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Originally posted by Solarity
Thats a bit of a random question? But Yes, I should think so
Originally posted by PaddyInf
The drone would have to be within 100m (preferably 50m), be traveling pretty slowly and the firer would have to loose off a full mag in a one-er on automatic to ensure that a vital part was hit.
So I suppose the answer is yes, if you had a very lucky day. Wouldn't fancy my chances though.
Originally posted by deltaboy
Wouldn't even try testing it against a Predator drone armed with Hellfire missiles. Ain't worth the effort.
"As for hitting, best bet is semi auto shots fired from supported position. Normal RC plane will go down with 2-3 good shots. "
Originally posted by patriot13
An MP5 is available in either 9mm 40cal or 45 cal ammunition variants.
A 45 cal version is called the UMP.
Originally posted by northwolf
Full auto may work with 5.56, but with 7.62x39 it's pretty much waste of ammo. Only weapon that actually consitently hit the target was a 12.7 NSVT with AA optics mounted on a vehicle cradle.
As for the MP-5s i tought that SDs suppressors only worked well with subsonic rounds, i didn't that they were good enough to suppress even norman velocity rounds.