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    Hey Guys,
    Just wanted to throw this up, thought some of you might be interested.
    http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/storeproduct941.aspx
    I am curious if the V stands for Vector? I did notice its not a roller lock but a blow back design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by medictim View Post
    Hey Guys,
    Just wanted to throw this up, thought some of you might be interested.
    http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/storeproduct941.aspx
    I am curious if the V stands for Vector? I did notice its not a roller lock but a blow back design.
    Tim
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCook View Post
    Those are Vulcan guns. Stay far, far away from them.
    Technically, they are Vulcan designed guns built by someone else. They sold the production rights to another group.
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    They are NOT built By Vulcan and run rather nicely , we tested these rifles prior to offering them and they are not bad at all . We do clearly list in the item description they are not a roller gun and blow back in operation and offered as a economical alternative. We would not be offeing them if we thought they were crap they are a cool litltle pilnker . If you are looking for an exact HK 94 rifle copy then this is not for you .


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    I would like to see some pics of internals, no better understand how this works by straight blowback. Thanks.
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    Sorry we do not have pics of the gun from top to bottom we normally do not have time to strip each gun we offer for detaiiled photos . If we have time next week we will see about more pics .

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    We had sold some of the Vulcan units about 4 -5 years ago and they had a spotty record with Vulcan marked Receivers with a black spray paint finish. These rifles are built using LSC Flats and are nicely finished and were kicking the spent casings about 15 ft away from the gun. We tested 2 rifles and both ran very well with most ammo the only problems we had was with a lot of S&B Brass and we also had issues with the same ammo in a UZI .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeray View Post
    I would like to see some pics of internals, no better understand how this works by straight blowback. Thanks.
    On the one I saw, the best way to describe it is there is no separation of the bolt head and carrier. It looks like the whole assembly but doesn't have the rollers or locking piece because it doesn't need to rotate, and there's no grunion.

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