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This reminds me of electronic paintball guns which use a solinoid controled by a computer board as opposed to the older blowback mechanical design. Now real guns are going from blowback to electronic as well. XD
[quote]On 7/6/2006 12:27:52 PM Zeeno wrote: Wouldn`t a EMP (electro magnetic pulse) frazzle one of these things?[/quote]No. EMPs are only effective against a very select number of items. Most electronics is almost completely resistant to it, and this stuff, designed for the military, would absolutely be able to ignore any EMP.
[quote]where has the world gone to??? [...] and at 16 have sex [...][/quote]
My mom helped deliver a baby to a 13-year-old girl. That was in 1969.
I don`t see why people get in such a fuss about guns. "Oh Jaysus, yet another way of killing someone."
If someone wants to kill someone all they have to do is pick up a rock and bash their brains in. Guns just make it easier. The desire to kill rests with the killer, not the weapon.
dude, they exist... the only way to make the world safer for a country is to make better guns than everyoen else... unless everyone up and decides to destroy every gun ever made and not make another... but do you think thats going to happen?
also about home defense, this thing will NEVER be legal...
Great inviention though, lets say our troops are going to be attacked by a group of enemeys much larger... but they know where they are coming from... plop these things up and press on and walk away... no dead americans! yay!
Someone should put up the Directed Energy eppisode with the directed sound speaker, that was the poo. They found a way to make sound travel on a specific path instead of the sound waves going anywhere.
I think some of the metal storm weapons are in use in Iraq, the hand guns the only real part you keep is the trigger, the barrel you can throw away, just like clips in previous military issue hand guns.
Tiredofnicks, I recomend you watch this over again because they explained everything you argued about in that. Plus I`m sure the military has solved those problems, seeing as how some are actually in the hand of some select military personel.
Harry Calahan has something to say about that
Why do they sound so proud of this? It`s like happily giving a newly-designed chainsaw to a mass murderer.
Wooo! It`s so much more efficiant at blowing your fellow humans to pieces!
uhh actually it was 16000
how can a gun jam with no moving parts?
Secondly, are we going to start seeing unmanned turrets like we see in so many games? Counterstrike anyone? B-|
and chain83 the "scary voice" is the bald guy in the first scene- hes an ex navy seal
"These are being designed primarily for military use."As were the snaplock musket, the automatic pistol and the sub-machine gun, all of which found their way into the hands of the general populace.
To make things clear here, I`m a pacifist, but I do like to solve engineering and design problems.
Nothing makes me write someone off with more speed than one who wastes their time saying such intelligent and world-changing phrases as "just what we need more guns" and "GO AMERICA "Killing people scence 1774"".
...oh and Beternal; thanks for the giggle. That`s why I come here. At least someone`s got it right.
"oh poo, it`s raining!" or better:
"um sir... we`ve run out of ammo!"
Think about this:
The plating on our kevlar armor is made out of ceramic plates first, then kevlar, after about two rounds to the same general area it fails, if you can nail three shots simutaneously against an area, it effectively makes kevlar obsolete.
They could have eased up a bit on the "sacry voice" sound :P
oh and ryan, did you get a hard-on watching that vid, im sure you did.
1600 Bullets in a split second? Are you kidding me?
I`d LOVE to see the 250,000 40mm grenades go off though, that`d be cool to watch.