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mall ninja weapons

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by k9870, Dec 25, 2008.

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  1. k9870

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    couldnt resist
     

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  2. Pulse

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    that Glock is missing a bayonet!

    now, i dont know if it is good or bad that i noticed that. :/
     
  3. Tirod

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    Frankly, darn few mall ninjas actually get to carry firearms. And I imagine scabbards for an H&R scoped 12 ga pump won't strap onto their Segways very well.

    Might have to get an extra roll of duct tape.
     
  4. MT GUNNY

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    The Flash light on that shotgun just will not work in that position. it must be mounted on the side of the barrel. Otherwise the Bayonet will be a Shadow in the light.:)
     
  5. jerkface11

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    there's a grenade launcher mounted on that grenade launcher
     
  6. 05kas05

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    is that their christmas wish list for next year
     
  7. NeoSpud

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    Yo dawg, I heard you like 'nades so we put a grenade launcher on your grenade launcher, so you can frag while you frag.
     

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    I must protest the stereotype projected by the use of duct tape on a firearm. It's very misleading.....and it reminds me a little bit of home.
     
  9. Golden Hound

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    Do mall ninjas actually exist, or is this an example of a whole internet-phenomenon whose only basis in reality is one person (who is himself a deliberate joke)? I certainly have never seen any security guards in malls or elsewhere who are superfluously armed.
     
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    I would respect mall ninjas more if the situation were such that you rarely saw them, and when you did it would be from, for example, pulling aside a chunk of clothes on gallows and behind them, up to the wall, standing, would be a hooded ninja, silent, alert, with a matte black 870 pump action ready. And later, you sitting on the toilet, looking up, you see the same ninja in a spider position in the celing in the narrow booth, 870 ready.
     
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    Not being one who often uses the expression, I didn't think that the term refers to anyone who actually works in a mall. I though it was referencing someone who takes their tactical lifestyle more seriously than most soldiers, despite the fact they don't go anywhere more dangerous than the local mall.
     
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    It's ironic that "ninja" has today become synonymous with the idea of flashy, elaborate, stylized destructive violence. I thought the whole point of a ninja was that he's not supposed to be seen at all.
     
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    That 2nd picture...

    Is that a gun or a jet engine?:rolleyes:
     
  14. Golden Hound

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    A true tacticool weapon needs to have a scope for its scope. Ideally, three or more scopes. For maximum magnification. It's a well known fact that if you put one scope in front of another scope of the same power, you can see twice as far. This effect can be amplified with each successive scope. Some of the best snipers are known to use "trains" of six or seven scopes to see for several miles.
     
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    Has anybody ever identified the "fluffy thing" behind the scopes? :uhoh:
    [​IMG]
     
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    It's the latter.
     
  17. MikePGS

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    Don't forget the shark knife:

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  18. BADUNAME37

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    That Shark Knife looks

    like something I would get all tangled up in.

    By myself!:eek:
     
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    We can't forget this guy

    [​IMG]
     
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    That Fluffy Thing

    behind the scopes looks like something I put onto two brides after I caught them (the fluffy things, that is) at each of the weddings.:uhoh:

    That was nearly 30 years ago.
     
  21. MikePGS

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    What if you need to stab someone in the dark?

    [​IMG]
     
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    I hope that's the CHEMISTRY PROFESSOR!:)


    If I need to stab someone in the dark, I'll run like heck!
     
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    Yeah!, any fool can see it is a Mall Ninja in a carpet gilley suit, and all set to fire! :neener:
     
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    Ah, the fluffy thing would be the ninja kitten.
     
  25. k9870

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    no its a tactical feather desighned to clean off scopessss

    and the kel tec is on the left side so i think the shottys for left handed ppl
     
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