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Old 01-04-2009, 04:53 AM   #1
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THE TEN MANLIEST FIREARMS

http://arthurshall.com/x_2007_manly_firearms.shtml

WHAT DO YOU THINK, IS HE RIGHT?
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Old 01-04-2009, 06:35 AM   #2
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Well, the article is pretty much tongue in cheek- but I DO own 8 of the 10. However, the flaw in his base premise- my 12 yr old grandaughter shooting partner shoots 7 of the 10. So much for the "manly-viking-man" thing!

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The list cut in, but read the article. Good for a smile. Would just substitute the Redhawk 44 for the 29 and a pre-64 Win Mod 70 for the K31, and the M1 Garand for the Nagant for my list. FWIW





THE TEN MANLIEST FIREARMS
by Guest Author, Crazy Einar

#10: SMLE
#9: Mosin-Nagant M44
#8: GLOCK
#7: Swiss K31 Carbine
#6: AK47
#5: Smith & Wesson Model 29
#4: AR15
#3: Remington 870
#2: Colt Model 1911A1 .45 ACP
#1: Barrett M82 .50 caliber rifle

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He forgot the most manley of them all.

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Damn it, Now i gotta sell my Desert Eagle

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Yeah that is close, but you have to have the M14, M21, M25 in the list somewhere.

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Any list that is listed as the "manliest" and includes the Glock automatically gets disqualified.

That, and he doesn't list the most popular boltgun for tactical ( read Alpha Male-ness ) applications in the Remington 700.

Double Fail.

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If you talking truly manly, my vote goes to the Holland and Holland 600 Nitro Express. That one heck of a double rifle. Even a 450 Nitro express with a 480 gr. bullet makes for some quite interesting watching. I have seen some pretty good flinches even when the hammer was dropped on a empty chamber. H.J.

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Any list that is listed as the "manliest" and includes the Glock automatically gets disqualified.

That, and he doesn't list the most popular boltgun for tactical ( read Alpha Male-ness ) applications in the Remington 700.

Double Fail.

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that is some truth there
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that is some truth there
I knew I liked you.

Thanks for having my back on this one brother...

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