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  • Hotshot12

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    Hey my name is Hayden I have a school project regarding WWII and out of all the topics I could have chosen for WWII I decide to do it on weaponry like the weapons used by different countries. I figured out that there was no way for me to do it by my self and my friends. We don't have all the weapons or even a decent portion of the weapons. So I would like to recieve some help from other shooters that enjoy shooting WWII military weeapons. If ya'll could email me some videos of ya'll doing a basic review of the firearm, like the caliber it fires( if ya'll could show the round it would be nice), maybe talk about a few of the battles the rifle would play a part in, who used the Firearm(rifle/pistol/submachine gun) and even show you firing off a few rounds. Email all videos to me at Haydenpierce@e-hwpierce.com Thanks. If your video is selected it will be placed in the video we are making. I will also be happy to send you a copy of the final video. Thanks again and have fun shooting. Oh and I almost forgot the videos need to be in by May 26!!!
     

    lonewolf23c

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    I'll see what I can do, right now I just have an SKS. Nothing fancy, so I will work on trying to get something made for you.

    Bill
     

    Army 1911

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    Try narrowing it to one country. Germany had some interesting pistols, rifles, machine guns and sub-machine guns.

    There were also some good British guns as well. You might consider some of the smaller participants like Italy, Romania or even Hungary and Check Republic.

    Internet searches and the public library may have some books (if they aren't banned) with pics and lists by country.
     

    Texas1911

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    Why make it so complex? It's just high school... do enough to get your paper and into college, then do enough to get your paper and go to a decent job. It's all a game, you win nothing for extra effort unless you are outside the game.

    Just look at anyone successful... you'll notice they worked for themselves, and didn't play the game.
     

    Burt Gummer

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    Why make it so complex? It's just high school... do enough to get your paper and into college, then do enough to get your paper and go to a decent job. It's all a game, you win nothing for extra effort unless you are outside the game.

    Just look at anyone successful... you'll notice they worked for themselves, and didn't play the game.


    :eek:

    Mediocrity is the battle cry of modern youth...fight it and excel!
     

    Hotshot12

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    Well I get where ya'll are goin with all this Mediocrity and stuff,but this six weeks so far Im failing and WWII is actually one of my favorite topics and it gives me a reason to go shoot and burn ammo
     
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