So you know what you’re working!
This photoset brought to you by a real-live, beard-wearing MAN who has seen one too many fucking cats on this dashboard today.
I love this
Soldier of the USA 11th ACR with a Thompson submachine gun.
I don’t see anything from 11 ACR here, this guy is clearly wearing a 9th Infantry Division patch.
Someone pls explain to me this rotatey thing they do when reloading.
Quickly checking the ejection port to spot if it’s a malfunction that stopped the weapon or it’s just empty. Once discovering the weapon is empty the quick rotation in the opposite direction while drawing a fresh mag ejects the empty one with more force.
If you can’t feel and hear the difference between a malfunction and being empty, there’s something wrong with you.