Discussion in 'Internal Security' started by A.V., Oct 11, 2009.
"Tommy Gun", has appeared in a lot of movies
The Tommy Gun was sold in hardware stores in its heyday.
Is it because of the Tommy guns that the British privates were called 'Tommies' during WWII?
classic....... you can see it everywhere here in India
In India, Mostly the Minsters gunmen use them. I see them all the time.
They are actually light weight compare to other!!
Better carry a SLR than this..
Far more capable than any other WW2 machine guns
Has a COD freak,........i always prefer to shoot with this one
Sir, they have been called Tommies since the 19th century.
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In my time, it was a standard issue and I presume it still is.
Excepting for 'cooking off', it is a great weapon and it has never failed me!
Re: cooking off, does the Sterling fire from closed bolt?
Open bolt it is, Maintenance is very important otherwise it have abnormal behaviors..
I fail to Understant why are we still this.....
thanks to corrupt politicians who only care about vote bank and not about the soldier who is guarding our boundaries day and night.
Colt 1895 Machine Gun (1914 Patent Model .306 cal)
Modern Firearms - ASh-12.7 assault rifle
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That is over kill...
At first I thought it was .50 BMG caliber.
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