Sleep tight!

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9 Responses to Sleep tight!

  1. Boots says:

    Quiz 1. Which one is the imitation TSMG and what’s it called?
    Quiz 2. What caliber is the 1919A4?

    • Klaus says:

      Top right,Volenteer Comando mk9. And I believe 7.62NATO.

      • SemperFi, 0321 says:

        2. .30 originally, then 7.62 Nato, 303, 7.62x54r, and even a few others. Designed as a quick copy of the German MG42 by adding a buttstock and bipod. This one is sitting on a German MG34/42 anti-aircraft tripod.

        • Boots says:

          1. Correct except MKIII and in .45acpm using M3 (Grease Gun) magazines.
          2. Correct. The Israeli stepped muzzle booster gives it away, as those are for 7.62 NATO; although some of these are two piece, with a separate nose cap that you can find in 30-06.

          On top of things as always.

          8mm was most common conversion back when 8mm ammo was cheaper than ’06 and 7.62. The 1919A6 was meant to be a LMG. Ha! At 31 lbs it’s 8 lbs heaver than the 23 lb M60 (E1).

          The 1919A6 featured a very tapered barrel to reduce weight, a shortened barrel shroud and elongated booster to accommodate the newly added bipod. It also added a buttstock to the backplate and a carry handle.

  2. 1980XLS says:

    I want to be just like that guy when I grow up.

  3. POd American says:

    Decorated by Better Homes nd Guns for this photo shoot.

  4. uncle deplorable says:

    Now I lay me down to sleep……..
    I pray the Lord my soul to keep……
    If I should die before I wake……..
    Oh, wait a minute, that other mother fucker is gonna die first!!!!!

  5. Richard says:

    Hope he doesn’t shoot his foot. Muzzle discipline.

  6. ed357 says:

    I count four (4) PPs-43’s in 7.62×25… two on the extreme left and two more left of the corner….

    This guys really likes……rifle/pistols/sbr’s.

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