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is it true that it's possible to get a golden gnasher in gears 2?
Controversial Controversy Edit
Is it just me or does the "Controversy" section seem to spend too much time telling people how they should use the weapon and refer to the writer and reader too much? Not to mention it takes a side on a common complaint by players. There are several fallicies and 'instructions' in it. For starters, you don't have to be host to kill in one shot on an undamaged foe. It's just far more likely, non hosts can get 1 shotters with blind fire so aiming would definitely cause 1-shots. And you don't 'have' to have an active reload, it just increases the damage so that less of your round has to hit to deliver that 1 shot kill Sir VicMignogna
- I'd drop it all. Not a single source. That how's a wiki roll.--Jack Black 20:35, 31 July 2009 (UTC)
surprising range for a shotgun Edit
"The Gnasher also had a suprising range for a shotgun, capable of inflicting (albeit minimal) harm to targets 8 meters away." 8 meters is surprising for a shotgun? lolwut. It seems normal by video game standards and downright horrible for an actual shotgun.
- You ever fired a real shotgun? And talk pages are not forums. --JacktheBlack 10:26, October 16, 2011 (UTC)
12 gauge Edit
On the page it says that the gnasher is a 12 gauge shotgun, I think this is an assumption as there is no point in any of the gears of war games that says so. Should we remove it?
All sources I can find refer to it as 12-gauge, so I assume it's correct. Oh, and please sign your comments.----User:Gears4Life
Size Difference? Edit
Did anyone notice the size difference between Gear 2 and Gears 3? I'll put this in Behind the scenes, delete if you think i'm wrong ( but please don't be a douche and delete it right off the bat )