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Spidey01
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If you could have a complete set of weapons in real life (no restrictions), what would they be?

Pistol / SMG / Carbine / AR / SR / SG / LMG

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For me, I think it would be

Pistol: Kimber Custom II (Basically an M1911).

Sub Machine Gun: H&K MP5, Fixed Stock.

Carbine: Carbine, Caliber .30, M1. (M1's had fixed stocks)

Assault Rifle / Rifle: I'd love a XM8.... but would probably have to go with the H&K G36K.

Sniper Rifle: Mauser Karabiner 98k, fitted with a modern scope if possible.

Shotgun: Any pump action would do but a Mossberg 590 would be nice.

Light Machine Gun / Squad Automatic Weapon: MG3, my favorite support weapon since I first encountered it in Ghost Recon.

If I ever had the money to take up shooting as a hobby. I would want to track down a decent Kar98K and learn to fire it with as much accuracy as a human could learn to with Iron Sights.

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mp5, colt python, handgun 911, m4, army grenade (go out in style :P)

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Pistol: M1911

Sub Machine Gun: M3A1 Grease gun

Carbine: M4

Assault Rifle / Rifle: M14

Sniper Rifle: M14NM (National Match) W/ M3A Leoupold

Shotgun: M4 Tactical 12 Ga.

Light Machine Gun / Squad Automatic Weapon: M60 (its a little heavy though, Any thing but the damn M249 Piece of junk)

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yeah an mp5 machinepistol would be great. And as pistol i use the desert eagle or a glock 17 or a sig-sauer. Assult riffle i like the ak-47.

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Pistol: FN Five/seven

Sub Machine Gun: MP5 navy

Carbine: M4

Assault Rifle / Rifle: F2000

Sniper Rifle: the AWP from counterstike

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Pistol: Sig P229, P2000, Five-Seven
Sub Machine Gun: P90 LV, MP5K PDW with 'special' carry case
Assault Rifle: Sig 552
Sniper Rifle: PGM Mini-Hecate .338, M93 Black Arrow, PSG-1, Walter WA 2000

Sniper Rifle: the AWP from counterstike

bah! The arctic warfare weapons are sooo impersonal and boring ... what's the fun with a sniper rifle if you only have to polish and oil it once in a decade ?

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Pistol: Glock 17

"That punk pulled a Glock 7 on me! You know what that is? It's a porcelain gun made in Germany. It doesn't show up on your airport X-ray machines, and it costs more than you make here in a month!" - Bruce Willis, Die Hard 2

Bruce, the Glock 7 doesnt exist. Glock doesnt make any porcelain guns. It does show up on airport X-ray machines. It`s from Austria, and no Glock costs more than 2000 dollars^^

Sub Machine Gun: HK Mp5A3 Navy

Carbine/Assault Rifle: HK 416 D145RS

Sniper Rifle: HK MSG 90

Shotgun: Franchi SPAS 12

Light Machine Gun: HK MG4 or FN Minimi

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Haha Noer.

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Pistol: Mk 23 w/silencer and tac light
SMG: M1928A1 Thompson
Carbine: H&K 416
AR: XM29 OICW
SR: AI L96 AWP Magnum
SG: Benelli M3 Super 90
MG: M249 SAW

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Pistol: Glock 17 -- The balance in this plastic fantastic-gun is excellent, even better than the HK USP. The second shot in a double-tap is incredibly accurate.

SMG: HK MP5, fixed stock, iron sights, single shot-mode, mag clip for a double banana, fitted with flash light under the forearm grip -- Never miss the vital shot again.

AR/Sniper rifle: Modified HK G3 7.62 with a scope -- I like the stopping power in the calibre.

LMG: FN Minimi -- a robust and accurate led-spreader.

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ill still just hide behind my AS-90 Wink

Ill be the one returning fire with my Howitzer

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I'm supprised no body has called this baby

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Pistol: Glock 17 -- The balance in this plastic fantastic-gun is excellent, even better than the HK USP. The second shot in a double-tap is incredibly accurate.

SMG: HK MP5, fixed stock, iron sights, single shot-mode, mag clip for a double banana, fitted with flash light under the forearm grip -- Never miss the vital shot again.

I totally agree on the Glock Rouge Smile Its ability to fire the second shot that fast and that accurate is great. FSK are using the USP 40, and i actually wonder why... the USP has more recoil than the Glock, but on the plus side the USP is said to be a bit more accurate on further distances than the Glock 17. And furthermore they might feel more safe with a safetybutton on their handgun:D I actually miss that on the Glock.

I prefer to mount my Aimpoint Comp ml3 on the Mp5, I just aim incredibly more faster with it, especially in close quarters. Red dot on target, bang bang, target down.

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I just need my BattelMaster TwistedTwistedTwisted

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im sorry but to bring star wars into this the death star is far too old in technology and would have to go with the newer and better "Sun Crucher"

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I prefer to mount my Aimpoint Comp ml3 on the Mp5, I just aim incredibly more faster with it, especially in close quarters. Red dot on target, bang bang, target down.

I prefer to point my left index finger on the target under the forearm grip, and poof -- it's down.

I have heard an explanation of the "point-and-shoot"-method -- the brain somehow follows the finger, but I can't recall the physiological details. It is almost the same phenomena as when you are driving a motorbike: If you fix your eyes on the "scary" telephone pole in the curve, you will hit it.

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Maybe an interesting link concerning the

TURNIPSEED - TECHNIQUE

--> http://www.quickshoot.com/articles/martial.html

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Track'em, find'em, kill'em!"

Scout
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I actually use the M-68 CCO on my M-4 carbine, along with my index finger running along the front rail. Why not both. I wonder, does that make me twice as fast. Lol

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Pistol: H&K Mk. 23

SMG: H&K MP-7

Carbine: H&K G36K

AR: AK-74

SR: H&K PSG-1

SG: Benelli M4

LMG: MG42

War. War never changes...

Valroe
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Maybe an interesting link concerning the

TURNIPSEED - TECHNIQUE

--> http://www.quickshoot.com/articles/martial.html

Well, Duke have you ever seen equilibrium? I am an expert in the Gun Kata shown there, and the picture here shows a live drawing of me on a mission in !

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Found that link some time ago but never had time to read it. Thanks for posting Duke other wise I never would've read it lol.

Equilibrium is an AWESOME movie -- if you think the Matrix was great, you ain't seen nothing yet.

PS: Nice to meet another reader; Shield but I missed the Jedi Academy Trilogy

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How about the Halo 2 Scarab?