So like Walmart totally sells this…….. like totally I can’t even……this is disgusting. I mean they are Selling fully semi auto assaulting sniper weapons that has a top loading clipazine that shoots a sideways booolets that’s in camo so you can’t even see it when it shoots.
By the 1950’s the Spanish, like most nations, were seeking a new semi-auto battle rifle or fully automatic assault rifle to replace their near obsolete bolt actions. The Spanish chose the CETME, a select fire semi auto/fully automatic rifle fed from a detachable magazine and chambered in 7.62 CETME. The CETME helped modernized the Spanish Army, however there was a problem. A complex and expensive rifle, there were not enough CETME rifle’s to arm the entire Spanish military. The new rifle was issued by priority, which often meant that less important units such as reserves, militia, police, and other rear echelon units did not have access to the rifle.
In order to sure up the numbers, the Spanish military turned to the idea of modernizing their massive arsenals of bolt action rifles. After the bloody Spanish Civil War and World War II (Spain was neutral), the Spanish military was in possession of tens of thousands of Mauser type bolt action rifles. Many of the rifles were taken out of storage, re-arsenalled, and modified to serve as a reserve arm. The rifles were shortened into a more compact carbine length, new sights were mounted, and caliber was modified. The FR7 and FR8 were very similar to each other, with the FR7 being built from Spanish Model 1893 Mauser actions while the FR8 was produced from 98 Mauser actions. A flash suppressor was installed, which was compatible with the firing of NATO type rifle grenades. A bayonet mount for modern bayonets was also included. What looks to be a gas tube is actually a storage compartment for a cleaning kit. The most important modification of the FR7 and FR8 was in caliber. Modified from 7x57 and 8x57mm Mauser, the FR7 was chambered in 7.62 CETME, while the FR8 was chambered in 7.62 NATO. This was so that the rifles would share common caliber with the Spanish military as well as NATO.
First produced in the late 1950’s, the FR7 and FR8 was used by the Spanish military and the Guardia Civil (National Police) up through the 1970’s. After being fully phased out, most were sold on the civilian market as military surplus, making popular hunting rifles and collectibles. Back in the day they used to be cheap and plentiful on the milsurp market, today they are becoming fairly scarce.
The M-3 Sub Machine Gun Also known as the Greaser or Grease Gun. The reason the weapon was developed beause it was cheaper to produce then the Thompson Machine gun. Its one of my favorite nastalgic sub machine guns. Developers George Hyde and Frederick Sapson worked together at Inland Division of General Motors made a prototype and it was designated to be a badass gun. Fully Auto Only. Blowback operated firearm fired from an open bolt. Really nice .Popular in Vietnam and Korea wars.
Browning Automatic Rifle m1918a2 full auto test standing.
I did get a fair amount of muzzle climb, with practice that could be reduced. It’s amazing how much .30-06 at 500-650 rounds per mi ute pushes you back. Original issue had a sling that would allow this to be fired from the hip.
We were testing magazines and had several stoppages prior to this video, my friend comments at the end “your done” because I’d thought maybe we had hit another.
Developed in 1930 by Louis Stange, the MG 30 was a German light machine gun that served as a predecessor to the famouse MG 34 and later MG 42. An air cooled recoil operated design, it was fed from a 30 round magazine which was inserted into the left hand side of the weapon. It was chambered in 7.92x57mm and had a firing rate of 600 - 800 rounds per minute. It could fire both in semi auto and fully automatic with a two stage trigger. A bipod was also added for better accuracy and stability.
Originally the MG 30 was intended for adoption by the German Reichswehr, the German Army of the Weimar Republic before the takeover by the Nazi’s. However, the Treaty of Versailles forbid the production of machine guns in Germany, and thus they had to be manufactured in Austria and Switzerland. Because of this, the Reichswehr rejected the design. Austria and Switzerland continued limited production in the 1930’s for their own use (chambered in 8x56R), and a limited number were produced for export to El Salvador (chambered for 7x97mm).
When Hitler came to power in Germany in 1933, he renounced the terms of the Versailles Treaty. However the newly reformed Wehrmacht again rejected the MG 30 in favor of the newer MG 34. Instead of the army, the Luftwaffe (air force) expressed interest in the design, adopting it as an aircraft machine gun in the form of the MG 15 and the MG 17. The MG 15 featured a double drum 75 round magazine, while the MG 17 was a modification created to accept ammunition belts. Around 1940 it was decided that the 7.92x57mm cartridge was not powerful enough for air combat, therefore the Luftwaffe began phasing out the MG 15 and MG 17 in favor of the 13mm MG 131. Most leftover MG 15 and MG 17 machine guns were refitted into infantry weapons, replacing the stock and bipod that was a part of the original MG 30.
WHAT WAS WITH THE ORIGINAL PLOT OF WALL•E WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN THAT THE HUMANS WERE "JELLY ALIENS" IM SO CONFUSED
gtjuisndx; ill b honest i forget sometimes that this isnt?? common knowledge to others too fucfk okay so like, the movie was a huge project that actually was being changed and rewritten for like 10 years and even right up until the last minute (LITERALLY) but heres what i remember off the top of my head:
it wasnt originally going to be about humans or the environment, at its earliest stages it was just these blob aliens find the planet and are totally unrelated to humans
the axiom was a space castle and there was a king and queen of the axiom
the jellians dont speak a real human language, so you’d actually be seeing more coherent dialouge from the robots
the jellys are massive dicks to robots, not reliant on them so much as just straight up awful to them (LIKE TH E GUNCH JELLY)
the animators made real jello molds of the characters and “slapped them around to see the wiggles”
one of them had nipple rings
it was supposed to be a “parody” of capitalist/consumerist society as a whole or somtehing, but in a way that u felt very little sympathy or relate to them
then it kind of changed along the line to “yeah ok its HINTED they were once human and now they’re just???? really lazy and stupid. and AUTO is fully fuckable mobile”
and then they were just like “ok yea fuck it, theyre human and just kind of out of touch with things and un-challenged in their environment thats all, auto is un-fuckable wheel”
First Detroit Electric SP:01 Rolls of Assembly Line
The first production Detroit Electric SP:01, the world’s lightest and fastest two-seat pure-electric sports car, has rolled off the line at the manufacturing facility in Leamington Spa, England. The new SP:01 is destined for one of Detroit Electric’s export markets to be delivered to the EV company’s first customer.
The SP:01, which goes on sale in Asia and Europe over the coming weeks, combines a carbon fiber body with an aluminium chassis. It has a class-leading power to weight ratio and promises blistering acceleration, reaching 60mph from standstill in just 3.7 seconds (0-100km/h in 3.9 seconds) and sprinting to an impressive top speed of 155mph (249km/h). Featuring a 285HP / 210kW electric motor, the car is fitted with a standard single-speed automatic transmission, with the option of twin-speed automatic or 6-speed manual.
Friday surely isn’t the longest day on Rey’s schedule, but it tends to be very busy anyway. Friday is a day of the week where she doesn’t have any class, so her time is fully devoted to the auto shop. Which means less travel, but more laborious work.
By the time she comes home, she’s pretty exhausted. But the fact that it’s still light out and that it’s Friday keeps her spirits bright. The end of the week always felt particularly good even if it no longer meant the same thing as it once did for Rey. She still had things to do, sometimes she even worked during the weekend. But there’s just something ingrained in the senses that brings relief at the time the weekend rolls around.
“Hello!” she calls. She only expects to be greeting one person, but there’s someone new on the chair in the living room. She blinks at him after she’s turned from locking the door but soon, switches to smiling politely. “Hello.”
It’s said much more subdued this time. Kind, still, but without the openness familiarity can allow.