The NFA gods at Battlefield Vegas updated their vault rack system and posted a few of the images from inside one of the neatest collections of select-fire weaponry open for public use.
When in town for the annual SHOT Show the Guns.com crew has been known to haunt the shooting lines at Battlefield Vegas whose collection boasts some 350 different weapons systems ranging from the one-shot .45 ACP Liberator pistol to a fully operational M-134 Dillon Mini-gun that fires over 4,000 rounds a minute.
For reference, here is their old vault:
And the new one:
So just what is in the collection? Take a closer look.
Dig the M3 Grease guns to the left followed by the rack of both M1923 and M1-stlye Tommy guns
AKs and VZs on top mixed in with an array of RPDs, bolt action rifles and an SVD on the bottom shelf. Bonus points if you noticed the Danish Madsen subgun in profile near the ceiling and the Walther next to it.
Now that’s a groovy collection of machine guns to include what looks like a Czech ZB vz.26 to the left (precourser to the venerable WWII-era BREN gun), a M1918 BAR, a FN MAG 58, pair of M240-series NATO belt-feds and a quad pack of M1919 Browning Light Machine guns. Mmmmmmm.
FN FAL patterns next to a group of M1 Garands and others with some UZI 9mm carbines photo-bombing from above
WWII face off with German machine pistols next to Soviet PPS subguns– with a trio of Swedish K-guns and pair of M16A1s coming in for the win to the above and left respectively.
And the black rifle wall. How many can you name?
The HCAR, for those who feel the M1918 BAR was so WWII.
MK19 Mod 2 40mm automatic grenade launcher anyone? Anyone?
The Sig MPX, also known as the KF5 on Advanced Warfare and also featured on Battlefield Hardline.
How about a half dozen select-fire M16A1s? Dig those handguards and rack numbers.
A factory select fire Scorpion Evo 3, that looks right from Call of Duty Black Ops II
A full-auto M60E6 seen with a pair of M240’s and, peeking in like a manx, an M2 60mm mortar.
We got in two of our best-selling Turkish imports from Landor Arms – the AR-style LND-117 shotgun and the bullpup BPX 902 – to give them a whirl on the range and see if the reliability could be paired with the affordable price.