Sorry, I thought you were Russian. I said that I want one of those. The Abakan they gave me in Spetsnaz is crap, it has a 4cm declination off target with every 90 meters of traverse even as the sights are aligned.
It handles well, but it's hard to maintain in the field. As a professional I prefer the AK 100 series. Sure, you have to buy the upgrades yourself, but we regularly dip the guns in mud and drive our URAL trucks over them, then we load and fire them without any jams for at least 13000 rounds.
Mine sure saved me in that ambush back in Dagestan in 2009. Two of our guys were wounded, one took a bullet through the left side of the jaw, lost half his teeth. The other guy got a through and through the left kidney. I remember walking up to the corpses of the rebels who attacked us. Two were reduced to crispy mincemeat by RGD-5s. The third was left without half his head after a burst from one of us. I like to think it was me.
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I like your work, though I would like to point out a couple things.
One, the space you left for the Super V system looks to be roughly eaqual to that of the Vector SMG; however, since this is rifle firing the 6.8mm the Super V system would need to be larger to compensate for the larger round.
Two, the barrel assembly should be moved forward and down so it is directly in front of the trigger. One of the things that allows the Vector to be accurate is that the barrel is in line with the user's shoulder and hand.
This is awesome, the vector's system is definitely the future of ARs and Subs. Im not sure if you play MW2, but the Vector was waaaayyy to underpowered in that game. I was pretty excited when I first saw video of the vector.
The way the Super-V system works you need to have the magazine behind the bolt (you currently have the magazine where the super-V mechanism goes). So, likely this would be a very creatively set up bullpup system.
You're right that the mag needs to be forward of the bolt. I went to TDI's website right after I made that comment because I had second thoughts. For some reason I was thinking of the Beretta Storm, Uzi, etc where they have the magazine inserted in the grip.
However, the super V bolt is pretty substantial. You'd need more room behind the magazine to get the compensation system to rock down and drive the muzzle down. As is now it's a nice, but fairly conventional AR.
Actually I was mistaken. I went and had a quick look and the magazine needs to be in front of the super V system. So you are okay here, but I don't think there is enough room to run a rocking bolt big enough for 6.8 behind the magazine (this is where all your recoil suppression comes from).
for resistance i mean the fact that they don't jam easly because they use a piston instead that a gas tube as the AR-15 based weapons this avoid that the gas of the fired round get inside the body of the weapon... they undestand this just now... and the AK had the gas system since 1947...
but the SCAR it's the most amazing... just look at how shocking easy it's the disassebly of the gun... and i like it also because is avabile in 7.62mm NATO my favorite caliber with the 7.62x39mm Russian...
I see, the SCAR does show some promise for the US Special Forces, barrels can be changed to Close Quarters Combat or Designated Marksman, Picatinny Rails on the receiver to mount a variety of optical sights and scopes like a ACOG or Holosight. I am impressed on what the United States is getting worth their cash, finally we can see something better than the outdated M16 and its bretheren.