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Talk:9th Company: Roots of Terror

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norinco_CQ-311 this chinese m16a2 ?

No, the original CQ is based on the M16A1, not the A2, although it does have round hand guards. The Wikipedia article says that the Chinese did provide some of these rifles to the Mujahideen because they expected the U.S. to give them 5.56x45mm ammo (which we didn't). -MT2008 14:52, 24 April 2010 (UTC)

Not sure who did this page, but try to use good grammar. And it's "with", not "witch".--Mandolin 18:08, 3 September 2010 (UTC)

AKS-74 screenshot - where from?

The troopers there are carrying AKS-74s without taped-together magazines (I played the original game, and they had blue duct tape), with the underslungs and RPG warheads behind their backs. RPG-7, RPG-18, PM, APB and GB-something are all secondary weapons and occupy the same slot - they're mutually exclusive. What's your source?-- 11:55, 17 April 2011 (CDT)

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