Gut Rumbles

December 14, 2005

i like it

The sound card is dead on my computer, so I have no idea what is being said here, but I can add the sound effects for myself, using my vivid imagination.


"GOT-DAMN!!! Let's do that AGAIN!!!"

(Thank's to loyal reader Ruth Moran for that pleasing link!)


Got-damn, I want me one of them.

Posted by: og on December 14, 2005 01:29 PM

Holy fuck that's cool.

I gots to get me one of them.

Posted by: David on December 14, 2005 03:27 PM

a full 1:45 of rounds through an M60 to check and see if the improved barrel would hold up. Sweet music.

Posted by: Harold Foster on December 14, 2005 04:23 PM


That's gotta hurt his shoulder!
Let me try to see if it does.

Put a telephone pole out there and let's see how many belts it would take to cut it in half.

Posted by: joated on December 14, 2005 05:20 PM

I chopped a whole house down with one some time ago. You shoot out the corner posts and the whole place collapses. I also got to shoot up a deuce and a half truck. Just ripped it apart.

Posted by: Bane on December 14, 2005 06:25 PM

Yeeeeeeeeeee-HA! buddy, ain't that sweet! git-r-done! (to any gun hating liberal milksops, i just said "damn fine piece of machinery. i appreciate its aesthetics and its utility.)

Posted by: richard on December 14, 2005 07:01 PM

The amazing thing about the video is that the M-60 is a GPMG, general-purpose machine gun, and GPMGs aren't supposed to be able to take continuous fire.

I think you would have to change barrels two or three times even on a Ma Deuce to fire it that long, continuously. If the action parts were too hot to touch, the barrel must have been red-hot.

This is amazing performance. Lets see an FN-Herstal GP240 do that.

Posted by: Rivrdog on December 15, 2005 01:52 AM

Well, there's more efficient ways of taking down a berm (didja see the divot he was making!?), but that way look like a hell of a lot more fun.

Posted by: McGehee on December 15, 2005 08:53 AM
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