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Firearm Cycling Video (Slow Motion)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by WayneConrad, Sep 4, 2008.

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  1. WayneConrad

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  2. Flame Red

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    Very cool. I like seeing that skeletonized gun and the internal workings on the inside while firing!
     
  3. General Geoff

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    The skeletonized semi auto pistol is way cool. :)
     
  4. Big Boomer

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    kudos nice find
     
  5. REB

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    The interesting thing to me is how much the bolt on the AR bounced back after going into battery.
     
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    What sort of stand is the shooter using for the 1911?? Looks like it has a strap or something to prevent recoil? (Im a noob, just in case it's obvious) :D Anyway, the stand looks cool, and could be an asset at the range..
     
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    Very interesting, thank you!
     
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    Finally, something new on here!;)
     
  9. Chrome

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    Did you guys check the Buckshot one in the same link? Wow that was a trip.

    Later,
    Chrome...
     
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