Re: [GZG] [SG] Cracking Eggs with a Sledgehammer, was Power Armour with Shotguns
From: Roger Books <roger.books@g...>
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 17:34:53 -0400
Subject: Re: [GZG] [SG] Cracking Eggs with a Sledgehammer, was Power Armour with Shotguns
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http://lists.csua.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gzg-lAny idea how the
gyrojet got around this? Was it just so small you didn't
have to worry about it?
For those that have not heard of a gyrojet:
On 10/14/05, Oerjan Ariander <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Brian Bilderback wrote:
> > >>>Even if the countermass consists of plain water, it can do pretty
> > >>>things to anything standing too close behind the weapon...
> > >>
> > >>And just how would you define "too close" in the given context?
> > >
> > >Up to at least 2-3 meters,
> >I'm just curious how you arrived at that figure.
> First-hand experience with countermass weapons and recoilless guns,
> including seeing the marks the various countermasses we use can make
> steel plates.
> >Is that what it is now?
> No, today the danger zones behind countermass weapons are typically
> *20* meters in Earth sea-level atmosphere.
> "Life is like a sewer.
> What you get out of it, depends on what you put into it."
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