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The WWII gun sounds greatest hits CD.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Combat-wombat, Dec 18, 2003.

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  1. Combat-wombat

    Combat-wombat Member

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    A few minutes ago, fellow forum member winstonsmith and I were chatting on instant messenger. Somehow, he typed in the 'ol Garand routine (BAM BAM BAM BAM BAM BAM BAM BAM-PING) so we made up this idea, Greatest gun sounds of WWII. Please add as many WWII era guns you can.

    BOOM! click-click, BOOM! click-click, BOOM! click-click, BOOM! click-click, BOOM! click.
    "Mauser 98"



    You know someone's a true gun nut when they come up with something like this.:D
     
  2. winstonsmith

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    Gun nerds, I tell ya!

    sliiiide... patpat... popFWOOOOSH... BOOOOOOM!!!

    Bazooka
     
  3. jamz

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    bRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
    RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
    RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
    RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR


    MG-42. :)


    eh, what do I know. Most of my WWII sound experience comes from video games. :)
     
  4. winstonsmith

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    slide.. rattlerattle... ratchet-ratchet. BRRRRRR...BRRRRRBRRRR... BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.... BRRR.....BRRRRRRR


    m1919 browning machine gun!
     
  5. Stickjockey

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    BUDDABUDDABUDDA...

    M-3 "Greasegun"
     
  6. Double Maduro

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    wopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwopwop

    wopwopwop wopwopwop wopwopwop

    BAR
     
  7. CZ-100

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    Correction:

    BOOM! click-click-click-click, BOOM! click-click-click-click, BOOM! click-click-click-click, BOOM! click-click-click-click, BOOM! click.

    There are 4 clicks.

    Bolt up, bolt back, bolt forward, bolt down. :D
     
  8. winstonsmith

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    sliiide click-thok! POP! POPOPOP! POPOP! POPPOP!

    Luger
     
  9. armoredman

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    KA BOOOOOOOOM!!!! 16" rifles....
     
  10. cdbeaver

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    R-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-p

    Chinese burp gun (circa 1952)
     
  11. 45R

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    Bam Bam Bam....eeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrwwwwwwwwwwwwww BOOOOM

    Sounds of 1911 Vs. Japanese Zero





    :)
     
  12. axeman_g

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    one of my faves

    schnick ..chick ..BOOM ..schnick ... chick ..BOOM

    Win 1912 Trench Gun
     
  13. Combat-wombat

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    I know, I was kind of making the "bolt up, bolt back" sounds into one smooth "click".:)
     
  14. BowStreetRunner

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    ::::BOOM!!!::::

    :::running footsteps:::::

    Liberator Pistol


    BSR
     
  15. Sunray

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    "...BUDDABUDDABUDDA..." That'd be a Thompson. Did you never read and Sgt Rock?
    BLAM, BLAM, BLAM. Garand.
    BRRRRAAAAPPPP!!!!! MP-40.
    CRACK!!!! K-98.
    KA-POW!!! M-1 Carbine. Sometimes a luger.
    KER-BLAAAAMMMM!!! Tank gun.
    And I thought you guys were educated. Degrees in Comicology and everything.
     
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    Sunray, I was thinking the same thing, but all my Sgt. Rocks are at home in the garage so I couldn't check for sure.

    At the end of each issue, there was a story "The Men of Easy Co." or something like that. There was one that was told from the point of view of Rock's Thompson. Very Cool.

    Jason
     
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    KABOOM! cha-ching-click-clack - Mosin Nagant
     
  18. 45 Long Slide

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    Sgt Rock is correct for most ww2 sounds...

    Just wondered why when he rushed the tiger tanks and threw a grenade down the top hatch the turret ALWAYS blew off the base of the tank.

    Guess Rock was using some potent C4...hahahaha
     
  19. Stickjockey

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    Could'a swore that was the greasegun...anybody got some Sgt Rock I could borrow? It's been too long...
     
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    Rifle sound: M-1 Garand (especially the p*i*n*g!)

    Machine gun: German MG 42 (have you heard it in the CD game "Call of Duty")?
     
  21. Ian

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    tick tick tick tick....FOOM!

    1860 Army revolver
     
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