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The Small Arms Thread, Part 8: 2018; ICSR to be replaced by US Army with interim 15mm Revolver Cannon.

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Saying about the Uzi in the Dutch army back in the 60s: "If you want to hit something with the Uzi past 25 meters: throw it". A bayonet would like... triple its lethality past 25 meters!

One can be fairly accurate with the Uzi (or any other open bolt SMG), but it takes a LOT of practice, something most of it's end users cannot afford.

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What's the DMR LoooSer?  Interesting looking.  Heavy profile barrel.

IDK, let's wait Sturgeon to answer.













:wacko:  :wacko:  :wacko:  Dat muzzle brake







Look! Their sights have matching colors with their helmets rails!  :D




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