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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by FIVETWOSEVEN, Jan 12, 2010.

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  1. Majik

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    nutnfancy gives great reviews dgmw
     
  2. sv51macross

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    I think that he needs to have at least a short rangetime segment (like Civilian Tactical Weapons does) to at least show handling, recoil general accuracy (He's done it before, alot of his reviews are at ImpactGuns, and they have a range...)

    His latest series with the USK kinda ticked me off. Not for the content, but with the unnecessarily dark intro/outro music and all the 9/11 and disaster imagery...really not appropriate, gave me a 'Do this right now or you'll die walking out of your house tomorrow!' kind of vibe, like he's intentionally trying to scare us.
    OTOH, the 'Concealed Carry Protocol' vid was pretty good/informative.

    I don't think nutnfancy quite qualifies as a mall-ninja; I mean, his run-n-gun scenarios/vids, what's wrong with having a little fun? Certainly more interesting than basic range time, gives experience handling the weapons/firing at elevated heart rates, ect.
     
  3. mustang_steve

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    tactical training is not mall-ninja-esque. That's adding another dimension to defense....even if you're doing it purely for fun factor.

    Heck, I already practice "worst case scenarios" for the range....sleep deprived, over caffeinated to the point of shakes and frustrated. If I can hit COM at 40 feet like that, I know I can likely do it at SD ranges if the need arises.

    Warning: that kind of stuff does freak out ROs, I was allowed to pull it off since they already know I'm a reasonable shot and extremely well schooled in proper gun handling practices.
     
  4. Skillet

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    you wake up in the morning and you can't decide between the digi-camo bullet proof vest or the black one.

    :)
     
  5. jimmyraythomason

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    Okay some of you guys are scaring me now!
     
  6. Blues Brother

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    this thread is awesome!!!!!
     
  7. SteveCase

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    "you know youre a mall ninja if you are active on the High Road forums. "

    Dam I need to get my post numbers up,
     
  8. Old Guy

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    There's not?
     
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    And the hands down winner so far.......

    Brilliant.
     
  10. nobby

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    You know you're a mall ninja if you make sure everyone at the range knows you're shooting "M193" and not XM193 or XM855 or (insert other non-tacticool ammo here). But you only actually shoot 20 rds, save the empty box and take a picture of it, and try to sell the brass for 50 cents each, since a mall ninja dare not reload since he uses only factory, mil-spec ammo in his AR15 pistol.
     
  11. Majik

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    You know you're a mall ninja if you think a .223 won't penetrate a grizzly bear's head.
     
  12. Erik M

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    I would think a true master of ninjitsu would be weilding some ss109 steel core rounds. Although any skilled master of alchemy could simply dip some wal-mart remington rounds into some green testors. i may have said to much. If I stop posting here its because someone took me out with their break-down .338 rifle they were carrying in a briefcase for revealing secrets of the ninja.




    I once had a YT member flame me because they said that he was a Colonel in the Marine corps that was relaying tactical data to 'civvies' so that we could survive urban warfare.
     
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  13. GasX

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    When the ballistic gelatin you use to compare ammo is lime flavored...
     
  14. jglcolosprgs

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    Now that is funny - I don't care who you are......
     
  15. mcdonl

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    Hey Hey Hey... Let's test some ballistics today... I'm faaaaaaat Albert
     
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    If you spend more than 5 seconds trying to decide which Combat US Navy S.E.A.L. Tactical Special Ops Survival Green Beret Defensive Army Ranger watch from thesportsmanguide will be best to round out your gear.
     
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    lime flavored ballistics gelatine

    Jello-shots anyone?

    rotflmao

    Need a liquid proof keyboard and monitor or a new way of drinking while reading this thread...
     
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    "My equipment is worth more then my car. My tool box is worth more then your car. What does that make me"?

    It either makes you a mechanic or a really big gun nut!
     
  19. Blues Brother

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    Oh this thread has kept me rolling!!! LOL!!!


    I thought it was just me thinking that on that Sportsmans guide stuff. I mean there are some decent deals to be had there, but alot of it is useless crap and nonsense. and the BS descriptions on everything is just over the top. Yes, I am sure the Navy Seals all shop there. so do the green berets. they all get in the discount club. they all get their watches there for $29.95 ($23.50 club price) that they use on covert missions. LOL!! but Sportsmans guide IS the place I go to when I need a smokin hot deal on a dozen pair of green boxer short underwear available only in size 4X.
     
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    When you buy military award medals on ebay to back up your BS stories.
     
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    Even the OJ in your fridge has Tactical written on the Container...
     
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    The night light in the Bathroom has SureFire written on it...
     
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    Every mirror in your house is a two-way..(Even though there is no one hiding behind it)
     
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    After 10 minutes of intense recon ...you have to make your way down to Cinn a Bun..(For some Carbohydrate Loading)
     
  25. nerfsrule2

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    You fill the canteen in your pack at the Main Fountain next to Sears...
     
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