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New ideas for small arms?

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Old January 22nd, 2012   #1
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New ideas for small arms?

If someone has ideas for new small arms technology where could one descuss these ideas without advertising them to the wrong crowd?

This is my 1st post so if I have posted this in the wrong place criticism is welcome
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If someone has ideas for new small arms technology where could one descuss these ideas without advertising them to the wrong crowd?

This is my 1st post so if I have posted this in the wrong place criticism is welcome
It is a pretty safe bet that most ideas have already appeared somewhere, probably here as well. Then:
  1. You have to get the idea to actually work.
  2. The idea has to prove to be effective
  3. The idea has to prove to be cost-effective (not the same thing!)
Like they say -- 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration.

You can toss your ideas out here, but be prepared to have them declared old hat, tried and failed, declared obsolete, or otherwise ripped apart.
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