underwater gunshot. Here is the sorce www.youtube.com/watch?v=OubvTOHWTms.. That looks awesome underwater gunshot Here is the sorce www youtube com/watch?v=OubvTOHWTms That looks awesome
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #7 - corkyobject
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(07/23/2013) [-]
Well can you fire a gun in space?
User avatar #20 to #7 - Onemanretardpack
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Yes, they'd function fine. You wouldn't, however. The force would send you spinning. The gun would actually jam a lot if it was an auto, because a lot of the recoil would be absorbed by your body being sent spinning instead of into the slide
User avatar #31 to #20 - nalapsi
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It would probably jam less tbh
User avatar #32 to #31 - Onemanretardpack
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No, it'd jam a lot. Less than being under water for sure, but unless you could brace yourself against something and put some force behind your wrist, you'd "limp wrist" it and it'd jam
User avatar #33 to #32 - nalapsi
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Being devoid of gravity or atmosphere wouldn't make you limp wrist it anymore regardless of being pushed against something or not, limp writing is all a matter of grip not environmental factors the only way the gun would jam more is if you lubricated using a liquid lubricant instead of a powder as the liquid would boil away in space.
User avatar #34 to #33 - Onemanretardpack
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Put metal pole through the trigger guard of a gun, and a string on the trigger. Then pull the string. What happens? It jams, because the recoil is sent backwards instead of into the slide. Same thing happens in space. You can't support your wrist and keep yourself from spinning? Jam
User avatar #35 to #34 - nalapsi
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Do you have muscles in your arm or not? If the answer is no then please leave, if yes then use them to support your bloody wrist!!
User avatar #36 to #35 - Onemanretardpack
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It's kinda hard to support anything when the recoil travels through your body and sends you spinning. It isn't about grip. I only brought up limpwristing because it's the closest thing to what I'm trying to explain
User avatar #37 to #36 - nalapsi
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Where does the recoil normally travel? Through an Einstein-Rosenberg bridge?
User avatar #38 to #37 - Onemanretardpack
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I'm really starting to think you're semi-retarded. Not retarded enough to sit in a wheelchair and drool all day, but not normal enough to give real scissors to. It's a ZERO GRAVITY environment. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction, so unless you can throw your body forwards at several thousand feet per second, you keep yourself from spinning or the gun from jamming
User avatar #40 to #38 - nalapsi
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If you can keep the gun held in position in your hands even whilst spinning there isn't even a chance of it jamming, and I think you are the semi retarded one for not listening to basic reason and carrying on arguing the same point even though there is a hundred and one cases against it! Yes you would possibly be fired backwards but not at thousands of feet per second due to the force exerted on your body from the gunshot, it's like rolling a marble into a bowling ball, that bowling ball will hardly move, roll the same marble into another marble that second marble will move at a similar speed to the first marble. When you have a physics degree and understand basic common sense please comment again.
User avatar #39 to #38 - Onemanretardpack
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*you can't keep yourself from spinning or the gun from jamming
User avatar #15 to #7 - deathhardiv
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If it was gas operated, it would only work once, I believe.
#22 to #7 - lordofgoats
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Exactly what everyone else said, but because everything has an equal but opposite reaction it would send you in the opposite direction forever (theoretically) until you were acted upon by an outside force, like an asteroid or another planet, and the bullet would do the same thing.   
   
Here, have the Corgi .gif
Exactly what everyone else said, but because everything has an equal but opposite reaction it would send you in the opposite direction forever (theoretically) until you were acted upon by an outside force, like an asteroid or another planet, and the bullet would do the same thing.

Here, have the Corgi .gif
#27 to #22 - jsprmp
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That's assuming there are no forces in space, which is wrong. You are theoretically speaking, under the affects of gravity unless you are an infinite distance from any significant mass. not to mention solar winds, particles and dust ect....
#41 to #27 - lordofgoats
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I guess i should have mentioned that i was speaking if there  was no forces in space, and you were away from any gravitational field/force. Thank you for correcting me.   
   
Here you go, have this .gif of a twerking cat
I guess i should have mentioned that i was speaking if there was no forces in space, and you were away from any gravitational field/force. Thank you for correcting me.

Here you go, have this .gif of a twerking cat
User avatar #8 to #7 - nalapsi
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yes and theoretically it would carry on until it hit something be it an asteroid or ET.
#28 to #8 - inediblefetus
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how though? would the primer in the bullet still combust without oxygen?
User avatar #30 to #28 - nalapsi
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Modern bullets contain oxidisers, which is why they can fire underwater,
#9 to #8 - deddead
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no oxygen for the gunpowder and primer to burn
User avatar #14 to #9 - OperationValkyrie
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Modern bullets contain oxidizers so yeah, modern guns would work in space.
#18 to #14 - deddead
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shh... don't tell people that
we wont get lasers for space like all the movies say we will
User avatar #23 to #14 - tikledpikle
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i saw something one time that said because of the extreme cold in space, i regular gun would freeze, and if you were within the suns warmth, it would heat it up to extreme tempetures.
User avatar #29 to #23 - nalapsi
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It takes a while for things to cool down in space, it's a vacuum heat doesn't get transferred that easily
User avatar #10 to #9 - reican
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combine with a small oxygen cylinder inside each shell so that when fired the cylinder will break, oxygen mixes in with gunpowder.

wonder if that'll work
#11 to #10 - deddead
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rail/Gauss guns would work in space!
that's what we could use!
User avatar #12 to #11 - reican
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like high velocity particle beam guns?
#13 to #12 - deddead
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4 stage Gauss Rifle (coolest homemade Coilgun so far?)
#2 - crazymero
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That looks awesome
That looks awesome
#19 - darthmaulman
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ffffffffiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiissssssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
#25 - snerus
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#16 - royoten
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#24 - braedenclarkejanze
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(07/24/2013) [-]
Cool now try it with this
User avatar #17 - amplifythat
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When the blast is right before it's largest, the one closest to his hand looks like a hedgehog......
User avatar #4 - mads
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The best thing is that the water above the shot gets pushed up and then pulled down, although nothing actually touches it.
User avatar #5 to #4 - shumdek
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(07/23/2013) [-]
The water being pushed away by the blast of the gun being fired does. Just not able to see it.
User avatar #6 to #5 - mads
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I know but it looks cool becuase it is just a tiny circle of water
User avatar #3 - lothet
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PEEWWWWWWWWWWblrlgrlblgbllrglghhvhklbhklh clang.
#1 - druck
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(07/23/2013) [-]
That's actually pretty damn cool. Image related.
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