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  1. #136
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    Default Re: What weapons do you like or dislike?

    Taken from my personnal photo collection of Kandahar and the FOBs around:


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    Default Re: What weapons do you like or dislike?

    My favourites from ww2
    7.62 mm M1 carbine
    7.62 mm SVT 40
    7.62 mm M1 Garand
    7.62 mm Sturmgewehr 44
    9 mm Mp 40
    9 mm P08 Luger
    7.62 mm MG42
    7.62 mm FG42
    150 mm Panzerfaust
    9 mm Walther P38
    0.45 Colt 1911
    0.45 Colt 1911A1
    455 Webley Mk IV
    9 mm Browning HP
    7.65 mm TT
    7.62 mm PPSH
    0.38 or 7.65mm FÉG 37M
    9 mm Király 43m
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    Russian M91/30 would probably be my favourite,because its what my grandfather used in the war. I also love the German K98 but dont have one yet,
    A 91/30 I own that looks to have seen some action
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    Default Re: What weapons do you like or dislike?

    The P-51 and the AK-47. Both just awesome.

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    Default Re: What weapons do you like or dislike?

    a Mauser 8x57is with scope for the distance, a Kalaschnikov for the middle range, and a Ruger .45 Revolver for close combat.... if that's not enough, a nice Bowie knife would take care of the rest....

    keep on rockin' in a free world

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    My own personal favourite my .303 Lee Enfield No4 mk1*

    It shoots really well and I know it is accurate because my friend who is a much much better marksman than me has hit targets at 600 yards regular as clockwork. A lot of people who have never fired .303 say it wasnt an effective round well from my experience of firing at 10 inch thick old railway sleepers (railway ties if your american) the 7.92x57 and the 30-06 will knock a nice neat hole through the timber with a bulged exit hole about 1 inch in diameter. The .303 will knock a fist sized lump of wood out of the back of the timber, the guys who designed the mkVII round with its light aluminium or box wood plug in the tip sure knew how to make a man killer.

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    The F104 has to down in history as one of the most useless and downright dangerous aircraft ever conceived. Firstly, as it was lauded as the "missile with a man in it" it was felt that as it was easily capable of mach 2+, the ejection seat was designed to fire downwards to prevent the pilot from hitting the tail. This was all well and good, but if the pilot got in to difficulty with the approach and landing (only the SR71 and the Space Shuttle had faster approaches than the 104) as so often happened, he punched out downward and drilled a bloody great hole in the ground. Only after the wisdom of this idea was fully exposed, the aircraft was re-designed with a conventional upward firing ejection seat. If the angle of attack exceeded 20 degrees, and induced a stall, the stub wings blanked out the flow of air to the T tail. Chuck Yeager had his most dangerous bale out whilst flying an NF104 to 70,000ft, had a flame out and the resulting flat spin was impossible to recover from. He ejected and the red hot rocket tube on the base of the ejection seat smashed his pressure visor on his helmet causing severe burns, as his suit was pressurised with pure oxygen.
    The USAF rejected the 104, but Lockheed pulled off the deal of the century by offering the Starfighter to several NATO airforces, with significant bribes to boot. Hundreds of pilots lost their lives courtesy of a nod and a wink. Once the truth of the deal came out in the late 1970's the Carter administration passed legislation prohibiting such deals with individual governments. The 104 has joined an unfortunate list of truly pointless and downright dangerous aircraft that most countries around the world have produced during the 20th century.

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    Default Re: What weapons do you like or dislike?

    What i absolutly dislike is the atom bomb! this takes out the war.. in warfare..

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    Default Re: What weapons do you like or dislike?

    Quote Originally Posted by fastmongrel View Post
    My own personal favourite my .303 Lee Enfield No4 mk1*

    It shoots really well and I know it is accurate because my friend who is a much much better marksman than me has hit targets at 600 yards regular as clockwork. A lot of people who have never fired .303 say it wasnt an effective round well from my experience of firing at 10 inch thick old railway sleepers (railway ties if your american) the 7.92x57 and the 30-06 will knock a nice neat hole through the timber with a bulged exit hole about 1 inch in diameter. The .303 will knock a fist sized lump of wood out of the back of the timber, the guys who designed the mkVII round with its light aluminium or box wood plug in the tip sure knew how to make a man killer.
    I saw my cousin take down a running feral hog at about 200 yds with a SMLE, I'd say it was, and is, an effective round.

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