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    New German Machine Gun:

    7.62, virtually no recoil, quiet, easy barrel swapout! I need one of these in my SHTF stand!

    https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=e29_1352371125


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    Yeah I believe that would make a great addition to the gun cabinet..


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    Nice!

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    Do they sell those at Academy?

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    Unglaublich... was ein Kunstwerk!

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    Love it

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    I'll go in halves with someone.. I'll buy the gun and you buy our ammo..

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    How in the world do they manage to keep the recoil so calm on that thing?

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    It has a serious buffer system.

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    Absolutely no muzzle flash either. I'd like a couple of jugs of that powder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Chitlin View Post
    Absolutely no muzzle flash either. I'd like a couple of jugs of that powder.
    I noticed that as well, anybody could get a high vantage point with enough vegetation for cover, and be virtually undetected!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR1 View Post
    How in the world do they manage to keep the recoil so calm on that thing?
    Quote Originally Posted by JB Weld View Post
    It has a serious buffer system.
    Think they were dummy rounds? Just can't see live ammo being that light on recoil and no muzzle flash.

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    I bet they were live rounds.

    I shot the M60 several times (in the Army) it did not have much recoil. Now, it was a bit heavier than this gun. H&K have always had good machine guns that are very well designed.

    Normally dummy rounds, on a real machine gun, won't cycle the bolt unless you have the red barrel block screwed on to the flash suppressor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB Weld View Post
    I bet they were live rounds.

    I shot the M60 several times (in the Army) it did not have much recoil. Now, it was a bit heavier than this gun. H&K have always had good machine guns that are very well designed.

    Normally dummy rounds, on a real machine gun, won't cycle the bolt unless you have the red barrel block screwed on to the flash suppressor.
    Exactly, dummy rounds don't have enough back pressure!

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    Sure would be easy to run out of ammo.......then what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylamore View Post
    Sure would be easy to run out of ammo.......then what?
    You do remember the directive about 8 second bursts from the .50cal and 4 seconds with the m-60s....however difficult to do in a firefight lmao!

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    [QUOTE=John Stiles;2729880]You do remember the directive about 8 second bursts from the .50cal and 4 seconds with the
    I don't think I could get my finger off the trigger quick enough to keep from running out of ammo. Maybe with a lot of experience on the gun I could get to down to short bursts of 50 rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylamore View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by john stiles View Post
    you do remember the directive about 8 second bursts from the .50cal and 4 seconds with the
    i don't think i could get my finger off the trigger quick enough to keep from running out of ammo. Maybe with a lot of experience on the gun i could get to down to short bursts of 50 rounds.
    roflmao!


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