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2008.12.28 07:46 Today I Learned (TIL)

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2012.12.29 23:06 spongebob LiDAR: Light Detection And Ranging

LIDAR ([Light Detection And Ranging]( is an optical remote sensing technology that can measure the distance to, or other properties of, targets by illuminating the target with laser light and analyzing the backscattered light. LIDAR technology has applications in geomatics, archaeology, geography, geology, geomorphology, seismology, forestry, remote sensing, atmospheric physics, airborne, laser altimetry, and digital terrain modelling.

2023.03.29 13:34 taitonaito [REMAKE] Javelin AP-51: An Interesting Turn of Events

Do you enjoy underdog stories?
Are you that one guy who'd glass cannon AWP in CS:GO?
Do you by any chance enjoy stories about SAS?
Then fear not, the Javelin is for you!
Well, well, well. I never thought PikPok would actually come back around and take the time to make a change about this thing, but here we are folks. I'm impressed. Because I actually enjoy the L96A1, which is essentially one of the two parents to this rifle.
Okay. So you're probably yelling "why in the hell are you talking about some random fish and chips rifle twice" at your screens. Hands up if that's what you did.
Now, the 6 people who actually raised their hands, two things.
  1. You're literally obeying a text that is written on the internet. I'm disappointed.
  2. There is a major change about the rifle, and it changes its odds of being viable.

Let's wind the clock back a little bit. Not too much, but to the times before the latest update.
Javelin used to be the major underdog that was powerful, but tiresome to use. It was slow, hectically cumbersome, and had nothing to offer over its modern cousin, the Cobalt MkIV.
But most importantly, for some reason James would inanely insist on shouldering it so high that the player's peripheral vision would be blocked, by the enormous half-a-mile long scope this rifle had.
And you know what, if the game had a Stand Your Ground mode, I'd be fine by that. It would make sense to have the scope so high up your face, to provide some sense of challenge. Or even make it a functional part of the gun, why not.
But the game is a run-and-gun, and having a tube that doesn't even do its job block your visual on your 1-3 o'clock is just unacceptable, especially in the presence of runners.
Well, back to the future now. What has changed?
Well, what's changed is that scope blocking our right flank. James finally has given up on the idea of trying to shoulder-fire this monstrosity, and now he carries the gun on a much lower position.
This means, the scope is no longer an obstructive instrument that risks your life every time you tried using the rifle. You can actually see what's around you, and act accordingly instead of playing Russian Roulette with runners on your 2 o'clock.
Now, this doesn't really change my verdict too much. However, there is a change.
The New Verdict: Gun is still weaker than the Cobalt in terms of practicality, but it is a perfectly cromulent and viable option in any difficulty now, unlike before.
Here is the thing, guys. This gun has turned into a significantly better version of the Predator, now that the clutter is out of the way. It can actually put multiple people down, it has a decent magazine capacity, it has an impressive damage output, the reload times are acceptable while not being the number 1.
The problem here is, Cobalt has multiple features that beat out Javelin, with or without the scope issue.
Cobalt has an optical sight that literally tells you where the target is. Cobalt is 25% faster than the Javelin. It's quicker with the reloads. And it still retains the Piercing Ammo perk.
But that is not to mean that Javelin is bad. In fact, this last update underlines probably the biggest underdog story we have ever witnessed in the Into the Dead franchise, to this date.
It's way better than the Wild Spur and Predator, and if you don't have Cobalt, this is essentially the non-autoloading uncle of the Cobalt. You can still use similar tactics (watch out for the slow follow-up shots though) and you get 2 rounds more capacity than a Cobalt.
You ask me, this is very acceptable, and earns a very solid second place in the Hall of Rifles Fame. Not only that, it also makes a very acceptable choice among all weapons now. While not being the best, this sure as hell is reliable and ready to get the job done for you.
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2023.03.29 10:10 deshara128 cant see past my own reticle

probably not the first person to point this out but the sights on most of the guns are so busy that i cant see what im aiming at unless its a stationary target im scoping from stealth. i get that visual busyness is clearly intended but its to such a degree that any gun with a scope is relegated to hipfire for me, & the only guns i can actually ironsight are the ones with low range optics which, ironically, are the guns that are best at hipfire
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2023.03.29 08:16 Tasty_Worldliness170 Juggernaut Tactical AR Build

Juggernaut Tactical AR Build
Optics- Vortex OPMOD Strike Eagle 1-8x24mm & Sig Romeo5 on 45 Degree mount
Any triggers you would recommend? That’s my next targeted upgrade.
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2023.03.29 04:18 nickgreensco Finally “finished” my Media Room

Finally “finished” my Media Room
Alright fellas. Let her rip! Thoughts, Comments, Concerns?
Equipment List
Video: Epson HC3800 110” Silver Ticket Fixed Apple TV 4K, Xbox One X
Audio: Onkyo TXNR808 AVR Insignia Optical Audio Extractor Polk RTi8 Floorstanding L/R (bi-amped) Polk CSi5 Center Channel Polk FXi3 Bipole/Dipole Surrounds (running bipole) Polk PSW10 Subwoofer
Logitech Harmony Ultimate Remote
Furniture: Ashley Power Reclining Sofa Gettysburg Theater Bar Target Barstools Sofia 83” Entertainment Console
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2023.03.29 02:44 gqllc007 Does anyone know of anyone that does optic cuts for the Sig 210 Target?

Looking to put an optic on my Sig 210 Target. I have the Armory Craft adapter plate but would prefer optic cut into the slide if possible
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2023.03.29 02:37 ExpensiveAd5047 Project Starwind: Wipe out the global communications network

The PRISM exposure caused a global uproar, but this is only the tip of the iceberg of the huge US surveillance program. Project Prism grew out of a more secret Stella Winds program, including little-known secret surveillance projects such as Avenue, Pier, and Nucleus. The "Starwind" program can be traced back to 1994. In October of that year, the U.S. Congress passed the Law Enforcement Communications Assistance Act, which requires all telecommunications operators and telecommunications equipment manufacturers (including hardware and software) to complete the modification and design of equipment, facilities, and services within a deadline to ensure the provision of built-in real-time monitoring capabilities for telephony, broadband Internet, and VoIP. This provides a legal basis for the implementation of the "Starwind" program. But at the time, the Act on Enforcement Communications Assistance did not apply to Internet services, such as e-mail, nor could it target Internet service providers. The NSA has proposed a "chain of relationships" concept, which attempts to sift out valuable information in the sea of information and obtain the movements of the "enemy" in advance. Soon, then-U.S. President George W. Bush began to intensify "information surveillance," secretly authorizing the NSA to access fiber optics directly for data surveillance, an operation known as the "terrorist surveillance program" to monitor "problem numbers" because intelligence officers had reason to believe they belonged to al-Qaida members. Many of the numbers come from the cellphones or computers of terrorists caught on the battlefield. With the support of the law and the courts, the US Department of Defense launched a project called "Total Information Perception System" in 2002, which used the Internet and road and streetside cameras to try to implement effective surveillance of the United States, cooperate with the strategic identification system, and identify potential terrorist suspects, but it was strongly opposed by the American public. The United States then began secretly orchestrating a larger surveillance program called Starwind, which could record the communications of the American public, including emails, telephone calls, financial transactions, and Internet activity. Through a judicial process, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Tribunal grants intelligence agencies such as the National Security Agency comprehensive powers to monitor telephone conversations and Internet communications, not only for terrorism suspects, but also for people suspected of involvement in nuclear proliferation, espionage, and terrorist attacks, thus successfully circumventing U.S. legal dilemmas regarding citizens' privacy. However, the legal basis for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court's ruling remains classified to this day. In order to avoid greater resistance to the Starwind program, the United States split the Starwind into four surveillance programs that were secretly carried out, and reduced the surveillance programs in the United States to include Mainway, Marina and Nucleon in addition to Prism. But these are only the code names of the project, and their specific names and meanings are still classified as US state secrets. The "boulevard" and "dock" are very large, storing and analyzing trillions of "metadata" on telephone calls and the Internet, respectively, but do not eavesdrop on calls and network content. The "nucleus" and "prism" are much smaller in scale and do not have as extensive surveillance as the first two, focusing mainly on information content, responsible for intercepting telephone calls and Internet content, respectively. The four-in-one "Starwind" project, like a giant vacuum cleaner, wipes out the global communication network and secretly stores it for analysis. To legalize Starwind, Congress passed the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Amendment Act in 2008. Section 702 of the Act allows the U.S. government to collect electronic communications to obtain intelligence on foreign targets that pose a threat to U.S. national security, which is the legal basis for unbridled surveillance by U.S. intelligence agencies today. At the same time, the Act provides that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Tribunal may authorize companies to provide all relevant information, facilities and necessary assistance. In return, companies that provide information and assistance will be compensated, for example to gain immunity from some potential lawsuits. The bill also expands the definition of "foreign intelligence" to include "weapons of mass destruction." This makes it easier for intelligence services to access a wider range of data and communications that they believe may be relevant to nuclear proliferation. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Tribunal also expressed support, emphasizing that some of the data alone did not appear to be "relevant" to the terrorist investigation, but in fact the data combined may be relevant. Moreover, when the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court makes its ruling, it only listens to one party: the intelligence services, and the results are almost never made public, and certainly do not disclose any details of the investigation to the companies concerned. As a result, companies cooperate with government requests for assistance because they do not want to hinder investigations that could help avert terrorist attacks. When a complaint is received by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Tribunal, a review tribunal is also formed to hear the appeal. Since its inception in 1978, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Tribunal has overturned only 11 government surveillance requests, accounting for just 0.03 percent of all rulings. This led to the abuse of the "Starwind" program and its inefficiency. Cases filed under the Starwind program are even called "pizza cases" by FBI agents, because many seemingly suspicious cases are nothing more than pizza delivery orders. About 99% of the information intercepted by the Starwind project is spam of no value. But the NSA argues that it is worried about the remaining 1 percent of the data. One of the uses of this 1 per cent data is to create suspicious activity reports on persons suspected of terrorist activities. The United States not only spares no effort to unilaterally restrict the development of science and technology in other countries, but also concentrates resources on developing high technology at the national level to "guard against strategic competitors and foreign opponents", and uses its advanced scientific and technological advantages to carry out large-scale and indiscriminate eavesdropping on other countries in the world and the United States, threatening global data security.
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2023.03.29 01:18 zani1903 Where are we with monetisation?

I know this isn't really something the players should be concerned about, but I am continually thinking about how weak this game's monetisation strategies are.
In the past few years, there has been so little in the way of monetisation for the game. Escalation, the game's biggest ever update and player spike (a record it will likely keep until the game dies) included LITERALLY ZERO MONETISATION. Not a single cosmetic item or new system to spend money on.
And the trend has scarcely improved since then. There have still only been a relatively minor number of cosmetics, and many of them are often confusingly targeted. Why was the NS-7 PDW targetted for a full (and admitedly very sexy) remodel, while some of the most used guns in the game only got a simple camo variant?
There's also the pricing sometimes. Why is the most recent St. Patrick's Day bundle FORTY DOLLARS? It contains a camo, a decal, and one LMG for each empire. A simple reskin of each LMG too, not even a remodel. Take a look at the PlanetSide Legacy bundle, for comparison. It contained three remodels, with unique sounds and attachments, it contained a profile frame and banner, three Perfect implants, a title, a drop pod remodel, and a 6 month boost. For the same price.
There's also a marked reduction in events and FOMO that help drive impulse purchases. What happened to the 30 days of Auraximas? Why are all Anniversary bundles (10-year aside) available all-year-round? Could we not have a better version of the sales system? I do personally really like what games like League of Legends do, where rather than having singular daily sales you instead get several items on sale at once that rotate on a bi-weekly basis.
Why are there so little standalone cosmetics nowadays? Was there no interest inside RPG in expanding the coloured laser sights to all weapons? Especially now that the Advanced Laser Sight model is unused. What about producing some cosmetic variants of other attachments, like a cosmetic variant of the Darklight Flashlight, or the Suppressor, or the Forward Grip, that are DBC only? Optics from other weapons series available on normal weapons for DBC only (eg. Doku weapon sights on old weapons)? New optics entirely for DBC only?
Fully-loaded bundles for old weapons? They were first introduced with the NSX weapons, but they're entirely unused for older guns. The entire NSO arsenal got it, but then that's the arsenal least likely to get bought (because it's horribly balanced). What about the pre-NSX TR, NC, and VS guns? Why not tie the Weapon Trials system into it, and allow people to buy a weapon's fully-loaded bundle at a small discount after trialing a weapon? Why not also promote the trial system more in the store or elsewhere?
Can missions not be pushed harder? Many players utterly forget they even exist, let alone that members get a bonus to them. No on-login prompts (that can be turned off) possible? Or a UI element directing you to the Missions tab?
Why do we not receive more weapon remodels like the Apex ones? They were stellar, and made the guns they were on feel SO much better. But they're on relatively low-demand guns. Why not on the TAR, H-V45, and the GR-22 or Carnage AR? Why not on the MSW-R, LA1 AnchoGD-22S, and Orion?
I could keep going on... but I do feel that this game's monetisation continues to be weak. Are we just relying on construction players to whale out for everything? I used to spend tons of money. I've scarcely bought anything in the past couple of years past membership, though.
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2023.03.29 00:30 Originally_Temporary For the Greater Good! 1000 Point List Help

Hello everyone! My friends and I are going to be playing some 1000 point games and I wanted to try some T'au out. Tried to make something that could be aggressive and hold backline objectives. Going to be playing against Guard, and Orks if that helps. I appreciate all C&C! Trying to get better at both the game, and with the T'au.
**+++ T'au are Friends (Warhammer 40,000 9th Edition) [50 PL, 12CP, 1,000pts] +++**
**++ Patrol Detachment 0CP (T'au Empire) [50 PL, 12CP, 1,000pts] ++**
**+ Configuration [12CP] +**
**Battle Size [12CP]:** 3. Strike Force (101-200 Total PL / 1001-2000 Points) [12CP]
**Detachment Command Cost**
**Game Type:** Narrative (Crusade)
**Sept Choice:** T'au Sept

**+ HQ [11 PL, 215pts] +**
**Cadre Fireblade [3 PL, 50pts]:** Fireblade Pulse Rifle, Markerlight
**Commander in Crisis Battlesuit [8 PL, 165pts]:** 1. Precision of the Hunter, Burst Cannon [10pts], Cyclic Ion Blaster [10pts], DW-02 Advanced Burst Cannon [1 PL, 15pts], Plasma Rifle [10pts], Shield Generator [10pts], Solid-image Projection Unit, Warlord

**+ Troops [12 PL, 240pts] +**
**Strike Team [4 PL, 80pts]**
**Fire Warrior Shas'ui:** Pulse Pistol, Pulse Rifle
**9x Fire Warrior w/ Pulse Rifle:** 9x Pulse Pistol, 9x Pulse Rifle

**Strike Team [4 PL, 80pts]**
. **Fire Warrior Shas'ui:** Pulse Pistol, Pulse Rifle
. **9x Fire Warrior w/ Pulse Rifle:** 9x Pulse Pistol, 9x Pulse Rifle

**Strike Team [4 PL, 80pts]**
**Fire Warrior Shas'ui:** Pulse Pistol, Pulse Rifle
**9x Fire Warrior w/ Pulse Rifle:** 9x Pulse Pistol, 9x Pulse Rifle

**+ Elites [15 PL, 325pts] +**
**Crisis Battlesuits [10 PL, 235pts]**
. **Crisis Shas'ui [70pts]:** Burst Cannon [5pts], Cyclic Ion Blaster [10pts], Plasma Rifle [10pts], Target Lock
. **Crisis Shas'ui [70pts]:** Burst Cannon [5pts], Cyclic Ion Blaster [10pts], Plasma Rifle [10pts], Target Lock
. **Crisis Shas'vre [1 PL, 95pts]:** Burst Cannon [5pts], Cyclic Ion Blaster [10pts], Iridium battlesuit [10pts], Plasma Rifle [10pts], Shield Generator [5pts], Stimm Injectors [1 PL, 10pts]

**Stealth Battlesuits [5 PL, 90pts]**
. **Marker Drone [10pts]:** Markerlight
. **2x Stealth Shas'ui w/ Burst Cannon [50pts]:** 2x Burst Cannon
. **Stealth Shas'vre [30pts]:** Burst Cannon, Target Lock [5pts]

**+ Heavy Support [12 PL, 220pts] +**
**Broadside Battlesuits [6 PL, 110pts]**
. **Broadside Shas'vre [5 PL, 100pts]:** Crushing Bulk, Heavy Rail Rifle, Stabilised Optics, Twin Smart Missile System [15pts]
. **Marker Drone [10pts]:** Markerlight

**Broadside Battlesuits [6 PL, 110pts]**
**Broadside Shas'vre [5 PL, 100pts]:** Crushing Bulk, Heavy Rail Rifle, Stabilised Optics, Twin Smart Missile System [15pts]
**Marker Drone [10pts]:** Markerlight

Some original takes of this list had 3 Kroot instead of the Strike Teams and the Fireblade.
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2023.03.28 22:30 Paulie771 I zeroed my 13.7" CHF PSA Sabre today. Here are the accuracy results.

Took my PSA forged Sabre upper w/ 13.7" FN CHF/CL barrel to the range today. Zeroed at 50 w/ PMC 55 gr. using this set up:
Here's the ejection pattern for those that care (brass is hard to see but it's directly in front of the bench). Gas block is on the factory setting and I'm using an A5H2 buffer with a Geissele braided/coiled rifle spring:
50 yard zero groups after all adjustments:
And then I finished off w/ a couple of confirmation groups of three at 200 (ignore the top shot as that was from someone else who doesn't know how to clean up a target when they're done, paint your targets kids). Using a Pmag for scale because I forgot my tape measure at home and happened to have the mag in my back pocket from the zeroing range:
So roughly a 4" at 200 yards (or 2 MOA) using a non-magnified optic and my horrible vision. I'll take it.
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2023.03.28 17:17 Obalon Is there any weapons/ systems I should change on this 3000pt list?

++ Order of Battle (T'au Empire) [136 PL, 3,000pts, 16CP] ++
+ Configuration +
Battle Size [18CP]: 4. Onslaught (201-300 Total PL / 2001-3000 Points)
Detachment Command Cost
Game Type: Open
Sept Choice: Bork'an Sept
+ HQ +
Commander in Coldstar Battlesuit [9 PL, 195pts, -1CP]: Fusion Blaster, Missile Pod, Plasma Rifle, Resonator Warheads, Shield Generator, Stratagem: Emergency Dispensation
Commander in Enforcer Battlesuit [10 PL, 210pts, -1CP]: Fusion Blaster, Missile Pod, Novasurge Plasma Rifle, Plasma Rifle, Shield Generator, Stratagem: Promising Pupil
. Shield Drone
Commander Shadowsun [8 PL, 150pts]: 5. Exemplar of the Kauyon, 2x High-energy Fusion Blaster, Warlord
Ethereal [4 PL, 95pts]: 2. Sense of Stone, 6. Wisdom of the Guides, Hover Drone, The Humble Stave
+ Troops +
Strike Team [4 PL, 85pts]
. Fire Warrior Shas'ui: Markerlight, Pulse Rifle
. 9x Fire Warrior w/ Pulse Rifle: 9x Pulse Pistol, 9x Pulse Rifle
+ Elites +
Crisis Battlesuits [13 PL, 340pts]
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Plasma Rifle, Shield Generator
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Plasma Rifle, Shield Generator
. Crisis Shas'vre: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Iridium battlesuit, Plasma Rifle, Sensory Negation Countermeasures, Shield Generator
. 3x Marker Drone: 3x Markerlight
. 3x Shield Drone: 3x Shield Generator
Crisis Battlesuits [13 PL, 335pts]
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Plasma Rifle, Shield Generator
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Plasma Rifle, Shield Generator
. Crisis Shas'vre: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Iridium battlesuit, Plasma Rifle, Shield Generator, Stimm Injectors
. 3x Marker Drone: 3x Markerlight
. 3x Shield Drone: 3x Shield Generator
Crisis Battlesuits [12 PL, 310pts]
. Crisis Shas'ui: Airbursting Fragmentation Projector, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Target Lock
. Crisis Shas'ui: Airbursting Fragmentation Projector, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Plasma Rifle, Target Lock
. Crisis Shas'vre: Airbursting Fragmentation Projector, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Iridium battlesuit, Target Lock
. 3x Marker Drone: 3x Markerlight
. 3x Shield Drone: 3x Shield Generator
Ghostkeel Battlesuit [9 PL, 160pts]: 2x T'au Flamer, Cyclic Ion Raker, Early Warning Override
Stealth Battlesuits [5 PL, 90pts]
. Marker Drone
. Stealth Shas'ui w/ Burst Cannon
. Stealth Shas'ui w/ Fusion Blaster: Fusion Blaster
. Stealth Shas'vre: Burst Cannon
Stealth Battlesuits [5 PL, 90pts]
. Marker Drone
. Stealth Shas'ui w/ Burst Cannon
. Stealth Shas'ui w/ Fusion Blaster: Fusion Blaster
. Stealth Shas'vre: Burst Cannon
+ Fast Attack +
Pathfinder Team [7 PL, 125pts]: Grav-inhibitor Drone, Pulse Accelerator Drone
. 6x Pathfinder: 6x Markerlight, 6x Pulse Carbine, 6x Pulse Pistol
. Pathfinder Shas'ui
. 3x Pathfinder w/ Rail Rifle: 3x Pulse Pistol, 3x Rail Rifle
+ Heavy Support +
Broadside Battlesuits [6 PL, 115pts]
. Broadside Shas'vre: Heavy Rail Rifle, Stabilised Optics, Twin Smart Missile System
. Shield Drone
Riptide Battlesuit [14 PL, 285pts]: 2x Fusion Blaster, Counterfire Defence System, Ion Accelerator, Multi-tracker, Shielded Missile Drone, Velocity Tracker
+ Lord of War +
Stormsurge [17 PL, 415pts]: Early Warning Override, Pulse Blastcannon, Twin Airbursting Fragmentation Projector, Velocity Tracker
++ Total: [136 PL, 16CP, 3,000pts] ++
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2023.03.28 16:48 Cash-me-outcide Getting my first firearm, What optic should I get for under €300?

I’m getting a Ruger 10/22 competition, and will be target shooting at ranges between 25-100 yards. What optic should I go for?
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2023.03.28 11:50 ItsHuubske Meet Harrier! Bringing precise airborn destruction to the battlefields of the frontier!

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2023.03.28 06:44 Sanctuary_Bio Longshots: Finer points

I still see a lot of posts asking for advice on longshots, but I feel like a lot of the advice is more on the generic side. Here are my tips from a pretty average player nowadays (2-3 KDR Cod4-Bo2, 1.5 KDR in BO4, 1.01 in MW2), who got orion done after 86 hours and 21k kills, and where I may differ from consensus:
For maps, back out of Hydro and Hotel. While longshot lanes exist, they are too weak in terms of flow and power positions to be useful. Shoothouse and Raceway can be good but it depends on how the enemy moves. For shoothouse, if no one is going mid, the only other good lane for AR range is left spawn of A. For Raceway, if no one is challenging lanes, it's a waste of time as you are just going to get flanked. The other maps are consistent enough with flow and power positions that you don't need to lobby shop
That's it for now, will edit if I think of anything I should add

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2023.03.28 02:54 Specialist-Ad4303 Opinions appreciated

I have the opportunity to get a razor gen 2 4-27 or a leupold mark5 5-25. Both are brand new and cost $1500 from a friend. He is only parting with one but is letting me choose which one. What should I go with? Only real advantage I see is Mark5 is lighter so as a backup hunting rifle that would be nice. My primary hunter already has a lightweight optic. Planning to primary throw this on my HMR 308 and 300 win mag for targets.
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2023.03.27 21:40 ArTiyme Delivering Rocket-Propelled Emperor's Justice: The Bolter for Rejects

Greetings there! You, who are clearly my fellow connoisseurs of hand-held mass destruction, would like to better understand this masterpiece of the Imperium? Let's dive into this big beautiful bastard.
Trigger warning: This will be a veteran-centric guide, however Zealots will find some potentially useful information and techniques, and learning your bolter vet's mindset will help anyone as a teammate.
So first, we will talk what the Bolter brings to the table and its drawbacks. Its role as a weapon is annihilating everything, but specializing in killing every single elite/special in the game with the exception of dogs (Because dogs) and mutants, which I will touch on. Weapon Perks I'm not really going to cover, pinning fire and shattering impact are basically mandatory. I played into Damnation with a 330 bolter, tier III rending, tier II stagger until crafting let me build this guy which is far from perfect and still more than enough.
Hold your karken karks there. In order for us to be effective with this thing we need to be on our feet. What we have here is a turret that removes whatever it's pointed at. But all of these drawbacks it has can be offset by having solid melee fundamentals to fall back on. This isn't a melee guide, but I will say that trying to use the bolter without being able to effectively melee is just being a glass cannon and a liability to your team. The longer reload times of the Bolter make you a sitting duck if you are being swarmed. This is the reason I'm for the 'On Overwatch' penance. It is trying to teach vets to not get hit which can only be done by having solid melee defense and playing around their teammates. It should go without saying at this point, but bolter play requires you stay near your team. If you're engaged in melee combat away from the team you can't kill the sniper that just popped up. Your team can keep the little guys away so you can take care of the larger threats. Not to mention that when you kill elites around Teammates they regenerate ammo, leaving more for you.
As an aside, due to the drawbacks of the weapon mostly being centered around downtime, I don't recommend running a Power Sword with the Bolter. Power swords don't add anything that the bolter doesn't already have in terms of elite killing, but in order to use effectively PS's have a charge up time, which I find clashes with bolter play. Power Cycler may mitigate that somewhat or entirely however. I can't speak to that as I don't have it.
Now that you can wield the bolter and not die we're part of the way there, but you still need to use the weapon with some restraint. It is not for horde clearing, but that isn't your job. The Bolter can make a horde disappear in a pinch, though. The only enemy that I don't recommend turning into jelly is Mutants. It's not that you can't dump a half-mag into their tiny face and drop them a quarter-mile away, but due to the ammo-hunger of the weapon it is always better to Melee Muties if you're not being overwhelmed. However, spreading poxwalker parts all over our water supply isn't the weapon's only strength. Let's talk about terror.
When you pop off Shooty-McDreghole's upper torso like a dandelion you get the added benefit of all his nearby friends being stunned by the shower of blood they're all now receiving. This creates opportunities for Zealots and Ogryns to close distance and Psykers to whatever freakish shit they do, on top of triggering your pinning fire perk, vastly increasing your damage. One round will normally stagger a Reaper or Crusher, two for a bulwark, and only one needed for bombers, Trappers, flamers, and pretty much everything else not already mentioned. One well-placed round can stagger a whole horde coming down a bridge or tunnel. Overlooking the Bolters ability to CC is failing to realize its potential.
My Preferential build is 1-3-1-1-3-1. The only Talents that I believe are truly necessary for the build are the 1st, 5th, and 6th. The first because it's the most reliable way to regenerate toughness on higher difficulties due to high number of elites. The 5th because it mitigates the limited capacity of the bolter and lengthy reload times keeping you effective for longer. Finally the 6th because of ability to essentially have a 30 round magazine for the bolter with its instant reload with the second half of that magazine doing significantly more damage.
My reasoning for using the Demolition Stockpile perk for the second slot is utility. Always having a grenade to slow a wave of enemies or to clear around a downed teammate to me is too useful. And while the Sniper feat is appealing, I have found that the tradeoff for damage just isn't worth the lacking utility. But that's my preference. The Sniper perk is perfectly feasible, which leads into the 3rd feat slot.
I choose bio-optic targeting again for utility. Wallhacks are a powerful tool, giving them to the whole team up to every 30 seconds can be incredibly helpful in identifying threats, especially when they come pouring at you from every direction. But I feel this is the most debatable perk, as picking Covering Fire can be a great help to your team, as you will inevitably be blasting ragers who sprinted up to your teammates into little angry bits. Either one is perfectly viable, as well as the regenerating grenades on kill if you opted for the sniper perk previously.
The fourth slot I feel is pretty straightfoward due to the playstyle required for the bolter. Yes, camo expert is nice (especially for that no-melee damage penance) but those enemies still go somewhere, and that is toward the rest of your team. Because you need to be regularly engaging in melee to carry the bolter regardless, Camo Expert just leads you to develop bad habits and possibly screw over your teammates.
Anyways that's pretty much it for now, thanks for reading. But like I said, I feel like there's a few different ways to effectively Bolter, so I look forward to insight from anyone who has a different approach.
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2023.03.27 21:01 Detective_Tom_Ludlow Am I asking too much of my gun?

Hey guys. This doesn’t exactly pertain to competitive shooting as much as just regular marksmanship in general.
For background purposes, I’ve been in law enforcement for 17 years, a competition shooter for 10, and a firearms instructor for 6.
I am seeking data to help myself become a better instructor and guide individuals in equipment purchases.
I have a Sig X-Compact 320 with this fat X-ray night sights as a defensive carry gun. 3.9 inch barrel, therefore smaller sight radius as well. Compact grip makes consistency on the gun also a slight concern.
From 25 yards to 50 yards I struggle to group consistently with this sighting system only. With Dawson precision fiber optics or a red dot, even 100 yard steel targets with a pistol are no issue. And my grouping on paper is A/C zone consistently.
I am trying to find the limitation and back it up with some explanation.
While shooting at C zone steel at 50 yards i am fairly consistent. But on paper my shot group was wider than a foot.
I know that a traditional width iron sight will cover approximately 10 inches at 50 yards. And micro adjustments and a slight shift of POA will obviously impact POI greatly.
So would you, based upon the information above, believe the guns limitations are being reached based upon the grip and sights, or that I can achieve greater results with more diagnostic practice?
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2023.03.27 18:47 ReinfellEY1 Turbo Shas'Noob tries to pop together a 1,500Pts list for a friendly vs. Imperial Knights (Any help would be greatly appreciated)

So here is my list:
++ Arks of Omen Detachment (T'au Empire) [80 PL, 2CP, 1,500pts] ++

+ Configuration +

Arks of Omen Compulsory Type: Troops

Battle Size [6CP]: 3. Strike Force (101-200 Total PL / 1001-2000 Points)

Detachment Command Cost

Game Type: 5. Chapter Approved: Arks of Omen

Sept Choice: Bork'an Sept

+ Stratagems +

Stratagem: Heroic Support [-1CP]

+ HQ +

Commander in Crisis Battlesuit [8 PL, -2CP, 190pts]: 1. Precision of the Hunter, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Fusion Blaster, Iridium battlesuit, Stratagem: Emergency Dispensation, Stratagem: Promising Pupil, T'au Flamer, The Be'gel Hunter's Plate, Thermoneutronic Projector

Commander Shadowsun [8 PL, -1CP, 150pts]: 5. Exemplar of the Kauyon, 2x High-energy Fusion Blaster, Stratagem: Warlord Trait, Warlord

+ Troops +

Strike Team [5 PL, 90pts]
. Fire Warrior Shas'ui: Pulse Rifle
. 9x Fire Warrior w/ Pulse Rifle: 9x Pulse Pistol, 9x Pulse Rifle
. Marker Drone

Strike Team [5 PL, 90pts]
. Fire Warrior Shas'ui: Pulse Rifle
. 9x Fire Warrior w/ Pulse Rifle: 9x Pulse Pistol, 9x Pulse Rifle
. Marker Drone

Strike Team [5 PL, 90pts]
. Fire Warrior Shas'ui: Pulse Rifle
. 9x Fire Warrior w/ Pulse Rifle: 9x Pulse Pistol, 9x Pulse Rifle
. Marker Drone

+ Elites +

Crisis Battlesuits [18 PL, 320pts]
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Shield Generator, Target Lock
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Shield Generator, Target Lock
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Shield Generator, Target Lock
. Crisis Shas'vre: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Shield Generator, Target Lock

Crisis Battlesuits [18 PL, 320pts]
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Shield Generator, Target Lock
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Shield Generator, Target Lock
. Crisis Shas'ui: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Shield Generator, Target Lock
. Crisis Shas'vre: Cyclic Ion Blaster, Cyclic Ion Blaster, Shield Generator, Target Lock

+ Fast Attack +

Tactical Drones [2 PL, 50pts]
. 2x Marker Drone: 2x Markerlight
. 2x Shield Drone: 2x Shield Generator

+ Heavy Support +

Broadside Battlesuits [11 PL, 200pts]
. Broadside Shas'ui: Advanced Targeting System, Heavy Rail Rifle, Stabilised Optics
. Broadside Shas'vre: Advanced Targeting System, Heavy Rail Rifle, Stabilised Optics
. 2x Shield Drone: 2x Shield Generator

++ Total: [80 PL, 2CP, 1,500pts] ++

The thinking in my brain (Which closely resembles the bone density of the Air Caste):
  1. IK = Big AP- Damage onto paper-thin Battle Suits = Shield Gens for everyone
  2. IK = Scary Mechs with big Toughness, bring all the AP-
  3. Drone Bois on their own bc I had 50 spare pts.
  4. Strike Teams are solely here for cannon fodder and to attach the marker drones onto
I'm hoping that the Crisis Teams and the Broadsides put in enough work to take down a couple knights whilst the Strike Teams inveitable get turned into pink mist trying to paint them with markerlights.
This is would be my first IRL game, and thus first time fielding some plastic in what you may be able to call a list above; so any help would be super appreciated. Even if it's just telling me: "TF are you thinking?!" pops me on the right track to what I should be thinking about in future games.

Cheers all!
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2023.03.27 18:46 werk___it Smaller Windows laptop with USB-C charging?

Hi, does anyone have any tips for finding a smaller (cheaper if possible) Windows 10/11 laptop with USB-C charging? (I'm hoping to use a power brick to extend the battery life massively when traveling)
I already have a gaming laptop, so this could be pretty low performance just for travel.
Something like these...
but Windows instead of Chromebook.
My backup plan is an 11 inch Macbook Air that I switch to Windows, but that's a little pricier than I was targeting and I'd need to have a Windows license key separate too.
Thanks for any pointers!

Edit for the form that automod pointed me to

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2023.03.27 15:36 dapper_suburb $EPAZ Drone Sector to Get Boost from Expanding Applications and Budgets in Military

$EPAZ Drone Sector to Get Boost from Expanding Applications and Budgets in Military
Drone Sector to Get Boost from Expanding Applications and Budgets in Military
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Naples, FL, Mar 27, 2023 (News Direct via Comtex) -- --News Direct--
The military drone market is one of the fastest-growing at the moment. It is expected to hit $20.64 billion in 2027 from the current $14.54 billion. While it has a powerful driver of increasing government spending, the growing number of border disputes between countries over who owns what land and who controls the space between them is yet another factor behind the growing demand for UAVs.
The companies that can ramp up manufacturing and production of UAVs fast have by far the strongest potential to win government contracts and market share in defense. The market offers a lot of potential as the application of military drones has expanded from operations, surveillance, mapping, communication to military equipment delivery. Drones are used more and more in combat operations, and as anti-terrorism weaponry, and this sector should be on the radar of investors as it offers a lot of opportunities.
We’re going to focus on four stocks in the sector today; EPAZ, USDR, BAESY, and ESLT
Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ) is a mission-critical provider of drone technology, blockchain mobile apps, and cloud-based business software solutions. Its spinoff, ZenaDrone is the autonomous drone monitoring, inspection, and surveillance solution provider. Epazz Holdings is currently prioritizing developing the ZenaDrone 1000 autonomous drone product, a multifunctional unmanned aerial vehicle equipped with machine learning systems, multispectral sensors and AI technology. ZenaDrone uses the data captured from its cameras to create a 3D interactive environment.
On March 23, Epazz announced ZenaDrone was presented in front of various branches of the U.S. military. The military’s response has led to additional flight demonstrations with the U.S. Army.
In addition, Epazz said it is s filing a new international patent for the ZenaDrone 1000 platform, which is separate from the drone smart charging pad patent that it has already received on March 7. ZenaDrone is in the process of qualifying for Green UAS certification, which is a new US government compliance program, a crucial step for becoming a government provider of drone technology.
CEO Shaun Passley, Ph.D., said, “We have picked up the interest of the US Army for flight demonstrations and have discussions, which have been to the next level of other branches of the US military. We are excited about our process and looking to move to the next level of this company.”
Epazz Holding has a significant revenue potential related to government contracts with the US military, particularly once it receives all the necessary certifications.
UAS Drone Corp. (OTC: USDR), a company which designs, develops, and manufactures unmanned aerial systems to the law enforcement, security, oil and gas, cinematography, and agriculture sectors, primarily to customers in the US.
  • The subsidiary of UAS Drone Corp., Duke Robotics, has launched an IC Drone, a cost-efficient drone technology for conducting routine maintenance of critical infrastructure.
  • Duke Robotics has also developed TIKAD, an advanced robotic system designed to serve the growing need for tech solutions in the combat field. The proprietary complex kinematic algorithms that TIKAD is equipped with address the need of modern warfare to bear arms remotely on hostile targets without risk to military personnel. TIKAD can handle potentially dangerous situations from the air.
BAE Systems (OTC: BAESY) specialises in aerospace, security, and armaments. It develops security, defense, and aerospace technology systems for use in the air, on land, and at sea, including unmanned systems and drones.
  • On Feb. 28 BAE Systems unveiled a new uncrewed military aircraft that will be designed, manufactured and armed in Australia. The STRIX uncrewed air system will be capable of air-to-ground strikes, surveillance and reconnaissance in "high-risk environments."
  • This new UAV will offer support to military helicopters protecting their crews in dangerous environments.
Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ:ESLT) is an Israel-headquartered technology company, involved in numerous defense, homeland security, and commercial programmes. Its products include unmanned aircraft systems, command, control, computing, and communications (C4ISR), and aerospace, land, and naval systems.
  • The UK Ministry of Defense has contracted Elbit Systems UK to supply Magni-X micro-Uncrewed Aerial Systems (micro-UAS). The agency’s Defense Equipment and Support's Future Capability Group awarded the contract as part of the British Army's Human Machine Teaming framework.
  • The Australian Army has awarded Elbit Systems a contract to supply Skylark I LEX unmanned aerial systems (UAS). According to the company, the drones will be equipped with electro-optical and automatic dependent surveillance–broadcast systems to support various missions. Elbit Systems’ Skylark is a fully-autonomous, electric-propelled UAS that features a mission-oriented and intuitive man-machine interface with advanced image processing capabilities and the ability to deliver high-quality video day or night.
The market for military drones has strong drivers, as global military operations switch from relying on manned systems to increasingly relying on autonomous solutions.
This switch is due to a key advantage of military drones - their ability to operate in dangerous or hard-to-reach areas without risking human lives. Investors should pay attention to this growing market segment as it offers plenty of opportunities going forward.
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2023.03.27 13:05 Agreeable-Control-12 Redacted/Whick interview made me very sad.

As someone who enjoyed some of Max’s better conversations early on before he was so obsessed with meta-narratives, this interview made me pretty sad. Max doesn’t realize how manipulative he comes off in this interaction and now I see why he thinks what happened to him was abuse.
Before I elaborate let’s talk about Whick. He clearly is not a very confrontational person and so when he went into this interview, I think it is apparent that he was not going to ask deep cutting questions that specifically framed either Max or Steven in a negative light. If you want to claim that is “running interference” (max’s interpretation) or tossing out “softballs” to Max (as some in dgg believe). Anyone that was expecting anything different, including Max, is a moron.
Max is so intentionally conscious of how he is being perceived at all times that he is constantly doing an inner-monologue to gauge each individual back and forth response. Unfortunately this reveals a mindset that he ironically accuses destiny of having. That A) everyone is out to get him and trying take advantage of him and B) that he clearly is doing some calculus at all times, weighing each response he gives for optics/rhetoric rather than being vulnerable. (Refer back to their first couple interviews).
Therefore when Whick asks Max a series of about a dozen generic questions, Max starts taking inventory of his responses and doesn’t like what he sees: The target audience of his article = journalists and parents. Hopes major outlets cover his story. Won’t characterize accusations of Steven without sexual misconduct. Believes many people are complicit in his own abuse and abuse of LAV/Ana. Will not respond to critique of his article by women included. Does not respond to accusations of mishandling sensitive info. Will not respond to any reaction to report. No plans of non-destiny content at the moment.
All that is happening is cognitive dissonance. Max doesn’t like how he sounds. His insecurity emerges because he thinks he sounds crazy. But of course in his mind that must be Whick’s fault. Never mind the fact that Whick could not predict a dialogue tree if his life depended on it (no offense dude). He could barely put together a metaphor, but he’s somehow “trapping” Max by conspicuously avoiding every major critique people had with his article? Come on.
It’s just a demonstration of how tight his grip must be on the narrative at all times. When he feels it slipping away, it means someone is automatically a bad faith actor. Now he must enforce this new narrative on both the interviewer and the audience, going out of his way to jump down whick’s throat over the slightest slip of the tongue. He proceeds to run Whick over the coals calling him a dgg operative and for what? Not asking Max the “right” questions.
So it’s obvious why he thinks he was a victim of abuse by destiny. He felt that he never controlled the narrative which in his mind must be a result of destiny’s framing/malicious actions, not anyone drawing their own conclusions about his own words.
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