The text/image on this page is wrong
The image on the page is not an MGL-140, but an MGL Mk 1S. The MGL Mk 1 S has a 105mm cylinder, while the MGL Mk 1L or MGL-140 (seen in Inception) has a 140mm cylinder.
This is the MGL Mk 1S:
If you click on the image you will see that the original image was the MGL-140, but it was overwritten with the MGL Mk 1S.
This is the MGL Mk 1L, also known as MGL-140 or M32 MSGL.
I will go ahead and correct the info on ALL pages if that is okay? --bozitojugg3rn4ut 09:45, 7 February 2012 (CST)
Actually, neither of them is used by the US Army; it's the Marines that use the M32. The Wierd It 11:20, 7 February 2012 (CST)
- Then the Marines, sorry. The point was not who uses it. - bozitojugg3rn4ut 11:36, 7 February 2012 (CST)
Since no one said that I should not do it, I am going to redo the page. I am not sure tho, how to call the sections: should I use the official designations (MGL Mk 1S and MGL Mk 1L) or the unofficial ones (MGL-105 and MGL-140)? - bozitojugg3rn4ut 08:59, 9 February 2012 (CST)
- The article says the gun was field tested in 2006, and the photo was also taken in 2006. But what do you mean "looks more like the first one"? The gun on the pic clearly has a longer cylinder. --bozitojugg3rn4ut 02:38, 10 February 2012 (CST)
- Eh, must just be perspective, but it looks like the shorter one to me. But it also has the same barrel as the first one (with a ring at the end), and unless the stock folds into that position it has the same stock, too (stock is lower than the pivot rather than right in line with it like the second image). Evil Tim 02:43, 10 February 2012 (CST)
- The image I could find of the real MGL-140 is not perfect. If you click on the Mk 1S image, you will see that it was originally an Mk 1L. On that image, all the features you mentioned are present. (When I have time, I will white out the background and overwrite my low-quality pic of the Mk 1L with that one.)--bozitojugg3rn4ut 03:41, 10 February 2012 (CST)
I think it might actually be wrong to be calling this the Mk 1L as opposed to the MGL-140. The Mk 1L is the version made in South Africa by Milkor, whilst the MGL-140 is made in America by Milkor USA. I think they are essentially the same weapon just with different furniture (ss standard the Mk 1L doesn't have RIS or an adjustable stock, but I imagine you can build up a Mk 1L to MGL-140 spec) but as all live action appearance of this gun are from American media, this means they will be MGL-140s. --commando552 05:02, 10 February 2012 (CST)