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Old 03-11-2013, 08:36 AM   #21
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A gun in each hand is an effective way to shoot multiple people.

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LAWs work well against fixed wing aircraft movong 300+ Plus MPH

Hip fired 50cal Ma deuce can wipe out a whole platoon while running with it

Improved Fighting positions just appear out nowhere without a shovel in sight

Military Vehicles can drive right through a brick wall with a gunner in the hatch and both still work fine after

A guy with shorts, a tshirt and a pistol somehow has places to hide hundreds of rounds and can fight for hours without reloading.

Sly Stallone can get paid half a billion dollars to glamorize military like strikes against anything that moves with Military style weapons but says they are too dangerous for us to have!

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When you get shot with a handgun, you go flying 30 feet backwards.

In spite of thousands of rounds being fired, no one gets shot, but somehow the tire managed to get shot out at 50 MPH. (EVERY episode of the A-Team. In only 1 episode do I recall anyone getting shot, and they didn't even show it happening, only after.)

You can keep a firm hold on a 1911, and reach up with your thumb to cock the hammer. Uhhhh, can you? Seems unlikely from the handguns I have held and shot, never had my hands on a full size 1911.

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You can successfully engage moving targets at distances greater than 25 meters with any handgun, including a snubby. You have no trouble engaging bad guys equipped with rifles and SMG's with a handgun. Every shot's either a kill shot or a disabling hand or shoulder hit. Any good guy can throw any knife and bury it in Mr. Bad Guy's chest, first time, every time.
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"Bullet proof" vests stop rifle rounds.

spray a handgun bullet with teflon and it becomes "armor piercing"

Mel-Gibson's character "Riggs" in Leathal Weapon does not know what a hollow point bullet is. (says he's carrying around a special hollow point to take his own life, because he feels suicidal after losing his wife in the first movie...but when the camera focuses in on the "special bullet" it's just a FMJ copper bullet.)


I need to practice a LOT more, because the guys in movies can quick draw with a short revolver and hit a guy in the forehead from 50+ yards away. and never miss.

But Thankfully, bad guys can't aim worth a crap, since the good guy can clear a building by himself, taking out 10-20 bad guys all by himself, and never gets shot, despite being shot at with full auto guns, and all he has to fight back with is a handgun.

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Sorta been mentioned before, but when shooting at cars the bullets bounce off that special detroit sheet metal (or fiberglass). Was watching a movie this weekend where hiding behind an oil drum protected you from M-16 fire. Also, never understood why, when the bad guy was just hiding around the corner of a house/building, one doesn't just shoot through the sheetrock to bag 'em.

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Nearly every shot from the "good guys" CC weapon is an immediately fatal blow.

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Hand grenades have the yield of a small nuclear weapon.

Opposing armor forces never lock the hatches on their tanks- so it is easy to board a moving armored vehicle, open the hatch, and chuck a grenade inside.

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Sorta been mentioned before, but when shooting at cars the bullets bounce off that special detroit sheet metal (or fiberglass). Was watching a movie this weekend where hiding behind an oil drum protected you from M-16 fire. Also, never understood why, when the bad guy was just hiding around the corner of a house/building, one doesn't just shoot through the sheetrock to bag 'em.
Only place I ever saw this happen was in the 2nd season of "24", Jack Bauer was recovering some info from one BG's house and a female BG impersonating an FBI agent engaged him in the house, she hid behind a column on a staircase and Jack shot through the column and killed her. I cheered cause it was something they got right.
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I saw a tv show where the guy was acting like he was shooting while the slide was locked back. There was still gunshot sounds! Geez my 13 yo daughter noticed too.

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