Firearms Expert Reacts To Iconic Call Of Duty Black Ops Guns
Jonathan Ferguson, a weapons expert and Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the Royal Armouries, breaks down iconic Call of Duty Weapons, including the Ballistic Knife, the G11 and the AN94.
The Call of Duty Black Ops franchise has an arsenal full of varied weaponry, many of which are based on…
8:22 I think it stands for raffica (burst)
Smh, against bots
Fuckin slapped with the G11 Hardcore free for all. Win rate was like 80%
I'd say you'd get 50m max in the game and probably 20-30 effective in reallity. Also i bet you could create a jig onto your tac vest to the reload ot one handed.
This dude both talks and looks like a slightly older version of that nerdy guy in the Tomb Raider movies
fire arms expert he looks like a sweetshop owner
Ballistic knives are real?
Why does nobody ever mention how weird the FAMAS looks in bo1 and the other black ops titles. It looks way bulkier with a completely different sight system and a different charging handle. I haven't found any real counterpart of what is depicted in the game. And in other cod games the FAMAS is depicted in it's normal slim square looking form
black ops 2 parts. go home…
I miss black ops
in 2021 i watch a video of a game thats like 11-12 years old. XD maaan i miss black ops
I know he didn't cover the crossbow but it's not easy to pull the bow strings by hand I was barely able to do it the proper way
The first nife the guy is forgetting the call of duty guys can sprint with a 50 cal
Firearms expert? I DOUBT it! A gun hating british vegan lefty that would fall over just from the recoil of my 12 year old girls compact .380. Im calling bullshit.
there's far more weapons in the game than what is shown in video
Well yea u can't load it when u have girl grip.
Bullpup: action behind trigger.
Anything that fits that description can also be defined as a bullpup.
Also benefits from having a longer barrel, weight more balanced… but reload time slightly decreased
He obviously hasn't fired guns before
G11 gang? anyone? guess not.
If I remember correctly the Is ballistic knife used by compressing a Spring are illegal to own but you can have a ballistic knife that is used by using gunpowder is legal.
Does The RA's have bladed and melee weapons from history such as the middle ages? I'm thinking Skyrim here 😉
Ian at Forgotten Weapons has a show about a G11 – shows the whole workings, very cool. The ammo is caseless to
raffica in italian is burst
He forgot to mention the G11 uses caseless ammunition, meaning it doesn't eject any shells, which we see in the game too, nice touch!
Funny looking gun that lol
g11 is literally clockwork
Where is the mp40
Someone made half an otf and decided whoa i have a new invention
I like how Gun Jesus has literally one upped the royal armory in acquiring a g11 for review
The G11 winding mechanism to chamber a round reminds me of the laser guns from Futurama that play "Pop goes the weasel" when you wind them to recharge.
I was hoping to see the MSMC :/
The Famas in black ops is the F1 variation
do half life 2
I knew it was the an-94 just by the sight.
Famas looks different in black ops? The one thing I would've liked explained in this video??
Your missing a cover for the knife
A handle for holding the blade
Nice vid yoooo
The rate of fire are only the 2 first shots in a burst, you didnt mention that.
So… The ballistic knife is basically a lethal nerf gun
Look at that man firing the g11. Envy him.
On The ballistic knife:
"Not at all practical, doesn't work how it does in the game, and just carry another magazine for your pistol."
Jonathan Ferguson. Keeper of Firearms, Artillery, and The Truth. 😂
Wait but the FAMAS dosent look like the one in the games 2:24
knives are my favorite kinds of guns
Raffica means more as a burst but rapid sort of fits it too
TBH the H&K G11 seems like a practical space gun.
Boots on the ground would probably cause more harm than good
I would like you to explain the outlaw from black ops 4 to me please.
Could you do a review on the thumper from cod mobile I'm curious as to how well it compares to the real world ecuivalent