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Letter of the law, spirit of a Strelok Strelok 07/11/2020 (Sat) 16:19:37 No.4053
British man took a Ruger 96-44, a few bits of aluminium, and made a belt-fed bullpup lever-action rifle chambered in .44 Magnum. And this is perfectly legal in Bongistan of all places. https://invidio.us/watch?v=sU5qtmvwftY https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2020/07/08/belt-fed-bullpup-lever-action-rifle-chambered-in-44-magnum/ http://archive.is/9Cidf This thread is to discuss similar contraceptions that don't give a flying fuck about the spirit of some retarded law.
>>4053 This is pretty cool. Belt being 3d printed could be improved with an alignment sheath or something. Looks like a round fell out of the belt at 4:26 since there's nothing really to stop it while dangling, but it's a prototype so expected. The can in the pic looks like the answer to that. Fuck it, I want one.
>>4053 I've seen that fellows work before he turned his 96/44 into that. Lots of motivation for people in shitholes.
>>4053 >British man took a Ruger 96-44, a few bits of aluminium, and made a belt-fed bullpup lever-action rifle chambered in .44 Magnum. And this is perfectly legal in Bongistan of all places. Only for now, the Police will no doubt be busy trying to get the law changed again. I think they managed to close the loophole of the double trigger guns, for example.
>>4055 What's even more impressive is that he might have just invented a new type of belt: the lift-out. Instead of pulling or pushing out the cartridge vertically the lifter just pushes it up, like if it was fed from a tube magazine. It's perfect for rimmed cartridges, and I could see it work especially well with shotgun shells. Although it's quite possible that somebody already made such a belt before, but I don't know any examples.
>>4053 Could this weapon be used in a hypothetical insurgency that total won't happen besides in the video game "Insurgency"?. Regardless, it's an extremely impressive piece of engineering an makes the local politicians asshurt. Images unrelated
>>4659 >Could this weapon be used in a hypothetical insurgency that total won't happen besides in the video game "Insurgency"?. You could use unsharpened sticks and rotting cheese to fight an insurgency if you wish so. Don't get me wrong, this weapon could be most certainly used to your advantage in certain situations, but taking over a country is a bit more complicated that firing lots of .44 Magnum in a timely manner.

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