Which way are YOU facing?
Does the hernia truss come standard with the Gigazine? Or is it extra cost? Love it. Good idea.
Maybe a pop-out wheel like those wheelie tennis shoes. Use the wheel to help transport. Retract and the Gigazine then becomes your steady rest point. But seriously, it's just me being "uncivil" where civil = censorship and uncivil = free.
Time for new glasses. I didn't see the significance of the capacity until today. "To Shake Their Gun Accessories in the Tyrant's Face." That's the spirit!
And it doubles as a cool walking stick when not in use! I could spend a day at the range trying to empty that bad boy, and it is long enough that it rests on the ground so no worries about the extra weight!
Let's see how long it takes before one of those louts in the US congress proposes to outlaw these.Plastic guns, cop killer bullets, now gigazines, have you no humanity?The horror.
Alvie,Being the analytical/factual type, I had to crunch some numbers.Do you realize that the 535 rdmag is almost a perfect size for most all of us?YES! It would be about 5'6"!That means it would be a near perfect rest for standing fire! Of course, there are drawbacks. First off, wrangling that thang outta yer pickup. In a pistol caliber, it would also not be prudent for CQB. Too big to maneuver.But in .308 to .50BMG?Mmm... SWEETNESS at 400-1500+meters! Of course, exposure is an issue, but then again, in an M1A or FAL or one of Ronnie Barrett's toys? The fire you could lay down with extreme accuracy would keep the goblins down eating dirt! Last drawback: You would probably need a new barrel after one mag. (Note: contactbarrel makers for quick swap barrels.) TY, sir... :) - Tom, III, jus' playin'.
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