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Article about: Using extremely lightweight Austrian army .308 blanks, loaded into a hand fitted 1940's belt. The lighter load blanks cycle smoothly and do less mechanical damage to the internal parts. Movi

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    Using extremely lightweight Austrian army .308 blanks, loaded into a hand fitted 1940's belt.
    The lighter load blanks cycle smoothly and do less mechanical damage to the internal parts.
    Movie rental gun - all permitted, and legal - licensed operators - even a medic.

    I tried some German DAG plastic blanks and had a FTF every five rounds, with torn off rims, and spent shells melting beneath the bolt.

    This works all next week on a movie so the testing was worthwhile and important - a jam on set is always more difficult to clear than on the range, no light, distractions, pressure, etc.,

    I will use an assault drum - as hanging free the vibration caused the belt to FTF - tried shortening a belt to 20 rounds, which worked well - but, 20 rounds goes very quickly.

    Pit

    Last edited by pitfighter; 01-23-2013 at 02:00 AM.

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