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Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by ineverFTF, Aug 20, 2012.
Actually, it is a Firearms Forum. Minor technical difference.
Why do you ask?
Well my apologizes for the "minor technical differences"
"This is my firearm,
This is my gun.
One is for Freedom,
The other for fun."
I like it, im gonna have to steal this thanks
These are guns.
Need the "like" feature on the mobile app!
I thought it was "this is my rifle, this is my gun..."? Pyle?
I think the OP must mean:
Why don't we have more "9mm vs. 45acp" and "Glock 26 vs. Highpoint C-9" threads?
Or threads like "If you could be any gun, what would you be and why?"
Something suppressed, so i don't get headaches.
Curious , what is the minor technical difference between a gun and a firearm?
Hey, I'm retired USAF. We have not been trained that well on small arms.
This thread has me confused
One of the Marine Corps sayings (quoted by a Marine):
This is my rifle
This is my gun
With this I kill people
With this I have fun.
An aside: years ago a "gun" was a firearm without any rifling. Today, almost anything goes.
The word gun was used when referring to a cannon. The correct name for the big things that go boom on navy ships is gun's. Like he said a gun did not have riffling. Things have changed
Really? Tell that to the M-1 Abrams.
Now, which is better, the AR-47 or the AK-15? And if I had to have one which would it be? Or maybe the Mossberg 870 or Remington 500 shoty... And then, would you use fine birdshot or the largest buckshot for home defense!?
Or replace them all with a Mosin-Nagant -- the best gun ever made for everything ever since the Soviets stole the Makarov pistol and ammo from the Germans.