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Predator - Automatic Reload
In the part where Blain has just died, Mac starts shooting with his rifle at the Predator. He then picks up Blain's minigun and starts shooting. Everyone joins in. When everyone has stopped shooting, Mac is still pressing the minigun trigger, but it's not firing anything. Presumably, that means he's run out of ammo. But when the camera cuts to another angle, you can see lots of unexpended bullets hanging out of the gun.
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Andrew on 12-15-2007
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CyberWolf writes:
Gary - the barrels didn't continue spinning with their own momentum, they kept rotating because he was holding the trigger(its electrical) you can clearly see that it stops almost momentarily as he removes his finger from the trigger. About the slip up itself - its not a slip up, the thing you see is not ammo its the feeder belt. Just think for a second, at the speed this thing fires if the bullets were just hanging from the pack to the weapon it would jam after just several shots because of a bullet not entering correctly. So to prevent jamming, the bullets go through a feeder belt that makes sure that bullets enter the weapon correctly.
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Andrew writes:
To Gary: Thats unlikely. There is a very small chance that everyone in that team stopped firing at the same time.
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Gary Lynch writes:
I don't think he ran out of ammo. Everybody just stopped firing, and the barrels kept rotating with their own momentum
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