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by GMC Military Arms
Sun Oct 30, 2016 3:40 pm
 
Forum: Technical
Topic: Stunningly offensive
Replies: 2
Views: 490

Stunningly offensive

This graph showing "people" and "zombies" discriminates against post-senior citizens and the Differently Alive. I am very offended and shall not be having coffee in this so-called establishment again.
by GMC Military Arms
Thu Mar 07, 2013 6:25 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

I apologize. Are we talking about the American civil war? I have missed that in my previous post. I thought it was about the 18th centruy forsom reason. I was confused by the mention of musket and having an 'aim' step being unusual. The British military in the War of Independence 80 years earlier w...
by GMC Military Arms
Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:45 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

If someone goes back in time and gives your army AKs against muskets and you still lose, it's maybe indicative that your cause isn't worth fighting. Well, considering at the time having an "aim" step in the order of fire was a radical departure from traditional doctrine (seriously, it was...
by GMC Military Arms
Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:27 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

•See that little smidge of a handguard on the front? In theory, you either hold that, or buy a small vertical grip. Needles to say, this is a gun meant to be used by the Japanese. Being a little more sensible, I'd imagine at least the long-barrel versions would lengthen out the handguard; it's ok f...
by GMC Military Arms
Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:06 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Bah! *waves hand angrily* Ok,here is my revised equipment setup. Militia, auxiliary: Mosin Nagant AM-17u Main infantry: AK 74 (preferably without a stock, cuz I'm cool like that ;-) AM-17 Support roles: RPK 74 and the SVD. RPM-17 Maybe I'll change the RPK to the RPD. Convince me. :p Whe...
by GMC Military Arms
Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:47 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Roskraina wrote:MK 23 SOCOM


It is guaranteed this is the worst choice unless you want to anchor a boat or beat a man to death.
by GMC Military Arms
Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:21 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

You see, now you've got me with the mental image of an M2 with a sword bayonet being held by two guys who are just running at people with it shouting "arrgh!"

It's the Viking way.
by GMC Military Arms
Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:10 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Wasn't the OICW conceived after the failure of the project? What happened was someone looked at Steyr's ACR and they were like, 'Yeah, that. But in 20mm. And put a normal gun on the handguard and make it weigh as much as a television set. No, we still want you to develop a bayonet for it, why would...
by GMC Military Arms
Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:05 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Aqizithiuda wrote:What GL came from the ACR project? :p


The OICW upper module. Har can it be you were so defeated 8)
by GMC Military Arms
Wed Mar 06, 2013 2:43 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

If you have any source on that it would be greatly apreciated. I could use some laughs. http://www.thegunzone.com/spiw.html Pretty well-researched and mentions it. I believe it was largely because you can have all the KE you like but you're still a tiny dart with bugger all momentum. Still, SPIW st...
by GMC Military Arms
Wed Mar 06, 2013 2:24 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Graznovia wrote:I'd believe flechettes while boasting flatter trajectories, superior penetrative capabilities, and lower recoil, are however of questionable lethality...


Wasn't SPIW having issues with their flechettes doing ridiculous things like deflecting off leaves and raindrops?
by GMC Military Arms
Tue Mar 05, 2013 3:03 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Hockenberg wrote:


Those are hideous why do the barrels do that make them stop :(
by GMC Military Arms
Tue Mar 05, 2013 10:37 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Ah, I personally dislike how little barrel was exposed forcing the use of a spike bayonet. If it went with no visible barrel, then I would be alright, along with if it had more barrel (like the Jungle Carbine, Mauser, etc) I don't think it was that, they just wanted to make the bayonet lighter and ...
by GMC Military Arms
Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:42 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Oo, nice Winchester 1895 that you got there. Also, is that last one's magazine detachable? If so, Points to you for stealing ideas from my head. Yeah, was mainly looking at the Browning BLR for cues on what a modernised lever-action rifle would be doing, hence the switch to a side ejection port wit...
by GMC Military Arms
Tue Mar 05, 2013 6:32 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

The likelyhood of the XM8 showing up in a "real steel" form outside of the US or one of HK's archive rooms is slim to none due to various legal and licensing issues. I suspect someone has seen pcitures of a bunch of airsofters dressed up as the malaysian spec forces running around with XM...
by GMC Military Arms
Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:35 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

We were talking a while back about how, even though it wasn't experimental anymore, no one calls it the "M8"... Well, it's not the M8 because that would imply it had been adopted by the US military. Plus it has an X, which is very useful if you're an Xtreme Tacops Operator trying to stop ...
by GMC Military Arms
Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:02 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Is it bad that I really like this gun? Also, is that really a sten? Yes, it's really a Sten. To be exact it's a Sten in an SL8 stock with a FAL recoil spring. I believe it is the happiest Sten there ever was. Somewhat on topic (though this isn't for any of the nations I RP'd back in The Day), coupl...
by GMC Military Arms
Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:21 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Vector would have been nice if TDI / ALLCAPS ARMS had invented it during the subgun boom in the 80s-90s, then bad guys started wearing BA and most people who weren't using subsonic loads switched to carbine rifles or P90s. Vector's strictly for mall ninjas.
by GMC Military Arms
Mon Mar 04, 2013 4:40 pm
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Those are GMPGs. I already have the MG3. The only difference between a GPMG and an LMG is how you use it, from my understanding. I think they're pretty much interchangeable terms. Strictly it's medium machine gun and GPMG that are mostly interchangeable. The classic definitions are: LMG: Designed f...
by GMC Military Arms
Mon Mar 04, 2013 11:14 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Risen Britannia wrote:Is it bad that I like the Sten?


Not really, a regular Sten looks like it was built accidentally by a confused plumber.
by GMC Military Arms
Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:53 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

I has scary black guns too. Not only is they scary, these guns they has secrets. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v453/GMCMA/Other%20stuff/1-tfb_zpsd9679d6f.jpg Sten http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v453/GMCMA/Other%20stuff/6f6e2e12-d870-4c2f-8796-e61f78160f0b_zpsaa58557b.jpg Ruger 10-22 http://im...
by GMC Military Arms
Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:42 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Main Military Weapon of your Country: Pattern VIII (Read OP)
Replies: 12751
Views: 185133

Samozaryadnyastan wrote:An M320's just a short-barrel AG36, right?


Rail-mounted AG36 (ie AG-C). Unlike the AG-C it has a front grip and finger guard that are fixed, while if the AG-C has them they're mounted to a front lower rail.
by GMC Military Arms
Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:12 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Military Ground Vehicles of Your Nation [NO MECHS] Mk.IV
Replies: 12478
Views: 331682

Samozaryadnyastan wrote:I wonder what you'll say when you see the aerogavin revival somewhere in this and other threads...


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by GMC Military Arms
Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:04 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Military Ground Vehicles of Your Nation [NO MECHS] Mk.IV
Replies: 12478
Views: 331682

Might have been him, he's known to routinely google his own name and turn up in the strangest of places. Which are anywhere he currently is, so it's something of a self-fulfilling prophecy. These are of course all places the Gavin can go using the aftermarket APC-to-text conversion package which als...
by GMC Military Arms
Mon Mar 04, 2013 9:56 am
 
Forum: Factbooks and National Information
Topic: Military Ground Vehicles of Your Nation [NO MECHS] Mk.IV
Replies: 12478
Views: 331682

Samozaryadnyastan wrote:AMOSgavin?


M113 is "track" or just M113. The only person who has ever called it Gavin is a thoroughly deranged troll called Mike Sparks and his numerous alternate personalities "supporters."
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