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The modernized, updated version of the AR15 platform, currently in use by the United States Army and Marine Corps. While in less numbers than the M16A2, and generally only used by frontline units, it is arguably better than its predecessor. The M16A4 features a picatinny rail, a railed fore grip, detachable sights, and a 1:7' rifling, rather than the 1:12' and 1:9' rifling previous models had, which equates to better power and accuracy. The M16A4 is, essentially, an M16A3, but with a safe/semi/3-round burst selector switch, rather than a safe/semi/fully-automatic switch. Standard magazine capacity is 30-rounds of M855 or Mk. 262 5.56x45mm ball ammunition. It is gas-operated, with a rotating bolt. It is air-cooled, with an external, detachable magazine, peep hole sights, a forward assist, and a charging handle mounted on top of the receiver, behind the picatinny/carrying rail. Reliability in the M16A4 is solid; one is capable of firing upwards of 1,000 standard, ball rounds through a decently maintained rifle, with STANAG magazines, without a single jam or malfunction. While disputably not as good as the AK platform, it is a far cry from the M16(A0), and is a step up from the M16A2.
A modern, modular assault rifle, in use by active duty, frontline units in the US Army and Marine Corps. It is the forerunner to the M16A2, which was in use from the early 1980's, to even now. While in less use than the M16A2, it is more effective. Arguably a better rifle than its predecessors, the M16A4 is a rifle based on the AR15 platform. It features removable sights, a picatinny rail, fore grip rails, detachable carrying rail, and is slightly higher quality than the M16A2, all around. It utilizes a direct gas-diversion system, along with a rotating bolt. The magazines are generally 30-round ones, loaded with Mk. 262 or M855 5.56x45mm ball ammunition. It has a safe/semi-automatic/three-round burst selector switch. Reliability in the M16A4 is solid; one is capable of firing upwards of 1,000 standard, ball rounds through a decently maintained rifle, with STANAG magazines, without a single jam or malfunction. While disputably not as good as the AK platform, it is a far cry from the M16(A0), and is a step up from the M16A2.
The most bitched about weapon in Call of Duty 4. M16+Red Dot Sight+Stopping Power=The bane of COD4 fanboys and the main setup of losers.
The dance where you re-enact equipping the M16 on the popular video game Call Of Duty 4 Modern Warfare whilst kicking your back foot against the floor shouting BING BNG BING
getting killed or killing some one with an M16, usually playing Call of Duty 4, or another game
An individual in either Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 who only uses the M16A4, in essence whoring themselves out. Typically, this weapon is used in conjunction with stopping power, capitalizing on the amount of whoreness they display. When encountered and killed, it is customary to teabag their body while saying "ja-bar-bar" in a Soulja Boy fashion.
A word used to describe a person with infinite sexyness. A person with M17 will go for hours - and won't care if it's with a boy or a girl
The M1911 is a semi-automatic, recoil-operated, single-action handgun. It is fed from a 7-round detachable box magazine. It fires the .45 ACP round. It was invented by John Browning in 1911, hence the name. It was the standard sidearm of the U.S. Military from 1911 to 1985, when it was replaced by the Beretta M9. However, it still in limited service with Marine Force Recon and many law informant units.