Nucking Futs Yuri Captures Russian Positions in Donetsk

This is a short video released by our good friend Nucking_Futs_Yuri over on YouTube. It shows his patrol maneuvering on and capturing a Russian position in a motorized assault.


For those of you who are out of the loop, Yuri just sustained his third injury since this war kicked off. He's currently in the hospital recovering after his vehicle spontaneously combusted underneath of him due to the sheer kinetic energy stored in his testicles. Fortunately, he will be fine, and so will the rest of the crew that was in the vehicle with him.


Before I give you any more context for the video above, I urge any of you that are capable of hooking Yuri up with some beer money, hit this link and get the man some funds. He's got a short road to recovery ahead of him followed by some personal business he needs to attend to. Following that, I'm fairly certain he plans on getting right back out on the front-lines with his guys. The fund in that link goes directly towards not only supporting Yuri, but also his entire unit who are actively engaged with the Russians on a fairly constant basis.


Also, if anyone has a line on a good source of molybdenum disulfide grease, hit us up in the comments. They need it to lube their heavy machine guns.


Here's some context direct from Yuri.


What is occurring inside the Browning is the rate in which the rounds are being extracted is slowing down while firing. That drags on the momentum of the bolt. Bolt loses momentum and doesn't go back far enough to clear and load the next round. The new round casing will get caught on the extension. This is why you see me rack the bolt to fix that malfunction. This is an A1 with fixed timing. And we have the proper A1 maintenance kit and gages to check. Again not a timing issue. Timing issue would have been at the very beginning of the belt not malfunctions mid way through. I've actually made a video where I deliberately had a M2 with incorrect timing to show you guys the difference.


I also understand how to mitigate the issue. We've attempted many different possible solutions to the problem and have worked out the best way with the limited resources we have available to us.


As always, you can follow Yuri on YouTube by clicking this link. He's recently published the video where he was injured.


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Josh is an American writer and former USMC machine gunner with eight years of experience in ground combat arms throughout the GWOT. He is currently based in Texas and specializes in combat footage analysis and digital marketing.Follow Josh at OfficialJoshBrooks.com

Published 11 months ago

This is a short video released by our good friend Nucking_Futs_Yuri over on YouTube. It shows his patrol maneuvering on and capturing a Russian position in a motorized assault.


For those of you who are out of the loop, Yuri just sustained his third injury since this war kicked off. He's currently in the hospital recovering after his vehicle spontaneously combusted underneath of him due to the sheer kinetic energy stored in his testicles. Fortunately, he will be fine, and so will the rest of the crew that was in the vehicle with him.


Before I give you any more context for the video above, I urge any of you that are capable of hooking Yuri up with some beer money, hit this link and get the man some funds. He's got a short road to recovery ahead of him followed by some personal business he needs to attend to. Following that, I'm fairly certain he plans on getting right back out on the front-lines with his guys. The fund in that link goes directly towards not only supporting Yuri, but also his entire unit who are actively engaged with the Russians on a fairly constant basis.


Also, if anyone has a line on a good source of molybdenum disulfide grease, hit us up in the comments. They need it to lube their heavy machine guns.


Here's some context direct from Yuri.


What is occurring inside the Browning is the rate in which the rounds are being extracted is slowing down while firing. That drags on the momentum of the bolt. Bolt loses momentum and doesn't go back far enough to clear and load the next round. The new round casing will get caught on the extension. This is why you see me rack the bolt to fix that malfunction. This is an A1 with fixed timing. And we have the proper A1 maintenance kit and gages to check. Again not a timing issue. Timing issue would have been at the very beginning of the belt not malfunctions mid way through. I've actually made a video where I deliberately had a M2 with incorrect timing to show you guys the difference.


I also understand how to mitigate the issue. We've attempted many different possible solutions to the problem and have worked out the best way with the limited resources we have available to us.


As always, you can follow Yuri on YouTube by clicking this link. He's recently published the video where he was injured.


About the Author

Author's Photo

Josh Brooks

Josh is an American writer and former USMC machine gunner with eight years of experience in ground combat arms throughout the GWOT. He is currently based in Texas and specializes in combat footage analysis and digital marketing.Follow Josh at OfficialJoshBrooks.com

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