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Throwing your gun....after it's empty

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Rembrandt, Jun 21, 2004.

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  1. DevilDog

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    mmm... can't see ever throwing one... but a maybe a golf club or two. I am sure there are still a couple that haven't landed yet... and the last time I chucked one of those was in the mid 1970's! :eek:
     
  2. Cestus

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    Out of curiosity, what is the proper technique to pistol-whipping?
    Always wanted to know.
     
  3. BluesBear

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    Hopefully he can shoot better scores with the new stock.
    If not he's really got something to be POed about now.
     
  4. Hal

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    Ahem,,, I can understand that perfectly....
    For those of you that say you never could or would,,,never say never.

    BTW, I didn't quite get that far gone. I was getting pretty darn close though. I could relate to a friend of mine that was pressured by his dad to excel at golf. The guy was really good at it. Good enough to consider turning pro. Old story - dad kept on him...nothing was ever good enough. One day he just walked away from the game (and his clubs - left them laying on the course) and never picked up a golf club for the 10 years that I knew him.
     
  5. Obiwan

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    Out of curiosity, what is the proper technique to pistol-whipping?

    I read somewhere that in "the old days" you were supposed to pull the trigger just as your 1911 smacked the person in the size of the head...

    Since "it is going to go off anyway so it might as well be intentional":eek:
     
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