Ship's Locker: Out of the Closet

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Postby Condottiere » Mon Jul 05, 2021 1:44 pm

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Real Guns of Fallout: Gauss Rifle

The Gauss Rifle is one of the most powerful weapons in the Fallout universe and Andrew shoots an actual, real life Gauss rifle from Arcflash Labs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2m0w8MhcfQ



1. No water melon is safe.

2. Ten dee size batteries.


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Postby Condottiere » Tue Jul 06, 2021 1:40 pm

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These Are The Highest Tech Weapons Will Amaze You

With technology being the highest it has ever been in human history, it comes to us as no surprise that humans have incorporated the latest tech in modern weaponry. This has helped weapons to become more efficient and, of course, deadlier. So without further ado, we bring you the highest tech prototype weapons in the world that have been created up till now. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the heaviest of hitters!

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1. Transformer.

2. Round the corner grenade launcher.

3. Minimum blast back.

4. Electronic lock; more likely shipboard security than battlefield.

5. I thought this one was dead.

6. Grenade launchers seem in fashion; to be fair, the bigger the bullet, the more you can stuff stuff on it, like guidance, and apparently, mini drones.
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Postby Condottiere » Tue Jul 06, 2021 7:51 pm

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Real Guns of Fallout: Handmade Rifle (AK-47)

We’ve been comparing the guns of the Fallout series of post-apocalyptic video games to their real-world counterparts and today we’re going to examine the handmade rifle.

The Fallout universe is brutal and the Nuka-World DLC for Fallout 4 is even more ruthless. At the risk of spoiling the story for that one gamer out there who hasn’t yet completed it, there really aren’t any great choices to finish the Nuka-World main quest. But Nuka-World comes with one of my most favoritest guns in the game. The handmade rifle is ubiquitous in Nuka-World and is relatively powerful. The 7.62mm ammo is available widely in Nuka-World but is not found elsewhere in the game, except for sale by vendors. Like most guns in Fallout 4, the handmade rifle has a wide range of mods that can be applied. But what really makes this rifle shine are the two legendary rifles found in Nuka-World: The Splattercannon and The Problem Solver. Both are imbued with the Furious legendary effect, which increases the damage done with each consecutive hit on the same target. When this effect is combined with the Rifleman, Concentrated Fire, and Grim Reaper Sprint perks, it absolutely dismantles enemies.

Obviously, the Handmade rifle is modeled after the Kalashnikov series of fighting rifles in the real world. This is no great stretch, considering the original AK-47 was introduced at roughly the time that the Fallout universe timeline began diverging from our own history.

The Avtomat Kalashnikov, model of 1947 was designed by Senior Sergeant Mikhail T. Kalashnikov in 1947 after he was wounded while fighting Nazis in the Soviets’ Great Patriotic War and it was officially adopted by the Red Army in 1949. It was chambered in 7.62x39mm and featured a milled steel receiver. Ten years later, the AKM, or “modernized automatic Kalshnikov” was adopted. Along with other improvements, the AKM was made of a lighter, stamped steel receiver which was easier to manufacture and weighed substantially less. The AK is reasonably simple to operate, and it is easy to disassemble for maintenance so it is quick to clean in the field. It has a somewhat undeserved reputation for being unstoppable. While it is a generally reliable weapon, in real world conditions it is no more reliable than other modern rifles, such as the AR, FNC, or FAL. If you want to shoot a real full auto AK in the Phoenix area and you don’t have tens of thousands of caps to spend on one, you go to the Scottsdale Gun Club.

What is it like to shoot a real AK? Look, shooting stuff is fun. And AKs are some of the most fun guns to shoot in semi or full auto because there’s lots of stuff slapping around and a good deal of commotion without producing so much recoil as to be distracting. Practical factors aside, it’s just the right amount of noise and recoil to be a really fun experience. Practically speaking, though, the AKM does produce more recoil and muzzle rise than the AK74 or the AR15. It’s not so much as to be unusable. I was able to keep most of my rounds on the “bad guy” with short bursts. But shooting the same target at the same distance with a 5.56 or 5.45 rifle would mean more rounds on target in the same time.

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1. Do it yourself.

2. Bottle opener.

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Postby Condottiere » Wed Jul 07, 2021 1:02 pm

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Real Guns Of Fallout: Pipe Guns (ft. Royal Nonesuch)

In Fallout 4, various pipe guns are found scattered around the wasteland. It makes sense that the descendants of the survivors of a nuclear holocaust would have a lot of old, broken guns that have been refurbished and guns made entirely from scrounged parts. The pipe guns fit with the dingy, deteriorated, and discarded feel of the Fallout universe. If you’re not familiar with the game series, just picture Mad Max with a 50’s kind of Tomorrowland vibe and you’ll be pretty close. In that setting, the pipe guns feel right at home.

They are available in several calibers and, like other guns in the game, can be extensively modified, perhaps to an even greater extent than the other guns, given that they can be made into a pistol or rifle version and can also be converted to other calibers. There are automatic pistols, revolvers, sub machine guns, and even sniper rifles.

They look rough, and they are extremely common. Yet somehow, they remain relevant throughout most of the game because, as you unlock new perks, the customizations those perks allow make these pipe guns even more effective. Plus, they represent a good way to use up the ubiquitous .38 ammo found everywhere in the game. Although you might tend to use more powerful guns for the leveled-up humans, super mutants, robots, and other enemies, a lot of players like to keep something handy to dispatch the numerous rad roaches and mirelurk spawn without wasting better ammo.
It makes sense that a homemade pipe gun would be chambered in the low pressure and relatively common .45 Auto and .38 Special cartridges. But it is odd that the pipe revolver is chambered for the rimless .45 Auto by default and the automatic and semi auto pipe guns are chambered in .38 by default. .45 Auto is a rimless cartridge, which means the brass at the very base of the cartridge case does not extend past the wall of the case. The rim of a .38 Special would make feeding a challenging problem for self-loading guns. And revolvers are normally chambered for rimmed cartridges to make extraction easier.

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1. I think we assume there's a lot of scrap available.

2. Unless you prefer to three dee print it.

3. As always, you design and build the gun around the (available) ammunition.

4. I like to think the Sten submachinegun is it's most refined form.
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Postby Condottiere » Fri Jul 09, 2021 2:00 pm

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Nuclear Waste Is Manageable. We Just Have To Do It. | Random Thursday

The downside of nuclear power is, of course, nuclear waste. But there are a lot of myths around nuclear waste, and uses for it that might surprise you.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96et8ZGsxJY



1. Recycle the waste through the nuclear damper, reverse the dial, and enrich it?

2. Diamond batteries
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Postby Condottiere » Fri Jul 09, 2021 10:08 pm

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How To Terraform Venus (Quickly)

Leaving earth to find new homes in space is an old dream of humanity and will sooner or later be necessary for our survival. The planet that gets the most attention is Mars, a small, toxic and energy poor planet that just about seems good enough for a colony of depressed humans huddled in underground cities.

But what if we think bigger? What if we take Venus, one of the most hostile and deadly places in the solar system and turn it into a colony? Not by building lofty cloud cities, but by creating a proper second earth? It might be easier than you think.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-WO-z-QuWI



1. Ven[et/us]ian blinds.

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Postby Condottiere » Sat Jul 10, 2021 10:07 pm

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Clean Renewable Energy From A Toilet? Exploring Water Pipe Turbines

Exploring Water Pipe Turbine Generator - Toilet Power?

We've all seen the massive damns and aqueducts that provide power to cities around the world, but there's an untapped potential beneath our cities. Gallons of high-pressure water flowing through our water pipe infrastructure every day; wasted energy dissipating through pressure-reducing valves and canal drops. It's possible to recover some of that energy and put it to use. Imagine your toilet generating energy with every flush ... okay, maybe that's not the best imagery for this ... let's explore energy recovery hydropower and how it could be a game-changer in micro hydropower.

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Be the solution - flush, and conserve energy.

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Postby Condottiere » Sun Jul 11, 2021 11:40 am

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The Paradox of Liquid Water on Mars May Have a Surprise Solution

Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about the potential resolution to why Mars was able to maintain water for a very long time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4xVm1YZfl0



1. Water vapour.

2. Thin clouds.

3. Transplant worms?

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Postby Condottiere » Wed Jul 14, 2021 12:14 pm

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Why Metals Spontaneously Fuse Together In Space

In space, metals can weld together without heat or melting.

Yes, it's pronounced Gemini (ee not eye) because that's the way everyone pronounced this mission.

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Postby Condottiere » Thu Jul 15, 2021 7:03 pm

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Hot Energy Storage? Liquid Metal Battery Explained

Hot Energy Storage? Liquid Metal Battery Explained. Solar and wind power have proven themselves to be cost competitive, but energy storage is key. What if I told you that molten metal might make a better battery? Lower cost, simpler assembly, zero maintenance, and a longer lifetime than lithium-ion. Let's take a closer look at liquid metal battery technology.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8751tkBU_Q



1. Molten salt electrolyte.

2. Large scale storage.

3. Degradation resistant.

4. Cheaper.
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Postby Condottiere » Fri Jul 16, 2021 12:49 pm

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For the Very First Time, We Can See a Black Hole's Magnetic Fields

In 2019, the first-ever image of a black hole wowed the world. And now, the team at the Event Horizon Telescope has released an updated version, this time revealing how the supermassive black hole looks in polarized light.

In April of 2019 scientists working for the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration stunned the world when they released the first ever picture of a black hole. This photo of the supermassive black hole at the heart of the galaxy M87 has since become iconic. But the scientists from the EHT were not finished yet, and after almost two years of poring over their data, they’ve released a new version of their famous photo, one that could help solve a major mystery about black holes.

The mystery involves jets of matter that supermassive black holes can launch off into space at nearly the speed of light. The galaxy M87 has a black hole at its center with just such a jet, one that extends for at least 5,000 light years.

Nearly two decades before the EHT’s iconic image, the Hubble Space Telescope captured another jaw-dropping picture of M87 that clearly showed this jet spearing its way across the cosmos.

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Postby Condottiere » Sun Jul 18, 2021 10:33 pm

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Why Venus is so cold

Venus is a mere 460°C, but basic radiative physics says it should be much hotter...

In this video I look at why Venus is so cold, a paltry 460°C rather than the hundreds of thousands of degrees the greenhouse effect says it should be. With all that carbon dioxide in its atmosphere, and being so much closer to the Sun, why is Venus so cold?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9RIhN2zsRc
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Postby Condottiere » Tue Jul 20, 2021 5:01 pm

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Why our Universe may be Doomed: The Metastable universe

Chapters:
0:00 - Summary of metastability
1:33- Intro to energy potentials
4:08 - The shocking behavior of quantum particles
5:57 - Why a metastable universe could destroy us
7:21 - Why the Higgs potential is special
7:34 - Higgs mechanism
8:06 - Why we think the universe is metastable
8:38 - False vacuum state of Higgs
9:54 - What we would see with Higgs at true vacuum
10:31 - Why isn't everyone panicking?
11:53 - Audible offer for Arvin Ash viewers

Summary:
Could the universe be in a metastable, or false vacuum state? Could there be a looming vacuum catastrophe waiting to happen? Is the universe doomed?

This is related to the Higgs boson and the heaviest fundamental particle we know of, the top quark. All systems tend to minimize energy. Just as in the case of atoms forming molecules to lower overall energy of the system, particles also have a propensity to lower their potential energy.

A very simply potential energy diagram looks like a simple parabola. The Y axis is potential energy, and the X axis represents a parameter by which potential energy varies, such as position, energy, and field value. There's a minimum, or lowest point at 0 energy on the x-axis.

What if we had two minima, where one minimum was at a higher energy state than the other minimum. A physical system trying to minimize energy would always seek to fall into the lowest possible minimum. But the key is that in order to do this, it has to overcome the barrier.

This is the classical picture of how potential energy works. But the world is fundamentally quantum mechanical, not classical. The Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle tells us that in quantum mechanics the position and momentum of a particle is not something we can know exactly, no matter how hard we try. This means a quantum particle is not like a little ball. It’s wavy, its position and momentum is uncertain. Because we don’t exactly know the position and momentum, we can no longer be certain whether the particle will stay at the high minimum or overcome the barrier and drop to the lower minimum.

Because of this uncertainty the particle is no longer in a stable state, but a metastable state. Quantum tunneling could allow it to escape from the higher minimum to the lower minimum. Quantum tunneling is a feature of the probabilistic nature of quantum mechanics.

Our universe could also not be in its lowest possible minimum, meaning that it may also be metastable. We believe this because of the mass ratios of the Higgs boson and top quark. which theoretically puts the universe in a metastable state.

As the matter particles that make up our universe interact with the Higgs potential, they obtain mass and become massive. Without the Higgs there would be no massive fundamental particles. However, if the true Higgs potential is lower than where it is now, then it would change the mass of all fundamental particles, taking the universe from its current state to a completely different state.

For example, Electrons would not have any mass. And without massive electrons, atoms would not be stable. This is because electrons wouldn’t be able to stick to atoms, or more simplistically, be able to orbit them. The latest research shows that the Higgs potential may not currently be in its lowest minimum. It is metastable.

If you create a high enough energy event, you can, in theory, overcome the barrier, and universe collapses. Or the higgs potential could tunnel to the lower energy minimum.

If this were to happen, what would we see? Simulations show that the transition would happens initially locally in a small volume, nucleating a small bubble of the vacuum in space. The bubble would quickly reach the speed of light, any destroying everything in its way. The scary part is that we would not see it coming because it would be propagating at the speed of light, so any light from this nucleating region would reach us at the speed of light. In other words, we would be incinerated at the very moment we saw it. There would be no warning.
#metastable
#vacuumdecay
So why isn’t everyone panicking? Our physics could be wrong, and it will likely not happen for a long time. in a 2018 paper researchers calculated that the lifespan of our metastable universe is anywhere from 10^88 to 10^241 years. So that is many orders of magnitude longer than the current age of the universe.

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Postby Condottiere » Tue Jul 20, 2021 5:32 pm

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Wimmersperg Spz - Last Ditch German Carbine

The Wimmersperg Spz-kr was a last ditch germany bullpup carbine from 1944 / 1945 designed by Heinrich Freiherr von Wimmersperg ( 1901 - 1985 )

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1. When a Sten Gun and a Sturmgewehr love each other very much.

2. I would guess you could make the stock adjustable.
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Postby Condottiere » Wed Jul 21, 2021 1:33 pm

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What's the Fifth Force?

Check out the physics courses that I mentioned (many of which are free!) and support this channel by going to https://brilliant.org/Sabine/ where you can create your Brilliant account. The first 200 will get 20% off the annual premium subscription.

Why do we see so many headlines that say physicists may have discovered a fifth force? What's so special about the fifth force? What is it and what can we do with it?

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Postby Condottiere » Fri Jul 23, 2021 12:10 pm

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How Magnetism Shapes The Universe

Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics proposes that every time a quantum event gets decided, the universe splits so that every possible outcome really does occur. But where exactly are those worlds, and can we ever see them?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_H4xrVzd65Q



1. Magnetic fields affect jumpspace and the tidal flows through them?

2. Larger Hadron Collider.
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Postby Condottiere » Fri Jul 23, 2021 2:58 pm

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Building A Tank Force For Your Interstellar Army | Tank Types, Naming Conventions & Doctrines

"Whenever in future wars the battle is fought, armored troops will play the decisive role." But what types of tanks should interstellar armies deploy? What characteristics should they prioritize? What doctrine should guide their actions and how should the tanks be named? In this episode of Incoming, the Templin Institute investigates the sci-fi tanks of the future.

00:00 - Introduction
05:54 - Role of the Tank
08:12 - Mobility | Tank Characteristics
11:11 - Hovertanks | Tangent #1
13:46 - Protection | Tank Characteristics
18:20 - Firepower | Tank Characteristics
20:49 - Dual Barreled Tanks | Tangent #2:
22:09 - Firepower | Tank Characteristics
22:59 - Secondary Considerations | Tank Characteristics
24:46 - Tank Types
26:33 - Main Battle Tank | Tank Types
30:54 - Light Tanks | Tank Types
32:12 - Medium Tanks | Tank Types
33:39 - Heavy Tanks | Tank Types
37:06 - Super Heavy Tanks | Tank Types
38:47 | Cruiser Tanks | Tank Types
40:50 | Infantry Tanks | Tank Types
42:25 | Tank Destroyers | Tank Types
43:53 | Self Propelled Anti Air | Tank Types
45:14 | Self Propelled Artillery | Tank Types
48:46 | Republic SPHAs | Tangent #3
49:46 | Assault Guns | Tank Types
51:05 | Infantry Fighting Vehicles | Tank Types
53:30 | Infantry Support | Tank Doctrines
57:48 | Maneuver Warfare | Tank Doctrines
59:44 | Recon/Security | Tank Doctrines
01:01:54 | Critiquing the Galactic Empire | Tank Doctrines
01:03:13 | Critiquing the Mobile Infantry | Tank Doctrines
01:03:50 | Tank Naming Conventions
01:06:02 | Conclusion

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1. Within the Traveller context, in the sense of lack of cannon fodder, you're going to need force multipliers, escorts and/or distractions from the troop transports.

2. Anti gravity is a given, and with a big enough engine, you can build them to carry as much armour, firepower, or acceleration, as desired, not limited by ground pressure.

3. Prayer doesn't hurt.

4. Ogres are like onions.

5. I like onions.

6. It doesn't follow that I like ogres.

7. Armament, keep it simple.

8. Endurance.

9. Main Battle Tank is an optimization of available mobility, firepower and protection; consider anti gravity tanks.

10. The forth part of the triad would have to be research and development, production cost, and operating cost.

11. Once you hit seventy tonnes, that's about it for ground crawlers.

12. Super tanks are unrealistic, without anti gravity.

13. Main Battle Tanks are either as light as possible heavy tanks, or as upgunned as possible medium tanks, the happy medium between those two.

14. Light tanks emphasize speed, cruiser tanks tend to have more firepower, and both typify a cavalier attitude; tank destroyers with light armour and a turret could be considered cruiser tanks.

15. Tank destroyers are very specialized vehicles, and would tend to a fixed forward arc; it's generally a question of resource usage, since a general purpose armoured fighting vehicle is a better option.

16. It's a question as what constitutes self propelled artillery, and their primary targets; this is too complex for a few simple sentences, as a meson sled is a pretty effective weapons system with it's own platform, and I've always thought that Book Four Mercenary generally got it right.

17. It's not that modern tanks resemble assault guns, it's more that their general purpose nature allows them to be effective in that role.

18. The difference between tank destroyers and assault guns with fixed forward arcs would be that one has a high velocity gun, and the other a howitzer.

19. Infantry Fighting Vehicles allows direct transport to and support on the battlefield.

20. In this case, doctrine is determined by available resources and terrain, because on the defensive, within your own borders, your objective would be to block the attack, and regain the initiative.

21. Reconnaissance in force is usually when you expect heavy resistance, and you want or need information, or just want to see how the enemy reacts; or it just may be a feint.

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23. Would hesitate to call an artillery based weapon system Boomerang.
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Postby Condottiere » Sat Jul 24, 2021 9:37 am

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Exploring Massless Energy Battery Breakthrough

Exploring Massless Energy Battery Breakthrough. Get Surfshark VPN at https://surfshark.deals/undecided and enter promo code UNDECIDED for 83% off and 3 extra months for free! What if we could take a battery pack's weight out of the equation? Imagine a car that has no battery pack because the car’s structural battery is the pack? Let's explore massless energy storage and how a recent breakthrough could be a dramatic shift in how we can store energy in phones, planes, cars... you name it.

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Basically, it substitutes as part of the hull or chassis.
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Postby Condottiere » Sat Jul 24, 2021 10:41 pm

Armoury: Assault Rifle

1. Currently, standard military side arm.

2. In the Traveller context, not exactly a toy, but a weapon lethal enough to kill an unarmoured, and presumably, unprepared, human, at a distance.

3. If you want to be taken seriously, you'd need to be equipped with an advanced combat rifle, with double the range and a faster rate of fire, plus lighter.

4. At best, considered a paramilitary weapon.

5. However, short range is fifty metres, which rests within a laser dot's fifty metre range.

6. Substitute a scope, and hundred metre penalty goes away, for standard upto two hundred, long four hundred, and extreme eight hundred.

7. If you get to keep the full automatic function, it does a rather mediocre factor of two; or is that three round burst, which most practitioners feel is more for the undisciplined shooter.

8. In theory, disable the automatic function, and maybe castrate the magazine, and it would legally qualify as a hunting rifle; your legalese is likely to vary.
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Postby Condottiere » Mon Jul 26, 2021 12:11 pm

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Armoury: A more tactical approach ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYriyhEvQWc



1. Law level two.

2. Likely why psionics were outlawed.

3. Concealable weapon.

4. With enough velocity, you can take anything out.

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