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Machine gun lite

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by Trunk Monkey, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. Trunk Monkey

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    i did'nt watch the video,but the average joe does'nt just make a machine gun.

    "hello, yes, is this the batf? i have somehing you should see........."
     
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    :rolleyes:
     
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    the title said he made it.......

    it's a tippman 1919.
     
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    HA! Thought you didn't watch it. :flipoff2:
     
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    HMMMMMMM...................If I were to mount that behind the front grill..............HMMMMMMMMMM..........
     
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    Nice! I'd mount it on a RC flying model of a Spad and fly it at RC flying places, shooting down the other guy's planes.

    Or better - and this one a friend and I once really considered how to do - would be a .22 short caliber minigun mounted in the nose of an RC model F18. There's a RC flying place in Fremont, CA where you could take off from the hills above the RC airstrip, wait for a couple of guys to have their whatevers in the air then swoop in out of the sun at model Mach 1.5 to kill their planes with short bursts and then fly off over the ridge.
    It'd make paranoic anal retentive radio control model flyers all over the bay area. LOLOL!


    BUT........look at the video close. Do you see any empty cases? I don't, so I don't think that that gun is actually firing. Instead it just looks lik and sounds like it's firing.
     
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    I see plenty of empties...
     
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    1919's drop their empties out the bottom, and at the speed that things running it's throwing them too.
     
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    lots of empties dropping out....
     
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    Saw it on AR15 a while ago. If I can find the thread, there was a link to the guy that builds them.

    Did you ever see the one with the Gatling BB gun?
     
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    dieseldog She idles just fine . . .

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    I just saw a Tippman 1919 today. It's on display at the Houston Police Academy. Really sweet item.
     
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    they are, but i'll stick with the full size version....