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Naming
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    • Japan be like: "Get the type 22" "the pistol, submachine gun, assault rifle, light machine gun, truck, car, tank, or the boat?"
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    • Looks at Japan with their "type ____" and having seven things assigned to the same number
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    • Could be worse, could be japan
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    • You guys like M1 or A1 with your steak
      Tranquin 21 jul
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    • Taste my M1 Fucking Garand you Kraut
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    • It’s cause they were way ahead of their time and knew people in the future would be pressing M1 to fire weapons in world war games.
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    • M19A1, M1, M2, M1903, M1917, M1941, M1894, M1985, M1A1, M1918 (All America pack)
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    • Murica is number 1: M1
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    • M1 Garand M1 Carbine M1A3 37mm tank, M1 hand grenade
      AjaxSoap 21 jul
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    • Take this m1 dick
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    • Military one. Cuz our military numba one
      g0d0rt 21 jul
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    • We didn’t want any guns to be jealous of others so they are all M1
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    • If it ain’t broke don’t fix it
      Spaz88 21 jul
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    • Mk 2 Fragmentation Anti-Personnel Grenade M4 Bayonet Leather Handle M1905 Bayonet Bowie Point M1917 Smith & Wesson .45ACP Revolver M1911 .45ACP Handgun M1 Carbine .30 Carbine M3 Grease Gun .45ACP Submachine Gun M1A1 Thompson .45ACP Submachine Gun M1 Garand .30-06 Battle Rifle M1918 Browning .30-0
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    • Garand, carbine, bayonet, steel pot, Thompson
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    • Isn't M1 shorthand for Mark 1?
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    • I beleive (and I could be wrong) the 'M' in M1 Stands form Mark1 as in the first in a series
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    • M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, M1 Bazooka, M1 Thompson...
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    • What I know: gun, Knife, and Flamethrower
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    • sneerber 23 jul
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    • And Germans had gewher for everyone of theirs, that translates to gun
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    • M1 means Mark 1 right, so M4A1 is a Mark 4 of the M1A1, no?
      WarioGuy 21 jul
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    • America: M1 or A1
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    • Every gun name for every country is pretty dumb, the german word for gun is gewhr, so gun 42, machine gun 42, and strumgewhr is assault rifle
      Red9 22 jul
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    • Remember when planes had nose art...shit was cool
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    • Fuck yeah
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    • Dont make fun of my M1 garand
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    • No video of the m1 ping compilation? Wtf is going on here!?
      2rawwww 21 jul
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    • America
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    • Japan did same thing
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    • Model 1
      BDVince 23 jul
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    • Ok but literally every country did this. America used M for Model, Japan had Type, Germans used ge wehr which translates to the g word, and 1srael has the ga lil which also means g word.
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    • Japan gotta name everything type __?
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    • M1 = Mark 1
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    • Mood
      bam0217 21 jul
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    • Duuuuur Ivan let us make a new AK, we will call it AK*insert random series of letters and numbers*
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    • Someone name all the m1s in the replies.. and go.
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    • As long as it gets the job done.
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    • The M stands for Mighty
      blue_too 21 jul
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    • M1 means mark one.so the ml garend means mark ine garend
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    • But... but not everything was named M1
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    • Lol the top panel. What is this, destiny?
      Cayde_6 22 jul
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    • M1 Shyamalan
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    • Time travelers are getting real cocky
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    • At least it's not the type 94
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    • Have you heard of the type 94
      c_c_exe 21 jul
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    • I like this format 10/10
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    • Motherfuckin #1
      OBSIDION 21 jul
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    • Wait, they did have the M2 Browning HMG. The one standout.
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    • M stands for murica, and the 1 is because we are number fuckin 1
      LoneBait 21 jul
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    • AK__
      Rylik 21 jul
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    • But muh Freebrams
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    • The M ‘made by god’ 1 class of guns
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    • Anybody remember that japanese lmg that had oil fed cartridges? As far as rifles go I'm more of a bullpup fan.
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    • The m stands for military conscripted. Which means they design the gun and pay different businesses to manufacture the parts separately and then be shipped to them, so they can assemble and distribute themselves. It means it's their gun, but they didn't make it
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    • Americans rn:
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    • Lol so many patriots get triggered over one joke about their military
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    • M for Murica😎
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    • Model one
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    • I bet none of you can name every gun
      Gail172 24 jul
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    • No
      JoMan 24 jul
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    • Glaz is looking for his pp2000 any1 seen it?
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    • M1, as in Merican #1
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    • M1 is the unofficial abbreviation for merica #1
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    • M1 tank this and A1 steak sauce that. It happened before I could recognize it, but out of nowhere o have learned to drench my taco bell tacoes with the cowboys sweat and tears.. and it tastes good.
      DukeWILD 24 jul
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    • You're right about the 1, to be sure.
      DukeWILD 24 jul
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    • *Type 95 Has Entered The Chat*
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    • M1 Garand, M1A1, M1919, M1928A1, M1903, M1 Abrahams, M1897, M16, M1918 BAR, yep...
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    • What about the Japanese and the Type 99
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    • Here is a gun that does not start with m1
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    • It means model 1. First model.
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    • Ah a brit created this
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    • I always thought it stood for Marine 1 lmao
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    • M1 abrum m1 garand m1911 m1a1 tommy is all i know
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    • They were way ahead of their time with the memes
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    • Type 22 moment
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    • Ive never heard of anyone mixing up M1 Garandand M1 Abrahms ever
      WillowBot 23 jul
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    • The Japanese call everything the Type 90
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    • well duh, the M stands for Mega
      MegaYote 23 jul
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    • It actually makes sense and makes things easy to understand. Just because you don’t understand it doesn’t make everyone else retarded
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    • M1 Nighthawk 4G LTE modem
      Jake_Guy 23 jul
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    • ping
      gblui 23 jul
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    • Cuz murica numba 1
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    • Am I wrong or is the tank used nowadays called M1 Abrams. I honestly don’t know
      iamTexas 23 jul
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    • But we Americans do have an M1 Garande old time!
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    • M1 grand go ping
      1FunnyBo1 23 jul
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    • Or as you Europeans are, give your gun names that slip right off the tounge
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    • Time travelers! XD
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    • The M stands for Murica
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    • Everything is a Kalashnikov
      Warrcoww 23 jul
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    • M-1911, M-1 garand, M-2 Carbine
      KaiBasham 23 jul
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    • Litteraly it doesn't matter if you know your guns well. Like a gamer knows computer parts. Or a mechanic knows tools
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    • M4A1, M1 Garand, Mega long schlong of donkey Kong, M1 abrams
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    • It’s really just M
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