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Old 02-14-2013, 12:03 AM   #81
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Not to me: I think he was a very lucky SOB there, quite nuts overall, and held in too low regard the lives of his men vs. personal gain. He was a stuck-up dinosaur.

Ya mean like George Patton?
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1. What does "SMLE" stand for??

2. What does the ROF on a British rifle stand for?

3. What is the official U.S. military designation of the Garand.

4. What is the official U.S. military designation of the SIG P226?

5. What war was the 1903A3 used in?
1. Short Magazine Lee Enfield
2.Rate of Fire?
3.Rifle,.30 caliber, M1?
4.M11-A1?
5.WW2
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I'm all for this! Are we doing it via P.M.? or just posting on the boards? I'm 21 and have been interested in 20th and 21st century arms since I was about 10.

Guess I'll post a question...

"Which firearm is recognized as the world's first assault rifle?
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I'm all for this! Are we doing it via P.M.? or just posting on the boards? I'm 21 and have been interested in 20th and 21st century arms since I was about 10.

Guess I'll post a question...

"Which firearm is recognized as the world's first assault rifle?
No we're just posting here. The answer is the Stg44. I'm 14 by the way :-)
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No we're just posting here. The answer is the Stg44. I'm 14 by the way :-)
I saw that, that's why I decided to share my age as well.

Correct answer! Let's see if we can get a little trickier.

"What was the STG44 originally referred to as and why?"

"Which WWII service rifle was John F. Kennedy supposedly shot with?"
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What was the nickname for the M60 in the Vietnam War?
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I saw that, that's why I decided to share my age as well.

Correct answer! Let's see if we can get a little trickier.

"Which WWII service rifle was John F. Kennedy supposedly shot with?"
The carcano 91/38 rifle
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What was the nickname for the M60 in the Vietnam War?
I'm sure there were others, but it was known to many as "The Pig."
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I'm sure there were others, but it was known to many as "The Pig."
Correct. What tank first employed sloped armor design?
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Correct. What tank first employed sloped armor design?
I believe that would be the Russian T-34.

"What was the German tank built in response to the T-34 tank?"
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