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Saving Private Ryan - Belted Ammunition
In a lot of different scenes, look at the belts of ammunition the American soldiers are carrying. On the back of the shell casings, you can clearly see that the primer pockets are empty. Since a primer is what the firing pin in the weapon strikes to discharge the round, it is painfully obvious that they are dummy rounds.
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Micah on 02-06-2001
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Comments:
Tony Gies writes:
They should shove something in there to look like the explosive charges. Tedious work, I know.
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zzzork writes:
Must be bloody hard to win a war when you have no means of firing your weapons.
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