Is there anyone on the Forum who wouldn't want to do this?

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nekvermont

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I think I smiled during that whole video. Also, couldn't stop thinking about the fun you could have with some duck decoys and a good retriever.:)
 

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LOVE it & I too would love to get behind the M-134.

Back in 2000,, I was fortunate enough to be able to visit Dillon Precision. In the back. And one guy hired by Mike Dillon,, built drones just for mini-gun practice & the videos they shot. It was amazing to see his workshop & all the cool stuff he was building,, even knowing it'd be shot to pieces eventually.
 

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You can do a poor man's version of this in your back yard. Get a Umarex Legends CO2/BB full-auto MP40 or M1A1 Thompson (about $200) and use paper airplanes or cheap balsa gliders.
 

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