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Machine guns video

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Cybermyk, 16 Feb 2006.

  1. Cybermyk

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    Saw this posted on another forum. It's quite a large file but worth a look :)


    Knob Creek
     
  2. jegz

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    Hmmm.....that video is a little worrying.

    Rednecks tbh!:D
     
  3. Andelusion

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    lol Knob creek.

    Not as bad as Wet Beaver Creek though :D
     
  4. MATTeL

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    I know I couldn't help but laugh at the name was well.

    I was quite concerned by the market stalls selling all the weaponary and the "beautifully" laid out ammunition. :eek:

    Fully automatic assault rifles and M134 (mini-gun) can be legally owned is another slightly iffy point for me. I mean when are you ever going to need a mini-gun firing 4,000 rounds per minute... even if you like hunting.
     
  5. Andelusion

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    Well obviously when you fancy going commando in Knob Creek.

    *boom-tish!*
     
  6. jegz

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    A minigun could serve a lot of useful purposes.

    -Cutting down trees / general gardening
    -Cutting bits of wood for DIY use
    -turning off electrical appliances.......the list goes on!:rolleyes::D
     
  7. MATTeL

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    Oh of course silly me! ;)

    I suppose you could you it to make a new window or doorway as well, maybe even two or three at the same time! ;)
     
  8. Le_Petit_Lapin

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    Think about it. Who is going to have the balls to nick your T.V. you if you have a minigun hanging up over the fireplace?

    Minigun = Complete Nutter
     
  9. gord

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    Dont let Feek see this.. he'll never get it all off his screen.. :p
     
  10. MATTeL

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    Well he will never get something off his screen... ;)
     
  11. ElectroBlaster

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    Look out the yanks are coming lol..... Knob creek lol

    What about "Gobblers Knob" that was on the hammond show some weeks ago lol
     
  12. gord

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    Poom! is the sound of my subtle joke destroyed... :(
     
  13. Aod

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    is it weird that this video gives me a hadron?

    <edit> i think i saw Piggymon in there too :eek:
     
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  14. Le_Petit_Lapin

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    You produce Hadrons when viewing that video??

    Quick! Someone call CERN! You could save them billions in cash mate.
     
  15. Feek

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    It's downloading, I will report back shortly.

    K.
     
  16. Le_Petit_Lapin

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    No man. You'll be gone for hours when you see that.
     
  17. Feek

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    Heh heh, they're doing practical stuff, but I've never seen poppers with smiley faces on them!

    K.
     
  18. Feek

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    The Jungle Walk is exactly the same discipline I shoot with a shotgun - Shooting metal knock down plates and your score is worked out by the number of plates hit over time. We do get a chance to walk it first to see where they are though and work out a path through and where to reload. Great fun!

    K.
     
  19. Feek

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    And around 13:20 they're doing proper practical shotgun! - And Practical Pistol right after that :)

    I'm booking my flights now :D :D

    K.
     
  20. Andelusion

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    Holy quadruple post batman!

    Sounds like you're a bit excited Feek? :p