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Knut's M110

Knut's M110 1

General

Class

Type

Sniper Rifle

Rank

(1) Trainee

Euros

Euro N/A

Aeria Points

AP N/A

Tickets

Tickets 250 (Blue)

Firing Modes

Semi-automatic

Mods

Front

No

Mount

No

Barrel

No

Trigger

No

Grip

No

Stock

No

Statistics

Attack

91

Range

88

Accuracy

?

→ Auto Fire

?

Control

25

Auto Fire

?

Capacity

20

Mobility

12

Detailed Statistics

Piercing

?

Accuracy

93

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Zooming

?

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Auto Fire

?

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Zoom Auto

?

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Control

25

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Zooming

?

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Hidden Statistics

Zoom

No

Scope

Yes

Draw Speed

?

Reload Time

?

Suppressor

No

Kill Feed

?


A caricature of the polar bear is deployed on this SR-25 model.New bullets increasing its power. R.I.P. Knut.
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Knut (German pronunciation: [ˈknuːt] ([1] listen); 5 December 2006 – 19 March 2011) was a polar bear who was born in captivity at the Berlin Zoological Garden. Rejected by his mother at birth, he was raised by zookeepers. He was the first polar bear cub to survive past infancy at the Berlin Zoo in more than 30 years. At one time the subject of international controversy, he became a tourist attraction and commercial success.[1] After the German tabloid newspaper Bild ran a quote from an animal rights activist that decried keeping the cub in captivity, fans worldwide rallied in support of his being hand-raised by humans. Children protested outside the zoo, and e-mails and letters expressing sympathy for the cub's life were sent from around the world.

Knut became the center of a mass media phenomenon dubbed "Knutmania" that spanned the globe and spawned toys, media specials, DVDs, and books. Because of this, the cub was largely responsible for a significant increase in revenue, estimated at about five million euros, at the Berlin Zoo in 2007. Attendance figures for the year increased by an estimated 30 percent, making it the most profitable year in its 163-year history.[2]

On 19 March 2011, Knut unexpectedly died at the age of four. His death was caused by drowning after he collapsed into his enclosure's pool while suffering from encephalitis."

- Information from Wikipedia; credit to all who contributed towards Knut's Wikipedia.

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