Discussion in 'On Topic' started by cheesesauce, Feb 14, 2008.
the warning message is great
Damn. I want an SBR.
Freakin win right thar!
I want that g36 with the beta-c mag
i'll bet that M14 is a fucking beast
when i see the .223 rounds pouring out the side i can't help to think about the amount of money being burnt up there
You fags...there was a hot chick with a SMG and all you was the blaster..
Badass!!! Lot of lead downrange FTW!
Is that their recruiting video?
meh...this is waaaay better. a lil thick, but not too bad
That looked like fun.
I really like the P90
She has nice cans tho .
at 80 year old woman shooting
watching the rounds disappear from the p90 mag looks satisfying
what a great way to burn some cash.
I wish I could do that without sending myself into bankruptcy
people bitch about FA costing $10's of thousands, but in reality, you have to have money to even be able to shoot them on somewhat of a constant basis
so the high cost of entry really doesn't matter
Seeing a real MP5 going full-auto is absolutely magical.
That was great!
yea, it gave me a semi.
Had it been a UMP I woulda busted, I swear.
Come down to Florida... Our local range will rent you one for $30. You pay them $30 they hand you the gun and say have fun. Only downside is you need to use their ammo, which is more expensive but not rediculous. If you've never shot a full auto, you should give it a try, it's fun
yea, I did it outside vegas... Did an AR and a MP5. It was cool, and I'm glad I tried it... But after a couple mags of each it asserted how much better semi-auto is on accuracy, and my wallet.
It's kinda funny that people want full-auto for SHTF situations. I mean I'd love for it to be legal, too... but I can't imagine using it outside an occassional "fun" trip at the range. I'm the SHTF, then I'm conserving ammo best I can!
Although what you said may sound counter-intuitive, I think it's right. Look at the US army. When full auto was relatively new in a rifle we issued all soldiers full auto rifles. It didn't take too long to see that it's appropriate for some situations but in most cases semi auto is plenty fast and way more accurate.
I obviously work for the wrong fucking company