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Old March 11th, 2017, 10:25 PM   #1
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Came across this gem in my suggested youtube videos. Posted 3 years ago. Comes as a follow up to the most armed man in america that was posted here recently. He says he paid $9K for a vietnam era "bring back". Cheap right? I wish i could find one for $9K... i'd have it right now!


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Old March 12th, 2017, 05:26 AM   #2
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I hope no one was holding the camera on that last mag dump.......... nothing like being down range of someone shooting a machine gun in an less than stable position.

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Old March 12th, 2017, 05:45 AM   #3
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Good to see someone who knows how to enjoy his money .

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Old March 12th, 2017, 06:34 AM   #4
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She's going ghetto gangsta style with that 'gat' stuck down the front of her pants.
Bla bla bla 'plastic gun'..
It's Aluminum. The stock was plastic.

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M14 replaced in 68 or 69? Nice vid, Happy Shooting

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Old March 12th, 2017, 08:30 AM   #6
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did anyone notice if there is a bayonet lug on the weapon?

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Old March 12th, 2017, 08:56 AM   #7
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With my limited knowledge of these weapons, I did notice a few things. It may very well be a "bring back" but it's been modified....muzzle brake instead of flash hider with bayo lug, Woodland style camo job on the stock (of which could be called "plastic" even though it's fiberglass, of which he derides the M16)...

He also needs training on how to properly insert a magazine.

Kind of off topic, but...how can "bring backs" be legally sold, especially a full-auto ? It was drilled into me that my service weapon belonged to the Marine Corps, not me. If I "bought it home" or simply lost it, I was stealing from the Corps and the U.S. government. I wouldn't want to risk it and spend the rest of my life making little rocks out of big rocks.

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Bring backs, were illegally stolen from the US military during the VN war. It's my understanding that they were smuggled through graves and registration, in coffins with drugs and who knows what else. Then in 1968 the government had a short amnesty period, where you could legally register these as transferable machine guns. There is very few of these, and they are the most collectable M14's period. There is a amnesty Winchester M14 on subguns now for 38K. If this guy got a bring back for 9K, he must have stuck it to some poor widow who didn't no the value, or the story is unbelievable.

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That stock and handguard sure look like early SAI camo to me.

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Old March 13th, 2017, 09:10 PM   #10
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I have been watching this dragon mans videos for awhile, his collection is unbeleivable. Would love to know how he actually was able to fund this "huge" collection. Think he said he dropped out in 8th grade, self made guy. Was in gang, had a motorcycle shop and then moved and started collecting. I know a lot of very talented builders and none own ....or are capable of buying 1 percent of this guys toys. Truly amazing collection, guns, cars, tanks, this guy has everything. Love to do the tour to see the stuff he has collected.

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The 308 kicks back quite a while.
Full auto : the strenght must be a real chalenge to handle.
Interesting to see how he copes with the recoil: he is good.

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He has to be a self taught "shooter", just to many no no's... But what a wall full of stuff. I collect beltfeds too, but you have to wonder if he can keep each of them running and if the has spare parts for the long haul.

A funny part I caught was at 00:58 - 01:05 which was "...OK you got the 50 caliber gun right here, shoots a 2600 grain bullet..."
Really? I'm shooting 660-700 grain M33 ball, and API, and APIT out of my M2HB and rechambered my all matching number DShK M38/46 from 12,7x108mm to 12,7x99mm so I can shoot it without running out of ammo!

I like that 75mm he has. More power to him!

Not sure I'd like to be on the line next to him unless he needs an expert assistant who know's how to properly set up the weapon, keep all his Ladies supplied with the smaller MG's like he has done in the video, do a little one on one training with the Ladies first then him before the shoot. Setup at the shoot and just keep safely sending each weapon forward to the line, safely set it up for the Ladies and him and then let them keep shooting it till they run dry of ammo...

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I hope no one was holding the camera on that last mag dump.......... nothing like being down range of someone shooting a machine gun in an less than stable position.
If he had a 50 round drum in it he would have shot the table and probably his own feet the way he was going. Lol

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Old March 16th, 2017, 10:32 AM   #14
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LMAO, he does have that undeniable enthusiasm, just got to kinda ease him down a bit with a little training and TLC and maybe 10-15 of that 50rd drum would be near the target... There'd be some Check Fire called during the training, except maybe take the Ladies out first and teach them about safety and when to call Check Fire so it kinds eases into him while on the line.

Yep, no one email him about the Beta Mag Company just yet...

You are right on target!

LMAO!

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Bring backs, were illegally stolen from the US military during the VN war. It's my understanding that they were smuggled through graves and registration, in coffins with drugs and who knows what else. Then in 1968 the government had a short amnesty period, where you could legally register these as transferable machine guns. There is very few of these, and they are the most collectable M14's period. There is a amnesty Winchester M14 on subguns now for 38K. If this guy got a bring back for 9K, he must have stuck it to some poor widow who didn't no the value, or the story is unbelievable.

Ike Atkinson said in a deposition, wish I could find it, where there was a compartment for the smack, a compartment AK's, M16's, and broke down M-14's.


Ike also framed Dr. Jeff Macdonald. Manson Family fear was running wild and Jeff was trying to get his Special Forces soldiers off potent heroin and started hearing from other docs it was rampant. He made too much noise.

Ike paid a gang of locals to do a hit on Jeff's family and make it look "Manson Style"

Local drug snitch admitted to being a part but Fayettenam police were not willing to cross MP's or screw up their cases and chances of being part of the new DEA.

A person I do not like but respect was going to kill Ike because Jeff helped him get off smack and several Green Beret's. When he found Helena and found out it was the bunch that ran with "the Process" and he intended to kill Ike. He got shot in a bar fight before he could do Ike. Artie: I hate your patch, I love you as a man who was a real man, as brother scooter trash, and for putting Beasley in his place. You were a true 1%er. I'm sorry you got taken out before Ike could disappear.

Dr. MacDonald rots while Frank Lucas, Ike, and the rest of that human crap runs free.

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