posted on 07/28/2003 12:57:27 PM PDT
posted on 07/28/2003 12:58:29 PM PDT
(Big holes are (almost) always better.)
That seems quite the weapon.
Can't tell friend from foe by gunfire though.
posted on 07/28/2003 1:03:11 PM PDT
by Joe Brower
("History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or the timid." - Dwight Eisenhower)
In several past wars, diabolical soldiers would take captured ammo, sabotage it and take it back to the battlefield to be picked up by an unsuspecting enemy soldier. Too much powder, or a ball bearing squeezed into a cartridge would ruin somebody's day. Actually, it would blow their head off.
So now we advocate scavenging ammo?
The rifle does look fine though!
posted on 07/28/2003 1:09:40 PM PDT
Sounds like an interesting weapon but I would be scared of "battlefield pick-up". Especially after the enemy has found out that you use it.
posted on 07/28/2003 1:42:52 PM PDT
To: 45Auto; Squantos; Travis McGee
Didn't we have a discussion sometime back about the Robinson Arms Select-Fire that used 7.62 ComBloc and AK mags?
P.S. Got a call from Baghdad this weekend, Robert is doing okay.
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