Ah the Gustav Cannon. A great example of German engineering.... too bad it was used by a bunch of cùnts hellbent on world domination
@that1german, nah that gun was big, powerful, but pointless. A waist of recources. Its like that one cannon in final fantasy thats absolutely massive but cant be turned, raised or aimed in any way.
@CocoasBro, I said it was engineered well, not that it was practical
@CocoasBro, yeah but a fantastic propaganda piece though, tactically useless but definitely helped in that aspect
@that1german, fair enough point.
@Nosferatu Zodd, until they had to hurry up and dismantle that thing so the russians couldnt use it against them.
@CocoasBro, a shear example of theory vs practice
And welcome to the land of the ignorant who talk about things they know nothing about.
Reminds me of the reporter that said a 30 round magazine in an AR-15 is what made it full auto.
@RogueKnight, but. .but .... muh AR clips
@Strawberry Milk, ugh. Magazines. Not clips.
And I wasn't getting into that debate at all. Merely commenting about the ignorance of some people with an opinion.
@RogueKnight, I know, I'm mocking the reporters that have no clue what they're talking about. Unless you're shooting an M1 Garand (a some others), you won't use a clip
@Strawberry Milk, my mistake and my apologies. And thank you for knowing the difference. It's refreshing to see someone who knows the difference... And that there is a difference.
@RogueKnight, don't forget 30 caliber magizine clips
@RogueKnight, its clippazines, get it right
Dear lord, the mess of this person.
I guess they are the standard Walmart employee though so....
Before you get mad at me for insinuating that the average Walmart employee is stupid, read the meme.
7.62, 9 and 10 are all mm.
(they didn't have 10)
The rest are decimal inches or calibers. Not metric. 7.62 is also not a handgun round. Neither is .223. Though there probably is someone who's made a 7.62 handgun. There is a .223 hand gun... 'cause.
.40 Smith & Wesson
.45 (a few different sizes)
.223 is the same as 5.56 mm
Anyone with more knowledge of ammo, let me know if'n and where I made a mistake.
*Yosemite Sam voice*
Annn it'll be yer last mistake, varmint.
@mas2de, yeah, there is a 7.62 semi auto handgun, but it's in 7.62x25. I imagine they were referring to the more common 7.62x39, in which case the only one I know of is a novelty item that operates like a Derringer (kinda a waste of powder with that short barrel) . I think demolition ranch does a video on it. Didn't know anyone made a 223 pistol though.
@AGreasedMonkey, I thought there were others but Magnum Research has a single shot .223 pistol. Other than that the googler is inundated with SBR AR-15s. Then there's demolition ranch putting the wrong caliber in a handgun because it technically fits.
357mm is ~11 feet 9 inches for those in America land.
Edit: yeah that’s not right. @random09 is right. I read it as cm.
@YourMomRidesMeGood, for some reason I don't think that's correct. 357mm to cm is 35.7cm and about 30cm is 1 foot. But I am not an expert in ammunition so I could be wrong
@random09, your correct. It’s about 14 in. The same sized shell the USS Texas fires (as an example).
@wolflover3561, 14.658” .0394” per millimeter
@YourMomRidesMeGood, if I converted a case of beer using your formula I would have a truckload. I’ll light the bbq and invite everybody over
@random09, How many football fields is that?
@random09, you’re right I messed up. It won’t let me edit it now.
@Polish Bob, my bad lmao, I read it as cm
@TriangleTesticles, in Canada that's about 0.0035353535 football fields. In America it is about 0.003888888. in Brittan it's about 0.0029914. this is all thanks to my good friend Google
@YourMomRidesMeGood, you dont deserve those downvotes you tried dammit.
@YourMomRidesMeGood, net upvote for acknowledging your own error. I really want to promote accountability. Good on you, dude/dudette.
@random09, well I think they are talking about 357 magnum but they could also be a 357 sig which is roughly the size of 9mm but a 40mm is the size of a grenade launcher... so I think they were talking about 40 s&w like the 38 s&w... anyways that Walmart really has odd size calibers.
@random09, so 1 foot ammo? What kind of torpedo launcher is that for?
@Pachirisu, well, the photo is an 800mm caliber gun. Which is about 2.6 ft. So something less than half what is shown.
38 mm, I think they mean caliber because 9mm is roughly 38 caliber. Also a 38mm hand gun would be something.
@Greathoneybagger88, You can buy a 37mm flare pistol.
@Gamasennin, flare guns are low pressure rounds
I want to see the 7.62 pistol, please. I bet it’s the one from the west coast fallout games.
@FPVeteranWolf, I have a Tokarev, it's 7.62mm.
I think they missed a decimals.... or did they?
You had to do research on that? You must be from the same gene pool as whoever made that rule and sign.
From what they meant, two of those are rifle calibers.
@twenty8nine, and only 2 are actual mm. The rest are either inches or caliber
@twenty8nine, just did a quick search on caliber and found this: "caliber means the diameter of the barrel and thus the diameter of the bullet that is going through it. Usually in inches or mm." So the rest are imperial