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Can any one tell me if the SLR has come back into limited use over last few years in army for doing walls and houses or the odd jundi nut case.
 

Mongo

MIA
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#4
The Septics have done something similar.. Made a metal chassis with rails and bits for the M14, and its now used as a rifle in the Middle East.
 
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willobi said:
Can any one tell me if the SLR has come back into limited use over last few years in army for doing walls and houses or the odd jundi nut case.
I find a roller good for speedy coverage but a brush is needed for the tricky bits in the corners :lol:
 
#8
willobi said:
Can any one tell me if the SLR has come back into limited use over last few years in army for doing walls and houses or the odd jundi nut case.
It's a question that's often raised but no-one has provided any evidence. There will probably be some (very small) stocks still held for one purpose or another but I can't see why they would end up on operations.
GPMG does houses and walls very nicely. L96 or L118 does "jundi nut" jobs.
 

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