Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by surpip, Mar 19, 2007.
that is all
indeed it is.
sirry compan paid for my drink tonight
Dammit, I meant to watch that.
Im an ex-navy Seal.............
i spent 10 years as a seal
I want one.
What a Navy seal??????
its a seal with a white uniform that doesn't fit right
I thought about that after I posted and wondered who'd call me on it.
That shotgun is BAD. And I have fed a seal at Sea World...
...and I've sealed a federal document,...so i'm in.
The shotgun was cool, I also like the .45 sub machine gun.
The absolute most wicked shotgun I've ever seen was on display at the FBI in DC. It was nickel plated, short barrelled and had a big rotating drum that held 36 (IIRC) 12ga shells and could dispense them all in a couple seconds. It was a number of years ago so memory is a little fuzzy but it seemed like it was a precurser to the streetsweepers of today. I seem to remember it being attributed to gangster (real gangsters) activity.
You mean a fully automatic shotgun? they've had semi-auto shootguns for a long tme now (I want one). I guess it wouldn't be a big leap in tech to make them fully auto, but the kick would be insane. It would have to be turret/tripod mounted I would think, and for a shotgun with its short range, that just seems silly. But you guys saw it and say its cool, so Im guessing its better than my speculation.
.45 submachine gun? They've had those for decades, they are called the Thompson submachine gun. What's so futuristic about an automatic ashtray dispenser? (inside joke) Anyway, wish Id seen the show.
the fire rate was much higher then a tommy gun. also the futureistic part had to do more with the way it handled the recoil and ejected the spent casing
Gas powered? Mechanically? Hell I dunno... electronically? lol
oof I need to catch that show
and yes it was fully automatic, the recoil did not appear to be that bad
but he is a ex navy seal, mabye that why he was able to handle it so well
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