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PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2006 6:24 am 
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the thing is einstien, russian guns arent called russian guns, they are called WarsawPact guns.


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A gun made in Russia, is a Russian gun, a gun made in the US, is a US gun. It's where it was made, not what some smart ass thought sounded cool.


Question: Why the hell does it matter?


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Why the hell does it not matter? It's a little thing here, someone starts an argument, you have to end it. Besides, who doesn't want to know about nothing. Everyone wants to know about everything. (minor details don't apply)

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Right or is it just that you never knew what the hell NATO or Warsaw Pact was? When yuor talking about weapons from the cold war, you call them by their affiliation, then by their maker - the thing is, the people who use the gun maybe from that country but it was made in this country. For instance, the M249 is a US gun, but it isnt, the M249 is a variant of the FN Minimi made in Belgium, and yet it is a US weapon. Weapons are tagged by who uses them and in the case of most weapons more than one country uses them. That means, it is more appropriate to call them using international affiliations.

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UMP or SIG
too bad it takes a bit of time before I can use the UMP :(


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XenoKiLLer wrote:
Right or is it just that you never knew what the hell NATO or Warsaw Pact was? When yuor talking about weapons from the cold war, you call them by their affiliation, then by their maker - the thing is, the people who use the gun maybe from that country but it was made in this country. For instance, the M249 is a US gun, but it isnt, the M249 is a variant of the FN Minimi made in Belgium, and yet it is a US weapon. Weapons are tagged by who uses them and in the case of most weapons more than one country uses them. That means, it is more appropriate to call them using international affiliations.


Oh I know what they are, it's just a subtle remainder that we're off-topic that went wrong.

Oh well.


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I'd probably have to go with the SR8, but it depends what kind of player you are.

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Ahem, he meant SR8 so you know.

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I want this HK UMP .45:



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MP5K :) TCEPRO


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Hehehe...if I get an MP5K, not a lot of CQC combatants will survive. The smaller the map, the less survivors.


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I'd rather have the MP7 over an MP5K. And basically all he wants is an UMP45 with an M68 Aimpoint attached.

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And basically all he wants is an UMP45 with an M68 Aimpoint attached.



Close.
You forgot the vertical fore grip.





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Shiro013 wrote:
I'd rather have the MP7 over an MP5K. And basically all he wants is an UMP45 with an M68 Aimpoint attached.

same.

maybe an M16/M4 with a 4x scope... god that would be hard to do. if it gets locked on auto when you go scope, you can't hit jack! (the fg-42 in CoD is like that. it's impossible to hit anything if you don't have it on semi...)

but those are dream ones, as of now, my fave is the MP5 or MP5SD, if I have the AA, the UMP.

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Most people want an M16A4, which is an enhanced M16A2 with piccatiny rail like the M4, but fires in burst and single like a normal M16. The Marines use them, quite a few Army units use them as well, but mostly the Army uses M4's now. The old M16A2 is being phased out and the M4 is now the primary weapon.

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http://www.vseleznev.com/m16a4.jpg



http://www.colt.com/mil/downloads/M16_Specs.pdf



What's so great about the A4 is the accuracy at long ranges and the variety of fire modes, semi, burst, and full auto.
And witht he rail system you can attach anything you need.
Of course you can do a lot witht he trusty M4 too.
Me loves the M4 SOPMOD. :firing:


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