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This Is My Rifle: Get World Of Guns Weapons For Free


Did you know Victory Day is the second most popular public holiday in Russia? Not the American one, the other one. Apparently so! It's s fun fact for you to impress your friends with at your next swinging party.

And in celebration of Victory Day, 5,000 of you can use the following code to unlock every last World War II weapon model in World of Guns: Gun Disassembly [official site], a free-to-play game about the kind of meditative concentration of disassembling and reassembling various guns. Try not to think too hard about the strange irony of celebrating Victory Day with guns, and instead cock yer pistol to the sky and shoot and shoot and scream forever like you're Colonel Tex O'Hara.

The WW2 pack usually costs £6.99 and is free for all to try this weekend, but this code will let you keep them forever. To redeem it, first download World of Guns from Steam, then open the console by pressing the ~ key then enter the following command:

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The code will unlock the following list of guns too: Antitank Boys, DP-27, Lee Enfield, Liberator FP-45, Luger P08, M1 Garand, Mauser K98, MG 34, Mosin Nagant, MP40, Ppsh-41, SKS, Sten MK2, Stg.44, Thompson, TT pistol, Walther P38. And remember it's first-come, first-served.

We wrote fondly about World of Guns: Gun Disassembly last year, calling its gameplay "almost philosophical," which is partly a joke but I think very true. Tell me there isn't something calm and contemplative a game that "lets you delve into the inner workings of guns from the largest gears to the smallest screws." Even to a gun layman like myself it sounds like pure porn. There's an X-Ray mode, a slow-motion mode, a hardcore mode. You can paint your guns and share your gun textures. You can name your gun Charlene and love it like your wife.

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