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#3 - ibaiapellaniz
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(07/07/2013) [-]
just leaving this here....
#9 to #3 - freenarative
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(07/07/2013) [-]
MFW i can see this getting WAY more thumbs that the content.
User avatar #4 to #3 - fnordyy
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(07/07/2013) [-]
i want it
User avatar #5 to #3 - schmettermuschi
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(07/07/2013) [-]
holy ****, this thing looks lethal as ****
need one just to sit around all day knowing that I have this ************ with me.
User avatar #127 to #3 - irokk
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(07/08/2013) [-]
How to Dislocate Your Body in Less Than Two Easy Steps!
#82 to #3 - SuperSixONE
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(07/08/2013) [-]
Its on the list.
User avatar #135 to #82 - thegamerslife
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(07/08/2013) [-]
that is a single shot though.
#6 to #3 - reshiram
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(07/07/2013) [-]
mfw some retard fires this and the recoil tears his arm off
mfw some retard fires this and the recoil tears his arm off
#123 to #6 - funmanigro
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(07/08/2013) [-]
**** the recoil, the cylinder would explode
User avatar #98 to #6 - missrainbowdash
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do u have to be a retard to fire it? or do retards have weak arms?
User avatar #20 to #6 - clifford
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(07/07/2013) [-]
First of I know what you said was a joke I just want to say why this could probably been done. It should not have "to much bite" I have a 44. mag that is a double action and that doesn't kick that much with 240 grain bullets I know it's not very comparable to a 50 bmg but bear with me, now I have found out through shooting enough ammo in it (and my muzzle loading pistol) is that pistols will jump a bit but most of the power is placed in your palm. Thats a single (the single action puts the balance a bit more in the front, were as a double puts it closer to the middle), also the cylinder is very long and the fifty caliber browning machine gun cartridge is a bottle neck cartridge meaning even more metal and thus even more weight at the front. What I'm saying is that much weight at the end and a proper two handed grip, someone could acutely shoot the thing without "killing them selfs".
#10 to #6 - JoshOwnsAll
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(07/07/2013) [-]
why the hell did this get -1?
it's true as ****!
a barrett M107, or a M82 have extreme recoil reduction measures, like muzzle brakes, and internal springs, so your shoulder doesn't break and/or dislocate when firing.
a revolver cannot absorb that much recoil, resulting in the gun ripping your thumb off.
don't try this at home, kids.
User avatar #11 to #10 - JariWeis
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Isn't there a special "grip" you have to do on revolvers to prevent that?
User avatar #12 to #11 - JoshOwnsAll
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not on a .50 BMG you don't
that one's gonna rip through your hands like a hot knife through butter
#37 to #12 - trostell
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Take a second and think about this. A rifle on some sort of support, such as a bipod, will generally recoil backwards, because there's nothing trying to redirect it. However, as it's possible to fire 20mm shells from a shoulder-fired rifle without the fancy modern recoil reduction without injury, I would say .50 BMG isn't the most powerful round out there. Now, a proper grip on that revolver, the gun will recoil not just backwards, but upwards as well, because that's how your arm wants to go. It's why most automatic rifles also climb when fired rapidly and are only supported by the shooter, it's how your body reacts to prevent injury. However, this is still a dangerous weapon, because not only could a poor grip cause a literal headache, but due to just how much powder is in a .50 BMG round, the chamber may well explode, or come flying off, due to the gap between cylinder and barrel common to revolvers.
User avatar #51 to #37 - JoshOwnsAll
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(07/08/2013) [-]
true, but it would be a terribly impractical gun nonetheless.
User avatar #147 to #51 - trostell
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(07/09/2013) [-]
I can't argue it ever being practical, but it is possible to fire it without doing serious damage to your own body, unless you shoot yourself or something stupid like that.
User avatar #13 to #12 - JariWeis
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Sounds like you're about to have a bad time yourself too when you fire this baby in case of need.
User avatar #52 to #13 - JoshOwnsAll
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(07/08/2013) [-]
in a time of need I would keep another gun. a 9mm probably, you can fire accurately faster
#26 - fuckitdude
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(07/08/2013) [-]
post your gun thread?

Benelli SuperNova pump, Nordic extension tube, Messa tactical sure shot shell carrier.
#64 to #26 - xxhunterxx
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(07/08/2013) [-]
My MKnifeteeneleven
#89 to #26 - mexicandudeinsd
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(07/08/2013) [-]
fack
#134 to #26 - thegamerslife
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(07/08/2013) [-]
My carry gun, M&P9 SHIELD.
also Panther arms Sportical AR-15 and a few other pistols and rifles.
#138 to #26 - mrbobert
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(07/08/2013) [-]
Just a .22 AR, oh and a tacticool Kel-Tek RFB. Oh, and a couple of WRXs.
#69 to #26 - nunubot
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(07/08/2013) [-]
Long-strike cs-6, Iron sights, Custom factory paint, Orange parts.
User avatar #71 to #69 - dajokaman
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(07/08/2013) [-]
I guess your gun got nerfed on the last patch.
#85 to #71 - SuperSixONE
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I actually found that hilarious.
I actually found that hilarious.
#49 to #26 - dajokaman
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(07/08/2013) [-]
Colt M15KBAKPGP7 3000
#61 to #49 - heartlessrobot
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Not enough bayonets.
#62 - jugularj
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#55 - defacedcreeper
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some of these are just ******* awful
#124 to #55 - funmanigro
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fellow /k/ommando, what are you doing here?
#72 - localbees
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(07/08/2013) [-]
Obrez is what's up.
User avatar #96 to #72 - nuclearnarwhal
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I almost bought one or something similar at Academy, then I thought "Why do that when I can get a Judge?"



I'm rethinking my decision.
User avatar #146 to #96 - localbees
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(07/09/2013) [-]
Hell, all you really need for an Obrez is a Mosin-Nagant and a hacksaw.
And a lot of explaining, if you get caught with it
#131 to #72 - zinton
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(07/08/2013) [-]
It looks like someone modeled a gun after the corgi.
#92 to #72 - apocalypseboyz
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(07/08/2013) [-]
Ever wanted to shoot a fireball at someone and leave a ten inch gaping hole inside someones chest? The Obrez is where it's at!
#7 - pureevil
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I actually have a thompson 1928 at home.

It's only a softgun though, but still one of the coolest weapons I know of

The drum magazine is a bitch to make work though.
User avatar #15 to #7 - fantomen
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I fired an original one in Swedish army training.
Our regiment was considered low priority, so were were armed with 90 year old Mauser rifles, and only one in 10 had a pistol 1903 Colt clone.


But one day out Commander decided to clear a bunch of old **** from storage, including about 10 000 rounds of really old .45 ammo.
So they gave us training on some old Thompsons that were bought during WWII, and we just spent the whole day on the range feeling like old school gangsters.
There are some things you discover about them however.
Firstly, How freaking heavy they are compared to a European SMG.
Secondly, they rattle when you shake them.
And thirdly, how difficult they are to hit anything with. If you try to use the ladder sight or semi auto fire you're just going to miss, so the only effective way to use a Thompson is to use the V-notch sight and just mow down **** full auto, and unless you have the really heavy and unreliable 50 round drum magazine you are going to run out of ammo in about 2 seconds. That's not an exaggeration, and then swapping mags is also a pain ans slow.


But I think those old guns are either destroyed or in storage now. Which makes me sad.
Hopefully they are packed with cosmoline and thrown in a museum basement.
User avatar #24 to #15 - pureevil
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Well, as I said, mine is a SOFTGUN, so it's not a real gun. It shoots BB-bullets (Plastic bullets) at very "low" velocities (120-130 m/s) and is used for Airsoft. It is rather heavy though, yeah, it is said to be one of the most realistic Thompsons out there. It weighs around 4 kg. without the drum mag (Which, incidentally holds around 450 BB rounds, so I don't really run out in 2 seconds, but it is damn close).

It does sound fun, being allowed to shoot with such old weapons, but you really must have been considered low priority if you were shooting with such old weapons xD.

I rather like the laddersight though, but since this is a "BB-gun", i would say that it's a bit easier to aim with and hit stuff with. (After all, you got 450 bullets, not 50)

I will agree, the drum does rattle hell of alot as I could imagine it would've done too if it was "real".
User avatar #1 - funnyjunkybro
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Gun boner
#81 - luthervonappledorf
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You forgot one.
#90 to #81 - toshibatoshiba
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Ding dong ************! Ding dong!
#107 to #90 - kouiraki
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"Do these make me look gay"
User avatar #110 to #107 - toshibatoshiba
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you look like you might have seen one up close.
User avatar #114 to #110 - broale
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:i hail from a colorful people"
#32 - canadiangypsy
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#18 - fantomen
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Here's a pic from Russia.
The yanks sent them a bunch of M1 Thompsons during WWII, but the ruskies never issued them.
So these just sat in their crates in some warehouse for 70 years.
Unused and in brand new condition, just packed in grease to prevent rust.


Man, imagine if you just found something like that in your grandpa's basement or something.
User avatar #25 to #18 - pureevil
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I imagine you could end up very wealthy, as originals seem to be pretty pricey
User avatar #86 to #18 - nightroller
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The coolest thing that I found was a Type 98 Arisaka rifle in a sock (He fought in WW2 for the US Army, and brought it back as a souvenir from a soldier whom he had killed)
#126 to #18 - funmanigro
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(07/08/2013) [-]
the Free Syrian Army foind a cache of 5000 Sturghewers لواء التوحيد اكثر من 5000 بارودة وذخيرة متنوعة في عملية نوعية للواء التوحيد 10 8 2012