Reread the quote (and the article), it's the boxes of ammo that are sealed... the guns are fully functional, and used routinely for target practice at ranges.dosraider wrote: A sealed gun can be loaded in seconds? In your dreams. You'll need to dissassemble it, take all the grease away, clean it up, oil it, reassemble it.
SECONDS? Those guns are not 'ready to fire', far from even.
If they want to keep their gun after being in service it's returned fist to the factory and the automatic function is disabled.
And let's face it, Swiss are not as nuts as Americans.
Now you know how we feel!Never , but really never do that again.
They can sue you for such things, this ain't French, this is ... something, but not French.
Actually, there are so many people in this world who speak English poorly that the language has kind of adapted. For example, there are 7,000(!) colloquial "Spanglish" words in use, and quite a few taken from other languages too.
I can understand someone speaking broken English than most people can understand me speaking broken Spanish/French/German/whatever.
Women! Of course! What do you think drives American men to buy guns in the first place? To keep their women from out arming them!Maybe we can stop here by saying that we have different point of views on the matter?
And we could blame GAMER of course.