Wednesday, September 01, 2010


Photos From the Front

The little brown gun gets all tricked out and goes to war. Although I'm not completely certain, this serious weapon seems to be a military version of the Ruger Mini 14, numbered in military parlance the AC-556K. It shoots the NATO 5.56mm at about 750 rpm and the receiver is a little longer than the civilian model as it has a selector switch (for single, three shot burst and full auto) near the back right hand side. This one has a sliding wire stock and folded bi-pod as well as a fairly serious looking scope. This is U.S. Army Spc. Andrew Powell providing security during a presence patrol to the village of Margah at Combat Outpost Margah in Paktika province, Afghanistan, on May 6, 2010. Powell is assigned to 4th Platoon, ABU Company, 1st Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment (Air Assault). The photo is by Sean McKenna, US Army.


M-14 numbnuts
thats a M-fucking 14, with a modern aluminum stock, most likely sage ordnance

I can't believe the ignorance

mini 14 was never adopted for military service
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