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Old 05-24-2013, 05:01 PM
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Guns of Rising Storm Part 1 - YouTube

During the development of Rising Storm the devs spent a lot of time down at the firing range getting a feel for the handling and properties of the rifles that feature in the game.

In this video you can see the President of Tripwire Interactive, John Gibson, giving us an insight into each of the rifles that players can use.

If you'd like to play these in-game now you can head over to the Steam store page to pre-purchase and get access to the Beta.
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Old 05-24-2013, 05:11 PM
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Vimeo Link: https://vimeo.com/tripwireinteractiv...238/27b260eaf2
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Old 05-24-2013, 05:21 PM
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Well, Nestor seemed to be having fun
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Good to see you guys at the range. Where's the subs? type 100 and and Thompson?? j/k

.....well actually you guys may be able to afford them

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Even in Georgia, they get twitchy about automatic weapons apparently
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How often will the next parts be released? Later today, over a week or month, or up till release?
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Probably another one tomorrow and another one on Monday.

Means we have to come into the office on Memorial day tho, so I hope you guys appreciate it
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"Someone had to kill someone to get this"

I imagine you did, all these guns must be expensive!
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Even in Georgia, they get twitchy about automatic weapons apparently
Actually, in Georgia any law abiding Tom, Dick or Mary can own a submachine gun You go through a 3 month firearm transfer process (background check) administered by the ATF. If approved you just pay a $200 tax stamp.

The real problem of the matter is supply and demand. Low supply and high demand makes a vintage Thompson submachine gun sell for around 20-30K. That in-turn makes me a very sad boy

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"Someone had to kill someone to get this"

I imagine you did, all these guns must be expensive!
Most likely Nestor did it as Ramm wasn't really all happy, I wouldn't be either if Nestor was shooting a gun with that smile near me



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Good to see you guys are doing the homework. Hopefully, you had time to work with the M1 as well. The M1 was the only WWII rifle I had the privilege to fire.
I also had the honor of being gut-punched with a Garand rifle butt by an angry NCO when I neglected to engage the safety at the appropriate time.
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Actually, in Georgia any law abiding Tom, Dick or Mary can own a submachine gun You go through a 3 month firearm transfer process (background check) administered by the ATF. If approved you just pay a $200 tax stamp.

The real problem of the matter is supply and demand. Low supply and high demand makes a vintage Thompson submachine gun sell for around 20-30K. That in-turn makes me a very sad boy
Theres also the part that it has to be registered as a machine gun from before 1986, meaning no newley manufactured machine guns.
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Video is great, videos like this will attract people from the gun community.
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love the video, really interesting to see the rifles on the range
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I didn't understand the difference between the Type 38 and the Type 99
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I didn't understand the difference between the Type 38 and the Type 99
Type 38 Type 99

6.5x50SR 7.7x58

Type 99 has a bigger round. So it has more stopping power.
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Additionally, like mentioned in the video as well, the Type 38 tends to be more accurate on longer ranges.
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You can really see how much lower the recoil of the Type 38 is, and with good reason as explained it is less powerful.

Cool stuff guys! Thanks for the vid.
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