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Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by TNTRAILERTRASH, Jul 30, 2020.
Does it have a $400 binary trigger ?
Now I want to build another.
Bo and Luke couldn't have firearms - 'swhy they used exploding arrows. But das is nice! Very nice, indeed!
Why does it have a drum? Isn't the ammo supposed to jump over the optic and climb in through the ejection port to feed?
That the wind up joint roller.
Looks like a CMC flat trigger
See it’s no good as a liberal pisser-offer then.
It needs to be at least fully semiautomatic.
Going fully semi-automatic is what gets you in trouble with the ATF
Or is it Semi Fully-automatic?
Back in the last Century, circa mid 1980's,
while shooting targets at an outdoor range at Quantico Marine Corp, I had a S&W Model 41 go Semi Fully-Automatic.
Pop! Pop! Po-brrrrt!
Fortunately, a Gunnery Sgt Armourer heard my problem, came out and took control of the situation.
He disassembled the weapon, noted the worn sear, determined he didn't have one to replace it with from his spare parts box, and fashioned a new one as good as new.
He shot amazing groups out to 25 meters* with it, whereas I was only using the 15 meter target.
Note* US Marines were metric long before other US Military forces.
Huh. Mid 1980’s the Army was shooting meters too. We had metric rifle and MG ammo, metric cannons and shells, metric tank tubes, metric grid squares, and we talked about things being X clicks away when we drove.
Silly. That IS fully semi-automatic.
The Marines started using metric during Vietnam.
Actually the Army and the Marines went metric in 1957.
Especially with a 30 magazine clip.
Besides the trigger it also doesn’t have a shoulder thingie that goes up.
Dang, you’re right. It may be only selectively fully semi automatic.
Besides I’m not sure this takes military grade ammo does it?
Where's the bayonet lug to make it super dangerouser.