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Ausir, it means, that some China/enemy forces were attacked on territory behind Bering Strait. In real world it is/was Russian/Soviet teritory. Any more details about that part of prewar world? (was that part of Siberia conquered earlier by China?). What is the source of this information? --dotz 10:06, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

Theres no true reason for this to be designed like a Minigun. Edit

There's no real reason for this gun to be designed like a minigun, with multiple barrels spinning to lower the heat it generates. If anything, it would have created large amounts of electrical discharge. How could spinning the barrels do anything beneficial for the gun? Actually, since its a Gauss gun, it should also have extremely low recoil due to the projectile being projected by the coils, and not from propellant. So this gun should be firing more close to 40 rounds per burst instead of 20. Now that I truly think about it though, this is mostly video game logic, so I should just stop thinking past this now. 20:19, April 11, 2014 (UTC)

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