A rare look into my equipment collection

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by The Silencer, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. I currently have quite a large collection of equipment, but what I am most proud of is my weapon collection. Occasionally, mid-mission, I come across various weapons I do not have, and my employers allow me to keep these collected items. I will provide pictures of some of the items I have bought or acquired.

    Sig Sauer P226
  2. You know what is so funny Sandy?

    That when you had your Don Vil Dumbass account you bashed Americans for out personal freedoms including firearms. Now you go around pretending to be something you are not and glorifying firearms you don't know anything about.
  3. i understand what a weapons collection is, now what do you mean by equipment.

    i collect diecast cars, have some nice knives, and a good rifle
  4. By “equipment” he means the 12 inch dildo his mom uses to f*ck his ass with every night.
  5. if this is the real name of it, the UMP 45 is a nice gun. But I prefer those with cameras used by soldier to peek around a corner.
  6. m4a1, similar to one I have, less the optics.
  7. i see you were born in 1952 which means you MAY not be talking about Half Life counterstrike weapons. Can you give us a little background on what you do so we can take this seriously?
  8. So this is the reason why there's a parental warning on Half-Life?
  9. The real name of the weapon is UMP. How ever the one in the picture is a modified one that I wouldn't be surprised if it were an airsoft and not the real deal.

    For the civalian market H&K made the USC. It's a semi auto only version of the UMP that features a fixed stock and 16 inch barrel to comply with US import laws. The USC is limited to 10 round and cannot accept the UMP magazines. However several conversions were on the market to allow the weapon to accept the high capacity M3A1 magazines.

    I'm not sure if it is sold in the European market or not. The Euro-market SL8-1 was not limited to 10 rounds and could in fact use the hi-cap magazines from the G36 assault rifle. So following that trend i'd imagine if a Euro-market USC was sold it would be able to accept UMP magazines.

    I looked into getting a USC when it first came out but I didn't want to pay $1,200 for a semi-auto carbine that only held 10 rounds.
  10. Stop attempting to put buzzwords together with chemistry terminology.
    Counterstrike seems more like a name of a video game than a weapon company.

    A half-life of what?

    Your sentence makes no sense at all.

    As to my profession, please look in the member introduction forum, for my patience on these boards is wavering.
  11. That could possibly be an airsoft but I assure you mine is not.

    I am sure you have vast knowledge of weaponry, as do I.

    I would like to clarify that the Universal Machine Pistol (UMP) is not as sleek as it's MP5 bretheren, mainly because of heavier moving parts causing excess shaking, but the price difference is enormous.

    MP5's I have found to be 4-5 times as much as the UMP. The UMP has a slower rate of fire but is more powerful (but both pieces of equipment do the job well).

    I also have an MP5K, as well as and MP5SD, both of which I use often, but I always carry my Ump in my vehicle.
  12. That's an airsoft you stupid bastard.

    The suppressor fitted to that rifle is a Knight's Armament and is intended to suppress handgun calibers. Specifically it’s the model designed for the H&K Mark 23.

    Knight's Armament does make a .223 suppressor but it uses a different body.

    Airsoft players readily use the Knights Armament suppressor from the Mark 23 kits because since all the air guns are 6mm it doesn’t matter. In the real world that suppressor would never work on an AR-15.
  13. my 14.5 mm KPVT - the police hate this <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>

    14.5 mm KPVT tank machine-gun is a powerful automatic weapon mounted on the armoured vehicles, war boats, movable and stationary mounts.

    It is intended for fight against light-armoured targets, fire weapons and alive force located in light shelters at the distances of up to 2000 m, as well as air targets at the distances of up to 2000 m at the heights of up to 1500 m.

    Cartridges with armour-piercing-incendiary bullet B-32, armor-piercing-tracer bullet BZT and incendiary bullet of instant action MDZ are used for firing at surface and air targets.

    Feed of cartridges (right-hand or left-hand) is performed from the metallic belt.

    Technical Characteristics
    Calibre, mm 14.5
    Mass, kg 52.2
    Rate of fire, shot/min 550..600
    Combat rate of fire, shot/min 70..80
    Target range, m
    Barrel cooling air
    Power supply of electric trigger, V 27
    Overall dimensions (length, width, height), mm 1980x162x225

    the above is not true by the way<A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
  14. You should really take your own pictures if you want people to take you seriously.
  15. No, he doesn't. His goal is attention, and when people like The Drift King are constantly giving it to him, he doesn't have to do much.
  16. So you use m16 pattern weapons? Maybe you would like to tell us how many gas rings there are on the bolt.
  17. A real KWC AR-15 suppressor vs a real KWC pistol suppressor.
  18. That would be too much of a security risk.

    Plus I have nothing to prove. I try to start legit disucssions but immature fools like many on this board seem to just insult themselves and the users of this forum.
  19. lololol awesome.

    Another golden thread by The Silencer
  20. Security shouldn't be a problem for you. I just want to know if you're trying to prove something.

    Edit: the pic was not posted by me.
  21. Why would you try to start "legit discussion" with what is clearly an airsoft rifle?
  22. I was but providing an example, not an actual picture.
  23. YOU were?

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