Long Recoil LMGs of WWI

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Bandersnatch
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Long Recoil LMGs of WWI

Post by Bandersnatch » Thu Apr 04, 2019 6:08 pm

https://youtu.be/xplcIo1_iMM

Some interesting video of light machine guns.
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Re: Long Recoil LMGs of WWI

Post by fpgt72 » Wed Apr 10, 2019 6:12 am

C&R is one of the few youtube "channels" that I "support". If you watch his videos you will see an 8 on the wall.....I wrote to Othas....not sure how you spell his name and asked if he was going to be doing a show on the 8 and he is.....not sure when. He already covered the winchester self loaders....in 351 WSL.

He does just the facts mam and no political garbage in there.....they are well worth the watch.

But I will tell you it takes a special kind of geek to watch an hour and a half video on these weapons.

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Re: Long Recoil LMGs of WWI

Post by LarryB » Mon May 20, 2019 6:42 am

Aye, C&R is a great channel. I think I've seen the video you mentioned, fpgt72.

And that video is interesting indeed, Bandersnatch.

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Re: Long Recoil LMGs of WWI

Post by Missionary » Sun May 26, 2019 8:58 am

Good morning
Have to look on that one. I also Watch C&R much more than others.

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Re: Long Recoil LMGs of WWI

Post by Missionary » Sun May 26, 2019 9:08 am

Thank you for that link. That was interesting and showed far more autos long recoil than I had any idea of. Makes me wonder if the 20mm Orlikons are classified long recoil or Very long recoil.

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