What happened to revolvers

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    what hasn't happened to revolvers

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What a stupid thread.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      bro all the threads today were garbage, this is just par for the course
      did have fun kekking at the Novorossiysk friendly fire atrocity from earlier today, tho

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      sunday afternoons/evenings tend to a see a surge of shit threads

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >The One Man who has a Right to Use it, and who Never Knows How
    kek

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I never knew America lived rent free in european heads as far as the 1800s.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Inspired the French Revolution (and, by extension, the Mexican Revolution)
      >Stood up to pirates who had been terrorizing Europeans for centuries
      >Bought a bunch of land from Napoleon that funded his wars in Europe
      >Stood toe-to-toe with the British Navy in 1812-1814
      >Opened global trade with Japan after 200 years of isolation
      >While all of this was happening, was an economic powerhouse that dominated the sugar, cotton, and tobacco trades
      Gee, I wonder why...

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Inspired the French Revolution
        After getting independent thanks to France
        >Stood up to pirates who had been terrorizing Europeans for centuries
        France did that, that's why Algeria was colonized.
        a bunch of land from Napoleon that funded his wars in Europe
        A bunch of land = a huge part of the central and western part of the current US map

        It's all so tiresome.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Spotted the Frog

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Yes.

            >a bunch of land = eurogay cope
            The louisiana purchase was the single largest land purchase in history.
            >independence thanks to frogs
            In part, the frogs helped, especially their navy.
            I do know that Parisian enlightenment had influenced a lot of how our government was formed and the constitution. However the percieved success of the American Republic did embolden radical republicans in France.
            Not sure about piracy but at least around the time of the colonies we were a partial contributor to piracy, in response to British mercantilism. I know Jefferson considered building a navy to deal with piracy in the Mediterranean but I am not sure about what might have developed later.
            We certainly were not the most powerful western nation until after WWII (you could maybe make a case for post-WWI) for almost all of the 1800s we were less industrialised and had a less advanced military than Europeans or even Mexico, however we were successful against much stronger militaries due to our resources and geographic isolation.

            >In part, the frogs helped, especially their navy.
            There were more French soldiers at the battle of Yorktown than American soldiers.
            Were all the French soldiers a bunch of 3 feet tall midgets armed with BB guns and dildos, and the American minutemen all uber big dicked gigachad supermen riding an army of laser-firing cyber T-rex?
            Genuinely asking because I'm sure somebody is going to offer us a new cope about comparative height and accuracy with a flintlock of both populations proving that blah blah blah with some made up source as proof.
            >I do know that Parisian enlightenment had influenced a lot of how our government was formed and the constitution. However the percieved success of the American Republic did embolden radical republicans in France.
            Yes. Then the same enlightened became embroiled in internal struggle during the French revolution, which gave us the terror, and ultimately Napoleon. Great job. Not.
            As a result, we could have had a second amendment on steroids had they been a bit more ballsy, but alas we did not.
            >Not sure about piracy but at least around the time of the colonies we were a partial contributor to piracy, in response to British mercantilism.
            Oh please anon, the Americans did not capture a million slaves on European shores to sell them as sex objects to some goat frickers in the middle east, contrarily to what Turks did for 200 years.
            >I know Jefferson considered building a navy to deal with piracy in the Mediterranean
            The USS Constitution was one of these ships.
            >but I am not sure about what might have developed later.
            We'll never know without a time machine.
            >We certainly were not the most powerful western nation until after WWII (you could maybe make a case for post-WWI) for almost all of the 1800s we were less industrialised and had a less advanced military than Europeans or even Mexico, however we were successful against much stronger militaries due to our resources and geographic isolation.
            Agreed.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I know about Yorktown and the French Navy was a major contributing factor in that battle since it cut off British reinforcements. That battle would have been lost without the French Navy. That said foot soldierd were also vital but without that Naval voctory the outcome of that battle would likely look a lot different.
              The war lasted 6 years and the French did help but for the majority of the war it was more limited than at Yorktown.
              American Piracy of course happened closer to American waters and during the revolution the continental congress made letters of marque for privateers to attack British merchant ships. We contributed to piracy but were not by any means a major force in piracy.
              The French revolution and the resulting reign of terror was probably the greatest calamity in modern history possibly only outdone by some of the actions of Stalin. I don't know how you could improve on the 2nd amendment.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I don't know how you could improve on the 2nd amendment.
                By arming children and making everyone the national guard?
                The French Committee of Five presented 19 articles on August 19 1789, which got rejected, though many were kept as is in the real declaration of rights.
                The article 10 from Count Mirabeau specified:
                >Every citizen has the right to have weapons at home, and to use them, either for common defense or for his own defense, against any illegal aggression which would endanger the life, limbs, or freedom of 'one or more citizens
                This article was rejected although members of the committee had agreed the following:
                >the right declared in the not retained article X was evident in its nature, and one of the main guarantors of political and civil freedom that no other institution can replace.
                The Committee of Five then added:
                >it is impossible to imagine an aristocracy more terrible than that which would be established in a State, simply because one part of the citizens would be armed and the other would not be; that all contrary reasonings are futile sophisms contradicted by the facts, since no country is more peaceful and offers better police than those where the nation is armed
                Two years later, article 2 of Title IV of the Constitution of September 3, 1791 about the national guard said:
                >It (the public force) is made up of the army of land and sea; of the troop specially intended for the service of the interior; and subsidiarily active citizens, and their children able to bear arms, registered with the National Guard. The National Guards form neither a military body nor an institution in the State; they are the citizens themselves called to the service of the public force.
                Then the decree of the 19 July 1792 established:
                >all citizens must be provided with weapons of war, in order to repel with as much ease and promptitude the attacks of the internal and external enemies of their constitution
                There.
                What could have been.
                I want to go back.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >a bunch of land = eurogay cope
          The louisiana purchase was the single largest land purchase in history.
          >independence thanks to frogs
          In part, the frogs helped, especially their navy.
          I do know that Parisian enlightenment had influenced a lot of how our government was formed and the constitution. However the percieved success of the American Republic did embolden radical republicans in France.
          Not sure about piracy but at least around the time of the colonies we were a partial contributor to piracy, in response to British mercantilism. I know Jefferson considered building a navy to deal with piracy in the Mediterranean but I am not sure about what might have developed later.
          We certainly were not the most powerful western nation until after WWII (you could maybe make a case for post-WWI) for almost all of the 1800s we were less industrialised and had a less advanced military than Europeans or even Mexico, however we were successful against much stronger militaries due to our resources and geographic isolation.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Stood toe-to-toe with the British Navy in 1812-1814
        we punched above our weight but that's not the same as standing toe to toe, in fact it's the opposite.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          They swung first and we stood our ground. Even if they stood had and shoulders above us, our feet were on the same level, hence, "toe-to-toe"

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >They swung first and we stood our ground.
            moron, you tried to annex Canada and got your teeth kicked in.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >They swung first and we stood our ground
              The US started that war in the hope that they could get away with it while the French were occupying attention, and their navy only ever survived by running away from warships.

              >Be British
              >Kidnap Americans from merchant vessels
              >Act surprised when Americans try to kick you out of North America

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Stopping with the White House was the worst mistake in history, now we live in gay moron world and the gay morons are rewriting history again.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                And yet Bongland is even gayer than Burgerland, so mayhaps the best Anglos left for the New World.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                No, the mistake was not militarily backing the CSA, while granting them international recognition.
                The U.S could never be what it is if the south had succeeded, as Washington DC would not have the concentration of power that it does, after Lincoln got shilacked.
                This also would have changed the dynamic in Mexico and Brazil.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Kidnap Americans from merchant vessels
                >merchant vessels
                Look up the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair sometime.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >They swung first and we stood our ground
            The US started that war in the hope that they could get away with it while the French were occupying attention, and their navy only ever survived by running away from warships.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      its always been that way, take a look at any European subreddit. They view themselves as the philosophical bane of their existence like /misc/ does with israelites

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/ZbqjtjJ.jpeg

      its always been that way, take a look at any European subreddit. They view themselves as the philosophical bane of their existence like /misc/ does with israelites

      >Printed in NY
      Are you perchance illiterate

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Puck was an American magazine, moron.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Whines about euros
      >When the political comic is american
      Dumbass.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Divine Commission to Kill
    he just like me fr fr

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    me on the top left

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Literally the ideal operator stance. It's shame that police forces across the country have never seen gun use this excellent since the 1800s.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Where can I get a divine commission to kill? Do stores accept commissions from Roman or Greek gods or only Abrahamic religions?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Ask wendigoon to get you one

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        did he go by boogaloo boi or something at some point?

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    they revolved

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Twenty third post, best post

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