An assault rifle made by Fabrique National de Herstal (FN Herstal)in two models; The FN SCAR-L, made to fire the 5.56x45mm NATO round, and the FN SCAR-H made to fire the 7.62x51mm NATO round. It was made to fill requirements of US Special Operations Command(SOCOM)and was purcased in 2004
FN SCAR... I have no idea for an example
The capital city of Manitoba, Canada. Also known as "Winterpeg" because you can build a snowman by late October and it will last to early April. Gets deadly cold in the winter and bakin' hot in the summer. The four seasons are, Winter, Spring, Summer/Road Construction, and Fall. Was home of the Winnipeg Jets, but they got sold off to Pheonix (I think). Huge hockey/football town. Has 3 major teams, Hockey: Manitoba Moose, Football: Blue Bombers, Baseball: Goldeyes. Also has one shitty neighbourhood called the north end, plenty of Natives, drunks and gangs to mug and kill you there.
I should know because I live in the godforsaken place.
Burkus: FUCK MY BALLS ARE FROZEN!!!
Drunk Native Gangster: Yo B gimmi yo fuckin wallet!
Burkus: FUCK YOU, FUCK THE COLD, FUCK WINNIPEG!!!
The U.S. Armys standard carbine, fires 5.56mm NATO round, shares 75-80% of the parts used in the M-16. For some reason ten year olds think they are qualifyed to operate and clean one because they use it in video games, and they read the wikipedia page on it.
If you look at most stock footage of the war on terror it will have an M4 in view.
A tactic in video games (primarily the RTS
genre) of sending weak, cheap units at an enemy base en-masse in order to achieve victory. This method is used best near the beginning of the match.
Originally started on the RTS game Starcraft
due to the inexpensive Zergling unit being used in the manner described above.
Player: ZOMG Zerg Rush!!!
The U.S. Military's standard issue assault rife, fires 5.56x45mm ammo. Developed to replace the M-14 Rifle that fired larger heavyer 7.62x51mm round. The original M-16 was first issued in Vietnam in 1965 and was prone to jamming because of the gunpowder used in the bullets, the fact that no cleaning kits were issued at first, also the soldiers using them were told it was so "space age" that it didn't need to be cleaned. It was also the first assault rifle issued en-masse to use plastic/fiberglass parts.
Soldier 1: OH SHIT VC'S ALL AROUND US!
Soldier 2: HOLD THEM OFF!
Soldier 1: WITH WHAT?!
Soldier 2: USE YOUR M-16!
Soldier 1: OH FUCK, ITS JAMMED!!!
A Russian assault rifle first produced in 1974, hence the name AK-74. Basically a refined AK-47
made to fire the 5.45x39mm, an obviouis nod to the NATO 5.56x45 round. Has one variant, the AK-74u
The Russian military used the AK-74, I woulden't be surprised if they still have a few circulating around the army.
. A phone that makes you feel like Jesus
. In fact Jesus probably has one himself.
Rick: HOLY SHIT I GOT A JESUS PHONE!!!