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  1. Merch?

    https://www.challengecoinsltd.com/ I carry mine around everywhere I go, or you could just as easily display it. Makes for a good conversation starter.
  2. I know PR is going to DIE!! Whats next?

    You actually have a lot of options with custom settings for servers in Insurgency Sandstorm. One of the servers on my Favs allows 12 people vs 40 bots, it gets fucking laggy when they spawn, but you can absolutely mess with the settings to the way you want to play it. I'm not certain what the max variables are, but I've seen 16-24 Coop mode servers in the browser.
  3. Canadian Kokan (CAS??) Heli

    Pilot with no arms, Copilot with FLIR, left door gun, and right door gun, both miniguns. Its like the Marine CAS huey on muttrah minus the rockets and plus a light crate.
  4. Canadian Kokan (CAS??) Heli

    It also only has four seats, of which two need pilot kits. it makes a terrible trans bird with only two seats.
  5. Guns and Ammo

    Its a .22 and you can get any suppressor with a $200 federal tax stamp which are easy to get. It's the same tax stamp you would need for an automatic weapon, but this all depends on the state you live in. In Arizona, where I am, I can own pretty much anything from automatics to "destructive devices" and Suppressors, however, California, which is right next door, can't even own 30 round Stanags or an AR15 with a normal pistol grip.... A Soldier got arrested for having a 30 Stanag in his car when he left fort drum in New York, so it can get a bit confusing with gun laws here if you start crossing state lines.
  6. Ghost Recon; Breakpoint

    My old man and I play the hell out of it on PC, if your looking for a group to run with. We may have to figure something out about he time difference however lol.
  7. Intresting combat footage

    Funny thing about that, MS13 founding members were all Mexican SF that decided to muscle in on the protection ring for the cartels and the new blood SF took that as a black stain upon their unit. They made it a personal mission to find and kill all the founding MS13 members that were originally part of the SF group and I believe they just killed the last one some time last year or the year before if I'm not mistaken. As for these cats, this is a vid of the Mexican Marines, not sure if its pay or the ideological factor, but the Marines have been kicking the shit out of the cartels ever since the Mexican Government let them off the leash. This specific video, that SUV had shot up a Police car earlier that day, so they reported it to the Marines and they took off after them aaaaaaaaaand, did Marine things.
  8. PR Chopper-sound-bug

    The Rotor systems on the Helicopters I'm flying keep spinning in a ground idle state when i get out of them now... But no sound bug as of yet. I also don't see vehicle fires anymore and can somehow see vehicle damage smoke through buildings now...
  9. Napalm

    Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to have Indiscriminate Effects (with Protocols I, II and III) Geneva, 10 October 1980 United States of America Upon signature: "The United States Government welcomes the adoption of this Convention, and hopes that all States will give the most serious consideration to ratification or accession. We believe that the Convention represents a positive step forward in efforts to minimize injury or damage to the civilian population in time of armed conflict. Our signature of this Convention reflects the general willingness of the United States to adopt practical and reasonable provisions concerning the conduct of military operations, for the purpose of protecting noncombatants. "At the same time, we want to emphasize that formal adherence by States to agreements restricting the use of weapons in armed conflict would be of little purpose if the parties were not firmly committed to taking every appropriate step to ensure compliance with those restrictions after their entry into force. It would be the firm intention of the United States and, we trust, all other parties to utilize the procedures and remedies provided by this Convention, and by the general laws of war, to see to it that all parties to the Convention meet their obligations under it. The United States strongly supported proposals by other countries during the Conference to include special procedures for dealing with compliance matters, and reserves the right to propose at a later date additional procedures and remedies, should this prove necessary, to deal with such problems. "In addition, the United States of course reserves the right, at the time of ratification, to exercise the option provided by article 4 (3) of the Convention, and to make statements of understanding and/or reservations, to the extent that it may deem that to be necessary to ensure that the Convention and its Protocols conform to humanitarian and military requirements. As indicated in the negotiating record of the 1980 Conference, the prohibitions and restrictions contained in the Convention and its Protocols are of course new contractual rules (with the exception of certain provisions which restate existing international law) which will only bind States upon their ratification of, or accession to, the Convention and their consent to be bound by the Protocols in question." Upon ratification: Reservation: "Article 7 (4) (b) of the Convention shall not apply with respect to the United States." Declaration: The United States declares, with reference to the scope of application defined in article 1 of the Convention, that the United States will apply the provisions of the Convention, Protocol I, and Protocol II to all armed conflicts referred to in articles 2 and 3 common to the Geneva Conventions for the Protection of War Victims of August 12, 1949. Understandings: The United States understands that article 6 (1) of the Protocol II does not prohibit the adaptation for use as booby-traps of portable objects created for a purpose other than as a booby-trap if the adaptation does not violate paragraph (1)(b) of the article. The United States considers that the fourth paragraph of the preamble to the Convention, which refers to the substance of provisions of article 35 (3) and article 55 (1) of additional Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions for the Protection of War Victims of August 12, 1949, applies only to States which have accepted those provisions. Upon Consent to be bound by Protocol III Reservation: The United States of America, with reference to Article 2, paragraphs 2 and 3, reserves the right to use incendiary weapons against military objectives located in concentrations of civilians where it is judged that such use would cause fewer casualties and/or less collateral damage than alternative weapons, but in so doing will take all feasible precautions with a view to limiting the incendiary effects to the military objective and to avoiding, and in any event to minimizing, incidental loss of civilian life, injury to civilians and damage to civilian objects. Understanding: It is the understanding of the United States of America that any decision by any military commander, military personnel, or any other person responsible for planning, authorizing or executing military action shall only be judged on the basis of that persons assessment of the information reasonably available to the person at the time the person planned, authorized, or executed the action under review, and shall not be judged on the basis of information that comes to light after the action under review was taken. 21 January 200 Meh, Take us to court if it bothers you that much. https://web.archive.org/web/20100717100420/http://treaties.un.org/Pages/ViewDetails.aspx?src=TREATY&mtdsg_no=XXVI-2&chapter=26&lang=en
  10. Frame drops on kashan (not khamisiyah)

    But this isn't happening on a map with an uncappable main, this issue is on Kashan STD, with the canadians, the final flag IS their main where this problem occurs.
  11. Frame drops on kashan (not khamisiyah)

    I was talking of the airfield on Kashan, not Khami. And I don't think more fog will help, no one really starts lagging until they get close enough that everything inside renders.
  12. Frame drops on kashan (not khamisiyah)

    Khami? never heard of or experienced that myself, but I do know that Kashan Std lags the fuck out when getting close to the Airfield, and not attacking the main on that one is a moot point as its the last flag.
  13. As long as the game is currently available on the steam store, you should be able to use any physical copy key.
  14. If you have steam, you can try activating it there and it will allow you download and use it off steam. DCS A10c is on steam, so it should work. https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=5414-tfbn-1352
  15. Flags wont show up

    I only get the disappearing flags after I play about three to five maps with always running PR as Admin and never cleaning my cache, buuuuuut, The other thing I usually get after playing three or five maps is a crash... some overflow shit if I remember correctly, not sure if that would be related to it. Gotta be a VooDoo witch doctor to figure PR problems out sometimes. Speaking of which, if you'll excuse me, I need to sacrifice a chicken to the PR gods so I can play today.