We used to do apwt on an indoor american range at last unit there were bullet holes all over the palce. Granted it was an american air force base but there was no air force there it was used by the army. I have also been on american, german and brit range days the american scared the s*** out of me there was no control people just strated opening up on 3 roud burst and stuff. They are not save unless constantly Supervised.
Seems a fair point, having been on US ranges in the 'States, I have to agree. But, I also saw some very good weapon handling. Made me laugh when we were using the '60 and "only trained gunners can get off one or two rounds." Anyone who's used an LMG or a gimpy would have no problem. An MG3 (MG42), would be a different kettle of fish!
wots his problem? doesn't he know that if it wasn't for this little island of carling supping meatheads the ruskies would have swarmed through europe years ago and onto washington and he would be drinking vodka and be routinely butt f***ed by a really nice man called ivan.mind you with a name like that i bet the yanks are a bit twitcy if he was to board a plane. tosser
I think this email may be a wind up and not from an American at all. The title is "It's simple really" this is gramatically correct with the apostrophe in the right place, where as the text of his message is devoid of grammar, very badly written and has many spelling mistakes. Coupled to this the use of the word "twat" - this is not a word Americans usually use. In fact I would say that "twat" is a very British word.