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The M203A1 is a 40mm, single shot, breech loaded, pump action, shoulder fired grenade launcher. It is used by both American and Canadian forces. It is mounted under the barrel. It ranges from 100-400m adjustable in 50m increments. The most commonly used rounds are smoke, CS, and HE rounds. It weighs 1.3kg unloaded and 1.8kg loaded depending on the round. It is simple to operate, take apart, and clean.
The thing under the barrel of Tony Montana's M16A2 that shoots grenades.
A singular pump action single fire grenade launcher. Fires 40mm high explosive shells. Little kids know this thing as the noob tube.
A nubby grenade weapon slung to the underneath of an M4 rifle on the (somewhat)popular online game Soldier Of Fortune 2. Incredibaly fustrating to be killed by it.
A grenade launcher usually attached to the bottom of an M-16 or M4 assault rifle. More commonly known to Soldier of Fortune 2 players as the n00b cannon due to the fact it is easy to use and can frag a player in one shot, hence it is a favourite among n00bs.
- March 23 Movement; named after the date of a failed peace deal in 2009.- Also known as the Congolese Revolutionary Army.- An armed rebel militia based in the eastern regions of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The group was formed by former soldiers of the Congolese Army. In 2012, they took control of the provincial capital Goma, however, they lost it a few days afterwards.
A 7.62x51mm light machine gun used by the U.S. military. It looks very similar to the M49, but is an actual machine gun, as opposed to an automatic rifle, also, it is significantly heavier than the M249 (especially if you're the one carrying it). Pronounced "Em two-forty bravo". Nicknamed "The Pig" or "Two-forty". Commonly carried into battle or mounted on a Humvee. The M240B is a devastating weapon.
The fine line between psychosis and genius is measured only by the quantity of bullets that you dispatch from this gun into your victim.
The London Orbital Motorway, 10 lanes wide (in places), about 100 miles in circumference and with traffic moving at about 15 mph. Also used as the term to define the limits of the area covered by Greater London