computers are very robust, even civillian ones, because they have no moving parts.You could easily squeeze in a ballistics computer between the stock and scope (that block). Problem is, it won't be as robust as the one on the K-11 (military electronics are much more heavier than their civilian counterparts for several reasons).
majority of the asian actors in the states are koreans. anyways, you should start a new thread on this topic.You do know the movie "Red Dawn" (2011 version) gets away by hiring ethnic Koreans as actors, when they can't get any ethnic Chinese for it (by what I've read, the ethnic Chinese flat-out refused the job), right?
And let me remind you, most white people can't tell apart the ethnicity of Asians, all are "yellow monkeys" to them.
Robustness for computers are not determined by the amount of moving parts. Being a computer, it has microprocessors, which being the little delicate things they are, can break easily if you had to jump into say, a trench to take cover from fire. Cushioning the entire FCS only adds to the weight.computers are very robust, even civillian ones, because they have no moving parts.