"MISFI- AHHH!!!"

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+24 1. Jim777 commented 5 years ago

...famous last words?! :x
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+7 2. repcentbl commented 5 years ago

THE END ...
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+2 3. cameramaster commented 5 years ago

Yep...that covers it!
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+6 4. etplayer commented 5 years ago

I find it curious that none of them happened to notice the burst of flame getting increasingly larger with each firing? I would think that would be a hint something bad was about to happen?
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+21 5. Thanny commented 5 years ago

#4 Mortar propellant is in the mortar round. The tube is just a guide with a pin at the bottom to set off the round's primer. The flame from one shot says absolutely nothing about what's going to happen with the next shot.

Assuming that's a modern mortar round, it wasn't armed, so they were not in serious trouble. The round would have to fly for about 100m before the mechanism to arm it had enough time and energy (wind power, believe it or not) to take effect.
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+11 6. braveheart2052 commented 5 years ago

lots of dirty underware ! :x :x :x :x :x :x :O
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+7 7. watsonlr commented 5 years ago

#5 While I appreciate understand the science, I think I would still be running my A$$ off...
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+2 8. fixento2 commented 5 years ago

5. Thanny - you are correct but they also can use propellant packs at the bottom of the mortar round to increase the range and least they did in the sixties.
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+1 9. Gorf commented 5 years ago

I'd have thought that bursts of flame from the barrel would be a very undesirable result. It can be seen from an extreme distance and gives the enemy something to fire back at.