you’re right the Germans have ingenuity. However, we still whipped them and will again, so we should probably stay in the American side with everything we do. Behind every marine who believes in himself is a marine mom shirt We have Colt, Knights Armament, ArmaLite, Winchester, Browning, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Bula Defense, Springfield Armory, Remington and many many others. Stay home, stay right, and be an American.
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We Americans beat the Germans three times; the Revolutionary war against German mercenaries—the Hessians paid for by England, World War I, and World War II, against superior weapons the Germans thought that they had, and we beat all of them with our own American rifles. Now we pumped all our money back to Germany, an inferior country that we can easily beat them now with no problem, but you called the M27 a superior rifle? Behind every marine who believes in himself is a marine mom shirt Did you actually based this from a death count or in a lab or a range against paper targets? Do the Germans use the M27? And if not, why? a copyright infringement case over the 1903. The m60 was designed after the MG42, which later gave birth to the M240. The Manhattan project was spearheaded by, you guessed it, Germans. Let’s not forget the Leopard tank. But go on about how the Germans are not a good source of ingenuity.
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As mentioned above, most small arms are not of American design. The M16 was, but is made by FN USA now. The M27 is technically not even a German design either. The rifle is basically an M16/AR15 design (US) with a gas system from the HK G36. The G36 gas system traces it routes back to the German Walther G43. G43 was an improved version of the Walther G41, which used a gas trap system (no gas port). The G43’s gas piston system was reverse engineered from captured Soviet SVT-40 rifles. So really thank Tokarev and Stoner for the “German” M27… Oh? And did the Germans make the M1 Garand, by the Canadian American? What about the M1911 Colt? What about the Tommy gun? And the BAR RIFLE? Therefore, against the Germans side-by-side with their weapons against ours in WWII—we beat them! And if you got a problem with this, then talk to Gen. Patton and MacArthur