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#5 - Two of my players last night were making jokes about flirting,…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/25/2016 on Nephews first game. +7
#23 - InsomniacDreamer (06/26/2016) [-]
#10 - classlessfaggot (06/26/2016) [-]
My last sexual encounter in a nutshell
#1 - ALL of Return of the King is actually 4 hours. Because of Exte… 06/25/2016 on cred it`s +1
#50 - I'd say I'd bang you but my gf wouldn't appreciate that. 06/24/2016 on My Judy Cosplay +2
#4 - More like Havel the Rock tbh. 06/21/2016 on Game of Souls 0
#8 - All good, just been looking around to play in a campaign, I'm …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/21/2016 on pirates campaign help? +1
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#10 - jaknova (06/21/2016) [-]
I know the feeling, im hoping my creativity will rub off on my little bro so i can play a Jester
#5 - Are you looking for players too or have a group already?  [+] (3 new replies) 06/21/2016 on pirates campaign help? 0
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#7 - jaknova (06/21/2016) [-]
I'm afraid i already have a group if you were looking for one, sorry
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#8 - sptnfouroneseven (06/21/2016) [-]
All good, just been looking around to play in a campaign, I'm a DM for one already and would like to play once in a while.
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#10 - jaknova (06/21/2016) [-]
I know the feeling, im hoping my creativity will rub off on my little bro so i can play a Jester
#4 - If you leave your weapon with a chambered round you're pretty …  [+] (23 new replies) 06/21/2016 on /k/onceal carry +21
#7 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
how the fuck am i suppose to cary my 9mm then?

the point is for it to be useful.
#67 - phoenixactual (06/22/2016) [-]
And it takes all of what, two seconds, to chamber a round? Only a complete dumbass keeps a round in the chamber when he's not actively shooting, it's one of the first things they teach you at literally any firearms training
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#76 - lordcampbell (06/22/2016) [-]
Found the guy who has never been to literally any firearms training.
#77 - phoenixactual (06/22/2016) [-]
15 years of shooting experience, I got my hunter's safety card when I was 13. Went into the military at 18, and still shoot recreationally to this day. But nah, you're right, no training whatsoever
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#100 - Dropkicksxxx (06/22/2016) [-]
None you payed attention to apparently
#78 - lordcampbell (06/22/2016) [-]
**lordcampbell used "*roll picture*"**
**lordcampbell rolled image** Nice! Then you obviously know to chamber a fucking round or get shot first! It takes way less time to pull and shoot than to pull, chamber, shoot.
#86 - phoenixactual (06/22/2016) [-]
Hey asshole, there's a difference between moving in a convoy, where you could be shot or blown up in less than a second, and walking down the street with a pistol on your hip. In combat, your rifle is in your hand, ready to shoot at a moment's notice the entire time you're off base.

But that aside, lets look at the situation for a moment:

If someone corners you in an alley, and has a gun pointed at your head, and you try to reach for your own gun, what, exactly, do you think is going to happen? You still have to deal with the time it takes to unholster your pistol, set the safety, and aim. In that roughly 3 seconds, you can pretty easily add in the chambering, The guy is still going to shoot you in the head before you get your gun up. If he has a knife, that round in the chamber isn't going to mean a whole lot, people tend to flee for their life when they have a gun pointed at their head, they don't typically have time to see if it's loaded.

And I assume, if somebody breaks into your home in the middle of the night and wakes you up enough to shoot him, chances are you have the 2 seconds it takes to chamber a round before either he gets to your bedroom, or you find him.

Point is, there's no real valid reason to keep your gun loaded and ready to shoot 24/7 unless you're actively on duty in a combat zone with absolutely no base time whatsoever.
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#98 - lordcampbell (06/22/2016) [-]
Like I said.. "Then you obviously know to chamber a fucking round or get shot first! It takes way less time to pull and shoot than to pull, chamber, shoot."
Didn't you know? If you aren't Muslim, the first world IS a combat zone!
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#71 - Dropkicksxxx (06/22/2016) [-]
If you go to a training, ever, at any point in time, you'll find out you're wrong. Range safety and CC are completely different.
#72 - phoenixactual (06/22/2016) [-]
Really? Cause I'm pretty sure combat experience counts, too, and the longest it's ever, in 15 years of shooting, taken me to chamber a round was less than 3 seconds. And that's including the 1911 that you seem to be such an expert on.
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#103 - Dropkicksxxx (06/22/2016) [-]
That's kind of why they have a beaver tail, but you did what in the military? Run the store? Or did you serve food?
#99 - lordcampbell (06/22/2016) [-]
**lordcampbell used "*roll picture*"**
**lordcampbell rolled image**Also dude we get it, you like to pretend you used to serve in the armed forces. Thanks for your service. too bad you're a cunt
#101 - phoenixactual (06/22/2016) [-]
Keep telling yourself that, dickwad
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#18 - lordtriggs (06/21/2016) [-]
you chamber a round when you are firing and never have one chambered at any other time

fucking idiot, that's how you end up removing yourself from the gene pool
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#23 - zombifier (06/21/2016) [-]
if you carry you carry loaded and ready to fire

I carry a 1911, the proper way to carry one, whether concealed or open, is cocked and locked
#68 - phoenixactual (06/22/2016) [-]
People like you make the rest of the gun owners out there look like total fucking retards.
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#89 - zombifier (06/22/2016) [-]
All of you are making no sense
#90 - phoenixactual (06/22/2016) [-]
Which shows us what, exactly? It shows us you have no fucking firearms training whatsoever, if basically everybody else on here who does disagrees with you gun nut
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#91 - zombifier (06/22/2016) [-]
4 years infantry and 2 years as a firearm instructor begs to differ

if you carry for self defense, you carry at condition 1
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#25 - lordtriggs (06/21/2016) [-]
have fun shooting yourself in the foot
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#26 - zombifier (06/21/2016) [-]
Thats not how that works

was a firearm instructor, and anyone that carries, carries loaded, all they have to do is take the weapon off safe and pull the trigger.

It's how the military carries, it's how cops carry, it's how citizens carry

stop being so paranoid
#57 - kapkap (06/21/2016) [-]
says the guy carrying a loaded gun
#74 - anon (06/22/2016) [-]
There's a world of difference between the rules of safety for recreational shooting and carrying for real-world self defense. You have to start making compromises. Most modern guns for concealed carry do not have manual external safties and are intended to be carried loaded with a round chambered at all times. You have to trust that the internal safties and construction is good enough that the gun will not go off unless the trigger is fully depressed. Then you have to trust that the holster is ridgid enough that no object can actuate the trigger while the gun is in the holster. Then you have to trust that you have enough retention that the gun does not unholster unintentionally. The state of the equipment and doctrine today has earned that trust. It is everyday life for hundereds of thousands of CHL holders and there have been virtually no incidents (one guy did manage to shoot himself in the leg due to a poor holster). An extra second of chambering is quite a bit when the other guy is within a few feet (the vast majority of real incidents). The small loss of safety and additional risk is, statistically, smaller than the safety gained by having a faster response in an incident.
#2 - Rifles aren't that heavy to be honest. And he looks decently big.  [+] (2 new replies) 06/20/2016 on Freedom Blanket 2.0 +4
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#10 - thewafflearmeee (06/21/2016) [-]
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#3 - okamibanshu (06/20/2016) [-]
ah, i assumed since the pistol had some heft to it, the rifles would actually be heavy
#8 - Yeah. I'm aware. Looks to be a bit bigger than what a Tiger wo…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/20/2016 on Suddenly panic 0
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#10 - brucejender (06/20/2016) [-]
What are you a tigerologist?
#5 - That uh... Looks a bit older than a cub that'd be looked after  [+] (3 new replies) 06/20/2016 on Suddenly panic 0
#7 - anon (06/20/2016) [-]
on the right, not the one in center
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#8 - sptnfouroneseven (06/20/2016) [-]
Yeah. I'm aware. Looks to be a bit bigger than what a Tiger would look after, from my knowledge at least.
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#10 - brucejender (06/20/2016) [-]
What are you a tigerologist?