You mean set your gas settings up to the correct level. Ie 7 clicks out from fully In.A GPMG needs it's gas balanced so you get a smooth rate of fire and not having to cock it repearedly. It can be useful if you want to fire it single shots if you don't mind cocking the thing
PS Thanks for replying, now the mong brigade will be out bitching that they weren't as good as me
Poor @Bravo_Bravo hasn't got a chance this yearWe've been through this before, I believe. Once a person has the title of president, he keeps is for life, even after leaving office.
On a second note, President Trump is in reality the current president. Do you really think all these comings and goings to G'tmo is under the auspices of Sleepy Jo who can't tell the difference between his sister and his wife?
He could be re-elected, yes - only during a Presidential election and he could only serve 1 more term He cannot be reinstated.Because he's only served one term and the law allows two so he could stand for election again to win a second term, perhaps...?
Perchance a semantic slip on the use of "reinstated" in the original submission, m'lud, due to my client being a bit thick...?
Here's the thing.
Any potential SPOTY would, at this stage, feel a little bit awkward about being in the frame (in that the P stands for penis not personality)
So they might think that a Good Plan would be to keep their heads down.
But oooo no. Far too easy.
You mean set your gas settings up to the correct level. Ie 7 clicks out from fully In.
Wah shield up: As any fule kno, reducing the gas slows the weapon, potentially allowing the firer to fire only two (and sometimes one) round with very sensitive trigger control, but you can't adjust the regulator to specifically fire double taps.In one of, ahem, Andy McNabs fiction [note - fiction] books he describes dialling the regulator down to be able to fire "controlled double-taps" from his GPMG.
Comments from the field....?
Why? What were they aiming at and at what range?Wouldn't know, this was used to take out a booby-trapped mortar tube from a distance.
A pedant writes:
No: at some time, he has seen reference to 'balancing the gun'.
It is a 'thing'.
It would be interesting if he could explain it here: if he does take up the challenge, look out for mention of a 'white mark'.
Or not, depending on how genuine he is.
I'm interested* by the tale of using a GPMG, specifically unbalanced so that it only fired one round, to "take out a booby-trapped mortar tube from a distance".no, armoury storage is six clicks. You balance it then two clicks back. But this is from a dozen years ago, not when you did it last century