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I name mine too:

 

CYMA CM.028U - Sabine

Ares L1A1 SLR - Agnes

HFC mini-shotty - Wilf

Palco USP - I've forgotten, possibly Dave

ICS AKS-74U - Phatima

SRC G36 custom KV - Jetta

A&K Dragunov SVD - Svetlana

HFC HG-106 - Hans

JG V61 Scorpion - don't remember if i did think of a name

Inokatsu/TM AK-47S - Tatiana

CYMA CM.048 - Morena

 

I'm overdue a full armoury pic... when I get back from my next trip.

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Silentassassin, that's a really good replica, one thing I noticed, which would make it spot on, is the front and rear sights on yours need to be swapped over :P

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I name mine too:

 

CYMA CM.028U - Sabine

Ares L1A1 SLR - Agnes

HFC mini-shotty - Wilf

Palco USP - I've forgotten, possibly Dave

ICS AKS-74U - Phatima

SRC G36 custom KV - Jetta

A&K Dragunov SVD - Svetlana

HFC HG-106 - Hans

JG V61 Scorpion - don't remember if i did think of a name

Inokatsu/TM AK-47S - Tatiana

CYMA CM.048 - Morena

 

I'm overdue a full armoury pic... when I get back from my next trip.

 

 

You're Scorpion should be called 'Sir Stingalot' ...

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whats KA? and that's a quite decent looking G36!!

 

 

...male names? weirdos.

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whats KA? and that's a quite decent looking G36!!

 

 

...male names? weirdos.

King Arms

 

and thanks, I like the G36 too, lovely range on her.

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Pistols are male in my mind - they sit around doing fuck all most of the time, unless the rules say it's them or nothing (which includes crappy spring shotties).

 

Totally didn't spot Silent's MBUS's being the wrong way round, Liam :lol: it's the kind of mistake I'd make - not because we don't know which way round they go, just because the main thing on the mind would have been taking the pics, not using the sights.

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Thanks for pointing that out liam they have been swapped now woops!

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My M4 is called Gun and my CQB M4 is called Gun.

Now that just shows a lack of imagination, Cap'n. Don't you know that you have to give your rifle a girl's name, cos that's the only pussy you're gonna get!?!

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I have given this some thought and am pretty sure my MP5 is called Michelle as M PFiver is similar to the actress so the M must stand for Michelle.

I feel my Sten deserves a name, just not sure what yet. Any suggestions?

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Perhaps Sophie, Sophie Marceau is the only female using a Mk2 Sten in IMFDB.com

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^^Good thinking.

 

How about this though... Julie. WTF?

 

Weeeeeeell... the name "Sten" comes from "S 10" Submachinegun 10

 

Samantha in the film 10, the only female S character, is played by... Julie Andrews :lol:

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^^Good thinking.

 

How about this though... Julie. WTF?

 

Weeeeeeell... the name "Sten" comes from "S 10" Submachinegun 10

 

Samantha in the film 10, the only female S character, is played by... Julie Andrews :lol:

STEN is an acronym, from the names of the weapon's chief designers, Major Reginald V. Shepherd and Harold Turpin, and EN for Enfield. Wasn't Bo Derek in 10? :D

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Hmmm... not what I heard, but hey ho.

 

Bo Derek yeah. TBH, I was never that impressed with her. Just way too obvious. There's a part of me that would have enjoyed far more tying Julie Andrews dressed as a fetish nun to an X for a fully perverted session... :ph34r: anyhoo, she was in it as well :lol:

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Now that just shows a lack of imagination, Cap'n. Don't you know that you have to give your rifle a girl's name, cos that's the only pussy you're gonna get!?!

 

OK 'Bang Bang' and 'Shooty'

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I named my gun sven. Its a weird story how he got the name really:

There was a gay guy in my year at school that was an all rounder creep, extreme low hygene, watched porn at school, and had a boyfriend from belgium he had never met. As you can guess his name was sven. A couple days after the story of this weird childs boyfriend getting around my school, i was skirmishing and noticed the scars trademarks stated "FN Herstal - Belgium". It was fate, she (now he) had to be named Sven.

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What about Maggie? High iron content and not suitable for Minors :D

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She looks like a Sophie.

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What the symbol out of interest? Something you can up with or what?

Look great by the way

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I like to take a page out of Warhammer 40,000 and Team fortress 2 for gun names,I've finally settled on ''Litany of Litany's Litany'' for my rifle instead of the cringy shit I've considered before. Pistol still remains Whore's breath or The Pot Metal Pulverizer

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I call my m4, m4.

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What the symbol out of interest? Something you can up with or what?

Look great by the way

 

It's all related to the symbols and graphics used to display hazard warnings related to explosives. Generally seen on storage containers/buildings and trucks transporting any type of explosive materials be it civilian stuff all the way through small arms ammunition up to aircraft bombs and plastics. It's all very inter-linked with the air force armament trade, we tend to get lots of custom apparel, coins, cufflinks etc done up using the same basic symbolism.

 

Within the military it'll generally be labels like these all over everything we work with or on:

 

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I picked 1.1 for the engravings because that's the most dangerous stuff with the most cool factor. Stuff like P7, 500-2000lb bombs, air-to-air missiles, claymores etc would fall under the 1.1 category. The larger numbers represent lesser hazards, so 1.3 for example is just a fire hazard rather than all out explosion, things like smoke grenades and large flares.

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