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Longest Recorded Sniper Kill


The current record is held by Briton Corporal of Horse (CoH) Craig Harrison, of the UK’s Household Cavalry, who recorded a 2,475 m (2,707 yd) shot (confirmed by GPS) in November 2009, also during the War in Afghanistan, in which he hit two Taliban insurgents consecutively.[6] CoH Harrison killed the two Taliban machine gunners with shots that took the 8.59 mm rounds almost five seconds to hit their targets, which were 914 metres (1,000 yd) beyond the L115A3 sniper rifle’s recommended range. A third shot took out the insurgents' machine gun. The rifle used was made by Accuracy International.


British Armed Forces AWM 338, designated L115A3



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I have to check man but yeah probably. Sorry if the stuff I share kuha lang sa net. My interest in guns stems mainly from playing a lot of FPS. I don't own an airsoft gun as well as there isn't a community or group locally as far as I know and some of the stuff is quite pricey too.

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Real Guns Used in Videogames


1. FAMAS (Metal Gear Solid)




The FAMAS (French: Fusil d'Assaut de la Manufacture d'Armes de Saint-Étienne, Assault Rifle by St-Étienne Arms Factory), is an assault rifle firing the 5.56 x 45mm NATO cartridge from a 25- or 30-round box magazine, depending on the version of the weapon. It is the standard-issue weapon for the French military and the Next-Generation Special Forces. Its distinctive shape has earned it the affectionate nickname Le Clairon ("Trumpet") among troops. It is of the bullpup configuration, meaning that the action and magazine are located behind the grip instead of in front of it. This means that the FAMAS can be of shorter overall length (comparable to a carbine) despite its 488mm barrel, allowing for a compact yet accurate firearm


Solid Snake with a FAMAS



A (possibly) real military dude using the FAMAS - "Tag vous êtes ce"



Airsoft Version - Tokyo Marui FAMAS SV





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Real Guns Used in Videogames

2. Desert Eagle (Counter-Strike, Soldier of Fortune, Call of Duty, Battlefield, etc.)



The IMI Desert Eagle is a semi-automatic handgun notable for chambering the largest centerfire cartridge of any magazine fed, self-loading pistol. It has a unique design with a triangular barrel and large muzzle. Magnum Research Inc. (MRI) is the most recent company to design and develop the Desert Eagle, having done so for more than 25 years. The design was refined and the actual pistols were manufactured by Israel Military Industries until 1995, when MRI shifted the manufacturing contract to Saco Defense in Saco, Maine. In 1998, MRI moved manufacturing back to IMI, which later reorganized under the name Israel Weapon Industries. Since 2009, the Desert Eagle Pistol has been produced in the United States at MRI's Pillager, MN facility.Kahr Arms acquired Magnum Research in the middle of 2010.[3] The Desert Eagle has been featured in roughly 500 motion pictures and TV films, along with several video games (especially the Resident Evil series, Counter-Strike series, Grand Theft Auto series, Tomb Raider series, Far Cry series, Left 4 Dead series, and Call Of Duty series), making it well known in popular culture.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare


Max Payne 3


Counter-Strike: Global Offensive


Airsoft Version - Tokyo Marui Desert Eagle.50AE Chrome Stainless



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Might as well get myself involve in this thread. First, I'm actually Pro-Life so my knowledge on real guns are quite limited. Heheh However, I'm a sucker when it comes to toy guns and one in particular are WATER GUNS! Sharing my wish list:


The most powerful stock water gun: Super Soaker CPS 2000 



The largest single-piece stock water gun: Super Soaker Monster XL



The largest and greatest capacity overall stock water gun: Super Soaker CPS 4100






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Real Guns Used in Videogames

3. KRISS Vector

As seen in: Alliance of Valiant Arms, Soldier of Fortune: Payback, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Far Cry 3 & 4, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Watch_Dogs, Battlefield Hardline


The Vector series are a family of weapons developed by KRISS USA (formerly known as TDI, Transformational Defense Industries). They use diverted recoil in the form of the "Kriss Super V" system.

There are four main variants marketed: the SMG is the military and LE version with a 5.5 inch barrel and select-fire, while the civilian semi-auto version of the SMG is called the SBR ("short barrel rifle," with "special operations" appended in older marketing). For states with SBR bans, the CRB ("carbine") version is available with a 11.5-inch permanent extension to the standard barrel oddly referred to as a "safety extension" in some literature. A "pistol" version with an end cap instead of a stock is also available, the SDP ("special duty pistol" or "security detail pistol").

A second-generation redesign called the K10 with alterations including a vertical charging handle, integral collapsible stock and replaceable magwell for switching between .45 ACP, .40 S&W and 9mm Parabellum was displayed at SHOT Show 2011, but has not been seen since 2013; in 2015, new "Gen II" versions of the original Vector models with redesigned pistol grips and safeties and compatibility with a new 9mm lower were announced, which appear to have replaced the K10. "Enhanced" versions are also available, but these simply add accessories which can be bought separately, an AR15-style stock adaptor (provided with a Magpul UBR collapsible stock) and an angular shroud for the barrel on the CRB version. Civilian Gen II versions (with the exception the CRB Enhanced, for some reason) are also available with factory Cerakote coatings in olive drab or flat dark earth, in addition to the original flat black.

Far Cry 3




Battlefield Hardline


Airsoft Version - KRISS Vector Full Size Airsoft GBB SMG by KWA



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Real Guns Used in Videogames

4. Benelli M Series Super 90 Shotguns

As seen in: Left 4 Dead, Battlefield 3, Max Payne 3, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege


The Benelli M Series Super 90 Shotguns are a series of 12 gauge Tactical shotguns based on the H&K recoil system, first introduced in the H&K Model 512 Auto Shotgun. The Super 90 refers to only the defense / tactical models, since Benelli does offer hunting, trap & field versions of some of the same shotguns. The only departure is the M4 which keeps the same exterior design but introduced a new proprietary gas operated system, the "Auto-regulating gas-operated (ARGO)" system.

Caliber: 12 gauge

Capacity: 4, 5, or 7 shells in underbarrel tube magazine

Fire Modes: Semiautomatic (Heckler & Koch Model 512, Benelli M1, Benelli M2, Benelli M4), Convertible Pump-Action/Semiautomatic (Benelli M3)

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - Benelli M4 Super 90


Max Payne 3 - Benelli M4 Super 90


Battlefield 3 - Benelli M1014


Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege - Benelli M1014


Airsoft Version - Tokyo Marui Super 90 Full Size Airsoft Pump Shot Gun




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