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the USCG uses the Barret M92 (M107), a semi-automatic .50bmg. at least the boys at met TIX gaurding the shuttle launch had one in their dolphin...

 

the 5.56nato uses FMJ (as per geneva convention). these are copper jackets. Steel jackets would be rather hard on the bore...

 

the FMJ doesn;t tumble in flight (untill it decels below the sound barrier, but that's another thread... the round tumbles when it enters an object because the center of gravity (and greatest mass) of the bullet is at the rear, so when it comes in contact with an opposing force it flips (simplified explanation). Unlike a hunting round that is designed to expand, causing a mushroom that moves the CofG to the front of the projectile.

 

 

Thanks for the info, from what I can find you are correct on the Dolphin but not sure if they have switched in the A109Power as according to this article: http://www.tylertech.net/images/Airborne_tactics_lyt2.pdf

 

they use the robar RC-50. Oh and a machine gun,,,ha ha.

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Dolphin??

A109??

 

WOW. Someone is actually talking about helicopters......what a refreshing change.

 

Why don't you ladies (and one anal little girl) have a cat-fight about the type of 'copter being used?

And please take your mass-debate about weaponry to a forum that cares.

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Dolphin??

A109??

 

WOW. Someone is actually talking about helicopters......what a refreshing change.

 

Why don't you ladies (and one anal little girl) have a cat-fight about the type of 'copter being used?

And please take your mass-debate about weaponry to a forum that cares.

 

 

your pills. you should take them.

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Dolphin??

A109??

 

WOW. Someone is actually talking about helicopters......what a refreshing change.

 

Why don't you ladies (and one anal little girl) have a cat-fight about the type of 'copter being used?

And please take your mass-debate about weaponry to a forum that cares.

 

Stay out of this one buddy. Its a lot more fun watching someone getting all wound up.

 

Now back to the amazing round known as the 5.56 metric system. :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

the Doctor

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KILL THE HOGS!!!!!!!!! I would come do some hog killn **** I'd even bring my own gun.These animals are ferral they tear up farm land and destroy crops.sorry L3 I grew up on a farm shooting gophers and other varmits. I prefer 243 But a semi auto 223 is a awesome gun also.

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Well they do the same thing in Canada, wolves and all the cronic waste deer in Alberta. The shooting gun is a that knock off AK. The rounds where adjusted to make sure they didn't go right through. The carcuses where GPS'd and collected via external load and dropped at the lab...where the negative test ones where put in a burn pit and the possative ones were went to the butchar shop. Sure was a contiversial program, in ALBERTA!

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Hey it's a 47 Not a lama.

dame econet l'truk .....Echkatch pas! Onssconnaitis???

 

Sling we can still read ya

 

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