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Thread: SHOOT TO KILL!

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    ByMySword
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    Cool SHOOT TO KILL!

    I love guns! I love all types of weaponry! Bows, knives, tomahawks, swords! They're all great! I may get to them all later, but lets focus on the present. The topic is firearms. How many do you have? What kind? I'll start.

    I have 4 revolvers:

    2 Uberti reproduction Remington 1875 Outlaws in .44 WCF (carried by the James gang and Custer)
    1 Colt 1851 Navy in .36 (famous as the pistol of choice for Wild Bill Hickock)
    1 Heritage .22 Magnum

    I have one semi-automatic pistol:

    1 Luger .22 LR

    I have 2 muzzleloader:

    1 Tulle Fusil de Chasse .62 smoothbore custom made (used for hunting and reenacting)
    1 .36 Squirrel rifle ('fer squirrels and such) lol

    I have 3 shotguns:

    1 Winchester 1200 12 guage
    1 Stoeger Double Barrel SxS 12 guage
    1 .410 Single barrel

    I have 6 rifles:

    1 Marlin .30-30 lever-action rifle w/scope
    1 Uberti reproduction Winchester 1866 Improved Henry lever-action rifle in
    .44 WCF (called the Yellow Boy by the Native Americans on account of its brass frame)
    1 Henry .22 LR lever-action rifle with a big looped lever (like John Wayne, put it on myself)
    1 Marlin 10/22 semi-automatic rifle .22 LR
    1 Ruger single shot bolt action .22 LR w/scope
    1 Mossberg .30-06 Bolt Action Deer Rifle w/scope

    I'd like to go into more detail, but I'll just do so only on request. LOL. Anyway, be proud of your guns and list em for us.

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    I don't have to compensate for a small penis, so I don't own a gun.

    JK

    After living in Wyoming, I've come to the conclusion that people are just as likely to hurt themselves or friends with a gun as somebody who is a threat. I challenge anyone who doesn't believe me to go hunting with Dick Cheney.



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    Actually not 16, I just said that for good measure

    My weapon that I had when i was in the army:
    FNC 80 Mod AK5B, caliber .556 NATO

    Civilian rifle:
    Blaser R93, .416 Remington Magnum (do not confuse with Blaser R93 Tactical)
    Some old Diana air rifle

    Going to get:
    License for handgun, since handguns are way more fun. Especially revolvers.
    Any suggestions on what to get when i've gotten the license?

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    Remington 1187 12 ga. shotgun
    some Mossberg 12 ga. shotgun
    some .22 rifle

    I don't have the last two with me and I don't recall their exact types.

    As soon as I turn 21 this number will dramatically increase.
    "You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit."

    Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office
    than to serve and obey them. - David Hume

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    After living in Wyoming, I've come to the conclusion that people are just as likely to hurt themselves or friends with a gun as somebody who is a threat. I challenge anyone who doesn't believe me to go hunting with Dick Cheney. .
    Unfortunately, this is the case many times; however, for those who are safe and responsible, they can be a wonderful hobby. Whether you are into gunsmithing, reenacting, hunting, competitive shooting, or collecting, firearms should not be treated as an evil. They are a tool first and foremost and they are only as good or bad (or stupid, lol) as the people who use them. I treat everyone of my unloaded firearms with the same respect as I would if they were loaded. But I digress, this wasn't supposed to be a political/social discussion. LOL. You always bring that out in me Kiddo.

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    I'm glad that handguns are frowned on around here. Symptom of too much testosterone, if you ask me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I'm glad that handguns are frowned on around here. Symptom of too much testosterone, if you ask me.
    Yeah. Just like knowing martial arts.
    "You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I'm glad that handguns are frowned on around here. Symptom of too much testosterone, if you ask me.
    Well, depends entirely on how you use them. Guns are lots of fun... It is really one of the best competitive individual sports there is, I think. And since I really hate team sports (because other people fuck up and tend to be greedy), I like things like martial arts, dart, guns, beer-contests etc.

    And if the world is going to hell, knowledge and practical experience with guns might be what saves one's life. This is not supposed to be some kind of debate thread. This is a thread made to state what and how many you have. And maybe a little about the weapons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    Civilian rifle:
    Blaser R93, .416 Remington Magnum (do not confuse with Blaser R93 Tactical)
    Some old Diana air rifle

    Going to get:
    License for handgun, since handguns are way more fun. Especially revolvers.
    Any suggestions on what to get when i've gotten the license?
    Yeah, I forgot to mention the air rifle I have. LOL. A Daisy Red Ryder. I wonder if I should add in paintball guns too? Or lets just get literal. Staple Guns and Nail Guns! Pretty much anything that has the word "gun" in them!

    I turn 21 in May, so of course I am getting my concealed handgun license. I am planning on getting an FEG PA-63 in 9mm Makarov. I like it because it is a good sized pistol for carrying concealed, it looks awesome, and its cheap (which is a big issue). My dad carries a Springfield 1911 .45, but has complained that he would like a smaller gun.

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    :horor:

    NJ's with guns? Bad, bad combination. Too rigid, paranoid, and impulsive all at the same time.


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