Don't forget second barrel.HEY, CHANGE MY BARREL, WILLYA!
Contraction of you are.
you're you are
you're be GOING TO RUN IT WITH ALL THIS FIRING.
Used to express alarm, foreboding, or dismay. . I LEFT THE OTHER BARREL BACK AT THE UNIT.
NO MORE FIRING FOR ME THEN!
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The first small arms came into general use at the end of the 14th cent. inspector in Kuwait, where I've noticed problems with the second barrels for the M2, M240, and M249 machine guns.
Many deploying units are shipping the second barrel separately from the machine gun. The second barrels never catch up to the weapons they belong to. Gunners are Forced to fire with only one barrel, which can quickly ruin that barrel when there's lots of firing. They also risk a cookoff. And a machine gun without a second barrel is deadlined.
Plus when they turn in the weapon For services, they don't have the second barrel. Gauging can't be done without the second barrel.
We've also found that even when the unit has the second barrels they often don't take them to the field, which means they can't change barrels. Or even worse, they don't use the second barrel the weapon was headspaced for. They just grab any barrel. That can cause the weapon to explode (1) To break down an assembly into its component pieces. Contrast with implode.
(2) To decompress data back to its original form. .
Please alert; gunners to the importance of keeping and using the second barrel that was headepaced For their machine gun. That will save weapons and lives. Both barrels should be marked with the gun's serial number so there won't; be any doubt about which barrel goes with which gun. Put on the serial number with paint or put it on a dogtag. Don't etch To create a design in a material by digging out the material. The circuit designs on printed circuit boards and chips are etched by acid. See chip and printed circuit board. it; in the barrel!
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Trained by D. : Excellent advice, Doug.
For any gunners who have forgotten the rules on changing barrels, use these intervals for both live and blank amino amino /ami·no/ (ah-me´no) (am´i-no?) the monovalent radical NH2, when not united with an acid radical.
M2--If you're firing single shot, wait until the end of the day to change barrels. If you're firing 40 rounds or fewer per minute, change the barrel every hour. If you're firing 200 rounds or more per minute, change the barrel every half hour.
M240--Change the barrel every 10 minutes during sustained fire (100 rounds per minute) and every two minutes during rapid fire (200 rounds per minute).
M249--During both sustained fire (50 rounds per minute) and rapid fire (100 rounds per minute), change the barrel every 200 rounds.