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Spendy lil' tanker PDW....
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 01, 2008 10:48 am
Post subject: Spendy lil' tanker PDW....

As useful as an M3, better built, maybe not cost-effective. Low production numbers, though.

The unicorn of PDW's....

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2008 12:34 pm
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And don't forget the fitted case keeps it together and clean inside the pristine interior of the average AFV.

I thought so-called American Eagle Lugers were the big deal for US collectors.
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Very nice. I had an "SMG" (Stirling?) in my Chieftain when I first visited my regiment, but they had been replaced by the SA80 by the time I joined on Challengers.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 6:57 am
Post subject: Re: Spendy lil' tanker PDW....

IMO the Mini-Uzi is still the ideal Tanker PDW. The FN P90 is nice but still quite bulky in comparison and with a non-standard (low adoption) caliber.

Having hauled the m/45B (Swedish K), the AK4 (G3A3) and the AK5 (FNC) they were all bulky while in a confined space. AK4 being the worst, followed by the AK5 and the m/45 coming out on top ... but still bulky. When I got to handle a Mini-Uzi it was just right, you can tuck it out of the way easily and you can get more than reasonable accuracy out of it with the stock extended. It's an old design though and I know, 9mm leaves you wanting in anything but a close quarter engagement.

My 2 cents.

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- Maple_Leaf_Eh
And don't forget the fitted case keeps it together and clean inside the pristine interior of the average AFV.

I thought so-called American Eagle Lugers were the big deal for US collectors.


Well, any Luger is a big deal for US collectors at the moment. This Luger .45 carbine is a one-of-a-kind though, it's not rare it's unique.

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