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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by friskydingo, Oct 19, 2008.

  1. friskydingo

    friskydingo Oregon, NorCal, and Panama. Yes. All three New Member

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  2. sweetbeard

    sweetbeard Beavertown OreGUN! New Member

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    Your videos need more chicks...
     
  3. friskydingo

    friskydingo Oregon, NorCal, and Panama. Yes. All three New Member

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    chicks only come over when its night and to dark to film
     
  4. wichaka

    wichaka Wa State Well-Known Member

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    Is that you in the video?

    If so, we need to discuss the 4 gun safety rules!
     
  5. SgtKashim

    SgtKashim Wilsonville, Oregon Member

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    Hey! I need apples!
    And seriously, if your Youtube screen-name is 'assgoblin'... I don't think we can be friends.
     
  6. friskydingo

    friskydingo Oregon, NorCal, and Panama. Yes. All three New Member

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    :D i am well known under the name assgoblin on RFC. Also, that is me. what one did i break this time?
     
  7. SgtKashim

    SgtKashim Wilsonville, Oregon Member

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    I think firing a bullet up like that is a little dangerous... Those things can go for miles before they come down. If I remember my high-school physics right, a 7.26x39 round fired at an angle of 45deg and an initial velocity of 710m/s could go just over 51 438 meters - 31.9 miles, disregarding wind resistance. It will land with the same velocity it started with (disregarding wind resistance and friction) - the same velocity it left the muzzle at. This is most definitely a lethal threat. Do you know what is 40 miles from where you started shooting?

    Not to mention the blowtorch thing... It looks, at least, like the barrel is pointed at the other guy roasting.

    And assgoblin just lacks class. If you're gonna pick something juvenile like that, as least say it in Latin or something... :)
    CulusDaemn is the best I can come up with now...
     
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  8. yotehunter

    yotehunter north west Active Member

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    yeah i hope no one got killed with those shots fired into the air
     
  9. wichaka

    wichaka Wa State Well-Known Member

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    Gun Safety Rule #2; Never point your gun at anything you do not wish to destroy.

    Gun Safety Rule #4; Be sure of your target, and beyond.
     
  10. frizzz

    frizzz Clackamas Member

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    The bullets has to land some were. After the bullet losses all its energy the fall rate is still at 140 mph. You should sell all your gun and be banded form this web site:complain:
     
  11. sweetbeard

    sweetbeard Beavertown OreGUN! New Member

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    His moms guns ? :laugh::laugh:
     
  12. friskydingo

    friskydingo Oregon, NorCal, and Panama. Yes. All three New Member

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    blah blah blah. yall must have a low opion of teens.

    1. im sure the bullet loses a little energy after going through a apple. soft points have a tendency to mushroom you know.

    2. naw, the camera man was never in front of the muzzle at any time. in fact he was BEHIND the camera.

    3. all shots were either aimed into a large fir tree or the ground. beyond that is a river, the other side of that is a grain field that has already been harvested, beyond that is woods, then a rather large hill.

    never point at something you don't wish to destroy? i did wish to destroy those apples. and that egg roll wasn't very good......


    if you guys dont think assgoblin is classy, you must have never watched beavis and butt-head, at least i didnt choose it as my tag here.

    so many haters.....:sleep:
     
  13. SgtKashim

    SgtKashim Wilsonville, Oregon Member

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    Mostly I'm giving you a hard time because I'm bored. :F
    Don't take it too personally.
     
  14. mustang7513

    mustang7513 Portland, Oregon New Member

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    We used to shoot 50 BMG at our range and in regard to safety issues we had the distance a 50 BMG could travel checked out (info from military personnel) and under normal conditions at a 45 degree angle you are looking at about 8 miles. No way is the 7.26x39 traveling farther than a 50 BMG. However, regardless of how far it goes, unless you know what is way (miles) down range, you best know exactly what that bullet is going to hit after you pull the trigger. Safety first, fun later.
     
  15. friskydingo

    friskydingo Oregon, NorCal, and Panama. Yes. All three New Member

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    thank goodness im not the only one.