JoergS wrote:Realistically, I think I can launch a nine pound chain saw at 50 fps from a shoulder mounted rubber powered bazooka...
squinty wrote:I reserve the right to yell "Dookyhole!" - or it's Hebrew equivalent if such a thing exists - whilst dispensing a barrage of palm strikes at my opponent.
KentsOkay wrote:Love how a thread on hiking somehow ends up with twisted balls and lubricating your body in animal grease.
aus.templar wrote:this thread keeps getting worse... or better, I'm not quite sure
Jeriah wrote:I think we're all pretty much just bullshitting here, which is what the Internet is for. Besides porn.
jamoni wrote:Any youth model .22 rifle should do fine.
My Sig functions on Teutonic Gnome Magic, thank you very much.
Dave_M wrote:Ruger MkI/II/III would be a good handgun to start with.
Rev wrote:I have a coworker who is 4ft 5 and is interested in learning about firearms...She's a little frightened of firearms but she understands that her fear is illogical and as a responsible adult she should have at least a working knowledge. Her husband would like for her to be able to use one for self defense within the home and she's also interested for the same reason.
armydawg11b wrote:Ok guys, he mentioned "carrying for self defense." I dont think this little lady is going to be slinging a .22 rifle of any sort on a daily basis, and if you advised him to tell her to start with a .22 rifle for home defense, you should jump in front of the next huge face moving BOV you see! <snip> By all means get her a rifle, yes a smaller .22, to teach her the basic fundamentals of marksmanship. Do not let her think its all she needs for self defense. good luck man.
Rev wrote:Been trying to find a decent instructor set up in our part of Ohio since she's told me she'd feel more comfortable learning about firearms in a group/classroom setting.
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