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What's your favorite gun? Why is it your favorite? And are you going to/have you replicate(d) the gun?

A simple Form:

Mine is the (gun's name), because:
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And I have(n't) replicated it (yet(, and I'm planning to do it)).


Example:

Mine is the HK417, because:
-The sheer power it has(7.62x51)
-The possibilities it has, it can be an assault rifle or even a sniper.
-The looks, it looks just so smexy.
-The fact that the chance on malfunctioning is so small.
And I haven't replicated it yet and I'm planning to do it.


Now your opinion!
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| June 7, 2010, 12:03 pm
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Mine is the Thompson M1921AC/M1928 because
-it's an extremely powerfull Submachine gun(.45 ACP)
-the rate of fire is very high (variety between 800-1000 RPM)
-it looks just extremely swexy: It's so recognizable
-the magazines have a good capacity: 20 rounds, 30 rounds, 50 rounds and 100 rounds
And I haven't replicated this specific model yet (only the M1A1 and M1928A1), but I'm planning to do it.

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| June 8, 2010, 9:33 am
tompson model 1921 or posibly the lee enfeilde or stg 44

im going to replicate the stg and the tompson and if possible the lee enfeilde resson's why i like these guns the stg was the first assult rifle in the world the tompson becase of the style of it and it was very popualar with the british and american forces at the time lee enfeilde becase its a powerful bolt action rifle
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| June 8, 2010, 11:27 am
Suomi-Kp (KP-31)
Because of:
High fire rate, 750 - 900 Rpm
Many different magazine sizes, 20, 36, 40, 50 or 71 rounds
Looks very cool
It was so good that Russians made a perfect copy of it during WW II (cant remember the name of that gun)
A pic of the gun-> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Submachine_gun_Suomi_M31.jpg
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| June 8, 2010, 4:43 pm
Quoting Rtas 'Vadum
Definitely the Heckler & Koch Gewher 11.
-Caseless ammo (automatically makes it awesome)
-Weird shape (it's a large box with a stick on one end and a grip on the bottom)
-Its mechanics (rotating bolt)
-And the idea that resulted in its creation: have an assault rifle with a rate of fire so high (2000 rpm in burst fire) that recoil is applied after all rounds leave the barrel
I haven't built it because I haven't really felt like doing much of anything lately.

xD, it definetly looks just like a box with a grip and a scope.
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| June 8, 2010, 4:56 pm
Quoting eeeddyeeeee .
Suomi-Kp (KP-31)
~bla~
It was so good that Russians made a perfect copy of it during WW II (cant remember the name of that gun)
A pic of the gun-> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Submachine_gun_Suomi_M31.jpg
You mean the Russian PPSH-41?

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| June 8, 2010, 4:57 pm
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Quoting Rtas 'Vadum
Definitely the Heckler & Koch Gewher 11.
-Caseless ammo (automatically makes it awesome)
-Weird shape (it's a large box with a stick on one end and a grip on the bottom)
-Its mechanics (rotating bolt)
-And the idea that resulted in its creation: have an assault rifle with a rate of fire so high (2000 rpm in burst fire) that recoil is applied after all rounds leave the barrel
I haven't built it because I haven't really felt like doing much of anything lately.

You're right, the G11 is also one of my favourite rifles. I love it's simple yet awesome look and mechanism.
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| June 9, 2010, 12:03 pm
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Mine is the FG-42 and I have replicated it before however, I haven't had enough pieces to make a full size version.

Reasons:
Awesome cartridge: 7.62x49mm
Capacity: 20-32 rounds
Nationality: German of course!

Other reasons:
Definitely a rare gun (only around 2000 produced)
Made for the German Paratroops (they rock!)
Classical looks with the prototype assault rifle style.
Can mount a scope (regular and even the Vampir scope!)
Smexy muzzle brake!

Downsides:
Kicks like a mule on full auto (literally!)
Mechanism not 100% reliable.
Somewhat crude design later in the war.

And no I don't like this gun because of World at War! I just started loving the gun after studying about it!
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| June 9, 2010, 11:36 pm
Mine is the M4/M16, because:
- It has lots of rails
- There are lots of pictures of it on the web.
- It is very detailed
- It is very hard to replicate

And I have replicated it, and the v5 will be here in about one more week! Also this is my least favorite gun currently because right now my lego version is pissing me off. I will tell you this: The v5 will be my last before I destroy it(I'm looking forward to that).

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| June 10, 2010, 7:33 pm
Mine is the Browning 1919 .30
- it was light weight and portable
-used standard .30 rounds
- and could be used on anything, planes, infantry, ship, etc.
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| June 29, 2010, 6:58 pm
Quoting Perry B.
Quoting eeeddyeeeee .
Suomi-Kp (KP-31)
~bla~
It was so good that Russians made a perfect copy of it during WW II (cant remember the name of that gun)
A pic of the gun-> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Submachine_gun_Suomi_M31.jpg
You mean the Russian PPSH-41?

Yah thats the PPSH i like it too.
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| July 2, 2010, 12:54 am
The mg42. Why?
- It's powerful( cal 7.92 )
- Hight rate of fire
- Long range ( 700 m )
- Accurate

This weapon is used nowdays too. For example by the Italian army
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| July 2, 2010, 2:05 pm
Quoting giovanni tuzzi
The mg42. Why?
- It's powerful( cal 7.92 )
- Hight rate of fire
- Long range ( 700 m )
- Accurate

This weapon is used nowdays too. For example by the Italian army

thats my fav to!
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| July 2, 2010, 2:09 pm
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