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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by bolus, Dec 31, 2014.
I tend to focus on shooting the gun. And if I was at a range with that $hit going on. I would leave.
Shooting guns is no time for a fandango. [I'm referring to an act of foolishness. Not the Dance].
But it is talent. And for all I know it was done under a controlled environment.
Still? When you loose respect for something, is when it bites you.
Not going to beat up my Kimber , besides I can't sing
Im impressed that he could sing, fix the FTF's on the 22 with his thumb and line up the percussion notes at the same time
He gets a bottle of whiskey should I ever meet him.
I didn't see anything unsafe going on, although I imagine the learning curve could be kinda steep.
The coolness overcomes any objections I might have, although in general it's the sort of thing that makes anti-gunners apoplectic.
That's pretty cool, but I hope i'm never stupid or comfortable enough with a firearm to do something like that.
You lose respect, you may lose your life. Or worse someone elses