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Q&A time again! This month we have:
00:17 – Favorite military uniform or camo pattern
01:12 – Stockpile of odd ammo?
02:15 – Bolts closing automatically when a new magazine is inserted
04:18 – Filming in French museum and arsenal collections
06:08 – Gas operated revolvers
06:55 – Videos about 1st generation infrared optics
08:08 – How is the FR-F1 treating me? What are its import marks like? Have I seen “15 Minutes of War”?
12:36 – Have rifle improvements made the OICW concept viable today?
14:30 – Book on Ethiopian guns?
15:38 – What country has stayed ahead of the small arms design curve?
16:44 – Three guns I’d like to film that have no surviving examples
17:55 – Should the French Army have adopted the FAMAS G2?
20:12 – Shotguns as a military weapon?
22:22 – Beginner cannons
25:18 – What has been the historical accuracy standard for military rifles?
26:27 – Publicity for Forgotten Weapons or Headstamp outside the gun community?
27:26 – What gun’s popularity stumps me?
29:52 – What do militaries so with surplus and obsolete arms?
31:37 – Gotten hair stuck in a gun?
32:03 – Russian silenced handguns
32:55 – Video about books/library?
34:30 – Did I buy the Lewis at Morphys?
36:40 – Breda Modelo 30 vs Chauchat Mle 1915
37:45 – Forgotten Weapons by mail
39:37 – What makes a good pistol for competition?
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