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How about a heartbeat sensor or masterkey shotguns? And by the way, they're called sound suppressors, not silencers.
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| August 1, 2010, 11:53 am
Quoting Rtas 'Vadum
How about a heartbeat sensor or masterkey shotguns? And by the way, they're called sound suppressors, not silencers.

If it was a sound suppressor, wouldn't that make the sound silenced?...
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| August 1, 2010, 1:40 pm
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Silencers or compensators don't actually "silence" the sound. In fact they are designed to reduce muzzle flash and make the gun sound like something different (example a breaking piece of wood etc.)
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| August 1, 2010, 6:22 pm
Hehe, I love the silencer/suppressor wars we get into...

On topic:
-PEQ-2(or PEQ-1, it doesn't matter)
-Secondary iron sights on scope(if ya have a scope)
-Secondary red dot sight on scope
-foregrip
-mag holder(used to hold extra mags outside of vest or magazine holder, like shotgun shell holder on outside of M1014)

And you WILL need a beverage holder. Either the can or cup type will do.
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| August 1, 2010, 7:16 pm
I just hijacked this topic and started an arguement. I feel pretty successful. I did a search though, and found that compensator is another name for muzzle braek and suppressor is the official-esque name for an attachment that lowers a bullet's speed to less than mach 1.
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| August 2, 2010, 3:25 pm
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Quoting Max S.
Well but because the hot gases expand inside the chambers of a "silencer" it actually silnces the muzzle-"bang". Of course it also reduce the muzzle flash.
But one thing I hope is clear: silencers doesn't make guns "noiseless".


Yes you are correct that guns are not silenced completely with a silence installed. They are intended for two purposes only: 1. To reduce muzzle flash and 2. To make the noise sound like something else besides a gun going off. End of this disscusion now can we please get back on topic? (Any more silencer questions will be deleted by me for they are off topic.)
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| August 2, 2010, 7:41 pm
Quoting chris legg
I nead some help with attachments, what are some ideas, so far i have 1 stock, 1 stander-ed mag, RDS, Holo, side flipping zoom increaser, integrated optics, silencer, iron sights, flip up rear sight. i don't have many more black, gray and white pieces but i could use red pieces. any suggestions. no heart beat censor or master-keys please.
acog scope foregrip pso scope

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| August 3, 2010, 4:36 am
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Cough... Cough!! Stay on the topic please people! I already had to delete two comments about this, and if I have to delete anymore the entire topic will be scrapped. (P.S Begging to the mods about NOT deleting a message that is really off topic will get it deleted anyway. Sorry Max :)
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| August 4, 2010, 3:08 am
Quoting Sagar Dighe
This topic is a hilarious read!


Ahem... On TOPIC! Sorry Weston.

How about a Night vision scope? They're kinda big though. A three point sling? If your making an AK or a Dragonuv SVD, You could make the AK scope mount. Other than that, my ideas have all been taken. It'd be funny if someone tried to make a Full Metal Jacket bullet. Or FMJ for you COD6 ppl.

How is full metal jacket even considered an attachment? I never figured that out. I'd like to see someone make grenade sights.
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| August 13, 2010, 8:32 pm
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Quoting Rtas 'Vadum How is full metal jacket even considered an attachment?
I've been wondering the same thing, especially since FMJ bullets are the standard military type slug (Geneva Convention). To get anything more "powerful" or get more penetration, one needs to use Teflon tipped, armor piercing, or another type of bullet. You'd think that the makers of a great war game series wouldn't mess up on that. As for building an FMJ? All you need is a yellow/tan closed stud cone (open stud cones are hollow points).
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| August 14, 2010, 12:28 am
susaut scope or apureture sights
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| August 14, 2010, 1:00 pm
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Quoting Jasper Jasper Here we freaking go again.
That word put this through moderation. You could simply say "Here we go again." and we'd all understand that you are frustrated.
Quoting Jasper Jasper There should be website special for mw2 adicted gun builders... Tese kids dont belong here.
Video games are just one of many sources that gun builders all over MOCpages use as inspiration. Some use one game and that's fine by me AND allowed on MOCpages. If you don't like any of it, take it up with the builder or contact the MOCpages mods or Sean about it.
Quoting Jasper Jasper ...cuz im getting sick of those people just spraying modernwarfare2 terms around on mocpages in which they dont even know what they are saying.
Not everyone is an expert on Modern Warfare 2 terminology, so give them a break. This was a serious discussion on the term FMJ, it's video game meaning and the real-life meaning. The discrepancy is due to Modern Warfare 2 being realistic in almost every other way.
Quoting Jasper Jasper Chris asked a serious question which u can only anser if u know some about guns.
I did, and I also suggested how to "build" FMJ with Lego: http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=146&topicid=54065#comment-568403
Quoting Jasper Jasper sadly though most people will not know more about guns than we allready have forgotten. Hopefully I made my point clear...,
All but this one. What do you mean by "already forgotten"? If one forgets something regarding guns, it's okay for someone to remind them. Please stop "spraying" members for having a discussion on a topic that they may have not discussed until now.
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| August 19, 2010, 1:02 pm
I understand what Jasper hates about it, because since Modern Warfare (especially Modern Warfare 2) was released, people are talking about fake attachments like heartbeat sensors and akimbo.
And many of those MW2 players know nothing about calibers and other attachments than holographic sights, red dot sights, ACOGs, Akimbo, etc.

But I agree with PyBrick, I also get much inspiration from video games. And before I learned about real weaponry, calibers and real attachments, I was as uneducated as the people Jasper is complaining about.
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| August 19, 2010, 1:38 pm
Quoting Private Henderson
Akimbo.
akimbo is not an atachment its a way of holding two weapons

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| August 19, 2010, 1:41 pm
Quoting PyBrick Replicas
Quoting Jasper Jasper Here we freaking go again.
That word put this through moderation. You could simply say "Here we go again." and we'd all understand that you are frustrated.
Quoting Jasper Jasper There should be website special for mw2 adicted gun builders... Tese kids dont belong here.
Video games are just one of many sources that gun builders all over MOCpages use as inspiration. Some use one game and that's fine by me AND allowed on MOCpages. If you don't like any of it, take it up with the builder or contact the MOCpages mods or Sean about it.
Quoting Jasper Jasper ...cuz im getting sick of those people just spraying modernwarfare2 terms around on mocpages in which they dont even know what they are saying.
Not everyone is an expert on Modern Warfare 2 terminology, so give them a break. This was a serious discussion on the term FMJ, it's video game meaning and the real-life meaning. The discrepancy is due to Modern Warfare 2 being realistic in almost every other way.
Quoting Jasper Jasper Chris asked a serious question which u can only anser if u know some about guns.
I did, and I also suggested how to "build" FMJ with Lego: http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=146&topicid=54065#comment-568403
Quoting Jasper Jasper sadly though most people will not know more about guns than we allready have forgotten. Hopefully I made my point clear...,
All but this one. What do you mean by "already forgotten"? If one forgets something regarding guns, it's okay for someone to remind them. Please stop "spraying" members for having a discussion on a topic that they may have not discussed until now.
forsooth

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| August 19, 2010, 1:44 pm
Quoting chris legg
actualy akimbo is a body positing, dualweilding if any thing would be better
its almost what i said

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| August 19, 2010, 3:51 pm
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Quoting Perry B.
Heartbeat sensors and akimbo.


Heartbeat sensors are technically not fake. The U.S army is in the works on creating something like this, but the fact that this device identifies friends and foes via different colored dots is a long way away. Akimbo is also NOT an attachment, like many people have said it is a way of holding two guns. Most soldiers NEVER have two firearms like that, it was probably just put in MW2 to please gangsters and those who like that kind of stuff. FMJ is also NOT AN ATTACHMENT. EVERY SINGLE MILITARY FIREARM USES THESE BULLETS. BULLETS ARE NOT ATTACHMENTS LIKE SIGHTS, GRIPS, SILENCERS ETC. End of the MW2 discussion or this topic will be deleted by me and the other mods.
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| September 5, 2010, 10:47 pm
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