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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan Dax View Post
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    The next stage from dropping grenades into open tank hatches.
    Has anyone actually tried this?
    There have been plenty of videos around of just that, no one wants to sit in a t-series tank in the desert if they can avoid it, big unventilated steel cans...
    Meh just bring a slightly sturdier oversized umbrella; problem solved and you get some shade to boot.
    At least some time ago the FOTM for the jihadist drone attacks had moved to 30mm rifle grenades so the umbrella might need to be tad stronger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by depili View Post
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    The next stage from dropping grenades into open tank hatches.
    Has anyone actually tried this?
    There have been plenty of videos around of just that, no one wants to sit in a t-series tank in the desert if they can avoid it, big unventilated steel cans...
    Meh just bring a slightly sturdier oversized umbrella; problem solved and you get some shade to boot.
    At least some time ago the FOTM for the jihadist drone attacks had moved to 30mm rifle grenades so the umbrella might need to be tad stronger.
    1. Why does the umbrella need to be stronger? Is it actually launched the same way from the drone?
    2. Pretty sure they generally have inertial safety so unless they do get launched with a round they aren't going to arm.
    3. Smallest rifle grenade i know of is 40mm?
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    actual rifle grenades are usually 22mm jobbies ?

    underslung launchers vary from 37 to 40 mm in my experience.
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    Ah, i am mixing rifle-launched with regular launched grenades. There are russian 30mm for automatic GL since we can not into high-low.

    I do remember drones dropping throwable grenades in plastic cups.

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    What is an IAAG Alex?


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    Certainly not a 40mm HE-FRAG.


    Meanwhile in USA:
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/16/w...saudi-oil.html

    President Trump said Monday that Iran appeared to have been responsible for the weekend attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities. But he also said he would “like to avoid” a military conflict with Tehran, emphasized his interest in diplomacy and played down the attack’s jolt to the global oil market.

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    Oh so if you sell someone weapons you’re responsible for the violence they commit with them?

    This is rich, coming from America.

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    Yeah yeah, i am mostly lolling at the immediate backpedalling. Isn't KSA the greatest ally?

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    Heh any noise of a war there can stir oil prices much more than an attack to a refinery, even that big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Candy Crush View Post
    "Now we can be responsible for the weapons that blew up the refinery, and the ones defending it. Brilliant!"

    Got to give it to Putler. He covers all his bases.
    meh

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    can somebody present a plausible scenario where the Iranians actually did it ?

    because, short of everybody in charge over there doing mile-long lines of cocaine i cannot see a scenario where they would rationally hit Saudi oil refineries. the Houti's of Yemen makes so much more sense, and no shipping weapons to the other side of a regional conflict does not make you complicit for their actions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liare View Post
    can somebody present a plausible scenario where the Iranians actually did it ?

    because, short of everybody in charge over there doing mile-long lines of cocaine i cannot see a scenario where they would rationally hit Saudi oil refineries. the Houti's of Yemen makes so much more sense, and no shipping weapons to the other side of a regional conflict does not make you complicit for their actions.
    "Here, Houthi dudes we have been supporting since their insurrection against the Yemeni government began, have some cool long range drones we made based on designs the Russians gave us."
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Liare View Post
    can somebody present a plausible scenario where the Iranians actually did it ?

    because, short of everybody in charge over there doing mile-long lines of cocaine i cannot see a scenario where they would rationally hit Saudi oil refineries. the Houti's of Yemen makes so much more sense, and no shipping weapons to the other side of a regional conflict does not make you complicit for their actions.
    "Here, Houthi dudes we have been supporting since their insurrection against the Yemeni government began, have some cool long range drones we made based on designs the Russians gave us."
    if we're going to start spreading the guilt that far, you lot are going to need to hand every living president, ex-president most of their cabinets and two thirds of your entire military over to the hague for warcrimes.
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    2. Bloodthirsty sea pirates who ravaged northern Europe beginning in the 9th century.

    Hagar's note: The first definition is much preferred; the second is used only by malcontents, the envious, and disgruntled owners of waterfront property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liare View Post
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    can somebody present a plausible scenario where the Iranians actually did it ?

    because, short of everybody in charge over there doing mile-long lines of cocaine i cannot see a scenario where they would rationally hit Saudi oil refineries. the Houti's of Yemen makes so much more sense, and no shipping weapons to the other side of a regional conflict does not make you complicit for their actions.
    "Here, Houthi dudes we have been supporting since their insurrection against the Yemeni government began, have some cool long range drones we made based on designs the Russians gave us."
    if we're going to start spreading the guilt that far, you lot are going to need to hand every living president, ex-president most of their cabinets and two thirds of your entire military over to the hague for warcrimes.
    Obama's largest failing, tbh, but there is a lot more blame than just the US to go around.
    meh

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    That iranian missile is homegrown as fuck, at least the engine and booster.




    But yeah,
    >implying houthis aren't actual freedom fighters muricans painted chechens, lybian dawn and FSA as so therefore axis of evil bad for supporting them hhhhhngh my sweet saudi oil nnnooooooooooo

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    Why would a theocratic, martyrdom worshiping, death cult government act irrationally? It makes no sense!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
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    can somebody present a plausible scenario where the Iranians actually did it ?

    because, short of everybody in charge over there doing mile-long lines of cocaine i cannot see a scenario where they would rationally hit Saudi oil refineries. the Houti's of Yemen makes so much more sense, and no shipping weapons to the other side of a regional conflict does not make you complicit for their actions.
    "Here, Houthi dudes we have been supporting since their insurrection against the Yemeni government began, have some cool long range drones we made based on designs the Russians gave us."
    if we're going to start spreading the guilt that far, you lot are going to need to hand every living president, ex-president most of their cabinets and two thirds of your entire military over to the hague for warcrimes.
    Obama's largest failing, tbh, but there is a lot more blame than just the US to go around.
    The nifty thing about this system is that Euros can outsource most of the work and all of the blame to the US.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/bp-l...-idUSL8N1X53FD

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmychrist View Post
    martyrdom worshiping, death cult government
    the what now

    You do know these are ISIS tenets, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmychrist View Post
    Why would a theocratic, martyrdom worshiping, death cult government act irrationally? It makes no sense!
    Which government is that? Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, or the United States?

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