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    Pity they forget how to make these in 38,000 years
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    ooh! that's nice, where can I get one
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    all well and good but what happens when the fire control computer runs out of battery? or crashes. blue screen anyone?!!

    i think they got it right with this part:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v433/freak-in-a-cage/freakinacage-1.jpg

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    That gun is all wrong. How can I fire a gun that isn't put together.

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    that's a bloody sword on a gun!
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    thousands of years old design yet still one of the best


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    who needs a gun when you carry one of those!


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    very nice. both of them (the pics i mean not the breasts...not that they arent nice...)
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v433/freak-in-a-cage/freakinacage-1.jpg

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    I just noticed the size of the barrel of the gun in her left hand, that's bloody monstrous!


    the chainsaw is a nice idea, but it'd be a bugger humping it around the place
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    and it would remove all notion of stealth
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    its just the camera angle makes the barrel look bigger thats a 9mm beretta think the biggest production pistol is the desert eagle .50, the next thing is a bolt action magnum rifle converted into a pistol dont think that really counts though.

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    that's gotta be the Dessert Eagle in her left hand, surely
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickc22 View Post
    that's gotta be the Dessert Eagle in her left hand, surely
    No the Desert Eagle is almost Triangular in front aspect.
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    I knew that chainsaw gun reminded me of something...


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    Quote Originally Posted by cassar View Post
    the next thing is a bolt action magnum rifle converted into a pistol dont think that really counts though.
    Seriously? I'd be inclined to agree.

    I thought the DE was a silly gun.... An army vet at our local store was telling me about a guy in his platoon who used to have a .50 DE for his home-defense weapon. When a guy actually broke in, the owner realized that he could easily shoot the intruder, but that the round would likely also go through a wall and maybe into the next house. He ended up pistol-whipping the guy into submission, the pure heft of the weapon being more useful than the rounds it chambered. Don't know if I believed the guy telling me the story, but I've heard similar tales from my old range-master.

    What possible use does a converted rifle like that have - is there actually a tactical application?
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    well I suppose if your assailants were standing in a line you could shoot a few of them with one round
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickc22 View Post
    well I suppose if your assailants were standing in a line you could shoot a few of them with one round
    True...very useful for those of us living in a Michael Bay movie.
    You see, fate is like a cat. Sometimes it is nice, and lets you pet it, and it sits in your lap. Sometimes it does not care at all and just wanders around ignoring you. Sometimes it farts in your face, scratches you, then coughs up a hairball on your carpet that you have to pick up.

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    the bolt action pistol i believe is used for shooting gophers AT EXTREME RANGE in texas by gun nuts with too much money and free time.
    home defence!!! whats he defending himself from elephants!!!
    he should try using shot ammo in it like mini shotgun shells if he's worried about too much penetration.

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    I prefer my M4. Works well, easy to maintain, can reach out and touch someone at 300+m, and then go clear a house with it...who could ask for more?

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