Yeah i Know, My unit tested the MTP ones. These ones are even worse than the DPM ones.
100% more flop
100% more Japanesu Sniparu innu the Treesu
100% less ally.>>35017724>chinky suit,
Thermals>Hat Brian Dangerous Mk I,
£1 OD benny hat, or even better the only use for the dangerous brian was the falklands where you can buy a decent benny from a benny for nothing because they wear them like underwear.>>35017737>For what it is. It'd still have been cheaper to just buy the AR-15 /C8 platform for no effective loss and vastly better after market choices. I don't understand WHY they had to go with a new bullpup rifle when there were vastly more serviceable models already in service especially with the price tags that have resulted in the A1 being stupidly expensive thanks to the forced development and reengineering by H&K.
L119A1/A2 maintenance costs something as they have to be shipped back to canada. H&K does the maintenance refurb and repair for nothing as that was part of the package and only have to be transported to NSAF Nottingham.
Having handled an L119 id rather have the '80 for long patrols due to weight distribution.
Not him But RARDEN was an interim weapon only designed to last a decade or so until they could develop a middle ground weapon in the 40-90mm range to take on the horse of soviet IFVs. We've eventually seen it come 30 years later with the CT40. Rarden used 30mm clip meaning gunner/commander have to regularly load 3 round clips.