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Old 03-05-2010, 05:32 PM   #106
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Boy do I feel outta touch here in Gun land.

All I have now is a S&W 686 9" Barrel .357 revolver.

I have a couple quick loads for it but that;s about it.

I sold my SIG-Pro .357 semi auto with night sight.

Over engineered Handgun IMHO and jammed to often for me to rely on it.

Any way, some impressive fire power some of you lads have.

I am sure they are fun to use, I just pray none of us actually need to "use" them if ya know what I mean.

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I'm not saying let's go kill all the stupid people...I'm just saying let's remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort itself out.
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Shit yeah.
Even two semi auto glocks with double high cap mags will throw more short range lead than a civilian semi auto assault rifle.
These world end peep can run out and buy assault rifles all day long for home defense, but two cheap 300 buck glocks with high caps will throw double those Army knockoffs all day long.
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Or you could learn bump fire.

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Or you could learn bump fire.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIC8SMttjjo
Bump firing is for playing not combat. It is not accurate and is only usable if the target is fixed and not moving. Using this Bump fire technique you have very little control of the grip.

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Bump firing is for playing not combat. It is not accurate and is only usable if the target is fixed and not moving. Using this Bump fire technique you have very little control of the grip.

You run I'll Bump.

I can run my AR's in bump just fine.
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Gun scrubber will make the poly frame brittle over time.
I have had no issues with my gun scrubber and my guns, none at all, don't know what you're talking about ...

Do they look brittle to you after being scrubbed by my French maid?



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Bump firing is for playing not combat. It is not accurate and is only usable if the target is fixed and not moving. Using this Bump fire technique you have very little control of the grip.

So is full-auto fire.

So you need an uzi with a hi-cap mag. I use my AR, SKS, or my .22 rifle with ONE ROUND.

Marksmanship, it's what's for dinner.
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I have had no issues with my gun scrubber and my guns, none at all, don't know what you're talking about ...

Do they brittle to you after being scrubbed by my French maid?



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Those are steel frames...
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I had a really nice UZI. The folding stock is a good design and very easy to shoot.

Very famous UZI picture. I was in first grade when this happened.







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I had a really nice UZI. The folding stock is a good design and very easy to shoot.

Very famous UZI picture. I was in first grade when this happened.







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There's nothing meaner than a secret service agent with an UZI and a look on his face that says, "Bring it bitch, I dare you, I double-dare you motherfucker!"
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