I was wondering if that 1919 was an original transferable class 3 or a side plate gun, looks like it may have been a police department's post sample, anyway they really didn't hurt the 1919 as the side plate is the gun, and it can be rebuilt, into any config that they want.. I thought it was funny how Pissed Off that cop looked when the rate of fire was slowed down by that lightweight barrel.. looks like they were running 8mm, or shooting steel case ammo anyway.. spent a lot of time working on a lot of things that are already on the market.. TNW kit is ugly as sin in my opinion.. I like the shortened barrel booster look better anyway.. B2B
I'm just glad some one had the balls to show NFA weapons on tv hell even semi-AK's for that matter.
A lot of forms I have been reading have been bashing Will and red jacket, bunch of asshole if you ask me
Will thank you, I have injoyed the show
I enjoy the show as do my wife and children. I understand why you wouldn't want to show details on how to make suppressors or automatic weapons on tv for proprietary, legal, and plain ole common sense reasons. With reaching a broader audience through the show have you given any consideration on making a few videos on semi-auto kit builds? I don't know what the profit margin is on videos, but it would seem fairly good especially if you're already building that particular gun.
in the episode with flems mg-42 the customer is wearing a post-war west german border guard " sumpfmuster" marsh pattern pile lined parka. I have one these, they are similar to luftwaffe WW2 pattern
very appropriate for the shooting sequence
Sprat and sprat1 are one and the same.
Hey Will and crew
I enjoy your show, ya'll keep up with the shop projects, work and shootings. I like the guns in actions up close views.