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The actual patent of the "silencer" "suppressor" states that it is called a silencer but you do not call a weapon with a silencer a silenced weapon, you call it a surpressed weapon. The name changes only with the way you pronounce or use the word. Both are correct but silencer is the actual name
Talk about tasers, Hollywood gets them really wrong I mean instead of magically getting your hand stuck on a taser and getting electrocuted and jumping up and down like a Maniac you just get shocked and pull your hand back or if the voltage is big enough you die instantly.
Its kinda funny. my friends have been blinded by hollywood. in the recient king kong movie. the guy holds multyple granades in his hands to sacrifice himself and the monster hits him and he flies into a rock with a gigantic explostion. My friends LITTERALY think thats what would happen if you had 6 hand granades pulled at once. They wouldnt listen to me.
I love spotting typos in these episodes. Starting with the upcoming season I'm gonna start cataloging them. "loundess" from this vid is a personal favourite of mine. Keep doing your thing Carmichael, I love it.
The scene from saving Private Ryan where he shoots the sniper through the scope is impossible due to physics at such a far shot the sniper would have had to compensate for bullet drop Wich would mean that the bullet would be traveling at a downward trajectory so when it hits the scope it would've busted through the bottom of the scope and hit his cheek
There's a lovely moment demonstrating this in Master and Commander, during the first attack on HMS Surprise; as Captain Aubrey looks out into the fog he sees silent muzzle flashes from the hidden enemy ship, and only as he's turning and yelling for the crew to drop do we hear the sound of the cannons firing.
wish ppl would stop correcting "silencer" into "suppressor". if you want to call it correctly, ok. but every fuckin person alive (including you) speaks in colloquialisms constantly. getting hung up on an alternative word thats actually not so different from the correct word is stupid as hell. you're not a physicist and we're probably not talking about the mechanics AND ALSO if you knew what they meant when they said silencer then the word they used did it's job.
I don't call people out for calling magazines "clips" and neither should you. (unless they are trying to put a clip in their magazine fed gun and you'd like to explain that they need to put a magazine in that gun, not a clip. but thats never the case when people make these corrections.)
Also shooting machine guns is fun for the first 200-300 rds, after that its painful and causes headaches. I fired a little over 1 thousand from a M240L during a live exercise in the infantry and my head was pounding afterwards. I wasn't the only one too with a headache in my gun team.
Suppressors *can* be used for stealth. Just not James bond shit, but for being able to get behind enemy lines in a battle field, because the sound doesn't travel far. People in nearby areas arent able to hear the distant gunshots, so it would take much longer to figure out that something is wrong.
What you said about suppressors is really only partially true. It full depends on whether you're shooting supersonic or subsonic rounds. If you're shooting subsonics it will actually sound very similar to what you see in John Wick.
Many of those points are fair, if you consider movies require realism.
That, however, is not true. Movies require clarity. Realism is supplemental, but is not required in all situations. In fact, there's quite a few where it would actually hurt, aside of showing the hero as a badass.
Here's one: the "shot" shot / impact shot method of filming actually makes it impossible to properly utilize the gun thunder. Overwhelming most of people are used to hear shooting in that very order: shot, then impact. Reversing it would please very few who know and care how sound works, and just confuse the others. That means that, rather than thinking that the shooter is simply very far, they would think there's two shooters: one quiet, one loud, and that two shots had been made. It gets worse if you utilize the shot shot / impact shot. If you hear the gun fire once, then you jump to the victim, see the impact, then hear the shot being fired _again_ you're not gonna think sound mechanics, you're gonna think second shot. It would technically be correct, but it would feel like a continuity error.
Also, I have never ever met with a person that actually believes that bullets from discarded magazines just magically appear in a new one. This is to simplify gameplay, taking away an element of it that doesn't matter. It sure matters in some contexts - there are games that reload magazines, not bullets - but in most cases that's an unnecessary overcomplication. Also, since you're nitpicking reloading mechanics, mention how, when reloading, most videogames also majik the bullet already in the chamber into your inventory, too, so that you have one less bullet ready to fire and the main character can cock the gun like a badass.
In The Bodyguard, Costner fires a number of rounds and then dives through a window into the snow... then pauses to listen for footsteps.
Sure... He is not hearing anything but high pitched whine.
There is also a scene with Costner in Open Range where he fires his 6 shooter about 14 times in an unbroken scene.
Suppressors are meant for stealth, they just have to be used with subsonic rounds. Still, it doesn't matter how much you suppress a gun, if you shoot it inside a building, everyone in the building will hear it.
Actually your talking about is cansalment not cover big difference. Doors tables are just to make hard to hit you because there line of sight broken. It has nothing to do with stoping. But they still get it wrong
clip reloading is realistic in a navy seal game I played. it actually confused me at first but then i realized it was realistic. in stead of showing ammo it shows how many clips you have and if you reload like in a normal game you actually screw yourself cause you might reload a clip later with only a couple bullets left.
Fuck who do these morons think they are, Maxim originally called it a suppressor not a silencer, AND FOR CHRIST SAKE LEARN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BULLETS AND CARTRIDGES, AND HEY RETARDS, THE RECIPROCATING SLIDE OR BOLT CARRIER GROUP IN A SEMI AUTOMATIC WEAPON CAUSES RECOIL MORE THAN ANYTHING, THATS WHY REVOLVERS HAVE SO LITTLE RECOIL
I agree with a lot that he had to say, but.... recoil, on a rifle mainly, is not caused by force from the bullet traveling forward solely. Propellent gases have a lot to do with the reason a rifle kicks up/recoils, that is why they make muzzle brakes to guide the gases in favor of not having so much recoil.
Actually in the original patent for the so called "suppressor" it's actually called a silencer so if you took something about suppressors and say they are safe or better then silencers you would say something similar to calling yourself stupid but also calling yourself smart
I mean there are extremely specific weapons that are genuinely somewhat quiet with suppressors, usually if it's subsonic ammunition and often the entire firearm designed with that in mind
then again i've never handled a gun like that so i'm kinda going on the "marketing info" behind the design of those guns
Crack bang isn’t a super nerdy thing. Almost anyone trained in long range shooting from a military is taught how to use crack bang to estimate how far away a combatant is shooting from based on the assumed caliber and time between the crack and the bang.
Wait, do blank guns not cycle the action? He keeps saying the only recoil is from the gas... What about the reciprocating mass of the slide or bolt? If I take my USP aim of at a target and drop the slide, it throws the gun around. I don't know about SFX or blanks but, I know a bit about guns and I feel I'm correct here. Meaning, is not just the gas from the blank it's also the reciprocating mass of the slide or bolt. Unless I'm missing something.
Tyler Might depend on the production, then - looked around for a bit and found that some use specially-made blank guns with a lighter bolt (because why not, I guess), while others do use the BFA. Guess it’s just not as strong when the projectile is wooden/paper wad?
Right, but don't movies use the BFA? I was watching something with Larry Vickers and he showed the end of the muzzle which was threaded internally for a blank adaptor to thread into. Which would then lead me to believe you would have cyclic mass at that point. I still realize it's not even close to an actual round being fired.
There's two things, what the shooting world calls them and what the law/ATF calls them. Most people in the shooting world use more accurate and correct terms like suppressor. The terms that the general public use are usually from laws which are generally used to sensationalize something to be banned or regulated (ASSAULT WEAPONS, SILENCERS!).
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.