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5 hours ago, blue109 said:

Feel kinda noobish saying this...but I never knew how 3 rd burst worked. Had it on my A2s my entire time in the ARMY and never really thought about it. That was during the AWB so I didnt have an AR until a while after I got out. good stuff. 

At about 4:40 he explains the 3 rnd burst 


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Cool chit for sure! 

Don't feel bad, I never completely knew how they worked either, and was the Small Arms Instructor at every unit I was attached to/stationed at after graduating SMI school in 1985.  We had A2's, M-9's and Remington 870 shotguns in the safe at every unit.  I even shot on the rifle/pistol team for a few years, and built and ran the Armory at my last unit after 9-11 mandated that all units be armed and qualified personnel carry weapons.  I didn't really look into specific function/parts used until many years after I retired, because at the user level it really does't matter what's going on inside the weapon, it just has to "run" effectively no matter which mode you have it in.......Cliff

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