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Motivational Poster: Thought I would try my hand II

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by kentucky_smith, Jan 27, 2006.

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  1. Werewolf

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    No-Brakes 23:

    Love that one with the 1911... :D

    It doesn't hurt that there is still just a tiny bit of truth in the caption. :evil:
     
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    Thanks, Werewolf. I love my 1911, but it was a gift. Thankfully I didn't have to pay for it.

    Here's one that doesn't pick on any firearms.

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    While I didn't like it (I *LIKE* the 9mm, although I DO own a 1911, ) I agree with this.... nobody's making anyone read this thread.
     
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    I take it back....

    most of these posters have been high-larious!
     
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    I am pretty sure this is one of Oleg's images.

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    funny thread lol
     
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    My first attempt fun thread attempt aborted bad upload
     
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    Oh, why not...
    This one may actually be the .50 Beo Magnum. Wooooo!
     

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  17. Herself

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    Once again....

    (It's not an obsession! It's a hobby!)
     

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    And did you notice the weapon has been UNLOADED and placed down, before the liquor was poured?

    I think the suggestion was that after a day's shooting, a man enjoys a fine drink. (Well, a Maker's Mark if not a fine drink. It REALLY should be Talisker or Elijah Craig ;) )

    Of course, it would take...nah, that would be rude. I'm just going to laugh at the posters.

    IT'S A JOKE!
     
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    and i think putting alcohol and firearms under the jurisdiction of one agency is a violation of safety and intelligence.

    seriously, when i'm camping, i often shoot beer cans that i have personally emptied. i still do so in proper observance of the four rules and only when i'm sure i won't disturb other campers. i've been known to spend an entire day sipping on cold beer and plinking at empties with a .22. it is relaxing and enjoyable. personally, i don't feel comfortable hunting or participating in tactical training after imbibing, nor would i feel comfortable shooting after drinking with people i wasn't very familiar with. i don't get absolutely plastered when i shoot so i really can't see how there's anything wrong with it.

    some people seem to feel that alcohol abrogates responsibility, perhaps that's why there are so many unwed parents in today's world. in my view, however, there is nothing wrong with responsibly enjoying alcohol, firearms and maybe even a good cigar at the same time. for those of you who use alcohol as an excuse to do stupid things, well, maybe you SHOULD keep firearms and alcohol separate - don't drink and shoot and ESPECIALLY don't every let them close enough together that a photo could be taken of them together. that would, uh...... something, mumble mumble, offensive, bad, uh, dangerous!
     
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    ...:D
     

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    Well said, Chopinbloc.
    Biker
     
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    But I thought Remington ammo was for pansies;)

    (last time I shot some, ejection ranged from 6" to 10 FEET. Several failures to cycle an AR, and accuracy was for @#$. Inconsistent as all hell and CRAP. Switching to Wolf fixed the problem. And we wonder why American companies are having issues.)
     
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