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wolvesgoalie

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#51 12 years ago

back to modern guns, I can't wait to see the XM8 replace the M4s and M16s, I've played enough GRAW to melt my brain.




der_zixed

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#52 12 years ago

Irwin Rommel^now we agree :D, but the Luger was more than a gun... it was sort of a status symbol... for every side in the war. For the Germans; Wealth and succes, for the Allies: Succes and proved that you've killed a german officer. anyway mine is still the luger although the Walther laid the foundation of modern guns (it had some special stuff that made it modern gun like)

more info on the P38 here

http://www.world.guns.ru/handguns/hg68-e.htm

dude the luger was the one that laid the foundation of modern handguns, cause it was the first to use 9mm parabellum rounds thats why when u buy 9mm bullets on the the box it sez 9mm luger




Cap'n Rommel

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#53 12 years ago

sorta, but the mechanisme is what define a modern handgun.

The Lugers mechanism was to complicated and not so reliable:

as you can clearly see on the pic

back to modern guns, I can't wait to see the XM8 replace the M4s and M16s, I've played enough GRAW to melt my brain.

yes.. yes of course... back... yes... that is good.. yes... hehe.. modern guns,.. æhrmm

If I had to choose modern handgun it should be this:

walther_ppk2.jpg

the walther ppk, an excellent gun although it was first made in 1929 it continued to be developed until the late 1970 if I remember correct.

Edit: Check out the videos of my favorite rifle:

http://www.hkpro.com/g11.htm




wolvesgoalie

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#54 12 years ago

g11 not bad, but unfortunately only a prototype. It was supposed to replace the g3, but instead they just made drastic improvements to the g3, and released the g3a2, g3a3, and g3a4. Looks pretty wierd, I bet you there is an old scifi flick that uses them.

Check out these cool silent rounds, no more need to screw on a silencer to achieve a silent shot!!! http://world.guns.ru/ammo/sp-e.htm




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#55 12 years ago

Actually, Matthew Reilly's book 'Temple' puts the H&K G-11 in the hands of modern-day Nazis out to destroy the world (a very interesting read). Funny that it hasn't appeared in sci-fi flicks, actually, considering that other 'not-normal' weapons like the P90 have featured in TV and films.




Cap'n Rommel

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#56 12 years ago
'not-normal' weapons like the P90 have featured in TV and films.

whats not normal with the P90?




wolvesgoalie

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#57 12 years ago

It simply looks un-conventional, when compared to a m16, or g36. You know the feed from the top. It actually has the same magazine idea as the g11. I like the pic of the g11 on world.guns.ru, that shows it with a bayonet




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#58 12 years ago

its quit funny that unconvential guns most of the times are miles better than convential guns.