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Gun-fu and 'gansta' style shooting

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by max popenker, May 6, 2006.

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  1. max popenker

    max popenker Member

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    the caption says it all; and this is 1930's wintage action discussed!

    pic is scanned from book "The Worlds Machine Pistols and Submachine Guns, Vol. 2" by Thomas B. Nelson & Daniel D. Musgrave.
     
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    Wow, there's a lesson for sure. When you screw up, then say 'I did that on purpose', you could be influencing historical record for years to come. Amazing!
     
  3. Reacher

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    Anyone see Carlos Mencia do his skit on how to teach Gangstas to shoot right. I think it was called Drive-by School or something like that.

    There was one gangsta holding his pistol sideways and Carlos asked him "why do you hold it like that?" The hood replied "because I look good holding it like this." Carlos replied "you may look good but you shoot like sh*t." He then proceeded to turn the pistol upright and the hood was amazed and said "wow, the sights line up and everything."

    He corrected 2 or 3 other hoods in a similar fashon... I was rolling. :D

    EDITED: For Finch's delecate ears. :p
     
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    This thread calls for the infamous Birdman HomeBoy Nyte Sytes
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  5. Finch

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    LMAO reacher, I found that clip you were talking about

    Here is a link if anyone is interested.



    pssst reacher, you may want to edit out the profanity...
     
  6. Biker

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    Actually, that method of shooting combined with the high ROF for the machine pistol was supposed to be very effective for controlling crowds.
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  7. the naked prophet

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    And by "controlling" you mean the same version of "control" used in gun control.
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean, Prophet, but I meant that it looks to be effective in breaking up large numbers of tightly packed bodies.:)
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    I think he means "gun control = destroy all guns," "crowd control=..."etc.

    Jesse
     
  10. johnnytang24

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    Has anyone tried the 'gangsta' style of shooting? What was the experience like? I've always wanted to try one mag that way, but I can't ever find the range empty (some things are just to embarrassing to be done around others).

    Thanks.
     
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    Lessee, he's pulling a mag out of a pouch...holding the gun sideways...

    Gangsta:rolleyes:
     
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    I did some plinking gangster style once. I made sure that I was FAR away from where anyone might see me. Being from Wyoming, I would be killed for shooting a gun like that. To tell you the truth, it made me feel dirty, and very "special". Don't try this at home kids.
     
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