Do you ever just stick your penis in the chamber of your Deagle and close the slide?

gunrunnerhell:

South Korean Presidential Guard with the MP7 (This was taking during a training exercise for the Presidential Guard…basically South Korea’s Secret Service. Note that the MP7 is unloaded, no magazine is present. It’s not to say he forgot to put one in. He could just be in magazine transition or reloading while the picture was taken.)

gunrunnerhell:

South Korean Presidential Guard with the MP7 (This was taking during a training exercise for the Presidential Guard…basically South Korea’s Secret Service. Note that the MP7 is unloaded, no magazine is present. It’s not to say he forgot to put one in. He could just be in magazine transition or reloading while the picture was taken.)

gunrunnerhell:

H&K GMG (Grenade Machine Gun…when you absolutely have to know it’s made by H&K, they make a barrel cover. Love them or hate them, H&K makes some bad-ass weapons.)

gunrunnerhell:

H&K GMG (Grenade Machine Gun…when you absolutely have to know it’s made by H&K, they make a barrel cover. Love them or hate them, H&K makes some bad-ass weapons.)

mmxcvi2097:

Chiquita 

mmxcvi2097:

Chiquita 

cerebralzero:

Back in the day with my Samoryadnyi Karabin Simonova(sks). it was made at the  Tula factory in Russia in the 50’s and as all SKS’s are it’s chambered in 7.62x39mm(a round popularized by the AK-47)

cerebralzero:

Back in the day with my Samoryadnyi Karabin Simonova(sks). it was made at the  Tula factory in Russia in the 50’s and as all SKS’s are it’s chambered in 7.62x39mm(a round popularized by the AK-47)

cerebralzero:

this is about the only thing the Desert Eagle(also known as a Deagle) should be used for, other than this it is a complete piece of shit.

cerebralzero:

this is about the only thing the Desert Eagle(also known as a Deagle) should be used for, other than this it is a complete piece of shit.

cerebralzero:

The FG-42 is a battle rifle which I really like. It was produced in Germany in 1942 and  was intended for use by Fallschirmjägern(direct translation is Skyhunters, they are paratroopers) It’s chambered in 8mm, has a select fire switch to change between semi auto and full auto, and is fed by 10-20 round magazines. The two that are by themselves pictured above are the late war models, and the one that is seen with the Fallschirmjäger is an early war model. If ever given the chance I would proly sell one of my fingers to own an FG-42