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Old January 7, 2013, 07:50 AM   #5
BGutzman
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I don't own either of these.... but I doubt there's one bit of difference in the performance of either one in the cold... Functionality in the extreme, extreme cold seems to be a function of the lubricant you use and not actually the mechanical design of a given weapon..

The German Army on the Russian front in WWII supposedly added a small amount of Gasoline to their lubricants they used on their weapons in order to keep the operational.

For myself my experience in the military was that the warmth or coldness of my hands ways more of a determining factor weapons use than anything else.. Hands too cold have a hard time pulling the trigger..
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