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FEATURUING SPECIAL GUEST, SUTURE.

The rail usually referred to as the Picatinny Rail, named after the Picatinny Arsenal Facility.

Modern guns now come standard with rails. Sometimes rails are attached onto a gun that usually wouldn't have one in order to accessorize it.

Free floating barrels have the advantage of not being affected by the foregrip if it it distorts due to the environment.

Those who have played Modern Warfare 2 or Metal Gear Solid 4 should be familiar with all of this.
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:iconbryankam04:
Got this type in Counter Strike?
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PhiTuS Jan 31, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Counterstrike doesn't have gun customizations, unless you count the suppressors you can screw on.
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:iconbryankam04:
How to use the sights with a red dots, it's so dangerous that your eyes so blur duh!
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:iconphitus:
PhiTuS Jan 18, 2013  Professional Filmographer
I seriously doubt it does that kind of damage to your eyes. It's not like it shoots a laser directly into your pupil.
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:iconbryankam04:
I only see the handguns with silencer like Counter Strike
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PhiTuS Jan 18, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Rifles can use suppressors too, though they can still be loud because their bullets are supersonic. As in they literally make mini-sonic booms every time they're shot. Subsonic ammunition is an option though, but it'll suffer from shorter range.
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InfiniteHands9991 Oct 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hooray for Final Countdown.
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MikioChibi Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
here i am, watching the other Guns Tutorial!
once again, the briliant attention to detail makes me keep watching the other videos!
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PhiTuS Feb 6, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Cool
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:iconescapemyfate13:
Is the master key sometimes refered to as a skeleton key?
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