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Old 01-27-2011, 08:14 PM   #11
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Seriously? I had never heard of a quiet/suppressed shotgun until that movie "No Country for Old Men". It twisted my mind a bit.
We have had them for donkeys years.
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Tried to watch it, I just can't take the manufactured drama in these shows. I mean, all you have to do is build the damn thing. It's what you do for a living. So why all the angst about do it now or do it in a couple of hours? If I hadn't watched Howe and Howe doing the same damn thing first I might have been able to tolerate this show. I enjoy watching the actual work, but they inject so much interpersonal strife I'd rather watch NCIS re-runs.
I can appreciate where your coming from. However I tend to be pretty good at ignoring the bull crap to enjoy the good stuff.
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We have had them for donkeys years.
No kiddin, huh? It looks like those guys in Finland got it right first, but only by 5 or 6 decibels. Reflex Suppressors.

I think Red Jacket Firearms were just the first ones to suppress a shotgun SIGNIFICANTLY to require no hearing protection?
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I might watch it just because I want to molest his daughter.

As far as the show goes it is about guns so it is not that bad. The guys are a little well too redneckie for me.

Why couldn't they do this show at say Wilson combat or Cooper Arms? Places that build high quality not a place that straps a pipe to a siaga shotgun.

I would rather watch this show over Broke back junk hunters....

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A fully moderated .410 shotgun is really quiet and sounds no louder than someone clapping there hands. Bear in mind the silencer is 24" long.

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No kiddin, huh? It looks like those guys in Finland got it right first, but only by 5 or 6 decibels. Reflex Suppressors.

I think Red Jacket Firearms were just the first ones to suppress a shotgun SIGNIFICANTLY to require no hearing protection?
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I might watch it just because I want to molest his daughter.

As far as the show goes it is about guns so it is not that bad. The guys are a little well too redneckie for me.
Dude? She has the one-sided fang thing, WTHeck?

Coonasses are not rednecks. Those boys did talk more like rednecks than coonasses, but after a few beers, i'd bet they start reversing numbers and sounding coonie, at least the owner.

I do not use the term "coonass" as an insult; i have some relatives and friends who fall in that category and are good people.
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That is one loooooong supressor! Very cool!
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I might watch it just because I want to molest his daughter.

As far as the show goes it is about guns so it is not that bad. The guys are a little well too redneckie for me.

Why couldn't they do this show at say Wilson combat or Cooper Arms? Places that build high quality not a place that straps a pipe to a siaga shotgun.

I would rather watch this show over Broke back junk hunters....
The apparel models on their website are pretty hot, I bet they work there behind the scenes.
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As I see it, almost any show that helps bring firearms into the norm/main stream is a good thing. Most won't get a surpressed shotgun or the master key. But it might get some thinking about owning firearms more. IMHO it is helping the cause by making firearms a TV topic in a good way instead of just on the 11 oclock news.

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