This is a promotional film for the Armalite AR-10. This is the rifle that led to the M-16 currently used by US forces. It features field-stripping, the belt-fed version, and Eugene Stoner running onto a beach firing from the hip.
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a basic function check of these two weapons, to determine if ammo is an issue. the answer I have come up with in this case is ammo is usually not the issue, the weapon operator is usually the culprit, with occasional dud round.
The scene from Magnum Force (Dirty Harry 2, 1973) at the police pistol competion