Japanese Coastal guard anti-terrorism team in hazmats suits during exercise. [1024x509]


Is it me personally or perform some rifles look just a little too large and unwieldly for the working job they're trying to do? Maybe. I believe the version they use has a stock that is folding. The SST also makes use of the H&K MP5, just ...



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  • Is it me or do the rifles look a little too large and unwieldly for the job they're trying to do?
  • Maybe. I believe the version they use has a folding stock. The SST also uses the H&K MP5, just not for this training mission for whatever reason.
  • Yeah slicing the pie with that rifle seems a little daunting.
  • Damn I've been out of the military too long... I actually thought of Pie..
  • That would also be difficult without a bayonet attachment.
  • Pffft. I had a dive knife on me almost all the time. I was always prepared for pie.
  • It seems like that would be a good thing.
  • Slicing the pie? Non-operator here :<
  • http://www.execprotectioninc.com/image/pieanimation.gif
  • Why do they do this? It seems you would more exposed and take longer to fall back to cover.
  • You can do it as tightly or as loosely as is called for, but "slicing the pie" is the best, most proven method of entering a room and taking corners. It keeps your muzzle forward and on target at all times, and if done correctly, allows you to see and engage the target the moment that they see you.
  • That's really cool. How are doors usually breached?
  • It depends upon the situation. Some units carry shotguns with specialized muzzle attachments that allow you to blow the hinges off, and for much of the standard infantry, a sledgehammer is still standard kit. There are also breaching charges that could be used, though likely rarely so, and sometimes a good old-fashioned mule-kick is what's called for. No matter the type of breach, the entrance and stack-up is about the same, and slicing the pie is imperative for a safe entrance.
  • It's not optimal, but I've done similar to this with a 16" barrelled rifle, and it absolutely works. If I could chose freely I'd go with something like a 10" in most situations though.
  • Also reddot seems to be mounted too low to use with gas mask
  • Overkill is the only kill.
  • Came here I ask what model of rifle they're using, thank you kind sir
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