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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by gjk5, Oct 11, 2006.

  1. gjk5

    gjk5 3/4 ton status

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    i was expecting worse much worse, i could post pics of what i though but i wont, he lived too
     
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    Some macho focktard just made one more person uninterested in firearms. Too bad....
     
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    Watch for the muzzleflash!
    ya gotta admit, at least she tried to keep it pointed in a safe direction and she didn't just drop it...:haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    She went down shooting. When I was a young lad I shot a ten gauge double, I went down much more violently then she did.
     
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    ONE round at a time for noobies!!!!!! She done good, not forgetting to point in a safe direction. My wife won't even shoot my .45. She says her .38 spec Smith is all she has to be good with.
     
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    why is it that noobies always want to lean backward when they hold a rifle/shotgun? Even before I went into the grunts to shoot the cool toys, I knew that it would be better to lean into the thing than lean back. :confused:

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    Maybe it's an odd instinct of trying to get away from the thing.....
     
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    From down a hallway , 3 shots off , nearly bringing it back to target , she would do fine at 2 am with some shot in it .
     
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    Hey, at least she went down with a smile on her face.:D How many girls can you say that about?
     
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    um...... How do I take this? :D :D

    You're right though. Maybe there's hope.
    It just gets under my skin when some guy thinks its cool to hand the nub a .460 Weatherbugle or 10ga. Slug, especially when the nub is female. Working in a gun shop I heard a lot of that kind of BS.
     
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    I agree, I would personally never do that to someone, my uncle thought it would be funny when I was about 8 so I know how it feels.

    Still pretty damn funny to watch though.
     

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