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#446 - xjiicx (02/15/2013) [-]
Regardless... If you do it with any other gun you look fukken retarded.
#410 - kaycie (02/12/2013) [-]
User avatar #411 to #410 - andnowducks (02/12/2013) [-]
#420 to #411 - anon (02/12/2013) [-]
the nanny
User avatar #423 to #420 - andnowducks (02/12/2013) [-]
Does it have titties?
#408 - anon (02/12/2013) [-]
#384 - anon (02/12/2013) [-]
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#366 - Guiroa (02/12/2013) [-]
The infamous Kill Shot!
User avatar #347 - xentacle (02/12/2013) [-]
do people actually fire guns like this? I'm sure it breaks your wrist
User avatar #352 to #347 - ReeferTrees (02/12/2013) [-]
It doesn't.
User avatar #354 to #352 - weirdoo (02/12/2013) [-]
Still ruins the barrel, doesn't it?
User avatar #358 to #354 - princessderpy (02/12/2013) [-]
just makes it harder to hit what you are trying to hit.
User avatar #361 to #358 - volleys (02/12/2013) [-]
the only reason it should mess your aim up would be not using the sights
User avatar #362 to #361 - princessderpy (02/12/2013) [-]
ding ding ding we have a winner!
User avatar #309 - askafj (02/12/2013) [-]
If the gun is layed down the recoil will still push the gun backwards, in a upward direction?

This post doesn't make sense, please explain.
#344 to #309 - trenttwentyeleven (02/12/2013) [-]
The first guy was mostly right, but the recoil having an upward motion has more to do with your elbow than the gun. The gun is pushing almost entirely straight backwards. Your hand goes up due to the fact that holding it straight upwards causes your elbow to be able to bend down. Now turn your arm 90 degrees and your elbow will bend sideways. There is absolutely no force pushing the gun up originally to begin with. It has to do with the fact that we hold them from below the point the for is being applied. If we held it from above, the barrel would drop when fired as down would now be the path of least resistance.
#252 - celaeneo (02/12/2013) [-]
#212 - anon (02/12/2013) [-]
Learned that from Metal Gear Solid 3 bitches.
User avatar #196 - TrollBringer (02/12/2013) [-]
Reminded me of Eva from metal gear solid snake eater
User avatar #195 - raffinrox (02/12/2013) [-]
asians, *************
#184 - hobomofo (02/12/2013) [-]
**hobomofo rolled a random image posted in comment #2726810 at FJ RPG ** oh... that's good to know
User avatar #175 - Mcbeefpunch (02/12/2013) [-]
Incorrect: This was actually first used by the Nazi Soldiers working in Death Camps. The MP-40 Submachine Gun had quite a bit of vertical recoil so to stream line the killing of Jews using Guns they would hold it sideways using the Recoil to their advantage. d
#137 - Pootering (02/12/2013) [-]
I immediately thought this was going to be something about gays when I saw the color of the words.
I immediately thought this was going to be something about gays when I saw the color of the words.
#91 - iluvharrypotter (02/12/2013) [-]
It's unknown when it originally came from. It was historical that holding the gun that way made you look like you want to cause trouble.
People often shot sideways during drive bys with semi-automatic weapons so that the brass cartridges would fall into the vehicle and won't land into the street for evidence. A lot of the early sub-machine guns were poor in design to reduce recoil, that soldiers used early submachines sideways for the same reason as the Chinese for trying to hit more targets.
#21 - anon (02/12/2013) [-]
firing a gun sideways can cause a misfire
User avatar #11 - trostell ONLINE (02/11/2013) [-]
The problem with this is actually how you position your arm. If you just rotate your hand at the wrist or are just a retarded person like most "gangsters' that shoot that way, the gun recoils mostly up, not whatever direction would be considered "up" for the gun.
User avatar #39 to #11 - rhetoricalfunny (02/12/2013) [-]
Guns recoil backwards. The bend in ones wrist, or the angle of the stock contributes to muzzle climb. Turning your wrist allows one to direct the recoil horizontally.
A gun doesn't magically know where gravity is and decide to direct the force of a round in the opposite direction
User avatar #48 to #39 - trostell ONLINE (02/12/2013) [-]
Actually, with recoil, your forearm moves as well, bending at the elbow, which is why much of the recoil would be against gravity if you only rotated at the wrist. Your forearm will move up instead of whatever direction you expected, as your elbow is a hinge, not a ball-and-socket.
User avatar #130 to #48 - rhetoricalfunny (02/12/2013) [-]
Last time I checked. Holding something sideways turns your entire arm.
How about you learn how recoil works before pretending to know **** .
User avatar #433 to #130 - trostell ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
I'm not going to try to argue anatomy and physics with you when you can't remember the first comment I made clearly stated "by only twisting at the wrist".
#9 - anon (02/11/2013) [-]
If you are presenting from a holster, you pull one as soon as you are aligned with the target. You usually toss the first on in the ground between you and the target, but the recoil brings you right on target for a hip shot. Shooting center-of-mass between the hips gives you the best chance to hit a hip, groin, or a tibia, and of which will put the target off-target and out of the fight. I don't have to aim at all. I merely have to hold center and pull the trigger three times. I will have accomplished this before homie gets his gun out and turned sideways. If by chance he DID get a shot off, the recoil will pull his muzzle completely off-target and he will have to turn to get back. Except he will never turn back because I will have shot him by then. The time it actually happened, I hit him seven times after he missed with five from twelve feet behind me

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