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Firearms Expert Reacts To Call Of Duty: Vanguard’s Campaign Guns

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Jonathan Ferguson, a weapons expert and Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the Royal Armouries, breaks down the weaponry of Call Of Duty: Vanguard’s campaign, including the iconic M1 Garand, the STG 44, the MP40, and the Owen Gun.

In the latest video in the Firearm Expert Reacts series, Jonathan Ferguson–a weapons expert and Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the Royal Armouries–breaks down the guns of Call Of Duty: Vanguard and compares them to their real-life counterparts.

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  1. I believe when you watch something, go "no that's wrong" and then GRAB THE EXACT RIFLE BEING MISHANDLED from offscreen, that's what they call "bringing the reciepts"

  2. 19:36 I’d just like to mention that that gun either has a very small drum magazine and when she picks it up it grows or they only added it in first person.

  3. 8:30 Nope, that is definitely not the reason, because the 3-line rifle's bayonet is under the weapon (also inaccurate), and the Type 99 (should be Type 38) has the bayonet (wrong variant, should use a Type 30 Sword Bayonet) underneath as well. I absolutely could not understand why was the bayonet on the Kar 98 K mounted in such a ridiculous way.

  4. It almost feels like a flex when he keeps pulling out amazing rare guns that are in fantastic shape. It is definitely a fantastic collection of weapons and armor.

  5. I noticed the player actual does seem to press the garand release button on the reload in that stg44 clip from the pacific.

  6. I mean for the M1 Grands clip release, its very possible the character did hit it as they move their hand on the barrel down as their reloading and their thumb would cross over where the button is, though I'm not an expert on guns so maybe that wouldn't work that way

  7. so much money is put into videogames these days by big dog companies, and where does this money go?? games come out glitched, unfinished, buggy and also, cherry on top, inaccurate… so with triple double the money they have now since the ps1 era for example, they can't make a finished game, with all the technology we have there isn't even need for workarounds (silent hill1, crash bandicoot).

  8. Id love to see him go back and look at World at War’s guns. I always thought those were pretty accurate but I’m no expert

  9. good vid, although you would think a fire arms expert would know the correct pronunciations of the most prolifically known American ww2 rifle the The M1 Garand , just saying .

  10. I liked this one as soon as Jonathan brought up the common mistake made with the correct use of a bolt-action on WW2 weaponry, Jonathan is completely right, to my knowledge all of Commonweaths of Brittan were trained the same ways.

  11. 2:12 the player does actually press the release button on the Garand, however the press is very short and subtle, making it easy to miss. Go frame by frame or check it in game, it is there.

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