Message from @DJN
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I think they should have modernized the Thompson. The UMP 45 has a slower rate of fire.
The Tommy gun is a beautiful gun and if I was willing to spend $20,000 I’d buy me one. The fire rate is rediculous for something that shoots 45 acp
Not only that but they are so iconic and a collectors item.
one hell of a way to waste ammo
lmao you'll be lucky if .45 ACP goes through your enemies clothing
Yea I would much prefer 9x39mm.
Either that or 7.62 NATO
or even .300 Savage
There is only one bullet for me
I stock 5.56, .308, 9mm, .38 special, .357 magnum, 12 gauge, 20, and .410
.45 is the superior sidearm round for a shtf kinda scenario
Just for show
^^^^^^ what this?
Pointing upward haha like I agree or nice!
M61 Vulcan cannon on the back of a Toyota wtf <:Chad:466634561154056192>
on the back of a bike
You can get the cool ones for cheap.
Where's the lie
I don’t know if this has been discussed in here before, but full-auto is hugely overrated. There are two uses for full-auto, and they’re closely related: suppression and intimidation. When there is something spraying large quantities of bullets at you, you don’t want to leave cover, and it can be pretty spooky. However, it’s a big waste of ammo. If you have a selective fire rifle with a full-auto option, use semi anyways. From what I understand, best practice is to use two shots of semi-auto at a single target. Full-auto causes a lot of drift due to recoil, which means most of your bullets are landing around the target, not on it. Two rapid semi-auto shots will be more likely to hit your target, and most likely kill it if you do hit it. If there is anyone with formal military training that can contradict me, please do, but the info I have is from someone in the military.
Semi auto or burst