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Too much gun.....

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Jake, Jul 23, 2005.

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  1. Jake

    Jake Member

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    There are surely calibers suited for rifles, and those which are suited for handguns....
     
  3. SpaceCowboy

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    What was that?!!!!!
     
  4. Jake

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    I believe it was a T\C Contender in .600 NE.
     
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    :scrutiny:

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    BWAAAA HAA HA HAAAAAA!!! :D :eek: *gasp* HAA HA HAAA! :D

    Thus proving that things are often invented before asking "Should we really be doing this?" :p
     
  6. SpaceCowboy

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    Here is a question for all of you; assumably, .600 Nitro is in the area of .600 caliber. What permit do you need to get one of those?

    --Hope that guy's scope is all right.
     
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    What's that old comment about some people having more money than sense?

    :what:
     
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    Now that was funny :D
     
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    Thanks justin. In that case, I'm off the gun store to get a 700 NE, 'cause now I feel outgunned with my .375 H&H.
     
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    Hurrah for 2nd Amendment freedoms. It allows some people to do crazy things I'd never, ever, ever consider. Hurrah for technology too to record these stunts so that I may view them in the safety and comfort of my own home.

    He was considering firing it one handed at the very beginning... :what:

    I cut the clip so it starts at 17 seconds. I must have played that part two dozen times watching that gun tumble out of his hands before I stopped laughing.

    I love the sign right behind him.

    AIM EVERY SHOT
     
  12. gbran

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    The shooter is a big ole boy and he didn't look like he was limp wristing it.
     
  13. JohnKSa

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    Was he injured? It looks like it hit him in the head on the way to the concrete...

    Hope that wasn't an expensive scope. And I hope he made the guy who called him a big sissy shoot it next. ;)
     
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    Nope, it arced right past his hat and tumbled all the way to concretesville. Anyone want to start an America's Funniest Gun Videos thread and have a vote on the funnniest clip? :D
     
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    So. Do you think he'll flinch the next time he shoots it?
     
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    the 'next time?' ??

    do you think he'll be that crazy twice?? whooeee.whatagun!!
     
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    I think that was a video of an unstoppable force finding its way around an immovable object. :evil:
     
  18. Cesiumsponge

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    How much does it cost for a single .600NE round? He shot the cartridge and likely missed the paper, and damaged his gun and ego. Costly mistake!
     
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    Going through it frame-by-frame, I believe it may have smacked him in the noggin on its way to wherever it's going in such a hurry. Whew. I remember my first time firing a magnum. I used a loose one-handed grip and was unprepared, and almost got a little dent in my forehead.

    Glad I didn't start with one of those cannons.

    Who thought that pistol was a good idea? A round that can do that should be fired through a mounted gun. I'd like to mount one on my bicycle, facing to the rear. It wuld help me up hills, I'd wager.
     
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    Wooden grips? Dumb.

    Muzzle break? Yeah, that helped.



    Maybe better grips, something like Knoxx stuff, and a more efficient (more gas, bigger ports or something) muzzle break. And iron sights.
     
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    Is that Gunkid's dad?


    Can you imagine confronting a BG with that thing?

    BG "Gimmie your money!

    You "Back off or I'll make you shoot this thing!"


    It would be great for pinshooting. You get to try to knock down the pins in front AND in back of you.


    You can have my gun when the recoil rips it from my cold, numb hand.


    Molon Labe! No seriously, can you take it from me? I think I broke my wrist.
     
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    That was hillarious!!! :D And STUPID...

    I second the motion on starting a video thread- but I would take it further and ask for a permanent video discussion group; to include all things firearms.

    Have to go now. I haven't seen that video for almost two minutes and my giggle box needs a recharge. :D
     
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    That man has got his bases covered. The bullet takes out the threat in front of the shooter, and the flying gun takes out the threat behind the shooter. Good thinking!
     
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    Here2Learn by far wins the funniest caption contest! :D

    Wacky, wild stuff. To think I rolled my eyes at the .45-70 revolvers and the .500. Good gawd.
     
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    The video would play. I'm using IE6. It downloaded, but then there was the little red X in the upper left of the browser window. :confused:
     
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