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Discussion in 'Strategies, Tactics and Training' started by P95loser, Dec 22, 2009.

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  1. P95loser

    P95loser Member

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    Just came across this:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMgKoFZ3rQI

    I can't believe someone would actually consider one of these as a HD tool...

    Sure its a dummy glock they used to show this, but it still is advocating something that looks, well just dumb.
     
  2. thebigc

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    it looks like there just advocating beating up a pita printer i loled at the old lady near the end though pure gold.
     
  3. fineredmist

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    DUMB, DUMBER and DUMBEST
     
  4. mustang_steve

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    More video time should be given to the raven haired lady in the white blouse.

    OK, enough of my red-blooded shenaningians.....seriously, they could have stabbed themselves badly doing crap like that. Not safe at all.
     
  5. JEB

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    idiots
     
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    Did NO ONE have a RIFLE bayonet? They could have done some real damage with that.
     
  7. millertyme

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    I think you could dismantle a fax machine faster by doing it properly. or just by lifting it up over your head and throwing it against things. I've never though much of those pistol bayonets. If these are the kinds of people who attach them to their pistols and actually let themselves be vidoetaped doing stuff like this, it speaks worlds of the onwners of pistol bayonets.
     
  8. Avenger29

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    Shakes head...


    That's too much work for my tastes. Do these people know not of 12 gauge slugs?
     
  9. YaNi

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    You don't even need to be in visual range to stick em with a mosin bayonet.
     
  10. Darkninja

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    :p

    Why would you use a pistol bayonet... ever. If I have a pistol I'm going to use it, if I run out of ammo, and all I have left is a knife, well it is going in my hand to maximize effectiveness, not attached to my pistol...
     
  11. UranusDestiny

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    I'm pretty sure that it's meant to be stupid. That's the whole point of the pistol bayonet. Its an amusing novelty, and that's its selling point.
     
  12. coloradokevin

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    ^^ Yeah, that.

    I've seen the pistol bayonets sold in stores before, and I don't think anyone I've talked to ever viewed it as more than just an entertaining novelty item! It looks funny, it starts conversations, it is different than other things you see on a pistol accessory rail, and that's about it.
     
  13. Backpacker33

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    I'm STILL ROFLMAO!

    Do ya really think that's a fake Glock? Could be a realzies!

    My fave moment is about 3/4 through when some dimbulb sticks his foot up there while another is still hammering away!

    The world would be a lot less fun without dumb stuff/people.

    BTW, I've found people LOVE shootin' up common household appliances (properly de-fanged of glass, end explosive gasses, etc). Children love shootin' up toys. I go to Walmart, Wallgreens, Target, etc. (yard sales, too), after every so-called holiday and buy up the toys and ornaments at ten cents to a quarter each, and set them on a 4X4 for kids to blast with .22s. It's funny how often Dad and Mom want a shot . . ..
    Gotta watch them moms, though. One was rummaging through my toy, er, target box and found a favorite of one of her sons. Promptly stuffed it in her purse! HARRUMPH!
    - Backpacker
     
  14. Doggy Daddy

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    Office Space did it much better! :D

    DD
     
  15. alemonkey

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    Wow. I think I could do more damage with bare fists.
     
  16. Darkninja

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    Damn. Raise your hand if you thought that was a link.

    It is funny to an extent, but I can only wonder what idiots will try to emulate this for HD... :uhoh:
     
  17. HankB

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    A pistol bayonet?

    If you're close enough to stick someone, aren't you close enough to shoot them?

    Silliness. :rolleyes:
     
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    i did too
     
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    Ya gotta admit... that bayonet held up pretty well to that abuse and was even sharp enough to cut the wires!
     
  21. Zach S

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    The more time and effort you spend destroying the target, the more you get to vent, therefore its more therapeutic. Cheaper than a shrink too...
     
  22. BattleChimp Potemkin

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    The Mosin Bayonet, the only knife on the planet needing forward observers to employ accurately :D

    Still, pistol bayonet? If it gets to a point where I need a knife on my gun, I am messed up in a fight. But then again, one hand, gun+knife, not two separate things? Meh, I'll keep the rail on my pistol clear for my TLR-1. More useful in the home...
     
  23. boatme99

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    What a bunch of morons.
     
  24. XD Fan

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    It was perhaps stupidly dangerous, but I still found it amusing. I have had office equipment that I dearly wanted to treat in a similar fashion.

    And I find the pistol bayonets to be an amusing novelty. I can imagine Gecko45 including it in his vaunted arsenal.
     
  25. cubesmoothie

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    A baseball bat or a golf club would be far more effective.
     
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