR based one.
8:00 Insurgency Sandstorm does that quite well, you reload the mag you fired 2 bullets out of and you end up keeping it at the ready instead of throwing the mag away and magically getting a new full mag.
So you actually have moderate recoil on them however they are self propelled so with a gun it uses gas pushing against the chamber to propel it. With a rocket it still pushing backwards but instead of pushing against the back of the chamber it propels itself out of the tube in a similar way to a gun but then uses rocket fuel to push itself. I recommend watching slow motion of a javelin launch cause it's a extreme example of what happens in these other devices
The weird part about taking cover behind tables and that stuff is that usually the bullets do go through in movies, but the bad guys draw a large human shaped silhouette in the middle where they dont shoot at all
I think most videogames never really evolved past “Doom” in terms of mechanics. Reload and ironsights are now a bit of a standard (finally) but other than that you can only get realistic physics and handling on niche tactical sims.
Søn of Bîtch! Warn a mòthërfúckêr before they see a real shot in the videos. Dam... Im just listening to the science of it, but whaterver,. thanks for the Info about the shots, its good to know. Science!!
My biggest gripe is how accurate handguns are in movies. The scene in pulp fiction where the guy bursts out and unloads an entire revolver without hitting the guys he's ten feet away from is more accurate to real life.
It actually depends by the kind of rifle you are using in your film, the first supersonic guns have been used during ww1, the scene you used as an example is actually right. The biggest problems are suppressors and recoil.
Cool method: try to fire a pistol with a punch
Pull the trigger first then you punch it and extend your arm straight and hard
What does it do well your making the bullet to go forward faster and straight
It will make the bullet penetrate more but the recoil gets bigger
Never wore earplugs but a few times in Iraq even though we were supposed to (favored situational awareness over ear pro). That said, when the adrenaline is kicking, there is a natural “protection” afforded to your ears. Sometimes when I was feeling the rush and firing, I wouldn’t have the muffled ringing so often felt at the range or other calm firing situations where I’ve unfortunately not had ear pro for some reason or another. I looked up the phenomenon before and it’s called auditory exclusion I believe. All that to say I can understand movie characters not being affected by the loud noises as much during the heat of the moment.
+Jiří Dušek We were all issued ear plugs but I can't think of anyone that used them. The only people I knew who wore ear protection were a couple of the squad leaders who wore Peltors (electronic ear muffs that amplify ambient sound but muffle anything above a certain decibel).
rainbow six siege, has the classic "shoot one bullet and reload, lose one bullet in reserves" and the "shoot one bullet and reload, that mag as a whole goes into reserves, and when you load it again its missing one bullet" the latter is only available in custom games though
What the military needs to do is invest in giant plastic bubbles with like a foot of water in them and make it so that it's some sort of malleable plastic so the bullet can pass through it without breaking it. BAM! Giant protective shell.
Joking, but curious if something like that could technically happen/work.
Yea i say that all the time when i see them hide behind cars im like those guys would be dead, those doors are sheet metal and ive seen bullets go through steel plates with no problem. Now your using 10th of an inch in combined thickness as cover. You see cops do this in real life they use their cars as cover but i belive they might actually have a plate in those doors that can take a couple rounds from a hand gun
I really get triggerd (bad pun intended) by the lack of trigger discipline movie characters show.
Of course a street thug wouldn't care about that but soldiers and policemen are trained in firearm handling. One of the first things I learned in basic training is this part of the 4 basic rules of firearm safety:
Keep the finger out of the trigger guard and away from the trigger unless you are aiming at what you want to shoot at and you are 100% sure you want to shoot!
Take finger of the trigger if the target gets out of your crosshairs (or whatever sight the gun might have)!
Just think about it: Trigger discipline could have saved Marvins life in Pulp Fiction.
(Yea I know it's an awesome scene... )
Me and a friend of mine actually had a conversation about reloading guns in video games. While we were playing uncharted I asked him, "you know how when you reload guns you don't lose any bullets when switching magazines?" He then told me that apparently call of duty had a perk that had you lose bullets if you reload if you still had some in the magazine. I then pointed how weird it was that there was a perk to have the gun work in real life but at the same time made the gun less effective.
It's called both a suppressor and a silencer. Silencer is more of a trademark name thanks to Maxim design the first every gun suppressor and named it the "Maxim Silencer", while suppressor is the more technical term.
Learning how to draw cartoon animals from the farm is not such a difficult task! Weve grown up surrounded by them! Farm animals are everywhere: In blockbuster movies, childs books, greeting cards. their shapes and images are printed in our minds!
In this section, I will show you how to determine what are the physical uniqueness of each animal and how to work with them. Then, you can practice drawing each cartoon character using basic shapes.
You will have the opportunity to make nice illustrations, practice sketching and cartooning using short easy lessons and complete your creation using a drawing software to create vector art if you want to! Cartoon drawing is really fun once you get into it!
Dont be afraid to try until you get it right. This method is really simple, but requires practice and observation. So, sit back and relax. Learn how to draw animals from the farm and start your journey on a good note!
Lets try s few basic characters to get started! :)
A cute turkey to begin with.
In this first tutorial, you can learn how to draw a fun turkey mostly made from small rectangles and large circular shapes. The posture of the character is really interesting. Not only is it easier to draw than a front version, but its also easier to add some perspective (as we can see with the legs). The fact that we just need to draw one wing is also interesting.
Most of these cartoon animals are not filled with complex textures or digital effects. In this case, the subject is filled with plain colors and only a few basic details (inside the tail) were added.
A nice turtle also from a side view.