A series of numbers on the numpad that when typed while holding the ALT-key will produce a symbol not normally found on the keyboard.
Some examples of alt codes:
Alt+0215 = ×
Alt+0153 = ™
Alt+789 = §
Alt+0134 = †
There are many different types of radio receiving circuits:
-Crystal (see above)
-Tuned Radio Frequency (TRF)
Modern radios are superheterodyne. The superheterodyne circuit replaced the TRF and regenerative circuits by the 1930's, and crystal sets were nearly dead until solid state radio emerged.
The title of a magazine devoted to (you guessed it) guns and ammo.
The middle finger, often used in the phrase "giving the finger." This finger is used to make an offensive hand gesture when speech is inadequate.
That guy just gave me the finger!! *gun cocking*
An abbreviation for "Rate of Fire." This is used only over the internet when weaponry is the topic. Elsewhere, one would say "Rate of Fire"
The MG-42 machine gun has a much higher rof than the MG-34.
Having quality that makes
appear to be made by, thought of, etc. by a newb (look up newb or newbie). This word is used when someone asks a question with a seemingly obvious answer. Also when someone produces poor quality work, esp. in mapping or similar computer game activities.
Also spelled as "noobish"
"I have a newbish question..."
"That looks quite newbish..."
Short for "Karabiner," (the K98) a rifle made by mauser and used by the german army in the world wars. "Kar" is mostly used among
Day of Defeat
players when referring to that weapon.
I've been owned by the kar again!
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