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Some new pictures from a rifle course

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Oleg Volk, Aug 5, 2004.

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  1. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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  2. Nightfall

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    Good stuff! I want me one of them fancy invisible rifles! :D
     
  3. RevDisk

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    Shooting from the supine firing position can really suck depending on how tall you are, the length of your weapon and if you are a guy.
     
  4. Kharn

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    Does anyone make Level IV jock straps or cups?

    I think I'd take a 24" AR for that portion of the class, dont want to lose anything important and I'm short enough for the muzzle to be well south...

    Kharn
    (Why, might I ask, is this in Legal and Political, instead of Strategies and Tactics or Art of the Rifle?)
     
  5. TarpleyG

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    I taking pics of a guy about 6 feet away from me shooting an AR with a muzzle brake on Saturday and the waves from the muzzle blast were uncomfortable. I can't imagine shooting one that close to my, um, package.

    Greg
     
  6. Oleg Volk

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    I think that's for life and death situations, like getting a guy with a knife off your back, so to speak.
     
  7. geekWithA.45

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    The "invisible assault rifle" gives me an idea...

    At work, when we've identified a troublesome member of a committee/team/whatever, we often "throw them a bone", which is to say, find a meaningless task for them to chew on that strikes a chord with their bias. It gets them out of the way, and expends their time, while the rest of us carry on with what needs doing.

    Perhaps we could convince the powers of organized and institutionalized gun bigotry of the dangers of the invisible assault weapon, and thus expend their resources. :)
     
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    Tarp, it's not so bad.:D

    geek, if I have not said this in a while, I'm sorry, but you brilliant!:cool:
     
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