New York City’s new vending machine, the Nerf machine, is a thing of beauty.
It has a metal handle that slides down a slot machine gun’s bottom.
It’s a weapon that will be part of the city’s future.
But it’s not the first machine gun to grace the city.
The gun has a history.
The first machine guns came from the Czech Republic in the mid-19th century.
These weapons were a precursor to the modern semiautomatic rifle, and they are still in use today.
The Czechs made their first machinegun during World War I, and the first gun to be exported to the United States, the Browning Hi-Power.
They weren’t just a novelty; they were a significant part of American military doctrine.
“They were like the guns of the future,” says Mark Hennig, author of Machine Guns: The Making of America’s Greatest Gun.
The guns were an idealistic response to the American Civil War, and it is no coincidence that the gun of the day was the machine gun.
Machine guns became popular in the early 20th century because they were cheap and easy to manufacture, and their design allowed for quick reloads.
And because they weren’t too heavy to carry, they were also easy to conceal.
By the 1920s, the machinegun had become a staple in the U.S. military.
In the early 1930s, after World War II, the U-boat invasion and the rise of Nazi Germany left the country with a war economy and a shrinking army.
In a world of shortages, the military needed weapons for its war machine, and this demand was a natural fit.
The U-boats and Nazi Germany’s victory in World War 2 created a surplus of guns.
They went to war with a U-2 spy plane, and a surplus machine gun became a new kind of weapon.
The machine gun was a perfect weapon.
It could fire so fast that the enemy couldn’t see the bullets hitting the ground.
The bullet would pass through the target’s armor, ricochet off the metal, and hit the target again and again.
The Germans didn’t know what hit them, but the machine guns did.
They could fire hundreds of rounds per minute.
It was a powerful weapon, but it also had a problem: It was not reliable.
A malfunction would kill the pilot, and there was no way to repair the weapon.
In 1931, the first U-5 gun was designed, and in 1932, the last U-1 was built.
The world was looking to the U6s and U7s as a replacement for the machineguns that had come before them.
In 1932, American inventor Fred S. “Fritz” Fritz made a gun for the U 6s called the “U-6B” and he had a patent on it.
He made a version of the gun for U-7s called “Futuristic,” and he patented the name “Nerf” for the gun, too.
The name “machine gun” was a play on the word “machine,” because the gun was essentially a mechanical device that fired a projectile at the target.
It had a barrel, and when the projectile hit the barrel, it would break the projectile apart and scatter it.
This gave the gun its name.
The Nerfs were a huge hit, with their cheap, simple design and easy production.
But the popularity of the machine-gun had a downside: The gun was prone to malfunctions.
There were several problems with the gun.
First, the gun had to be reloaded every time the gun fired.
The magazine that held the bullet could be jammed into the magazine and the gun would not fire.
Second, the firing mechanism was so small that the bullet would have to be pushed through the barrel.
Finally, the metal barrel would be hard to remove, and even if you managed to pull it off, it could still be jammed in the magazine.
And the bullets weren’t always reliable.
In 1937, the German Army started experimenting with using machine guns with a special ammunition that was loaded with depleted uranium.
The bullets had been dropped from aircraft and the soldiers were not able to fire them because of the problems with discharging them.
They were also difficult to load.
And finally, there were many issues with the weapon itself.
The metal barrel of the guns was a major problem.
When a bullet hits the metal side of the barrel of a machine gun the metal is crushed and compressed, making it much harder to fire.
The problem was so serious that, for the first time in history, the United Kingdom had to issue an emergency decree to ban the weapon in England.
But, according to the history of the weapon, it wasn’t that simple.
In 1938, the Army was experimenting with new types of ammunition.
The new type of ammunition was called the Tetracon, and, like the old ones, it was