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Old 05-13-2019, 12:17 PM
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Someone sent me a link to this video.

https://youtu.be/ttRYcURXK5M

I find it interesting, but lacking any practical use.

What are your thoughts/opinions?
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That's a cute little machine gun
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I liked the comment that asked, "how do we know you are not a giant?"
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That's pretty neat.
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if everything made needed a practical purpose this life would suck.

maybe thats the way you are wired and i sure dont want to be in your head either. For what its worth im practical in my life. But im also wired for fun too.

But sometimes things are just fun.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vGobePvnTQ

Dont look at the above link since you wont have any need or want.

FWIW, i got the semi version of the lakeside. Way too cool and it works just like the big brother.
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Wonder what was flammable on the target?
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Practical...no...awesome...YES! Look out Squirrels!
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Practical...no...awesome...YES! Look out Squirrels!
And jackrabbits on the run with tracers! Oh yeah!!
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The good old Tippman.

I liked the M2 in 22 mag.

They were making a melt fed upper for the M-16, but I donít know what happened to it. I always wondered why they didnít make a belt fed upper for the MAC-11 because it fires from an open bolt.
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They were making a melt fed upper for the M-16, but I donít know what happened to it.
Lake Machine went t.u. shortly after the GFM a decade ago & stopped production on all their nifty 22lr belt feds. There's enough info on the website that if you were a dedicated DIY'er w/ a lathe & mill you could roll your own, but those plastic disintegrating-belt links are the real stumbling block! Wish I knew where you could buy them cheap, I'd lay in a supply against the day I finally get that spheroidal tuit in hand...
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if everything made needed a practical purpose this life would suck.

maybe thats the way you are wired and i sure dont want to be in your head either. For what its worth im practical in my life. But im also wired for fun too.

But sometimes things are just fun.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vGobePvnTQ

Dont look at the above link since you wont have any need or want.

FWIW, i got the semi version of the lakeside. Way too cool and it works just like the big brother.
At $120 a minute, it's only about as much as a DC lawyer.
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O' and that M2 is cool too.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vGobePvnTQ

Dont look at the above link since you wont have any need or want.
Hate to burst everyone's bubble, but that video is copy of an airsoft mini gun where they replaced the audio. The original can be found at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKdiVEmRG1o

Still a neat toy though.

What was flammable in the target? The target was an old tube-type TV set. Those can store a lot of energy for an extended time.
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Hate to burst everyone's bubble, but that video is copy of an airsoft mini gun where they replaced the audio. The original can be found at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKdiVEmRG1o

Still a neat toy though.

What was flammable in the target? The target was an old tube-type TV set. Those can store a lot of energy for an extended time.
well i missed that, but if what i thought it was was Montysminigun.

https://www.montysminiguns.com/brian.htm

the info on the web was deleted/disappeared, but he had a FA 22 minigun.

Someone may have it saved to their HD, but his website it up again, but no info.

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Lake Machine went t.u. shortly after the GFM a decade ago & stopped production on all their nifty 22lr belt feds. There's enough info on the website that if you were a dedicated DIY'er w/ a lathe & mill you could roll your own, but those plastic disintegrating-belt links are the real stumbling block! Wish I knew where you could buy them cheap, I'd lay in a supply against the day I finally get that spheroidal tuit in hand...
just a fyi, yes, the plastic links were not so nice. If you kept the ammo in them too long, it wouldn't hold that great. So they came up with metal links too.
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