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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#11 - blasthardcheese
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Some years later...
#19 to #11 - cptmctavish
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Y U NO HD?!!
#20 to #19 - darkdanger
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Here. Bigger scale.
User avatar #24 to #20 - jubnik
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ZIP UP YOUR DAMN BOOTS
User avatar #58 to #20 - landartheconqueror
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thaaaank you
User avatar #21 to #20 - cptmctavish
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Thats more like it
#176 to #11 - niggastolemyname
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but her hair is red
but her hair is red
#16 to #11 - thepollock
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Gurren Lagann you say?
#4 - feffog
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empty clip, unloaded chamber, safety on, you dont get that sort of demon face-eraser for being an incompetent moron
#122 to #4 - hexadecimated
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>clip
Get out.
#43 to #4 - jaergerjaquez **User deleted account**
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#55 to #43 - anon id: 2b1e9c23
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pass me a clip man my silenced attack rifle needs to blast
#162 to #4 - alljewsmustdie
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May I ask how you know that the chamber and "clip" is empty?
User avatar #6 to #4 - thathorse
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Clip..... For some reason that irritates the **** out of me
#8 to #6 - feffog
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there are reasons i dont own guns of that caliber,

im one of the aforementioned people who dont own demon face erasers
User avatar #7 to #4 - tankeruber
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So close, yet so far.
User avatar #29 to #4 - therealtjthemedic
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>clip
>clip
>clip
#31 to #29 - feffog
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#12 - niggershits
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That's an ak47 right?
#13 to #12 - anon id: 565a70d8
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Pretty sure its a glock
User avatar #15 to #13 - Einsty
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That's a nugget.
#17 to #15 - gtfomylawnbish
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Why the **** are you guys talking about motorcycles?
User avatar #90 to #17 - zzforrest
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Are you kidding? That's a PT Cruiser!
User avatar #159 to #90 - thejusticar
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are you stupid that is totally a voltswagon bug dude
#157 to #12 - anon id: d4a352f9
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**** off it's a sniper
uneducated little ****
#192 to #157 - strangesir
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Looks like anon missed the joke.
Looks like anon missed the joke.
#218 to #192 - anon id: d4a352f9
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looks like **** you
#221 to #218 - strangesir
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"looks like **** you"   
   
Goddamn, that's a golden ******* line right there, instant classic.
"looks like **** you"

Goddamn, that's a golden ******* line right there, instant classic.
User avatar #61 to #12 - dajokaman
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nah man thats obviously a hand grenade.
#83 to #12 - jestersjoke
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Are you retarded? That's clearly an Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle.
Hope she doesn't shoot her eye out.
User avatar #53 - recoveryone
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>firm grip on weapon
>pointed in a safe direction(well, maybe not for some unfortunate bird or pilot coming in for a landing)
>finger off the trigger

She practices very good firearm safety if nothing else.
User avatar #54 to #53 - GeneralLeeInsane
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5-year old girl is safer with one of the most powerful rifles in the world, than most people are with a goddamn car.
#26 - anon id: 7d338fd6
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I wish that gun was my cock.
#44 to #26 - lolstardom
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A little girl holding it.....
User avatar #49 to #44 - ProWig
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I think you knew where he was going with that sentence.
#97 to #26 - anon id: ba3ce0f2
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So big no girl would want to have sex with you. Enjoy!
#51 to #26 - willindor
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Comment Picture
User avatar #148 to #51 - kristovsky
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[offers you a seat right over there internally]
#39 - hitbyadriveby
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She is hugging the wings of freedom.
#118 to #39 - anon id: 7778f8b3
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Image her with the freedom of a kinder egg,,, ou
#190 to #39 - anon id: a14ff16f
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#25 - beerholder
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wait... I don't know much about american legislation, but you can actually own that in America? It's a .50 caliber rifle that has an effective range of 1800 meters. I don't want to sound like a detractor for gun ownership, but that weapon has no real use in real life even if you have hunting in mind. Shoot me down, but if you really do have hunting in mind, you have a very very small dick. It's pretty much like owning a hummer.
#27 to #25 - anon id: 7d338fd6
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You realize some people enjoy sport shooting right? Faggot yuropoors can't afford fun, it's okay I understand.
#28 to #27 - beerholder
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nah, I just don't really care about guns. But that weapon seems like a masturbation of weaponry, and while I would admire its effectiveness in warfare, I don't really see its role in civil use.
#41 to #28 - anon id: e894931e
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a masturbation of weaponry? you could compare that to a lot of things. expensive cars. high-end computers. all are 'not needed' but are for sport/fun. there's no harm in it. saying someone is going to go hurt someone with an M82 is highly unlikely.
#57 to #41 - shadowgandalf
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I think he want's to get to the point, that the thing, is so ridiculously powerfull, that giving it to the masses, is incredibly dangerous for everyone.

Say a person who owns that thing and 50 rounds, get a mental breakdown.

If he just take it with him untop of a roof, a click or so away from a large park or twosquare.... Now you got atleast 50 dead people, maybe more if he get's multi-kills.
User avatar #66 to #57 - puttbenis
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This comment was so CoD, I am now 12 again. You think this weapon is too dangerous for civ ownership? You do realize weighing in at close to 40 lbs, and almost 6ft in length transporting something this large onto a roof in public would be almost impossible. Now, I am going to blow your mind, those "hunting rifles" would be infinitely more dangerous in this situation, as time and time again show people with bolt action rifles shoot people from the roofs. You are an uneducated ****, who I doubt has ever fired a firearm, you have no respect for firearms, and overall part of the degradation of freedoms that this country faces.
#73 to #66 - shadowgandalf
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A. I was giving my thoughts on what "Beerholder" 's point was, i was not giving my own openion.
B. why would it be hard? Dissemble it and put it in a suitcase? It's not like every single building have metal dectetors, or even standard security.
C. Maybe the reason why most people use hunting rifles, is that they are easier to get, and way, way cheaper.
D. I have a Military education(Tank engineer).
E. I live in Denmark. In the danish military, everyone starts with atleast 3 months of general field training. This includes all foot-soldier firearms.
F. Having been in the military, i have a Huge respect for firearms, as i understand, that they are made for one thing only. Killing, as efficiently and effortlessly as possible.
G. Stop thinking that everone on the internet is american, you sheltered imbecile.


#74 to #73 - shadowgandalf
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Meant "Tank Technician".
User avatar #30 to #25 - fitchy
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you can own it, but it is a VERY long process to get. You have to have special licenses and a certification for a course on the proper use and safety of high caliber weapons. It's honestly almost not worth it in the end due to the immense cost of obtaining the licensing and the gun itself which can run upwards of 10k I believe.
User avatar #59 to #30 - puttbenis
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In my sort of glorious state, you walk into a gun shop. Hand the man $8,000, run a background check, and leave with your new .50 cal.
User avatar #106 to #59 - fitchy
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even in the glorious south, you need special licensing for anything of that caliber. It's unfortunate but it's federal law, not state law.
User avatar #179 to #106 - puttbenis
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Please link me to this "federal law" that limits caliber of rifle ammunition. I will save you the trouble, it doesn't exist.
User avatar #212 to #179 - fitchy
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well no need to be snippy, I'm almost positive it does, however I'll admit I've been wrong before. let me do the ol' research.
#96 to #30 - qwermy
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In freaking New Jersey, you can get one with a basic firearms permit at age 18, assuming you can afford one.

Hey, it isn't practical, but if you spend that kind of cash on a gun (just like machine guns, which legally cost about $10-15k apiece), you're not going to use it for anything illegal.
User avatar #105 to #96 - fitchy
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no you can't haha, by federal law you need special licensing that takes forever.
#202 to #96 - trolllikeabitch
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you need a federal liscense to own anything fully automatic and it is almost impossible to get your hands on a .50. The amount of paperwork is ******* horrendous .
#228 to #202 - qwermy
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actually, a rifle is a rifle unless it is automatic or LARGER than .50. This excludes California, New York, Massachusetts,and I think Connecticut, but surprisingly not NJ. I still need paperwork for a rifle, but legally, a .50 is no more paperwork than a .22.
#35 to #30 - beerholder
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as it should. I don't know much about guns in the US, but you should have a test taken once a year every year. Both physical and psychological. Like a regular technical inspection that you have on your car. you do have mandatory regular technical inspections on cars, right?
User avatar #52 to #35 - Jewssassin
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U.S. based Toyota technician here.

Most states one a check up, or State Inspection, that must be done every so often. My state, Maryland, is unique in the fact that you only have to get the car inspected when you purchase it, but it is an extremely rigorous inspection compared to other states.
Luckily it is common practice for all dealerships to inspect very car that comes through the door. If the owner wants to buy any of the work is entirely up to them, but we do have the right to withhold people from getting their car back if it is too unsafe to drive. Its not a right we often take advantage of because that makes people awfully angry.
#46 to #35 - machinedoll
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Nope
#229 to #35 - qwermy
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Not a bad idea in theory, but do you know how much that would cost? There are already background checks run every gun purchase. If you tested owners yearly, you would need to pay for it with taxes. That would either be passed on to the owners (making it impossible for the non-wealthy to buy guns and defend themselves), or onto everyone (and if people religiously object to paying for contraception and peoples decision to copulate, do you think nobody would complain about paying for peoples decisions to purchase weapons?)
#230 to #229 - beerholder
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then how do you regulate the traffic? If someone dies what happens to its guns?
#231 to #230 - qwermy
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The background checks at sales reduce trafficking, though someone could just break that law, just as they could illegally buy a gun off the black market in the first place. When someone dies, another person legally allowed to own a gun inherits them, and if the beneficiary of a will is not legally allowed, the police hold them either until they get a license or they can be sold off legally. That's how it works in my state anyway.
User avatar #152 to #25 - validandclear
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Neither air-soft or paintball guns have any practical use, but its fun as ****. Why can't people buy **** they want? Maybe he wants to take out some trees? Its not practical to feed cows all ******* year long to eat them, so why don't u eat a ******* turnip and stop drinking beer.
User avatar #168 to #25 - heartlessrobot
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What if they want to hunt a moose or something big like that?
User avatar #169 to #25 - defender
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Yes you can own one. Most of the big gun stores have at least one in stock but they run up to 5000 dollars or more and rounds are like 10 dollars a piece. There are also taxes you have to pay and special paper work to be filed with the ATF.
#197 to #25 - trolllikeabitch
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it is EXTERMELY difficult to be able to legally own one of these.
#82 to #25 - arkfire
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The point of the Second Amendment is to protect us from the government, not hunting.
User avatar #68 to #25 - icedmantwo
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>Guns can only be used for hunting or murdering people
maybe somebody with a pile of cash wants to put really expensive holes in targets
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User avatar #62 to #25 - puttbenis
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This is the kind of **** that is cause the degradation of shooting, and making our freedoms just small fragments of what they used to be. Do you think an average citizen would be able to shoot 1800m? Do you know the amount of math, that goes into calculating shooting at that distance? People are afraid of this weapon because it is large, and shoots a larger caliber? It functions the same as many small arm rifles. "You have a small dick if you own this hurr durr hurr durr hurr." This is nothing more than a gimmick for the average citizen with very large pockets. It is a range toy, because that gun weighs a **** ton, is not easily transportable, and the only people who would be able to use it for it's intended purposes are in the military.
User avatar #32 to #25 - ncrr
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Name a crime committed with a .50BMG.
#33 to #32 - beerholder
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just a quick google. But criminality is not my point. I don't live in the US and frankly I don't really care how those fellas kill each other. I just don't really see the tangible equitable use of that weapon. My internal reasoning is that you can only use it for hunting. And shooting a deer 1km away makes it kind of a cheat hunt.


www.vpc.org/snipercrime.htm
User avatar #36 to #33 - ncrr
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Engaging soft bodied targets at around 2km. Engaging light armored vehicles at a range of say 1000+m. That's the general use of a M82.
#99 to #36 - firesky
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You do that often as a private person in Murica?
User avatar #100 to #99 - ncrr
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Well, it depends on the day of the week. But, sometimes, yes.

Be less afraid of weapons and be more afraid of governments.
#109 to #100 - firesky
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I have no problems with weapons. Worked with a Steyr AUG and a MG74 during my military service and am thinking of getting a Glock 17 or a MP-446 Viking for sports shooting in a few years.

In Austria we are allowed to own up to two handguns under certain conditions (safe to lock the gun away, psychological test, test of the right handling of a gun, reason for posession like defending your home) as long as you don't cary them with you (therefore you need a other licence with a reason like a job as a taxi driver) and transport them in a locked case seperated from ammunition.

I just don't understand why a private person should be allowed to own such a monster. I guess the owner is a collector and therefore it's a nice piece to have but it has no real practical use. The same stands for automatic ones.
User avatar #113 to #109 - ncrr
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I prefer the M4 to an AUG just because of balance.

Responsible behavior cannot be instated by legislation. It is in the hands of private citizens. This is psychological law. You can't change that. Weapons, vehicles, sex, the are all under the disipline of the user, not the government or their superiors.
#114 to #113 - firesky
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Never worked with a M4.
But I also didn't really like the AUG. But maybe that was because it was an older one and therefore wasn't in the best condition (After finishing your service you give your weapon back, it get's checked and the next recruit get's it)

I think we are at cross-purposes. I see the use for owning a weapon. I just don't see the use in owning a weapon which was invented for military conditions.
User avatar #115 to #114 - ncrr
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The M4 and M16A2/A4 are well balance weapons. I was issued the M16A2 for basic and M4 on the test range.

A lot of Americans don't like the idea of trusting the government in saying what we can and cannot have. (Drugs, sex, abortions, etc.) I personally am I off them, but I believe in responsible weapon use. Train people how to uses weapons safely, not be afraid of them, no matter what the size. Glock, M1911, M4, Winchester Model 70, M60, M82, M2HB. An educated society is a strong society.
#117 to #115 - firesky
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Of course. I just don't see the intention in owning such a caliber(and spending that much money).

I guess if someone spends more money to "upgrade" his car than what it is worth, there are also some maniacs that would love to own such a thing. Still, I don't think it's the best idea to sell them.
User avatar #119 to #117 - ncrr
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For ******* $8,000, I'd prefer to have a Garand and the ammunition that $1,200 can buy. Then I could pay for an engagment ring with the rest for a girlfriend that doesn't exist.
User avatar #103 to #33 - smithforprez
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anyone who can hit a deer a km off is likely to have many years of experience shooting and hunting, even hitting the side of a barn a km off is difficult. how is it cheating? the rifle wont make your aim steadier or your perception sharper.
#146 to #32 - skumbaner
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User avatar #42 to #32 - thismustbeseen
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assassinations?
#198 to #42 - trolllikeabitch
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never happened, bud.
User avatar #205 to #198 - thismustbeseen
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www.vpc.org/snipercrime.htm

... I didn't have to look far
#220 to #205 - trolllikeabitch
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Most of these are either threats or illegal firearms. only two of these crimes were done with registered, legal firearms.
User avatar #226 to #220 - thismustbeseen
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so what?
#227 to #226 - trolllikeabitch
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wow your an idiot.
User avatar #63 - icedmantwo
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GODAMMIT WHY DOES THAT KID HAVE A RIFLE that expensive like seriously she might scratch accidentally or something
#9 - thelizardlord
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All I see is revenge. WHO'S GETTING ****** NOW MR DEATHCLAW?
User avatar #22 to #9 - youhei
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only pansies use teh anti-materiel rifle

i use a laser rifle
User avatar #131 to #22 - traks
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Do you even Love & Hate?
User avatar #40 to #22 - roflstorm
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I use Annabelle
User avatar #34 to #22 - falloutplayer
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bro do you even switchblade?
User avatar #23 to #22 - thelizardlord
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Well, you are a trooper.
#1 - Nahyon
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yay
User avatar #91 to #1 - zzforrest
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>Gun held properly
>Finger not on the trigger
As far as I can tell, at least she's using proper gun etiquette.