How's 'bout this for a loadout?

Strykervet

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I count 88 drum fed subguns for around 6400 rounds. How would ATF classify that?
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BUT they had an answer for shit like this, apparently it looks like this:

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Why yes those ARE full auto C96 Mauser pistols in an anti-aircraft mount!

Sometimes ten Mausers are a bit unwieldy for foot soldiers so they had this made instead:

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1912 Steyr doppel pistol --for when just one full auto pistol doesn't cut it.

Enjoy.
 

G-Dog

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That is some serious old school ingenuity. Flat out crazy. Love it.
 

Son of Dorn

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"With a 900 round per minute firing rate, 71 round per gun capacity, and 88 PPSh-41s, the Tu-2Sh could expend 6,248 steel-cored incendiary rounds over a 1,800 long and 4-foot wide area in 4 seconds, with all weapons working perfectly. While devastating, the battery was never employed in combat due to several limiting factors.

Specifically, the battery required 100 man-hours to be fully loaded, there was a high chance of weapon malfunction, and the effective range of the PPSh-41 required Soviet pilots to fly under 800 feet, well within the range of most German anti-aircraft weaponry. They were then very vulnerable to being shot down."
 

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ATF isn’t classifying crap, the first one looks like a bunch of Russian ppsh-41s.
 

Son of Dorn

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ATF isn’t classifying crap, the first one looks like a bunch of Russian ppsh-41s.
They are, fitted to an experimental battery intended to be loaded into the bomb bay of a Tupolev Tu-2 (variant Sh for "Shpagina") for ground-attack purposes. Apparently nicknamed the "Fire Hedgehog".
 
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