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#50 - AyonEopia **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#49 - rozzcow (08/27/2010) [-]
Thats not how you hold a rifal stupid!
#53 to #49 - Nolander **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#54 to #53 - rozzcow (08/27/2010) [-]
i got owned..............
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#48 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
he is shooting a rifle like a handgun.....

you Sr. are special
#47 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
in some countries there are child soldiers that shoot better than him
User avatar #46 - RamboTrucker (08/27/2010) [-]
#45 - Flywire (08/27/2010) [-]
Naw it looks like a 30-06 or at least some sort of .30 and a 30-06 Would kick like that if its not held right he was holding it very loosly. and if you watch the gun flys back before his hands do
#65 to #45 - RemingtonACR (08/27/2010) [-]
It looks like a Remington 7400 to me. but i dunno, its hard to tell
#80 to #65 - Flywire (08/28/2010) [-]
Could be its very hard to tell. Its most certainly not a 22 cal though
#43 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
FAKE, that looks like a 22 LR. doesnt kick like that. even if it was was a 30 - 06 it wouldnt.
#42 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
Shooting guns is hard bro.
User avatar #41 - TheOriginalLoser (08/27/2010) [-]
It would only be better if he tried using two of them at the same time.
User avatar #40 - redcynic (08/27/2010) [-]
a stupidity reserved only for the reddest of necks.
#38 - HowNormal (08/27/2010) [-]
Hey I think that shooting technique is really popular in the French army.
User avatar #39 to #38 - MrFish (08/27/2010) [-]
they teach marksmanship in the French army?
The French have a army?
this is all startling news to me
User avatar #37 - picnicburrito (08/27/2010) [-]
I like at the beginning he does a little " to those who are about to do something stupid/die, i salute you....oh wait, thats me."
User avatar #35 - trigder ONLINE (08/27/2010) [-]
-prepares for thimbs down-

how do you fire a sniper without hitting yourself in the god damn eye?
User avatar #44 to #35 - pedobaresall (08/27/2010) [-]
my dad held the scope too close to his eye and got stitches. recoil hurts
#36 to #35 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
the buttstockbesides it transfering momentum it seperates you and the gun by a good half a foot
#32 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
User avatar #26 - divinedpk (08/27/2010) [-]
User avatar #23 - Zonti (08/27/2010) [-]
You don;t hold it at your face, dumbass
#17 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
special kind of stupid right there
User avatar #16 - Nytemare (08/27/2010) [-]
commone sence would tell you thats a bad idea.
User avatar #15 - Reepschlager (08/27/2010) [-]
This is fake they have just speeded up the part were he hits himself
#20 to #15 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
have you ever shot a gun?
probably not, you've probably never left the kitchen
User avatar #31 to #20 - Reepschlager (08/27/2010) [-]
Yes i have shot many guns ranging from 7.56 to 50.
User avatar #19 to #15 - Blackrain (08/27/2010) [-]
Agreed, even a high recoil gun (large caliber) would not recoil that quickly. But that is definitely not a high caliber gun....
User avatar #21 to #19 - alucardhell (08/27/2010) [-]
that rifle is moving backwards at 2.3m/s so YES, this video is completely real. It is just a momentum equation, assuming that the rifle is about 3.8kg, the bullet is going around 823m/s and the bullet weighs .014kg.
User avatar #22 to #21 - alucardhell (08/27/2010) [-]
Sorry, that should be 2.9m/s. sorry.
User avatar #24 to #22 - jadegreen (08/27/2010) [-]
No my friend you are wrong, equal and opposite reaction, the bullet isnt able to displace that amout of force unto the shooter, in essence it cannot equate to that amout of recoil, fake
User avatar #25 to #24 - alucardhell (08/27/2010) [-]
Conservation of momentum. You start off with zero momentum, therefore the speed of the bullet times the mass of it going out the end of the gun has to be equal to the mass of the gun(the other object which the force acts upon) times the speed that the gun moves back.
User avatar #28 to #25 - jadegreen (08/27/2010) [-]
Although energy must be conserved, this does not mean that the kinetic energy of the bullet must be equal to the recoil energy of the gun: in fact, it is many times greater. For example, a bullet fired from an M16 rifle has approximately 1763 Joules of kinetic energy as it leaves the muzzle, but the recoil energy of the gun is less than 7 Joules. Despite this imbalance, energy is still conserved because the total energy in the system before firing (the chemical energy stored in the propellant) is equal to the total energy after firing (the kinetic energy of the recoiling firearm, plus the kinetic energy of the bullet and other ejecta, plus the heat energy from the explosion).
User avatar #29 to #28 - jadegreen (08/27/2010) [-]
In order to work out the distribution of kinetic energy between the firearm and the bullet, it is necessary to use the law of conservation of momentum in combination with the law of conservation of energy. So although your calculations above are correct you must take into account the other variables that take place at the time of firing
#33 to #29 - ainslii (08/27/2010) [-]
Yeah the recoil may not have been so bad if he had been holding it properly,, but because it was just being held loosely in his hands, it was easy for it to jump back like that (and yeah I have fired a gun before)
#30 to #29 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
maybe he had no grip idiots -_-
User avatar #27 to #25 - kylekez (08/27/2010) [-]
One time i shot a gun and it hurt my arm.
User avatar #34 to #27 - LPHeroes (08/27/2010) [-]
one time i hipfired my paintball gun across field, and headshotted someone!
#13 - anon (08/27/2010) [-]
That's what you get for holding it like a pillock :D
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