Talk:M4 carbine

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I think the M4 203 should be more dual-perk than it is. It seems to be more Commando than Demolitions. The 12 grenades you get out of the assault rifle is not worth the price, especially when the Demo is already spending grands on other explosives. It's also way too expensive for a Commando, with little to no gain. If the price was lowered a bit and the Commando got damage bonuses for it, it would be a wonderful Commando weapon, and good for the Demo frontman. Otherwise, such a terrible weapon for the price, in my opinion. — Karebu 16:28, 1 August 2012 (UTC)

Why is this one page?[edit]

Function wise, the M4 203 is an M79 that holds half as much ammo and costs way more with a crappy assault rifle attached for Demo. The M4 is a proper assult rifle for Commando that costs as much as an AK. Why do they share the same page? -Nuclearneo577 00:53, 29 January 2013 (GMT)

Because in real life, the M203 is a grenade launcher that you can "attach" to the M4 or M16 so therefore, the gun nuts decided to "attach" the M4 203 page to the M4 page. Its a symbolic relationship that reflects the deeply intertwined and complex interactions between the 2 weapons in real life & its supposed to be "ART" (I think) so it automatically makes it hard to understand. Oh, & don't get them started on the difference between a "clip" & a "magazine". NO, don't tell me, a "clip" is that thingy you use to attach paper together & a "magazine" is that book full of pictures of nekkid women that you hide under the bed so your mom wouldn't find out. ;-)
In plain words, its because the guys who first edit the page made it that way & it seems too much work (not to mention kind of arrogant) to split them up so nobody did. -Porkchops 02:36, 29 January 2013 (GMT)