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Posted: 10/7/2002 7:05:55 AM EDT
You can shoot a smiley face, on full auto, at 25 yards, with an MP-5 - Mel Gibson, Lethal Weapon 1 Sheet metal is sufficient to stop an AK47 round - The A-Team Shooting a person in the hand doesn't cause an injury - The Lone Ranger A rifle that is too underpowered to hunt deer in most states is a "high powered rifle" that is too dangerous for civilians to own. Only deranged white guys go on shooting sprees. All handguns are capable of firing accurately no matter how fast you pull the trigger. Anyone struck by a bullet dies immediately. No gun needs to be reloaded.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:09:58 AM EDT
LOL!!! I totally agree. Oh and dont forget that when sprayed wildley no good guy will be shot. A-Team.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:17:40 AM EDT
What about: No matter what type of gun it is...It sounds just like a pump shotgun![:D][shotgun] And you need to rack the slide [b]EVERY[/b] time you start into a new room! BigDozer66
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:19:25 AM EDT
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there's no such thing as a ricochet. silencers are quieter than spitting. - any hitman movie hey, at least in HEAT they reloaded (even though you can see the blank's shells ejecting ;))
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:26:14 AM EDT
Fogot about the 'Always must rack slide.' Bullets bounce off car doors and leave sparks when hitting sheet metal, even in full sun.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:29:22 AM EDT
If you screw up your revolver, you can swap it for an automatic during commercial break, as seen on an episode of "Most Wanted" w/Robert Stack. Slamming the cylinder open and closed doesn't bend the cylinder crane on your revolver.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:31:07 AM EDT
A single handgun round will cause any car to explode and flip over. -- Almost all action movies A 5.56 round will NOT penetrate a 55 gallon drum, but 9mm "cop killer" bullets will pierce the shovel of a bulldozer. --Lethal Weapon 3 A .44 magnum will pick you up, throw you through a window. A 9mm subgun will cause a helicopter to explode, but in a direction than never puts debris on the shooter. --Exit Wounds The bad guy with a handgun will out shoot the good guys with fully shouldered MP-5s. Most handguns are accurate to about 150yds & hit with the force of a 40mm grenade. -Fuji
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:35:04 AM EDT
TRG, you can't shoot a smiley face at 25 yards with an MP-5. You need a Beretta 92fs for that, which is what Gibson had in Lethal Weapon. And don't forget that Hollywood has brought us the 50 shot revolver. I want one of those - you never have to reload.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:35:42 AM EDT
Firing an AK or AR indoors, under a car, or otherwise, without hearing protection won't effect your ability to hear or think clearly.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 7:35:45 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/7/2002 8:38:10 AM EDT
Saw "Air Force One" with Harrison Ford over the weekend, and it's all true! And boy did that M16 throw out muzzle flashes.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 8:41:50 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/7/2002 8:43:48 AM EDT
Originally Posted By TheRedGoat: You can shoot a smiley face, on full auto, at 25 yards, with an MP-5 - Mel Gibson, Lethal Weapon 1
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Beretta 92. And: All Glocks make a clicking sound when drawn and pointed by a LEO. - Matrix
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 8:44:01 AM EDT
Originally Posted By eswanson: TRG, you can't shoot a smiley face at 25 yards with an MP-5. You need a Beretta 92fs for that, which is what Gibson had in Lethal Weapon. And don't forget that Hollywood has brought us the 50 shot revolver. I want one of those - you never have to reload.
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My mistake. I knew he carried a 92sf, but I thought the smiley face scene was with an MP-5. oops! Still fits with the rule "As fast as you pull the trigger, all bullets will strike where you want them."
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 8:48:02 AM EDT
The good guy always gets shot in the upper arm and recovers in about 3 days without any lasting damage no matter what weapon he was shot with. The cowboy can shoot the head off of a rattlesnake from the back of a running horse but won't chance a headshot on a badguy holding a woman by the arm from 10 feet away. Revolvers work best when fired with a throwing motion. Never charge your semiauto handgun untill the bad guy has the hostage in his grasp.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 8:59:28 AM EDT
The lesson the A-Team taught over and over was that in a gun fight, nothing beats a well-lobbed grenade. Which of course will send the bad guys (most often found in pairs) tumblign end over end into the nearest pile of hay or cardoard boxes. And don't forget Mel Gibson's Lethal Weapon lessons, in the LAPD headquarters, we see lots of anti_NRA posters, the NRA is bad. But there's nothing wrong with buddy comedies that joke around about pointing loaded guns at friends while one's finger is on the trigger. So remember, according to Mel Gibson and his pinko hollywood pals, NRA = Bad horseplay with loaded guns = good humor.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 9:07:40 AM EDT
Gangsta style is now upside down with the pinkie pulling the trigger. You gotz to get wid da timz.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 9:25:14 AM EDT
Originally Posted By OldTiger: Gangsta style is now upside down with the pinkie pulling the trigger. You gotz to get wid da timz.
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So that that mean that I need a pair of Home'boy night sights for the bottom of every mag?
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 11:27:34 AM EDT
ROFL. Sights, what sights??? Supposed to spray the area and drive away.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 1:07:27 PM EDT
high power ammo doesnt fragment
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 1:16:58 PM EDT
Any over penetrating round will exit the body with enough force to cause cavitation sufficient to pull a significant amount of blood along with it, but will not damage the glass behind the subject where the blood gets sprayed. Oh, and bullets bounce off of glass when shooting at car windshields.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 1:24:13 PM EDT
Bad guys with automatic weapons can't hit the broadside of ANYTHING! I guess they should carry Marlin Glenfields instead? CRC
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 1:27:07 PM EDT
You can throw a nuclear hand grenade into the lobby of a 63 story building and at least two people will come flying out of every window. Throw that same grenade through the window a grass hut and brace your back against the wall and you will not get hurt.
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Link Posted: 10/7/2002 1:44:10 PM EDT
As seen in "Replacement Killers": A 9mm AR15 variant is ideal for long range sniping. From the same movie, full-size FAL's and G3's are better for CQB than an MP5.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 1:59:04 PM EDT
Although he is outnumbered 20 to 1 the good guy never picks up the MP5,AR,AK,etc and extra mags from the bad guy he just shot with a handgun. ARH
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 2:04:00 PM EDT
ammo is endless no need to reload
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 3:04:25 PM EDT
Originally Posted By piccolo: You can throw a nuclear hand grenade into the lobby of a 63 story building and at least two people will come flying out of every window. Throw that same grenade through the window a grass hut and brace your back against the wall and you will not get hurt.
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Are you the same piccolo fromt thePlatoon? Hey [:)] _____________________ I like it when trained soldiers and SWAT members fire their weapons from the hip instead of from the shoulder- nearly every action film
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 3:05:04 PM EDT
And, of course.. Mags are cheap, that's why they just throw them away when they're empty. And, no matter what kind of ammo, they always have an endless supply. upon getting shot, you can still fire the .44 or that shotgun. no problem. and, you still hit what you aim at....with one shot any vest, no matter what kind, will stop just about any round, regardless of how close the shooter was.
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They can spend 200million dollars to make their gay cop film. But cant set a little aside to get a decent firearm advisor to help out with making the film remotely realistic? Fucking Commywood idiots!
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 3:38:35 PM EDT
[url]http://www.webleyweb.com/tletext/libe-042-19980727.txt[/url] LETHAL WEAPON 4: A REVIEW By Mark and Tina Terry Special to _The Libertarian Enterprise_ We probably should have known better than to pay money and waste time to see this turkey, because in one of the previous _Lethal Weapon_ series, the protagonists were repeatedly whining about "cop killer bullets" which apparently had the mystical capability, when fired from the ubiquitous 9 m/m Parabellum, of penetrating a half-inch of steel plate. In that same movie we also learned that police officers were commonly assassinated with these dangerous "cop killer" bullets. However, it was a hot day, the theater was air-conditioned, and we are usually fans of Mel Gibson, a.k.a. "Mr. Braveheart." Here are the "civics" lessons we learned from "Lethal Weapon 4": 1. NRA "spokesmen" routinely dress up in body armor and assault people and property with automatic weapons and flame-throwers randomly and for no apparent reason. 2. NRA spokesmen can be easily identified by their flame- throwers, automatic weapons and full-body armor. 3. It is difficult or impossible for a police officer to shoot someone wearing body armor and to hit him in the leg or other extremity not covered by the armor, but it is easy for him to shoot the valve off of a napalm-filled flame-thrower tank, and that doing so is okay, no matter the consequences to people and property. 4. Police departments routinely display huge anti-NRA posters and slogans. 5. Most police departments are rabidly anti-Second Amendment. 6. Most or all police officers believe that only the police should have guns. 7. "Assault weapons" are routinely and commonly used in crimes against the public and to attack police officers. 8. It is okay, and funny, to throw someone else's property into the water against their wishes, as long as it's a gun. 9. It is okay, and even amusing, to torture sharks by letting them writhe in agony inside a boat while you make jokes about it. 10. It's okay to shoot at practically anything and everyone -- except a shark in agony. 11. Improper and unsafe gun handling is not only okay -- it is downright hip and cool to willfully and repeatedly violate the basic rules of safe gun handling: A. Every gun is loaded; B. Don't let the barrel of your gun cover something you're not willing to destroy; C. Be sure of your target and what lies beyond your target; D. Keep your finger off the trigger until the weapon is aimed at the target and you are ready to fire. 12. It is hip and cool to joke about shooting a friend, and to point your gun at him and threaten to shoot him. 13. It's okay and hip for police officers who are irritated by peoples' comments, to point their guns at the source of irritation, even when there exists no threat whatsoever of violence. 14. A badge and a brandished gun are the things that reveal a police officer's identity. 15. Police routinely proceed into a known hostile situation with only a pistol and one magazine, and then, after utilizing "spray and pray" techniques, are shocked when they run out of ammunition. 16. Only the police should have guns, no matter how irresponsible their gun-handling. 17. Irresponsible gun-handling is okay for police officers. 18. It is okay and funny for police to make false accusations to other policemen that someone is driving under the influence of alcohol, even when they know such is not the case. 19. Destruction of private property -- eg., breaking large glass windows -- by police officers investigating crimes is good and is funny as long as it's the property of someone suspected of (but not charged with) a crime. 20. Deliberately pulling a fire alarm and causing a panic, when there is no fire, for the sole purpose of destroying private property and harassing a suspect is hip and funny, and is apparently okay and unpunished as long as you are a police officer. (Perhaps the makers of the movie learned this trick from juvenile murderer Andrew Golden of the Westside Middle School, Jonesboro, Arkansas massacre.) 21. It's okay and funny for police to break into a dentist's office, to forcibly administer nitrous oxide to a suspect, and, at the same time, to partake in breathing nitrous oxide themselves. (While this may have been amusing when Inspector Clouseau did it, it doesn't hold up in this context.) 22. It's okay (and funny) for the police to destroy millions of dollars in property and to endanger hundreds of lives while chasing a suspect in a car. 23. It's okay (and funny) for a police officer to Mirandize a suspect by telling him that, if he can't afford an attorney, he only has the right to a really lousy lawyer. 24. It is noble and good for police officers to belittle customs agents for doing their job if the police officer disagrees with the laws the customs agents are enforcing. 25. It is noble and good for police officers to aid and abet in illegal immigration and smuggling of illegal immigrants if the police officer disagrees with immigration laws as long as the police officer is black, the immigrants are "minorities," and the police officer can play the "race/slave" violin. 26. It is noble and admirable for a police officer to shelter illegal aliens in his own house because they are both "minorities," and the fact that some of the sheltered illegal aliens were, as a result of this illegal action, killed, is not the police officer's fault. 27. It is noble and admirable for a police officer to cause his house to be burned to the ground and his family and friends nearly killed as a result of his breaking the law by harboring illegal aliens in his house. 28. It's okay and hip for police officers to impregnate other police officers, and for both of them to proceed to live together and plan to bear the child outside of wedlock, and without any discussion of marriage or of the future of their child. 29. When Mel Gibson, director, producer and star of "Braveheart," condemns the British practice of "sword control," imposed on Scotsmen, such condemnation has no bearing on "gun control" imposed on law-abiding Americans. 30. It is good to glorify violence while trashing the Bill of Rights: the right to keep and bear arms; the right to be safe from unreasonable search and seizure; the right to remain silent; the right to competent counsel. 31. It is good to make lots of money as an actor depicting as humorous unsafe, irresponsible and flamboyant gun-handling, and multiple felonies by police officers, all the while attempting to sell an anti-gun/anti-NRA message to the public. (After all, rabidly anti-Second Amendment actors Sly Stallone, Michael Gross, Paul Newman and others have made zillions of dollars brandishing guns and/or glorifying the killing of hundreds of people on film with guns.) Although we laughed at several points in the movie (Mel Gibson is genuinely funny a couple of times, as is Chris Rock and Joe Pesci) overall, on the scale of BB guns to .577 Nitro Expresses, we rate this film as a .22 short and recommend that you boycott it.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 3:45:54 PM EDT
Remember, recoil isn't real. As Antonio Banderas proved in Desperato by firing off a sawed off double barrel 12 gauge with one hand. He didn't even flinch.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 3:53:49 PM EDT
The lethality of a weapon is directly proportional to the size of the muzzle flash. Assault rifles [u]always[/u] have flash suppressers that both increase the size of the flash and direct it in a 6 sided pattern (3 up and 3 down). Weapons with silencers on them also show an increase in muzzle flash. Swat teams load empty mags whenever they have to do something important.(Fast and the Furious) Whenever a hitman wants to shoot someone with a silenced weapon, he [b][u]must[/u][/b] put the silencer on whilst at the location he intends to use it. Whenever a weapon that is capable of full-auto fire is dropped, the said weapon will begin to fire uncontrollably until everyone down range that is a bad guy is dead.(true lies) Guns are useless against people who know karate. Shotguns are incapable of using any other load than buckshot. While in flight the said buckshot creates a visible cone of death that kills/destroys everything in its path. While fighting hand to hand with someone who has a pistol, the pistol will go off during the fight from 4 to 10 times...none of which will strike anything other than an occasional lightbulb.
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 4:12:18 PM EDT
Sticking your finger in the barrel will cause the gun to blow up in the shooters face. (1) Characters shot only suffer from a headache and sooty face. (2) - Bugs Bunny Any villain can always find a first rate suppressed revolver when needed. When the "walking claymores" explode, you still have time to duck before the steel balls reach you. - Swordfish. [b]FIREARMS EDUCATION BY CARTOONS KILLS CHILDREN![/B]
Link Posted: 10/7/2002 4:46:58 PM EDT
A single 5.56 round will penetrate an engine block, and instantly disable a vehicle. (BlackHawk Down)
Link Posted: 10/8/2002 7:35:05 PM EDT
A single claymore placed facing a building will completely obliterate it in a huge fire ball.(Commando) Guns shoot "harder" when you jab them forward as you pull the trigger. You never rack the slide until you are face to face with the enemy and want to intimidate him.
Link Posted: 10/8/2002 8:34:29 PM EDT
Hey... dont forget pulp fiction and vincent vega (john travolta) blowing the guys head off on accident. "You hit a bump!" ahhh... man, that whole scene cracks me up.
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