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JLT

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Date Signed Up:8/09/2010
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#59 - bigger version of your other one 01/26/2013 on When I go for the first kiss +16
#53 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 01/26/2013 on When I go for the first kiss +27
#54 - andypanda (01/26/2013) [-]
haahaha
#59 - JLT (01/26/2013) [-]
bigger version of your other one
#11 - **JLT rolled a random image posted in +Anime/411#411">commen… 01/13/2013 on huehuehue +1
#12 - **JLT rolled a random image posted in comment #2417083 at … 01/12/2013 on Lesbos +1
#794 - you are an idiot i'm 18 and been serving in the Canadian forc…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/04/2013 on father of the year nominated +1
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#800 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
Good for you. I appreciate your service. This does not, however detract from the fact that you're spouting out your ass about modifying a civilian fire arm by 'filing it down' parts need to be added you nincompoop, not taken away. (well, I take that back partially, some parts need to be replaced entirely, and some need to be altered) The reason I say parts is because the entire firing group needs to be shifted around to accommodate for the changes made. It's not easy, otherwise the entire civilian world would have a fully automatic AR. I am at this very moment finished with this conversation. I did not thumb you down by the way. That would the the other people floating about.
#780 - Well first do you know what the sear even does on an AR? I wil…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/04/2013 on father of the year nominated 0
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#799 - volleys (01/04/2013) [-]
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#785 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
I could have copped and pasted that as well. Show me a picture of a sear from the C7, witch is the M4, made by a different company, and circle the parts that need to be altered. Until you manage to do this I maintain that you're a per-pubescant wannabe gun nut living in Canada.
#794 - JLT (01/04/2013) [-]
you are an idiot i'm 18 and been serving in the Canadian forces for 2 years. unlike 80% of funnyjunk i've fired a C7 stripped it the works. i don't need to copy and paste anything. btw it is not "parts" the sear is a part of the firing mech.
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#800 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
Good for you. I appreciate your service. This does not, however detract from the fact that you're spouting out your ass about modifying a civilian fire arm by 'filing it down' parts need to be added you nincompoop, not taken away. (well, I take that back partially, some parts need to be replaced entirely, and some need to be altered) The reason I say parts is because the entire firing group needs to be shifted around to accommodate for the changes made. It's not easy, otherwise the entire civilian world would have a fully automatic AR. I am at this very moment finished with this conversation. I did not thumb you down by the way. That would the the other people floating about.
#768 - i'm sorry how?  [+] (6 new replies) 01/04/2013 on father of the year nominated 0
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#770 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
Show me a picture of the sear in an AR, then circle the places that need to be altered. If you get this question right, I'll retract my comment.
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#780 - JLT (01/04/2013) [-]
Well first do you know what the sear even does on an AR? I will use the C7 for my example because that's the rifle I know the most about. The sear when set to Repetition prevents the bolt from sliding all the way back into the cocked position until the firer releases the trigger. when set to full auto the bolt is free to slide back and forth until all rounds are expended from the mag. the reason is because in full auto the sear lays flat and will not catch the bolt. therefore if you detail strip your weapon and file down the sear it will not stop the bolt..
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#799 - volleys (01/04/2013) [-]
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#785 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
I could have copped and pasted that as well. Show me a picture of a sear from the C7, witch is the M4, made by a different company, and circle the parts that need to be altered. Until you manage to do this I maintain that you're a per-pubescant wannabe gun nut living in Canada.
#794 - JLT (01/04/2013) [-]
you are an idiot i'm 18 and been serving in the Canadian forces for 2 years. unlike 80% of funnyjunk i've fired a C7 stripped it the works. i don't need to copy and paste anything. btw it is not "parts" the sear is a part of the firing mech.
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#800 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
Good for you. I appreciate your service. This does not, however detract from the fact that you're spouting out your ass about modifying a civilian fire arm by 'filing it down' parts need to be added you nincompoop, not taken away. (well, I take that back partially, some parts need to be replaced entirely, and some need to be altered) The reason I say parts is because the entire firing group needs to be shifted around to accommodate for the changes made. It's not easy, otherwise the entire civilian world would have a fully automatic AR. I am at this very moment finished with this conversation. I did not thumb you down by the way. That would the the other people floating about.
#739 - Lol it is really easy to make semi-auto firearms automatic. al…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/04/2013 on father of the year nominated -3
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#767 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
You're a moron.
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#768 - JLT (01/04/2013) [-]
i'm sorry how?
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#770 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
Show me a picture of the sear in an AR, then circle the places that need to be altered. If you get this question right, I'll retract my comment.
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#780 - JLT (01/04/2013) [-]
Well first do you know what the sear even does on an AR? I will use the C7 for my example because that's the rifle I know the most about. The sear when set to Repetition prevents the bolt from sliding all the way back into the cocked position until the firer releases the trigger. when set to full auto the bolt is free to slide back and forth until all rounds are expended from the mag. the reason is because in full auto the sear lays flat and will not catch the bolt. therefore if you detail strip your weapon and file down the sear it will not stop the bolt..
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#799 - volleys (01/04/2013) [-]
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#785 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
I could have copped and pasted that as well. Show me a picture of a sear from the C7, witch is the M4, made by a different company, and circle the parts that need to be altered. Until you manage to do this I maintain that you're a per-pubescant wannabe gun nut living in Canada.
#794 - JLT (01/04/2013) [-]
you are an idiot i'm 18 and been serving in the Canadian forces for 2 years. unlike 80% of funnyjunk i've fired a C7 stripped it the works. i don't need to copy and paste anything. btw it is not "parts" the sear is a part of the firing mech.
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#800 - thelastamerican (01/04/2013) [-]
Good for you. I appreciate your service. This does not, however detract from the fact that you're spouting out your ass about modifying a civilian fire arm by 'filing it down' parts need to be added you nincompoop, not taken away. (well, I take that back partially, some parts need to be replaced entirely, and some need to be altered) The reason I say parts is because the entire firing group needs to be shifted around to accommodate for the changes made. It's not easy, otherwise the entire civilian world would have a fully automatic AR. I am at this very moment finished with this conversation. I did not thumb you down by the way. That would the the other people floating about.
#16 - I want to learn Arabic but it seems like a really hard languag…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/01/2013 on support coca cola +1
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#38 - radtroll (01/01/2013) [-]
well Arabic isn't that hard, but the problem is the we have letters you can't pronounce, unlike when Arabs learn a new language, they can pronounce everything just have to learn the vocabulary.
try to say these :
ض ظ خ ع غ
use google translate to hear it and get an idea how hard is it
#80 - I misread the last comment. but I'm talking about people who w… 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... 0