This is the LOTAR COMBAT "KARNAFF" Tactical Knife with a M4 Carbine on an Assault Rifle Case.
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Weapons are a very interesting and controversial thing. In bad hands, it can take the life of many people, in good hands, on the contrary, to protect the weak and those who can not fight back ugly criminals. (But it is important to understand that it is not the weapon itself that kills, but the person who uses it, in fact in human hands, any object can be a weapon, but I am talking about firearms.)
I don't think guns are definitely bad or definitely a good thing. It's like a magic tool of balance, capable of solving conflicts by sight alone, able to protect weak people, able to help a decent person to protect themselves and their loved ones, but the same weapon can be used by very bad people. But I still want to believe that there is more good in our world, and good should be with fists =).
But in terms of the objective image of the weapon, I like it as if it were strength, speed, clarity. It's something you can fight back with any bastard who tries to kill you.
But from an engineering point of view, a weapon is an incredibly complex system with a lot of details, a real work of art, a few centuries ago you couldn't even dream of it. The guns attract me with their aesthetics, their quality, their history, their power and their complete "neutrality".
For myself, I do not make any particular classification of weapons - by country, by developers, and so on. It's simple for me. There are people, for example, who with all their might for the AR 15 platform, and there are those who with all their might for the AK platform and between these people, as you already know, information wars are constantly going on. I love AR and AK alike. I generally adore all quality weapons, world-class weapons, weapons with an incredible history.
From the legendary Colt SAA to the modern HK 416. This list is incredibly huge. But, unfortunately, in my country everything is very "closed" and conservative in terms of weapons, we don't have such an incredible variety as in the USA... and it saddens me very much... .