[ExI] Army might have found its new rifle in Colorado Springs garage
pharos at gmail.com
Tue Oct 2 10:29:13 UTC 2018
On Tue, 2 Oct 2018 at 03:12, John Grigg wrote:
> "The Army adopted its battle rifle in 1963 and has spent 55 years looking for a replacement for the M-16 and its variants.
> They might have found it in Martin Grier’s Colorado Springs garage. Grier, a self-described inventor who has worked at a local bed and breakfast, built the new “ribbon gun” with a hobbyist’s tools. It looks like a space-age toy drawn by a fifth-grader.
> But goofy origins and cartoon-looks aside, this could be the gun of the future. The Army is studying Grier’s gun and has ordered a military-grade prototype."
Interesting. When I tried to follow this link (from London, UK) I
received a notice that due to EU GDPR law this page was not available
to any EU citizens.
What's the point of that? Don't they know how the Internet works?
A search immediately finds alternatives.
You could get clever by changing your IP address to a USA proxy, but
no need in this case.
Maybe it is just a CYA notice in case there are any EU GDPR problems. :)
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