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Hey Hedge,

Yes there are memories on, but now he is 3 and he will escape from everywhere.

best regards

Duke

Guess it brings a new meaning to the term "Bounding Overwatch" :biggrin:

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Did someone ask for suppressing fire? lol.

Funniest comment below Lt. Default's video:

Thats almost as much fire power as todays average american neighborhood.

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That was the most immature, tax-wasting, utterly pointless, embarrassingly juvenile and most reckless abuse of army equipment and ammunition stocks that I have ever witnessed.

Can we do it again? Please!!! :biggrin:

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That was the most immature, tax-wasting, utterly pointless, embarrassingly juvenile and most reckless abuse of army equipment and ammunition stocks that I have ever witnessed.

Can we do it again? Please!!! :biggrin:

ROLFMAO :biggrin::biggrin::debile2:

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Mechanized Assault exercise - hope we get to do this in SB someday... inf platoons assigned to tanks etc....:

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Its called a "lanyard" - far more technical. ;)

got it,and on another note Detroit residents make an amazing find in their neighborhood.

Subject:

Fw: Detroit Residents Stunned!

Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 14:08:02 -0400

On the heels of

the news about Detroit’s declaring bankruptcy.…

Detroit Residents

Stunned!

Police in Detroit

announced the discovery of an arms cache of 200 semi-automatic rifles with

25,000 rounds of ammunition, 200 pounds of heroin, 5 million in forged US

banknotes and 25 trafficked prostitutes — all in a semi-detached house behind

the Public Library on Woodward Ave.

Local residents

were stunned.!!!

A community spokesman said:

“We’re all shocked; we never knew we had a library.”

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Technically, you won't. They are M109A3s.

Well I cant recall what variant of M109 we have in SB so far, but I thought howitzers would be more active in 3.0 or was I imagining things?

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Yes, of course you're right on that. It's just that the M109s are no Paladins but ordinary A3 versions.

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holy cow,they still use a pull cord to fire the howitzer?thought it be push button by now.cool vid.

Other then the button-push...the mechnical trigger allways works. Exept when the primer is a dud (in which case a button won't work too).

Or you have a moron that pulls the cord to fast :-P

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Other then the button-push...the mechnical trigger allways works. Exept when the primer is a dud (in which case a button won't work too).

Or you have a moron that pulls the cord to fast :-P

ok,im not an Arty guy.so if the lanyard doesnt work theres a backup im sure.somekind of manual trigger?

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ok,im not an Arty guy.so if the lanyard doesnt work theres a backup im sure.somekind of manual trigger?

No, the lanyard is the manual trigger.

If that doesn't work then you're off into the land of mis-fire drills (swapping primers, unloading, etc.)

All so much better if the lanyard works.

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Probably not healthy for the AK, but an interesting video.

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Well if you think about it, the gun is only working against a thicker medium. The space behind the bullet is still filled with gun gas.

The Russians developed an AK based underwater Assault Rifle, well more like a gas powered automatic spear gun. Was pants outside the water as the rifling was designed for the longer "Spear" type bullet, which had a special notch on the end to use the vortex of the bullet traveling throught the water to stabilise the bullet's travel.

And the gas piston was calibrated for underwater operation, and the much longer underwater cartridge.

Think it was called the AKS.

EDIT:

It is the APS

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/APS_underwater_rifle

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