Discussion in 'On Topic' started by hsmith, Jun 16, 2009.
the worst part about being banned is reading BARFCOM for 5 days
Calling The Almighty, who I work with, the nword
called someone a person of the negro community I reckon
which is ironic since you're such a
Hey guys, so I took my AR out of the safe today (I know, first mistake) and I managed to put a little scratch on my $50000 Magpul lower. You can't really see it without a magnifying glass, but I still know it's there. Where can I buy a new Magpul lower to replace the one I've destroyed?
My AR makes a sproing noise when I shoot it and there are marks on my brass deflector.
I can't help you with whether that noise is normal or not. Or the brass thing. I have never actually fired any of my 13 ARs. When the S does HTF though, I'll be ready, I've stockpiled 1,000,000 rounds of 5.56. I've also watched the Magpul videos like 35 times.
ive actually seen both of those threads on that horrid website
I kind of want to get an MPLA lower but it will have to wait
I really dont get the "operators" over at barfcom. They are assholes in a bad way.
This place is full of assholes but they are fun knowledgeable assholes.
Would actually be kinda spiffy if there was a manufacture that made lowers with ambi bolt catch and mag releases that wasn't worth 10000000000 operator points.
My favorite are the people who freak thinking the cases have removed the "finish" and that their aluminum receiver is rusting.
it was a while ago (and before i got banned)
Spend a few days browsing there. You're bound to see both of those.
LOL, i've been there for 5 years now.
There are lots of really smart and knowledgable people there... but they hardly ever bother posting.
The tidal wave of bullshit is too large for people to hold back, so why bother.
Pretty soon you learn to pick out who actually knows what they are talking about. If there was any place where you needed to capable of punching people through the internet, it would be the Arfcom technical forums.
Some times I wish I could make people do my job modding OT for a week so they can see what it's like to be on the other side of things. It would make people realize that one person's perception of a situation is not always the same as someone else's perception of a situation, and that enforcing rules consistently, with an even hand, is a bitch.
Why even take on the responsibility? I'd rather have a life outdoors than sitting behind a PC in my mothers basement all day and night making sure people don't say the big bad N word lol. They pay you for this shit at least?
*insert funny and/or demeaning comment here*
I don't dedicate that much time to modding, honestly. It's just an extra awareness that I take on when I'm browsing OT.
situational awareness online
I just turn it on and off like a switch. I don't really know how else to describe it, but I don't do it at other forums where I'm just a user.
ballin outta control son
ya, what do you think subs go towards
OT is a business, why would anyone volunteer to do that