Thread: I'm getting a gun :)
4/20/2006 11:25pm, #51
4/20/2006 11:27pm, #52
The P22 always struck me as uncomfortably small, and I really don't have huge hands. It looks pretty natural in your hands. I have a Ruger MkI, basically the same thing as the MkII that was posted earlier but without the bolt hold-open or the scallops in front of the "ears," and compared to the P99 the grip would seem huge.
No offense was intended. Please do not break my nose.
4/20/2006 11:27pm, #53Originally Posted by RogueSamurai
ya know, that's really not very funny at all.
4/20/2006 11:28pm, #54Originally Posted by Don Gwinn
my hands are kinda small I guess. The P22 had the most comfortable grip out of all the guns I handled.
4/20/2006 11:29pm, #55
Nice Beretta. The .22 kind of looks like a crocodile mistook a normal handgun for a lady crocodile and they made babies, though. But as long as it fits your hand like a glove, right?
P.S.--As far as your sig goes, grappling as been helping pussies win fights since long before 1994 (Though the first UFC was held in November of 1993, if that's what you're talking about). But seriously, why risk breaking your hands on someone's face when you can just put them to sleep in the sweet embrace of mata leao?
Last edited by Cassius; 4/20/2006 11:33pm at ."No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal
4/20/2006 11:31pm, #56Originally Posted by RogueSamurai"No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal
4/20/2006 11:35pm, #57Originally Posted by Garbanzo Bean
The first UFC was held in November of 1993
But seriously, why risk breaking your hands on someone's face when you can just put them to sleep in the sweet embrace of mata leao?
4/20/2006 11:45pm, #58
Garbage Bin, why the hell are you mixing grappling nutriding into a discussion about guns?
4/20/2006 11:45pm, #59Originally Posted by Kidspatula
1. Earplug are about 1.50. A silencer, 500$ for a bad one, 200$ tax transfer and about 1k$ for the safe the the ATF will require you to keep in it. You could get special "match" rounds that carry a smaller charge and have a smaller report, but they are more expensive than plinker ammo. (and you'll still need earplugs!)
2. You NEED to use earplugs when you shoot, you WILL damage your hearing irreversably. Goggles are a good idea too.
3. You have got to learn to straight-finger that weapon habitually when you handle it.
I don't mean to come across as an ass, but handling weapons correctly is very important. One wrong move and you're, you're shot! It looks like a fun pistol, I'm jealous.
4/20/2006 11:49pm, #60
I know these things =P
<---- spoiled brat