Saturday, November 26, 2016

Slo-Mo Video Reveals How WW1 Fighters Didn't Shoot Their Propellers Off

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There are endless documentaries that explain the clever technology that allowed World War I fighter planes to fire their machine guns through their propellers without hitting the blades. But The Slow Mo Guys use their high-speed cameras so you can finally see exactly what’s happening.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes,interrupter gear on the engine.

Anonymous said...

Fuck um,fuck um all!

Anonymous said...

Interrupted gear...bet aldo wish he had one....

Anonymous said...

You just know this technology was not developed by Blacks
If they had their way the machine gun would be turned sideways
Thank God they were relegated to cooks and porters

Anonymous said...

DUH I knew that when I was like nine years old.

Anonymous said...

I like Mr. Aldo.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
You just know this technology was not developed by Blacks
If they had their way the machine gun would be turned sideways
Thank God they were relegated to cooks and porters

November 26, 2016 at 11:41 AM

Negroe would not have an airplane let alone a machine gun. All western technology.
They would only have spears and rocks.

Aldo Raine said...

Similar to a timing chain/ignition system. If the timing were ever to go off even a cunthair those propellers woulda been history. Same if different loads of ammo were to be used. That was one hell of a precise equation to accomplish back then.

Anonymous said...

All planes should have machine guns and all dems should have red markings on their heads.

Anonymous said...

Now we need a study to determine how CPD avoids shooting their cocks off in a gun battle.

Anonymous said...

Precise German engineering.
Seig Heil!

Anonymous said...

Aldo Raine said...
Similar to a timing chain/ignition system. If the timing were ever to go off even a cunthair those propellers woulda been history. Same if different loads of ammo were to be used. That was one hell of a precise equation to accomplish back then.

November 26, 2016 at 6:29 PM

Aldo has some schooling....