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2/23/2017 5:55:53 PM
Posted: 10/11/2001 5:17:49 PM EST
They had a clip of a soldier crouching down and running away from the camera while some bullets hit the ground behind him. Then what looks like 2 slow moving bullets pass right by the camera, you can even hear one hum as it passes... They were a little big looking but there was no real perspective in the shot... Has anybody else seen that clip? BISHOP
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 5:26:47 PM EST
Yup! I just saw the same video clip.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 5:30:21 PM EST
What the hell are you watching MSNBC and not FOX?!
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 5:50:01 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/11/2001 5:53:46 PM EST by RamblinWreck]
There is one reason to watch MSNBC - I think her name is Norah O'Donnell. [img]http://a799.ms.akamai.net/3/799/388/a8895e1bedc935/www.msnbc.com/news/990892.jpg[/img] A nice Irish lass, if this is the same one I'm dreaming of, the pic does not do her justice at all. I have to find a better one. Sorry, Laurie (Dhue), I'm dumping you for a brunette. [:D] Edited to add pics - let's try this one: [img]http://a188.g.akamaitech.net/f/188/920/1d/www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/images/I56905-2001Jul13[/img]
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 5:53:23 PM EST
I've seen .308 bullets in flight through a spotting scope as close as 200yds if the light was just right. I see pistol bullets routinely with the naked eye, particularly cast lead .38s, .44s, and .45s when the light is 90 degrees to the bullet path and low in the sky. I'm not talking vortexes here either, I mean I can see the bullet itself. None of my shooting buddies seem to be able to pick them up, but my vision is 20/5 in the left eye and 20/10 in the right eye, I don't know if that makes any difference. Anybody else see them?
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 5:53:40 PM EST
Originally Posted By BISHOP: ...Then what looks like 2 [u]slow moving bullets[/u] pass right by the camera ... BISHOP
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... I can handle them kinds
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 6:43:31 PM EST
When it comes to video clips I watch ALL media stations.... BISHOP
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 7:13:36 PM EST
Originally Posted By RamblinWreck: Sorry, Laurie (Dhue), I'm dumping you for a brunette. [:D]
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HOW DARE YOU! Those LIPS! Those LEGS! The UZI!
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 7:29:58 PM EST
bishop I saw the same thing, to me it looked like a round hit the ground and threw up a rock
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 7:58:14 PM EST
Originally Posted By M15A2: HOW DARE YOU! Those LIPS! Those LEGS! The UZI!
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I still love Laurie, but the fat girl inside her is starting to bust out! I do love those big-boned scandanavian blondes, my ideal would be Kristy Swanson. But, what UZI? I missed something. Tell me about the UZI!
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 8:26:28 PM EST
[img]http://www.bsnn.net/contributors/DD_Dhue049[1].jpg[/img] I'm in love!
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 8:33:44 PM EST
Cool! What was the related story, or wuz she just hangin' with y'all havin' fun?
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 8:38:48 PM EST
I believe this was a story she did at the Gunsite machine gun training facility. It was before she left PMSNBC for Foxnews. Notice her finger is OFF the trigger! What a woman!
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 8:43:33 PM EST
I agree. Laurie is fine, and those lips, those LIPS!. But the 27-yr-old Irish maiden with the boomerang eyebrows and the cheerleader's bod has got me mesmerized. Too bad she's engaged, she's gonna miss out on me! [<]:)]
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 9:15:41 PM EST
Originally Posted By RamblinWreck: But the 27-yr-old Irish maiden with the boomerang eyebrows and the cheerleader's bod
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LOL! She is hot. Maybe Rupert will hire her.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 10:58:59 PM EST
Originally Posted By M15A2: [img]http://www.bsnn.net/contributors/DD_Dhue049[1].jpg[/img] I'm in love!
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That looks like the same "hot chick" that got a ride in a Tomcat.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 11:55:25 PM EST
700PSS, I also see the bullets enroute. I first experienced this at a young age at handgun silhouette competitions. Its pretty cool seeing the full trajectory path of the bullet in flight especially when being shot at the real long distances. I can also see centerfire rifle bullets when they get out there past 100 yards and not real high velocity (below 3000 fps). I know other people that have this ability also, but it does not seem that they can see them as clearly or on a routine basis like I can. I also do not know if your vision has anything to do with it. I do have 20/5 vision in both eyes.
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 8:13:35 AM EST
Originally Posted By greaper: 700PSS, I also see the bullets enroute. I first experienced this at a young age at handgun silhouette competitions. Its pretty cool seeing the full trajectory path of the bullet in flight especially when being shot at the real long distances. I can also see centerfire rifle bullets when they get out there past 100 yards and not real high velocity (below 3000 fps). I know other people that have this ability also, but it does not seem that they can see them as clearly or on a routine basis like I can. I also do not know if your vision has anything to do with it. I do have 20/5 vision in both eyes.
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Well I'm glad I'm not as crazy as all my shooting buddies seem to think I am!
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 8:27:10 AM EST
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 8:56:57 AM EST
Originally Posted By DoubleFeed: Chuck Yeager mentioned in his biography that he can see bullets in flight.
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You're right DoubleFeed, I've read that book about a dozen times and I'd forgotten all about that.
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 10:12:05 AM EST
Only bullets I can see in flight are the ones from an Aguila Colibri .22 cartridge, lil' suckers only going 375fps. 20/20 vision
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 3:19:25 PM EST
I saw semi-automatic 9mm gunfire erupting out of my P226 before. Watching someone else firing it, not me.
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 3:34:03 PM EST
I like Laurie Dhue's bullets...
Link Posted: 10/14/2001 12:27:49 PM EST
I watched my .380 bullets from my pistol one day. I was shooting into a dark canyon and the sun was behind me and lit up the bullets as I fired them... I could watch them as they traveled to the rock I was aiming at and splattered. I thought it was cool. BISHOP
Link Posted: 10/14/2001 12:47:36 PM EST
Not only can I see bullets. But I can knock em down with a set of pre-ban wonder woman bracelets my wife snatched up at a garage sale.
Link Posted: 10/14/2001 12:54:08 PM EST
Originally Posted By 700PSS: I've seen .308 bullets in flight through a spotting scope as close as 200yds if the light was just right. I see pistol bullets routinely with the naked eye, particularly cast lead .38s, .44s, and .45s when the light is 90 degrees to the bullet path and low in the sky.
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I can see my .45s under those conditions.
Link Posted: 10/14/2001 1:26:04 PM EST
Call me crazy, but I just keep my eye on the orange of the bullseye. I figure if there's any place I'll see the bullets or its path, it'll no doubt be there.
Link Posted: 10/14/2001 4:54:14 PM EST
Originally Posted By RamblinWreck: There is one reason to watch MSNBC - I think her name is Norah O'Donnell. [img]http://a799.ms.akamai.net/3/799/388/a8895e1bedc935/www.msnbc.com/news/990892.jpg[/img] A nice Irish lass, if this is the same one I'm dreaming of, the pic does not do her justice at all. I have to find a better one. Sorry, Laurie (Dhue), I'm dumping you for a brunette. [:D] NICE! Damn, what a hot little piece of ass she is (Norah O'Donnell)... Edited to add pics - let's try this one: [img]http://a188.g.akamaitech.net/f/188/920/1d/www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/images/I56905-2001Jul13[/img]
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Link Posted: 10/14/2001 5:33:44 PM EST
I have seen 9 mm bullets while using binoculars and standing behind and to the side of the guy who was shooting them. Obviously, they were blurred and very fast, but I could see them. My buddy and I changed places, and he could see them too. Amazing.
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