Which is darker, my hair, my soul or the gun?

Posted: September 29, 2011 in Awesome, Guns

Never give Russian/Mongolian girl a glock???  ( i do have great hair thou…)

Why yes, I DO look like an anime character, wait til ya see me with the AK!

 

(and admit it, you envy my hair…)

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Comments
  1. Stentor says:

    Я не знаю о ваших волосах, почему сделайте вас для того чтобы не вытянуть вниз ваши кальсоны поэтому я могу увидеть если занавесы сопрягают задрапировывают. Не, я не завидую вам. Препятствуйте мне увидеть ваши глаза, или возможно как раз ваш пизда

    Стентор

  2. rootietoot says:

    Yes,I totally envy the hair. The glock,notcomuch…but yes, the hair. Sigh.

  3. dead_vladimir says:

    ok you do have great hair but I’m not jealous of it, and I may or may not already havea glock of mine own so no jealousy there, but cool pics

  4. Hey, Stentor, poshol na khui, bolvan!

    Jeez, Ren, trolls are the same the world over, aren’t they?

    Your soul doesn’t belong in this particular competition, I can tell you that much.

  5. Well that troll was surprising. And damn, I am the only person who can’t speak Russian on here apparently!

    Love the hair, jealous of the gun, and our souls are just gradient shades of dark.

    • dead_vladimir says:

      (looks around to make sure no one is else is looking)
      I studied my Russian at Google Translate Academy
      I was class Salutorian

  6. Roy Kay says:

    For an atheist, this is a bit easier question. No soul -> no soul color. Personality, OTOH …

    Still, you just aren’t that black hearted.

    That leaves hair or Glock. Hair has a bit of a blue cast (Pantone 443). Glock a reddish-green cast (between Pantone 446 and 447). More black in the former.

    Yes. I really AM that technical and do have a Pantone book in front of me. That’ll l’arn ya to pick up weird followers on the net.

  7. luthien says:

    somewhere about 4 years ago i knew i needed a handgun/rifle. now, i KNOW i do! so, rifle or pistol? jeez…

    • rootietoot says:

      Start with a rifle, they’re easier to learn, then once you get your confidence with that, get a good pistol. I’d recommend a revolver, but I’m old school that way.

      • dead_vladimir says:

        see I’d reccomend a Glock -solid reliable, more accurate than most revolvers, and can pack more than 6 rounds and comes in the man stopping calibers

        unless maybe you are looking for a snub nose for concealment

        • rootietoot says:

          I admit to being inexperienced with contemporary styles of guns.

        • Roy Kay says:

          Eh, I’ve shot a Colt .45 auto and a a Glock 9mm. The long pull on the Glock had me hitting the dirt at short range, while the Colt had me hitting the target pretty good (until my hand/arm got tired).

          • dead_vladimir says:

            I find glocks very accurate, but your mileage may vary depending on how the grip sits in your hand etc.
            It is suprising you found a .45 more accurate than a 9mm, usually the reduced recoil makes it easier to keep/recover your sight picture

            • rootietoot says:

              Between my .22 revolver (with which I can shoot a 5 inch pattern at 50 yards) and Terry’s .44 S&W (with which I can crease my forehead and startle crows in a nearby tree), I’ll take the revolver, even for home defense purposes.

              • dead_vladimir says:

                problem is most revolver loads are horribly inefficient, and six rounds tend not to be enough in a real crisis. The one big advantage revolvers have, is they don’t jam, though a reliable semi auto well maintained with quality ammo won’t either. Semi automatics are more accurate, can carry more, can come in a caliber where you don’t have to worry about finicky +P or even dangerous +P+ rounds, draw easier, and outside of tiny snub nose revolvers conceal better.

            • Roy Kay says:

              I do have fairly small hands. It is certainly the case that the recoil was wearing on the .45. After about 6-8 rounds, my aim was wavering, and I knew I’d have to catch the wave just right to hit again. That’s when I decided it was stupid to continue.

              • dead_vladimir says:

                well a lot of a person’s success with a gun is fighting one that you can hold/grip well.
                How was your form? Are you an experienced shooter? The comment that your arm was wavering leads me to believe you were fighting the recoil, which is something you don’t need to do

                • Roy Kay says:

                  Mainly I locked my elbow to keep the aim stable. However, that sure has a tendency to keep the recoil response inelastic and ensures that all the shock is absorbed. Still, that beats letting the recoil slap me in the face.

                  • dead_vladimir says:

                    thats a natural fear you get over-it wont slap you in the face-excepting that one internet video with the girl and the desert eagle, but it sure seems like it at first-
                    locking the elbow is bad –you want to be smooth and relaxed, in fact the the trigger hand should be loose, even if you are using a one handing shooting posture

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