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Video: Machine gun VS grill

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Ironman, Jun 19, 2010.

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  1. Ironman

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    ratatat-tat anyone?
     
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    That first song is great! its by Skillet. I was just listing to it before I played it and was like huh!? I stopped my music to watch the video lol... Nice NFA weapons
     
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    What the......looks like a house in the background!!!! In AZ we are required to be a 1\4 mile from any residential address……if that was my house I would be (beep).
     
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  5. Ironman

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    Thats a storage shed.....lol
     
  6. Ironman

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    BTW we had two kevlar vests on the back of that grill for added protection for the conservtion.
     
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    Thats a big storage shed, two stories?
     
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    ^^^^^
    I was wondering about the backstop myself...

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  9. Ironman

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    Yes, thats a storage shed....Why would we shoot at a house?
     
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    The ignorant comment by troy12n is pitiful. I'm embarrassed for him.:banghead:
     
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    To the right of the storage shed, a few degrees deflection from your target, isn't a storage shed. That's what people are concerned over. ;)
     
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    Poor grill.
    I feel sorry for the grill.
    It will have to settle on living its next life as a toaster oven. :uhoh:
     
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    What suppressors were you using on the pistols ?

    Nice toys , Looks like you have nice playground for em too.

    Been shooting subguns & suppressors for many years and I won't dare shoot one without eye coverage.
     
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    I would say, lots of money, obviously, for all those suppressors and full auto firearms, SO, it IS concievable that all of the land seen in the video is owned by the shooter, and the shooting done is in compliance with the laws of the state, county and city in which the video is shot. NFA owners USUALLY tend to be quite law abiding.
    If that property was NOT owned by the shooters, nor the buildings to the left and right of the video, then I cannot comment in a High Road manner.
     
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    I hope thats after you flamed up your burgers.

    P.S. Why is it that the stuff that seems so fun at the time always seems so stupid on video playback?
     
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    lololol. I was thinking the same thing!

    We had a shooter with us(the 2nd guy in the dark blue shirt) That hadnt shot since his Navy time over 10 years ago. I had to brush him up on weapons handling. He treated them as if they were loaded and always pointed in a safe direction, I was never swept.....but that damn finger in the trigger guard!

    And yes eye safety is very important, we discussed later how stupid it was to forget to put them back on after loading and talking shop. (this was an all day, slow event)
     
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    Suppressors...

    Silencerco Sparrow
    AWC Archangel T
    AAC M42000
    SWR HEMS2
    DTA MK9 MOD0
    AWC MK9

    M11/lage upper
    P22 x2
    HK tac 45
    HK45c
    Beretta M92FS INOX
    S&W M&P15 VTAC high modded

    Think thats all we brought out.....
     
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    Looks like a lot of fun, but the profanity and vulgarity in the video and the occasional lack of eye/ear pro don't reflect well upon us as a community.

    The property looks to be in FL and in the absence of a clear berm there doesn't appear to be a safe backstop.
     
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    Not a big reader are you? Eye pro was addressed. And as for the profanity, turn your speakers off Nancy boy. I hope your virgin ears aren't permanently damaged from it. And shucks, now the liberals will never see clearly, I mean cause they already understand and support shooting sports and nfa ownership....:rolleyes:

    And for the last time we had two kelvar vests and an ar500 steel plate behind the grill and 600 acres of woodlands. :what:
     
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    I would be interested in picts of how the vests held up to all the .223 rounds. Did these vest have plates in them as well ?
     
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    "...two kelvar vests and an ar500 steel plate..." musta covered about about 8 square feet.

    You own 600 acres of desolate, guaranteed unoccupied woodland? That's truly impressive, if true.

    Les
     
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    I forgot to mention it but yes there was an orphanage back there in the woods. It's ok everyone shoots at them, they just run around dodging the flying lead.........:D



    Ar was shot at known location of steel plate. Here is the same plate.
    http://m.youtube.com/index?client=m.../&gl=US#/watch?client=mv-google&v=qej1kYxFX0o

    There was also a short dirt berm behind the palmettos where he cut a path through the woods....anything else I can debunk or can you just enjoy?
     
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    I think you have debunked many arguments in spades.

    Les
     
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    I could care less what you believe. I get 5 year old LEO vests every month or so from my buddy. His dept puts the old vest in the front doors of the cruisers and left overs are "thrown away" hell the vest I used that day must have taken 500rds and we had a pile of bullets at the base of the grill. Those vests truly are amazing. Of course a human body couldn't take that much kinetic energy transfer/trauma but when the vest is able to hang...it stops everything but rifle rounds.
     
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