I bought a set not long ago for a handgun. I had my own gunsmith put them on but they were shipped to me.Hell I was shocked to find out I can't buy trijicon night sight replacements as the require a gun smith to install as they are allowed but I'm not. They have radiation and require a special license to sell replacement inserts. You can buy the sights but not the inserts.
Yes that isn't was I found shocking is you can by the sights however they have to be recharged by the makers. I had a set that had gotten weak after about 8 years and called to find out about getting an insert or a recharge kit etc, but was told by law only they can perform that task. I didn't have any problem buying and installing them on a 1911 I recently purchased at all.I bought a set not long ago for a handgun. I had my own gunsmith put them on but they were shipped to me.
Haha yes the turbine (jet) engine uses 1 gallon of diesel per minute sitting or driving, I could not tell the difference.Montana Rancher I knew you had the facts yall made a mess out of them tanks in short order.
We could not keep up them the tank if it was flat out with the 113. But you did run out of fuel sooner.
Did you have a bumper sticker on the back of the Abrams. "My other car is a HumVee"?My tank could do 58 MPH but I understand they have governed them down lately. My favorite story is killing a APC while going in reverse at over 40 MPH, the tank goes as fast backwards as it does forward.
Oh and the article above is slightly misleading, the 120mm cartridge actually mostly disintegrates then the round is fired, all you get back out of the breatch is the butt plate of the cartridge and a stub if the primer rod.
I even did a little time in the M901A2 and 3Haha yes the turbine (jet) engine uses 1 gallon of diesel per minute sitting or driving, I could not tell the difference.
I spent half my army life in a Howitzer battery as FDC in a M557 which is just a command version of the 113.