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    Thumbs up Negev NG7 LMG 7,62mm


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    No recoil!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDF_TANKER View Post
    No recoil!!!
    according to momentum conservation law there can't be no recoil.
    recoil momentum = - bullet momentum, bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merk666 View Post
    according to momentum conservation law there can't be no recoil.
    recoil momentum = - bullet momentum, bro.
    Check your sarcasm meter.

    Anywho, call me old school, but nothing beats a MAG ..

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    Dude on the right looked like he was doing grass drills instead of just going ****e. I'm sure that felt fantastic on asphalt.

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    I think(from what I heard and seen!) it's a great weapon, I think it's time to replace the good old MAG58, been in service for too long!

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    I handle it but didn't fire it, only fired the 5,56mm model. It seemed very light for a 7,62 MG.

    An Israeli Army Major told us that they where very happy to be receiving them in the future so as to lighten the MGunners without losing the 7,62 round(Lighter than the MAG)

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    Quote Originally Posted by flanker7 View Post
    I handle it but didn't fire it, only fired the 5,56mm model. It seemed very light for a 7,62 MG.

    An Israeli Army Major told us that they where very happy to be receiving them in the future so as to lighten the MGunners without losing the 7,62 round(Lighter than the MAG)
    The only question whether it will have the reliability, range and number of rounds of fired between barrel changes.

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    I don't think that it will, despite IWI confirming otherwise. Unless there are breakthroughs in material technology the MAG will be hard to beat in a lighter design(and cheaper)

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    We're replacing our 5.56mm Minimi's with 7.62mm varients (2 per section). We are still maintaining our MAG-58's as there are still things the new Minimi can't do that the Mag can i.e. SFMG or do as well like vehicle mounted employment. The MAG is like the M2, nothing can really replace them thats as effective, cost efficient and proven

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    All you need to replace them are the PKM and the NSV. Better, cheaper, lighter... You're trapped in your western perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jippo View Post
    All you need to replace them are the PKM and the NSV. Better, cheaper, lighter... You're trapped in your western perspective.
    To be honest that point has some merit, but the costs alone for a small Nato aligned Defence force to go non-nato and re equip, retrain an entire military on completely new systems would can it in a heart beat

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    I'm just teasing a bit. Not that it might have some merit, somewhere.

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