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  15:42:22  2 December 2003
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Kasto
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On forum: 10/11/2003
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Yeah, well they started ripping off your idea about 6 years ago.

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lol
  18:20:08  2 December 2003
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Jinx Dragon
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On forum: 03/01/2003
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If I remember right, the reason such weapons where not very populer was becouse htey where designed to fire around corners, aka NOT STRAIGHT. It would be hell to aim at someone and the only use would be suppressive fire as you wouldn't be able to see... the MP40 and tommy (think it had one to, for anti-tank use) are light enough you can hold the gun around the corner and fire anyway.

The most it was used for was shooting tank teams through the little slots as they cowered in place barrels couldn't normaly point becouse it was a inch wide slit and you couldn't angle it to shoot in some areas.
  14:24:16  6 December 2003
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On forum: 07/23/2003
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If I remember right, the reason such weapons where not very populer was becouse htey where designed to fire around corners, aka NOT STRAIGHT. It would be hell to aim at someone and the only use would be suppressive fire as you wouldn't be able to see... the MP40 and tommy (think it had one to, for anti-tank use) are light enough you can hold the gun around the corner and fire anyway.

The most it was used for was shooting tank teams through the little slots as they cowered in place barrels couldn't normaly point becouse it was a inch wide slit and you couldn't angle it to shoot in some areas.
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They had mirrors and angles optics so they could shoot around corners and still be accurate.
  21:02:17  6 December 2003
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serp
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On forum: 02/27/2003
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i think he meant more of having to shoot someone while pointing the gun not at him, its kinda awkward.
  21:47:13  6 December 2003
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Resident Nobody
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On forum: 07/23/2003
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i think he meant more of having to shoot someone while pointing the gun not at him, its kinda awkward.
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Ohh, yeah that would be odd.
  10:25:19  8 December 2003
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Jinx Dragon
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Yep thats what I ment, aiming at someone you can see with a twisted barrel wouldn't be good.
  18:49:58  8 December 2003
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Doc Jones
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On forum: 10/09/2003
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Yep thats what I ment, aiming at someone you can see with a twisted barrel wouldn't be good.
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Are you nuts?
Why do you think bendy-staws were invented?
Bendy barrels would be sweet and would probably turn the tide of a war.

*If that war was against the rainbow nation*
Not going to explain,ask your mom.
  19:40:15  9 December 2003
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horizor
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On forum: 11/22/2003
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how about just being able to fire blindly over/around cover? Might be nice to just keep people away.
  21:57:49  9 December 2003
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Doc Jones
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On forum: 10/09/2003
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Doesn't work like it does in the movies.
I'd rather change my location/cover if I see a gun and no head poking around a corner rather then when there is not.
It's the perfect time to move, if you get hit by a bullet it's because God doesn't like you.
They are blasting away making noise meanwhile you've covered some ground and they don't know where you went.
  06:32:42  10 December 2003
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Resident Nobody
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On forum: 07/23/2003
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how about just being able to fire blindly over/around cover? Might be nice to just keep people away.
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It would be hell to aim at someone and the only use would be suppressive fire as you wouldn't be able to see...
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You arent blind, nor do you ever fire a weapon blindly in war time (or anytime), you are more likely to hit your own people.
 
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