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What type of weapon is this SS agent hiding?

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posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 10:10 AM
a reply to: visitedbythem

Ummm...yeah...I've always loved me some P90...Is that one of yours for sale...?


posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 05:16 PM
If someone tries to shoot President Trump, will his Bodyguards shout "Donald duck"?

posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 06:09 PM
He's in an "at the ready" type of position.
Go back and watch all of the SS gaurds when the motorcade stops the very first time to let Trump walk. They all turn and do it.

posted on Jan, 23 2017 @ 11:25 AM
Draco? Nah, probably P-90, bc of the way the magazine is designed, it makes it more sleek, so nothing gets caught up on the clothing... Would be cool if it was some exotic technology. Maybe his hand & arm IS the weapon... Surgically implanted prosthetic with a gun built into the arm & hand, trigger mechanism is connected directly to his cerebral cortex, so he can fire & aim at will just by looking at the target, and it can also move like a "real" hand, not to mention his bionic eyeballs with xray vision, infrared mode, recording capability, and anything else you could think of.

Or hes an ISIS member, who infiltrated into the deepest parts of the SS... all without a single person noticing that his arm is actually a bomb...

Not a Single person...

Of course, there was that one guy with a wife & kids, but, sadly, he had to be dealt with.

(Being that he had a wife & kids, he has seen his wife naked and been closely, physically intimate with her, and he's seen his own kids naked plenty of times, so, unlike the other guys, he has an intimate detailed knowledge of the human anatomy enough to spot the difference between a real arm, and a bomb disguised as one. There. That wraps up everything with a nice neat bow and everything makes perfect sense now.)

posted on Jan, 23 2017 @ 12:14 PM
Also, Check out the shorty woman to his right. She actually is keeping her arms at 90 degrees, fists clenched, as if she's wearing a jet pack on her back. For a long time.

In both cases, I believe they are keeping the "Hands ready" position, And trying to keep their weapons covered by their jackets. They need the jackets open, for easy access, but don't want to show the arms their carrying, thus, they must keep their elbows down and keep the jacket, mostly closed.

posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 02:52 AM
a reply to: JustMike

Yeah the CP team has different members for different tasks.

The bodyguard (BG) - Immediate and intimate protection of the principle. They are the main person tasked with bodily moving the principle away from threats.

The personal escorts section (PES). They are the team surrounding the principle. 1-2 members are tasked with assisting the BG with the principle, the rest are used to engage the threats. Also contains the team leader.

Drivers - self explanatory.

Security advance party (SAP) - Used to recce the route prior to any moves. Usually covert low profile to avoid highlighting the route to be taken.

Residence security team (RST) - Used for security of the home or anywhere the principle is staying.

Profile is threat/environment dependent. They can be;

Overt high profile. These are your heavily armed guys you see in Iraq/Afghanistan. All velcro and body armour with weapons on display. This is adopted if the risk of attack is high and overt security outweighs the desire for lower profile. Has a deterrent effect but is highly visible.

Overt low profile. This is the typical image of the bodyguard. They are the guys in suits. You know they are CP members if you look for them, however the weapons are concealed and body armour is low profile. This is used to provide a visible presence without presenting an aggressive profile. The dress is usually similar to that of the principle.

Covert. These are dressed in the same way as the public. Used in conjunction with the above. They are usually in loose formation and mingle with the crowd. Used mostly to engage threats. Often the principle is not even aware of them. Moves in high threat can be done in covert to avoid suspicion, but it risks having limited firepower and armour.
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posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 03:54 PM
a reply to: butcherguy

It's definitely odd but makes me wonder if it's not just because he lost his real arms and is intelligent enough to still be useful.

In the end I fully admit I have no clue but I don't see the point in concealing a weapon. I'd think anyway most people would expect the SS to have weapons; no sense in hiding them.

posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 03:58 PM
I prefer a Vector.

posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 04:03 PM
a reply to: OfTheVoid46

Guns on display = you are feeling under threat and you want to seem that everything is happy to draw out the nutters and send them through the legal system in theory. if they're around.

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