/k/ - If you could have any SMG legally what would it be?I have a weird obsession with the UMP45 so I’d go with that


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If you could have any SMG legally what would it be?

I have a weird obsession with the UMP45 so I’d go with that

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>>5
An mp34 for sure.
Come on, who wouldn't want a smg with a big pointy bayonet?

You rolled the number 100133736 (no dubs or higher)

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That's a tough question because I love SMGs and so many are aesthetic. Too bad most are banned here in Canada.
If I could have one it'd either be an MP5 or a MAC-10. MP5s are generic, but have a sexiness to them that defined the era. The high RoF of MAC-10s just seem fun to me, especially if I could get one with a suppressor.

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>>5
Is there any reason why you like the UMP? It's just straight blowback, nothing interesting about it imo, it's just the modern day M3 grease gun.
>>15
Better pick german quality mp5 over a cheap jewish box that has the option of firing lead downrange.
Roller-locking mechanisms always get my dick hard.



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