Mikhail Kalashnikov in intensive care.

#9
Could this mean a WallMart run on "modern sporting rifles" that have an entirely accidental resemblance to AK-47s?
 
#11
Doubt he's the only arms dealer to be on a nine month sabbatical and nobody has noticed?...besides he's old..he's probably in Florida getting his wrinkly old togger wet!
 
#12
Designed the AK my arse.

He was the Soviet poster boy who's face they slapped on the project, they used German engineers and designers that they hoovered up from all over post fall germany just like the yanks did, the team they used to run the project and come up with a working design probably ended up in a shallow grave with a tok round in the back of the head.
 
#13
Meh!...World strongestman has just started on channal 5..be back in an hour..;-)
 
#14
Designed the AK my arse.

He was the Soviet poster boy who's face they slapped on the project, they used German engineers and designers that they hoovered up from all over post fall germany just like the yanks did, the team they used to run the project and come up with a working design probably ended up in a shallow grave with a tok round in the back of the head.
Yeah, that's right, the Soviets couldn't do anything themselves (barring T34, Il-2, Katyusha etc). Come on, the Cold War is over (quite a while in fact).

In WWII a Soviet army rifle in widespread use was gas operated, it seems: SVT-40 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Interesting detail there:

"The SVT-38 is a gas-operated weapon with a short-stroke, spring-loaded piston above the barrel and a tilting bolt.[1] Thus it became one of the pioneers of this configuration, which eventually became widely used. There is some dispute about who exactly first developed this operating principle, as the SVT's mechanism (as implemented in 1935 competition prototype) closely resembles Dieudonné Saive's design of 1937; Saive eventually designed the FN FAL, which employs the same operating principle as the SVT."
 
#15
Zee Germans landed on the moon as well.:study:
 
#16
Designed the AK my arse.

He was the Soviet poster boy who's face they slapped on the project, they used German engineers and designers that they hoovered up from all over post fall germany just like the yanks did, the team they used to run the project and come up with a working design probably ended up in a shallow grave with a tok round in the back of the head.
Mmmmm......Bollocks!
 

mercurydancer

LE
Book Reviewer
#17
Zee Germans landed on the moon as well.:study:
To kick the arse out of an old joke - The Germains aimed for the Moon but managed to hit London. Lots of times.
 
#18
Granma Ineedacigg made tanks at Elvis when Zee Germans bombed Cov but they still didn't ;-/ make the ******* Kalashnikov.
 
B

Biscuits_AB

Guest
#19
Yeah, that's right, the Soviets couldn't do anything themselves (barring T34, Il-2, Katyusha etc). Come on, the Cold War is over (quite a while in fact).

In WWII a Soviet army rifle in widespread use was gas operated, it seems: SVT-40 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Interesting detail there:

"The SVT-38 is a gas-operated weapon with a short-stroke, spring-loaded piston above the barrel and a tilting bolt.[1] Thus it became one of the pioneers of this configuration, which eventually became widely used. There is some dispute about who exactly first developed this operating principle, as the SVT's mechanism (as implemented in 1935 competition prototype) closely resembles Dieudonné Saive's design of 1937; Saive eventually designed the FN FAL, which employs the same operating principle as the SVT."
You commie bastard.
 
#20
I'm pissed so I dont know where to go from here either "Home brew thred "or films to watch" thread...so **** it "Lawless" looks good so **** off the lot of ya!!
 

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