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Not sure about some of the guns on that list, especially the M14, but it's a deece start. Here are my contributions of what comes to mind off of the top of my head.

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Cobray Terminator:
TL;DR, it's a single shot "open bolt" shotgun (except it has no bolt, the barrel moves back onto the shell.)

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https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/05/15/shooting-worst-shotgun-cobray-terminator/ Edited by Kewlin
It ate my second spoiler.

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3 hours ago, BXNNXD said:
hvr reskin when

Bonus points if you put your hand in the wrong place and break all of your fingers.

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JMB When?
 

9 hours ago, Kewlin said:

 

Cobray Terminator:
TL;DR, it's a single shot "open bolt" shotgun (except it has no bolt, the barrel moves back onto the shell.)


 
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20 hours ago, BXNNXD said:
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hvr reskin when
is that a fucking ski attachment

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49 minutes ago, Aeronaut said:
is that a fucking ski attachment
IIRC it's pretty much ultimately just a weird bipod, but I could be wrong.

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The French Sho-Sho
 The Chauchat is the only full-automatic weapon actuated by long recoil, a Browning-designed system already applied in 1906 to the Remington Model 8 semi-automatic rifle: extraction and ejection of the empties takes place when the barrel returns forward, while the bolt is retained in the rear position. The failure of its limited version in U.S. 30-06 (the Mle 1918) have led some modern experts to assess it as the "worst machine gun" ever fielded in the history of warfare.[2][3][4] However the weapon did remain in active service for over two years during the First World War, was the most widely issued fully automatic light machine gun of that conflict and remained in service after the war ended with several armies.
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On 9/18/2018 at 5:40 PM, MACKxBOLAN said:

The French Sho-Sho
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wikipedia

wikipedia? didn't professor teach you wiki ain't credible. and where's your bibliography and proper MLA format?

gonna have to dock off 10 points.
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5 hours ago, Aeronaut said:
wikipedia? didn't professor teach you wiki ain't credible. and where's your bibliography and proper MLA format?

gonna have to dock off 10 points.
Learned this from a Vietnam Vet some 25 years ago.  Long before Wiki or History channel did it. 

  In Nam unless you were on the front line or on mission, you were not armed. But it was the rule if you left the base on pass to the town, you had to be armed. They would have you check out a 45...so the armorer also had left over sho-shos that were used by the French.
    So he went thru three or four 45.s n none of em could be Racked, they were stuck shut, n they wouldn't spare m-14 or 16s. so he checked out a sho sho every time he went to town.   I later saw a show by the bullet headed bald guy on History confirming that it was THEEE worst weapon fielded by a military to date. But They said you could take it apart and make a still out of it..
    One of the problems with the sho-sho was it was cheaply made stamped metal, n was manufactured by several armorers, resulting in parts that could not be interchanged from one gun to another, it also had a ported cut out magazine so you could see the amount of bullets you had, this also let in mud n debris. So if the weapon functioned it would jam easy.  🤓
 

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21 hours ago, MACKxBOLAN said:
Learned this from a Vietnam Vet some 25 years ago.  Long before Wiki or History channel did it. 

  In Nam unless you were on the front line or on mission, you were not armed. But it was the rule if you left the base on pass to the town, you had to be armed. They would have you check out a 45...so the armorer also had left over sho-shos that were used by the French.
    So he went thru three or four 45.s n none of em could be Racked, they were stuck shut, n they wouldn't spare m-14 or 16s. so he checked out a sho sho every time he went to town.   I later saw a show by the bullet headed bald guy on History confirming that it was THEEE worst weapon fielded by a military to date. But They said you could take it apart and make a still out of it..
    One of the problems with the sho-sho was it was cheaply made stamped metal, n was manufactured by several armorers, resulting in parts that could not be interchanged from one gun to another, it also had a ported cut out magazine so you could see the amount of bullets you had, this also let in mud n debris. So if the weapon functioned it would jam easy.  🤓
 
yeah. just the thought of being in a warzone using a weapon that has a higher risk of not operating normally is terrifying...

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4 hours ago, Aeronaut said:
yeah. just the thought of being in a warzone using a weapon that has a higher risk of not operating normally is terrifying...
it adds to the tension

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Nanbu Type 14 Pistol
The Chauchat
Cochran Turret Revolver

That is a short list I could think of at 3:30 in the morning xD

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