That's Robert Silvers gun. He's the guy who invented the Photo Mosaics, the pictures that are made up of thousands of smaller pictures. He has a nice collection of mg's, rifles and suppressors. His website is silencertests.com
I have several of his videos downloaded in the 'puter. Fun to watch.
Whats it co$t to be lucky enough to have a full auto MG-42 in the safe ? I have a Mac10 and love it , but how much am I going to have to part with when I win the Lottery to call a MG-42 Full Auto my Very Own ??
That is an old video by Robert Silvers. Dont see him much on the internet anymore but he made some very cool videos.
Having shot MG42's a lot, that scenario happens a lot. Since the gun fires from an open bolt, sometimes the sear does not completely engage the bolt to stop it from firing either do to worn parts or not completely letting the trigger return to its forward position. This has happened on my M60 but usually from the operator not aggressively pulling the trigger all the way in and completely releasing it.
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