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Old 08-29-2012, 07:06 PM   #31
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Wtf?????????
I mean they might go to glock for dependabilty and stopping power or maybe an s&w m&p the m9 just not that powerful but it is dependable.
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if i didnt have a 12 ga mossy i wouldnt hesitate to buy a highpoint as a house or truck gun. until the safety mechanism is improved i wont carry one as a cc gun. the only other thing about them i dont like is the trigger is real splashy.

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I will look we only have two that come here and they have been and gone
What IS this language you keep lapsing back into?
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Reminder: punctuation.

Your English teacher didn't try to pound it into your head just to piss you off, but because it makes everything you write more really understood. It's also simply polite. And manly. That's right, it's manly to have periods. Period.

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it's manly to have periods.
Really?
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Sorry man, I couldn't help it.

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I had a hi-point .45. It was complete junk. It jammed all the time. I tried every brand of ammo. It was really accurate though. So you could get a good shot and then throw it at the intruder. To finish them off. I shot the .40 and the 9mm. And they worked well. I found out the .45 are made in a different factory then the rest.

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You could get a CZ-52 or Romanian TT-33 for $200 or less. And there 20x better then a hi-point. Just Make sure you don't dry fire the CZ-52.

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Reminder: punctuation.

Your English teacher didn't try to pound it into your head just to piss you off, but because it makes everything you write more really understood. It's also simply polite. And manly. That's right, it's manly to have periods. Period.
Im from the south. When i post stuff i don't care much about wasting time with ................ ok thanks
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Im from the south. When i post stuff i don't care much about wasting time with ................ ok thanks
That don't mean jack or ****. I'm from the south, and we probably have a larger percentage of southerners here than any other region of the US, excluding our international members. Posts made with zero, or very little, punctuation are hard to read, annoying, and kind of rude-it shows inconsiderate behavior and apathy towards your fellow members.

And to use "I'm from the south" as an excuse to use less grammar in writing than my six year old son does? That's a shameful disgrace. No wonder so many people think the south is full of uneducated retarded rednecks with bad attitudes... Some people actually fit that stereotype.

Know that saying; Better to appear an idiot, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt? Well, it's better to use some kind of punctuation, than to jibba jabba willy nilly without even caring if your meaning is understood. There's a huge difference between communicating, and creating clutter.
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