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Old 07-04-2013, 11:34 PM   #21
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What about Eastwood?

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Clint could voice BMG .50 an ex Special Forces member because he delivers with such force nobody wants to screw with him used to being alone for long periods of time and Bruce Willis could be his cousin M60 a fast talking explosive type of bloke.

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There are gun people working at Pixar. I know a couple- met them at the range. I doubt there would be much traction though. Around here people who work at Apple, Pixar and the like don't go talking about their gun hobby at all. Funny part is I know more people who work at those places who are into guns than are not!

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Great idea! Maybe it's in a theater right now in some alternate reality.

Seriously though, I think guns have plenty of space at the top of America's pop culture pedestal. What's missing are the real world consequences. Really, a 115 lb woman double fisting a pair of desert eagles is going to break a nail.

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Sean Shannon has to be the voice of the M134 mini gun.

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Sean Shannon has to be the voice of the M134 mini gun.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEiFl8O5lV4

Auuuhhhhh........we'll..p......? Could ...yue ....repeat....that...?
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There was a weird Japanese anime close to this, a school system where all the students were firearms. Grade school was subguns, middle school was assault rifles, and high school was battle rifles. The teachers were also various guns, with one lonely human got in the middle as a substitute teacher. Actually had some decent information in it, and excellent drawings, but it was subtitled - apparently it wasn't good enough for voice overs in the US. Main character was FNC.

Edit - series was called "Upotte!!", apparently was only streamed long enough for me to watch the whole thing. Too bad.

But, it calls into play that Japanese animators are fascinated with guns, since they can't touch real ones, and would probably jump on this one full force.

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There was a weird Japanese anime close to this, a school system where all the students were firearms. Grade school was subguns, middle school was assault rifles, and high school was battle rifles. The teachers were also various guns, with one lonely human got in the middle as a substitute teacher. Actually had some decent information in it, and excellent drawings, but it was subtitled - apparently it wasn't good enough for voice overs in the US. Main character was FNC.

Edit - series was called "Upotte!!", apparently was only streamed long enough for me to watch the whole thing. Too bad.

But, it calls into play that Japanese animators are fascinated with guns, since they can't touch real ones, and would probably jump on this one full force.
I looked it up, and the characters are actually personalized by the guns they "are".
The M16A4 is showy and works in short, fast burst, then rests, the L85 is clumsy and sometimes not working right, the AR18 has loose pants (loose fitting stock), one has thong (skeleton stock), the AUG has two distinct personalities (two interchangeable barrel lengths), so on and so forth!
I abandoned anime a long time ago (besides Elfen Lied, that's badass no matter who you are), but this may be worth a watch.
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This is a terrific idea. Too bad it would never happen.

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Rewatched the first episode...I forgot it had some "undertones" that would make it non-child friendly...
Good anime for gun people - Gunslinger Girl.

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