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Periodic Table of Firearms

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by TauZero, Feb 27, 2012.

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  1. TauZero

    TauZero Member

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    Since there are some humorous "Periodic Tables" on the Internet, i thought i'd make one up as the Periodic Table of Firearms.

    There's only 103 spaces available, so if you don't see a "insert favorite gun here" then i'm sorry.

    Anyway, i hope you like it.


    In case the web site can't handle the full size picture, it's located here
    : http://i536.photobucket.com/albums/ff327/GreatTPhon/PeriodicTableofFirearms.jpg

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  2. Ryanxia

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    Someone's got a lot of time on their hands :)
     
  3. mortablunt

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    Thank you. Saved.
     
  4. wlewisiii

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    Cute. But the M1903 should be a few spaces over with the rest of the Mausers :what:

    (grinning, ducking & running)
     
  5. TurtlePhish

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    Really cool!

    I like the section with all the futuristic movie guns :D
     
  6. shotgunjoel

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    Very nice. As a chemist I appreciate that you grouped firearms properly.
     
  7. XD Fan

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    What?! Where is Mal's pistol and Zoe's mare's leg?

    Seriously, this is great. I love it. I want to print it and decopage (sp?) it on my shooting box.
     
  8. valnar

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    It's scary that I get most of the Sci-Fi gun references. Funny stuff!

    Gotta love Marvin the Martian.


    Good job!
     
  9. ms6852

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    Science and physics would definitely have been alot easier if tables like this were around in my time.
     
  10. allaroundhunter

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    I like it....except the Remington 700 is missing :confused:
     
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    Noisy Cricket...Awesome!
     
  12. wannabeagunsmith

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    What? No glock?
     
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    So does that mean that the Ithica NID is the most ammo-negative and likely to steal some else's ammo?
     
  14. valnar

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    True. Maybe leaving off an Enfield or minor Mauser might have been a good idea.
     
  15. El Mariachi

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    'We're gonna need a bigger table'.....
     
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    +1 on the Zat!! That's my absolute favorite sci-fi gun.
     
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    No m14 either......


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  18. allaroundhunter

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    Follow me for a second......bottom right of the table..... four from the end....G17
     
  19. TauZero

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    To tell the truth, i just plumb forgot about the M14. It really should be on there. I thought of the Remington 700, then forgot about it when i could of used it.

    But i'm not going to change it. Took me too long to make. I think the wife thinks i'm having some kind of online affair. Well, i sort of am, but not the kind she's thinking of...

    Glad everyone is enjoying this. I learned a lot making this too!

     
  20. J-Bar

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    ...now we need Tom Lehrer to put it to music!!
     
  21. allaroundhunter

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    The expensive guns coincide with the "noble" gases.....
     
  22. El Mariachi

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    Oooooh, nicely played, Sir.....:D
     
  23. B!ngoFuelUSN

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    Ahh, you beat me to it.
    Though the gun/noble gas logic thing is that they are non-reactive. So they mix with nothing. Rare, and no accessories. Not sure that is accurately represented.
    For the same reason, I'd move the AR one to the left. Violently reactive.
    Thought I don't know what kind of salt you get if you mix one mauser with a few AK's.
    :)
     
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    ...love it!! Would be an awesome poster!
     
  25. Liberty1776

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    Beautiful. My only observation is you didn't include the Samaritan.
     
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