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L86A1 - SA-80 Light Support Weapon
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PamParamPamPam
PamParamPamPam Jun 29 2011, 1:59pm says:

Looks great, good job guys!

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fenneck89[GER]
fenneck89[GER] Jun 29 2011, 2:52pm says:

great

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Cpt.Dann
Cpt.Dann Jun 29 2011, 3:13pm says:

Can't wait to lay down suppressing fire on the enemy! Will it also be deployable?

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WaffleAndy
WaffleAndy Jun 29 2011, 6:57pm replied:

Probably from the looks of the bipod :D

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Jun 29 2011, 5:31pm says:

wait what? project reality told me its a dmr :O

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TurdDrive
TurdDrive Jun 30 2011, 7:24am replied:

Project reality has more than one thing wrong with it you know.

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aidas2
aidas2 Jun 30 2011, 2:49pm replied:

The Brit DMR uses the l86a1 LSW in real life. It's getting replaced by some other rifle currently. Lmg is the fn minimi. It got all correct.

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ParkChungHeeFan
ParkChungHeeFan Feb 16 2012, 10:06pm replied:

DMR, if i'm not mistaken,means Designated Marksman Rifle, so how the a Light Support Weapon, a DMR?

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pmaxie4444 Author
pmaxie4444 Jul 9 2011, 5:20am replied:

what sort of things?

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icanhazcheezeburger
icanhazcheezeburger Aug 4 2011, 3:04pm replied:

It's not a machinegun,it's the L86A1,wich IS a DMR

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bobthedino
bobthedino Jun 29 2011, 7:35pm says:

cool l86, too bad it only has a 30 round mag, because suppression will have to be short :(

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[TZP]LoNer1
[TZP]LoNer1 Jun 30 2011, 10:53am replied:

Hence the light part ;)

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L1K3A8O5S
L1K3A8O5S Jan 20 2012, 12:54pm replied:

Well, the amount of ammo a weapon carries has little to do with whether it is light or heavy. Slap a bigger mag in this gun and it's still a light machine gun.

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stuka2011
stuka2011 Feb 25 2012, 1:04pm replied:

you better move quickly

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Trooper425
Trooper425 Jun 30 2011, 12:31am says:

"In fact, the L86A1 was more suitable as a semi-automatic para-sniperrifle, than the LSW / LMG, due to the poor reliability in full automatic fire,relatively small (by machine guns standards) magazine capacity and the lack ofquick detachable barrels.

Current British troops prefer much heavier and belt-fed 7.62mm L7A1 GPMG (a license-built copy of Belgian FNMAG general purpose machine gun), and at the present time the exist ingstocks of L86A1 are complemented with the 5.56mm FN Minimi belt-fed LMG in the short-barreled Para configuration. The L86A1 will be used mostly as a longer-range aimed fire weapons, while the suppressive fire functions will be conducted using more effective FN Minimi."
-world.guns.ru

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Scotish01
Scotish01 Jun 30 2011, 4:17pm says:

Nice!

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Cpt.Dann
Cpt.Dann Aug 4 2011, 6:40pm says:

Can you add a drum mag?

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Used by British troops.

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