Can't tell. Looks a bit like one of those 9mm machinegun/rifles you see at gunshows
but that's as much as you can see. The girl is firing full auto
and holding the thing fairly well on target so you don't figure it
to be a FAL or any such.
My own choice of all such weapons is the FAL.
100 Nations over a 30 - 40 year period is a pretty good argument.
U prefer the FAL over the M-14
and the AK 47 ?
Quote:U prefer the FAL over the M-14
and the AK 47 ?
By huge margins. Huge difference in power between the 308 and the AK cartridge
and still little recoil in a 308 semiauto.
There were three basic kinds of 308 military semiautos.
Germany used the HK mainly because the Belgians refused to sell them FALs after WW-II;
I've never heard anybody say a kind word about the HK.
The US went on using a modified M1/M14 for cultural reasons,
the 14 not being that much of a change from the M1.
The 308 cartridge corresponded to an advance in powder
which came in around 44, smaller, more accurate, and ballistics nearly identical.
The FAL was what everybody else in the world used, as accurate
as it needed to be, stone totally reliable, and powerful.
Build one to tighter specs like DSA does, and it's as accurate as you'd want.
The FAL is the best of all military semiautos. It's stronger and more reliable than an AK and has a longer sight radius aside from the more powerful cartridge. In any sort of a fight on or around mountains from 400 - 1000 meters, the guys with AKs would just be targets.
There's ia also a new and presumably updated version of a 308 FN semiauto called an FNAR,
which can be bought on gunbroker.
A decent FAL anymore, you pretty much have to put together yourself.