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codsof2skinner

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#11 16 years ago
Ensign RilesAh, the joys of trying to figure out the laws of the Geneva Convention. Sure you can use a huge .50 caliber machine gun to shread someone into little pieces, but not use a shotgun. Doesn't that just make perfect sense?

yeh or the m84 barret its funny as heck they just fly across the map(the practce dummies)




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#12 16 years ago

I really wonder why shotguns aren't allowed. I can't think of a valid excuse except they could potentially get you killed engaging targets at distances, but I highly doubt that.




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#13 16 years ago

bullets spread out so if enemy and friendly is close u'll kill friendly too...? don't know...




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#14 16 years ago

That can be said for the RPG or any type of grenade. Like I said, that law must have been approved by the French. They like to enjoy their wine.... ;)




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#15 16 years ago

why 'french'? (i'm not french. just asking)




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#16 16 years ago

People say that the French enjoy their wine too much, which implies they must be drunk. To outlaw shotguns over grenades because of collateral damage seems contradictory and therefore they must be drunk.

However, that is being stereotypical so it was a joke, not a truth on the lifestyle of the French people.




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