Planes, Trains and T110s
Дата: 25.12.2018 22:01:03
The_Chieftain: On that, of course, the effective rate of fire of something being, say, 200 rounds a minute (with magazine changes) is equally a bit academic. You only have a base load of 210 rounds, so if you’re expecting the battle to be over in one minute and three seconds, it’s a bit of a delusion. Thus, the more interesting question is the difference between semi auto only, such as the British L1, limited burst such as the American M4, standard select fire with semi as primary such as the M14, or select fire with full auto as primary, witness the AK47. In theory, training can account for any of those options without hard coding into the mechanism, but obviously there is a reason those mechanical decisions were made.