Discussion in 'On Topic' started by McCroskey, Dec 15, 2007.
yes zombie time
I have the original eekit sticker on the buttstock for my AR-15
I hope you have more than one mag for when the zombies come.
No shit dude... I watched I am Legend last night and it was all I could do to keep from going home and putting on a chest rig
On another note. I need to build another AR. I'm thinking lightweight, 14.7" carbine with ACOG.
where did you get that sticker! That is awesome!
10 loaded mags I think, not including pistol and rimfire calibers.
Then there's the 200rd battlepack of 308 + a few boxes of various 308 types
for the savage.
i felt the same way after i saw it. i was like "fuck this"
He ditched his gun atleast once after running through ONE mag. Come on man, take a couple with you, no sense in carrying only 30 rounds with you if there's hundreds of infected roaming around.
when he dropped the gun i was like "what, no stash of mags?"
No Pmag no care
I wouldn't put a sticker on one of my PMags....plus it wouldn't stick very
How do you activate your white light?
What optic and mount is that?
And I've been wondering, what are those little cylinders on the top/side of some optics? They look like they've got rubber caps on them. Lazerbeams?
On an Aimpoint the top horizontal cylinder is the battery compartment. The one of the top and side that look the same are the caps that cover the sighting adjustment screws.
Are you left handed?
that one mag was never ending..than he just ditched the gun...he had that whole cabinet with like 5 extra AR's too, but never had backup mags on him WTF?
There was a 249 in that cabinet... shoulda grabbed that. Or spent the night in one of those APCs he drove by in the beginning of the movie.
I don't get why when the zombie broke glass he didn't toss the nade than hide w/ the bitchy latino.
And he left his handgun in the truck! He took a lot of unnecessary risks. At the start when he was going to shoot out of his window while driving I was just like he's the only one left in the city who's going to help him when he crashes or shoots himself.