I grow tired of the foolish foolery of foolish fools.
"but it's a railgun" I think sir, that YOU do not know what a railgun is. All it is is a gun that fires a projectile using magnetic attraction and repulsion instead of gunpowder. It could be anything from a cannon, to a bb gun and it would still be a rail gun. I know an engineer who built a gauss gun once (Like a railgun, but more effective because it uses a magnetic coil instead of a rail) once, it stung when it shot you, but didn't even break skin.
Edit, railguns are configured in parallel rails to generate magnetism.
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As long as we're on the subject has anyone noticed they got the railgun medal wrong? It shows 3 gauss rings instead of 2 rails.
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sonofkorol posted...I am amazed that it takes so many shots to kill a vehicle. I don't know if they realize how a railgun works, or what it does, but it would punch a hole right through the armor of a mantis and straight through a spartan's chest.
Well at least SOMEONE can backup their post.
Why do I come here again? This place is so cynical...
STFU Railgun kicks your and your mama's ass
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The railgun looks a lot like the Infinity.
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It's a cool gun. I shot a sniper all the way on the other side of the map with it, felt so boss.
Silly Medic, everyone knows you don't know how to use real guns.
I'll be in my bunk...
I love the Railgun, but Spartan Laser >>> Railgun, now if only they could carry mini Mac guns.
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