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Old 01-17-2002, 09:41 AM
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You gun fans have to check this out...
Revolutionary new weapon fired an astonishing 180 rounds in 1/100 of a second
http://www.newsmax.com/archives/arti...8/172124.shtml
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How could anyone afford the rounds for that thing!!! Who is the poor sap that has to reload it
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Yea, I would like to know what the reload time is. The real kicker is that although it has a impressive rate of fire, it has no duration.
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Ya, those are the first things that come to mind. How and where in the hell do you keep so many rounds??? You practically need a whole support convoy just to use it. Definately not something you keep on your shoulder or in a backpack. Still cool, though
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Can anyone imagine the Michigan wood filled with them on open day? A tree, deer, and hunter wouldn't be left standing. Instead of huntin from a tree stand I would need a fox hole.
 
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Now we all know what to get Nickslick for Xmas next year.

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Pretty amazing the muzzle doesnt distort or melt. How does the fireing pin not wear down?
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MUWHAHAHAHAHA....

 
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I cot believe Nick took 8 posts before he got in on this. He must have been drooling and convulsing with a smile so he couldnt type.
11 more monthstill christmas Nick, Can you make it that long without this in your Gun Room?
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