Heh, its funny to look at pistol ballistics. This particular Walther pistol appears to be chambered in .40 S&W. If you take the standard .40 S&W load (original it was 180gr at 980fps, based off of the 10mm fed-lite) and you zero your beloved super sniper pistol (as pictured above) at 50 yards. (yeah, really reaching out there....). And then you engaged a target at 100 yards, you would have to dial in 9.5 MOA of up elevation!!! just to get to 100yards.... heheheheh
Not everything there is a complete joke.caver101 said:look guys.................you got to see what you are shooting at! Have you ever looked on ARFcom when they start these type threads? Nothing but funny!!!
The large magazine you see is called a Dual Snail Drum. (called a Snail drum because it resembles the inside of a Snail shell wich wraps around its self) It simply wraps the feeding box around its self to create a larger capacity in a smaller space. The pictured drum holds 100 rounds of .223. They also make single droplet Drums that hold 75 rounds... and single snail drums that hold 50 rounds.shikaku said:are the 2 round things on the bottom of the first ammo things, like a tommy gun sort of setup?