Belt Fed 12 Gauge Upper Receiver for AR-15s:
Posted in uncategorized on February 23rd, 2009
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Wow. That’s a whole lotta jail time. SBR plus full auto. Cool.
Umm.. SBS, you mean.. It doesn’t appear to be all that reliable, however.
I’d like to have seen what he was shooting at – I doubt that piece of water pipe patterns very well..:-)
Helluva shotgun upper – now the Army will probably want to downsize from 12-gauge to .410 just to save on costs.
That is so made of Want.
I wonder what links he’s using, and what the plans look like?
I passed the video around to my team. I smell a group buy.
Now I know what a can of zombie repellant looks like!
That’s a huge pile of stoppages. I don’t care how cool the idea; I’d be embarrased to have that vid on the internets. Work out the bugs before you launch the promotion.
Give me a mounted, 10 gauge mini (Gatling) gun running at 6K RPM. Yes, I’ll take one of those please, or a four bore.
Yurk. Great idea. Apparently crappy implementation. Work the kinks out, and then get back to us…
It’s a crew-served weapon, people. You need a loader to keep that belt straight.
Shock value here, only.
I’ll take an AA-12 over the belt-fed OR over any big-bore minigun.
There’s some slick “smart” ammo out for 12-ga. Controlled burst, all that.
Of course it has to be a crew-served Wep, but instead of spitting slugs, can you imagine what it would do to a field of soldiers if it was loaded with 00 buckshot?
He needs a belt of all-brass hulls. And a second prototype with a bigger ejection port.
“Umm.. SBS, you mean.. It doesn’t appear to be all that reliable, however.”
I meant Short Barreled Rifle (SBR), as in BATF rule against any rifle with a barrel under 16″. Must get a tax stamp for that one.
As with anything else you can have these if you fill out the proper paperwork. Just because it looks illegal doesn’t mean it is.
Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.
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