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lirvilas 13th Oct 2020, 10:01 PM edit delete
lirvilas
looks like someone's gonna be bantha fodder before this chapter's over

(you can learn the damnedest things off Youtube)

edit: dammit I mislabeled this one, it's "115"

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Microraptor 13th Oct 2020, 10:56 PM edit delete reply
Microraptor
Seems like the MARSEC staff can't decide if he is a lunatic NRA supporting prepper or just some harmless cosplaying nerd...
lirvilas 14th Oct 2020, 7:52 AM edit delete reply
lirvilas
Eh, not many of us preppers waste our money on New York-based political slush funds.

And I think the question is whether it’s “envy” or “admiration”. That’s a very sexy (if crazy heavy) firearm no matter your political persuasion!
Jean_Q_Citizen 14th Oct 2020, 12:23 AM edit delete reply
Jean_Q_Citizen
Meh, I wouldn't worry too much.

Whatever he shoots at, he'll miss. It's part of the Stormtrooper Code.
lirvilas 14th Oct 2020, 7:51 AM edit delete reply
lirvilas
look it up on Youtube, the standard Imperial blaster rifle is based off a next-to-worthless submachine gun; you'd be more accurate with a salt shaker

sigpig 14th Oct 2020, 3:09 PM edit delete reply
sigpig
As someone who actually TRAINED on the Sterling SMG, I agree with your comment. However, it's the best room-clearing weapon ever invented: insert 30-rd 9mm magazine, cock weapon, select "auto", and simply throw it through the window/door. The seer in those things will release if a gnat farts on it, so impact with the floor/furniture/head will send it on a burst shooting everywhere due to the recoil and the weapon bouncing around. Think if it as a giant 9mm grenade...
Stilldown 14th Oct 2020, 1:32 AM edit delete reply
Stilldown
Looks like a MG34 to me.
lirvilas 14th Oct 2020, 7:04 AM edit delete reply
lirvilas
Ding ding ding we have a winner!
SchipLover 14th Oct 2020, 7:48 AM edit delete reply
SchipLover
My education continues.
lirvilas 14th Oct 2020, 7:59 AM edit delete reply
lirvilas
a damn shame that this comic is unaccredited!
SFCGaTor 14th Oct 2020, 11:32 AM edit delete reply
SFCGaTor
Yup MG34 light machine gun which was the first of its kind and used in many roles such as anti-personnel, anti-aircraft and even as a sniper rifle. Best of its kind for a time but was overly complex to produce and was superceded by the MG42 which, interestingly, is still in use by several countries today. Also of interest is how many ancient and modern weapons are modified for use in science fiction.