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Old 10-08-2011, 03:14 PM   #21
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Makes sense , Ill have to try it next time
When you take BIL to the range next time, watch how he holds it, and the recoil. I'd wager he's holding low and the recoil is higher than you expect from a man his size.
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Old 10-08-2011, 07:30 PM   #22
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looks like he has plenty of practice with a limp wrist.

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AHAHAHAHAHAHa . my wrist are pretty strong ..... from um working on boats , yea working on boats thats it
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AHAHAHAHAHAHa . my wrist are pretty strong ..... from um working on boats , yea working on boats thats it

Oh please. You call yourself the MobileMarine, and everyone knows marines are always playing with their guns. They can't help it.
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Mobile Marine Service is my company , Mobile Marine is a front for gun for hire lol

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I've never played with my gun. It's gone off while I was cleaning it though!

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Wife told me last night that he legally cant not buy a gun soooo I may toss the idea of him keeping it but still train him . Hell I know a few folks who are normal that dont need a gun

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Wife told me last night that he legally cant not buy a gun soooo I may toss the idea of him keeping it but still train him . Hell I know a few folks who are normal that dont need a gun
Can he own a baseball bat? And there's been a couple different instances of nerdy white boys defending their homes in Memphis with a freakin Samurai Sword to great effect.

They went medieval on their a$$es.
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If I trained my brother-in-law...I'd let him hold the target first!

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