Are "fully automatic machine guns" in the same category as "completely
spherical tennis balls" ??
Oh wait, maybe it's "completely chilled ice cubes" ?
Or how about "completely wet buckets of water" ?
I wonder where I can get myself only a "half automatic machine gun"
or would it be more economical to get a "partially automatic machine gun" ??
The M16A2 carried by U.S. Army soldiers will only fire a 3 round burst
on full auto. The original M-16A1 would empty a magazine very quickly
on full auto which had commanders telling their soldiers to keep it on
semi auto to stop them from wasting ammo. I read that somewhere but I
could ask my brother who was a Green Beret during The Vietnam War. I've
never fired an M16 but I've fired the HK93 and HK91 semi auto rifles so
I know I wouldn't want to be in front of any gun like that when it was
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