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Old 07-10-2013, 04:00 AM   #21
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I HATE :-@.......I hate when movies use cocking sounds every 5 seconds to seem cool. It's really hard not to get upset when watching some movies with gun mistakes of your a gun nut. Ex.
Me: What?? That wasn't realistic at all.
Person beside me: Calm down. It's not that important.
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I HATE :-@.......I hate when movies use cocking sounds every 5 seconds to seem cool. It's really hard not to get upset when watching some movies with gun mistakes of your a gun nut. Ex.
Me: What?? That wasn't realistic at all.
Person beside me: Calm down. It's not that important.
Me: It.Is.Important.........
It is and it isn't important. It is important in order to maintain the illusion so that one can enjoy the movie. It isn't important because I don't go to the movies!

One gun mistake I remember from when I did to the movies is from King Kong where the bad guys are waving around a Ruger 22/45 and it is shooting like a Casull. Fail.
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It is and it isn't important. It is important in order to maintain the illusion so that one can enjoy the movie. It isn't important because I don't go to the movies!

One gun mistake I remember from when I did to the movies is from King Kong where the bad guys are waving around a Ruger 22/45 and it is shooting like a Casull. Fail.
I really like it when they make cocking sounds for Glocks and other hammerless handguns (and I'm not talking about racking the slide, either).

No matter how long I try, I still can't get mine to make that sound.
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I really like it when they make cocking sounds for Glocks and other hammerless handguns (and I'm not talking about racking the slide, either).

No matter how long I try, I still can't get mine to make that sound.
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Hollywood has been used as a propaganda tool for much of its 100 year history. It was used to promote the KKK, WWI, WWII and Korea. In more recent times it has become a tool of the left wing. It is anti-capitalist anti-American military. Hollywood supports Obama and his agendas to change America. They are the vanguard for the Socialist agendas such as Gun control, Green theology, legal street drugs and changes in civil rules such as marriage and protection of infants.
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