Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by GunnyUSMC, Mar 19, 2019.
Some interesting inferences to be drawn from these photos...
I saw the head, but the dog was really a baboon with a flattened nose.
Gunny, if you can find one with a "Jesus" figure you can ask any price on Ebay. Go for it!
Kind of looking at ink blots I think. Everyone has their own interpretation of the pictures.
Paradolia. I learned a new word today. Thanks.
Or a young badger.
That is just so wrong. It’s really an over weight Elvis.
I still think it looks like a dog that I used to have
So are you saying microstamping is a thing now?
Nope. These are just flukes.
Somewhere in mu desk I have several that I have found over the last few years.
Looking at these.....I'm thinking "a smart criminal will carry a revolver". The less you leave at the scene of your crime...the better methinks.
Here are some more.
I think this one looks like Mike Tyson.
Nope. It's the Mummy. The old one. No, not that one, Brendan Fraser isn't that old, the OLD one!
Looks like one of them orcs in Lord of The Rings to me.
I thought Mike Tyson was an Orc.
looks like the one came from easter island . and i agree on a badger . last 3 look like alien twinn babies on top , a rottweiler on bottom . and the middle i'm not sure , but it made me giggle.
You guys are nuts. Every one is a beautiful woman. Can’t see it? It helps to close your eyes.
So, primer strikes as Rorschach drawings, a new source for psychologists. I'm sure they'd have a ball with this group. lol
All I see in those pictures is a guy that gets pretty bored at work.
But I get paid to shoot a lot of guns.
It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it.
The whole thing looks like someone or several someones have too much time on their hands.
I'm going to stick with cloud gazing----when the weather gets a little warmer.
Think of the fun you could have with the right scanning electron microscope! It is surprising how individualized each strike can be.
And again the 'smart criminal' (is that an oxymoron?) after a shooting will remove the firing pin and give it a light swipe with file or sandpaper so no more 'badgers' or 'ernies' on primers from that gun. Guess it's good that many criminals aren't so industrious to cover their tracks.
I agree that many are not that smart. Some would have trouble just breaking down the gun for cleaning.
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