Jan 15, 2019
NO! That’s what you should NOT do, silly goose. Always proofread.
What you do is make sure it’s in proper working order, get spare parts (especially wear parts in reserve), get to know it personally and train regularly with it. Clean and oil it routinely after use. Tell no one.
Were those guys speaking Klingon or something, because I didn’t understand a single word they said!
Read the comments on the video
PUT IT IN THE TRUCK AND TAKE IT HOME?
BUY MATCHING AMMO??
There’s only one logical answer (without even watching the video… too long for me anyway).
Like KOYOTE said… buy ammo for the thing, what else.
CLEAN IT REALLY WELL, AND CHECK FOR BARREL OBSTRUCTIONS. REMOVE ANY RUST FROM PARTS WITH STEEL WOOL. IF THE TRIGGER MECHANISM WORKS, AND THE BOLT MOVES SMOOTHLY AFTER OILING, LOAD IT…. GO TEST IT. KEEPING YOUR BUDDIES FACE AWAY FROM THE EJECTION PORT.
DRINK ANOTHER BEER, RELOAD THE MAGAZINE-“S”.
Do what the ATF does, keep the MTFKR.. Treat it like it’s your first born…
Shut up would be what I would of done .. Now I don’t know you told the world
I wouldn’t answer this question. In fact my answer is, “Wonder what I would do if I found a machine gun?”
KEEP IT, and tell no one I have it, and later my kids can find it when I die. Oooo. . . I would leave a note telling them to do the same.
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