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When role playing computer games and reality shouldn't mix...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Gewehr98, Aug 9, 2003.

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  1. Gewehr98

    Gewehr98 Member

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    Ok, this is from another forum where I buy cooling accessories for my overclocked and overheated computers. Somebody explain what a John Browning rollover slide is, is that something that comes standard on my 4 1911's? He probably means it's different than the open-topped Beretta :scrutiny:

    I've been thinking about setting Junior straight on Black Talons and asking him why the slide on a Beretta 92 is easier to work than a Sig's. Or just let it go, no reason to let him become further edumacated. ;) See below:

     
  2. vmi93

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    Oy...

    How 'bout...

    "Man for what you spent on that SIG and "Baretta"(sic), you could have got a fly matched pair of 'Deagles' in .44 mag." :evil:
     
  3. BZ422

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    That guy shouldn't even be allowed to own a firearm until he gets some decent information and such. Looks like he lives in the land of make-believe.....
     
  4. Jake

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    Wow that was truely educational. No wait. On second thought that was funny and scary at the same time. My favorite part may be about how the 92 is so very hard to clean.
     
  5. Phyphor

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    You sure this wasn't a Counterstrike forum?

    ....'coz that sounded an AWFUL LOT like CS kiddies I've had the misfortune to come across.
     
  6. Duncan Idaho

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    That is some of the most ignorant stuff that I have ever read. :barf:

    I have to go wash my eyes out with soap now. :uhoh: :barf:
     
  7. Hkmp5sd

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    illeagal
    fireing
    wadd cutter
    Baretta
    parabelem
    SigSaur
    if your a hunter

    This fellow is probably somewhere around 12-13 years old.

    Wow. Didn't know my 92F had a cyclic rate of 360 rounds per minute and no recoil. May as well quit wasting my money on NFA weapons.
     
  8. WonderNine

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    Honestly I could empty a 17 round clip out of my old Beretta in about a little over two seconds, no joking. I can do about the same with my BHP. Emptied a 17 round KRD mag and everyone at the range was like *holy $h1Y*. :) Some guys shooting shotgun thought I was full auto. :)

    The old Black Talons suck btw... the Rangers are where it's at.

    I'm not going to go into the other stupid comments he made. Just a typical Counterstrike baby.
     
  9. PCRCCW

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    For the lack of a proper and usable term relating to Shooting and Such...

    Ill choose to relate the proper term for this guy in Motorcycle Speak.....he would be a "SQUID" of the highest caliber.

    These are the guys who "used to race but I got bored with it" :rolleyes: They buy a 600cc Sport Bike and wrap it around a car/guard rail/fixed object of your choice the first day they have it.

    I used to love to teach these guys when I taught MSF a while back.....

    "So you used to race...very cool! By the way....thats the brake and that, ya that over there, yep...thats the clutch!....oh you found it, good for you!"
    :scrutiny: :evil: :neener: LOL

    Where would the world be without these guys.......LOL

    Shoot well
     
  10. Hkmp5sd

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    Me too. I just can't hit anything when I do it. :)
     
  11. BHPshooter

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    HA! I don't even know what to say.

    Maybe: :barf: :scrutiny:

    Wes
     
  12. sanchezero

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    Lighten up fellas, he probably works in a gunshop.

    :)
     
  13. Hkmp5sd

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    Or he could be the technical consultant for the Brady Bunch and VPC.
     
  14. faustulus

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    With information like that he could work for HCI and Sarah Brady.
     
  15. dsk

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    Somehow I'm envisioning a zit-faced teenager who isn't even old enough to own a handgun, pretending on the forum that he does.
     
  16. WonderNine

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    And you would be correct.
     
  17. Andrew Wyatt

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    I'm wondering where i can get clip fed pistols and if they make the *ping!*.
     
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    AHAHAHA! Man that was funny!
     
  19. Sean Smith

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    I vote for gun shop employee. :evil:
     
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    Haha! That was a low blow Sean! But oh so true sometimes!
     
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    Andrew Wyatt wrote: I'm wondering where i can get clip fed pistols and if they make t

    Go ask Wildalaska to show you his Broomhandle Mauser.....
    :D
     
  22. Andrew Wyatt

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    no thanks. i'd prefer he keep his broomhandle mauser to himself. :)
     
  23. George Hill

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    "Lighten up fellas, he probably works in a gunshop."


    ROTFLMAO!!! :D :D :D
    He probably does. We have a shop here in Utah called "Totally Awesome Guns" and this guy sounds like one of the employees there.
     
  24. BerettaNut92

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    I have to say I've met a few gun owners who've said stuff like that...not bad people, just uninformed....

    Which Beretta is $1400 now that's a double action? Is it constructed of titanium and Damascus steel with carbon fiber grips???
     
  25. Dr.Rob

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    Lets keep in mind that the zit faced kid might live in another poart of the world or gun unfriendly **********, with big mark ups.

    Or he's estimating his prices in Euros in 2020.

    Real life is not a game. A game is not real life. :rolleyes:

    Owning a sword does not make you Conan. Owning throwing stars does not make you a ninja. Practicing with a gun twice a year does make you dangerous.. to yourself and your friends.

    Oh yeah and there is no tooth fairy either.:scrutiny:
     
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