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Were the rounds even remotely still on target after the side blew out or when the whole thing let go?

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1 hour ago, peejman said:

Were the rounds even remotely still on target after the side blew out or when the whole thing let go?

I would wager yes, after it melted, then numerous baffle strikes once it cleared, it was back on target, only the shooter would know that, he was looking at the ground the last 300+ rounds..

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Videos like this make me cry. If they wanted rid of the suppressor, they could have just given it to some poor soul like me.

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14 hours ago, MemHeli said:

wow!  That's some destruction.  That SAW was just getting warmed up.

 

I think it was just getting warmed up to blow up.  That barrel was getting quite red at the end.  Same for the part of the gas cylinder (or gas regulator, @173rdABN would know which one for sure) we could see. 

The SAW was actually one of my favorite weapons from my time in, but putting a suppressor on it makes zero sense to me.  Ditto with putting that many rounds through it continuously.  Wasn't meant for either at all. 

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I know this is an old post...but what a careless idiot....anyone stupid enough to take it that far doesn't deserve nice things...hes lucky that damn thing didn't go off in his face.

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