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coffeeandspentbrass:

tkohl:

The TKB-022PM, experimental Russian combat rifle, 1962.

Can anyone confirm this action diagram is accurate? We had a thread on /k/ a couple years ago where we tried to figure out how the fucking the action actually worked on this thing.

So the shells stay in the weapon system itself?

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did-you-kno:

In the late 1800s, paleontologists Cope and Marsh were so competitive they used bribery, theft, and slander to out-compete each other in the hunt for dinosaur fossils. Their famous rivalry became known as “The Bone Wars.” By the end of it they were both financially and socially ruined, but had discovered over 100 new species.  Source

did-you-kno:

In the late 1800s, paleontologists Cope and Marsh were so competitive they used bribery, theft, and slander to out-compete each other in the hunt for dinosaur fossils. Their famous rivalry became known as “The Bone Wars.” By the end of it they were both financially and socially ruined, but had discovered over 100 new species. Source