TL-191: Featherston's Finest - Uniforms, Weapons, and Vehicles of the CSA and Freedom Party

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  1. Alterwright "You were never even a player."

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    Say, this would be fully automatic wouldn't it? Portable too, right? How would you feel about a folding stock for this one< as a kind of modification for paratroopers?

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  2. cortz#9 Obrltnt of Kampfgruppe Seelöw

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    I like it, might take a shot at one with a different folding stock.
     
  3. Alterwright "You were never even a player."

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    Hey, since we're talking about folding stocks, even thought about adding one to the Griswold? Would that work?
     
  4. cortz#9 Obrltnt of Kampfgruppe Seelöw

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    Hmm, I'll think about it.
     
  5. cortz#9 Obrltnt of Kampfgruppe Seelöw

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    First take on a paratrooper version of the Gris.

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  7. Alterwright "You were never even a player."

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    Even as a slight modification, these look great! Not sure if it would shave off weight for the gun, but certainly looks way more portable now! Can definitely see this being a modification to the Thompsons for the US Army in the field in TL-191, just to give it some deviation from our time line.
     
  8. Alterwright "You were never even a player."

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    Nice! This one looks good too! I know the grip and stock are probably from an AK line of guns, but the look itself kinda reminds me of the Ruger-Mini 14 in a way. A rough comparison of course.

    This would certainly make an already stable and handy gun even more portable for the Confederates! Seems like the Yankees can't catch a break in the firepower department :)
     
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