Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TL1000RSquid, Oct 29, 2006.
NVA AK, result of the ammo being spiked by U.S. forces. Not exactly sure how they did it I heard they'd dump the powder out of the rounds and pack it with C4
C4 needs an electrical current passed through it to detonate it
Well like I said thats how I heard they did it not sure exactly what they used to do it, I guess they used some sort of explosive that the primer could detonate Theres a video floating around of Chechnyans shooting a recoiless rifle that was spiked by the russians pretty impressive kaboom when the smoke clears the haji was just GONE.
got a link?
Your one of those that believes everything the read on the internet huh
have to right click save as to get it to play
LIKE, ZOMG I HAVE TO USE THIS SMILIE ALL THE TIME!!1111
I hope you get aids
Like I said "I heard" I didnt make any claims thats how they actually did it, I just know that we did sabotage some of there shit.
hear today, gone today
I only let your wife blow me
I dont have a wife
Its not hard to see why either
Self propelled artillery kB http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6479203226690222422&q=chechnya&hl=en
No. it just needs a sufficient shock in the form of a blasting cap or simmilar device. C4 would probably detonate from the primer in most cartridges. Oh and by the way we all hate you.
See that is just gonna make me stick around a little longer
um no i do belive c4 needs an electric current... you can hit that shit with a hammer and nothing happens
edit: nm a blasting cap would do it
C-4 is also well known for its durability, reliability, and safety. It will not explode even if hit by a bullet, punched, cut, or thrown into a fire. The only reliable method for detonation is via a detonator or blasting cap. However, applying pressure in combination with heat can often cause detonation.
the koreans got owned
From the "Mail Call" archives at thegunzone.com:
The sabotaged rounds which you are doubtless referencing involved the truly fiendish practice of removing 7.62 X 39mm rounds from Viet Cong caches, deconstructing and reloading them with an over-charge of a fast-burning pistol propellant like Bullseye, reseating the projectiles and then slipping the "custom" loads back in the VC inventory at random.
This was a reasonably sophisticated Black Op (variously code-named "Eldest Son," "Italian Green" and "Pole Bean") to sabotage enemy ammunition (including 82mm mortar). It yielded results that were both effective and hilarious, as VC morale (and marksmanship) went to crap very quickly... hard to hit reliably while hiding behind a tree and waving your Kalashnikov around the trunk and firing one-handed.
I thought about pistol powder but wasn't sure if it would do damage that spectacular