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    From our Teufelshund Tactical Heckler and Koch Rifle Operator Course this weekend.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WOTy2DfsZ8
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    Good vid James ! How long is the barrel on that C ?

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    [QUOTE=Crashmc;2151377]Good vid James ! How long is the barrel on that C ?

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    Thanks, Mark. The C is just under 9", but it doesn't effect accuracy. During the course today, while conducting our "walk back" drill, I had no problem getting first round hits on steel, standing, unsupported, all the way back to 300m.
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    Drooled over that when I saw it earlier today on Instagram. I wished the Bundeswehr had the G36K out back when I was stationed in Germany.

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    saw it on IG at least 10 times in a row :)
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    [/QUOTE I had no problem getting first round hits on steel, standing, unsupported, all the way back to 300m.[/QUOTE]

    That's gettin' out there ....... of course you do have some experience with that platform , as well as others reaching out Thx James !

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    Thanks for the great video!!!

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    James, Excellent video. Am I seeing this correctly; it looks like there are small flames coming out of the forward gas piston block? Check out the video at 16 thru 19 seconds when the video pans around to the muzzle and the dark background of the wall shows what looks to be a small flash coming out the piston vent port... Or am I just seeing things?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tailflash View Post
    James, Excellent video. Am I seeing this correctly; it looks like there are small flames coming out of the forward gas piston block? Check out the video at 16 thru 19 seconds when the video pans around to the muzzle and the dark background of the wall shows what looks to be a small flash coming out the piston vent port... Or am I just seeing things?
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    As you know, excess gas is expelled out of the port, just above the muzzle. I can only assume that the muzzle flash also caught some of that expelled gas.
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