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Any combat rifle from the first shoulder cannon to any modern day combat rifle if u can prove it was in combat than it's good and also give reasons why it's the best please.
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| January 12, 2011, 11:23 am
The FAMAS G2. Number 1, it's a bulpup, so that makes it more accurate than a standard configuration. It also has three fire modes: full auto, semi auto, and 3 round burst (used in MW2). The FAMAS comes with lots of attatchment potensial. The G2 has a built in bipod above the handguard, and can host an M203 grenade launcher. Built in carry-handel with standard NATO rails. The FAMAS also has the ability to hold a scilencer. This gun wieghs only 8.38 lbs(3.8 kg). AND, it has a really high rate of fire. 1000-1100 rounds/min (faster then the M4).Oh yeah, and it looks KILLER (no pun intended lol)!
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| January 17, 2011, 7:09 pm
Definitly the Daewoo K-11 because of the overbarrel air burst grenade launcher. It also sports a thermal scope and looks bad arse.
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| January 25, 2011, 11:22 am
Quoting ODST .
Definitly the Daewoo K-11 because of the overbarrel air burst grenade launcher. It also sports a thermal scope and looks bad arse.

agreed.
It's has full auto AND grenade launching system.
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| January 29, 2011, 9:49 pm
I kinda say hmmmm....
Aha! no need to think!
Jack streats AK47!!!!!
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| January 29, 2011, 9:52 pm
I kinda say hmmmm....
Aha! no need to think!
Jack streats AK47!!!!!
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| January 29, 2011, 9:53 pm
H&K G11 protoype, three firing modes, variable sights, HUGE clip, and the fact I have shot one before. It. Was, Freaking. COOL!
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| February 5, 2011, 8:35 pm
Clip is almost the same thing as a mag, both are fed by a spring. And i shot a G11 at a shooting range down the street from my house. Its not very bulky, pretty slim and it has no kick at all. It has good iron sights too, but we had a lay-low ACOG. Crosshairs are red and it has a range finder in it. One of the best guns i have ever shot.
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| February 6, 2011, 8:46 pm
Quoting Admiral Sarveckk
Clip is almost the same thing as a mag, both are fed by a spring.

Clips: http://www.pistoleer.com/hks/revolver/
http://dpharms.com/m1garandclips-pi-625.html

Magazines: http://sgcusa.com/AR-15-Components-Magazines/c4_55/p2992/Beta-C-Mag-M16-Kit-Black-(MCMP06)/product_info.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STANAG_magazine

Don't you just love Google?
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| February 7, 2011, 7:51 pm
I'll say again, they are basically the same thing. But nvm that. I've also shot Barret's, M95's, Ak47's, M4A1's, M16's. I do A lot of shooting m friend
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| February 8, 2011, 11:29 am
Quoting Andrei Rozhin
AN94.

Very reliable, basically a more accurate and lower recoil AK-47.
It's actually that what you said, but it fires the 5.45x39mm cartridge, which is the AK-74's round.

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| February 8, 2011, 12:08 pm
Quoting Admiral Sarveckk
I'll say again, they are basically the same thing.
Simple reminder why they are not the same.

When working with magazine fed guns. You can put each round 1 by 1. Or you can use a stripper clip, which holds rounds. So you can fill your magazines easily.

Clips do not have a spring and the bullets are clearly visible.

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| February 8, 2011, 12:13 pm
Yeah oh well. Its a great gun. 'Nuff said. But yet again so is G36C. That gun is pretty nice too.
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| February 8, 2011, 2:26 pm
Quoting cody mayo
Any combat rifle from the first shoulder cannon to any modern day combat rifle if u can prove it was in combat than it's good and also give reasons why it's the best please.

m4 carbine.oh yesssss!it has 3 firing modes can use different bullets and its pure awsome
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| February 8, 2011, 7:17 pm
The AA-12 is also a good rifle. Its gas fed, 36 round drum mag, very versatile, and can be mounted onto a small war machine.
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| February 8, 2011, 7:25 pm
i like the m16
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| February 8, 2011, 7:28 pm
Quoting Admiral Sarveckk
The AA-12 is also a good rifle. Its gas fed, 36 round drum mag, very versatile, and can be mounted onto a small war machine.

Wait, what? First, the AA-12 is a shotgun. Second, there is no 36 round drum magazine. There are 8 round box, and 20 and 32 round drum magazines. I guess it could used as a rifle with a sound suppressor and firing deer slugs, but other wise, probably not. Actually, can the AA-12 fire slugs and standard 12-gauge shot without modification, or is it just FRAG-12?
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| February 8, 2011, 8:50 pm
Quoting Rtas 'Vadum
Wait, what? First, the AA-12 is a shotgun. Second, there is no 36 round drum magazine. There are 8 round box, and 20 and 32 round drum magazines. I guess it could used as a rifle with a sound suppressor and firing deer slugs, but other wise, probably not. Actually, can the AA-12 fire slugs and standard 12-gauge shot without modification, or is it just FRAG-12?

Any shotgun can fire slugs without modification as long as the shell fits in the chamber it will work slug barrels improve range and accuracy
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| February 8, 2011, 9:08 pm
The standard AA12 drum holds 32 rounds. There are also a drum that allows for 200 rounds. It can fire all slugs, modified or not. So you people need to stop trying to prove everyone else wrong. I've shot all of the guns I mention, seems as though I would know more about it then you. The drum it uses is a gas fed drum, thus it is able to fire at a pretty fast rate
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| February 8, 2011, 9:17 pm
The standard AA12 drum holds 32 rounds. There are also a drum that allows for 200 rounds. It can fire all slugs, modified or not. So you people need to stop trying to prove everyone else wrong. I've shot all of the guns I mention, seems as though I would know more about it then you. The drum it uses is a gas fed drum, thus it is able to fire at a pretty fast rate
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| February 8, 2011, 9:18 pm
Quoting Admiral Sarveckk
The standard AA12 drum holds 32 rounds. There are also a drum that allows for 200 rounds. It can fire all slugs, modified or not. So you people need to stop trying to prove everyone else wrong. I've shot all of the guns I mention, seems as though I would know more about it then you. The drum it uses is a gas fed drum, thus it is able to fire at a pretty fast rate

What are u talking about the AA-12 shotgun which is what it is known as the auto assult 12 it doesn't have a gas fed mag. And a 200 round mag that is immposible for a non belt fed firearm with 12 gauge that would weigh about 40 pounds and the magazine wouldn't fed properly. And were would you fire one it is a fully automatic weapon that looks menacing so highly unprobable that it was fired at a local gun range. Don't say you know more than me about firearms that you clearly know nothing about, I've been studying firearms since I could read and have read or own any book I could find about them I also own about 15 of them and am an avid hunter.
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| February 9, 2011, 12:19 am
Fn FAL.
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| February 9, 2011, 2:57 am
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Quoting Max S.
IF you think you know more about guns then explain me why the DI system on the M4 generates a softer recoil than a short traveling piston driven one.
Also I want to know from you why a hollow point bullet on a .25 ACP caliber round is not effective.
Knowing the answer to a few specific questions doesn't accurately demonstrate a higher knowledge on guns. There will always be question that one person can answer that the rest can't. There are plenty of people who may know more about (for example) landmines or guns you've never heard of and can't answer your questions. Besides, this is not what the original thread was about. Stay on track people!
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| February 9, 2011, 1:11 pm
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You want to know the general consensus on what is agreed to be true for the AA-12? Go to Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atchisson_Assault_Shotgun

No mention of a 200 round drum mag, for example, but it can still exist no matter how unlikely.
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| February 9, 2011, 1:14 pm
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If weight isn't a factor in this debate then the M-14 would still be one of the best. I can't see a better gun for distance than that, and even in close quarters the full auto feature would come in handy. Plus, although the .223 M4 is still effective I would rather have a 7.62 at my disposal just in case a terrorist hides behind a wall or something. By the way some of the new AA-12 rounds are very effective and someday might even hone in on an enemy. Pybrick might be onto something here....
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| February 9, 2011, 2:03 pm
Quoting Weston Wedeward
If weight isn't a factor in this debate then the M-14 would still be one of the best. I can't see a better gun for distance than that, and even in close quarters the full auto feature would come in handy. Plus, although the .223 M4 is still effective I would rather have a 7.62 at my disposal just in case a terrorist hides behind a wall or something. By the way some of the new AA-12 rounds are very effective and someday might even hone in on an enemy. Pybrick might be onto something here....

In my opinion, the only things the M14 has over the Garand are using a more universal/modern round, full-auto fire mode, and the potential for whatever sized magazines you want. Otherwise, it's an updated Garand fed from a detachable box magazine that cost twelve years and millions of dollars to make (and only won against the FAL, or T44 as it was labeled, because of rigged tests and competitions). Also, being the first standard issue semi-auto battle rifle in the world is a bonus for the Garand. So I would have to say either the Garand or the FAL as the best rifle.
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| February 9, 2011, 4:46 pm
Okay everyone stop talking about how much they now about firearms or stuff like that I said it to tell the other guy that just because he shoots weapons that dont make sense doesn't make him a super genius on it

Let's stay on track and answer the question please
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| February 10, 2011, 11:20 am
Quoting PyBrick Replicas
You want to know the general consensus on what is agreed to be true for the AA-12? Go to Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atchisson_Assault_Shotgun

No mention of a 200 round drum mag, for example, but it can still exist no matter how unlikely.


Wikipedia? Really?
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| February 10, 2011, 6:57 pm
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Quoting Admiral Sarveckk Wikipedia? Really?
yes, hence why I said "the general consensus on what is agreed to be true". It's better than getting info from even less credible sources.
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| February 10, 2011, 10:46 pm
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