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Old 02-18-2013, 11:22 AM   #311
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Q. The US military used a 4 shot 66mm rocket weapon. What was it?
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What years was the Lewis gun produced?
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Hm2, the only reason i knew it was because of my little brother. He's all about anything russian surplus.
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What gun still used by the US military uses the .45-70 cartridge?
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If I'm not mistaken Mosin was a Russian. The Nagant revolver was designed by Leon Nagant.
You forgot his bother Émile.. The Nagants were bothers and worked together....
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You got me there Trez. Touche.
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Here's one...."What is this monstrosity?"
I don't know, but I have seen this kind of thing before, but not with military hardware. The one I saw was adapted to the use of somebody in a wheel chair. Am I close?
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