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  1. Thread: Shotguns?

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    Re: Shotguns?

    Is that Mossberg an issued combat shotgun or was it a civilian mod? I know the Mossberg was approved for military use but I have never heard of one in a duckbill configuration, just curious.
  2. Thread: Shotguns?

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    Re: Shotguns?

    The only “duckbill” shotguns I have heard of were some of the modified Ithaca Model 37s used by U.S. Navy SEALs in Vietnam.

    The vast majority of shotguns issued during World War II were...
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    Re: Need advice about Air Force

    Never thought about that, but should work well...skeet shooting is just how many door gunners were trained in the old days-don't know about now-they would mount a skeet thrower in a truck and put the...
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    Re: Need advice about Air Force

    If you want to be an aerial gunner (door gunner if you will) the U.S. Army may be a better choice. Both branches deploy a large number of helicopters but the Army usually has more door gunners simply...
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    Re: Australian betrayal in WW-2

    Another error of not being specific on my part...I was including the members of the RAAF. They may not have made up a large portion of the Allied Air Power in Europe but I would imagine trained and...
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    Re: Australian betrayal in WW-2

    Thanks Rising Sun, i was simply curious:)
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    Re: Australian betrayal in WW-2

    I am quickly learning on the forum side here one must be very specific.:) I was still referring to 1944 as was previously mentioned when I talked of troops being in Europe which I intended to include...
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    Re: Australian betrayal in WW-2

    Crap! I was too slow typing again..:neutral:
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    Re: Australian betrayal in WW-2

    Well not to say your opinion is wrong but there are other options that are just as plausible. Maybe the Australian government was trying to save face. Australian troops were busy fighting Germany in...
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    Re: Stick Grenades?

    The soviets had the RGD-33 stick grenade that was copied from the German Model 24 but it was phased out of service starting in 1941 in favor of the much simpler RG-42 grenade and also the RG-41 which...
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    Poll: Re: what is better the thompson smg or the mp40

    Only the early M1928 model Thompsons could accept the 50 drum magazine and they were rarely used. The 20 and 30 round box magazines were much more common.
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    Re: Australian betrayal in WW-2

    It wasn't just the Aussies that got the short end of the stick somethimes. the U.S. Army and USMC suffered aroung 10,000 casulties (roughly 2,000 KIA) capturing Peleliu for no military gain what so...
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    Re: Need Information on the B.A.R.

    The easiest answers are usually the right ones...Guess the fiberglass of the day wasn't quite was well suited to stand up to heat.
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    Poll: Re: what is better the thompson smg or the mp40

    The drum mags were available early in the war for the M1928A1 models but the drums proved to be too heavy, bulky, and half empty drums were too noisy so for the later models they did away with the...
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    Poll: Re: M1A1 Thompson VS M3A1 Grease Gun

    True the breech block slamming forward would decrease accuracy but a well trained soldier should be able to compensate for that to an extent. I certainly see where it would be a factor with a soldier...
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    Re: Help!! Schwimmwagen w/ sleeping landser

    There is a picture that fits that discription on this site.
    http://www.ww2incolor.com/german/t.html

    Someone, imi it think, colored it and its here
    http://www.ww2incolor.com/german/tcolor.html
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    Re: M1 Gewehr vs M1911A1 Pistole

    The finer weapon? The M1s and the 1911 are not in the same category of firearm so how can they be compaired? It is the same in asking if the K98k or the Luger was a better weapon. One was a very well...
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    Re: Need Information on the B.A.R.

    Does anyone know what the rational behind replacing the wooden butt stock with a fiberglass one on the M1918A2 BAR but leaving the foregrip wood?
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    Poll: Re: M1A1 Thompson VS M3A1 Grease Gun

    the tompson has an effective range of about 50 meters and the bullet travels to 150 meters.


    50 Meters? I can take my 1911 with a 5" barrel firing the same .45 ACP as the Thompson and shot 18"...
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    Re: Who is better Patton or Rommel?

    What aspect of both Generals are we looking at here? Rommel was excellent at finding and exposing his enemies’ weaknesses in the field and exploiting them but he rarely grasped the overall situation....
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    Re: What kind of tank is this?

    The type and width of the tracks in comparison to the hull I would say a Tiger but I can't see the road wheels well enough to tell for sure. I would defiantly think it is a German tank from the...
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    Re: Need Pictures Of Okinawa Battle

    There are a few well know pictures in the U.S. archives regarding Okinawa. there aren't many but the ones they do have are well documented.
    http://www.archives.gov/research/ww2/photos/#iwo
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    Re: Who is better Patton or Rommel?

    Patton slapped a soldier who was sitting on bed crying in a tent full of wounded men and who when asked what was wrong with him responded “I guess I can’t take it.” It was not until afterwards that...
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    Re: World War 2: Poison Gas

    US soldiers were also issued gas masks when they were deployed in Europe. There were quite a few jokes and even some cartoons of the time showing how that was the first thing the troop threw away....
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