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Shoot or call 911?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Oleg Volk, Apr 24, 2007.

  1. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    Hi-res

    PS: Which THR members are these?
     
  2. TheDisturbed1

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    I love his expression :D

    Good message nonetheless ;)
     
  3. Frenchie Pete

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    In France, you before have to be killed, then you can shoot or call the police.
    :D
     
  4. bogie

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    What the heck is he holding?

    Tacticool boomsticks are okay, but IMHO, they make for lousy public-consumption posters.
     
  5. The-Fly

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    No idea who the members are. Your picture reminds me of the old Democrat vs Republican vs Libertarian joke.

    The Democrat ponders why the the bad guy is threatening him, did he have a bad child hood, etc. The Republican goes "BANG". And the Libertarian goes "RATTA TATTA TATTA TATTA BANG" :)
     
  6. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    He's holding the center post from my tripod. She's holding a 9mm AR.

    AFAIK, the person holding the AR is a Democrat, also a very effective RKBA activist.
     
  7. p2000sk

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    Sight seen, I'd say it is safer to pick choice A.
     
  8. Run&Shoot

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    I think he wants her to call 911 :D

    I think she plans to go bang! before calling 911 :cool:
     
  9. TheDisturbed1

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    definately choice A.

    and is that AR Full Auto?? :D
    and was the perp photoshopped in? (to go with the gun rule of not to aim at fellow patrons unless...)
     
  10. Tinmancr

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    political opinion aside

    who wanders there house with a heavily modified ar?
    9mm is an interesting choice.
    a good one in a house, don't want to kill the neighbors after all.
    How good are those point and shoots in the dark?
    I've never used one, usually just my 3 dot, irons or peeps.
     
  11. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    The AR is not automatic, it is an SBR with an AAC silencer. It was made safe for the photo. I used it specifically to make the choice of weapon seem immaterial compared to the benefits of its use. I also have a version with a .410 SxS shotgun.
     
  12. sm

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    I like it!

    I know who the lady is...;)
     
  13. jeepmor

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    Call 911, ask for ambulance, tell them to there's no rush....:uhoh:
     
  14. chris in va

    chris in va Senior Member

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    Eh, not very realistic. Give the lady a shotgun, have a small child cowering behind her and have the guy come at her with a large knife. Or bat.

    His shirt doesn't jive either. ;)

    Like the slogan though.
     
  15. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    I have a shotgun version. Didn't have a kid handy. Seems to me that disparity of force is illustrated well enough as is.
     
  16. chris in va

    chris in va Senior Member

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    You're up early!
     
  17. bogie

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    That poor man is being held at gunpoint by the bad person with a gun - I hope someone called the police.
     
  18. Seancass

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    i hope i'm allowed to laugh at the expression. good stuff
     
  19. Dionysusigma

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    Not digging the tricked-out 9mm AR... it looks like a toy or a paintball gun. BG's shirt (and watch, for that matter) is too nice-looking... stained undershirt might be more in line. Also, the BG's weapon is... well, kinda strange. If it was a chain, knife, or crowbar, it'd fit better. See if you can talk the guy into not shaving for a couple of days, too... ;)

    (sorry if any of the above sounds strange... I've not slept in 35 hours... )

    The message (and his expression) are priceless, though. :)
     
  20. Red Tornado

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    Okay, 19 posts later I still don't know who the members are. Steve knows, but he's not gunna tell!
    RT
     
  21. MD_Willington

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    lol.. I'm sorry but the bad guy reminds me of Shrek...

    sorry..

    lol
     
  22. 98C5

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    Hmmm, wouldn't that be considered excessive force?

    :confused:
     
  23. BOONER

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    Hey i dont look like shrek.......(do I )
     
  24. BOONER

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    No it wouldnt...... i would only beat her to death a little......... I am 6 5 295 pounds have a a serious background i would have rathered she had 308. alos it could have been a domestic situation as well. so looks of clothes are not an problem

    the supressed 9mm is a good choice low noise low recoil very fast follow up shots and a great ablity to be use strong or support hand only due to its weight and size..... g-17 9mm or sbr 9mm humm caliber is caliber and dead is dead
     
  25. foghornl

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    Don't know the members name (Lady holding the AR), but I beleive she is the same member Oleg featured in his recent "Cops arrive in time to draw chalk outlines" poster
     

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