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/k/ - Guns in general Anonymous Comrade 02/03/2020 (Mon) 11:24:19 No. 5906 [Reply] [Last]
Just don't talk about gun control
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best .357 or .38 snub nose revolver
>>16399 >This isn't true anymore. Any non-failing AR costs as much as a foreign AK. I fell for this bullshit and it got me hurt. I don't know anyone that got a cheap AR without huge problems. Define "cheap". A proper AK now goes for upwards of $1k, has little to no compatibility with optics, lights, lasers out of the box and magazines aren't as expensive, nor do they fit into most common gear. >5.45 Good luck finding a rifle in that caliber. With 7N6 being banned, you aren't going to find much. And 5.56 AKs either have special magazines or use plastic magwells that don't hold up. As for 5.56 being more generally accurate caliber, this is sort of true if only because you can get 77grn match ammo, but nobody is shooting that. The standard caliber currently in use is the M855A1, and that is definitely more accurate, though, again, good luck getting your hands on some and it will chew your feed ramps unless you get the new style magazines. Honestly, AKs are cool, but that's all they are. A good AR costs less in the long run.
There are only 300 win, 12 gauge and 6mm creedmoor up in ashland.
There are only 300 win, 12 gauge and 6mm creedmoor up in ashland.
>>10518 >They're just looking for self-defense. If that's the case, then just get yourself a good, concealable handgun Handguns are good for carrying obviously, but are pretty terrible for home defense situations. Rifles/shotguns are more accurate and are MUCH more likely to stop someone in a single shot than a handgun. There are countless horror stories of people unloading handguns into an assailant, only for the assailant to be mostly unaffected and keep charging them. Now obviously that's a rare occurrence, but that kind of shit will almost never happen with a rifle or shotgun.

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Avatar thread Anonymous Comrade 03/06/2020 (Fri) 21:29:09 No. 6738 [Reply] [Last]
Thread for discussing ATLA and LoK or rather analyzing both, appreciating the effort of creating the former and shitting on the lazy liberalism of the latter
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>>16575 How the fuck is azula 13? She looks 20.
>>16577 Being insane can age you a lot. Or so I’ve heard.
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>>16575 >I think most of the other people who watched the show thought that she was Zuko's older sister This is the first time I am learning this isn't true. According to the wiki Zuko was 16 and Azula 14 at the time of A:TLA. >she had always prided herself on that natural talent, cherished it like it was a birthrite and mandate This is actually a really interesting parallel between the whole divine right ideology and present day "gifted" kids who tend to have the same kind of problem. >This is why I like that specific scene from the show - its like the literal only time I think Azula is ever seen without her makeup. I think you're right, and it's funny how jarring it is. It's also not just about her being adult or being vulnerable - the lack of makeup makes her look more like Zuko too. The show's relationship with makeup is actually pretty interesting. It comes up multiple times, sometimes explicitly, like in Tales of Ba Sing Se when Katara and Toph get a makeover. The other cool example was from early in book 1 where we have a parallel between the Kyoshi makeup and the water tribe makeup highlighting the pretty arbitrary difference between masculine and feminine signifiers. It also establishes makeup as a motif associated with power. >>16578 Emotionally maybe, but it doesn't cause puberty to happen faster. I have known 14 year olds (male and female) who looked like adults though so it's not that unusual. Also IIRC people matured faster in the old days.
>>11040 >>11037 >sexualizing minors Kill yourselves, degenerates.
>>16581 no, is ok, cuties proved that CP is legal now

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D U N E Anonymous Comrade 09/09/2020 (Wed) 21:42:47 No. 15979 [Reply] [Last]
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>>16306 Only the first book is good
>>16306 Most of the series is trash. That’s why most people in modern day never compare it to being “LoTR for sci-fi”. Lensmen is better than every way.
pretty worried, but heh, at least they can do special effects now >>15980 shouldnt be too hard >>16279 yes, the fact he was a godlike being wasnt known at first, the bene gesserit basically just make up useful legend/religions on all planets they send their agents on, so they can be used later as political tools if needed, in a very cynical view. They don't litterally spell out their plan of ultimate messiah as religions >>16310 >>16314 hard disagree, although the first one is the best by far, the serie stay good and have plenty of great plot/philo until the death of leto. i'd even say you miss a lot dune concepts if you stop at first one
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How accurate is pic related? I want to read the good shit.
>>16184 >just that it's great material for a film adaptation It really isn't. Dune is frankly too cerebral and complex to be easily adapted, which is precisely why previous attempts have fallen flat.

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I'm thinking of ending things is a very liberal movie Anonymous Comrade 09/06/2020 (Sun) 19:34:48 No. 15787 [Reply] [Last]
I had to just vent this somewhere. Spoilers below of course. Overall this is a good movie, I think it did what it set out to do quite well, but it is basically a reactionary and insular view of existential dread and depression through aging. The director is actually very forthcoming about what the film is "really" about, so there isn't much interpretation except death of the author alternate versions of what the movie was about. Kaufman said the movie is mostly the fantasies of the janitor, who is kind of trying to escape his regret and depression by imagining a better life. But in the process, he is basically so depressed and broken that he can't even achieve that. Kaufman kind of suggests he is interested in a wider notion that it can't be achieved at all, but within the movie it is specifically the janitor who can't fantasize. His own fantasy girlfriend kind of looks down on him, isn't totally interested in him, wants to leave him. He can't decide what her name is, how they met, what her career is. He keeps changing his mind about what happens on the night that they go meet his parents. He even inserts himself into his own fantasy as a creep, when the girl and the janitor's younger self kiss in the car and suddenly the younger self notices the janitor peering at them and rages that there is a pervert watching them. Ultimately the movie ends with the janitor killing himself by getting in his car during the blizzard and not turning it on. So maybe it is obvious why this movie feels like it has a very liberal or even reactionary message, but I'll spell it out anyways. The director, Kaufman, is kind of a pretentious guy. I like a lot of his movies, but he is very concerned with existential crises and memory and identity and stuff. He is a good filmmaker, but I want to highlight how his focus is kind of idealist. I think he has very metaphysical notions of what drives human beings to behave and think the way they do, so to him this movie isn't about a depressed janitor so much as about the human condition. However, the movie is literally about a depressed janitor. Not only that, but the movie has several key lines in it that feel like they almost directly confront and endorse the concrete form the movie takes. Basically, the movie explores this guy's regret and depression by kind of suggesting that there is no resolution to it, it is just a part of the human condition to have regrets and fear aging. The viewer just watches it to feel the pain of the janitor and maybe cry about how cruel the universe is. In particular there is a line that is stated after the janitor goes in his car to die and starts hallucinating the pig with a maggot infested belly. This is a callback to earlier in the film when he tells his fantasy girlfriend that some pigs died on his farm a long time ago when the family found their bellies were infested with maggots, and they were being "eaten alive". So he hallucinates himself following the pig back into the school, and the pig reassures him that everything is going to be ok, we are all actually the same, and that he basically shouldn't fight his regret and depression because "somebody has to be the maggot infested pig". This is at the very end of the movie, maybe the last 15 minutes, and it feels like the capstone message to the whole thing. Ultimately what the movie is about is the regret and depression of an extremely unaccomplished and lonely man at the bottom of society, and the movie tells you "it's ok, this is just the way the universe works. You were just born as the maggot infested pig. But don't worry, we are all made of the same dirt". And then the audience nods and cries and says the movie was very deep. But the movie has a clear ideology. What is "sad" about the movie is the defeat of hope and the acceptance of that defeat. The movie isn't giving you any other message about suicide or even the wider context of this man's life. In fact, he really is barely a character for how indulgent it is of his mental state. He really is just a blank sad guy, and we get some glimpses into the fact he grew up on a farm or that his parents probably died of dementia, but nothing that is too revealing. We aren't really sure if he was even actually a physicist or he made that up as a part of his fantasy. He is just a sad old loser janitor guy. So it obfuscates a message of the acceptance of the existence of this kind of regret, defeat of hope, of people being able to continue living but being forgotten and neglected beyond their utility in their jobs at the bottom of society, and it just suggests that this is the eternal human condition. The pig directly tells him that somebody has to be in his situation, but he can basically take comfort in knowing that even the person he wishes he was would die and turn to the same dirt. And while there is some truth that again, everybody grapples with existential dread from aging, the concrete form the movie took was all revolving around these other themes. The guy was a loser, he was at the bottom of society, he was forgotten and socially neglected. So the concrete experience of the movie has become a bunch of people in the society that may produce this kind of person simply consuming a piece of media making them feel sad about it in a matter of fact way. Like it is a kind of emotionally or intellectually sophisticated piece of fiction that allows the liberal subject to view the horror of a person in their own world suffering from things very rooted in that world, and cry about it and say "it couldn't have been any other way, and understanding that makes me feel as though I've understood the universe".
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>>15852 Hoffa's tragedy is great material for a movie but they mostly squandered it, really did not need to be attached to a bad goodfellas redo.
>>15787 >This is at the very end of the movie, maybe the last 15 minutes, and it feels like the capstone message to the whole thing. Ultimately what the movie is about is the regret and depression of an extremely unaccomplished and lonely man at the bottom of society, and the movie tells you "it's ok, this is just the way the universe works. You were just born as the maggot infested pig. But don't worry, we are all made of the same dirt". And then the audience nods and cries and says the movie was very deep. No, it's not the movie telling you that, it's the janitor telling himself that, to justify his awful life. The pig is in his head.
It's ok. You don't have to fight it anymore.
What the maggot-infested pig hallucination says is not meant to be taken as the film's own position. It might as well be taken as the janitor's cynical self-hatred, saying it for the sake of hurting himself more. Or maybe it's a cope. IMO the whole film is clearly a collage of conflicting thoughts and emotions that the janitor can't control, and it's impossible to single one of them as the explanation for the rest. Maybe the point of the film is that we're inescapably pathetic, fake and delusional, which is also Kaufman's shtick in his other films it seems. If that's really the case then the film's point is very weak indeed. At best the film is an existential amusement park ride. Existentialism for the sake of dread, because that's what existentialists enjoy more than anything else.
YMS just did a summary on this movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv9Zv-rpWzs gotta say from what i've seen, looks like people are right and the pigs and things are his own self hatred, not so much an endorsement of the movie itself. That said, seems like a movie that's very individualistic and about self-reflection. Even under socialism, some people are just going to end up feeling subjectively unfulfilled and linger on 'what ifs' So it doesn't seem so bad to me in regard to capitalist ideology

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Anonymous Comrade 09/25/2020 (Fri) 23:40:42 No. 16535 [Reply] [Last]
What does /hobby/ smoke?
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>> 16567 It's not in the interest of communism to have you die way prematurely for a high that you can get through safe means. Admit it: you're just doing it for aesthetics; Hollywood said it looked 'cool'.
Not a fan of cancer and generally poor cariovascular health, so none.
>>16535 Mostly CBD weed. Sometimes THC weed. Both often mixed with tobacco and both only with friends.
>pure tobacco straight from the farm, no additives or chemicals >hookah/vapes, which do not create tar as a result of burning, being much healthier than smoke >sausage
>>16540 >ecigs / vape pens. DIY ejuice and rebuildable atomizers with a mod is is the way to go. Coils cost less than $0.01 and juice is about $0.35 per 100 mL at 6 mg nicotine. For around $100 I have enough supplies to last 5 years at 15 mL a day.

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Dindu Nuffin Anonymous Comrade 07/12/2020 (Sun) 01:41:38 No. 12060 [Reply] [Last]
ITT "villains" who did nothing wrong.
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>>14878 >implying parasites can't be sexy Have you see rich Hollywood women?
>>15765 Can't people just download the community-made subs and re-upload them themselves?
>>16554 >Future War 198X
>>15917 >literal fascist <the only villain with the ideology that the creators didn’t hate and in multiple times paint as good but misguided <the only villain that the creators didn’t debased with bullcrap to make their ideology illegitimate Fuck off retard. >>16122 >Spanish empire <not evil Back to the pit Spaniard christfag.
>>16559 >hurr Kuvira is fascist <ur a retard None of what you said is even remotely true faggot, this has been debunked on the vatar thread. >Muh Spanish EMPIRE!!!! Way to strawman the post faggot. 1) the posts states "villainous villain" all we know about him is that he hunted pirates because they killed his family members and he wanted to remove their terror 2) Just because he isn't "le epic socialist comrade" doesn't make him a non-villain in the story. The only reason we are given to not like him is because he's going after characters of the series that people have grown to like, such as Jack Sparrow.

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Films You Just Watched Thread Anonymous Comrade 02/20/2020 (Thu) 01:02:42 No. 6303 [Reply] [Last]
Hello, the most recent movie threads have seemed a bit unfocused, this thread is for the discussion of movies we just watched and other anon's takes on them. So, without further ado I'll begin. I just watched Parasite last night, it was pretty good I think, but not as cutting edge or witty as I was expecting. I thought it was a bit unfocused and threw a lot at the wall to see what stuck, but on the other hand, it was fun and more interesting than most. A solid 8/10. I do an IMDB rating for each film I watch, for my own reference mostly, but you can see each film I watched lately and my rating if you're curious or want to ask about them. If other anons have something similar feel free to post. https://www.imdb.com/user/ur46013471/ratings
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>>16254 I wasn't looking for differences at first, but the Criterion version clearly has more film grain, is much brighter overall and has muffled audio. I noticed all of this within the first 20 or so minutes of viewing. I came across a copy sourced from the 2016 remaster, and was just curious if anyone's seen it to compare. It's generally darker, has better audio, and includes what appears to be a new translation.
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Недавно я смотрел обзор на фильм 'Завод' от Быкого, и там препомнили работы Балабаного. От туда я вспомнил "Груз 200", пративнейший фильм и продукт своего времени. Многий кино-обзоршики, дейтили и даже 'народ' в Россий хвалят этот фильм за то чего он показывает "правду" в её 'идеи'. Лично я ненавижу это мразотное кино; после просмотра "Груз 200" мне стало физически тошно. Было противно и обидно видеть пустой фильм о пустой жизни пустых людей. "Груз 200" это анти-советский гротеск как *"Чистилище" Невзорова, 10 лет ранние; враньё и искажение времени и нравов. Копипаста Фолкнера, без указания его в сценарии, приврошёную в бредовую агитку в стиле "совок-кошмар". К примеру дата 1984г. это открыто ссылка на Орвелла и его дистопию. Любители обясняют вот как: "Скрытый" смысл фильма. Мать "мента" - старая погибающая форма СССР; "Мент", который не дает окончательно спиться матери - исполнительная власть погибающего государства; Молодая девушка, Анжелика - изнасилованная алкоголем (бутылкой) молодая Россия. Будущая Россия, (сам Балабанов это сказал актрисе на Кинотавре, "А ты знаешь что ты сыграла Россию?"; Погибший парень в Афгане - "мертвая" армия, которой так грозилась Анжелика (Россия). Образ восставшего народа - в конце когда жена расстрелянного самогонщика (образ простого народа, грезящим о светлом будущем, но ничего для этого не делающим) оставила ее с трупами - образ 90х, где Россия осталась с мертвой армией и убитым госаппаратом, а разваленный СССР (мать мента) абстрагировался от происходящего в соседней комнате (Аналогия с неуважаемой госпожой Савицкой - сидящей у Гордона в программе с двумя медалями ГСС. Она прям идеально присутствует в передаче как собирательный образ Советской Коммунистки слепо верующей в то, что в СССР все было хорошо). Ну и в финале сцена с двумя парнями это образ олигархов и разворовывания страны (Задел на то, что Россию ожидает после распада СССР). Родители, каждого из героев, символизируют предыдущие поколения кажlого из классов населения (Элиты, Быдла, Интелегенции) https://yusev-alexei.livejournal.com/15802.html Это просто хуета пзевдо-интеллегентов и разглядеть в этой картине 'правдивый' обшей образ СССР по-моему способны только люди с нездоровой фантазией, или анти-совечики.Точно такие же 'наблюдение' можно привязать к любой чернухе как Левияфан да и не только. Но почему-то то кино не любят... на верно потому что не достаточно графена. Да и что за образы? Сыграла Россию тут блять. Это уместно в 1994, но не 1984. Да и если я вижу по другому? Мнение Балабонава это всего лишь мнение которое ни есть истина. Фильм ужасная смесь психбольного восприятия и шизиков, если от этого фильма увеличества колличество маньяков и убийств реальных, кому вы потом будете рассказыват об искусстве? Высоцкий говорил, что после показа "Места встречи" уровень преступности в стране снизился. Так вот - после показа "Груз 200" преступность могло только взлететь. Чему этот фильм дал понять или научил? Что люди бывают уродами или что психи прячутса в социуме? Спасибо это и так любой взрослый знает. Что 80-90ии это был ужас? И так все знают кроме детей, а такое детям не покажешь. Как мы видем с Братом, Улица Разбитых Фонарей и другим кино, можно донести ужас и сатиру без такого разврата. Говорят, что картины художника - это его внутренний мир. Вот такой и есть внутренний образ Балабанова - злость, мясо и изврашение что напоменают Илью Деревянко и его разчленёнку. С точки зрения гиперреализма маниячелы какогото деревенского, фильм хорош, но это не делает его художеством. Кроме как через чернуху у нас умные мысли уже никак не показать? По другому не доходит до любителей правда-матушка? "Собачье сердце" или "Каждому Свой Ад (1977)" невеселие, есть о чем подумать. Но что-то я не помню, чтобы для передачи проблем того времени или трагедий ситуаций кого-то там с подробностями убивали, насиловали или калечили. Да блин не давный сериал "Вавилон Берлин" велеколепно показывает ужас Веймарской Германий, но без такой пошлости как Балабанов. Обясняют советские люди https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFfqxRZRicI 18:15 - 19:06 Не соответсвует реалиям большой частью советского обшество 28:32 - 29:05 Плохо сыграно потому что образы просто одно-типное быдло играют чяше всего 30:30 - 31:21 Картина плоская как фотография потому что персонажи плоский 21:50 - 22:42 Не чего оно не улучшает Юрий Лоза, кого песня Плот играет в фильме хорошо сказал ещё, "Когда мне позвонил Балабанов, то сказал, что «хочет снять фильм о том времени». Я дал свою песню, а он снял фильм про маньяка. Такого придурка можно найти в любом времени и любой стране, ведь количество шизоидов неизменно в процентном отношении во все времена и во всем мире" https://kino.rambler.ru/other/41648133-yuriy-loza-esli-by-ya-znal-chto-zadumal-balabanov-ne-otdal-by-plot/?updated https://archive.is/CpcW4

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I didn't JUST watch this but i remembered it existed and decided i wanna tell people to watch it. It's got a great twist unlike many cliche movie plot twists. Obviously telling you anything about it would spoil the twist, which is the best part. >plot premise: a family gets haunted by an unknown individual/entity and poltergeist type shit happens around the house
Did anyone watched "I dont care if we go down on history as barbarians"? If you did, what are your thoughs? Does anyone knows where to torrent it
Anyone here on Karagarga? I lost my membership years ago due to inactivity, and I regret it every day. Most good films never end up on public trackers for some reason, even if they'd been nominees at major film festivals.

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/fanfic/ - Fanfiction General Gomrad Spurdo#HTmBuh 04/09/2020 (Thu) 18:21:03 No. 8063 [Reply] [Last]
Thread for those who like to read and write fanfiction. Share drafts, look for beta-readers, ask for writing advice, give recommendations and do all that other cool jazz. Just remember to not bully anyone else no matter how shit their taste might be.
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There is a fanfic author called Yojimbra who used to do a lot of fairly well written Naruto fanfics (often gender bender ones) but then stopped and switched to BNHA. While their profile says "a vacation" from Naruto, the author is in fact never intending to write that fiction again and is quite hostile to the fandom in general suddenly. I have no idea why though. Does anyone know what happened? https://www.fanfiction.net/u/1324405/
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any room for lads writing alt-history fiction here? i mean, it's essentially writing fanfiction versions of real life
>>16533 Yep definitely
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>>16533 Technically historical fanfiction is still fanfiction, so I'd say go for it.
>>16533 Which weird timeline do you have in mind?

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/mu/sic thread Comrade 07/06/2016 (Wed) 21:03:54 No. 122 [Reply] [Last]
>No music thread Step it up lads >Boards of canda - 5.9.78 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3A786lOX8jc >Blackmores night - Journeyman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0gFz3_js1Y
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PARIS dropping an album 25 September He dropped some singles, looks like good shit, especially enjoy this one: https://youtu.be/Um1TySCK0Fc Here's another single: https://youtu.be/KFb_sm4mPGU
How do I into music? I just didn't really get into it as a child or teenager, everyone in school had their favourite bands and albums and I was there with my cheap mp3 player with like, deep purple and a couple other bands my dad liked on it My music library is a 1000+ video youtube playlist, three cds I bought at some point, and a couple discographys, the only artists i would say I "follow" in any way are Sewer Slvt, Master Boot Record and Uncle Acid, other than that I don't really listen to anyone super regularly or track by releases etc. I like some jazz, and a lot of old punk stuff, Bruce Springsteen, listened to Bob Dylan and Marley a lot growing up but like, I don't "get" it, I don't get music, I've never been to a gig or anything, except a cheeky girls gig I attended accidentally and a couple local bands
>>16352 If you already like some jazz look a the last two infographs of >>16199.
>>16098 that second track fucking bangs though

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Anonymous Comrade 01/04/2020 (Sat) 19:08:37 No. 4963 [Reply] [Last]
What is your favorite Soviet tank? mine is the t80
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>>10817 >Sir it’s a troop carrier, it should have a low profile. <Fuck you! Give it anti-tank missiles and a cannon on top! Also what is air conditioning? Basically the design phase of that monstrosity.
>>10859 >making tanks 1) That's an Armored Personell Carrier 2) They're just adding on armor to captured and fixed vehicles they could get their hands on, not actually creating their own armored vehicles of any concrete type >>10860 Ah I too remember Pentagon Wars and BlackTailDefense https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ir0FAa8P2MU
>>10869 >BlackTailDefense Holy shit I haven't watched his videos in years.
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"The ASU-57 was originally designed to be air-dropped alongside troops from the cargo bay of the standard Antonov-12, by means of a rocket-assisted parachute (PP-128-500 or P-7). It is armed with a Ch-51 57 mm gun which could fire the standard ZIS-2 57x480R AP rounds, but also the BR-271 and O-271U rounds. 30 were in storage in the hull. To keep the cost as low as possible, the engine was derived from the GAZ-M-20 “Pobeda” civilian car, and most of the parts came from wartime light tanks like the SU-76 and T-40, including the wheeltrain and suspensions. The design was so compact and made of welded and bolted aluminum plates, that the hull ended with 6 mm armor at the front, sufficient for small arms fire (in theory). Outside the crew of three, and despite its small dimensions, it was large enough to accommodate six more men and an improvized APC. An estimated total of 500 vehicles were built until 1962 (exact production figures remains unknown)." - summarized from: http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/coldwar/USSR/soviet_ASU-57.php https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-V5rB5UOgA
>>16548 Very cute. Man do I love tank models. Painting them is a bitch though.


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