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Can anyone introduce me to" GUN FOR RICERZ?"

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by jonny wong, Jul 19, 2003.

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  1. jonny wong

    jonny wong Member

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    Something that matches my IMPORTZ ride, here are some mods:

    super fly wings (+ 2hp), XL exhaust tips (+3hp), Cuztom bright yellow plugwires ( +16hp), Indi-glow Dashboard (+2.3hp), winshied washer lights, Altezza lights( just 4 style), Ajustable coil over spring, 20" RACING HART rimz ( ground hugger), gang of window stikers (+6hp). Aint "2 fast 2 furious wanna be" Boyz should be strapping? Talkinn about some potential business!






    BTW I will need NOs for my heat!:D :rolleyes:
     
  2. Chris Rhines

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    I dunno, maybe an STI 5.0 with red-and-violet tiger-striped frame, polished hard chrome slide finish, titanium 4-port compensator, and a Doctor Optik dot sight, in a Limcat Ghost holster?

    Problem is, most top-end raceguns really do shoot better than their stock equivelents... :D

    - Chris
     
  3. c_yeager

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    Easy, "Gold" plated Desert Eagle .50 You will also need an ar-15 with no less than 6 devices hanging from a variety of rails to include: a spotlight, red dot, and a vertical fore grip.
     
  4. brookstexas

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    Zundfolge Member

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    STI, SVI, too classy. Gold DE ... well maybe.

    what you need is a Fuschia Charles Daly DDA ... or the yellow "Dewalt" one

    [​IMG]
     
  6. Devonai

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    How can I put this diplomatically...

    If you want to generate more serious responses, I humbly suggest that you cut out the "boyz should be strapping" nonsense, and post using the english language.
     
  7. Zundfolge

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    Somehow I doubt he expected "serious" responses :evil:
     
  8. c_yeager

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    i think someones had a sense-of-humor-ectemy. Either that or its a generational thing.
     
  9. Sven

    Sven Senior Member

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    Barely seems firearms related.

    ...waiting for the other shoe to drop.
     
  10. George Hill

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    Glocks with stainless slides.
     
  11. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    Its a thread locking race!

    Three Moderators, fingers on their triggers, waiting for Jonny Wong to sentence his own thread to the lock pile through his own off-topic posts.

     
  12. Parker Dean

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    Oh, it's definitely the "DeWalt" version. Since yellow makes cars faster it only stands to reason that yellow would make your draw faster AND the guns cycle faster. Sounds like a WIN-WIN option to me!
     
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    Everyone knows that "sticker charging" is the best way to add horsepower. I would imagine that the same applies to firearms, no?
     
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    9X23, sorta like 9 Para on the bottle.
     
  15. Zach S

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    What about the stickers all over my toolbox? Hell theres so many i think it would run low tens...

    Anyway, want a ricer pistol? Get a beretta 92 and stick carbon fiber grips on it.

    Skunk, that was in no way directed at you, so please dont take offense, lol.
     
  16. 45R

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    Your list of potential guns

    Sig 220 Stainless with Nill drips
    Ruger MkII 512 GCL (gold trigger)
    Capsian 1911 with a Timacus slide
    Gold Plated MP5
    The wheel gun from the movie "XXX".
    COs powered Paintguns with OC balls
     
  17. bogie

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    Well, I'm not a "great" target shooter, so I've been collecting patches - I figure that by the time I get 'em all sewn on a jacket, I'll at least LOOK accurate...
     
  18. Kestryll

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    Here Ya' go!
    Nothing says "Bling Bling!" like knuckle spikes.
    And everyone knows a picture of a skull is good for at LEAST +20 HP!!

    [​IMG]


    Oh and, IN B4 THE LOCK!!:D
     
  19. Sunray

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    Ok, I'll bite. What is a "ricerz" pistol? I see some pictures of so-called race guns but nothing about a ricerz pistol.
     
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    ricerz are the homeboys wit the soupcan mufflers and rear wings on front wheel drive japaneze carz

    i would think the offerings from Intratec would be ricey
     
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    - Start with a cheap gun: I recommend a Jennings
    - Add an extended ego, er barrel
    - Have the word "magnum" somewhere on the gun regardless of caliber
    - Super grips: BONUS if you use grips meant for another gun
    - Big Asp Red Dot Sight: because
    - Laser sight: be sure it's big enough for everyone to know it's on there
    - Redundant Manufacturer Stickers
    - Stickers from quality manufacturers you can't afford
    - Japanese characters you can't identify

    What do you think?
    Have I seen this gun at an IPSC match before? No, that would require the extended 30-round magazine.

    [​IMG]
     
  22. Kestryll

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    The term 'Ricer' is usually used to refer to putting superfluous additions onto something to make it look 'faster' or 'meaner'.
    Most references nowadays are to import car owners, people who spend sensless amounts of money to add spoilers the size of another import car onto their front wheel drive car. Some actually modify their cars and get real improvement. Some others, the 'ricerz', tend to add things mainly for looks or because someone else did it and it seems cool. One of the seeming trademarks of a 'ricer' is the excessive use of stickers to claim parts that may or may not be on the car.
    Oh, and EVERY 'ricerz' car is a "Type R" :rolleyes:

    With guns it seems to be refering to hang every new toy possible off your handgun. The final evolution will be a crew served Glock 26.

    Both took the term from the old U.S. vs Japan motorcycle rivalry. Harley's or a "Rice-burner", what do you ride?

    The 'z' on the end is because it seems to be cool now to be illiterate.
    Really gives you hope for tomorrow doesn't it?
     
  23. Carlos Cabeza

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    Only every tactical guy I ever met.......

    Sounds like a 1911 vs. Glock thing to me !:D

    :neener:
     
  24. hksw

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    Keep in mind, though, that some who seem to be 'ricerz' do indeed have the go that goes with the show. Not unusual to see an externally modded compact that actually has 300+ horse under the hood. Even within the sport compact community, the 'ricerz', i.e. all show and no go, are generally looked down upon. True car fanatics (performance oriented) generally like to keep it low key with a couple items here and there to show that they might have more than what meets the eye. Then there are a few others who do like to show off what they have. And then there are the 'ricerz'.

    The general non-car oriented public, though, doesn't see the difference. If it ain't stock, it's 'rice'.
     
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    Did I get in in time????????????


    Kestryll

    Man, I cannot believe some did that to a 1911, sacralige!!

    :fire:
     
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