I'm Scott and I'm a New Yorker now living in Seattle and Bill is my oldest friend who just finished serving an almost 7 year prison sentence for selling meth.
Bill in Exile originally contained letters written between Bill and me while Bill was in prison as well as a bunch of other shit but Bill has, as of late, opted out of contributing and I've just been too lazy to change the name of the blog.
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View looking down barrel of M16A(1/2), magazine loaded (5.56mm ball ammo), ejector port open. Of course from this picture I can’t discern whether it is an A1 or A2 weapon – the foreward bolt assist was present on the A1 yet the A2 had improved stock, heavier barrel with a tighter twist rate 1:7 vs 1:12, built in shell deflector, better sights, and a 3 shot burst setting vs full auto (A1). What did I miss?
Nice work guys! For a bunch of sissy fags a lot of you were able to answer the question with a high degree of specificity.
The view is down the barrel of an M16/M4/AR15 rifle. The round thingy with the 8 nubbins is the head of the Bolt Assembly and which is the part of the Bolt Carrier Group that serves to both eject and load a round into the firing chamber.
The rounds are the copper colored thingys in the foreground while the open space to the left is the ejection port for ejecting spent rounds. The silver thing outside the ejection port is the spent brass deflector — making this a later model variant of the original M16.
Aaron, you got disqualified for looking it up on Google images