Belt-Fed, Full-Auto Shotgun ...

Discussion in 'Machine Guns' started by GearZ, Mar 4, 2014.

  1. GearZ

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    Now this one has to be a kick in the pants (er, shoulder as the case may be) to play around with. It looks like this guy built a belt-fed upper for a registered M16 lower. If nothing else, you've got to admire the ingenuity.

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    I can only imagine how expensive that would get if you loaded it up with a belt of slugs. That's pretty awesome! I wonder if he had to custom make the belt for the shells?
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    I would imagine the belt is custom made. It appears to be fabric and non-disintegrating, sort of like late 19th machine guns. Running birdshot or bulk packs of buck wouldn't be too spendy, but much else would have to put a pretty sizable dent in the old wallet. ;)
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    The ingenuity of that man is absolutely mind boggling also I would not be the poor so and so to ever be in front of something like that, there'd bbe nothing left if you did, although I could see a lot of jamming issues with that particular gun.
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    True that. The upper kind of looks like a Franken-1919 machine gun, but the overall shape and size makes me think he made it from scratch.

    LOL! Very true. I don't want to stand in front of any firearm when it goes bang, but a shotgun buzz-saw ranks pretty high on things that I really don't want to be downrange of. ;)
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    could only imagine something that terrifying being shot at me, makes you shudder somewhat, I would love to fire one myself and just see how quickly targets just disintegrate.
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    I would love to see how he made the feed mechanism for that thing. The pawls must be monstrous!
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    I agree, it would be interesting to see how he made the feeding mechanism, but as I said in an earlier post it seems to jam quite a bit, either that or he is just moving the empty ammunition feed out of the way so it doesn't get caught.
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    That is insane! The guy who made that is a very skilled machinist for sure. It looks a lot like the mk19 grenade launcher without the box magazine and it sounds even more awesome.
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    I definitely agree with you, the ingenuity to craft something like that is amazing. Also, like what you said, the kick must be enormous though. I still like the idea and ingenuity though of crafting something like this. I think he should use this as resume material for finding job in the R&D field of making new weapons.
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    Looks awesome, I'd love to be able to fire big guns like that. Unfotunately all I've ever fired is a pistol

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