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PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2007 10:27 pm 
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from what ive heard the 4.6 isnt that bad....

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The AK family is definately my all time favorite.

I like the MP5, it's one of the coolest looking guns out there.

And a whole bunch of pistols, too many to name. Even though I'm a lousy shot with pistols :wink: .


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The MP7 isn't much bigger than a pistol and it has a scope.


Also, as D_LaMz pointed out 4.6mm fails as a pistol round.


Aren't they still developing the Hk P46 (or Hk UCP) to work in duo with the MP7? Akin to the P90 and Five-seveN. Can't seem to find anything new on that project.


Somebody should tell HK that the 4.6 fails as a high velocity, armor piercing round before they finish... :P

Just trying to get some info out of you guys, I can't seem to find anything new about it.



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The Heckler & Koch Files!!!!


[Board meeting in Oberndorf, Germany]
H&K Engineer 1: Hey, guys, I was just thinking about a new weapon system that could make us millions!
H&K Engineer 2 [lighting a cigarette with a €500 bill]: Do tell! Do tell!
H&K Engineer 1: Ok, we make an intermediate cartridge between rifle and pistol calibers, and market it in a brand new PDW! NATO might even pick it up (editors note: fuck no, they won't). Then, we can take our new caliber and use it in a pistol too!
H&K Engineer 2: But... didn't FN do something like that?
H&K Executive: Huh? No. We're H&K. Everything we do is innovative and original. It says so in our corporate literature, therefore it must be true!
H&K Engineer 1: Hmm. Ja. Makes sense. Besides, we can always make our version sub-par and rehash old design ideas from previous projects. Hey, I have an idea! Let's make the caliber .1 mm less than the caliber used in the later-stage G11 prototypes! I mean, why try and put an effort into this?
H&K Executive: Brilliant! We'll get on it right away.


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somone dosent like h & k

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Colt .45 Killer wrote:
somone dosent like h & k


I don't care for any gun company that doesn't give a shit about 2nd amendment rights. Another reason I will never forgive Bill Ruger for his treachery and evils against his fellow gun owners.


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somone dosent like h & k


I don't care for any gun company that doesn't give a shit about 2nd amendment rights. Another reason I will never forgive Bill Ruger for his treachery and evils against his fellow gun owners.


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Lol. you want a tank aswell?

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g36 series, p90, mp7, tavor tar-21, m416, scar, AS50, m32, mm-1, xm307, m8, m249, m134(orgasim in a gun), mp5k (doesnt matter if you put pdw its still just a mp5k), ump, jackhammer, g11, i think i will stop now i could go on longer but i won't


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Krazbaz wrote:
Lol. you want a tank aswell?

actually, if a tank is availble in stock, id like one. preferably post cold war,
or if u have an apc hanging around ill take that, just not the Soviet one


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Krazbaz wrote:
Lol. you want a tank aswell?


It's actually legal to drive a tracked armored vehicle in the U.K., given a certain weight and license application.

http://www.tanksforsale.co.uk/Tanks_Tru ... r_sale.htm

Surplus vehicles like APCs/Tanks are actually in very high demand in the civilian market. Museums, collectors, enthusiasts, reenactors; many are buying them.


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Lol. you want a tank aswell?


It's actually legal to drive a tracked armored vehicle in the U.K., given a certain weight and license application.

http://www.tanksforsale.co.uk/Tanks_Tru ... r_sale.htm

Surplus vehicles like APCs/Tanks are actually in very high demand in the civilian market. Museums, collectors, enthusiasts, reenactors; many are buying them.
You can get tanks and such here in the US too. Not as big here as in the UK I believe. I want that Mig 21.

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You can get tanks and such here in the US too. Not as big here as in the UK I believe. I want that Mig 21.


Yes, but they have to be de-miled. Plus, you can't drive them on any public roads or infrastructure.


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You can get tanks and such here in the US too. Not as big here as in the UK I believe. I want that Mig 21.


Yes, but they have to be de-miled. Plus, you can't drive them on any public roads or infrastructure.
Do you mean the weapons on them and what fun can you have not driving off road in a tank? Many people with tanks here like to fire blanks out of them and even mount machine guns in them.

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he said you can't drive them on roads and that is right they would crack roads

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he said you can't drive them on roads and that is right they would crack roads
Depends on the road really. Most won't crack it unless it's like a Maus in weight.

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he said you can't drive them on roads and that is right they would crack roads
Depends on the road really. Most won't crack it unless it's like a Maus in weight.


No, you can't drive them on roads. It is against the law, it is not a street legal vehicle.

And, yes, something more than 8 tons is going to damage the roads.


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he said you can't drive them on roads and that is right they would crack roads
Depends on the road really. Most won't crack it unless it's like a Maus in weight.


No, you can't drive them on roads. It is against the law, it is not a street legal vehicle.

And, yes, something more than 8 tons is going to damage the roads.
I never said it wasn't against the law to but I've seen apcs and tanks drive roads and not damage them.

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he said you can't drive them on roads and that is right they would crack roads
Depends on the road really. Most won't crack it unless it's like a Maus in weight.


No, you can't drive them on roads. It is against the law, it is not a street legal vehicle.

And, yes, something more than 8 tons is going to damage the roads.
I never said it wasn't against the law to but I've seen apcs and tanks drive roads and not damage them.


Thats because those roads were made out of solid cheese --_--

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Bigdaddy wrote:
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he said you can't drive them on roads and that is right they would crack roads
Depends on the road really. Most won't crack it unless it's like a Maus in weight.


No, you can't drive them on roads. It is against the law, it is not a street legal vehicle.

And, yes, something more than 8 tons is going to damage the roads.
I never said it wasn't against the law to but I've seen apcs and tanks drive roads and not damage them.


Thats because those roads were made out of solid cheese --_--
They didn't taste like cheese. :(

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AeroCmdr wrote:
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he said you can't drive them on roads and that is right they would crack roads
Depends on the road really. Most won't crack it unless it's like a Maus in weight.


No, you can't drive them on roads. It is against the law, it is not a street legal vehicle.

And, yes, something more than 8 tons is going to damage the roads.
I never said it wasn't against the law to but I've seen apcs and tanks drive roads and not damage them.


Thats because those roads were made out of solid cheese --_--
They didn't taste like cheese. :(


Then you didnt taste the right roads.

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