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    Quote Originally Posted by rw4th
    I'm a socialist blah blah.

    dude. I'm a socialist and I'm pro-gun and armed to the teeth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antifa
    dude. I'm a socialist and I'm pro-gun and armed to the teeth.
    Then you are a walking contradiction. You must hate yourself.

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    Oh yeah, I'd also like to point out that there were a couple 12 year old kids at the field. They were very good about keeping their figer out of the trigger guard, safety on at all times when not on the field, and keeping the gun pointed in a safe direction at all times. Hell, they were being more responsible than me with their guns lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rw4th
    If you’re having fun it's all good, but don’t let yourself fall into the trap of thinking that what’s you’re doing is any way “training”. The relation between airsofting and actual firearms and force-on-force training is the same as with LARPing and actual martial arts (something that is often discussed on this site).
    I'm mostly just joking around with the whole "training" thing. I don't see this as any more than a fun hobby. Of course, same goes for unarmed martial arts training. If you think you're doing some kind of necessary self defense training, you're being a LARPer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Draven
    ...you are joking, right? I would say that the best way to teach kids firearm safety would be to keep them the **** away from firearms.
    ... and water safety would be best accomplished by never teaching them to swim...

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    I think the pistol could be a fairly useful training tool but I dont imagine I or many other civilians have much occasion to shoot someone with my rifle or UZI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaTrocity
    I think the pistol could be a fairly useful training tool but I dont imagine I or many other civilians have much occasion to shoot someone with my rifle or UZI.
    Pfft. I just shot up a guy the other day with an UZI.

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    Your to small to handle real guns, go away little asian man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaTrocity
    Your to small to handle real guns, go away little asian man.
    NOT TRUE! I'm bigger than Ashly! (I think.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaTrocity
    They're both Classic Army. the WA beretta is actually what I was looking at since all the safety mechanisms function the same as the real deal, though the fact that it uses the weaker type of gas is a little disappointing.
    Its not that bad actually, the pistols are a bit more useful if you play indoors than outdoors, mainly because you can expose less of your body than if you are using an AEG.

    When you play, shoot people in the legs. The reason being that most people have less equipment/layers of clothing etc on the legs so they are more likely to feel the bb.

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