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We are now in the process of producing our very own PC game.
If anyone of you is intersted in helping send a private message to bummer or post on the forums.
Thanks the RD community
Rubber Ducky training weapon
Some rubber ducks are made by filling and coating an actual decommissioned M-16 rifle with rubber or plastic. Some are also made using decommissioned rifle parts, with rubber or plastic used for the other parts. Still others are made entirely of rubber or plastic that has been molded to resemble both the exact shape and weight of a rifle.
Rubber duck use is being phased out in some areas of the Armed Forces, namely in Air Force Basic Training. They were replaced with M-16 replicas: metal models that resemble M-16 rifles, including most internal parts, but that lack the ability to fire. The replicas allow soldiers to learn disassembly and reassembly of their rifles much earlier in their training.
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