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Old 10-05-2016, 12:56 PM   #21
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My first gunsmithing job was working on class 3 arms, most anything you could imagine. Everything from WW II on up to what was the latest greatest in the '80's. I shot oodles of machineguns and I think I was the only one who worked there who wasn't in Hog Heaven...yeah, they're fun but they just don't do it for me. I'm much more impressed when I put 5 well aimed shots onto 5 targets in rapid succession than winging 5 targets with a 30 round burst.
Daddy never liked full-auto fire either (Navy Rifle Team). I was raised a rifleman, and I'll probably die a rifleman.

It has been said that a well-placed shot that accomplishes the task, is better that a thousand rounds that miss.

"You can take that to the bank." - Robert Blake as Baretta.
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Old 10-05-2016, 01:07 PM   #22
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My dad got me hooked on the Matt Helm series by Donald Hamilton. Old Matt was the rough and tumble American version of 007. The character wasn't much impressed with full auto fire either. To paraphrase, he stated that he was much more impressed (and afraid) of the guy who could tell you which button on your shirt he was going to perforate.
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My dad got me hooked on the Matt Helm series by Donald Hamilton. Old Matt was the rough and tumble American version of 007. The character wasn't much impressed with full auto fire either. To paraphrase, he stated that he was much more impressed (and afraid) of the guy who could tell you which button on your shirt he was going to perforate.
That takes me back! I don't care how big or small the round is, if the eye socket or aorta goes bye-bye, you can generally "close the lid" on the target.

Enough said.
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I've seen them in use... they seem to mimic full-auto well. However, since the primary utility for full auto seems to be turning money into noise and brass, I'm not interested.
And a paper clip is a lot cheaper...
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Walt, you don't even need a paper clip. With a little practice works just fine using just your trigger finger.

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