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100 rounds of 9mm vs Dell PC

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Freezebyte, Feb 23, 2009.

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  1. Freezebyte

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  2. ThrottleJockey

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    It's a dell, probably works better now! Next time, try some tannerite.
     
  3. HeavenlySword

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    lol freeze
     
  4. kiko1

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    I've often wanted to do that to MY PC!
     
  5. Vonderek

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    After my Dell's hard drive failed for the third time I was nowhere near a range so I put mine out of its misery with a gladius.
     
  6. Bill2e

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    Great victory against the Dell PC bandit attack, glad you made it out in one piece:neener:

    Nothing better than the plinking range, we had to to fend of the attack of 24 hard charging (aggitated & shaken) soda cans and bunch of clay pigions yesterday.:D

    Glad to report we made home in one piece, can't say the same for the soda's & Clays.
     
  7. Hostile Amish

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    Shoulda used a .50
     
  8. I_AM_LEGEND

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    nice, shoulda busted out the shotty to finish it off... I've had a few computers I've wanted to do that too.
     
  9. The Lone Haranguer

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    If you had used .45 that thing would be vaporized. :neener:
     
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    I have just one question. Did the rage start at home?

    I've always wanted to just blast the tv, and I would but then I'd have to clean up the mess.

    Too bad they don't have a range at the landfill.
     
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    Hoooorrrrayyyyyyyy. Me hates computers.
     
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    I took the hard drive out of my last computer and gently massaged it with some .22 magnum and .38 special.
     
  13. Deanimator

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    It's probably as reliable now as it was when it left the factory...
     
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    Do you feel better now?
     
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    Good riddance. Should have shot it with something bigger :evil:
     
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    I'd contact Dell and see if they'll fix it under warrenty...:D
     
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    Is that how you defeat hackers?
     
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    Wow!

    Since the motherboard is on the left (as viewed from the front), that appears to have been a fairly new computer. Wasn't worth upgrading, selling, fixing, giving away?
     
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    If it was an A10 warthog, it'd still run!
     
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    Niiiiceeee. WIsh i could do something like that, but my computer cost too much...:(:D
     
  21. Claude Clay

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    my dell looks much like that and its never been shot
     
  22. Freezebyte

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    Its the odd Intel BTX form factor that they were trying to shove down the industries throught back in 2005 when that computer was made. That model from Dell already had its mobo replaced once under warranty a year before. Even the Dell tech that came out said that if it did it again, just replace the whole thing. Wouldn't you know it, and it began to overheat and randomly reset and restart AGAIN in Dec. Even after four hours of working on the damn thing, I had no luck. At times like that, you cut your loses and move on. Technology move so fast that it boils down to cost vs loss. In this case, with no warranty and the price to even think of getting an new mobo, a new computer with warranty was the best option
     
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    That's awesome. I thought that 100 rounds of 9mm was costing as much as a computer these days:eek:
     
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    Now *THAT* is how to remove a virus!!!

    TVs/monitors are lots of fun to kill, but do it somewhere where glass shrapnel isn't a problem. THe first shot creates an explosion from the picture tube that's near .38 Special levels.

    Q
     
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    A trip to the desert with a box of hard drives and an old PC taught me the value of slugs. Next best were the rifles. Handguns (as you can see in those pictures) are not very effective against computers and shot (including buck) just dented sheetmetal.

    The real world is educational.
     
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