Talk:Left 4 Dead

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Jesus, these images suck hard. I'm gonna make new ones.

Ruger Mini-14

moved the bickering in the mini-14 section to the talk section

Chances are it's a Ruger Ranch rifle in 5.56x45, also known as Mini-30( A Mini-30 fires 7.62x39,not 5.56x45 and has a synthetic stock not wood (My mini-30 got a wood stock) retard. Zoey uses it in game.

Shotgun

It is most certainly not a remington 870, but an Ithaca 37 with an ejector port on the side (a common mistake made by game makers- they did this in Team Fortress 2, which was made by the same people that made Left 4 Dead.) And, the logo on the side clearly says "Renegade Rangemaster". I only found this out because my computer happened to hit a massive lag spike while I was in the middle of reloading. It was frozen for about 15 seconds and the words "Renegade Rangemaster" could be clearly seen with some sort of bull's eye logo on the first part of the word Renegade.- ColonelTomb

I think its actually an 870, look at the trigger guard paired with the fact the ithaca 37 has no side ejection port. - User:AdAstra2009

It has more similarities to the Ithaca than the Remington. The reciever, the stock, the forend, and the magazine tube cap are all too similar to an Ithaca 37 to be anything else.

I have this gun under my bed right now, it is definitely an 870 express deer, and if you noticed there is an ejection port on the side so it could not possibly be an ithaca. -K9870

Well, if you nimrods had read the paragraph I had typed up above, you would know that the developers had obviously intended to base it on the Ithaca but just made a mistake- this happens all the time, people that design weapons for games are kind of dumbasses.

Barrel is a 20 inch 870 barrel with rifle sights found om the deer model.

Well, if it is possible to put the things that were similar to the Ithaca, I guess that would be possible.

I think it's more likely the ejection port was added not by mistake but more likely because it looks cool. --AdAstra2009 20:48, 15 April 2009 (UTC)

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 gauge

It is most certainly not a remington 870, but an Ithaca 37 with an ejector port on the side (a common mistake made by game makers- they did this in Team Fortress 2, which was made by the same people that made Left 4 Dead.) And, the logo on the side clearly says "Renegade Rangemaster". I only found this out because my computer happened to hit a massive lag spike while I was in the middle of reloading. It was frozen for about 15 seconds and the words "Renegade Rangemaster" could be clearly seen with some sort of bull's eye logo on the first part of the word Renegade.- ColonelTomb

The only similarity is the slide being ribbed, the stock desighn, side ejection, and sights on the 20 inch barrel are all remington. I own this model. -k9870

IMHO, the Shotgun looks more like a High Standard Model K-1200 Riot Deluxe with a shorter magazine tube. User:1morey May 26, 2012 5:12 PM (EST)

M16A2

Surely if the m16 was fully automatic it would be an m16a3

Yep, I thought the A2 and A3 look exactly the same so it should be called M16A3. - bozitojugg3rn4ut 17:12, 4 June 2011 (CDT)
It says M16A2 on the lower receiver. As far as it being full-auto, most of Hollywood and game makers believe all M16s are full-auto . :/- Mr. Wolf 18:17, 4 June 2011 (CDT)

The m16a2 is full auto for gameplay reasons. swedishgunbrony

Others

Molotov Cocktails can be used in the game. The result is a small portion of the floor is set on fire for a few seconds, lighting anything that wanders too close to the blast radius on fire.

Molotov Cocktail used in the game.

A Pipe Bomb is the game's equivalent of a grenade. It is incredibly effective against basic zombies; they are attracted by its beeping noises and swarm to it, only to be wiped out en masse when it goes off. However, the Tank runs away from it.

Pipe bomb used in the game.



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