Journalist’s Guide to Firearms Identification

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    Rafter

    Most of the time they refer to all of those as “assault rifles”

    dhg4983

    pretty funny, but hey what can you expect from the media, for them actually be informed on what they are reporting?…child please.

    driver01z

    What’s the bottom left?

    lhamilt2

    i was gonna ask the same thing. Thanks for doing my dirty work!:P

    v0id

    it’s an AK-47

    GrandAdmiralThrawn

    Can you name the two assault rifles in this picture?

    (OK depending on the age of the one, it may be an assault rifle, but only if it is first generation)

    driver01z

    Um off top of head – according to some games I’ve played that one is either M16 or M4A1… and the other is AK47 or AK74 or AK something?

    burgerpimp

    the AK is my favourite.

    borandi

    RCP-90 ftw.

    metalhead2061

    AK-47, M16A1 or 2, P-90, Uzi, M95, Walther PPK, some generic 9mm,
    RPG-7, potato gun, a blue Simpson’s sedan.

    metalhead2061

    Also, repost.

    Think Tank

    It’s not a repost, it’s an AK-47

    mikoyangurevich15

    It`s not only weapons.I`ve heard glaring mistakes on the news twice this past week.A screw up regarding a foreign political party and a whopper of a geographic fuck up.Is there anything like fact checking on network news,anymore?

    Evilcritter

    Not since they laid off all the journalists.

    blackdog33

    Best comment on journalists I have seen in a long time. After studying journaliam at a major university and hearing TV “journalists” use argot words like “irregardless” and “complected” and “chrome-plated pistol” and making comments about places and incidents that are totally false, I began to wonder if a lobotomy is a prerequisite to becoming a member of the vaunted 5th Estate.