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Re: AIMNAS Item requests Part 2[message #357017 is a reply to message #356981] Tue, 19 March 2019 15:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
SecretStamos

 
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Registered:October 2015
Oh that's a scaled up picture of it. I've got the actual one facing the other way in the proper size.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=09371849936414151245

Here you are, this is the STI file happy


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Re: AIMNAS Item requests Part 2[message #357152 is a reply to message #357017] Fri, 05 April 2019 22:23 Go to previous message
Freddy Kr├╝ger

 
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Registered:June 2015
"Another salient feature of the MSG90 is the push-pinned trigger housing. By first removing the stock, the shooter can quickly replace the semi-automatic trigger group and housing with a unit that facilitates fully-automatic firing. Essentially, the MSG90 differs from the the PSG1 in its ability to be deployed as a support weapon. Of course, it is not as ideal in this role as is a more dedicated weapon like the 21E, which is equipped with a belt-feed mechanism and a quick-change barrel. Nonetheless, the search for faster follow-up shots ends here.
In short, the MSG90 is a multi-purpose weapon that offers an unparalleled balance of precision and firepower. Other G3 variants, including the PSG1, are more application-specific for various reasons. The PSG1's size and weight certainly enhance its astounding accuracy at distances previously deemed beyond the capabilities of a semi-automatic rifle, but these attributes have an inverse affect on mobility. The MSG90, on the other hand, sacrifices neither accuracy nor mobility at normal engagement ranges in, say, an urban environment. Even a fully-automatic G3 or 21E can be fitted with quality optics, but battle rifles and machine guns (like their users) are perhaps best confined to their intended roles. The idea behind the MSG90 is that it transcends these boundaries while providing law enforcement and military units with the utmost in tactical flexibility."
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