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Posted: 3/25/2006 12:31:40 PM EDT
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 1:02:09 PM EDT
Robert, thanks for the first class video.

Link Posted: 3/25/2006 1:03:00 PM EDT
You have to change the video size to '640' in Putfile to show it as widescreen.
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 1:13:42 PM EDT
Great find, like the 9mm.
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 1:23:15 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/25/2006 2:13:38 PM EDT by Different]
BTT
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 1:51:41 PM EDT
I made this video yesterday.
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 2:03:07 PM EDT
Tagggggggggg
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 2:11:51 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/25/2006 2:12:12 PM EDT by gus]
Sweet!! Rob's videos always kick ass!


ETA: Fuck Yeah!
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 2:13:29 PM EDT
RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE TO DISK

Here is a stand-alone version of it.
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 3:28:45 PM EDT
Instant woody
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 3:52:37 PM EDT
Great video!
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 4:33:04 PM EDT
Can I come shoot your toys?
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 7:00:26 PM EDT
I didn't see any M14 rifles at Knob Creek so I'm amazed at the cyclic speed of that machine! Amazing.

Rome
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 7:02:49 PM EDT
Deluxe HDTV version

RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE TO DISK
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 7:09:58 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Cabinetman:
I didn't see any M14 rifles at Knob Creek so I'm amazed at the cyclic speed of that machine! Amazing.

Rome



Yes, it is amazing.

Link Posted: 3/26/2006 7:35:33 AM EDT
I am now Officially sporting wood!!!
It sure beats Bump-Fireing My Poly M-14s. Charlene is really a (left)handfull, even with low-power 110gr hand-loads.

The Ol' Crew Chief

(I need a ciggy now)
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 8:10:22 AM EDT
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 8:43:58 AM EDT
Amazing... anyone know how much thoes weapons cost?
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 10:26:19 AM EDT
Excellent entertainment!
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 11:21:38 AM EDT
So... I've been under this lifelong beleif that the M14 was unuseable in full-auto. (e.g, the muzzle would immediately point skyward) Imo, this video makes it look pretty controllable.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 11:21:55 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Andrewc_c:
Amazing... anyone know how much thoes weapons cost?



There's a NFA Registered Springfield Armory, Inc. M1A for sale on www.sturmgewehr.com for $11,000.00.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 11:26:26 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/26/2006 11:31:18 AM EDT by rsilvers]

Originally Posted By Allerian:
So... I've been under this lifelong beleif that the M14 was unuseable in full-auto. (e.g, the muzzle would immediately point skyward) Imo, this video makes it look pretty controllable.



Maybe for pussywhimps. That being said, it is harder to shoot than a short barrel 7.62mm like the SCAR-H or a G3K. But I have heard a lot of people say they don't want an M14 because they are useless in full auto. It is overstated. M14s would go up in value if people knew the reality.

You just made me realize I forgot to put the compensator on it. Oh, and this was the first time he fired one of those.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 11:51:58 AM EDT
Fuck Yeah!
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 12:02:33 PM EDT
Are all those ARs NFA, or do you have one RDIAS or Registered Reciever and just switch uppers? That M60 is pretty sick as well. A good finale would be to use the 203 and blow something up.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 1:16:34 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Allerian:
So... I've been under this lifelong beleif that the M14 was unuseable in full-auto. (e.g, the muzzle would immediately point skyward) Imo, this video makes it look pretty controllable.



Somewhere on the internet is a video of an M14 on fullauto with a Smith Enterprise muzzle brake. From the offhand position, almost zero muzzle rise.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 2:33:14 PM EDT

Originally Posted By James_Brown:
Are all those ARs NFA, or do you have one RDIAS or Registered Reciever and just switch uppers? That M60 is pretty sick as well. A good finale would be to use the 203 and blow something up.



I was going to use the 203 at the end, but the range officers claimed that 40mm was not allowed at the range because it was 'over 50 caliber.' I showed them the chalk practice round and I was just going to lob it at 200fps or whatever. They said it was against the rules.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 2:51:24 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Different:

Originally Posted By Andrewc_c:
Amazing... anyone know how much thoes weapons cost?



There's a NFA Registered Springfield Armory, Inc. M1A for sale on www.sturmgewehr.com for $11,000.00.



$11,000, is that all?! Where's my checkbook!!
I wish!! LOL!!
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 3:06:55 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 762mmFMJ:

Originally Posted By Different:

Originally Posted By Andrewc_c:
Amazing... anyone know how much thoes weapons cost?



There's a NFA Registered Springfield Armory, Inc. M1A for sale on www.sturmgewehr.com for $11,000.00.



$11,000, is that all?! Where's my checkbook!!
I wish!! LOL!!



I'm glad I bought mine when it was only $5,900.00.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 3:16:03 PM EDT
Hey Different, would you mind letting me test drive yours if I'm ever in your neck of the woods?
I'll bring plenty of ammo!!
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 3:17:36 PM EDT
I paid around $8800 - $9000 each for mine. I asked Different if it was a good deal and he said it was the market price (at the time).
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 3:42:13 PM EDT
THanks
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 4:08:24 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/26/2006 4:14:52 PM EDT by Different]

Originally Posted By 762mmFMJ:
Hey Different, would you mind letting me test drive yours if I'm ever in your neck of the woods?
I'll bring plenty of ammo!!



Sir, I have some toys we can play with:











Unfortunately, I know of no shooting range in Connecticut that is mortar friendly. Be advised that your eyeballs may roll back in your head when you cycle the bolt on Different's Grab-n-Go M14. That's the M14 type above with the Mogadishu camo pattern stock. It's smooth as glass.

There's a number of folks that I've promised some trigger time to on my full auto M1A once LAW483 delivers my wood laminate M14E2 stock. The M14E2 stock really sweetens the full auto M14 experience.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 4:25:52 PM EDT
That is a sweet collection!! I would love to get some trigger time on that E2.
I recognize that picture too. It's on the cover of your book.


BTW...Why are you going to a laminate E2 stock? Is it for added strength?

Link Posted: 3/26/2006 4:31:51 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/26/2006 4:32:48 PM EDT by Different]

Originally Posted By 762mmFMJ:
That is a sweet collection!! I would love to get some trigger time on that E2.
I recognize that picture too. It's on the cover of your book.


BTW...Why are you going to a laminate E2 stock? Is it for added strength?




Yes, the laminate wood M14E2 stock is for added strength. I cracked my USGI M14E2 birch stock from repeated firing from the hip.

I totally suck at taking photographs. You're right. The photo of the full auto M1A is from the book. It's the best photograph I've ever taken.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 6:36:08 PM EDT
FUCK YEAH
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 8:55:57 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Different:

Originally Posted By 762mmFMJ:
Hey Different, would you mind letting me test drive yours if I'm ever in your neck of the woods?
I'll bring plenty of ammo!!



Sir, I have some toys we can play with:

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Mrs_Different_s_M14.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Different_s_M14_assembled.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Suppressed_M1A_project_1.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/M14RHADCoverPhoto_jpg.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/P1010080.sized.jpg

Unfortunately, I know of no shooting range in Connecticut that is mortar friendly. Be advised that your eyeballs may roll back in your head when you cycle the bolt on Different's Grab-n-Go M14. That's the M14 type above with the Mogadishu camo pattern stock. It's smooth as glass.

There's a number of folks that I've promised some trigger time to on my full auto M1A once LAW483 delivers my wood laminate M14E2 stock. The M14E2 stock really sweetens the full auto M14 experience.



How much are mortar shells? Do you have to pay the 200$ tax for each DD?
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 9:32:07 PM EDT
Nice.
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 9:41:43 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/26/2006 9:44:13 PM EDT by twonami]
I have a great training film on DVD. "Infantry weapons" from 1967, lot's of m-14 goodness, recoiless guns and mortors
Apparantly they had gangster grips on M-14 in those days
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 10:56:30 PM EDT

Originally Posted By James_Brown:

Originally Posted By Different:

Originally Posted By 762mmFMJ:
Hey Different, would you mind letting me test drive yours if I'm ever in your neck of the woods?
I'll bring plenty of ammo!!



Sir, I have some toys we can play with:

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Mrs_Different_s_M14.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Different_s_M14_assembled.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Suppressed_M1A_project_1.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/M14RHADCoverPhoto_jpg.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/P1010080.sized.jpg

Unfortunately, I know of no shooting range in Connecticut that is mortar friendly. Be advised that your eyeballs may roll back in your head when you cycle the bolt on Different's Grab-n-Go M14. That's the M14 type above with the Mogadishu camo pattern stock. It's smooth as glass.

There's a number of folks that I've promised some trigger time to on my full auto M1A once LAW483 delivers my wood laminate M14E2 stock. The M14E2 stock really sweetens the full auto M14 experience.



How much are mortar shells? Do you have to pay the 200$ tax for each DD?



My mortar rounds are not Destructive Devices because they are inert training rounds. I use a modified 20 gage shotgun shell in the fin assembly as a propellant for each round. Fortunately, the training rounds are reusable. Cost has been $25 to $85 each.
Link Posted: 3/27/2006 12:00:45 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Different:

Originally Posted By James_Brown:

Originally Posted By Different:

Originally Posted By 762mmFMJ:
Hey Different, would you mind letting me test drive yours if I'm ever in your neck of the woods?
I'll bring plenty of ammo!!



Sir, I have some toys we can play with:

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Mrs_Different_s_M14.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Different_s_M14_assembled.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/Suppressed_M1A_project_1.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/M14RHADCoverPhoto_jpg.sized.jpg

www.imageseek.com/m1a/gallery/albums/civilian/P1010080.sized.jpg

Unfortunately, I know of no shooting range in Connecticut that is mortar friendly. Be advised that your eyeballs may roll back in your head when you cycle the bolt on Different's Grab-n-Go M14. That's the M14 type above with the Mogadishu camo pattern stock. It's smooth as glass.

There's a number of folks that I've promised some trigger time to on my full auto M1A once LAW483 delivers my wood laminate M14E2 stock. The M14E2 stock really sweetens the full auto M14 experience.



How much are mortar shells? Do you have to pay the 200$ tax for each DD?



My mortar rounds are not Destructive Devices because they are inert training rounds. I use a modified 20 gage shotgun shell in the fin assembly as a propellant for each round. Fortunately, the training rounds are reusable. Cost has been $25 to $85 each.



Thats pretty neat. Do they make a big crater on impact or is it more like a divot on a golf course?
Link Posted: 3/27/2006 12:07:59 PM EDT
Depending on the type of soil, the projectile type selected and the angle of elevation of the tube, , the ground can look like a golf divot or a decent road pot hole at the point of impact.
Link Posted: 3/27/2006 12:26:51 PM EDT
That made my dayThanks !
Link Posted: 3/27/2006 12:37:07 PM EDT
Tagged!
Link Posted: 3/28/2006 5:26:06 AM EDT
Great vid!!!
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 3:13:27 AM EDT
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