Insurgency Weapons & Tactics

More than just this is coming in the future. Humanity’s long history of conflict provides a wealth of information, but it takes time to sort through.

…here’s some pics of the venerable ‘Liberator’ pistol, not meant for rough and tumble fighting, but to snuff an enemy so that a better weapon could be obtained.

FP-45_Liberator FP-45_Liberator-meritko FP-45_Liberator-spoust FP-45_Liberator-zaver FP-45_Liberator_v_ruce FP-45_Liberator-navod

 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insurgency_weapons_and_tactics

http://tml.travellercentral.com/hillberg/

http://www.military.com/NewContent/0,13190,Defensewatch_062405_Quigley,00.html

Some of these are too weird to consider–others, make for simple and devastating close-combat weapons when employed with the advantage of suprise.

http://newlaunches.com/archives/top_10_strangest_weapons_of_all_times.php

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_anti-invasion_preparations_of_World_War_II

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birdlime

Birdlime, a handy thing to know how to make so one can prepare self-adhesive weapons such as Thermite Charges, and was used in this weapon rather successfully, the ‘Sticky Bomb’

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sticky_bomb#See_also

http://militaryanalysis.blogspot.ca/2008/12/sticky-bomb.html

And an oldie-but-a-goodie…tampons particularly make a very guood ignition-fuse…

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molotov_Cocktail

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