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Fanatic    0

I thought this would be a good idea, to make your character seem more knowledgeable. And I would like to know what you guys refer to them as, as well! Repeated names apply to both/ multiple firearms. tell me if I missed any names! Those not included are those I don't personally know any additional names for.

PISTOLS

Amphibia S- Ruger , twenty-two pistol, Mark-two, Amphibian

Makarov IJ70- Mak, PM, Baikal

p1- P38, Walther

Red 9- Mauser, Mauser C96, C96, Broomhandle, "Besenstiel"

CRZ75- CZ, CZ75, SP-01 (because that is the variant of the CZ the IG version is based off of)

Glock 19- Glock, G-19 

Derringer- Dillinger, Hooker/prostitute gun

1911- Colt, Colt forty-five , forty-five, Four-Five

FNX45- FN, FNX, Forty-Five, Four-Five

Magnum- Three-Fifty-Seven, Six-Shooter, Revolver, Colt, Colt Python

Longhorn- Thompson, Contender, Thompson Contender, Break action, Break Action pistol

Flaregun- Emergency Pistol, Flare Pistol

RIFLES

Sporter .22- Ruger, Ten-Twenty-Two, Ruger Ten-Twenty-Two

Trumpet- Trombone, Browning, FN, Takedown Twenty-Two, Twenty-Two pump

Repeater- Winchester, Lever-action, Cowboy Gun, Three-Fifty-Seven

AK74- AK47 (All AK's would likely be referred to by one with little knowledge as this), Kalash, Kalashnikov

AKS-74U- AK47, AK74U, Kalash, Kalashnikov

AK101- AK47, AK, One-Oh-One, Kalash, Kalashnikov

M4A1- M4, AR15, AR, M16 (for those with little knowledge)

Steyr AUG Automatic Rifle- AUG, Steyr , Austeyr, F88 (For the Aussies out there) STG77, STG (for the other type of Aussies!)

AKM- AK47, AK, Kalash, Kalashnikov

CR527 Carbine-  Fox, Brno Fox, brush gun, CZ, CZ 527

IZH-18- Baikal, Break Action

Sawed off IZH-18Baikal, Break Action, Sawn-off, Sawn-off Baikal, Sawn-off Break Action

B95- Blaze, Over-under, Double rifle

FN FAL- F-A-L, Fal, FN, Right Arm of the Free World, STG58, STG, SLR, R1, L1A1

Winchester Model 70- Winchester, Hunting Rifle, "The Rifleman's Rifle", Model 70

Mosin 9130- Mosin, Mosin Nagant, Moist Nugget, Nugget

Sawed Off Mosin 9130- Obrez, Mosin, Mosin Nagant, Nugget, Moist Nugget

SVD- Dragunov

VSS Vintorez- VSS, Vintorez,

Submachineguns

[align=left]CZ61 Skorpion-Skorpion, CZ, VZ-61

[align=left]PM73 RAK- Commando SMG, MP-63

[align=left]MP5K-MP5, H&K,

[align=left]UMP45- UMP, Forty-Five, Four-Five

SHOTGUNS

[align=left]IZH-43- Baikal, CHEEKI BREEKI, Side-by-Side, Double, Barrel

[align=left]Sawed Off IZH-43- Baikal, Sawn Off, CHEEKI BREEKI, Boomstick

[align=left]MP-133 Shotgun- Baikal, Shottie, Pum-action

[align=left]MP-133 Shotgun with Pistol Grip- Baikal, Shottie, Shorty

[align=left]Explosive Grenade- M67, Frag Grenade, Frag

[align=left]Flashbang- Flash, m84

[align=left]RGD-5- RGD, Frag Grenade, Frag

[align=left]Land Mine- PMN-2

[align=left]Tell me if I missed any!

Parentheticals

[align=left].223= the civilian variant of 5.56mm. Not the same; .223 often has a heavier bullet and a lighter load, and there is slight differences in the size of the cartridge. Generally speaking, I use "Two-two-three" as a catchall for both. Or use them interchangeably.

[align=left]7.62x51mm= .308. So, if someone says "seven-six-two" they are likely referring to .308 ("Three-oh-eight"), and if they say "Seven-six-two by thirty-nine" They are likely referring to 7.62x39. As for 7.62x54R? I had always thought R stood for Russian, even though I was wrong. So one could make such a mistake.

[align=left]ALSO

[align=left]93x186http://image.prntscr.com/image/37a5473dedda4fd9a5b3abd5d3c6fa70.png[/img]

[align=left]THIS is a magazine

[align=left]207x154http://image.prntscr.com/image/c985027ae96f4cc3a9605c5ff4230e2b.png[/img]

[align=left]THESE are clips.

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Castiel    1124

Very interesting guide, I like it.

I see those cheeki breekis.

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Gatorr    0

Good idea but the AKM and AK47 are actually different but i guess not a lot of people know that

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Poppy    378

For my charachter.

I know that what I have is a Glock.

Other wise: Pistols - Pistols.

Rifles - Big pistols.

I likethe guide however, maybe this will help with people not knowing the exact in game names for all the weapons.

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DerSchnitzler    359

Lovely guide! I allways use something along the lines of "Uhm.. this.. wierd looking pistol with that clip there" when I'm talking about the Red 9 for example. Now I can call some more guns not by their actual name (Because honestly, I'm allredy geting sick of people litterally saying the weapon's name straight from their inventory)

Also, it's quite common for older people (at least here in Ausria) to call the AUG STG77 or the FAL STG58 because those were the names of both of these guns when they were first intorduced to the Austrian military

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Davos    5

I like to call it my gun, and then I refer to it in the most generic fashion I possibly can with pistol, shotgun, rifle, and whatever melee weapon it is so axe, shovel, pick, ect; but then again I dont play characters highly knowledgeable about guns.

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Ramon    360

Nice guide. Funny to see some other names for the guns. ;)

Red 9 - Broomhandle ... Wauw haha

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LightGhillie    91

Looks really good! This would also help people who are playing teenagers (Like me) who are trying to find out what to nickname a gun so it would be more realistic for my character. Like my character wouldnt say "Makarov IJ70" Thanks for this guide! :)

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Deegan    162

This guide was very helpful, thank you. :)

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Will be interesting to who can catch on in-game, i like this man! good job! :D

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Dishes    159

These are very interesting, I like these! Great job ^-^

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Raptor    184

This guide is great. I always cringe when someone says "Red Nine" or "Longhorn" IC. Especially since they're not the actual names of the weapons.

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Hodgie    0

Interesting.

The derringer definitely needs "Prostitute Pistol" added.

My guys and I call it a "Hooker Pistol" lol same concept though

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Vorobye    34

Good idea but the AKM and AK47 are actually different but i guess not a lot of people know that

This pisses me off beyond reason, which why I stopped spreading the word since nobody else seems to care.

For the FAL, you could add SLR and/or R1 (for the South Africans among us)

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Fanatic    0

Good idea but the AKM and AK47 are actually different but i guess not a lot of people know that

This pisses me off beyond reason, which why I stopped spreading the word since nobody else seems to care.

For the FAL, you could add SLR and/or R1 (for the South Africans among us)

We've all been complete gun noobs at one time or another. I remember telling some dude who had a toy (This was in middle school) That his toy had an AK74 and not an AK47 because of the handguard :y

And also, the brits! That was their service rifle, for a time.  Cos America insisted on .308. for the standard round of NATO. Then Vietnam happened.


Good idea but the AKM and AK47 are actually different but i guess not a lot of people know that

This pisses me off beyond reason, which why I stopped spreading the word since nobody else seems to care.

For the FAL, you could add SLR and/or R1 (for the South Africans among us)

We've all been complete gun noobs at one time or another. I remember telling some dude who had a toy (This was in middle school) That his toy had an AK74 and not an AK47 because of the handguard :y

And also, the brits! That was their service rifle, for a time.  Cos America insisted on .308. for the standard round of NATO. Then Vietnam happened.

Ohp! I forgot it's the L1A1 SLR.

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Fanatic    0

Added some Parentheticals.

Now you guys know what the difference between a magazine and a clip is.

Go forth and spread your knowledge, enlightened children

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