SA80

#1
hi all i got a quick question,, I'm listening to an audiobook by Chris Ryan called stand by, stand by. At the begining there is a short section giving details of weapons that feature in the book, in this section it says the SA80 is chambered 7.62mm. I know the sa80 was 5.56mm. Is this just a mistake or was there a variant that was 7.62mm
 
#2
Well if Chris Ryan said so... Do I look like your google?
 
#3
that was the second model out in 7.62mm mate......

.... the first was in .303
 
#4
no its 5.56, Chris Ryans ghost writer clearly phoned that one in and couldn't bother his arse . If i may make a suggestion , press eject and spare yourself.
 
#6
hi all i got a quick question,, I'm listening to an audiobook by Chris Ryan called stand by, stand by. At the begining there is a short section giving details of weapons that feature in the book, in this section it says the SA80 is chambered 7.62mm. I know the sa80 was 5.56mm. Is this just a mistake or was there a variant that was 7.62mm
Are you sure it wasn't the AS80 he was referring to as it was 7.62mm?
 
#10
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heres the original bullpup idea, now watch a load of sprogs come along and say 'its not as shit as an SMLE but pity its not in .22 hornet.....'
 
#12
hi all i got a quick question,, I'm listening to an audiobook by Chris Ryan called stand by, stand by. At the begining there is a short section giving details of weapons that feature in the book, in this section it says the SA80 is chambered 7.62mm. I know the sa80 was 5.56mm. Is this just a mistake or was there a variant that was 7.62mm
There is also a plasma version in the 40 watt range
 
#14
hi all i got a quick question,, I'm listening to an audiobook by Chris Ryan called stand by, stand by. At the begining there is a short section giving details of weapons that feature in the book, in this section it says the SA80 is chambered 7.62mm. I know the sa80 was 5.56mm. Is this just a mistake or was there a variant that was 7.62mm
Does that really mean someone is reading you a bedtime story?
 
#15
At the begining there is a short section giving details of weapons that feature in the book, in this section it says the SA80 is chambered 7.62mm. I know the sa80 was 5.56mm. Is this just a mistake or was there a variant that was 7.62mm
Yes, there is a secret 7.62 twin-barrelled belt-fed SA80. It is only issued to THEM. Don't ask me how I know that.
You didn't hear that from me, OK?
 
#17
only if the LAD has the latest reverse polarity nutron flow electric screwdrivers they are.......
 
#19
......And attended the latest Positronic conversion course at Bordon, Having never been let loose with one, does it go bang, Zap or " ******* Hell this is the dogs "?
 
#20
all, plus it can get a canteen cup of water to boiling in 6 seconds.
 

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