Lord Jim wrote:Even better
ArmChairCivvy wrote:Lord Jim wrote:Even better
Would be, but I doubt that anyone makes them for AA use (that's where the barrel has been 'borrowed from'.
- even our coke-can CTA uses a sequence of three rounds: one for the hole, and two more, of AB kind, through the hole
RunningStrong wrote: our coke-can CTA uses a sequence of three rounds: one for the hole, and two more, of AB kind, through the hole
Not true. The CT40 Point Det can penetrate structures with it's electronic fuse.
ArmChairCivvy wrote:If not even more true, but nevertheless can be more effective as per 3:30 to 3:40 on this one
to back up that what I said is not not-true = true (too )
Lord Jim wrote:accurate suppressing fire out to 600m with the A3 back up by the DMR if adequate for an infantry fire team, with a G/L available if needed
Lord Jim wrote:unique loadouts for 16 Air Assault/3 Commando, Armoured/Mechanised Infantry units and the remaining Infantry
Lord Jim wrote: underslung Shotgun available for [our L85s like the US has on its] M4s
Caribbean wrote:larger shot (2 to 20 to a shell) or slugs and be used at shorter ranges
ArmChairCivvy wrote:grape shot
A few things to consider,ArmChairCivvy wrote:Yep, at ranges of a couple of meters... was hesitating to use the term grape shot (one up from buck) and with that explanation above, was the right thing to do (ie. not the same)Caribbean wrote:larger shot (2 to 20 to a shell) or slugs and be used at shorter ranges
Caribbean wrote:"back in the day".
Caribbean wrote: a slug, formed from a metal powder bound in a wax matrix, that blows through the object immediately in front of the barrel, then disintegrates within a few inches into a harmless (relatively) powder
Poiuytrewq wrote:It's a Hatton round.ArmChairCivvy wrote:so rare that there is not even a "trade" term for it?
Caribbean wrote: Dragon's Breath -accompanied by an impressively long list of places where all of these are illegal
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