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Makes me feel safeer!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by CentralTexas, Jul 2, 2005.

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  1. CentralTexas

    CentralTexas Member

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    This is a "what's wrong with this picture" picture!
    CT
     

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  2. gulogulo1970

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    His arm is too big for his shirt?
     
  3. Alex45ACP

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    I know what the answer is supposed to be but I won't say it yet.

    However, the biggest thing I found wrong with that picture is that he's holding a rifle that a citizen is restricted from owning in NYC.
     
  4. CentralTexas

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    Not his body that's the problem,

    keep trying....
     
  5. VARifleman

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    His sight? Afterall...you did name the file that...I'm going to have some fun with that pic though... :cool:
     
  6. Third_Rail

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    His scope is backwards - that's an old picture.
     
  7. Taurus 66

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    Third_Rail, the scope's not backwards. The rifle's backwards!
     
  8. Mr. Loud Guns

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    That rifle isn't backwards. I think it is that the security guard is carring an m4 in the first place. Shouldn't that be a handgun.
     
  9. Third_Rail

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    Right, my mistake - the scope is A-OK. The rifle is backwards. :neener:
     
  10. bratch

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    Dats a BIG boy.
     
  11. chris in va

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    I still don't get it. :confused:
     
  12. yorec

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    Yep old picture - illuminator on scope should point same direction as muzzle, that'll help some who don't see it yet. Er, or is that the battery pack? - I don't remember, but it should be positioned toward the butt end instead of to the muzzle...

    The PR guys who actually let this pic out should be ashamed o' themselves. Course they probably STILL don't know any better... :rolleyes:
     
  13. Cesiumsponge

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    Just a stupid question from me since I don't have an Aimpoint. Will it still work if it is flipped around or the dot isn't visible from the muzzle-end? Is it still funtional? I know you can't see an EOTech from the wrong side, but I'm honestly not sure with other red dot sights. I think my Kobra can be viewed from the other side but I don't have it handy to check.
     
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