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4 definitions by Lancet Moonshadow

 
1.
USP
A handgun chambered for .45 ACP, .40 S&W, and 9mm rounds produced by the Heckler and Koch arms company. It has many variants, including the USP Tactical, Expert, Compact, and the Mk. 23 SOCOM pistol developed for the U.S Military. The USP is a very reliable, functional, and hard hitting pistol that is used by many police, counter terror, and military units worldwide.
Billy prefers to use the USP to the Glock 17
by Lancet Moonshadow January 31, 2005
 
2.
Precision rifle made by the Heckler and Koch arms company. Based off of the famous G3 design, this rifle is accurate, powerful, and reliable. However, it is loud and heavy, and earlier models are unable to have their scopes switched. This rifle is still good, and is the standard for semiauto sniper rifles. It is actually made with counter terror and police use in mind, so it is not a good military rifle.
The PSG-1 is one of the best semi auto sniper rifles made for counter terror and police ops.
by Lancet Moonshadow January 31, 2005
 
3.
A crude yet rather effective firebomb consisting of a bottle containing flammable materials (i.e kerosene, gasoline, oil, or other flammable things) with an ignited rag at the top. Somewhat easy to make, and used sometimes by rioters, rebels, and folks who just plain want to burn things.
Jimmy made a Molotov cocktail and threw it at the Old Crowley Place.
by Lancet Moonshadow January 21, 2005
 
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Anime is essentially Japanese animation, but it is also a word the Japanese derived from French to just describe animation in general. It is very popular in the states, and it has a wide range of age groups that it targets, from young children to young adults. Anime and manga have various styles, some better than others. The fanbase is very large, and at times, very annoying, but it really is an interesting phenomena.
Japanese animation and comics are very interesting. However, that is not to say that some American animation and most American comics aren't.
by Lancet Moonshadow January 31, 2005