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A. Uberti, Srl. Revolvers 1873 Buntline Target (Italian Republic – A. Uberti, Srl. – Unknown Date – Single-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum, .45 Colt: Italian variant of the American Colt Buntline Special.) 1873 Buntline Target LBR (Italian Republic – A. Uberti, Srl. – Unknown Date – Single-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum, .45 Colt: Variant of the 1873 Burtline Target designed to be legal in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Features a longer 20-inch barrel.) AAI Corporation Launchers M203 (United States – AAI Corporation – 1967–1968 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade Grenade: American grenade launcher designed for use with the Colt M16 rifle and its variants. Entered service with the United States Armed Forces in 1969.) M203 DAX (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203. Features a double-action trigger and a longer breech opening to accommodate less-lethal ammunition.) M203A1 (United States – AAI Corporation – Early 1990s – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 designed for use with the Colt M4 rifle and its variants. Features a new special mounting system.) M203A1 SOPMOD (United States – AAI Corporation, United States Special Operations Command – 1983–2001 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203A1 designed for use with the SOPMOD accessory system for rifles used by the United States Special Operations Command. Features a shorter 9-inch barrel.) M203A2 (United States – AAI Corporation – 2008 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 grenade launcher designed for use with Colt M16A4 assault rifles and Colt M4 carbines. Can also be used with M16A2 MWS assault rifles. Features the capability of using rangefinding optics.) M203PI (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 designed for use with rifles other than the Colt M16 and Colt M4, such as the Steyr AUG assault rifle, Heckler & Koch G3 battle rifle, and Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun.) Rifles AAI SBR (United States – AAI Corporation – 1970s – Assault Rifle – 4.32×45mm: Designed for the United States Armed Forces' Future Rifle Program, which aimed to replace the Colt M16 rifles in service with the United States Armed Forces at that time. Never adopted by any military. Prototypes only.) AAI XM70 (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm Fléchette: Designed as a possible entry into the United States Armed Forces' Future Rifle Program, which aimed to replace the colt M16 rifles in service with the United States Armed Forces at that time. The AAI SBR was chosen as an entry instead due to high production cost and failures during testing. Prototype only.) Accuracy International Rifles Accuracy International AS50 (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2007 – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Designed for use with the British Armed Forces and the United States Navy SEALs.) Accuracy International Precision Marksman/Accuracy International PM (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1982 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Designed to replace the L42A1 bolt-action sniper rifles in service with the British Armed Forces. Designated the L96A1 by the British Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare/Accuracy International AW (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1988–1991 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Upgraded variant of the Accuracy International Precision Marksman bolt-action sniper rifle. Features increased reliability, especially in arctic conditions, and an enlarged stockhole, bolt handle, magazine release, and trigger guard. Designated the L118A1 by the British Armed forces, and the Psg 90 by the Swedish Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement/Accuracy International AE (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Simplified variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with law enforcement. Features a shorter 24-inch barrel.) Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement MkIII/Accuracy International AE MkIII (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2009 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Upgraded variant of the Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a removable trigger group and a screw-adjustable cheekpiece.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50/Accuracy International AW50 (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2000 – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle redesigned to be used as an Anti-Materiel Rifle. Designated the G24 by the Bundeswehr.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50 Folding/Accuracy International AW50F (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2000 – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50 bolt-action anti-materiel rifle. Features a folding stock. Designated the L121A1 by the British Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Folding/Accuracy International AWF (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare. Features a side-folding polymer stock.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum/Accuracy International AWM (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1996 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua Magnum: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with magnum rifle cartridge chamberings.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum Folding/Accuracy International AWM-F (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua Magnum: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a folding stock.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Police/Accuracy International AWP (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1997 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .243 Winchester, 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with law enforcement agencies rather than militaries. Features a shorter 24-inch barrel and black frame.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed/Accuracy International AWS (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1998 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with subsonic ammunition. Features an integral suppressor and a 16-inch barrel.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Covert/Accuracy International AWC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2002 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a folding stock and a 12-inch barrel.) Accuracy International AX338MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2010 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed in part for the United States Special Operations Command Precision Sniper Rifle program. Features a more modular design than the Arctic Warfare.) Accuracy International Accuracy Tactical/Accuracy International AT (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2014 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Cheaper, simpler variant of the British Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle designed for the law enforcement and civilian markets.) Accuracy International AX50MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a bolt diameter of 30mm.) Accuracy International AX308MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Variant of the Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a bolt diameter of 20mm.) Advanced Armament Corporation Personal Defense Weapons AAC Honey Badger (United States – Advanced Armament Corporation – 2011 – Personal Defense Weapon – 300 AAC Blackout: American personal defense weapon based on the American AR-15. Comes in two variants, a fully automatic variant for military markets, and a semi-automatic variant for civilian markets.) Aeroknox Aeroknox XM556 (US – Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Akdal Arms Pistols Akdal Ghost TR-01 (Republic of Turkey – Akdal Arms – 1990 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum: Turkish semi-automatic pistol with many similarities to the Austrian semi-automatic Glock 17 pistol.) Shotguns Akdal MKA 1919 (Republic of Turkey – Akdal Arms – 2006 – Semi-Automatic Shotgun – 12 Gauge: Turkish semi-automatic shotgun that resembles the American Colt M16 assault rifle.) ALFA-PROJ Pistols ALFA Combat (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – 2003 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP: Semi-automatic pistol manufactured by ALFA-PROJ. Chambered in either 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP.) ALFA Defender (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – 2002 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP: Compact semi-automatic pistol manufactured by ALFA-PROJ. Chambered in either 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP.) Revolvers ALFA-PROJ Series ALFA (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .357 S&W Magnum: Series of Czech revolvers designed for use with law enforcement agencies, private security agencies, personal security units, and hunters.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3520 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3530 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3531 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3530 double-action revolver. Features a new finish, and new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3540 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3541 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3540 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3561 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3563 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) Series ALFA Steel (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 S&W Magnum) .22 Long Rifle Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .22 Long Rifle) ALFA-PROJ Model 2230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 2230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2263 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 6-inch-long barrel, LPA sights, and has a 6-round cylinder capacity rather than the 9-round cylinder that the other models have.) .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire) ALFA-PROJ Model 2330 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2331 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 2330 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2341 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2361 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2363 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 6-inch-long barrel, LPA sights, and has a 6-round cylinder capacity rather than the 8-round cylinder that the other models have.) .32 S&W Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .32 S&W) ALFA-PROJ Model 3220 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3263 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) .38 Smith & Wesson Special Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) ALFA-PROJ Model 3820 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3830 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3831 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3830 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3840 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3841 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3840 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3861 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3863 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) 9mm Parabellum Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – 9×19mm Parabellum) ALFA-PROJ Model 9220 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 9230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) Series HOLEK (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – Various) .22 Long Rifle and .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire) .32 S&W, .380 ALFA, .38 Smith & Wesson Special Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W, .380 ALFA, .38 Smith & Wesson Special) AGM-1 (Italy – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .22 LR, 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP) Alejandro Sniper Rifle (Cuba – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) Akhgar machine gun (Iran – Gatling Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO) American Arms International Pistols American Arms PK22 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Submachine Guns American-180 (US – Submachine Gun – .22 LR, .22 Short Magnum) American SAR 180/275 (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .22 LR, .22 Short Magnum) Arcadia Machine and Tool Pistols AMT AutoMag (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .44 AMP) AMT AutoMag 440 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .440 Cor-Bon) AMT AutoMag II (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 WMR) AMT AutoMag III (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9mm Winchester Magnum, .30 Carbine) AMT AutoMag IV (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm IAI Magnum, .45 Winchester Magnum) AMT AutoMag V (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .50 Action Express) AMT Baby AutoMag (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) AMT Backup (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .22 LR, .357 SIG, .38 Super, .380 ACP, .40 S&W, .400 Cor-Bon, .45 ACP) AMT Hardballer (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Government (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Commando (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W) AMT Longslide (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Accelerator (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .400 Cor-Bon) AMT Javelina (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto) AMT Skipper (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Lightning 25/22 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) AMT Magnum Hunter (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 WMR) AMT On-Duty (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) AO-31 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm: Prototype) AO-35 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm: Prototype) AO-38 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-40 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-44 (Soviet Union – Machine Pistol – 9×18mm Makarov) AO-46 (Soviet Union – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-62 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-63 (Soviet Union – Twin-Barreled Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-64 (Soviet Union – General Purpose Machine Gun – 6×49mm) AO-65 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-222 (Russia – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) Apache Revolver (France – Multi-Purpose Pinfire Revolver – 7mm, .27) APX 1895 (France – Gatling Gun – 8mm Lebel) Ares Defense Assault Rifles Ares Olin AIWS (US – Assault Rifle – 5mm) Machine Guns Ares Shrike (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares AAR (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares AAC (US – Compact Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares Shrike 03A (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) EXP-1 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype) EXP-2 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype) Ares Incorporated Assault Rifles Ares Olin AIWS (US – Assault Rifle – 5mm) Machine Guns ARES LMG-1 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Submachine Guns ARES FMG (US – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Arisaka Rifles Arisaka Type 30 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 30 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 35 Navy Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 44 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Cavalry Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 97 Sniper Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) KL .303 (Empire of Japan/Estonia – Bolt-Action Rifle – .303 British) Type I Rifle (Empire of Japan/Italy – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 99 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.7×58mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 99 Sniper Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.7×58mm Arisaka) TERA Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Type 1 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka: Prototype) Type 2 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Type 100 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka: Prototype) Armaguerra Cremona Rifles Armaguerra Mod. 39 (Italy – semiautomatic rifle – 7.35 mm, 6.5 mm) Submachine Guns Armaguerra OG-43 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Armaguerra OG-44 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) FNAB-43 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Isotta Fraschini (mitra) (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) TZ-45 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) ArmaLite Rifles Armalite AR-5 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .22 Hornet) Armalite AR-7 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armalite AR-7 Explorer (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armalite AR-7 Explorer (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Armalite AR-10 (US – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10A2 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) ArmaLite AR-10A4 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10B (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10T (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10 LMG (US – Light-Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Prototype) Armalite AR-14 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .243 Winchester, .358 Winchester) Armalite AR-15 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite M15A2 National Match (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-16 (US – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-18 (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-18K (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-18S (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-180 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-180B (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-100 Armalite AR-101 (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-102 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-103 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-104 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-24 (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24/15 (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24/15C (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24K/13 (US/Turkey – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24K/13C (US/Turkey – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-50 (US – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .416 Barrett, .50 BMG) Armalite AR-30 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-30A1 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-31 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-50A1 (US – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .416 Barrett, .50 BMG) Armalon Rifles Armalon BGR (UK – Bolt-Action Rifle – .243 Winchester, 7.62mm NATO, & .300 Winchester Magnum) Armalon PC (UK – Bolt-Action Carbine – 9×19mm Parabellum, .38 Super, .357 Magnum, .40 S&W, 10mm Norma, .41 Action Express, .41 Magnum, .44 Magnum, .45 ACP, & .50 Action Express) Armalon PR (UK – Bolt-Action Rifle – 5.56mm NATO & 7.62mm NATO) Armi Jager Rifles Adler AP70 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler AP85 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler FAMAS 22 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler T-26 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .30-06) Armitage Arms Pen Gun (AOW – .25 ACP) Armscor Pistols Armscor M200 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M202 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M206 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M210 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Rifles Armscor AK 47 22 (Philippines – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armscor M16 22 (Philippines – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armscor M1700 (Philippines – Bolt-Action Rifle – .17 HMR) Armsel Striker (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Armsel Proteca (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Armsel Proteca Bulldog (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Arms Tech Limited Pistols Arms Tech OSS High Standard (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Rifles Arms Tech AT 10/22 QD (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Arms Tech COMPAK-16 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech Recon Rifle (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech SBA 2000 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Arms Tech Super Match Interdiction Rifle (US – Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum) Arms Tech TTR-50 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .50 BMG) Arms Tech TTR-700 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Arms Tech USR (US – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech USR-K (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armtech Rifles Armtech FAL SAS (Netherlands – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armtech HK51 (Netherlands – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armtech SMOLT (Netherlands/US – Double-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum) Arquebus (Various Countries – Matchlock Firearm – Various Calibers) Arsenal AD Machine Guns Arsenal LMG (Bulgaria – Light Machine Gun – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal LMG-F (Bulgaria – Light Machine Gun – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal MG (Bulgaria – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR) Pistols Arsenal P-M02 (Bulgaria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Rifles Arsenal AR-1 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-1F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M1 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M1F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M2 (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M2F (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M4SF (Bulgaria – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M9 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M9F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-SF (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal SLR-95 (Bulgaria – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Submachine Guns Arsenal Shipka (Bulgaria – Submachine Gun – 9×18mm Makarov, 9×19mm Parabellum) ASAI ONE-PRO 45 (Switzerland – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .400 Cor-Bon, .45 ACP) ASAI ONE-PRO 9 (Switzerland – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Ascaso Pistol (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×23mm Largo: Astra 400 Copy) Aserma ADP Mk II (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) ASP Pistol (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra Arms Pistols Astra 200 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .25 ACP: FN Model 1906 Clone) Astra 400 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×23mm Largo) Astra 300 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra 600 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra 800 Condor (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra 900 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser: Mauser C96 copy) Astra 900E (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 900F (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 901 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 902 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 903 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 904 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 904E (Spain – Machine Pistol – 9×23mm Largo) Astra 960 (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Astra 1921 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .25 ACP) Astra 4000 Falcon (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra A-50 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra A-60 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP) Astra A-70 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W) Astra A-75 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) Astra A-80 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.65×21mm Parabellum, 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×23mm Largo, .38 Super, .45 ACP) Astra A-90 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra A-100 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) Astra Cadix (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Astra Cub (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Short, .25 ACP) Astra Constable (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra Firefox (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra Police (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum) Submachine Guns Modelo 1921 MAF (Spain – Submachine Gun – 9×23mm Largo: Prototype) Austen Submachine Gun (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Austen Mk I (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Austen Mk II (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Australian Automatic Arms Rifles Australian Automatic Arms SAR (Australia – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SAC (Australia – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SAP (Australia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SP (Australia – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian International Arms Rifles Australian International Arms No 4 Mk 4 (Australia – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian International Arms M10-A1 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×39mm) Australian International Arms M10-A2 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×39mm) Australian International Arms M10-B1 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester) Australian International Arms M10-B2 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester) Australian International Arms M42 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian International Arms No. 4 Mk IV T (Australia – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian Military Weapon Designations Machine Guns F2A2 (Australia – Light Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Licensed Production Bren Light Machine Gun) F89 Minimi (Australia – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Licensed Production FN Minimi) Rifles F88 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Licensed Production Steyr AUG) F88C Austeyr (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A1 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A1C Austeyr (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A2 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) EF88 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F90 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Export Variant) F90 Close Quarters Battle (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F90 Grenadier (Australia – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO, 40×46mm SR Grenade) F90 Marksman (Australia – Designated Marksman Rifle Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88T Austeyr (Australia – Training Rifle – .22 LR) F88S GLA (Australia – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO, 40×46mm SR Grenade) SR-98 (Commonwealth of Australia/United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Australian Defence Force/Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Australian variant of the British Accuracy International Arctic Warfare. Features a threaded, free floating barrel, an adjustable bipod, and a customized folding stock. Replaced the Parker Hale M82 bolt-action sniper rifles in service with the Australian Defence Force.) Submachine Guns F1 Submachine Gun (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Auto-Ordnance Rifles Thompson Autorifle (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×54mmR, .276 Pedersen, .30–'06: Prototype) Thompson Light Rifle (US – Assault Rifle – .30 Carbine: Prototype) Submachine Guns Thompson Submachine Gun (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson .30 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .30 Carbine: Prototype) Annihilator (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP: Prototype) Thompson M1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1A1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1919 (US – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP, .45 ACP: Prototype) Thompson M1921 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1921AC (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1923 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 Remington-Thompson: Prototype) Thompson M1927 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1927A1 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1927A3 (US – Carbine – .22 LR) Thompson M1927A5 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1928 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1928A1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Persuader (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP: Prototype) AVB-7.62 (Soviet Union – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AB-5.45 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AB-7.62 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) LCZ B20 (Czech Republic – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) AVS-36 (Soviet Union – 1936 – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AVS-36 Sniper Variant (Soviet Union – 1936 – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AWC Systems Technology Pistols AWC Amphibian II (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR: Modified Ruger Mk II) Rifles AWC Centurion (US – Integrally Suppressed Bolt-Action Carbine – .45 ACP: Modified De Lisle carbine) AWC Ultra II (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR: Modified Ruger 10/22 copy) AWC G2 (US – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Bullpup Conversion of M14) AWC G2A (US – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) AWC G2FA (US – Automatic Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
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2020.11.23 03:34 M4nd4l0r3_zo15 Oh you're an American? Name every gun

A. Uberti, Srl. Revolvers 1873 Buntline Target (Italian Republic – A. Uberti, Srl. – Unknown Date – Single-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum, .45 Colt: Italian variant of the American Colt Buntline Special.) 1873 Buntline Target LBR (Italian Republic – A. Uberti, Srl. – Unknown Date – Single-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum, .45 Colt: Variant of the 1873 Burtline Target designed to be legal in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Features a longer 20-inch barrel.) AAI Corporation Launchers M203 (United States – AAI Corporation – 1967–1968 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade Grenade: American grenade launcher designed for use with the Colt M16 rifle and its variants. Entered service with the United States Armed Forces in 1969.) M203 DAX (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203. Features a double-action trigger and a longer breech opening to accommodate less-lethal ammunition.) M203A1 (United States – AAI Corporation – Early 1990s – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 designed for use with the Colt M4 rifle and its variants. Features a new special mounting system.) M203A1 SOPMOD (United States – AAI Corporation, United States Special Operations Command – 1983–2001 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203A1 designed for use with the SOPMOD accessory system for rifles used by the United States Special Operations Command. Features a shorter 9-inch barrel.) M203A2 (United States – AAI Corporation – 2008 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 grenade launcher designed for use with Colt M16A4 assault rifles and Colt M4 carbines. Can also be used with M16A2 MWS assault rifles. Features the capability of using rangefinding optics.) M203PI (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 designed for use with rifles other than the Colt M16 and Colt M4, such as the Steyr AUG assault rifle, Heckler & Koch G3 battle rifle, and Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun.) Rifles AAI SBR (United States – AAI Corporation – 1970s – Assault Rifle – 4.32×45mm: Designed for the United States Armed Forces' Future Rifle Program, which aimed to replace the Colt M16 rifles in service with the United States Armed Forces at that time. Never adopted by any military. Prototypes only.) AAI XM70 (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm Fléchette: Designed as a possible entry into the United States Armed Forces' Future Rifle Program, which aimed to replace the colt M16 rifles in service with the United States Armed Forces at that time. The AAI SBR was chosen as an entry instead due to high production cost and failures during testing. Prototype only.) Accuracy International Rifles Accuracy International AS50 (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2007 – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Designed for use with the British Armed Forces and the United States Navy SEALs.) Accuracy International Precision Marksman/Accuracy International PM (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1982 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Designed to replace the L42A1 bolt-action sniper rifles in service with the British Armed Forces. Designated the L96A1 by the British Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare/Accuracy International AW (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1988–1991 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Upgraded variant of the Accuracy International Precision Marksman bolt-action sniper rifle. Features increased reliability, especially in arctic conditions, and an enlarged stockhole, bolt handle, magazine release, and trigger guard. Designated the L118A1 by the British Armed forces, and the Psg 90 by the Swedish Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement/Accuracy International AE (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Simplified variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with law enforcement. Features a shorter 24-inch barrel.) Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement MkIII/Accuracy International AE MkIII (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2009 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Upgraded variant of the Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a removable trigger group and a screw-adjustable cheekpiece.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50/Accuracy International AW50 (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2000 – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle redesigned to be used as an Anti-Materiel Rifle. Designated the G24 by the Bundeswehr.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50 Folding/Accuracy International AW50F (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2000 – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50 bolt-action anti-materiel rifle. Features a folding stock. Designated the L121A1 by the British Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Folding/Accuracy International AWF (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare. Features a side-folding polymer stock.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum/Accuracy International AWM (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1996 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua Magnum: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with magnum rifle cartridge chamberings.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum Folding/Accuracy International AWM-F (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua Magnum: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a folding stock.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Police/Accuracy International AWP (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1997 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .243 Winchester, 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with law enforcement agencies rather than militaries. Features a shorter 24-inch barrel and black frame.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed/Accuracy International AWS (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1998 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with subsonic ammunition. Features an integral suppressor and a 16-inch barrel.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Covert/Accuracy International AWC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2002 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a folding stock and a 12-inch barrel.) Accuracy International AX338MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2010 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed in part for the United States Special Operations Command Precision Sniper Rifle program. Features a more modular design than the Arctic Warfare.) Accuracy International Accuracy Tactical/Accuracy International AT (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2014 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Cheaper, simpler variant of the British Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle designed for the law enforcement and civilian markets.) Accuracy International AX50MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a bolt diameter of 30mm.) Accuracy International AX308MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Variant of the Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a bolt diameter of 20mm.) Advanced Armament Corporation Personal Defense Weapons AAC Honey Badger (United States – Advanced Armament Corporation – 2011 – Personal Defense Weapon – 300 AAC Blackout: American personal defense weapon based on the American AR-15. Comes in two variants, a fully automatic variant for military markets, and a semi-automatic variant for civilian markets.) Aeroknox Aeroknox XM556 (US – Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Akdal Arms Pistols Akdal Ghost TR-01 (Republic of Turkey – Akdal Arms – 1990 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum: Turkish semi-automatic pistol with many similarities to the Austrian semi-automatic Glock 17 pistol.) Shotguns Akdal MKA 1919 (Republic of Turkey – Akdal Arms – 2006 – Semi-Automatic Shotgun – 12 Gauge: Turkish semi-automatic shotgun that resembles the American Colt M16 assault rifle.) ALFA-PROJ Pistols ALFA Combat (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – 2003 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP: Semi-automatic pistol manufactured by ALFA-PROJ. Chambered in either 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP.) ALFA Defender (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – 2002 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP: Compact semi-automatic pistol manufactured by ALFA-PROJ. Chambered in either 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP.) Revolvers ALFA-PROJ Series ALFA (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .357 S&W Magnum: Series of Czech revolvers designed for use with law enforcement agencies, private security agencies, personal security units, and hunters.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3520 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3530 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3531 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3530 double-action revolver. Features a new finish, and new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3540 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3541 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3540 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3561 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3563 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) Series ALFA Steel (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 S&W Magnum) .22 Long Rifle Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .22 Long Rifle) ALFA-PROJ Model 2230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 2230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2263 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 6-inch-long barrel, LPA sights, and has a 6-round cylinder capacity rather than the 9-round cylinder that the other models have.) .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire) ALFA-PROJ Model 2330 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2331 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 2330 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2341 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2361 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2363 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 6-inch-long barrel, LPA sights, and has a 6-round cylinder capacity rather than the 8-round cylinder that the other models have.) .32 S&W Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .32 S&W) ALFA-PROJ Model 3220 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3263 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) .38 Smith & Wesson Special Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) ALFA-PROJ Model 3820 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3830 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3831 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3830 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3840 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3841 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3840 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3861 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3863 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) 9mm Parabellum Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – 9×19mm Parabellum) ALFA-PROJ Model 9220 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 9230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) Series HOLEK (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – Various) .22 Long Rifle and .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire) .32 S&W, .380 ALFA, .38 Smith & Wesson Special Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W, .380 ALFA, .38 Smith & Wesson Special) AGM-1 (Italy – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .22 LR, 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP) Alejandro Sniper Rifle (Cuba – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) Akhgar machine gun (Iran – Gatling Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO) American Arms International Pistols American Arms PK22 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Submachine Guns American-180 (US – Submachine Gun – .22 LR, .22 Short Magnum) American SAR 180/275 (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .22 LR, .22 Short Magnum) Arcadia Machine and Tool Pistols AMT AutoMag (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .44 AMP) AMT AutoMag 440 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .440 Cor-Bon) AMT AutoMag II (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 WMR) AMT AutoMag III (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9mm Winchester Magnum, .30 Carbine) AMT AutoMag IV (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm IAI Magnum, .45 Winchester Magnum) AMT AutoMag V (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .50 Action Express) AMT Baby AutoMag (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) AMT Backup (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .22 LR, .357 SIG, .38 Super, .380 ACP, .40 S&W, .400 Cor-Bon, .45 ACP) AMT Hardballer (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Government (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Commando (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W) AMT Longslide (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Accelerator (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .400 Cor-Bon) AMT Javelina (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto) AMT Skipper (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Lightning 25/22 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) AMT Magnum Hunter (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 WMR) AMT On-Duty (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) AO-31 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm: Prototype) AO-35 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm: Prototype) AO-38 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-40 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-44 (Soviet Union – Machine Pistol – 9×18mm Makarov) AO-46 (Soviet Union – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-62 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-63 (Soviet Union – Twin-Barreled Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-64 (Soviet Union – General Purpose Machine Gun – 6×49mm) AO-65 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-222 (Russia – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) Apache Revolver (France – Multi-Purpose Pinfire Revolver – 7mm, .27) APX 1895 (France – Gatling Gun – 8mm Lebel) Ares Defense Assault Rifles Ares Olin AIWS (US – Assault Rifle – 5mm) Machine Guns Ares Shrike (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares AAR (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares AAC (US – Compact Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares Shrike 03A (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) EXP-1 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype) EXP-2 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype) Ares Incorporated Assault Rifles Ares Olin AIWS (US – Assault Rifle – 5mm) Machine Guns ARES LMG-1 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Submachine Guns ARES FMG (US – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Arisaka Rifles Arisaka Type 30 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 30 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 35 Navy Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 44 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Cavalry Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 97 Sniper Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) KL .303 (Empire of Japan/Estonia – Bolt-Action Rifle – .303 British) Type I Rifle (Empire of Japan/Italy – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 99 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.7×58mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 99 Sniper Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.7×58mm Arisaka) TERA Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Type 1 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka: Prototype) Type 2 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Type 100 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka: Prototype) Armaguerra Cremona Rifles Armaguerra Mod. 39 (Italy – semiautomatic rifle – 7.35 mm, 6.5 mm) Submachine Guns Armaguerra OG-43 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Armaguerra OG-44 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) FNAB-43 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Isotta Fraschini (mitra) (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) TZ-45 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) ArmaLite Rifles Armalite AR-5 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .22 Hornet) Armalite AR-7 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armalite AR-7 Explorer (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armalite AR-7 Explorer (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Armalite AR-10 (US – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10A2 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) ArmaLite AR-10A4 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10B (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10T (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10 LMG (US – Light-Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Prototype) Armalite AR-14 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .243 Winchester, .358 Winchester) Armalite AR-15 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite M15A2 National Match (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-16 (US – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-18 (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-18K (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-18S (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-180 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-180B (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-100 Armalite AR-101 (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-102 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-103 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-104 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-24 (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24/15 (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24/15C (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24K/13 (US/Turkey – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24K/13C (US/Turkey – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-50 (US – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .416 Barrett, .50 BMG) Armalite AR-30 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-30A1 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-31 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-50A1 (US – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .416 Barrett, .50 BMG) Armalon Rifles Armalon BGR (UK – Bolt-Action Rifle – .243 Winchester, 7.62mm NATO, & .300 Winchester Magnum) Armalon PC (UK – Bolt-Action Carbine – 9×19mm Parabellum, .38 Super, .357 Magnum, .40 S&W, 10mm Norma, .41 Action Express, .41 Magnum, .44 Magnum, .45 ACP, & .50 Action Express) Armalon PR (UK – Bolt-Action Rifle – 5.56mm NATO & 7.62mm NATO) Armi Jager Rifles Adler AP70 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler AP85 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler FAMAS 22 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler T-26 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .30-06) Armitage Arms Pen Gun (AOW – .25 ACP) Armscor Pistols Armscor M200 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M202 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M206 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M210 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Rifles Armscor AK 47 22 (Philippines – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armscor M16 22 (Philippines – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armscor M1700 (Philippines – Bolt-Action Rifle – .17 HMR) Armsel Striker (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Armsel Proteca (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Armsel Proteca Bulldog (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Arms Tech Limited Pistols Arms Tech OSS High Standard (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Rifles Arms Tech AT 10/22 QD (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Arms Tech COMPAK-16 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech Recon Rifle (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech SBA 2000 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Arms Tech Super Match Interdiction Rifle (US – Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum) Arms Tech TTR-50 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .50 BMG) Arms Tech TTR-700 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Arms Tech USR (US – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech USR-K (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armtech Rifles Armtech FAL SAS (Netherlands – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armtech HK51 (Netherlands – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armtech SMOLT (Netherlands/US – Double-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum) Arquebus (Various Countries – Matchlock Firearm – Various Calibers) Arsenal AD Machine Guns Arsenal LMG (Bulgaria – Light Machine Gun – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal LMG-F (Bulgaria – Light Machine Gun – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal MG (Bulgaria – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR) Pistols Arsenal P-M02 (Bulgaria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Rifles Arsenal AR-1 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-1F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M1 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M1F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M2 (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M2F (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M4SF (Bulgaria – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M9 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M9F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-SF (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal SLR-95 (Bulgaria – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Submachine Guns Arsenal Shipka (Bulgaria – Submachine Gun – 9×18mm Makarov, 9×19mm Parabellum) ASAI ONE-PRO 45 (Switzerland – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .400 Cor-Bon, .45 ACP) ASAI ONE-PRO 9 (Switzerland – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Ascaso Pistol (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×23mm Largo: Astra 400 Copy) Aserma ADP Mk II (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) ASP Pistol (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra Arms Pistols Astra 200 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .25 ACP: FN Model 1906 Clone) Astra 400 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×23mm Largo) Astra 300 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra 600 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra 800 Condor (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra 900 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser: Mauser C96 copy) Astra 900E (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 900F (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 901 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 902 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 903 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 904 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 904E (Spain – Machine Pistol – 9×23mm Largo) Astra 960 (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Astra 1921 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .25 ACP) Astra 4000 Falcon (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra A-50 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra A-60 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP) Astra A-70 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W) Astra A-75 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) Astra A-80 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.65×21mm Parabellum, 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×23mm Largo, .38 Super, .45 ACP) Astra A-90 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra A-100 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) Astra Cadix (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Astra Cub (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Short, .25 ACP) Astra Constable (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra Firefox (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra Police (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum) Submachine Guns Modelo 1921 MAF (Spain – Submachine Gun – 9×23mm Largo: Prototype) Austen Submachine Gun (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Austen Mk I (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Austen Mk II (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Australian Automatic Arms Rifles Australian Automatic Arms SAR (Australia – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SAC (Australia – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SAP (Australia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SP (Australia – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian International Arms Rifles Australian International Arms No 4 Mk 4 (Australia – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian International Arms M10-A1 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×39mm) Australian International Arms M10-A2 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×39mm) Australian International Arms M10-B1 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester) Australian International Arms M10-B2 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester) Australian International Arms M42 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian International Arms No. 4 Mk IV T (Australia – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian Military Weapon Designations Machine Guns F2A2 (Australia – Light Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Licensed Production Bren Light Machine Gun) F89 Minimi (Australia – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Licensed Production FN Minimi) Rifles F88 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Licensed Production Steyr AUG) F88C Austeyr (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A1 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A1C Austeyr (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A2 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) EF88 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F90 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Export Variant) F90 Close Quarters Battle (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F90 Grenadier (Australia – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO, 40×46mm SR Grenade) F90 Marksman (Australia – Designated Marksman Rifle Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88T Austeyr (Australia – Training Rifle – .22 LR) F88S GLA (Australia – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO, 40×46mm SR Grenade) SR-98 (Commonwealth of Australia/United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Australian Defence Force/Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Australian variant of the British Accuracy International Arctic Warfare. Features a threaded, free floating barrel, an adjustable bipod, and a customized folding stock. Replaced the Parker Hale M82 bolt-action sniper rifles in service with the Australian Defence Force.) Submachine Guns F1 Submachine Gun (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Auto-Ordnance Rifles Thompson Autorifle (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×54mmR, .276 Pedersen, .30–'06: Prototype) Thompson Light Rifle (US – Assault Rifle – .30 Carbine: Prototype) Submachine Guns Thompson Submachine Gun (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson .30 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .30 Carbine: Prototype) Annihilator (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP: Prototype) Thompson M1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1A1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1919 (US – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP, .45 ACP: Prototype) Thompson M1921 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1921AC (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1923 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 Remington-Thompson: Prototype) Thompson M1927 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1927A1 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1927A3 (US – Carbine – .22 LR) Thompson M1927A5 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1928 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1928A1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Persuader (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP: Prototype) AVB-7.62 (Soviet Union – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AB-5.45 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AB-7.62 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) LCZ B20 (Czech Republic – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) AVS-36 (Soviet Union – 1936 – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AVS-36 Sniper Variant (Soviet Union – 1936 – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AWC Systems Technology Pistols AWC Amphibian II (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR: Modified Ruger Mk II) Rifles AWC Centurion (US – Integrally Suppressed Bolt-Action Carbine – .45 ACP: Modified De Lisle carbine) AWC Ultra II (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR: Modified Ruger 10/22 copy) AWC G2 (US – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Bullpup Conversion of M14) AWC G2A (US – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) AWC G2FA (US – Automatic Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
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2020.02.05 22:46 M4nd4l0r3_zo15 Oh you’re an American? Name every gun.

Oh you’re an american? Name every gun! (Part 1)
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A. Uberti, Srl. Revolvers 1873 Buntline Target (Italian Republic – A. Uberti, Srl. – Unknown Date – Single-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum, .45 Colt: Italian variant of the American Colt Buntline Special.) 1873 Buntline Target LBR (Italian Republic – A. Uberti, Srl. – Unknown Date – Single-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum, .45 Colt: Variant of the 1873 Burtline Target designed to be legal in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Features a longer 20-inch barrel.) AAI Corporation Launchers M203 (United States – AAI Corporation – 1967–1968 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade Grenade: American grenade launcher designed for use with the Colt M16 rifle and its variants. Entered service with the United States Armed Forces in 1969.) M203 DAX (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203. Features a double-action trigger and a longer breech opening to accommodate less-lethal ammunition.) M203A1 (United States – AAI Corporation – Early 1990s – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 designed for use with the Colt M4 rifle and its variants. Features a new special mounting system.) M203A1 SOPMOD (United States – AAI Corporation, United States Special Operations Command – 1983–2001 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203A1 designed for use with the SOPMOD accessory system for rifles used by the United States Special Operations Command. Features a shorter 9-inch barrel.) M203A2 (United States – AAI Corporation – 2008 – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 grenade launcher designed for use with Colt M16A4 assault rifles and Colt M4 carbines. Can also be used with M16A2 MWS assault rifles. Features the capability of using rangefinding optics.) M203PI (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Single-Shot Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Variant of the M203 designed for use with rifles other than the Colt M16 and Colt M4, such as the Steyr AUG assault rifle, Heckler & Koch G3 battle rifle, and Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun.) Rifles AAI SBR (United States – AAI Corporation – 1970s – Assault Rifle – 4.32×45mm: Designed for the United States Armed Forces' Future Rifle Program, which aimed to replace the Colt M16 rifles in service with the United States Armed Forces at that time. Never adopted by any military. Prototypes only.) AAI XM70 (United States – AAI Corporation – Unknown Date – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm Fléchette: Designed as a possible entry into the United States Armed Forces' Future Rifle Program, which aimed to replace the colt M16 rifles in service with the United States Armed Forces at that time. The AAI SBR was chosen as an entry instead due to high production cost and failures during testing. Prototype only.) Accuracy International Rifles Accuracy International AS50 (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2007 – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Designed for use with the British Armed Forces and the United States Navy SEALs.) Accuracy International Precision Marksman/Accuracy International PM (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1982 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Designed to replace the L42A1 bolt-action sniper rifles in service with the British Armed Forces. Designated the L96A1 by the British Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare/Accuracy International AW (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1988–1991 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Upgraded variant of the Accuracy International Precision Marksman bolt-action sniper rifle. Features increased reliability, especially in arctic conditions, and an enlarged stockhole, bolt handle, magazine release, and trigger guard. Designated the L118A1 by the British Armed forces, and the Psg 90 by the Swedish Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement/Accuracy International AE (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Simplified variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with law enforcement. Features a shorter 24-inch barrel.) Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement MkIII/Accuracy International AE MkIII (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2009 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Upgraded variant of the Accuracy International Accuracy Enforcement bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a removable trigger group and a screw-adjustable cheekpiece.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50/Accuracy International AW50 (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2000 – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle redesigned to be used as an Anti-Materiel Rifle. Designated the G24 by the Bundeswehr.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50 Folding/Accuracy International AW50F (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2000 – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare .50 bolt-action anti-materiel rifle. Features a folding stock. Designated the L121A1 by the British Armed Forces.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Folding/Accuracy International AWF (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare. Features a side-folding polymer stock.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum/Accuracy International AWM (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1996 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua Magnum: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with magnum rifle cartridge chamberings.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum Folding/Accuracy International AWM-F (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua Magnum: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a folding stock.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Police/Accuracy International AWP (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1997 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .243 Winchester, 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with law enforcement agencies rather than militaries. Features a shorter 24-inch barrel and black frame.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed/Accuracy International AWS (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 1998 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed for use with subsonic ammunition. Features an integral suppressor and a 16-inch barrel.) Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Covert/Accuracy International AWC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2002 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a folding stock and a 12-inch barrel.) Accuracy International AX338MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2010 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle: Variant of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle designed in part for the United States Special Operations Command Precision Sniper Rifle program. Features a more modular design than the Arctic Warfare.) Accuracy International Accuracy Tactical/Accuracy International AT (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – 2014 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Cheaper, simpler variant of the British Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle designed for the law enforcement and civilian markets.) Accuracy International AX50MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Variant of the Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a bolt diameter of 30mm.) Accuracy International AX308MC (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Accuracy International – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Variant of the Accuracy International AX338MC bolt-action sniper rifle. Features a bolt diameter of 20mm.) Advanced Armament Corporation Personal Defense Weapons AAC Honey Badger (United States – Advanced Armament Corporation – 2011 – Personal Defense Weapon – 300 AAC Blackout: American personal defense weapon based on the American AR-15. Comes in two variants, a fully automatic variant for military markets, and a semi-automatic variant for civilian markets.) Aeroknox Aeroknox XM556 (US – Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Akdal Arms Pistols Akdal Ghost TR-01 (Republic of Turkey – Akdal Arms – 1990 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum: Turkish semi-automatic pistol with many similarities to the Austrian semi-automatic Glock 17 pistol.) Shotguns Akdal MKA 1919 (Republic of Turkey – Akdal Arms – 2006 – Semi-Automatic Shotgun – 12 Gauge: Turkish semi-automatic shotgun that resembles the American Colt M16 assault rifle.) ALFA-PROJ Pistols ALFA Combat (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – 2003 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP: Semi-automatic pistol manufactured by ALFA-PROJ. Chambered in either 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP.) ALFA Defender (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – 2002 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP: Compact semi-automatic pistol manufactured by ALFA-PROJ. Chambered in either 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP.) Revolvers ALFA-PROJ Series ALFA (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .357 S&W Magnum: Series of Czech revolvers designed for use with law enforcement agencies, private security agencies, personal security units, and hunters.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3520 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3530 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3531 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3530 double-action revolver. Features a new finish, and new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3540 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3541 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3540 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3561 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3563 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA series of double-action revolvers. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) Series ALFA Steel (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 S&W Magnum) .22 Long Rifle Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .22 Long Rifle) ALFA-PROJ Model 2230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 2230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2263 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Features a 6-inch-long barrel, LPA sights, and has a 6-round cylinder capacity rather than the 9-round cylinder that the other models have.) .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire) ALFA-PROJ Model 2330 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2331 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 2330 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2341 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2361 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 2363 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire. Features a 6-inch-long barrel, LPA sights, and has a 6-round cylinder capacity rather than the 8-round cylinder that the other models have.) .32 S&W Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .32 S&W) ALFA-PROJ Model 3220 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3263 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .32 S&W. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) .38 Smith & Wesson Special Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) ALFA-PROJ Model 3820 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3830 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3831 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3830 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3840 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3841 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 3840 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3861 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 3863 Sport (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special: Sporting model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson Special. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and LPA sights.) 9mm Parabellum Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – 9×19mm Parabellum) ALFA-PROJ Model 9220 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Compact Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Compact-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 2-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9230 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 3-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9231 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Variant of the Czech ALFA-PROJ Model 9230 double-action revolver. Features new front and adjustable rear sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9241 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Full-length model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 4-inch-long barrel and fixed sights.) ALFA-PROJ Model 9261 (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum: Long-barreled model of the Czech Series ALFA Steel series of double-action revolvers chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. Features a 6-inch-long barrel and adjustable rear sights.) Series HOLEK (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolvers – Various) .22 Long Rifle and .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire) .32 S&W, .380 ALFA, .38 Smith & Wesson Special Models (Czech Republic – ALFA-PROJ – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – .32 S&W, .380 ALFA, .38 Smith & Wesson Special) AGM-1 (Italy – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .22 LR, 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP) Alejandro Sniper Rifle (Cuba – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) Akhgar machine gun (Iran – Gatling Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO) American Arms International Pistols American Arms PK22 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Submachine Guns American-180 (US – Submachine Gun – .22 LR, .22 Short Magnum) American SAR 180/275 (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .22 LR, .22 Short Magnum) Arcadia Machine and Tool Pistols AMT AutoMag (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .44 AMP) AMT AutoMag 440 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .440 Cor-Bon) AMT AutoMag II (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 WMR) AMT AutoMag III (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9mm Winchester Magnum, .30 Carbine) AMT AutoMag IV (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm IAI Magnum, .45 Winchester Magnum) AMT AutoMag V (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .50 Action Express) AMT Baby AutoMag (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) AMT Backup (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .22 LR, .357 SIG, .38 Super, .380 ACP, .40 S&W, .400 Cor-Bon, .45 ACP) AMT Hardballer (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Government (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Commando (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W) AMT Longslide (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Accelerator (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .400 Cor-Bon) AMT Javelina (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto) AMT Skipper (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP) AMT Lightning 25/22 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) AMT Magnum Hunter (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 WMR) AMT On-Duty (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) AO-31 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm: Prototype) AO-35 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm: Prototype) AO-38 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-40 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-44 (Soviet Union – Machine Pistol – 9×18mm Makarov) AO-46 (Soviet Union – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype) AO-62 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-63 (Soviet Union – Twin-Barreled Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-64 (Soviet Union – General Purpose Machine Gun – 6×49mm) AO-65 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AO-222 (Russia – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) Apache Revolver (France – Multi-Purpose Pinfire Revolver – 7mm, .27) APX 1895 (France – Gatling Gun – 8mm Lebel) Ares Defense Assault Rifles Ares Olin AIWS (US – Assault Rifle – 5mm) Machine Guns Ares Shrike (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares AAR (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares AAC (US – Compact Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Ares Shrike 03A (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) EXP-1 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype) EXP-2 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype) Ares Incorporated Assault Rifles Ares Olin AIWS (US – Assault Rifle – 5mm) Machine Guns ARES LMG-1 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Submachine Guns ARES FMG (US – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Arisaka Rifles Arisaka Type 30 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 30 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 35 Navy Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 44 Carbine (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 38 Cavalry Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Carbine – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 97 Sniper Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) KL .303 (Empire of Japan/Estonia – Bolt-Action Rifle – .303 British) Type I Rifle (Empire of Japan/Italy – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 99 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.7×58mm Arisaka) Arisaka Type 99 Sniper Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.7×58mm Arisaka) TERA Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Type 1 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka: Prototype) Type 2 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka) Type 100 Rifle (Empire of Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×50mm Arisaka: Prototype) Armaguerra Cremona Rifles Armaguerra Mod. 39 (Italy – semiautomatic rifle – 7.35 mm, 6.5 mm) Submachine Guns Armaguerra OG-43 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Armaguerra OG-44 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) FNAB-43 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Isotta Fraschini (mitra) (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) TZ-45 (Italy – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) ArmaLite Rifles Armalite AR-5 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .22 Hornet) Armalite AR-7 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armalite AR-7 Explorer (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armalite AR-7 Explorer (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Armalite AR-10 (US – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10A2 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) ArmaLite AR-10A4 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10B (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10T (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-10 LMG (US – Light-Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Prototype) Armalite AR-14 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .243 Winchester, .358 Winchester) Armalite AR-15 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite M15A2 National Match (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-16 (US – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armalite AR-18 (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-18K (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-18S (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-180 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-180B (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-100 Armalite AR-101 (US – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-102 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-103 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-104 (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armalite AR-24 (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24/15 (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24/15C (US/Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24K/13 (US/Turkey – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-24K/13C (US/Turkey – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm) Armalite AR-50 (US – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .416 Barrett, .50 BMG) Armalite AR-30 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-30A1 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-31 (US – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua) Armalite AR-50A1 (US – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .416 Barrett, .50 BMG) Armalon Rifles Armalon BGR (UK – Bolt-Action Rifle – .243 Winchester, 7.62mm NATO, & .300 Winchester Magnum) Armalon PC (UK – Bolt-Action Carbine – 9×19mm Parabellum, .38 Super, .357 Magnum, .40 S&W, 10mm Norma, .41 Action Express, .41 Magnum, .44 Magnum, .45 ACP, & .50 Action Express) Armalon PR (UK – Bolt-Action Rifle – 5.56mm NATO & 7.62mm NATO) Armi Jager Rifles Adler AP70 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler AP85 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler FAMAS 22 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .22 LR) Adler T-26 (Italy – Semi-Auto Rifle – .30-06) Armitage Arms Pen Gun (AOW – .25 ACP) Armscor Pistols Armscor M200 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M202 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M206 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Armscor M210 (Philippines – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Rifles Armscor AK 47 22 (Philippines – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armscor M16 22 (Philippines – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Armscor M1700 (Philippines – Bolt-Action Rifle – .17 HMR) Armsel Striker (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Armsel Proteca (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Armsel Proteca Bulldog (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge) Arms Tech Limited Pistols Arms Tech OSS High Standard (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR) Rifles Arms Tech AT 10/22 QD (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR) Arms Tech COMPAK-16 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech Recon Rifle (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech SBA 2000 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Arms Tech Super Match Interdiction Rifle (US – Sniper Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum) Arms Tech TTR-50 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .50 BMG) Arms Tech TTR-700 (US – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Arms Tech USR (US – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Arms Tech USR-K (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Armtech Rifles Armtech FAL SAS (Netherlands – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armtech HK51 (Netherlands – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Armtech SMOLT (Netherlands/US – Double-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum) Arquebus (Various Countries – Matchlock Firearm – Various Calibers) Arsenal AD Machine Guns Arsenal LMG (Bulgaria – Light Machine Gun – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal LMG-F (Bulgaria – Light Machine Gun – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal MG (Bulgaria – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR) Pistols Arsenal P-M02 (Bulgaria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Rifles Arsenal AR-1 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-1F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M1 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M1F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M2 (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M2F (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M4SF (Bulgaria – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M9 (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-M9F (Bulgaria – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal AR-SF (Bulgaria – Carbine – 5.45×39mm, 7.62×39mm) Arsenal SLR-95 (Bulgaria – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm) Submachine Guns Arsenal Shipka (Bulgaria – Submachine Gun – 9×18mm Makarov, 9×19mm Parabellum) ASAI ONE-PRO 45 (Switzerland – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .400 Cor-Bon, .45 ACP) ASAI ONE-PRO 9 (Switzerland – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Ascaso Pistol (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×23mm Largo: Astra 400 Copy) Aserma ADP Mk II (South Africa – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) ASP Pistol (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra Arms Pistols Astra 200 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .25 ACP: FN Model 1906 Clone) Astra 400 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×23mm Largo) Astra 300 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra 600 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra 800 Condor (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra 900 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser: Mauser C96 copy) Astra 900E (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 900F (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 901 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 902 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 903 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 904 (Spain – Machine Pistol – 7.63×25mm Mauser) Astra 904E (Spain – Machine Pistol – 9×23mm Largo) Astra 960 (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Astra 1921 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .25 ACP) Astra 4000 Falcon (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra A-50 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra A-60 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP) Astra A-70 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W) Astra A-75 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) Astra A-80 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.65×21mm Parabellum, 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×23mm Largo, .38 Super, .45 ACP) Astra A-90 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra A-100 (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) Astra Cadix (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .38 Smith & Wesson Special) Astra Cub (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Short, .25 ACP) Astra Constable (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP) Astra Firefox (Spain – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum) Astra Police (Spain – Double-Action Revolver – .357 Magnum) Submachine Guns Modelo 1921 MAF (Spain – Submachine Gun – 9×23mm Largo: Prototype) Austen Submachine Gun (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Austen Mk I (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Austen Mk II (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Australian Automatic Arms Rifles Australian Automatic Arms SAR (Australia – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SAC (Australia – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SAP (Australia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian Automatic Arms SP (Australia – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) Australian International Arms Rifles Australian International Arms No 4 Mk 4 (Australia – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian International Arms M10-A1 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×39mm) Australian International Arms M10-A2 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×39mm) Australian International Arms M10-B1 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester) Australian International Arms M10-B2 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester) Australian International Arms M42 (Australia – Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian International Arms No. 4 Mk IV T (Australia – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) Australian Military Weapon Designations Machine Guns F2A2 (Australia – Light Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Licensed Production Bren Light Machine Gun) F89 Minimi (Australia – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO: Licensed Production FN Minimi) Rifles F88 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Licensed Production Steyr AUG) F88C Austeyr (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A1 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A1C Austeyr (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88S-A2 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) EF88 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F90 Austeyr (Australia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Export Variant) F90 Close Quarters Battle (Australia – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO) F90 Grenadier (Australia – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO, 40×46mm SR Grenade) F90 Marksman (Australia – Designated Marksman Rifle Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO) F88T Austeyr (Australia – Training Rifle – .22 LR) F88S GLA (Australia – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO, 40×46mm SR Grenade) SR-98 (Commonwealth of Australia/United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Australian Defence Force/Accuracy International – 2001 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Australian variant of the British Accuracy International Arctic Warfare. Features a threaded, free floating barrel, an adjustable bipod, and a customized folding stock. Replaced the Parker Hale M82 bolt-action sniper rifles in service with the Australian Defence Force.) Submachine Guns F1 Submachine Gun (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum) Auto-Ordnance Rifles Thompson Autorifle (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×54mmR, .276 Pedersen, .30–'06: Prototype) Thompson Light Rifle (US – Assault Rifle – .30 Carbine: Prototype) Submachine Guns Thompson Submachine Gun (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson .30 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .30 Carbine: Prototype) Annihilator (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP: Prototype) Thompson M1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1A1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1919 (US – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP, .45 ACP: Prototype) Thompson M1921 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1921AC (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1923 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 Remington-Thompson: Prototype) Thompson M1927 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1927A1 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1927A3 (US – Carbine – .22 LR) Thompson M1927A5 (US – Carbine – .45 ACP) Thompson M1928 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Thompson M1928A1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP) Persuader (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP: Prototype) AVB-7.62 (Soviet Union – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AB-5.45 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm) AB-7.62 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm) LCZ B20 (Czech Republic – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) AVS-36 (Soviet Union – 1936 – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AVS-36 Sniper Variant (Soviet Union – 1936 – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR) AWC Systems Technology Pistols AWC Amphibian II (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR: Modified Ruger Mk II) Rifles AWC Centurion (US – Integrally Suppressed Bolt-Action Carbine – .45 ACP: Modified De Lisle carbine) AWC Ultra II (US – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 LR: Modified Ruger 10/22 copy) AWC G2 (US – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Bullpup Conversion of M14) AWC G2A (US – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO) AWC G2FA (US – Automatic Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
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2017.07.02 09:37 iminterestingplease Part 15

It's speeding up again guys.
Add-On: Do you remember the letters in Corvette being connected?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwSpiiTvXT0
3152.(Juice Logo change.)Do you remember the R and D being connected in Old Orchard?
https://oldorchard.com/
3153.(Pizza Place Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in Pizza Hut?(Do you remember a dash?)(Was the dot in the I a normal dot?)
http://cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net/96db5954e6d23da2095cbacf46354488.jpg
3154.(Clothing Store Logo change.)Do you remember the R and the As being different in Prada?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b8/Prada-Logo.svg/2000px-Prada-Logo.svg.png
3155.(Insurance Company Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in Aflac?(Do you remember the A being different in the other logo?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aflac
3156.(Famous Author name change.)Stephanie MeyeStephenie Meyer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmBs-E6hMow
3157.(Beer Logo change.)Do you remember the Tecate logo being different?
https://tecatebeerusa.com/
3158.(Hot Sauce Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Tapatío being connected?(Was it Tapatio?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tapat%C3%ADo_hot_sauce
3159.(T.V. Channel Logo change.)Do you remember the T in TBS not having the left side cut off?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TBS_(U.S._TV_channel)
3160.(Mayonnaise Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Best Foods not having the left side cut off?
http://www.bestfoods.com/product/detail/96361/real-mayonnaise
Add-On: Does the Mazda logo look off?(Were the letters not connected?)(Was the Z different?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CmppErSq48
3161.(Vitamin Logo change.)Do you remember the F in Vitafusion not having the left side cut off?
http://www.gummyvites.com/en/vitafusion
Add-On: Do you remember the A and R being connected in Sara Lee?(Does the L look off?)(Were the Es connected and slanted?)
http://saraleedesserts.com/
3162.(Album Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in War?
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/718hQfjBzEL._SL1500_.jpg
3163.(Tool Company Logo change.)Do you remember the K and Y being connected in Husky?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Husky_(tools)
Add-On: Do you remember the E and X being connected in Carmex?
https://www.mycarmex.com/
3164.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the W and H being connected in White Rain?(Were the Is different?)
http://www.whiterain.com/
3165.(Cleaning Product Logo change.)Do you remember the J and A being connected in Ajax?(Were the As different?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_(cleaning_product)
3166.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember spiders having jewel-like reflective eyes?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfN05fJKPFg
3167.(Spelling change.)Villify/Vilify
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR1mN5ZzCCQ
3168.(App Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Tinder not having the left side cut off?(Was the E not slanted?)(Does the dot in the I look off?)(Do any of the other letters look off?)
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8a/Logo-Tinder.svg/1200px-Logo-Tinder.svg.png
3169.(Snack Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Lunchables being connected?
http://www.lunchablesparents.com/-/media/lunchablesparents/com/images/en/reskin/with-drink/00673_trkyched_052214_4.ashx
3170.(Lunch Meat Logo change.)Does the dot in the I in Deli Fresh look off to you?(Do you remember the I and F being connected?)
http://www.oscarmayer.com/-/media/oscarmayecold-cuts/products/00044700072806.ashx?h=500&la=en&w=500&hash=CE010EC8C3D203E5F38F58A67F9920C7CFD61047
http://prod-cdn.thekrazycouponlady.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Screen-Shot-2013-04-26-at-7.00.07-AM.png
Add-On: Does the S look off in Oscar Mayer?(Do you remember the Y being connected to the line around Oscar Mayer?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/98/Oscar_Mayer_logo.svg/1200px-Oscar_Mayer_logo.svg.png
3171.(Pet Food Logo change.)Do you remember the D and I, and G and R being connected in Pedigree?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedigree_Petfoods
3172.(Toy Quote change.)"My name is talking Tina and I don't like you."/"My name is talky Tina and I don't like you."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvZDYt5KLys
Add-On: Do you remember Crest Tartar Control instead of Crest Tartar Protection?
https://crest.com/en-us/products/crest-tartar-protection-toothpaste
3173.(T.V. Show Logo change.)Do you remember a line coming off the B in The Cosby Show?(Do you remember lines coming off the Hs?)
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/M/[email protected]@._V1_UY1200_CR84,0,630,1200_AL_.jpg
3174.(Music Lyrics change.)"Ain't nobody gonna break my stride, ain't nobody gonna hold me down."/"Ain't nobody gonna break my stride, ain't nobody gonna slow me down."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPpRJ-uj2zQ
3175.(T.V. Show Logo change.)Does the F in Fame look off?(Do you remember the letters being connected?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O32T-nGF5eY
3176.(Music Lyrics change.)"Keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel."/"Keep your eyes on the road, your hand upon the wheel."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZSmhoobFCw
Add-On: Do you remember the L in Life cereal being straight instead of having a curve?(Do you remember the other logo having the letters close together and overlapping?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLQ0LZSnJFE
http://www.seriouseats.com/assets_c/2013/11/20131105-life-cereal-box-closeup-primary-thumb-1500xauto-363864.jpg
Add-On: Do you remember the L and D being connected in Gold 'N Soft?
https://i5.walmartimages.com/as5a9d17c3-47aa-40ff-b66c-982a314a360a_1.fa40fb511b4e26c16a69afd8c274e3bf.jpeg?odnHeight=450&odnWidth=450&odnBg=FFFFFF
3177.(Sunscreen Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Coppertone not having the left side cut off?(Do any of the other letters look off?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coppertone_(sunscreen)
3178.(Music Lyrics change.)"They were four men living all together, but they were all alone."/"They were four men living all together, yet they were all alone."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnlbF9MhLYY
3179.(Book Quote change.)"Would you eat it in a house? Would you eat it with a mouse?"/"Would you like it in a house? Would you like it with a mouse?"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjPUdksjzlc
3180.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember each month only having one birthstone?(Do you remember which one it was?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIoB20OgqZ8
3181.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember an island forming in the Bermuda Triangle?
http://www.newsweek.com/bermuda-triangle-shelly-island-virgina-630458
3182.(City name change.)Ithica, New York/Ithaca, New York
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ithaca,_New_York
3183.(Can't think of a title.)Do the mustaches on the king cards look off to you?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiYb0SvNWtk
3184.(Cereal Logo change.)Does the E in Mini Wheats look off to you?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFXbHfbGO-0
3185.(Music Lyrics change.)"This could be Heaven or this could be Hell."/"This could be Heaven and this could be Hell."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KvxP6uIDno
3186.(Cosmetics Logo change.)Do you remember the F in E.L.F not having the left side cut off?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eyes_Lips_Face
3187.(Weight Loss Supplement Logo change.)Do you remember the F and T in SlimFast not having the left side cut off?
https://slimfast.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/SlimFast-Plan-Logo.png
Add-On: Do you remember the A and N in OxiClean being connected?(Was it Oxi Clean?)
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4f/OxiClean_logo.png
Add-On: Do you remember the F, R, U, C and T in Garnier Fructis being connected?(Did the E in Garnier have a full line?)
https://smedia.webcollage.net/rwvfp/wc/cp/23391697/module/garnie_cp/products/1476389236068/tab-e59bc4a1-ea33-433d-abe6-9a5d3ee473ad/fa4e6f91-0d82-4b18-9861-451ab20e578d.png.web.png
3188.(T.V. Show Logo change.)Do you remember the first E, X and T being connected in Dexter?
https://repasoenserie.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/29bae-dexter8.jpg
3189.(Frozen Food Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in the Stouffer's logos?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stouffer's
3190.(Energy Drink Logo change.)Do you remember the Rs on the star in the Rockstar logo not having open lines?
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/d1/4e/e6/d14ee687d1cbc9a5d179dbc92e17e333.jpg
3191.(Flour Logo change.)Do you remember the A in ADM having a full line instead of a dot?
https://www.webstaurantstore.com/images/products/main/171958/365228/dominator-high-gluten-wheat-flour-50-lb.jpg
3192.(T.V. Channel Logo change.)Do you remember the T and V in HGTV being connected?
https://www.finder.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/HGTV.jpg
Add-On: Do you remember "No, Luke, I am your father."
https://images-cdn.9gag.com/photo/86969_700b_v1.jpg
3193.(Hotel Logo change.)Do you remember the A in Conrad Hotel having a line?(Do you remember the line in the R being complete?)
http://newsroom.hilton.com/assets/HWW/images/mediakit/CN_mk_logo_conradgolddwnld.jpg
3194.(Can't think of a title.)Does Warren G in Regulate sound off to you?(Do his vocals seem shorter than before?)
https://youtube.com/watch?v=1plPyJdXKIY
Add-On: Do you remember the O in Rayovac having a lightning bolt in it?
http://momwitha.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/rayovac-logo.jpg
3195.(BBQ Sauce Logo change.)Do you remember the A and B, and R and A being connected in Sweet Baby Ray's?
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61QMMMUmo0L._SL1000_.jpg
3196.(Chip Logo change.)Do you remember the K, first E and L and Ts being connected in Kettle?
https://images.jet.com/md5/7ff89598710dbe869b8a6fee2acbf587.1500
3197.(Board Game Logo change.)Do you remember the R, A and B being connected in Scrabble?(Do you remember the letters overlapping in the other logo?)(Was the E not drawn like a 3 in the other logo?)
http://is2.mzstatic.com/image/thumb/Purple111/v4/58/ad/b2/58adb262-0f18-1c35-2c38-d22328494ac5/source/1200x630bb.jpg
https://espnfivethirtyeight.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/scrabble-proper-nouns.jpg?quality=90&strip=info&w=575&ssl=1
3198.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the A in the @ symbol not connecting to the circle and the circle being complete?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/88/At_sign.svg/2000px-At_sign.svg.png
Add-On: Do you remember the O in Malt O Meal not looking like a 6?(Was it Malt O Meal, Malt-O Meal, Malt O-Meal or Malt-O-Meal?)
https://i5.walmartimages.com/as11e4f847-97f8-430d-a11f-93219605135b_1.e471e537140ce7182f9fc009090a111f.jpeg?odnHeight=450&odnWidth=450&odnBg=FFFFFF
3199.(Dishwasher Detergent Logo change.) Do you remember the F and I being connected in Finish?(Was the other dot in the other I not red and glowing?)(Did the F not have the left side cut off?)
https://smedia.webcollage.net/rwvfp/wc/cp/21602130/module/finish/_cp/products/1330375779529/tab-a228ff63-061b-4a8a-a69b-6e6085eea318/5d1ee477-41ef-4216-a3f3-3469da0d2661.jpg.w960.jpg
Add-On: Do you remember the R having a closed line in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?(Does the J look off?)(Does the S look off?)
http://www.playmatestoys.com/uploads/brand/TMNT_brandsplash_712.jpg
Add-On: Do you remember the Q in Qdoba having an open top?(Did the O have an open top?)(Did the A have an open top?)(Were the B and A connected?)
https://opendoor.asu.edu/sites/default/files/qdoba.jpg
3200.(Auto Service Company Logo change.)Do you remember the M and I, and A and S being connected in Midas?(Does the dot in the I look off?)
https://www.midas.com/Content/Images/icons/midascc_chip.png
3201.(Tampon Logo change.)Do you remember the T and A, and A and X being connected in Tampax?(Were the E and A, and R and L connected in Pearl?)(Did the Ps and Rs have closed lines?)
http://www.dollargeneral.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/700x700/e9c3970ab036de70892d86c6d221abfe/0/0/00689605.jpeg
3202.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the L and A, and N and T being connected in Planters?
http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/logopedia/images/d/db/Planters_logo_2008.png/revision/latest?cb=20100212193606
3203.(Video Game Logo change.)Do you remember the A in Half-Life being normal?
http://logok.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Half-Life-logotype-1024x819.png
3204.(T.V. Show Logo change.)Do you remember the second A in Stargate SG-1 being normal?
https://ib3.hulu.com/show_key_art/1861?size=1600x600®ion=US
3205.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the As in Atlantis: The Lost Empire not being upside down Vs?
https://ladygeekgirl.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/atlantis-the-lost-empire.jpg
3206.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the A in Atkins not being an upside down V?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atkins_(company)
3207.(Band Logo change.)Do you remember Angels & Airwaves not having upside down Vs as As?
http://fungyung.com/data/out/5/63014549-angels-and-airwaves-wallpapers.jpeg
3208.(Band Logo change.)Do you remember Dream Theater not having upside down Vs as As?(Were the letters not connected?)
https://www.metal-archives.com/images/3/7/37_logo.jpg?3556
3209.(Band Logo change.)Do you remember Aucifer not having an upside down V for an A?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucifer_(Japanese_band)
3210.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the Os in Banjo The Woodpile Cat being connected?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banjo_the_Woodpile_Cat
3211.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Stuart Little being connected?
https://yt3.ggpht.com/e9uyPu5q40aSxuSgsIjawWTBqQfFmd4hqdEy0tVe8oh_mRdYLq7I_U_nrNbzPR4TKvg0bYzoNITqU5rA60s=s900-nd-c-c0xffffffff-rj-k-no
3212.(T.V. Show Logo change.)Do you remember the A and R in The Lion Guard being connected?
http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/lionguard/images/f/f4/Logo_the_lion_guard.png/revision/latest?cb=20150302153558
3213.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the N and T in Antz being connected?(Was it Ants?)
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/91RPLqN1u0L._SL1500_.jpg
3214.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in The Land Before Time being connected?
http://seveninchesofyourtime.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/landbeforetime.jpg
3215..(Grocery Store Logo change.)Does the font of Trader Joe's look off to you?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trader_Joe%27s
3216.(Antivirus Company Logo change.)Do you remember the R and T in Norton being connected?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6d/Norton_av_logo.png
Add-On: Do you remember the letters in FedEx not being as close together as they are now?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSfjqaX1MYc
Add-On: Do you remember the Amazon logo having a capital A?
http://media.corporate-ir.net/media_files/IROL/17/176060/img/logos/amazon_logo_RGB.jpg
3217.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the Bent Pyramid being a thing?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bent_Pyramid
Add-On: Do you remember the K having a cut in it in Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2?(Black Ops 3?)
http://cdn2-www.gamerevolution.com/assets/uploads/gallery/1041_call-of-duty-black-ops-2/original.jpg
3218.(Video Game Logo change.)Do you remember the As and Ks being different in certain Mario Kart logos?(Were the letters not connected in certain logos?)(Did the Rs have closed lines in certain logos?)(There are many.)
http://cdn02.nintendo-europe.com/media/images/10_share_images/games_15/nintendo_ds_22/SI_NDS_MarioKartDS.jpg
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-dpSikMmYpCo/VADwhDoUDSI/AAAAAAAAANY/s9F6A6OpCGU/s1600/mario%2Bkart%2B64.jpg
http://mariokart8.nintendo.com/wiiu/img/fbook.jpg
http://mariokart7.nintendo.com/_ui/img/misc/box-art.jpg
3219.(Electronics Company Logo change.)Do you remember the R in RCA having a closed line?(Was the A not an upside down V?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RCA
3220.(Album Cover Logo change.)Do you remember Taio Cruz having an upside down V for an A on his album covers?(There are many.)
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3e/Taio_Cruz_-_Dynamite_%28Official_Single_Cover%29.jpg
https://lastfm-img2.akamaized.net/i300x300/3d1967f41aa5466ea8a987f1d63cd7de.jpg
http://www.mobo.com/sites/default/files/images/news/taio-cruz_1.jpg
http://cps-static.rovicorp.com/3/JPG_500/MI0003/112/MI0003112042.jpg?partner=allrovi.com
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/e/e2/Taio_Cruz_Featuring_Luciana_-_Come_On_Girl.jpg/220px-Taio_Cruz_Featuring_Luciana_-_Come_On_Girl.jpg
3221.(Video Game Logo change.)Do you remember the A in Overwatch not being an upside down V?(Does the O look off?)(Does the E look off?)(Did the R have a closed line?)(Does the C look off?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overwatch_(video_game)
Add-On: Do you remember the letters in the Transformers logos being connected?(Were there upside down V styled As in the sub texts?)
http://www.pngall.com/transformers-logo-png
https://img0.etsystatic.com/138/0/11483243/il_340x270.859377274_a1ha.jpg
http://thesource.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/00000000Transformers-The-Last-Knight-Poster.jpg
http://static.rogerebert.com/uploads/movie/movie_postetransformers-dark-of-the-moon-2011/large_sZY3ls18QTY0pFBJn2vl2MmauTQ.jpg
http://static.rogerebert.com/uploads/movie/movie_postetransformers-revenge-of-the-fallen-2009/large_kVISXAXDYhjQCfu50QZeCCzzbPv.jpg
3222.(Video Game Logo change.)Do you remember the A in No Man's Sky not being an upside down V?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Man's_Sky
3223.(Album Cover Logo change.)Do you remember David Guetta having an upside down V for an A on his album covers?(Were the letters connected on certain album covers?)(There are many.)
http://davidguetta.com/sites/default/files/listen.jpg
http://cps-static.rovicorp.com/3/JPG_500/MI0003/221/MI0003221683.jpg?partner=allrovi.com
http://static.djbooth.net/pics-tracks/davidguetta-dangerous.jpg
https://a.cdn.miamimusicweek.com/production/event/222/image/David-Guetta-LIV.jpg
3224.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Abarth cars being a thing?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abarth
3225.(Website Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Cracked.com being connected?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cracked.com
3226.(Butter Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Country Crock being connected?(Did the Rs not have lines coming out of the left?)(Were the Cs different?)
http://www.countrycrock.com/
3227.(Pizza Logo change.)Do you remember the R and E, and A and R being connected in Red Baron?(Were the Rs not curved at the bottom right?)
http://mms.businesswire.com/media/20160211006126/en/508908/5/Red_Baron_Logo.jpg
3228.(Pizza Logo change.)Do you remember the Ts and A in Freschetta being connected?(Do the letters look off?)(Were the Rs not curved at the bottom right?)(Were the letters not connected in the sub text?)
http://www.freschetta.com/images/brick-oven/img-products-indiv-brick-oven-3-meat.jpg
3229.(Popsicle Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Otter Pops being connected?(Do the letters look off?)
http://mms.businesswire.com/media/20160822005180/en/540269/5/Otter_Pops_logo_highres.jpg
Add-On: Do you remember the T not having the left side cut off in The Godfather?(Did the F not have the left side cut off?)(Were the Es not slanted?)(Does the G look off?)(Does his face look off?)(Does the rose look off?)(Were the puppet strings not there?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Godfather
3230.(Commercial Quote change.)"Milk does the body good."/"Milk does a body good."/"Milk, it does a body good."/"Milk, it does the body good."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epZ4k_nPhFU
3231.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the To The Struggle Against World Terrorism being a thing?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/To_the_Struggle_Against_World_Terrorism
Add-On: Do you remember the letters in Bethesda being so close together?
http://kaijupop.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Bethesda-Logo.jpg
3232.(Video Game Company Logo change.)Do you remember the 2 and K being connected in 2K Games?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/88/2K-Games-Logo.svg/1200px-2K-Games-Logo.svg.png
3233.(Clothing Company Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Starter being connected?(Do the letters look off?)(Do you remember the large S not looking a backwards Z?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starter_Clothing_Line
3234.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Vudu being connected and overlapping?(Do the letters look off?)
https://slickdeals.net/attachment/2/3/7/6/5/6/5162908.attach
Add-On: Do you remember the second T in Advance Auto Parts not almost having the left side cut off?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/73/Logo_of_Advance_Auto_Parts.svg/2000px-Logo_of_Advance_Auto_Parts.svg.png
3235.(Nutrition Bar Logo change.)Do you remember the A being normal in LUNA?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/a/a9/LUNA_Bar_logo.svg/1280px-LUNA_Bar_logo.svg.png
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71TrqbaZg1L._SL1500_.jpg
3236.(Gluten Company Logo change.)Do you remember the U and D being connected in Udi's?
http://smp.businesswire.com/sites/smp.newshq.businesswire.com/files/logo/image/LogoUdis.jpg
3237.(Propane Company Logo change.)Do you remember the holes in the As and E in AmeriGas being different?(Were the letters not as close together?)
https://www.orlandoservefoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/AmeriGas-NEW.jpg
3238.(Tortilla Company Logo change.)Do you remember the Ss in Mission looking like backwards Zs?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mission_Foods
3239.(Tissue Company Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Surpass being connected?
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/81UbsLRUqCL._SL1500_.jpg
3240.(Urinal Company Logo change.)Do you remember the I in Fikes not being a person?
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/562fcc07e4b02d5cd6860426/t/57f3ed36ff7c50ff7cb7fe95/1475603829701/__MG_0762-Edit-min.jpg?format=2500w
Add-On: Do you remember the letters in Clorox Xtra Blue being connected?(Do you remember Extra Blue?)
https://i5.walmartimages.com/as2e9d3cc7-24bb-4ef6-8119-20ef1aa0690f_1.afc627716601f4ebf4590f2110269a3b.jpeg
3241.(Fictional Character name change.)Sweet Pea/Swee Pea/Swee'Pea
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swee'Pea
3242.(T.V. Show Quote change.)"Same bat time. Same bat channel."/"Same bat time. Same bat station."/"Same channel. Same time."(Was it another quote you remember?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUcb_hEbtU8
3243.(T.V. Show Logo change.)Do you remember the A in Paw Patrol being normal?
http://thinkhousedev.com/images/uploads/1717/paw_patrol_updated_website_banner__artist-large.png
Add-On: Do you remember the O and A being normal in The Boss Baby?
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/tquIfapGVqs/maxresdefault.jpg
3244.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the Great Red Spot being on Mars instead of Jupiter?(If it was on Jupiter, was it called the Eye Of Jupiter?)
https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/jupiter-s-great-red-spot-a-swirling-mystery/
Add-On: Do you remember the S, U and S being so close in Asus?
https://www.androidcentral.com/sites/androidcentral.com/files/styles/large/public/topic_images/2014/asus_logo.png?itok=DBKhMSqH
3245.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in A Christmas Story being connected?(Was the O not a wreath?)(Do the letters look off?)
http://salemweeklynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/four-christmases-2008-RAIGcQ-clipart-1.jpg
3246.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the O in Wonderful in The Wonderful Company not being a heart?(Do the letters in Roll Global look off?)(Was the O not a globe?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wonderful_Company
3247.(Food Dehydrator Logo change.)Do you remember the O in Dehydro being normal?
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/91-DB5ghccL._SL1500_.jpg
3248.(Tablet Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Sprout Cubby being connected?
https://i5.walmartimages.com/as743636e8-235b-41b6-ba08-870081602b24_1.e527dc85cef772778347db2723f6ba73.jpeg
3249.(Orange Company Logo change.)Do you remember the O in Halos being normal?(Were the E and S in Pure Goodness not touching?)
http://mms.businesswire.com/media/20150205006729/en/452085/5/halos_logo_hisres_highres.jpg
3250.(Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Vote being connected?(Did the T not have the left side cut off?)
https://kcts9.org/sites/default/files/images/hero/stamp_vote_image_hero.jpg
3251.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Credit Karma not having the left side cut off?(Was the E not slanted?)(It wasn't like this in the 2016 logo recently.)
https://creditkarmacdn-a.akamaihd.net/ckfiles.com/assets/979143234580/res/img/facebook/facebook_share.png
3252.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the letter of the model not being in cursive on older Infiniti cars?(Was it Infinity?)
https://dudazps6njn84.cloudfront.net/00/s/OTAwWDE2MDA=/z/XvcAAOSw7GRZEJ~b/$_57.JPG?set_id=8800005007
3253.(Famous Actress name change.)Tia Carrera/Tia Carrere(Other spellings?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tia_Carrere
3254.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the A being normal in Are?(Was the R not cut off?)(Was the E not slanted and did it have a closed line?)(Company from Finland.)
https://jps.fi/media/images/2016/01/19/are.jpg
Add-On: Do you remember the P and R having closed lines in Powerade?(Did the R in Zero in Powerade Zero have a closed line?)
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/81cIzqVyxjL._SL1500_.jpg
3255.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the A in Toyota Camry not being a triangle?(Were the letters not connected in the other logos?)
https://www.brandsoftheworld.com/sites/default/files/styles/logo-thumbnail/public/0020/2909/brand.gif?itok=-IKt0haG
https://www.brandsoftheworld.com/sites/default/files/styles/logo-thumbnail/public/0010/1240/brand.gif?itok=fYsVAcyi
https://seeklogo.com/images/C/Camry-logo-088ADD8861-seeklogo.com.gif
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-XwBs8hv9NIs/TlZ3g3phMsI/AAAAAAAAA-o/CQu_6Gn54og/s1600/toyota+camry+logo.jpg
3256.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the A in KIA Spectra not being a triangle?(Anything else off?)
http://cdn.faxonautoliterature.com/Assets/ProductImages/2003KiaSpectraORM.jpg
http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_images/3/2478/3701/31194350115_large.jpg
3257.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the R in KIA Sorento not having a cut in it?
http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MzQxWDY4MA==/z/DaoAAOSwrklVKb1U/$_1.JPG
3258.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the P and O in KIA Sportage not being connected?(Did the S look different?)(Was the line in the P closed?)(Anything else off?)
http://www.carmodelslist.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/kia-sportage-logo.jpg
http://www.dsf.my/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Sportage-2WD-logoBLACK-01.jpg
http://autoorionkia.com/img/modelos/logomodelos/logoSportageRevolution.png
3259.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the T in KIA Picanto not having the left side cut off?(Did the P have a closed line?)(Was the dot in the I normal?)(Were the other letters different?)
http://cartype.com/pics/1626/full/picanto_logo_1.jpg
3260.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the R in KIA Rio not having an opening in the R?(Were the letters connected in the other logo?)(Anything else off?)
http://www.kiatrinidad.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Rio-Logo-.jpg
http://cartype.com/pics/1626/full/kia_rio_logotype.jpg
3261.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the P in KIA Optima not having an opening?(Anything else off?)
http://cartype.com/pics/1626/full/kia_optima_logo_12.jpg
http://www.mein-optima.de/typo3conf/ext/local/Resources/Public/images/logo-optima.png
http://cdn2.bigcommerce.com/server1500/ac84d/products/968/images/2078/Kia_-_Optima_Logo__76414.1325696828.380.380.jpg?c=2
http://cartype.com/pics/1626/full/kia_optima_logotype.jpg
https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0229/9049/t/12/assets/logo.png?765409986902317643
3262.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in KIA Soul being connected?(Do any of the letters look off?)
http://www.kiasoulforums.com/attachments/central/4388d1308320195-soul-club-ontario-decal-soulco.jpg
3263.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the V and E in KIA Venga being connected?(Anything else off?)
https://logosave.com/images/large/6/kia-venga-logo.gif
https://www.brandsoftheworld.com/sites/default/files/styles/logo-thumbnail/public/0016/2164/brand.gif?itok=BrUn7nvF
3264.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in KIA Forte being connected?(Anything else off?)
http://cartype.com/pics/1626/full/kia_forte_logo_12.jpg
3265.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you rememeber the letters in KIA Cerato being connected?(Anything else off?)
http://www.kia.com.eg/vehicles/cerato-koup/images/logo980.jpg
3266.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in KIA Carens being connected?(Anything else off?)
https://seeklogo.com/images/K/Kia_carens-logo-7CB3BCAAAF-seeklogo.com.gif
http://www.kia.com.eg/vehicles/carens/Images/logo980.jpg
3267.(Car Model Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in KIA Pro-Ceed being connected?(Anything else off?)
https://www.brandsoftheworld.com/sites/default/files/styles/logo-thumbnail/public/0021/3964/brand.gif?itok=oourkh98
3268.(Cable Company Logo change.)Does the I in Dish Network look off to you?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1e/Dish_Network_logo_2012.svg/1200px-Dish_Network_logo_2012.svg.png
3269.(Company Logo change.)Do the letters in Hopper look off to you?(Were they not cut off?)(Is the O off?)(Is Sling off?)
http://about.dish.com/sites/dishnetwork.newshq.businesswire.com/files/image/image/Hopper_with_Sling_Logo_4C.png
http://www.businessofapps.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Logo-Coral-Horizontal.png
Add-On: Do you remember the A and N in Hanes being connected?
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/f/f0/Hanes-logo.svg/1200px-Hanes-logo.svg.png
3270.(Commercial Quote change.)"This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs."/"This is your brain. This is drugs. This is your brain on drugs."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8pzwbUIKj8
3271.(Beer name change.)Hennessey/Hennessy
http://cdn2.bigcommerce.com/server4900/7a906/images/stencil/original/products/164/571/hennessy_vs_375__43834.1334009860.jpg?c=2
3272.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in The Fox And The Hound?
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/29/2d/29/292d29cb0c7f3a57f05a71df5e274d0b--walt-disney-disney-films.jpg
3273.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in Pooh's Grand Adventure?
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51VW943MPCL.jpg
3274.(Movie Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in The Great Mouse Detective?
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/616YZmCFKjL._SX342_.jpg
3275.(Cracker Logo change.)Do you remember the W and N being connected in Town House?
https://0bb8856ba8259ec33e3d-a40599a114f3a4c6d0979c3ffe0b2bf5.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com/0030100100550_CL_hyvee_default_large.jpeg
3276.(Cracker Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in Club?
https://h2savecom.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/ad161.jpg
3277.(Graham Cracker Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in Annie's?
http://groundedparents.com/files/2015/09/Annies_Homegrown_Logo.jpg
3278.(Cookie Logo change.)Do you remember the l and A being connected in Milano?(Were the letters in Pepperidge Farm not connected?)
https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/524266325128921088/J34tSa5f_400x400.jpeg
3279.(Biscuit Logo change.)Do you remember the T and A being connected in belVita?(Was the V not capital?)(Was the B capital?)(Does the dot in the I look off?)
https://www.whatfontis.com/post/1c24b0e8c8f846713871fec55b2ade1d_e5bfa5e5ae604e4693f05e563acde9f8.jpg
3280.(Cracker Logo change.)Do the dots in the Is in Triscuit look off to you?
https://i5.walmartimages.com/as0a48fa50-448d-4c7b-bb34-6b6213fbd90d_1.872ce85e4aa39e5c663772d26e39c063.jpeg?odnHeight=450&odnWidth=450&odnBg=FFFFFF
Add-On: Do you remember the letters in Twizzlers being crunched up and connected?
https://www.hersheys.com/is/image/content/dam/Twizzlers/en_us/products/34000_50223_001_Item_Front.png?wid=570&hei=570&fmt=png-alpha
3281.(Candy Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Red Hots not having the left side cut off?(Are any of the other letters off?)
http://www.redhots.com/globalassets/red-hots-final-header-logo.png
3282.(Hot Dog Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in Angus Beef Franks?(Were the letters not connected in Ball Park?)
https://i5.walmartimages.com/as2e2368af-9dbc-45dd-88d2-b69219f8ba9f_1.a87398761b29624a109bbeb595f29085.jpeg
3283.(Product Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in Topsy Turvy?(Was the U not upside down?)(Were the S and U not touching?)
http://www.imustgarden.com/media/catalog/product/t/o/topsy_turvy_upside-down_tomato_planter-3x.jpg
3284.(T.V. Channel Logo change.)Do you remember the F and X being connected in FX?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FX_(TV_channel)
3285.(T.V. Channel Logo change.)Do you remember the F, X and X being connected in FXX?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FXX
3286.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the letters being connected in Ozark Trail?(Did the Rs have closed lines?)(Did the As have normal lines?)
http://www.outdoormexico.com/images/logo/ozarktraillogo1.jpg
3287.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the A in Funai not being a triangle?
https://i5.walmartimages.com/as52e8d319-0d62-4f1e-9fba-b3c3bcce595c_1.86cd102f4a20fd96332d48ccf9172356.jpeg?odnHeight=450&odnWidth=450&odnBg=FFFFFF
3288.(Mouthwash Logo change.)Does the dot in the I in Aim look off?
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71Q68Vwat8L._SL1500_.jpg
3289.(Toothpaste Logo change.)Do you remember F in Aquafresh being different?
http://www.slicedesign.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/HeaderTransparent2.png
3290.(Dental Product Logo change.)Does the dot in the J in Orajel look off?(Were the R and A not connected?)
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5189811be4b01dba4e695740/t/53a081f7e4b06b36446d9968/1403027969867/
3291.(Toothpaste Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Fixodent being different?
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/712-Lkfl-UL._SL1500_.jpg
Add-On: Does the 0 in Ben 10 look off?
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ClfwlyIWIAAdBCP.png:large
Add-On: Does the O in You Don't Mess With The Zohan look off?(Were the letters not connected?)
http://www.richardcrouse.ca//wp-content/uploads/2013/09/mzi.nsycjbzi.jpg
3292.(Prescription Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Ecotrin being different?
https://i5.walmartimages.com/asb5de086f-fed1-4a9b-ae56-f1eb1e09605d_2.bf60a8409ca023ec26f574c45fb8e2a2.png
3293.(Snack Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Mister Salty being different?
http://83b42ac7127a66efcd44-7472e97167182b9fdadfa91da0cf9729.r93.cf5.rackcdn.com/catalog/product/cache/1/image/1252x1252/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/4/4/4400002373cf_1.gif
3294.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Sevylor not being connected?(Do the letters look off?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sevylor
3295.(Oven Cleaner Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Easy-Off not being connected?(Do the letters look off?)
http://c.shld.net/rpx/i/s/i/spin/10127449/prod_ec_1594266702??hei=64&wid=64&qlt=50
Add-On: Do you remember the A in Drano Max Gel not being a triangle?(Do you remember there being an accent above the A in Drano?)
https://scjdmcdn.azureedge.net/~/media/drano/products/drano-max-gel/drano_maxgel_80oz_large_front.png?h=2394&w=1940&la=en-US&hash=E5F472C3223FD3E7E3E29209C6C236865F7C4690
Add-On: Do you remember the O in Ghostbusters being normal?(Do you remember all logos using a normal O instead of just some?)
https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumboSMEBrGtkrufBq_hD99JUsLL-jgI=/0x84:1600x984/1600x900/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/45852024/Logo_Ghostbusters.0.JPG
Add-On: Do you remember the A in Minecraft being normal?(Do any of the other letters look off?)
http://minecraftboss.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Minecraft-Free-Download-PC-Mac.jpg
3296.(Logo change.)Do you remember the A in Spawn being normal?
https://mcfarlane.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/SPAWN-hero-banner_rev1.jpg
3297.(Backpack Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Pro Sport not having the left side cut off?(Is it Pro Sport, Pro-Sport, ProSport, or Prosport to you?)
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Prosport-Backpack/916548140
3298.(Company Logo change.)Do the Es in DenTek look off to you?(Do any of the other letters look off?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DenTek
3299.(Drink Logo change.)Does the dot in the I in Bai look off to you?(Do any of the other letters look off?)
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/01/aplusautomation/vendorimages/ba594b34-75c9-44ed-8d4c-b4130925f497.jpg._CB523399427_.jpg
Add-On: Do you remember the original Little Debbie logo saying "Snack cakes"?(Were Ts in the second logo not cut off on the left and were the Es not slanted?)
http://logos.wikia.com/wiki/Little_Debbie
3300.(Video Game Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Wii Fit not having the left side cut off?(Did the F not have the left side cut off?)
https://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/ssb/images/b/b8/WiiFitLogo.png/revision/latest?cb=20130618152337
3301.(Video Game Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare not being connected?
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/aMYhjSjhAMY/maxresdefault.jpg
3302.(Candy Bar Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Krackel going straight instead of crooked?(Was it Crackel?)
https://cdn.foodbeast.com/content/uploads/2014/05/krackel.jpg
3303.(Spelling change.)Lightening/Lightning
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning
Add-On: Does Tin Man's nose from The Wizard Of Oz look off to you?(Does the opening scene in the Haunted Forest look off to you?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9-UHw3RhEI
Add-On: Do you remember The Wicked Witch Of The West only saying "I'm Melting! Melting!" and nothing else after that?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9-UHw3RhEI
3304.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember there being two versions of Dirty Dancing?(Do either of them seem off to you?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4Lpggbf3FE
3305.(Company Logo change.)Does the M in McAfee look off to you?(Does the A look off?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v83OCTdEeho
3306.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Timmy falling down a well in Lassie?(Did Lassie not fall down a well?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqNbc1XOYas
3307.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember It's My Life by Talk Talk sounding more clear than it does now?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8GY_KQA_0o
3308.(Date change.)Do you rememeber Ain't No Rest For The Wicked coming out in the 90's instead of 2008?(Was it a different band?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8GY_KQA_0o
Add-On: Does the human skull look off to you even more than before?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxqCto8XytM
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2016.09.28 18:40 SGO1987 Problemas al instalar Windows 7 en MSI GS60 Ghost Pro 6QE Skylake

Buenas!
Acabo de comprar el portátil MSI GS60 6QE (versión Skylake). Tiene la pre-instalación de Windows 10 como configuración de fábrica.
Sin embargo, compré este portátil para usarlo con Windows 7, más que nada porque mi trabajo así lo requiere. Cuando intento instalar Windows 7 de un pen drive USB booteable en el modo LEGACY en la BIOS, Windows 7 no reconoce el USB o SSD. La instalación de Windows 7 se queda a la espera de algunos drivers que no sé dónde están ni cómo puedo conseguirlos. Aparentemente,los puertos USB 3.0 dejan de funcionar (el ratón USB parece desconectarse). Así mismo, la instalación del sistema operativo no puede continuar porque Windows 7 echa en falta unos drivers.
El problema principal es que este modelo de portátil no tiene unidad óptica de CD/DVD y todos sus puertos USB son 3.0 y 3.1 C - Thunderbolt 3. Este hecho implica que la única manera de instalar Windows 7 es a través de un puerto USB.
Por lo tanto, os escribo para pediros, por favor, ayuda y soporte técnico. ¿Cómo puedo instalar Windows 7 para este modelo específico: MSI GS60 Ghost Pro 6QE Skylake? ¿Pudo realmente alguien instalar Windows 7 en este portátil?
Os incluyo los detalles más relevantes del portátil:
Product Name: GS60 6QE OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64 bits BIOS Version: E16H7IMS.111 BIOS Release Date: 2016/01/27 EC Version: 16H7EMS1.1051109201508:38:54 CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz Memory: 16 GB @ 1066 MHz - 8192 MB, DDR4-2133, SK Hynix HMA41GS6AFR8N-TF - 8192 MB, DDR4-2133, SK Hynix HMA41GS6AFR8N-TF Graphics: Intel(R) HD Graphics 530, 1024 MB Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M, 3072 MB VBIOS Version: 84.04.85.00.33,3145728 Drive: SSD, TOSHIBA THNSNJ256G8NY, 238,47 GB Drive: HDD, HGST HTS721010A9E630, 931,51 GB Network: Killer Wireless-n/a/ac 1525 Wireless Network Adapter Network: Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network) Network: Killer E2400 Gigabit Ethernet Controller ATA/ATAPI IDE controllers: Intel 100 Series/C230 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller
Muchas gracias por adelantado!
Saludos,
Samuel
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2014.04.27 19:01 tabledresser [Table] IamA Ed 'Shortfuse' Herman AMA!

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Date: 2014-04-27
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Hey Shortfuse, big fan here. If you could fight any current or former UFC champion, who would you choose? Tito Ortiz because he didn't pick me on TUF lol or Matt Hughes cause he was always a cocky prick to me !
I'd like to hear more about the way Hughes treated you too. What happened? Did you ever read that summary of his autobiography? He's just a terrible person. Ha he was just a cocky ass hole
Shortfuse via calf crank. Lol.
Is TRT abused overall in MMA? Do you think fighters will seek alternatives? Yes , and yes they all ready are and have been the sport is full of cheaters.
Looking over your record, I noticed you beat Glover Teixera. What do you remember about that fight,how tough was he, and could you do it again today? I remember dominating him for 3 rounds and that he punched very hard lol, yes I would beat him again.
Do you have any stories you could share from your season of TUF that didn't get aired? Also, how does it feel to know you are the only middleweight from that season to still be in the UFC? Do you feel that some others should get another shot? Ya I got one, the night before my fight with Rory Singer I took an old whiskey bottle and filled it with apple juice then proceeded to pretend like I was getting all liquored up in front of him he threw a fit and stomped around throwing a fit saying he couldn't believe how disrespectful I was, I think I really got in his head and it showed in our fight lol good times, Rorys a good dude and a great coach but I had to do what I had to do and being on that show makes you a little crazy
Do you think if Dana White handled himself with a little bit more professionalism the UFC might already be at the level of, let's say the NFL? I'm pretty sure the commissioner never says "fuck, or we got fucked" Also, do you think we will see the day ufc Fighters make the type of money boxers do? I'm not sure i think people like Danas whites honesty, yes I do think the money will be there maybe not Mayweather money because its more spread out not just one guy making all the money on a card But it will be unfortunately after my time.
Are you worried about sustaining debilitating physical injury/brain damage? No not really the scare of injury is more in training, I've never been knocked out so for now I'm not to worried about brain injury if that ever happens I will consider retirement
Hello! Tell me what is your dream? What is your main aim? To be happy and make enough money to support my family , travel the world as much as possible and inspire people.
Would you rather win by KO, or submission? Nothing beats the adrenalin rush of a KO.
Who's the better receiver, Randy Moss or Jerry Rice? I like jerry rice he won more and was more respectable off and on the field
Hey Ed, Thanks for doing this AMA. I am an aspiring mixed martial artist training out of Raleigh, NC and I was wondering if you had any advice for someone like me? I'm currently on a weight loss journey coming down from 380lbs and I've already lost almost 100 lbs and use the goal of one day fighting in the UFC as my motivation to be at a weight that suits me. I still have a long way to go skills wise and I'd like to fight ideally at 185 much like yourself. Anything I should be doing that works for you as far as your training regimen? Train harder then you think you can surround your self with positive people how have your best interest in mind and truly care for you. I Wish you the best !
What made you take the fight with Jacare, and be the only UFC fighter to fight in Strikeforce? Ya wasn't the best decision of my career I can thank my X agent for that one, I was broke and needed a fight bad reason to take a fight lol. But I also thought I had a chance to win and it would have rocketed me in to the top 10
Where do you see MMA as a sport in five years? Bigger and better then it is now
What goes through your head during a staredown and the weigh-ins in general? I'm hungry and thirsty lol, no I get pretty pumped up adrenalin is pretty high you think how prepared you are and all the hard work and sacrifice you have made to be there.
What is fighters pay like? how much of it goes towards training camp and travel costs etc? It depends every fighter gets different pay some guys spend a lot on camp some dont I prob spend around 10% on camp the UFC covers most of our travel expenses .
How far back do you go with Chael Sonnen? I've heard him say a couple of times that he's been with you literally since the beginning of your career. What exactly happened with your falling out with Team Quest, and what was it like being on Ken Shamrock's team? I started training with chael in 2002 at team quest, there was never really a falling out I was sick of losing teammates/training partners and coaches basically management didn't keep up there end it was hard to leave but was best decision for my career I am still close with all my old teammates.
Best of luck in your fight in a couple of weeks. Have always enjoyed watching your fights and I'd like to see you put together another run like the one you did before the Shields fight. Being on Kens team sucked I got ripped off out of all the great coaching staffs on the TUF series that was pro the worst.
Greets from one ginger to another. Any ginger-prejudice or trash talk happen in the UFC? Stay strong and fight-on my ginger-friend! Lol no, no one in there right mind wants to mess with a bad ass red head they know we are crazy and most of us don't know the meaning of quit lol.
Other than not getting picked by Tito, how was the TUF experience? Would you do it all over again? If you could've been coached by anyone in the world, who'd it be? The experience was good for my career, yes I'd do it again hopefully with a better coaching staff lol, man I'm not sure there is some great coaches out there I've worked with some of the greats but am still always looking to improve my skills.
Ed, how do you feel about Leben's recent retirement? You guys were long time teammates right? Also what's your opinion on the UFC pay scale? It has been highly criticized recently by the media and former UFC fighters. I think it was a smart decision I didnt wanna see him suffer any serous injurys we are still super close and he's doing great he will be in my corner for my up coming ufc fight, I think we deserve to get paid more yes but I'm not gonna complain I make a fair living I do think we deserve some sort of retirement and long term medical coverage.
Are you going to be in the new UFC video game? I hope so. I hope so I'm the only guy who's been in the UFC this long and not made it in one of the games it sucks, I wish my son could play me in a video game how cool would that be .
If you never got into the sports industry, what would you be doing right now? Hard to say maybe working for my uncles drilling company ABS.
What other MMA programs do you follow? I love the Bellator championships, but I notice a majority only follow UFC. Is there any room in MMA for smaller competitions, or is UFC going to end up completely dominating the sport? Good luck BTW! I follow a lot of organizations mainly because teammates, friend, or to see how Guys i competed against are doing and I'm a fan of the sport in general that's how I got in to it in the first place.
There's most defiantly room for smaller organizations but yes UFC will continue to dominate they have the majority of the best fighters and pay the most.
Based on your experience on TUF, what one thing would you change about the TUF show for all future fighters? Man alot lol , let us read we were not allowed books or magazines
Do you have a favorite zombie film? Not really a zombie guy I like the walking dead but more of the how you would survive if the world went in to Kayos aspect.
If someone hasn't seen you fight, which of your fights would you want them to see first? Maybe the fight vs kyle noke I was able to show off some of my jujitsu skills
Why do you think, besides you, Ken Shamrock's team did so poorly on TUF? Because half the guys weren't experienced enough and we had a the most un experienced coaching staff in history except ken who was never there .
Unrelated question: are you Jewish? No im am a spiritual person but no religious affiliation I enjoy reading the differences in religious beliefs and how they affected our history and current events
When you step into the cage, are you still feeling the effect of your weight cut? Not usually I am bigger then ever and make weight easier each time we got it down to a science I have made the mistake of rehydrating or using the wrong minerals or IV vitamins that my body didn't like and felt sluggish and fought like crap.
Hey Ed, what did you think of the fights last night, and what fight in the future are you most excited for? I didn't watch the fights last night we had 8 fighters from my gym Trials MMA fight yesterday we went 6-2.good night night for us, but I was hoping Texiara would win, and my next fight may 10th
Shortfuse, big fan here! My question is what advice would you give to someone looking to get into mma and professional fighting? Start training for the enjoyment of it first no one starts playing basketball because they think there going to make it to the NBA they do it because its fun, if your already an aspiring martial artist or wrestler and the skills are there find a good camp with solid people who have your best interest in mind .
What's your favorite meal(s) when not training? Also, how did you feel when Dana gave you a contract at the finale, too? Lol is it clique to say pizza and beer ha, na prob a fat juicy Bone in rib eye!! At the time I was still super upset I lost it set in later and I was vary happy and thankful.
What do you think of the trt ban? Do you support the use for some athletes and not for others? I absolutely agree with the ban, its bull shit its a way for guys to cheat i was vary happy about the ban they need to start test more and for HGH as well.
Big fan of yours Short Fuse! How is Colorado treating you? Saw you training with my people at Easton TC in Boulder in a Facebook pic. Colorado is great love training with the Easton crew great bunch
Who would you say the toughest guy you've ever fought was keeping in mind that you never had the opportunity to stand toe-to-toe and chin-to-chin with yours truly, the Queen of Clean Keith Sardine? Lol nice!! Prob Jacara or Texiera
Who chose your nickname? We're there any other nickname options you were thinking about? Who has the most bizarre nickname? Who has the best? My good friend Chris Leben gave me the nick name because I used to have a really short temper when we were younger, I tried iron man eddie Herman looking back that would have been pretty bad lol. one of the funniest was Eddie the bath room ellis lol, worst is prob ricky the horror story lol.
Haha awesome! How's Chris Leben been recently? If it had come up, would you have fought him in the UFC? There seems to be a divide between fighters on whether they'd fight training partners or friends. Not a chance we always said we wouldn't fight we were more like brothers we agreed that the only way would be if one of was champ and the other #1 contender and we got a million bucks each witch at the time was un heard of money for MMA lol
Makes sense! What's your opinion on changes to MMA rules that some fans talk about, like no time limits, or allowing soccer kicks? Not a fan of either
What's your favorite beer? Man that's always changing all name some classics, geniuses, negra modelo, Amstel ( out of the tap in Europe ), some local faves 90 shilling, widmeir heifeweizen
How often do you get one those mythical "undisclosed bonuses"? Are they awesome? Iv never gotten a mythical one lol got a few small ones over the years but they tend to keep getting smaller.
What are your thoughts on the Harlem Struggle? Funny !!!
How many fighters do you think are juicing without a TRT? Without naming names, how many are main card guys? Prob at least 50% prob closer to 75% main card guys but hard to say. im proud to say I've done it all these years all natural.
Have you ever loss any teeth?! Yes my front 2 in a car accident when I was 15 I got implants that eventually wore out and I'm in the process of getting them replace not fun.
What about in a fight? Nope.
How much do you usually weigh in the cage at fight time? 205 ish
I just started BJJ October '13, any advice? Not looking to get incredible, just have fun. I think I missed my prime to start thinking serious (I'm 20) Lol u have plenty of time to get serious I didn't start tell I was 21 my advice is have fun take your time and enjoy , it will change your life.
What do you have to say about your journey towards joining the UFC? It was cool I had a lot of tough fights to preparing me for the UFC .
Hey Ed, who's the best up and comer coming out of your gym? Man that's tuff one right now prob Kris Hocum or female amateur Samantha Gilliland is gonna be really good.
Eh man. whatd ya think if the jones v texiera fight last night? I didn't watch heard jones dominated figured that might happen.
Who do think is gonna win out of Weidman and Machida? Man should be good prob Weidman but machida is a bad man!
Prime Fedor vs Cain under Pride rules. Who wins and how? Cain all day American GNP
How can You, and other MMA/UFC Fighters take such a beating? I don't know I've never taking a beating , I mean I've been beat and in some wars but no one has ever beating me to a pulp or knocked me out. But yes I understand your point this sport Is not for every one and you have to pretty dam tough to make it in this sport.
What's your favorite/most successful KO combo or setup? Dirty boxing/ upper cuts
Whats up ed. How have you seen mma/the UFC change since you were on TUF? Maybe in terms of fans or how fighters are treated or anything else. Just the general knowledge and acceptance about the sport has grown so much, when people say are u watching fights tonight they are talking about MMA not boxing.
Hey Ed ... what's it like to see the kids on TUF now after you were a part of some of the integral moments that built TUF into what it is now? There's really athletic tough dudes coming up excited to see how the season pans out.
Of the two guys involved in the PPV opener last night (Holloway and Fili) who goes further in the UFC? I thought (and still think) that Fili has a way higher ceiling than Holloway, but Holloway had the experience edge. Ya I meet fili a few times he was a cool kid I hope he dose well.
Make this your entrance theme: Link to www.youtube.com. Edit: full song here: Link to www.youtube.com. Lol.
Who is your favorite current champ as a fighter? Jose Aldo is fun to watch.
What's the worst injury you've sustained during your career? ACL tear in my knee.
Did you watch the fights last night? Nope
What are your thoughts on Joe Lauzon? He's a bad ass
I don't like weight cutting. I think fighters should make weight right before they enter the cage. What do you think about the idea of mat side weigh ins? Sounds dangerous people would still try and cut weight
The current system of weight cutting is dangerous too. Mat side weigh ins would eliminate the motivation to cut because fighters wouldn't have any time to recover and thus they couldn't try to fight 10-20 pounds heavier than their opponent. A lot of guys do it much more healthy than u know its not the old don't eat or drink for a week bs like in high school wrestling I eat dinner the night before and breakfast the day of shit i had a steak last night and I have to make weight in less then 2 weeks , the cut still sucks but there's definitely an art to it, its just part of one on one competition if u don't compete its hard to comprehend
calmly rushes in Holy shit. Uhm, as someone is who actively pursuing a career in MMA, what advice do you have? I am actively participating in grappling tournaments, hold a Green Belt in Goshin Do Karate and a Level 1 in Hayastan Grappling (similar to a Blue Belt in BJJ). Thank you! Enjoy the ride surround your self with positive people who have your best interest in mind train hard but smart listen to your body!!
It's an interesting ride. My body yells at me quite a bit now actually. Right on signing out thanks for all the great questions good chatting it up with every one and go blazers #ripcity big win tonight for Portland !!
I'm going to be seeing you fight in Cincinnati, you planning on having an after party? Yes working on it not sure yet but all post on my twitter when I know !
How excited was your daughter when she won the free braces. I bugged all my friends until they went on and voted. Ha she was happy thanks for all the help supporting I was prob the happiest it saved me like 4k lol thanks!
BJ Penn. Anderson Silva. George St Pierre. Jon Bones Jones Anderson silva because he was the champ during most of my career so far and I always thought my style would match up well with him.
Do not confuse Ed Herman with Ed Herrmann. Who.
For some reason, I thought you were the dude who said BJJ wasn't effective and got armbarred by Noguiera. haha. Ya not me that was Dave Herman's dumb ass more then half of my wins are by submission lol
Good AMA man, you're answering a shit ton of questions. You're going to get a lot of reddit street cred for this. Lol day off on the couch relaxing no prob
Hey Ed! Thanks for doing the AMA when you aren't training / fighting what else do you like to do with your time , hobbies etc. I enjoy Traveling, eating different food, spending time with my family, snowboarding, ridding Quads and dirt bikes, camping, hiking, drinking good beer and whiskey having a good time with my friends. Regular guy stuff haha and of coarse watching football GO SEAHAWKS !!
You ever thought about using the red by Chevelle as entrance music lol. Not familiar with that song all check it out , think im coming out to lynard synard, simple man next fight.
Would you rather fight a horse-sized duck or a duck-sized horse? Duh a duck sized horse nice try lol
I watch UFC and I've never heard of you. Your thoughts? Ya that sucks I get no love they've never really promoted me that much but I have been in the UFC for 9 years and have almost 20 fights for them I question how big of a fan you are ? the casual fan may not know me but any of the hard core fans for sure have seen me fight and know I lay it all on the line to best of my ability every time I fight I recommend you try and find one of my fights to watch I think you would enjoy.
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