I’ll leave this right here. I’m intrigued and repulsed at the same time. It’s very confusing.

https://www.thefirearmblog.com...-lever-action-ar-15/

https://youtu.be/SbXWqatpito

Talk amongst yourselves.

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Okay, I read it since you posted it — ignored earlier this week — and now I hate it a lot more than I did just from the photos. 

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High Exposure posted:

I’ll leave this right here. I’m intrigued and repulsed at the same time. It’s very confusing.

 

"If it took more than one shot, you weren't using a Jakobs!"

Please note: not an aspiring inner city "yout" trying to turn my life around...  one "g" two "oo's" like NPH's 80's era TV show.  

 

If you have to ask your buddy if you are on fire, you are four to five seconds behind the "stop, drop and roll" power curve.

EODDoogie posted:
High Exposure posted:

I’ll leave this right here. I’m intrigued and repulsed at the same time. It’s very confusing.

 

"If it took more than one shot, you weren't using a Jakobs!"

Nice Borderlands reference!

In Yorktown, VA.          Joined August 2008

Gov't Civilian, after retiring from active duty in 2015. 

 

'One's own open sore never smells.'  - Haitian proverb

I have entirely missed this insanity: 

Not a crazy redneck or Idlibi special, one-off but a factory produced, multi-generation, multiple calibers available Chinese produced gun, issued to several armies. Here, a KSA example. 

The LG5 is the export version of the People's Liberation Army's QLU-11, which Norinco first introduced in 2011. The primary difference between the two is that the PLA's version fires the Chinese military's standard 35x32mm grenade, while the model intended for foreign sales uses ubiquitous 40x53mm rounds, an ammunition type that the United States originally developed.

It's a shoulder-fired, self-loading, grenade launcher.  While we pissed around with the XM25 and gave up, they made a grenade rifle. 

Obviously a little more rational as a 35 than scaled up to 40, but it still works. And no matter how big it is, when is the last time you brought a Mk 19 on the assault.

https://modernfirearms.net/en/...inco-lg5-qlu-11-eng/

PLA version, tripod mounted with the 15 round drum. 

Been around forever. In the 80s they made the QLZ-87, 

Here, seen with a Ugandan soldier in Somalia with the African Union Mission in Somalia, or AMISOM, in 2012.

The things that will destroy America are prosperity at any price, peace at any price, safety first instead of duty first, the love of soft living and the get rich quick theory of life. – Theodore Roosevelt

 

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