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Old 06-01-2012, 09:16 PM   #91
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At the moment my buddy works as an armed security guard. The funniest thing he told me about that job though. Some guy tried to rob him with a "brick" Yes the thing people use to build houses. It's Detroit... need I say more?

But this guy didn't know my buddy carries a CPL and a Glock 23.

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Old 06-02-2012, 01:26 AM   #92
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Originally Posted by therewolf
You want to know what my experience is Mike?

My experience is when I accidentally drop

something made of stamped metal two feet, it

distorts, and can never be made right again.

Yanno, you guys are the very same ones

who would BIRTH A COW on the spot,

if somebody fumbled and dropped your cast,

hi-tensile steel, machined firearm

EIGHT INCHES onto the counter, at a LGS.

Yet, suddenly, you think nothing

of taking a part of your weapon, and flipping it 4 to 10

feet away, onto the ground...

FAH, you're probably a wonderful guy, but I'd bet an

ISP check would show you're another username here.

You OBVIOUSLY have no experience WHATSOEVER

with stamped, light gauge, sheet metal steel, which

is what these mags are made of, if not plastic,

which would crack.

Hey, you guys want to whup on your magazines, and fling them

about, it's a free country, be my guest. I'm not going to copy

every internet commando who comes along and posts a "how-to"

I'm sorry bud but you're not correct. You can draw this out as long as you want the facts won't change.

Maybe you can do a how to video to show us how it's done.

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Old 06-02-2012, 03:44 AM   #93
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Dueling with a Troll - Continue on...!

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Old 06-02-2012, 03:52 AM   #94
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this has gone on a little too long. since no one seems interested in the original posting anymore...
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