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#41 12 years ago
Will_H;3916645well basically me and my friend were board in I.T at school and started this convocation about guns and in the end he asked me "what is the best gun in the whole world?" and i said i didn't know so i though hey lets ask the firearms experts of GF! So what is the best gun in the world (in your opinion) and im not just talking about which one packs the most power i mean all different thing like accuracy and precision and all the other reasons!! so post minions post!

That's a very broad question. An M16 kicks ass, but if you're wandering around in narrow, dark corridors with lots of tight turns, the guy with the P90 is probably going to bag you first while you're struggling to get your gun unstuck. Likewise, if you're in the wide open with your M16 and you see the same guy with the P90 in the distance, you're more likely to blow his head off first. But then, neither the M16 nor the P90 will help you against some dude with an M24 hidden in a bush a half mile away. However, the lunatic with the bazooka will probably just destroy everything and kill all three of them.

And at the end of the day, a grenade shoved into the underpants will do more damage than any of the above combined. As would a tactical nuclear warhead for that matter, but I'm not sure if that would fit down your underpants.

So you see, it depends on what you're doing. If you're stuck in some narrow passageways with tight corners and little room to manoeuvre, you want something short - or even a shotgun! Out in the open you may prefer something longer. If you're hiding in a bush, you might want a sniper rifle (and a life). Alternatively, if you're clinically insane you might just want to shove hand grenades down people's trousers before you head off to the psychiatrists to get your daily dose of ineffective meds.

In any case it's all pretty illegal, so you'll be taken down by the police pretty quickly - in which case, you'll just be happy to have a kevlar shirt!




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#42 12 years ago
Roaming East;3919758accurate? Me thinks you havent shot too many of them. Its a 'dinner plate' gun. Meaning a good shooter can get his bullets to land within the approximate space of a dinner plate at 100 yards. whereas that same shooter could use an M16 and get his grouping to fit into a saucer. Not huge at 100 yards. but at 200 or more, you aint hitting your target half the time with the AK.

Give the same guy an RK62 or -95 and he could get his shots to fit into a teacup at 160 yards. This is the main reason I very much prefer an RK over an ordinary AK, the limiting factor for accuracy is that too wide front bead that doesn't allow you to see you target, but if you manage to estimate where it is the target is very likely to be hit up to 300m. Obviously the RK-series also look way cooler, and the RK62 doubles as a golf club due to the nice tubular buttstock. =p

The huge drawback is the price, the quality and the small numbers made means they cost more than e.g. the average M16 and thus have lost the major incentive for buying an AK-series...

An old video featuring the RK95.




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#43 12 years ago
Mr. Matt;3919802However, the lunatic with the bazooka will probably just destroy everything and kill all three of them.

That = Me Read my first post in this topic.




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#44 12 years ago
Anakin992;3919874That = Me Read my first post in this topic.

You were foremost in my mind when making that statement :p.




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#45 12 years ago

Huffardo;3919848Give the same guy an RK62 or -95 and he could get his shots to fit into a teacup at 160 yards. This is the main reason I very much prefer an RK over an ordinary AK, the limiting factor for accuracy is that too wide front bead that doesn't allow you to see you target, but if you manage to estimate where it is the target is very likely to be hit up to 300m. Obviously the RK-series also look way cooler, and the RK62 doubles as a golf club due to the nice tubular buttstock. =p

The huge drawback is the price, the quality and the small numbers made means they cost more than e.g. the average M16 and thus have lost the major incentive for buying an AK-series...

An old video featuring the RK95.

Preaching to the choir man. Im very much aware of the awesomeness that is the RK series. The 100 series AK's are also quite effective. just took the russians 30 years to catch up on the whole accurate shooter thing.