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post #1516 of 1722
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post


OF FUCKING COURSE IT WASN'T AN AR-15. I fucking called it. Fucking retarded fucking liars in the media.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/gun-shop-owner-orlando-nightclub-shooter-omar-mateen-passed-background-check/
Fucking lying fucking fucks. This is not an AR-15


The MCX isn't technically an AR15, but it is about as close as it gets without being one.  It isn't MIL SPEC because it uses the 300 BLK round, so parts aren't interchangeable.

post #1517 of 1722
So it's not one, thanks for clearing that up.
post #1518 of 1722
Found this for you.

post #1519 of 1722
I lol'd.
post #1520 of 1722
PTSD from going to shooting ranges...and getting spanked as kid? I go to the range just about every week, and I had the living crap beaten out of me as a kid.

Well, now I know why I wake up every night drenched in sweat and screaming!
post #1521 of 1722
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

So it's not one, thanks for clearing that up.

 

I'm just saying: you can't get morons to understand the difference between semi-auto and full-auto.  You want that same audience to understand the difference between an AR15 and an MCX?

For the record, I shot a suppressed full-auto MCX.  That was fun as hell.

post #1522 of 1722
You can certainly get the public to understand the difference. It's that the media intentionally confuses the issue because they're all commie fuckpigs who don't believe in the right to self-defense.

post #1523 of 1722

Roger Ayscue, a 24-year veteran of the Army and a manager at Hyatt Guns in Charlotte explains the difference in military assault weapons and the rifles available to the public today.

 

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article83978652.html

post #1524 of 1722
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Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post

There is audio of the shots. Bam . Bam Bam. Bam.

not ratatatatataattatattatatatatattaatatattattatata


Fun fact, and you can use this trick at parties: no two people make the same machine gun noise.
post #1525 of 1722
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Originally Posted by NickCarraway View Post

Roger Ayscue, a 24-year veteran of the Army and a manager at Hyatt Guns in Charlotte explains the difference in military assault weapons and the rifles available to the public today.

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article83978652.html

Imagine if that giant Limey John Oliver took the time to explain those differences to his brain dead audience instead of just trying to make smug douchebags feel better about their small penises.
post #1526 of 1722

What if we gave that NY Daily News fucker a .600NE round to shoot?

post #1527 of 1722
What if we gave him a .22 rimfire to fire? He'd only suffer PTSD for a half an hour.
post #1528 of 1722
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

What if we gave him a .22 rimfire to fire? He'd only suffer PTSD for a half an hour.

You're triggering me.
post #1529 of 1722
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

What if we gave that NY Daily News fucker a .600NE round to shoot?

I see that one round of .600 NE costs only $36 these days. I thought it would be more. I think it was in the recent past.

I've never fired a .600 NE, but I did shoot a .577 NE. I was shooting offhand, so the recoil didn't seem too bad...for one round anyway. That same day I also shot a black powder 8 bore rifle: That was memorable. The whole world disappeared in a cloud of white smoke, and I was pushed back a couple of steps. Both rifles belonged to the late Jack Lott.

I once put 62 rounds through a .460 Weatherby Magnum in one afternoon (although only about half were factory or full-power handloads). The experience wasn't as rough as I thought it would be. I wonder how the guy who found a .223 "punishing" would feel about that.

However, all this was over 30 years ago, when I was a good deal younger and tougher!
Edited by JLibourel - 6/16/16 at 2:37pm
post #1530 of 1722
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Originally Posted by JLibourel View Post

I see that one round of .600 NE costs only $36 these days. I thought it would be more. I think it was in the recent past.

I've never fired a .600 NE, but I did shoot a .500 NE. I was shooting offhand, so the recoil didn't seem too bad...for one round anyway. That same day I also shot a black powder 8 bore rifle: That was memorable. The whole world disappeared in a cloud of white smoke, and I was pushed back a couple of steps. Both rifles belonged to the late Jack Lott.

I once put 62 rounds through a .460 Weatherby Magnum in one afternoon (although only about half were factory or full-power handloads). The experience wasn't as rough as I thought it would be. I wonder how the guy who found a .223 "punishing" would feel about that.

However, all this was over 30 years ago, when I was a good deal younger and tougher!

You have a lot of cool stories. I'll buy the round if someone can get him to shoot the rifle on video.
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