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They have good taste for exotic weapons din.
The Indonesians make the FNC under license, althought they still use the M16; both take the same mags. The only difference is that the FNC's bolt does not lock back after the last shot.
Peter G. Kokalis, formerly of Soldier of Fortune, had a low opinion of the FNC; according to him too heavy and not up to Fabrique Nationale standards of quality.;) But then he was always a cynic of the highest order; he always said that the only thing in the US Army that worked properly was the P-38 can opener.:supergrin:
Dunno about the new Indonesian bullpup, but if I were to get one, it would be the FN2000, the first truly ambidextrous bullpup.:thumbsup:
Originally posted by CatsMeow
But then he was always a cynic of the highest order; he always said that the only thing in the US Army that worked properly was the P-38 can opener.:supergrin:
You hit the nail on the head abou Peter G. Kokalis!!! He is amazingly nit-picky about stuff...I don't think he's ever seen anything that he's liked out of the box!
Guy with bullpup, could this be the Norinco Type 97 5.8 mm assault rifle?
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