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GUNS/RLTD auto fire gun porn - Test Fire of 43 Machine Guns - One Take, No Edits
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    auto fire gun porn - Test Fire of 43 Machine Guns - One Take, No Edits

    Some auto fire gun porn for relaxation




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmeRROzi_4k
    length 9:24

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    No regard for the mags he is dropping. May be eligible for the dumb shit award

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    Interesting to see and hear the different cyclic rates. Especially that Veltor. I’ve got wood!
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    he was getting wobbly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulture45-70 View Post
    No regard for the mags he is dropping. May be eligible for the dumb shit award
    If he was dropping the mags on grass, not a huge deal but dropping the mags on gravel was not so smart.

    He should have been putting them on a table or handing the mags to somebody.

    Notice that the HK MP5 in 9mm seemed to be the most controllable.

    The Chris Vector .45 ACP is supposed to have a voodoo science recoil management system. It pushed the shooter way back. Not very impressive and the cyclic rate is way too high for a submachine gun IMO.
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    Too cool for school!

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    The kid on his left should have been behind and to the left. When he let that Glock rip one handed, it could have gone badly...quick

    Range safety!

    Or you get a wooden paddle upside your stinking head.

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    mags are designed to be dropped. Great video. I'm jealous, not jail us... be a sore shoulder for sure. It was interesting to see the rate of cycle vary so much. He knew his guns, no hesitation on mag drops or feeding issues. He'd be a good guy to have as a friend.

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    Not impressed, a lot of failures. He would have been dead a dozen times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ractivist View Post
    mags are designed to be dropped.
    +1 Don't be afraid to drop your magazines. I shoot at an indoor range in the winter, we drop our mags on, gasp, concrete. Babying them can result in a training scar. Like the officer who while reloading his revolver in a gun fight took the time to put his empties in his pocket.

    Fun video. I've shot a few M-16s, the BAR and Thompson are on my bucket list.
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