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Who says the TV is alway wrong...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Sol, Mar 19, 2014.

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  1. Sol

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    Here I am Wednesday 6:00 pm watching Law and Order.

    The episode starts with a doctor and some guy that appears to be some child caregiver and noted Christian.

    Christian guy shoots the doctor (whom you find out is an abortion doctor) and the lady cop finds a "hit list" and says "a hit list, if course protected by the 1st amendment..."

    Anyways I digress. Before the Joel Olsteen look-a-like puts down his bible and shoots the good doctor, it appears he had a lenghth of rope tied around the tree. He inserted the rifle and twisted it to make the gun stationary.

    So what do I do? I grab my m400 and a piece of rope. I looked around looking to make sure my neighbors weren't around (I live in a leftist 'burb so I have to be careful, one eyeful of that equals SWAT team at my house).

    Rope tied and rifle wrapped in (on the forearm, not the barrel) it and sure enough steady as a rock.

    I knew it would work without having to test it myself but...



    *All safety rules followed.
     
  2. Akita1

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    Have heard of soldiers doing this with a bungee cord; saw it in a movie once too (Savior with Dennis Quaid, 1998)
     
  3. Hometeached1

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    Yet another example of how useful bungee cords are.
     
  4. Cee Zee

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    Yet another example of how gun haters think. Crazed Christian (a Hollywood staple) shoots poor baby killer. It's funny how they never show things like the Columbine Kids asking a girl if she believed in God and then shooting her because she said yes. Or maybe the countless Christians killed in Muslim countries for a myriad of reasons. Sorry for the political rant mods. But sometimes it's hard to stay silent.
     
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    Yeah the "best" Christian in a movie lately is Eli, but he was not to bad, better than I though he would be anyway.
     
  6. Sam Cade

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    No prob. I can help ya' with that. ;)





    Since this thread is 50% poor persecuted Christians only 5 posts in, I'm going to consider the water in this well poisoned and close this thread lest our totally non-religious, based solely on our shared belief in the RTKBA, fellowship be broken.
     
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