What's your favorite M#?
I love the M4 but can't decide between the rifle or the tank.
@Atomicking74, M1 all the way. You dont know pleasure till you've ran a clip through a Garand.
@ThePandaPool , the profile of the rifle is great as well, and nothing beats that ping. But I just love the look of the tank
@Atomicking74, the M69
@HELLUVA ENGINEER, always a standard when bombing Japanese cites
@ThePandaPool , this x1000. What a nice rifle experience
@Atomicking74, I just want a nice M8 to play vidya games with
@Atomicking74, I'm a fan of MP3, personally
@ThePandaPool , in with you, M1 all the way
@ThePandaPool , Ping!!!!!
@ThePandaPool , wow finally a time the word clip can be used correctly
@TenraiTaco, oh I'm good for that.
@Atomicking74, the M4 is a pretty underrated car imo. But the M3 has always been a blast.
@Atomicking74, picture this: AN M1 Garand TANK. It has a clip of shells and does the ping to eject the clip.
@Empshok, there are real tanks that have "magazines" the problem with that is you would wear out the barrel of the tank
Don't forget the M1A1 Abrams.
Ban all these assault rifles immediately.
M1 garand thumb
The M5 is a nice BMW. Of course, no one driving one seem to be able to locate the turn signal
This just seems like lazy naming conventions to me
@I Are Lebo, The idea was to use M# as a designation for everything to make it easier to denote exactly what was being talked about. The problem was that when they implemented that plan, everything became M1. M1 tank, M1 rifle, M1 carbine, M1 submachine gun, etc. This was made worse by all the new equipment that came with WWII, leading to lots of M1, M2, M3 of everything, at the same time.
@Gamasennin, like I said, lazy. The point of naming conventions is easy identification.
So every individual tool and weapon has the M nomenclature?
@megamanx181x, in the US military, it more more model.
So the Model 4 tank came after the Model 3 tank, and before that was the M2 tank.
The porblem is that this was used for every price of hardware around the WW2 periods and has been mostly fixed so it's not as confusing