all right /k/, stop lurking and start posting
We need an anime dedicated to senseless school girl violence.
Well that or a show dedicated to the charming everyday life of a police sniper.
At least, that's what I think Iris is. Her job involves diffusing bombs with a sniper rifle after all.
The mom taking her daughter to her first time at the range is adorable.
Ladies and gentlemen of both /c/ and /k/ I give you the cast of Modern Warfare
Interesting they'd depict someone with a mohawk as having long flowing beautiful hair.
A conventional FPS wouldn't work with the usual cute anime girl art style since it would be too easy to get headshots.
They'd have to change the kill spot to either the heart or their charm covered cellphone.
If I'm wrong on the gun name, just tell me and I'll change the filename to fit
not that anon, but I ADORE Sabagebu! I wish it kept going, but I think it was overshadowed by things like Attack on Titan and KLK when it came out here. Sabagebu! and Watamote reminded me why I wanted to like anime in high school, but in a good way.
It wasn't the first anime about airsoft that didn't go well.
That firearm is known as an ACR (Adaptive Combat Rifle) made by Bushmaster. Seems the 'ICR' is just a clever way to place it in the game of BO3.
Regardless, here's a link to the real thing.
Anyone know what show or series that these girls came from? Saved them from another girls with guns thread and have no other info.
all right guys, shall we improve the difficulty? No russian/german/american rifles until image limit?
I'm just a casual, i can only tell the most iconic ones apart. But i'm reasonably confident that this one fulfills your requirements.
We still have France, Belgium, UK, Switzerland and Austria.
Looks the same to me, honestly.
Plus, for one, I didn't make this image >>2582056, but if I did, making it shorter might have been easier/appealing on the pose.
Second, very few modern~ish rifles do I know that don't have shortened or lengthened barrels/stocks. Not all guns are made the exact same every time. Regardless, the receiver and stock is that of a Hecate II.
>Second, very few modern~ish rifles do I know that don't have shortened or lengthened barrels/stocks.
Meant to say "Second, very few modern~ish rifles do I know that don't have the ability to place aftermarket shortened lengthened barrels/stocks." Poor wording on my part, my apologies.