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#40 - No, its not talking about the scope zero. Every bullet has a t…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/07/2014 on Fucking Hardscopers +1
#60 - winternetz (05/09/2014) [-]
you can easily change the trajectory. changing the angle of the barrel will do exactly that. every single bullet falls at a rate of 9.8m/s2 no matter what. the only difference is the angle and the velocity.

the point of zeroing a scope is to lign up where you are looking with where the bullet will end up. with most scopes you can adjust where your line of sight intersects the bullets trajectory.

im not saying you're wrong though. every round will have a maximum range that is achieved by firing it at a certain angle (i forget what it is, i think 45 degrees?) guns are not set up like that for a lot of reasons, so the maximum range of the bullet is not an issue.
#39 - Looks like is an SVD type weapon, so it most likely uses 7.62x… 05/07/2014 on Fucking Hardscopers 0
#1 - I hope it comes to that. 05/05/2014 on Die already 0
#53 - At my work, that guy would never live it down. Ever. We saw a … 05/03/2014 on My current state 0
#11 - You a mechanic? I work at a Toyota dealership, and I work with…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/03/2014 on My current state +1
#16 - riddles (05/03/2014) [-]
Dude thats nothing i just finished my course in HD mechanics one of the guys in my class almost slept with a tranny we had an hour of making fun of him during class
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (05/03/2014) [-]
At my work, that guy would never live it down. Ever. We saw a picture of one of our techs in a bed with another guy. They wernt actually do anything gay, but they were basically spooning and we make fun of him because he dresses kinda gay a lot, so he will definitely never live that down.
#24 - anonymous (05/03/2014) [-]
Tranny is a slur. Would you call a gay guy faggot? Or call some random black guy on the street nigger?
#60 - riddles (05/04/2014) [-]
yea what they said i deff would
User avatar #38 - hyeroshi (05/03/2014) [-]
You get bonus points if you call them niggerfaggot.
User avatar #35 - wolfypolli (05/03/2014) [-]
Yes.
#67 - Yeah well opinions are like assholes. Go **** yours. 05/03/2014 on White Space Comp 0
#65 - Why are we still thumbing the stupid posts up?  [+] (2 new replies) 05/03/2014 on White Space Comp -1
User avatar #66 - mikaelkid (05/03/2014) [-]
Hey pal, this post is not stupid
User avatar #67 - Jewssassin (05/03/2014) [-]
Yeah well opinions are like assholes. Go fuck yours.
#320 - Hes saying wtf USA because of the divorce laws. Its supposed t…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/30/2014 on War feels +3
#352 - anonymous (04/30/2014) [-]
That's not true in every case, though. My mom was beaten and abused by her husband and he cheated on her with even my siblings knowing about it and when she finally left him he got everything except custody and had a very tiny child support amount. Certainly not enough to cover three kids.
#37 - But Im only 20.  [+] (1 new reply) 04/29/2014 on (untitled) -1
User avatar #47 - gomugomuno (04/29/2014) [-]
what if you were 20 when you went into the coma and you never grow up like characters in a cartoon
#56 - French maids fighting for the Russians? 04/28/2014 on Maids of Honor 0
#53 - Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was … 04/28/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
#52 - I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer. …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/28/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
#50 - I dont think I know what Spelunking is. Summer here is pretty …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/28/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
User avatar #51 - sweetsighlullaby (04/28/2014) [-]
Spelunking is cave exploring and I love station wagons... favorite car. I want a olive green woody.
#52 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer.
This was my station wagon, Buick Roadmaster. I loved that thing, Im gonna buy another one before I die just because it was so nice to ride in and drive. I had to sell it cause it was getting expensive to own with all the repairs I had to do to it and all the major repairs coming up, so I traded it in on a little blue Toyota Tacoma.
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
#3 - Much sad  [+] (1 new reply) 04/27/2014 on (untitled) +6
User avatar #4 - razerdude (04/27/2014) [-]
you speak true
#1 - Is he kill?  [+] (5 new replies) 04/27/2014 on (untitled) +5
#6 - kingofhazard (04/28/2014) [-]
#5 - hillbillypowpow (04/28/2014) [-]
I'm just gonna pretend he's sleeping.
#2 - razerdude (04/27/2014) [-]
he is exteminate
User avatar #3 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Much sad
User avatar #4 - razerdude (04/27/2014) [-]
you speak true
#4 - My hands arnt like silk, I cannot use. 2/10 04/27/2014 on Butt Worship? 0
#2 - Low speed accident 04/27/2014 on Strongest Tree 0
#43 - Drive all night* 04/27/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
#42 - I live just outside of Baltimore in Maryland, I have movie the…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/27/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
User avatar #47 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'd like that. A lot. Lol, the woods aren't so bad. I do like hiking and adventuring. I climbed to the top of Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks. Plus, the caverns are ridiculous! If you've never been spelunking, you need to go. But at the same time, though hiking is great in the summer, it's so dangerous in the winter. In fact, driving is dangerous in the winter. So imagine not leaving your house or dorm room for two weeks because your door is buried and you're still expected to go to class and work. How about Maryland? Are the summers nice?
User avatar #50 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I dont think I know what Spelunking is. Summer here is pretty good, but can be very unpredictable, the same with spring. Summer starts off mild and very enjoyable but gets very hot and humid around July and August then goes back to being mild. As for spring, from February to March it is 100% unpredictable. We can everything from snow and hail to 75 degree weather in one week, and its like that every week. You really learn how to dress for different weather during spring.

We've gotten some big snow storms, but I've never been snowed in completely. I honestly like to drive in the snow, last winter I had a huge ass station wagon and I did drifts and doughnuts everywhere I went in the snow.

I want to go explore a cave, or go bunjee jumping or mountain climbing, do some real adventurous stuff.
User avatar #51 - sweetsighlullaby (04/28/2014) [-]
Spelunking is cave exploring and I love station wagons... favorite car. I want a olive green woody.
#52 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer.
This was my station wagon, Buick Roadmaster. I loved that thing, Im gonna buy another one before I die just because it was so nice to ride in and drive. I had to sell it cause it was getting expensive to own with all the repairs I had to do to it and all the major repairs coming up, so I traded it in on a little blue Toyota Tacoma.
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
User avatar #43 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Drive all night*
#39 - Well thats depressing. Like really depressing, it cant be that…  [+] (8 new replies) 04/27/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
User avatar #41 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'm not sure. I live with my mum. Only 20 but they aren't too bad, I don't think. I mean, I hike and fish and camp, so that's my entertainment, but you have to leave WV for real fun.
User avatar #42 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
I live just outside of Baltimore in Maryland, I have movie theatres, bowling allys, laser tag places, restaurants and cafes and all that shit. Im not interested. I work, I sleep, I eat, I play video games and I drive west. Last night me and my buddy were out of a cruise and saw the Appalachian mountains and made it our goal to drive over the mountains. We did and we had an adventure, and saw things we didnt think we would see at the beginning of the night. I want to be out in the woods, not bothered by anything unless I wanted them there. I want to shoot all day and drive around in the forests all day for my entertainment.

How about we trade places for a few days?
User avatar #47 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'd like that. A lot. Lol, the woods aren't so bad. I do like hiking and adventuring. I climbed to the top of Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks. Plus, the caverns are ridiculous! If you've never been spelunking, you need to go. But at the same time, though hiking is great in the summer, it's so dangerous in the winter. In fact, driving is dangerous in the winter. So imagine not leaving your house or dorm room for two weeks because your door is buried and you're still expected to go to class and work. How about Maryland? Are the summers nice?
User avatar #50 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I dont think I know what Spelunking is. Summer here is pretty good, but can be very unpredictable, the same with spring. Summer starts off mild and very enjoyable but gets very hot and humid around July and August then goes back to being mild. As for spring, from February to March it is 100% unpredictable. We can everything from snow and hail to 75 degree weather in one week, and its like that every week. You really learn how to dress for different weather during spring.

We've gotten some big snow storms, but I've never been snowed in completely. I honestly like to drive in the snow, last winter I had a huge ass station wagon and I did drifts and doughnuts everywhere I went in the snow.

I want to go explore a cave, or go bunjee jumping or mountain climbing, do some real adventurous stuff.
User avatar #51 - sweetsighlullaby (04/28/2014) [-]
Spelunking is cave exploring and I love station wagons... favorite car. I want a olive green woody.
#52 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer.
This was my station wagon, Buick Roadmaster. I loved that thing, Im gonna buy another one before I die just because it was so nice to ride in and drive. I had to sell it cause it was getting expensive to own with all the repairs I had to do to it and all the major repairs coming up, so I traded it in on a little blue Toyota Tacoma.
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
User avatar #43 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Drive all night*
#37 - Whats wrong with WV? I've been out there a few times and its b…  [+] (10 new replies) 04/27/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
User avatar #38 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
You can't find a job. And a ridiculously high food tax. And there is nothing to do. I've lived in my town since I was in 2nd grade and there are no rollerskating places, no bowling alleys, we have one movie theater (but the screen is broken, so half the picture is flipped), everything stays open for maybe two months then closes. It's dead here. The woods are dead and those born in them are dying too.
User avatar #39 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Well thats depressing. Like really depressing, it cant be that bad. What are property taxes like?
User avatar #41 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'm not sure. I live with my mum. Only 20 but they aren't too bad, I don't think. I mean, I hike and fish and camp, so that's my entertainment, but you have to leave WV for real fun.
User avatar #42 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
I live just outside of Baltimore in Maryland, I have movie theatres, bowling allys, laser tag places, restaurants and cafes and all that shit. Im not interested. I work, I sleep, I eat, I play video games and I drive west. Last night me and my buddy were out of a cruise and saw the Appalachian mountains and made it our goal to drive over the mountains. We did and we had an adventure, and saw things we didnt think we would see at the beginning of the night. I want to be out in the woods, not bothered by anything unless I wanted them there. I want to shoot all day and drive around in the forests all day for my entertainment.

How about we trade places for a few days?
User avatar #47 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'd like that. A lot. Lol, the woods aren't so bad. I do like hiking and adventuring. I climbed to the top of Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks. Plus, the caverns are ridiculous! If you've never been spelunking, you need to go. But at the same time, though hiking is great in the summer, it's so dangerous in the winter. In fact, driving is dangerous in the winter. So imagine not leaving your house or dorm room for two weeks because your door is buried and you're still expected to go to class and work. How about Maryland? Are the summers nice?
User avatar #50 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I dont think I know what Spelunking is. Summer here is pretty good, but can be very unpredictable, the same with spring. Summer starts off mild and very enjoyable but gets very hot and humid around July and August then goes back to being mild. As for spring, from February to March it is 100% unpredictable. We can everything from snow and hail to 75 degree weather in one week, and its like that every week. You really learn how to dress for different weather during spring.

We've gotten some big snow storms, but I've never been snowed in completely. I honestly like to drive in the snow, last winter I had a huge ass station wagon and I did drifts and doughnuts everywhere I went in the snow.

I want to go explore a cave, or go bunjee jumping or mountain climbing, do some real adventurous stuff.
User avatar #51 - sweetsighlullaby (04/28/2014) [-]
Spelunking is cave exploring and I love station wagons... favorite car. I want a olive green woody.
#52 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer.
This was my station wagon, Buick Roadmaster. I loved that thing, Im gonna buy another one before I die just because it was so nice to ride in and drive. I had to sell it cause it was getting expensive to own with all the repairs I had to do to it and all the major repairs coming up, so I traded it in on a little blue Toyota Tacoma.
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
User avatar #43 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Drive all night*
#35 - Nice, WV is one of the states Im considering moving too, Im ti…  [+] (12 new replies) 04/27/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
User avatar #36 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
Lol, don't come to WV. It isnt that great. A .38 is nice, but they are kinda hard to find
User avatar #37 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Whats wrong with WV? I've been out there a few times and its beautiful. Try Armslist.org. Its like craigslist but for guns.
User avatar #38 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
You can't find a job. And a ridiculously high food tax. And there is nothing to do. I've lived in my town since I was in 2nd grade and there are no rollerskating places, no bowling alleys, we have one movie theater (but the screen is broken, so half the picture is flipped), everything stays open for maybe two months then closes. It's dead here. The woods are dead and those born in them are dying too.
User avatar #39 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Well thats depressing. Like really depressing, it cant be that bad. What are property taxes like?
User avatar #41 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'm not sure. I live with my mum. Only 20 but they aren't too bad, I don't think. I mean, I hike and fish and camp, so that's my entertainment, but you have to leave WV for real fun.
User avatar #42 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
I live just outside of Baltimore in Maryland, I have movie theatres, bowling allys, laser tag places, restaurants and cafes and all that shit. Im not interested. I work, I sleep, I eat, I play video games and I drive west. Last night me and my buddy were out of a cruise and saw the Appalachian mountains and made it our goal to drive over the mountains. We did and we had an adventure, and saw things we didnt think we would see at the beginning of the night. I want to be out in the woods, not bothered by anything unless I wanted them there. I want to shoot all day and drive around in the forests all day for my entertainment.

How about we trade places for a few days?
User avatar #47 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'd like that. A lot. Lol, the woods aren't so bad. I do like hiking and adventuring. I climbed to the top of Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks. Plus, the caverns are ridiculous! If you've never been spelunking, you need to go. But at the same time, though hiking is great in the summer, it's so dangerous in the winter. In fact, driving is dangerous in the winter. So imagine not leaving your house or dorm room for two weeks because your door is buried and you're still expected to go to class and work. How about Maryland? Are the summers nice?
User avatar #50 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I dont think I know what Spelunking is. Summer here is pretty good, but can be very unpredictable, the same with spring. Summer starts off mild and very enjoyable but gets very hot and humid around July and August then goes back to being mild. As for spring, from February to March it is 100% unpredictable. We can everything from snow and hail to 75 degree weather in one week, and its like that every week. You really learn how to dress for different weather during spring.

We've gotten some big snow storms, but I've never been snowed in completely. I honestly like to drive in the snow, last winter I had a huge ass station wagon and I did drifts and doughnuts everywhere I went in the snow.

I want to go explore a cave, or go bunjee jumping or mountain climbing, do some real adventurous stuff.
User avatar #51 - sweetsighlullaby (04/28/2014) [-]
Spelunking is cave exploring and I love station wagons... favorite car. I want a olive green woody.
#52 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer.
This was my station wagon, Buick Roadmaster. I loved that thing, Im gonna buy another one before I die just because it was so nice to ride in and drive. I had to sell it cause it was getting expensive to own with all the repairs I had to do to it and all the major repairs coming up, so I traded it in on a little blue Toyota Tacoma.
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
User avatar #43 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Drive all night*
#33 - How easy is it to carry where you are legally? Where I live yo…  [+] (14 new replies) 04/27/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
User avatar #34 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
Pretty easy. I live in West Virginia. Honestly, you take a gun safety course, pay a bit of money, then you have your CC for maybe five years? Maybe three... I looked at the SIG and I didn't really like the looks of it. Truth be told, I'm a little in the with Rugers. They are easy and familiar and I like consistency. But I'll look into the few you mentioned.
User avatar #35 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Nice, WV is one of the states Im considering moving too, Im tired of living in a blue state just because the gun laws are awful. I have never shot a Ruger, the only hand guns I've shot are a few 1911s and a five shot .38 special Taurus revolver. The .38 might be good for little girly hands also.
User avatar #36 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
Lol, don't come to WV. It isnt that great. A .38 is nice, but they are kinda hard to find
User avatar #37 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Whats wrong with WV? I've been out there a few times and its beautiful. Try Armslist.org. Its like craigslist but for guns.
User avatar #38 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
You can't find a job. And a ridiculously high food tax. And there is nothing to do. I've lived in my town since I was in 2nd grade and there are no rollerskating places, no bowling alleys, we have one movie theater (but the screen is broken, so half the picture is flipped), everything stays open for maybe two months then closes. It's dead here. The woods are dead and those born in them are dying too.
User avatar #39 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Well thats depressing. Like really depressing, it cant be that bad. What are property taxes like?
User avatar #41 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'm not sure. I live with my mum. Only 20 but they aren't too bad, I don't think. I mean, I hike and fish and camp, so that's my entertainment, but you have to leave WV for real fun.
User avatar #42 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
I live just outside of Baltimore in Maryland, I have movie theatres, bowling allys, laser tag places, restaurants and cafes and all that shit. Im not interested. I work, I sleep, I eat, I play video games and I drive west. Last night me and my buddy were out of a cruise and saw the Appalachian mountains and made it our goal to drive over the mountains. We did and we had an adventure, and saw things we didnt think we would see at the beginning of the night. I want to be out in the woods, not bothered by anything unless I wanted them there. I want to shoot all day and drive around in the forests all day for my entertainment.

How about we trade places for a few days?
User avatar #47 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'd like that. A lot. Lol, the woods aren't so bad. I do like hiking and adventuring. I climbed to the top of Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks. Plus, the caverns are ridiculous! If you've never been spelunking, you need to go. But at the same time, though hiking is great in the summer, it's so dangerous in the winter. In fact, driving is dangerous in the winter. So imagine not leaving your house or dorm room for two weeks because your door is buried and you're still expected to go to class and work. How about Maryland? Are the summers nice?
User avatar #50 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I dont think I know what Spelunking is. Summer here is pretty good, but can be very unpredictable, the same with spring. Summer starts off mild and very enjoyable but gets very hot and humid around July and August then goes back to being mild. As for spring, from February to March it is 100% unpredictable. We can everything from snow and hail to 75 degree weather in one week, and its like that every week. You really learn how to dress for different weather during spring.

We've gotten some big snow storms, but I've never been snowed in completely. I honestly like to drive in the snow, last winter I had a huge ass station wagon and I did drifts and doughnuts everywhere I went in the snow.

I want to go explore a cave, or go bunjee jumping or mountain climbing, do some real adventurous stuff.
User avatar #51 - sweetsighlullaby (04/28/2014) [-]
Spelunking is cave exploring and I love station wagons... favorite car. I want a olive green woody.
#52 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer.
This was my station wagon, Buick Roadmaster. I loved that thing, Im gonna buy another one before I die just because it was so nice to ride in and drive. I had to sell it cause it was getting expensive to own with all the repairs I had to do to it and all the major repairs coming up, so I traded it in on a little blue Toyota Tacoma.
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
User avatar #43 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Drive all night*
#31 - My folks got that for me for my 18th birthday. They surprised …  [+] (16 new replies) 04/27/2014 on it's the little things in life 0
User avatar #32 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I have to wait til I'm 21 to be able to carry mine legally. It's under my dad's name. 18th birthday I got a 22 to learn with because I have small, girly hands, but I want something that has more of a kick back. I was looking at the Ruger SR40 compact, but with a shorter barrel I might get too much kickback, though it is the right size for my hands. I'm not sure what to do. If I go bigger than 22 than, most time, I can't reach the trigger, but the compacts have so much kick that it makes my shot bad.
User avatar #33 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
How easy is it to carry where you are legally? Where I live you need to basically have had death threats made against you to get a CC permit. Have you tried a compact 9mm? Maybe a Glock, SIG, or a .380 Walter? SIG have a pretty large line of smaller hand guns
User avatar #34 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
Pretty easy. I live in West Virginia. Honestly, you take a gun safety course, pay a bit of money, then you have your CC for maybe five years? Maybe three... I looked at the SIG and I didn't really like the looks of it. Truth be told, I'm a little in the with Rugers. They are easy and familiar and I like consistency. But I'll look into the few you mentioned.
User avatar #35 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Nice, WV is one of the states Im considering moving too, Im tired of living in a blue state just because the gun laws are awful. I have never shot a Ruger, the only hand guns I've shot are a few 1911s and a five shot .38 special Taurus revolver. The .38 might be good for little girly hands also.
User avatar #36 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
Lol, don't come to WV. It isnt that great. A .38 is nice, but they are kinda hard to find
User avatar #37 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Whats wrong with WV? I've been out there a few times and its beautiful. Try Armslist.org. Its like craigslist but for guns.
User avatar #38 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
You can't find a job. And a ridiculously high food tax. And there is nothing to do. I've lived in my town since I was in 2nd grade and there are no rollerskating places, no bowling alleys, we have one movie theater (but the screen is broken, so half the picture is flipped), everything stays open for maybe two months then closes. It's dead here. The woods are dead and those born in them are dying too.
User avatar #39 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Well thats depressing. Like really depressing, it cant be that bad. What are property taxes like?
User avatar #41 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'm not sure. I live with my mum. Only 20 but they aren't too bad, I don't think. I mean, I hike and fish and camp, so that's my entertainment, but you have to leave WV for real fun.
User avatar #42 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
I live just outside of Baltimore in Maryland, I have movie theatres, bowling allys, laser tag places, restaurants and cafes and all that shit. Im not interested. I work, I sleep, I eat, I play video games and I drive west. Last night me and my buddy were out of a cruise and saw the Appalachian mountains and made it our goal to drive over the mountains. We did and we had an adventure, and saw things we didnt think we would see at the beginning of the night. I want to be out in the woods, not bothered by anything unless I wanted them there. I want to shoot all day and drive around in the forests all day for my entertainment.

How about we trade places for a few days?
User avatar #47 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'd like that. A lot. Lol, the woods aren't so bad. I do like hiking and adventuring. I climbed to the top of Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks. Plus, the caverns are ridiculous! If you've never been spelunking, you need to go. But at the same time, though hiking is great in the summer, it's so dangerous in the winter. In fact, driving is dangerous in the winter. So imagine not leaving your house or dorm room for two weeks because your door is buried and you're still expected to go to class and work. How about Maryland? Are the summers nice?
User avatar #50 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I dont think I know what Spelunking is. Summer here is pretty good, but can be very unpredictable, the same with spring. Summer starts off mild and very enjoyable but gets very hot and humid around July and August then goes back to being mild. As for spring, from February to March it is 100% unpredictable. We can everything from snow and hail to 75 degree weather in one week, and its like that every week. You really learn how to dress for different weather during spring.

We've gotten some big snow storms, but I've never been snowed in completely. I honestly like to drive in the snow, last winter I had a huge ass station wagon and I did drifts and doughnuts everywhere I went in the snow.

I want to go explore a cave, or go bunjee jumping or mountain climbing, do some real adventurous stuff.
User avatar #51 - sweetsighlullaby (04/28/2014) [-]
Spelunking is cave exploring and I love station wagons... favorite car. I want a olive green woody.
#52 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer.
This was my station wagon, Buick Roadmaster. I loved that thing, Im gonna buy another one before I die just because it was so nice to ride in and drive. I had to sell it cause it was getting expensive to own with all the repairs I had to do to it and all the major repairs coming up, so I traded it in on a little blue Toyota Tacoma.
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
User avatar #43 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Drive all night*
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User avatar #30 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
looking more for a handgun. maybe a 40? I like the savage tho. I saw it in the Shooter's Bible. How much was it?
#45 - dingywingy (04/27/2014) [-]
Get either a glock 22 23 or a XDm 3.8 Compact.. Ive personally owned the 23 and the XDm but the 22 is just a full size version of the 23 and if you pick glock you can get conversion barrels for almost any caliber you want including .357 sig or 9mm
User avatar #31 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
My folks got that for me for my 18th birthday. They surprised the hell out of me with it too, they are pretty liberal. Its an older model so it would probably be about 150 used.
I want to get a .45, preferably a 1911, but I have 8 more months until I can buy that.
User avatar #32 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I have to wait til I'm 21 to be able to carry mine legally. It's under my dad's name. 18th birthday I got a 22 to learn with because I have small, girly hands, but I want something that has more of a kick back. I was looking at the Ruger SR40 compact, but with a shorter barrel I might get too much kickback, though it is the right size for my hands. I'm not sure what to do. If I go bigger than 22 than, most time, I can't reach the trigger, but the compacts have so much kick that it makes my shot bad.
User avatar #33 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
How easy is it to carry where you are legally? Where I live you need to basically have had death threats made against you to get a CC permit. Have you tried a compact 9mm? Maybe a Glock, SIG, or a .380 Walter? SIG have a pretty large line of smaller hand guns
User avatar #34 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
Pretty easy. I live in West Virginia. Honestly, you take a gun safety course, pay a bit of money, then you have your CC for maybe five years? Maybe three... I looked at the SIG and I didn't really like the looks of it. Truth be told, I'm a little in the with Rugers. They are easy and familiar and I like consistency. But I'll look into the few you mentioned.
User avatar #35 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Nice, WV is one of the states Im considering moving too, Im tired of living in a blue state just because the gun laws are awful. I have never shot a Ruger, the only hand guns I've shot are a few 1911s and a five shot .38 special Taurus revolver. The .38 might be good for little girly hands also.
User avatar #36 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
Lol, don't come to WV. It isnt that great. A .38 is nice, but they are kinda hard to find
User avatar #37 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Whats wrong with WV? I've been out there a few times and its beautiful. Try Armslist.org. Its like craigslist but for guns.
User avatar #38 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
You can't find a job. And a ridiculously high food tax. And there is nothing to do. I've lived in my town since I was in 2nd grade and there are no rollerskating places, no bowling alleys, we have one movie theater (but the screen is broken, so half the picture is flipped), everything stays open for maybe two months then closes. It's dead here. The woods are dead and those born in them are dying too.
User avatar #39 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Well thats depressing. Like really depressing, it cant be that bad. What are property taxes like?
User avatar #41 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'm not sure. I live with my mum. Only 20 but they aren't too bad, I don't think. I mean, I hike and fish and camp, so that's my entertainment, but you have to leave WV for real fun.
User avatar #42 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
I live just outside of Baltimore in Maryland, I have movie theatres, bowling allys, laser tag places, restaurants and cafes and all that shit. Im not interested. I work, I sleep, I eat, I play video games and I drive west. Last night me and my buddy were out of a cruise and saw the Appalachian mountains and made it our goal to drive over the mountains. We did and we had an adventure, and saw things we didnt think we would see at the beginning of the night. I want to be out in the woods, not bothered by anything unless I wanted them there. I want to shoot all day and drive around in the forests all day for my entertainment.

How about we trade places for a few days?
User avatar #47 - sweetsighlullaby (04/27/2014) [-]
I'd like that. A lot. Lol, the woods aren't so bad. I do like hiking and adventuring. I climbed to the top of Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks. Plus, the caverns are ridiculous! If you've never been spelunking, you need to go. But at the same time, though hiking is great in the summer, it's so dangerous in the winter. In fact, driving is dangerous in the winter. So imagine not leaving your house or dorm room for two weeks because your door is buried and you're still expected to go to class and work. How about Maryland? Are the summers nice?
User avatar #50 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I dont think I know what Spelunking is. Summer here is pretty good, but can be very unpredictable, the same with spring. Summer starts off mild and very enjoyable but gets very hot and humid around July and August then goes back to being mild. As for spring, from February to March it is 100% unpredictable. We can everything from snow and hail to 75 degree weather in one week, and its like that every week. You really learn how to dress for different weather during spring.

We've gotten some big snow storms, but I've never been snowed in completely. I honestly like to drive in the snow, last winter I had a huge ass station wagon and I did drifts and doughnuts everywhere I went in the snow.

I want to go explore a cave, or go bunjee jumping or mountain climbing, do some real adventurous stuff.
User avatar #51 - sweetsighlullaby (04/28/2014) [-]
Spelunking is cave exploring and I love station wagons... favorite car. I want a olive green woody.
#52 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
I need to go spelunking. This is gonna happen this summer.
This was my station wagon, Buick Roadmaster. I loved that thing, Im gonna buy another one before I die just because it was so nice to ride in and drive. I had to sell it cause it was getting expensive to own with all the repairs I had to do to it and all the major repairs coming up, so I traded it in on a little blue Toyota Tacoma.
User avatar #53 - Jewssassin (04/28/2014) [-]
Oh and the gas mileage was absolutely horrendous unless I was on the highway.
User avatar #43 - Jewssassin (04/27/2014) [-]
Drive all night*
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