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PACIFIC OCEAN (Sep. 10, 2011) Aviation Ornanceman Airman Walter Hopkins fires an M60 machine gun during a live fire exercise aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island (LHD 8). The Makin Island Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) is currently conduction a composite unite training exercise (COMPTUEX) off the coast of Southern California. COMPTUEX is a training exercise designed to test capabilities and ensure overall readiness prior to deployment. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stephen D. Doyle II/Released)
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The belt-fed 22LR replica of the Browning M1919 is a fairly inexpensive choice if your jones’n for a beltfed ATF legal machinegun (Semi Auto actually). This particular 1919 was constructed from a parts kit where the owner (shred2dotnet) machined the required parts not found in the parts kit. Shred, goes over the particulars of the gun’s operation and general maintenance of the 1919. Shred also provides some slow motion video footage of its operation and other cool videos on his YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/shred2dotnet Be sure and visit.
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In total there were six variants of the basic M1919 machine gun. The original M1919 featured a relatively heavy barrel, attempting to match the sustained fire capability of contemporary water-cooled machine guns. The M1919A1 featured a lighter barrel and a bipod. The M1919A2 was another lightweight development specifically for mounted cavalry units, utilizing a shorter barrel and special tripod (though it could be fitted to either the M1917 or M2 tripods). This weapon was designed to allow greater mobility to cavalry units over the existing M1917 machine gun. The M1919A2 was used for a short period between World War I and World War II after the cavalry had converted from horses to wheeled and tracked vehicles. An improved version of the M1919A2, the M1919A3, was also developed.
However, by and large the most common variant of the series was the M1919A4. The M1919A4 was used in both fixed and flexible mounts, by infantry and on vehicles. It was also widely exported after World War II and continues to be used in small numbers around the world. Two variants were developed specifically for vehicular use, the M1919A5, with an extended charging handle, and the M1919A4E1, a subvariant of the M1919A4 refitted with an extended charging handle.
The M1919A6 was an attempt to provide US forces with a more portable light machine gun, similar to the German MG 34 and MG 42 machine guns they were facing. The M1919A6 had a metal buttstock assembly that clamped to the backplate of the gun, and a front barrel bearing that incorporated both a muzzle booster and a bipod similar to that used on the M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR). A lighter barrel than that of the M1919A4 was fitted. The M1919A6 was a heavy (32 pounds) and awkward weapon in comparison with the MG34 and MG42 and was eventually replaced in US service by the M60 machine gun in the 1960s.
Shooting and discussing the BAR, designed by John Browning. Yes, it’s a little redundant to call it a “Browning BAR,” but it just seems to make it more clear what it is, especially to those folks less familiar with it. BAR = Browning Automatic Rifle.
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When the first body armor was ever issued, it was sent to some of the outfits in Korea (Wpns Cn, 2nd Bn, 5th Marines) was on the list of the first to try it out. They were in the mountains, in the summer, and most of their movements were on foot. After only a few days no one was wearing the heavy, hot vests even though the brass wanted us too. I am sure today’s technology has improved greatly but I see the Marine has not changed his practical approach to solving problems in combat.
The armor is good, even by today’s standards, but it’s still not light enough. Average Marines or GI carries about 70 lbs of gear. No one wants an addition twenty five pounds of armor on, especially when doing foot patrols from sector A to b. Right now, light armor is only good against turning small caliber rounds. Soldiers and Marines are faced with armor defeating calibers like 7.62×39 and well you know the list.
Marines Iraq turned down the armor because it was too heavy, and you need some thick plating to turn heavy calibers. I mean my father was in the Army Rangers and he said those damn plates they carried weighed like bricks. So the technology still has to step up a notch. I am sure they will come up with something.
The Army no longer wants to reimburse for personally purchased body armor. As a Vet with over 1500 hours of flying as a “gunner” as part of a pink team I tell you now. The M16 was crap and the M60 not much better. I purchased an M3 grease gun and used it for backup, not an M16. That old piece of crap saved a few lives in the year I had it. Most of our LOH pilots carried a 45, not the 38 they were issued.
I had 1 that I purchased for myself, had to use it on occasion, never failed to knock down what it hit (did not hang around long enough to check bodies) The REMFs at many bases could not understand our liking for older weapons, but they never put it on the line, either. If someone wants a better weapon or armor so be it. It is time to pass laws stating that ex military types cannot be hired by defense contractors or forfeit pensions and benefits. In about 10 years we would have the absolute world’s best.However, I have been studying ballistics and armor for a long time and have two patents pending on nxtgen armor.
Anyways, I know someone from a company that makes body armor now for several years, and he is a man of his word. I have spoken personally to several security contractors whom wear it, like it. And saw, and talked on the phone to one person that was hit in the sandbox with it on. Dragon Skin Armor is a great idea. My personal opinion, is that its just too expensive.
That is just too much for someone to go out and buy if they only want to use it for a little while. Well, based on how they are made, that’s the deal. In case you are not following me, I’m talking about the SOV Vest. There are people out here with ideas and ways to keep safe the people whom go into harms way on our behalf, I personally, have devoted the rest of my life, after working in private/contractor type security overseas from Africa to S. America to make this a reality.
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