by David Crane
DefenseReview just received a video clip and still pic of the Cobb Multi-Caliber Rifle (MCR) Weapon System being fired on full-auto, at the range. The links are below.
To our knowledge, we’re the first to receive a video clip of a select-fire military-application variant of the MCR being fired on full-auto. The still image is a pic of Skip Patel firing the MCR (earth brown finish) We offer it to our readers, now, as a follow-up to our story, "New Cobb MCR (Multi-Caliber Rifle) Weapon System is Mil/LE/Civilian Ready".
When you view the video, watch the expression on the woman’s face when she gets done firing a full-auto string with a select-fire version of the Cobb MCR (with the help of a police officer). Now, here are the links:…
Click here to view a still image of Skip Patel firing the Cobb Multi-Caliber Rifle (MCR).
Click here to view a video clip of the select-fire version of the Cobb Multi-Caliber Rifle (MCR) being fired on full-auto mode, at the range. The video clip is short and not of very high quality (DefRev didn’t shoot the video footage), but it’s still worth viewing.
Again, if you’d like to contact Cobb Manufacturing to inquire about the MCR (Multi-Caliber Rifle) family of weapons, you can reach them by phone at 770-505-3080, or by email at email@example.com. Ask for Skip Patel.