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Red Jacket

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Red Jacket last won the day on September 2 2011

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  1. Dude , that's cool , I don't even like bullpup's , but thats cool
  2. (Insert comment about all the recent drama here) Keep your chin up guys don't let it get you down, you have a good business and show. Back off people.

  3. I missed the Thanksgiving Day special , it was the Top 10 ? We filmed 3 specials in the last month , hell , hard to keep up with them . I did hear one interesting tidbit from a new producer the other day . He was flipped out because us making a gun [that they where filming] was interfering with his filming schedule . Said he'd done all the reality shows , never ran into such bullshit . everybody else has a side crew that does that work for them . lol , ain't that some shit ? think we'll keep doing it our way some of the shit they film and the way they put it togather may irk me but at least
  4. I think it'll be another month .
  5. OK , we're back from Vegas . 14-18 hour days didn't leave a lot of time for playing lol . Yes , with the 57 mm , we shot all rounds , it was a long , great day . Will
  6. Getting together a decent fire control system to ward off rocket attacks would be difficult to get working under a time crunch. Most systems today use a doppler radar with a very narrow beam width for pinpoint anti-inc, combined with a full spectrum surface search system (ala- 48 r). Because RPG attacks would be happening within 100 yards, a system like that wouldn't be very plausible on its own....supplemented by a drones or AWACS though.....who knows. Would just be a matter of getting POF location, make that data relative to the target and point the countermeasure in its general direction.
  7. Getting together a decent fire control system to ward off rocket attacks would be difficult to get working under a time crunch. Most systems today use a doppler radar with a very narrow beam width for pinpoint anti-inc, combined with a full spectrum surface search system (ala- 48 r). Because RPG attacks would be happening within 100 yards, a system like that wouldn't be very plausible on its own....supplemented by a drones or AWACS though.....who knows. Would just be a matter of getting POF location, make that data relative to the target and point the countermeasure in its general direction.
  8. It's a few months out , still , should have it somewhere in season 3 [starts filming Oct. 10th]
  9. it's fun as hell touching it off but like I said above , unless there's a serious interest[money] , the 12's dropped in favor of the 5.56 . The mag's did well , Joe has a rheostat type switch to control rpms , that's handy .
  10. That's definatly a thought . I'll be at the AUSA conference in Oct. , I'll see if there's any interest in it .
  11. I have to ask, where did you end up finding ammo for that thing? I can't imagine it is very easy to find...nor is it cheap lol. 80 rounds of HE, AP and TP...what fun. Do the guys that come in and do the ultrasound have other ways to NDI parts? Liquid Dye Penatrant or eddy curret testing? I would have been pretty nervous putting that thing back together and firing it after it had been cut up and in pieces for so long...the boys did a great job putting it back together again and very cool to see fire! Not always fun on your end is an understatement I'm sure, but we sure love to see Red
  12. yeah it was , a Dewalt . Worked really good .
  13. The motor just spun the three guns, The trigger guards were removed, and the triggers were actuated by a piece of metal that was angled as a ramp as the guns passed on the bottom side. From what I saw anyhow. That's what it was .
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