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Minigun (M134) AEF

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Uploaded on Jul 29, 2007

The M134 Minigun system. "He who shoots the most, the fastest, wins!" I worked on these for five years and it is a great gun, when it works. The GDAS gun is notoriously unreliable and Dillon Aero have made it much better, and also have a Titanium version. The gun weighs about 40kgs/88lbs with the feeder on it. The gun is mounted on a thick steel beam and the barrels are driven by an electric motor off the aircraft power. The rounds are fed in from an ammo tank(about the size of four large desktop pc towers) which holds up to 6000 rounds, then they are fed through a booster drive, down a feed chute, into the feeder/delinker, pushed into the barrels, fired, and then the brass is ejected down the long tube under the aircraft. The links are ejected out of the feeder/delinker through a smaller tube during the delinking stage. Its a very complicated gun but we all love it. Any questions? (The music track is called Lacrimosa)

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