What's Your Favorite Weapon?

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  1. x0r

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    Sig Sauers are decent, but what is really good are just plain simple Glock's using a larger magazine and putting it on auto it's devastating.. also an MP5 is very usefull in close combat, like houses :D
     
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    Baby Blue Glock!


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    tell me it's just paint and it's not fake... ^
     
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    hah, ya it's fake.. photoshop!
    but it's so dope

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    I like Sais. I played with my friend's Sais (he does karate) and they are pretty cool.
     
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    m1911a2 Colt .45 cal pistol milspec barrel fiber sights skeleton trigger and hammer with houge tactical grips and thigh holsters *currentley own this exact model and will never find anything more comfortable and powerful and accurate*


    now if I was going for assault rifles my best choices is the MTAR or the FNH Mark17 gives me chills just thinking about it
     
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    I was always a fan of the sack of kittens. It's somewhat of a lost art, I'm going to try and bring the teachings back. I will be a opening a dojo of "Sack of Kittens" use.
     
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    Suffices for my needs.
     
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    Guillotine :lol:



    or a sword -_-
     
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    Either one works
     
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    sushi out of someones brains ?
     
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