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Everyone has there favorite weapon when playing ET but I'm just curious what everyone has for guns in real life.

 

This is my Anderson AR15, did have a Beretta .40 pistol but I got into some trouble with that one

 

 

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Nice gun    can  u snip good :D ?

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do u play real life et lol

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I'm gonna show my favorite collection:
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That Anderson AR15 looks similar to M4, what are the difference between them? :stupid

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That Anderson AR15 looks similar to M4, what are the difference between them? :stupid

 

Nano :)

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I read of a new rifle coming out where the air-tube is replaced by a push-rod, so that there would be much less fouling in ar-15/m-16/m-4 style rifles.  Well, all rifles that use air-tubes, for that matter.  :)

 

I wonder what metal they will make the rod, the new tube and the bolt-pusher out of.  :D

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My 2 babys  ;)

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My Inland M1 Carbine, My Rock Island 1911, My Norinco SKS, and my Custom AR-15......just a few grom my collection post-18992-0-11624500-1465267910_thumb.jpgpost-18992-0-48350200-1465267989_thumb.jpgpost-18992-0-83524000-1465268032_thumb.jpg

 

Ive got a Mosin-Nagant and a GSG-5 I just recently got too: )

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That Anderson AR15 looks similar to M4, what are the difference between them? :stupid

Military issued M4s are 14" barrels, which makes them short barreled rifles under US law. Civilian sales M4s are 16" barrels to comply with ATF regulations. You can own short barreled rifles, but you have to have an ATF tax stamp for them.

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I read of a new rifle coming out where the air-tube is replaced by a push-rod, so that there would be much less fouling in ar-15/m-16/m-4 style rifles. Well, all rifles that use air-tubes, for that matter. :)

 

I wonder what metal they will make the rod, the new tube and the bolt-pusher out of. :D

They have had that for a long time, they call them gas piston ARs. The HK416 is a gas piston design.

 

There is a sharp divide between gas piston vs direct impingement(original) design believers. A lot of people will argue but the gas piston has a number of significant drawbacks that the direct impingement design inherently doesnt.

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They have had that for a long time, they call them gas piston ARs. The HK416 is a gas piston design.

 

There is a sharp divide between gas piston vs direct impingement(original) design believers. A lot of people will argue but the gas piston has a number of significant drawbacks that the direct impingement design inherently doesnt.

 

That is what I found out after I posted!  :D

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The weapons that I have would scare most of you.  One even scares me.

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Just bought a new pistol...   Smith & Wesson m&p .45   :D

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