Green army squad took up a position and dug in on little desktop. As they waited for dust off of a fallen soldier, they were attacked by an entire brigade of tan army encamped by the printer. With little ammunition and heavily outnumbered, the green army fought valiantly until they could be rescued by air support. This video is dedicated to the men who died defending little desktop.
Much lower production value than some of the other stop motion videos I’ve posted on here, but still entertaining.
I’d hate to shoot large rifle calibers out of there. I bet now they could make such an awesome flying platform, seeing as computer control could easily stabilize it. Talk about exposing yourself to incoming fire though haha. Basically it would be an awesome toy.
Despite the success of the PMAG, Army officials from the TACOM Life Cycle Management Command issued a “safety of use message” in April that placed it, and all other polymer magazines, on an unauthorized list.
I assume that is going to make a lot of people angry. I really don’t see the downside to Pmags. They are light, the polymer has a natural lubricity, they are durable, cheap to make etc… etc… I’m all for giving the soldiers what THEY want. They are the ones that have to use the equipment, and bet their lives on it.
Did Magpul piss some high level Army officials off? Did a USGI mag manufacturer make the Army an offer they couldn’t refuse? My guess is we will never know the exact answer.