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|25th November 2006, 12:45||#16|
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I also used to handle the Sten gun often, again no firing experience.
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|25th November 2006, 22:58||#19|
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You really luck to fire an actual gun, so in which country is your friend from. Well we are happy with counter strike
Hey people i have a collection of 12guage shell, .22 and .38(i think)... are they gonna become unstable with time, is it safe , wats the shelf life to normal ammo
but drangonov is long, heavy and a real big sweet heart
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|27th November 2006, 14:16||#20|
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[quote=amit1101;328334]well m16 is a derivative of m4 series i think, so does'nt make much diffrence except the size and extra burst mode(may be) of firing
Actually it's the other way around. The M4 carbine is a derivative of the M-16 rifle. the M-16 is standard issue for the US armed force. Both use the same 5.56*45 mm NATO round, but the M4 is compact , designed mainly for use by the special forces and has the ability to accomodate a lot of cool mods. The M-16 is probably the most famous rifle in the world, that is after the ubiquitous AK-47 (hats off Mr kalashnikov) and gained prominence due to fact that it was introduced during the Vietnam War to replace the M-14 (which used the 7.62mm NATO round). The M-4 is available to civilians in the US as the AR-15.....
As far as using weapons goes, have fired most of the standard issue stuff in the Indian Army (dad was a proud fauji)...but what takes the cake is the MP-5 (The NSG uses that)....its more exciting to use in the real world than video games...that much i can vouch for.......
|1st December 2006, 12:54||#24|
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The NSG use the H&K PSG-1 too, don't they? I saw a dude with a PSG-1 in some photo long back in THE WEEK. I didn't know the Indian Army could afford uber-expensive stuff like the PSG-1. Musta bought it from H&K with the MP5s on bulk.
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