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What's the best gun for a driveby?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Professor K, Apr 1, 2007.

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  1. Professor K

    Professor K Member

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    What's the best gun for a driveby? April Fools!

    So I was in tha hood with my homies, drinkin forties and smoking weed, and some guy just steps on my sneakers. That's obviously a sign of disrespect, so I'm gonna go do a driveby on his house.

    I was thinking my gold plated AK, but I do like my Tec-9 and Jennings J9. I wanted that M60 that guy lost, but that was like 2-3 Gs, way too expensive.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks fellow high roaders.
     
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  2. IdahoFarmer

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    I've thought about this carefully and have come to the conslusion that... I have no idea how to respond to this question. :)

    P.S. Did you change your location to "The Streetz of Compton" just for this thread? You're insane!

    :neener:


    Farmer
     
  3. TexasRifleman

    TexasRifleman Moderator Emeritus

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    According to Brady Bunch the best weapon for a drive by is a Barrett .50
     
  4. NailGun

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    Dude, Ya gotta score da Jennings model 04-01 ! Dey shoot .22z rite through cribbs...and skools too!

    :D NailGun
     
  5. thebigc

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    you should go real old skool on them prehaps a .50 flintlock that will teach the homeboys a lesson
     
  6. Classified00

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    IBTL :)

    I always recommend a Mac10 for this sort of thing. :neener:
     
  8. bogie

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    Son, you definitely need to seek professional help. In that vein, after my years in the pharmacological research, I'd recommend that you check out this web site.

    http://www.havidol.com/

    Mods, don't lock it - think first...
     
  9. XavierBreath

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    OK, I'll be the first mod.
    I recommend Tam's left handed M&P. That way you can keep your right hand on the steering wheel. I have dibs on it though! She's selling off her Smith & Wessons and her 1911s today.

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  10. Avenger29

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    I'd use a gold plated AK.
     
  11. Derby FALs

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    FAL Pistol. The venerable 7,62 X 51 just can't be beat.
     
  12. XavierBreath

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    Nah.......I heard Imbel was anti gun. They made some deal with the Clintons or something.........
     
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    Just don't forget to get the Birdman sights mounted on the side of your Glock.
     
  14. cuervo

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    You need the tool that was made for this job:
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  15. michiganfan

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    What car are you using, what speed are you intending waht side of th car are you in front or back, are you expecting return fire. To many uanasered questions to reply
     
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    Daisy Red Ryder. 650-round capacity. Plus the weapon and ammo cost is inexpensive, so as not to dip into your "blunt" fund.

    -jagd
     
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    No question: The Serbu BFG

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    DUH!
     
  18. waynedm

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    There have been a few good suggestions. Have you thought of using an RPG of any sort? I'd recommend popping in Grand Theft Auto and practicing a little. You can also try out different weapons and see the results. You gotta practice to ensure maximum innocent lives lost.
     
  19. Biker

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    Much like the American Indians, I prefer to 'count coup'. In this case, I would throw rotten tomatoes, oranges, and avacadoes.
    While riding past the offenders house, I reach into my saddlebags for my 'coup stick' - or rotten veggies, as it were - and accurately chuck them at the vile sinner while whooping up a storm.
    Me and my Bros call this attack a "Drive By Fruiting".
    Quite demoralizing, it is...

    Biker
     
  20. Apple a Day

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    Seltzer water and creme pies. No one gets hurt and everyone has a laugh.
     
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    It was a viciously sharp slice of mango, wasn't it, sir...

    Wooble...
     
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    Anything with a bayonet. You know how evil those bayonets are, and how often they are used in drive by bayonetings!:D
     
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    Biker beat me to the idea about "counting coup." Use a paintball gun, and let the rival homies live with their shame...
     
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    I'd reccomend something "in the 40 watt range"... :neener:
     
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    Duh. A Station Wagun.
     
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