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Favorite gun quotes NOT from movies

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by JBusch8899, Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. JBusch8899

    JBusch8899 member

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    This one I said myself........

    I was off duty and wearing blue jeans, sneakers, tee shirt and a leather jacket (but still looks as a cop)......talking with a friend moonlighting in his real cop uniform.

    A guys walks by and says sarcastically,"Look at all the badges and guns".

    My response: "I don't have a badge".
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    This one I overheard from an arrest of an extraordinary mouthy criminal:

    Criminal to his wife: "When I make bail, I'm gonna cap your ass!"

    Cop: "When you make bail, you're going to have a scorching case of dented hemmhoroids just before a terminal case of lead poisoning from my Glock.
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    Jail C.O.: "No guns allowed"

    Visitor: "Does that include the criminals?"
     
  2. xds&gsps

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    My favorite is in my sig line my Grandpa said it:

    "All men are not created equal, but there are equalizers"
     
  3. carterbeauford

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    The quote in my sig is pretty good... saw it on "police guns" yesterday, from some guy that was a retired Mass state trooper.
     
  4. rritter

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    "There ain't many problems a man can't fix / with seven hundred dollars and a thirty-ought six" - Col. Jeff Cooper's daughter, whose name I don't remember.
     
  5. Green Lantern

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    Found a while back on a preparedness site (I'll reference it if I can find it again!)

    "Be polite, be professional, but always have a plan to kill anyone you consider a threat!" ;)
     
  6. mpmarty

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    Join the service,
    Travel to foreign lands,
    Meet strange people,
    Kill them.
     
  7. Deanimator

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    "You're just a head over a front sight post to me." - Me, to a fraternity boy who thought he'd "intimidate" me by staring me down in the meal line in the dining hall.
     
  8. HMMurdock

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    "Never trust a woman or an automatic weapon." --John Dillinger :cool:

    ...I think I'm gonna make that my sig line, now that I'm thinking about it...

    Thanks!

    TRL
     
  9. Zundfolge

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    God made man. Sam colt made them equal.
     
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    On the range in a Jim Cirillo class at the Firearms Academy of Seattle.

    Jim Cirillo (to several students still downrange hanging targets): Stay low when the shooting starts.
     
  11. Moondoggie

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    Me to the burglar who was squinting (and using one hand to shield his eyes) into my flashlight beam when I caught him exiting my garage at 4:00 AM.

    "What you need to understand is that I'm looking at you across the top of a .45 automatic, and I'm not putting up with any B#ll Sh@t!" delivered in my best DI command voice. (I was a DI in the Marines, circa 74-76.)

    He and his partner "assumed the position" as directed until the deputies arrived just a few moments later.
     
  12. Stevie-Ray

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    "Oh yeah, I gotta have a lot of guns!".........Me, after the wife once said, "You don't need anymore guns."
     
  13. John-Melb

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    Scenario, back in the days when the army use to pay cash, the Regimental Sergeant Major walks out of the Australian Army Orderly Room to see the unit pay chest sitting on the ground, there's a soldier standing about ten feet away from the chest, smoking a cigarette. The RSM, believing the pay chest to be unguarded, approaches it and attempts to pick it up.

    Digger; Don't touch the f****** pay chest sir.
    RSM: Do you kno who I am digger?
    Digger: Yes sir, your the RSM
    The RSM again bends down to pick up the pay chest
    Digger; I said dont touch the f****** pay chest sir.
    The RSM stands up looking particularly nasty and places his hands on his hips, before he can start roaring the digger speaks up again
    Digger; Do you know who I am sir, I'm the pay guard (moving his jacket to reveal a Browning butt forward on the left hip), that chest's got my mate's pays in it and if you attempt to touch it again, I will shoot you.
    RSM:(Starting to smile) carry on digger.

    Yes, the young digger was me.
     
  14. lawson

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    "a gun is your best friend, but like all best friends, you need to look after it like it looks after you"

    -Eb Clark, my grandfather, said when teaching me how to clean guns.
     
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    Two young punks approached me as I exited my armored truck -

    "Stay away from the vehicle!" I said in my best command voice.

    "Didn't mean to threaten you," one kid says laughing.

    "Kid," I said, placing my hand on the grip of my S&W 9mm, "you aren't a threat to me - just a target."
     
  16. Texfire

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    I thought I heard that, but I was doing something else and was sure I just heard it wrong.

    Tex
     
  17. Texfire

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    We had our annual August Hawaiian shirt shoot last weekend my SASS club. One of the very colorful, if not satorial, shooters was heard saying, "Well, I'll never be embarassed about dressing like a cowboy again..."

    Tex
     
  18. knoxx45

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    how about

    "don't shoot till you see the whites of their eyes"

    Present day english to english translation:
    "don't shoot till you see the blue of their helmets"

    I know that i just stole that from some one here, but I like it anyway.


    Another good one was me the first time that I was "made" at work.
    Co-worker: "Hey what's that in your pants?"
    Me: "My d!ck, you want to see it?".... never had a problem again.
     
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    My first Flight Chief in the AF, MSgt Don Hamilton, a Vietnam vet. "There ain't no incomin'." Meaning: there's nothing to get excited about. If there *is* incomin', then it's time to get excited. :D
     
  20. gunsmith

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    working as an armed guard in frisco

    allowed me many quips...

    When asked "when was I allowed to shoot some one"? I would reply ..."oh, you know, if I have a hangover or in a bad mood"
    When asked "is that gun loaded?" I replied.."of course it is, you can't shoot anyone with an unloaded gun"

    "why don't you put your gun away & fight me like a man"
    me -"I'd rather shoot you from a distance so I don't get your smell on me"
     
  21. mogunner

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    Favorite gun quotes

    " You'll never hear the shot that kills you" Unknown Sniper.
     
  22. jashobeam

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    "Don't shoot 'til you can see the whites!"--Red Fox as Fred Sanford on the TV sitcom Sanford and Son
     
  23. LanEvo`

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    This one actually happened to me years ago when I first bought a .45ACP. Previously, I shot only a pair of S&W L-frames and a Browning Buckmark .22LR. When I showed up with a 6" 586, my Buckmark, and the .45ACP, one of the old timers said:

    "A .38 revolver, a .22 auto, and a .45 auto. That's the Holy Trinity right there."

    I still laugh when I think of that :D
     
  24. RH822

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    If you can't run 3200 fps, don't p**s me off.

    FT. Hood Texas, M-16 rifle range NCO 1984.

    RH
     
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    "Don't bother totin' it if you ain't willin' to pull it. Don't pull it unless you're willin' to draw down on somebody. Don't draw down on somebody unless you're willing to shoot 'em, and don't shoot nobody unless you're wantin' to kill 'em. Don't kill a man unless you're willing to pay the price." - My Grandpa

    That was my Grandpa's way of explaining that if you're going to carry a gun, you'd better be willing to pay the price if you ever have to use it. If you're not, don't bother carrying it at all.
     
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