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Old 11-30-2008, 04:10 PM   #31
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Sprout a chub? Matt G, you are the man.

Truth be told, the AF had the prettier girls. And the females weren't bad either.

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Old 11-30-2008, 07:44 PM   #32
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"and the females werent that bad either" thats funny

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When I was shooting for my concealed carry in TX, a guy had a Ruger p89 that jammed every other round. I felt so sorry for him, I loaned him my CZ 75B and he was totally astounded that it did not jam even once. I still remember the cover on G&A magzine with a P89 on the cover with sexy photos and articles singing it's praises. I do not think those people EVER tell the truth when it comes to a realistic evaluation.

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It is amazing that every gun ever reviewed in G&A performs flawlessly. I've never seen a review of a stinker. Couple that with the sheer number of ads, and you have the reason I no longer buy it.

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Old 12-11-2008, 02:14 PM   #35
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The Beretta 93R... is this thing even SLIGHTLY useful?



Mack Bolan seems to like it in his books, which just stuns me.
You have never seen a John Woo movie have you?

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I call foul. Woo uses every gun ever made in his movies. The bad guy was killing everything with a Contender in Hard Boiled. I can envision Chow Yun Fat being acrobatic and lethal with a flintlock in a Woo movie.

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I call foul. Woo uses every gun ever made in his movies. The bad guy was killing everything with a Contender in Hard Boiled. I can envision Chow Yun Fat being acrobatic and lethal with a flintlock in a Woo movie.
The OP asked if it was even SLIGHTLY useful. John Woo, arguably, has made the most of this weapon in the "real" world. Several of his characters have used the 93-R.

Mack Bolan has the longest running use of it though - since like, what 1970 or so. The first book came out in 1969, but he didn't have the 93R in that one....

John Woo, on the other hand, is a MASTER of his craft and should rightfully be placed somewhere on the "Alter to All That Which is Man".

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Curiosity is piqued. What else is on the altar of man?

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Curiosity is piqued. What else is on the altar of man?
You know, I have never taken an inventory, but perhaps we should start a thread??

Some obvious choices, for me, would be:

John Browning.
Gunpowder.
The Thong.
The Brazilian Wax Job.
Steak.
Beer - And Other Spirits.
Power Tools.
The Big Block Engine.
Ronald Reagan.
The US Military.

This could be a thread with some real legs to it honestly... LOL

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