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The 5.56mm M855 round has received considerable criticism for its terminal characteristics.Detractors point out that the round fails to fragment when the striking velocity is too low – such as when fired from a very short barrel or when the bullet has slowed down thanks to its relatively unimpressive ogive shape – or when the bullet strikes the target at a very low angle of attack.There may no longer be a need for space satellite advertizing in space, as patented in March 2004 by Alexander Lavrynov, a spacecraft designer, as Spaxel technology will be able to accomplish the same thing in our own terrestrial night skies, only much more cheaply and in a more spectacular manner This website remains archived as a resource for Islamic endtime prophecies, especially those concerning the Sufyaani, the Dajjal, the Mahdi, and the Messiah.The author has recently contacted me and conveyed his hopes to resume updating the website either at the link above or at another location.Action is very smooth on this digger and gas port is clean. CONDITION: Overall finish and appearance is approaching excellent. Comes with tripod numbered 188 and Zeiss optic SN 2583. Other external parts appear to be matching; this includes trunnion, feed shuttle, fusee spring cover, top cover, backplate, cocking handle, and rear sight as well as optic sight base and rail retaining plates. Sight optics are clear, metal retains 85% of its gray/blue finish. Bottom of trunnion is engraved “JPL T AZ85653”, which indicates that at one time this arm was in the possession of a noted firearms enthusiast in Arizona. This pistol is in the documented serial number range supplied to the Basel police immediately after WWI and is offered with the correct Basel Police pattern black leather holster. Retracting two pins from the base releases the lid to view the interior, which is lined with grey baize. An outstanding presentation case whose visual impact is even greater than the pistol. This example has a 5-1/2″ bbl with a fixed front and sight.
This Marlin 1897 potato digger comes on a brass tripod with WWII era mounting nut. Rotary belt feed and feed lever articulate properly. PROVENANCE: The class III weapons formerly on loan to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. Mag body is corroded and the bottom has a few minor chips. He further reports that the caliber utilized is the long 7.63x45mm cartridge, and that the design incorporates the last Mannlicher patents for a non-recoiling forend. ONCE WE HAVE THAT, WE’LL COLLECT THE PURCHASE PRICE FROM YOU AND PROVIDE YOU WITH THE CITES PERMIT AND AN ESA CERTIFICATE. Crown/Crown U proofing appears just over the SNs and on the left side of the slide.In a current conversation with a fellow collector about the Randall Made knife in the Black Hawk Down book he told us about a Randall type knife made in Turkey.We assumed it was a common low dollar rip-off just like most of the overseas junk that is imported for the flea market trade. We found out there is a little knife shop in a town called Sinop that features a long time established family of cutlers. I.s and spook types have had knives made while stationed there over the years since Vietnam!, which is paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. Blueing is thin to bare metal on both sides of receiver with a pleasing light brown patina. Mannlicher’s last patents of 1904 addressed this problem, which is cured in this carbine by disconnecting the barrel so it can recoil within the fixed fore-end. Virtually the entire surface has been engraved with a deeply chiseled vine and floral pattern.The prices noted here after the auction are considered unofficial and do not become official until after the 46th day. Wooden hand grip has some dings and wear but is complete and serviceable. This short lightweight carbine has a 19″ bbl and comes with a detachable box magazine. The bbl and frame are blued while the slide and sideplate are etched grey.