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frag

In gaming, to kill one's opponent. The term came from the Vietnam War, meaning to assassinate one of your own and make it look like it was done by the enemy. Obviously, the target was an unpopular member of the team.
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With the break-down of discipline the soldiers were unable to withstand stress, therefore, it is hardly surprising that thousands of them took their own lives, while some others resorted to fragging.
George Lepre spent several years in the Army and set out to research the real truth behind reports he'd heard: FRAGGING is an outstanding result, recommended for any military library.
Now you can be right in the middle of the action -- whether you're fragging the enemy or watching an HD movie, your experience will be ultra-realistic.
Steel is great for shooting lots of amino at as long as you remember the projectiles are bouncing or fragging off the target.