What the fuck am i looking at...
I died a little on the inside. Worse yet, I know the guy who owns this.
[QUOTE=norzone;28414297]What the fuck am i looking at...[/QUOTE]
An airsoft gun that has attachments that cost more than an actual P90.
I died a little on the inside. Worse yet, I know the guy who owns this.[/QUOTE]
Where's the trigger?
Reminds me of an F2000
Although I prefer the classic AUG A1, I see nothing wrong with this.
It's just like Halo.
oh my jesus
Whenever I see a bomb suit I think of Fatman from Metal Gear Solid.
anime airsooft guns are wat
[url]http://www.digitalwastelands.com/content/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=303&Itemid=43[/url] for the rest of em.
That stock looks very uncomfortable.
Looks like a grip, so you can use it as a melee weapon aswell.
[QUOTE=RedRibbonMurderer;28442334]That stock looks very uncomfortable.[/QUOTE]
Unfortunately, turning any AR-15 platform rifle into an assault pistol requires leaving the giant buffer tube sticking out the back. With AEGs you could probably just leave it off but the rear wouldn't be analogous to the real thing.
Kel-tec designed a 5.56 pistol (named the PLR-16) to satisfy the market for people who wanted the .223 round in a shorter, more versatile weapon.
Oh god it's like a Chang Feng fucked an MP7.
[QUOTE=CodeMonkey3;28440656]It's just like Halo.
That's one of EOD's main tools though. Back when I was in the enlistment process for the Army, I was going for EOD. They told me the .50 Barrett is actually more of a tool for them. If an IED is too unstable to move, or even touch, they'll pull back to a safe distance, zero in on the IED and detonate it by shooting it.
Seems like a cool way to deal with them. They should do it more often rather than risk lives.
Well unfortunately you just can't go shooting IED's inside a city near houses, but for road side bombs I can see it being used.
[QUOTE=L_Dawg;28448074]Seems like a cool way to deal with them. They should do it more often rather than risk lives.[/QUOTE]
But here's where you have to make a decision.
Let's say you're in an EOD unit. You get a call over the radio, that a unit on a dismounted patrol has spotted an IED on a city street, with residences on both sides. Let's say it's a 155 (155mm artillery shell). Do you shoot it, and level part of the neighborhood, possibly killing civilians, such as women and children, and making others homeless? Or, do you make the risk to render it safe with no harm done? My decision would be this, I'd walk up to it, and attempt to disarm it, even though I know that I could die in the process, at any second. But at least I'd have the last thought, that I died trying to help others, and that I tried to make that neighborhood safer for the parents who could watch their kids play soccer, catch or ball, or just be able to spend time together without the worry that they might not have that chance.
thinking about getting this
but it dusnt come with granade loncher so im not so sure
That's not a grenade launcher.
Is there something awry with that scope?
Look at that selector switch. Is this a springer?
Also what thread do you think you're posting in?
I can't tell if he is trolling or not?
but it dusnt come with granade loncher so im not so sure[/QUOTE]
lol, look at the scope :v:
I've seen crosman guns with the scope being where you hold all the bbs..... :smithicide:
I think this might have been posted already but scroll down to the PT99s.
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