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Fun game - Count the inaccuracies in this article!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Mulliga, Sep 23, 2005.

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  1. Mulliga

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    The earth-shattering power of the .357!

     
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    Missed one :p
     
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    I'm trying to picture a 45 APC. Does it have a "type R" sticker on it? Japanese writing? Underbullet neons? Is the case made out of carbon fiber for lighter weight? Does it have an entire isle of clown-gun looking accesories at chain stores?

    Most importantly, if it misses what you aim at, is it because it was setup for IDPA instead of defense?
     
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    Computer games NEVER have accurate portrayal of weaponry. If you think this is bad, just imagine how many kids get their gun education from Half-Life or Counterstrike.

    The game does look interesting. The graphics are just amazing for a console gaming system. That XBox 360 looks quite interesting.
     
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    Referring to a 1911: "It features a 8 round clip, so with a round chambered it has an nine (sic) round capacity."

    Stun Gun: "The most common use of this weapon is to stun your enemies and then casually stroll up to them and cave their head in with a lead pipe." :D

    I'm sure one could shatter clods of earth with a .357--I usually do it with a .22, though.

    Sub Machinegun .45 APC (sic):"The sub machinegun boasts a 20 round clip and a sizzling rate of fire. Mow down enemies with fiendish delight and watch their bodies contort with ragdoll physics as you riddle them with bullets." :uhoh: :scrutiny:

    "The .308... emerged as a (sic) the wave of the future for assault rifle rounds." I thought that was 7.92x33, the StG.44 cartridge. :confused:

    Looks like they never proof-read. Or took an English Comp class. Or have ever seen an actual firearm.

    Whatever. :banghead:
     
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    Remington 788,

    What caught your eye; the misuse of "ostensibly," or the comparison of the two cartridges?
     
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    that 45 smg sounds like the one they put into Counterstrike replacing the MP5......I'm still trying to figure out how they came up with it......
     
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