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    Quote Originally Posted by Kein Haar
    You just described the majority of american men in pretty much any hobby. Most of the gun people I know are former or current military. (who may or may not be pot bellied and/or divorced) As if someone being pot bellied, geeky, and divorced has anything to do with their firearms handling or knowledge.

    I gotta say, SFgoon is sounding like one of those "common sense" infringers of liberty. European even. The spirit of these posts imply the following commonly uttered phrases from the stupid left:

    -"Nobody NEEDS...."

    and:

    -"Ok, it can be legal, but it's gotta be HEAVILY REGULATED AND TAXED."

    Well no **** and: no, why? (respectively). All we "need" is a tropical climate, water, some vitamins and amino acids.

    Was that not kinda the point of this country?

    And weren't you the dude who inquired about the point of one-handed pistol shooting?

    Goddamn.
    Oh dear.

    Now some LEO is upset. I want you all to know that I will be forwarding this thread to the US Senate, who, in collaboration with the Barvarian Illumunatti, will use the information contained herein to draft and pass legislation requiring gun owners to perform a round of "I'm a little teapot" with each crew served weapon they buy AND do the dance. YOU will have to make sure they do it and fine them if they don't. :cussing:

    All I ever said was that the class 3 community has the same insecurities as hardcore bodybuilders but they're too lazy to lift weights, so they buy crew served weapons. Both sets of people could do themselves a favor and save a lot of money if they just bought teddy bears. Maybe the government could start a "Teddy Bears for crew served weapons" program.

    You rebs do know what I mean by crew served weapon, right?

    And seriously, please don't shoot your pistol with one hand even if you have a flashlight in your other hand. That technique will cause you to miss and I would hate for you to get fed into a wood chipper at the edge of some onion field. You got that **** from Charles Branson movies, didn't you? Unless you're built like Popeye or packing a .22 you need to use a modified weaver stance. Otherwise you'll lose control over subsequent rounds. Is Mr. Remsberg still alive? Maybe you should give him a call.:XXblowkis

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAYoung
    This has all the bad points of a pistol (e.g. inaccurate relative to rifles), with none of the good points of a Glock (e.g. concealed, ceramic) - doesn't it?
    Contrary to what they say on Diehard, Glocks are not ceramic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by auschip
    Contrary to what they say on Diehard, Glocks are not ceramic.
    Yeah. I don't know where that came from, but it wasn't Die Hard.

    It's polymers and some metals, yes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFGOON
    All I ever said was that the class 3 community has the same insecurities as hardcore bodybuilders but they're too lazy to lift weights, so they buy crew served weapons. Both sets of people could do themselves a favor and save a lot of money if they just bought teddy bears.
    Gold.
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    I think it was die hard, the quote being "that punk pulled a glock 7 on me, you know what that is? it's a ceramic gun made in germany, invisible to airport metal detecors, and it costs more then you make in a month

    Or something like that, plug glock 7 into wikipedia and it will pull it up.

    There is no glock 7 btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaTrocity
    I think it was die hard, the quote being "that punk pulled a glock 7 on me, you know what that is? it's a ceramic gun made in germany, invisible to airport metal detecors, and it costs more then you make in a month

    Or something like that, plug glock 7 into wikipedia and it will pull it up.

    There is no glock 7 btw.
    Yeah. I meant: 'I didn't get it from Die Hard."

    My only experience of a Glock was at a gunshop when I did work experience in high school. They also had a Desert Eagle - what a big lug of a pistol. Maybe this guy had one on the Mr Nice Guy set as well - I can't remember.

    Suffice it to say that pistols are not my forte.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFGOON

    All I ever said was that the class 3 community has the same insecurities as hardcore bodybuilders but they're too lazy to lift weights, so they buy crew served weapons. Both sets of people could do themselves a favor and save a lot of money if they just bought teddy bears. Maybe the government could start a "Teddy Bears for crew served weapons" program.

    Is it really so hard to believe that maybe people just like shooting?

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    People don't really like shooting, their parents just force them to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaTrocity
    Is it really so hard to believe that maybe people just like Olympic Tae Kwon Do?
    I love your broad-mindedness. It reminds me of how important it is to open our hearts to others - to see the wonder and goodness in difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neildo

    I wish i could get that in a video game. Man, that would be sweet.

    Feel like sharing a few of your diary entries with us?

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