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  • Belt Feed .22lr - 1000rd burst

    How long would it have taken to load that up?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=7h0s_62jXuk

  • #2
    Is that the right video??
    “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil, is for good men to do nothing” - Edmund Burke

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    • #3
      I think you might have put up the wrong video .

      Did you mean , one of these video's ?

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8nGUp5F_OA

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7h0s_62jXuk
      A truly strong person does not need the approval of others any more than a lion needs the approval of sheep.

      Vernon Howard .

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      • Morgo
        Morgo commented
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        Originally posted by Omega_Rifles" post=3017
        I think you might have put up the wrong video .

        Did you mean , one of these video's ?

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8nGUp5F_OA

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7h0s_62jXuk
        So much win

        Atleast with a .22 machine gun its reasonably affordable to feed 1000rds through


















        Would make the ultimate zombie gun too, I had to say it

    • #4
      Tried em (Both the Tipman 1919's and the later LM7 units from Lake Side Guns), sold em!. Problem is reliability. Once you start doing bursts rather than belt dumps they become jamomatics. The LM7 also required a weakened hammer spring to be installed.
      The cloth belts work the best, but are a prick to load and need to be washed periodically to stiffen them up. They came out with plastic links, which for some stupid reason they decided they'd make to take both the .22LR and .17. Problem is they're loose as buggery for .22LR.
      When I spoke with Eric at the SAR show in AZ last year he said he was closing up shop come the end of this year.

      Only full auto .22's with high cap mags that run reliably that I've played with are E&L tuned American 180's and 10/22 conversions running steel lipped mags (Norrell and others). Speaking of which, I heard the South Australia Correctional Services purchased some American 180's back in the day. Anyone know what happened to them?

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      • #5
        that runs so well , no stoppages etc, i really want one!

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        • #6
          What about one of these? Got to be Category A - one crank is only one shot!






          Magazine was from Steves Pages, google is currently saying this website may currently host malware however.

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          • Tornado-Technologies
            Tornado-Technologies commented
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            Originally posted by NewsteadVic" post=5694
            What about one of these? Got to be Category A - one crank is only one shot!
            Unfortunately no, the Calico gatling kit takes two Ruger 10/22's so would be at least Cat. D, as that's what the Rugers are..
            It uses a cam system to pull the triggers.
            There was a company in NZ that was making real Gatlings in .22LR and some of them ended up in Australia back in the day. I'd imagine that most states are going to categorise them as machineguns though these days

        • #7
          Seems inherently wrong to have no recoil on a MG though :lol:

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          • #8
            These video's just prove there is a genuine need for a change in the gun laws. How much fun could you have with one of those :lol: :lol:

            Antz

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              Originally posted by Antz" post=6185
              These video's just prove there is a genuine need for a change in the gun laws. How much fun could you have with one of those :lol: :lol:

              Antz

              In other words, just as much "proof" for the Govt to be determined that there should never be a change in the gun laws :lol:

          • #9
            i certainly hope it's an open bolt design, cook offs anyone

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            • Tornado-Technologies
              Tornado-Technologies commented
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              Originally posted by Brent65" post=6276
              i certainly hope it's an open bolt design, cook offs anyone
              Nah, the LM7 units are closed bolt. Other .22 MG's like the American 180 are open bolt.
              Here's an American 180 (not my video)
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