Taurus SMG goes slam fire somewhere in Brazil (VIDEO)


Posted by Forças Policiais do Brasil on Sunday, November 13, 2016

The social media page for the Brazilian federal police forces ran a simple video which shows just how spicy a Metralhadora Taurus model submachine gun can be when left to its own devices.

The official page for the Forças Policiais do Brasil posted the video of an MT, which Max Popenker says has a cyclic rate of between 1200-1300 rpms, going full tilt boogie upon insertion of a fresh mag and letting the bolt go into battery.

While our Portuguese is rusty, we take it somebody in the background is gathering the fellow range inhabitants with a local version of, “You guys gotta see this shit.”

The only caption givenby the FPB: “Taurus.”


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