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#21 Hippie3

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 08:32 PM

;)
that's her bike, and her gun.
nah, seriously
just found that pic somewhere.
but i liked it right off.

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 08:52 PM

Is there a gun in that picture?
Better study it a bit more...

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 08:54 PM

for hunting birds and rabbit i use a browning 12 ga over under /for squirrel a 22 lr or the 17 hmr is cool/ for preary dogs the 223 rem is my fave caws i can see them pop in the scope for a bit more distance i got a 223 winchester supper short mag./ for coyotes and fox have a 22 hornet /for dear i have 25 wssm and a 270/ for bear and elk Im getting a 338 ultra mag /

I'm also thinking of getting the new 17 which is a 22 lr necked down sounds fun. /

for self defense i have a glock 45 auto for the car ans a 357 mag for my conceal weapon and a shotgun by the bed

#24 Hippie3

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 08:56 PM

a shotgun by the bed


that says alot, imho.
when you are at your weakest,
asleep and naked
in the dark-
you placed a shotgun.

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 09:08 PM

The by the bed thing reminds me of once seeing a story of a woman in Chicago who kept a pistol & an inhaler under her pillow & shot herself in the mouth one fine night.
I didn't know you didn't have to register a shotgun. I had to register mine when I bought it but maybe it was a state thing. Interesting. They have no riflings so it's tough to tell which shotgun was used in a crime...
Remington 870 is very reliable. Piggies use it alot of places.

#26 Master_Shake

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 09:23 PM

glock 9mm sub machine gun
33rd clip, (2) 17 rd clips

crazy that looks like a high point carbine... oh well

id say for cheap and ease of use 12 gauge mossberg 500 come with a large heatsink down the main of the gun. get it at a gunshow for cheapest price.



also it can have dual pistol grips making it much quicker for those of you who like sleeping with a large gun.

not that im one to talk, i sleep with a ruger p90 .45 with hughe grips.
low grain high velocity hollowtip rounds.

LOL i happen to like guns :)

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 09:53 PM

Lyqwyd... If you don't know much about guns, a shotgun would be perfect! Damn Master! Ya beat me to it! That gun he attached is perfect! You either need a gun fer two reasons... 1. Personal protection or 2. killing animals to eat. I'm sure you make regular runs to the grocery store so, you want it to stop something that's coming to harm you. I would suggest a pistol gripped or sawed off double barrel. Shotguns spray pellets or you can get slugs (big hunk of metal). Aim is easy since you're stopping something within 10 - 20ft. simply point and shoot. Double barrels eject the used shells and simply load two more shells... not much risk of jamming... or you could use a pump (my choice) holds more shells. In the military we used 12g. pump that held 9 shells. I wish I could've grabbed one of those bitches. I just found a 16g. 870 Remington Wingmaster. I just need to buy 2 parts and it'll be functional. Good luck picking one! The characteristics of a gun really reflect the person buying it. Hope I helped.

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 09:56 PM

not that im one to talk, i sleep with a ruger p90 .45 with hughe grips.
low grain high velocity hollowtip rounds.

LOL i happen to like guns :)


Damnman! I hope you don't have like a bad dream or nightmare or some shit! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

#29 I_am_me

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:03 PM

Could you take a double barrell and put a slug in one side and buckshot in the other?

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:05 PM

The only thing you need is a .410 pump. this is great for smaller critters. I do hunt and I own four guns. The only ones I use ar my Winchester Model 94 30-30 and my Savage .410/.22 over and under. This takes care of everything you would like to do. I have a 12 ga pump and a .44 Ruger self loader that I never use.

#31 Hippie3

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:06 PM

if you want a debate
on the morality
of using lethal force on humans
go start a thread.

this is his thread
and you are way off topic.
normally that's not a big issue here
but if i let this go
his intention would be thwarted by you,
unacceptable, disruptive.

#32 Hippie3

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:08 PM

Could you take a double barrell and put a slug in one side and buckshot in the other?


indeed.
further
breach loaders offer the opportunity
to use 'improvised' loads
unsafe to use in other weapons,
like home-made shells.
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#33 Beast

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:08 PM

Muffy, if I'm not mistaken, that is not a Glock. Nor is it a sub machine gun, or rifle, all words used by you. It looks to me to be a carbine.

Rifles fire high powered cartridges, all packing more powder than pistol rounds for the longer barrel. A shoulder fired weapon firing 9mm or any other pistol ammunition is a carbine.

Only if that is full auto does it qualify as a submachine gun. Glock only produces pistols, semi auto or select fire, they all look the same, and that is not it. Looks more like a Kel-tek, and after a quick google search it does turn out to be so.

How can you not know the model of the gun you just bought and own?

Sorry, I'm a former soldier, NRA member, and firearm afficionado, and I tend to memorize the serial numbers on my guns, and name my favorites...

oh yeah and if you are wanting to take a double barrell and put a slug in one side and buckshot in the other, make sure you are using properly sized shells. Often side-by-sides are setup for 2 3/4" shells, but most slugs tend to be 3" magnums, which could potentially cause a malfunction or other safety issue... should be a stamp on the barrel.

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:10 PM

if you want a debate
go start a thread.
this is his thread
and you are way off topic.


Hee Hee. Good point. Sorry for the hijack.

Getting back to the 12 ga, it is a bit too big for my use. It had a good use for shooting skeet but is not a good bush gun for me.

#35 Hippie3

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:13 PM

A shoulder fired weapon firing 9mm or any other pistol ammunition is a carbine.

i had an M1 carbine,
it did NOT fire pistol ammo, friend.
your definition is flawed,
a carbine is defined by barrel length,
the gun's overall length.
not just by the ammo it uses.
carbines are meant for close quarter combat
or hunting in brush where long barrel guns
are hampered. many carbines are fired from the hip.

#36 Hippie3

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:16 PM

How can you not know the model of the gun you just bought and own?


that's a pretty hostile question, imo.
maybe he just wasn't
expecting a freakin' quiz eh.

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:18 PM

Yep, I stand corrected, carbines can be short barrelled rifles such as the M-4 in current use by the US Army, so you got me there, friend.

However, I was saying such in response to that 9mm kel-tek being referred to as a rifle:

just tryin to show em what other variety of small caliber rifles exist

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So, as I understand it to be: that 9mm Kel-tek, is not a rifle; it is a carbine.

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:19 PM

There was no hostility in that question at all, where do you get that? Did I call him a name? did I accuse him of anything? I was suprised that's all.
Chill, friend.:hippie:

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:21 PM

Could you take a double barrell and put a slug in one side and buckshot in the other?

depends on the shotgun some will have stamped on them do not use slugs.

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:22 PM

that 9mm Kel-tek, is not a rifle; it is a carbine


that's an awfully technical quibble in my opinion.
a carbine is always a rifle
but a rifle is not always a carbine.
being a rifle means the barrel has
a spinning groove to stabilize the bullet
in flight .
any weapon having rifling is a rifle.
if it doesn't,
it's a smooth-bore, a gun.




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