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MrClean4Hire  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 1:26:15 PM EST
You know various macho sayings to impress people at the range like " Kill em all" etc?
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ecgRN  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 1:27:48 PM EST
What about them?

Originally Posted By MrClean4Hire:
.... macho sayings to impress people at the range...


That's retarded.
NineLivez  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 1:27:53 PM EST
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.
fosters  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 1:30:30 PM EST
I'll just stick with the muzzle flash if my intentions are to be known
nicholsmf  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 1:39:04 PM EST
not sure if serious
will_m  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 1:46:26 PM EST
Originally Posted By nicholsmf:
not sure if serious


X2 wut?
MrClean4Hire  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 1:47:57 PM EST
Originally Posted By will_m:
Originally Posted By nicholsmf:
not sure if serious


X2 wut?


girlwithagun  [Member]
1/21/2010 1:52:40 PM EST
You would be the coolest guy in jail.

Go for it
ragedracer1977  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 2:13:07 PM EST

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?


ragedracer1977  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 2:13:56 PM EST

Originally Posted By girlwithagun:
You would be the coolest guy in jail.

Go for it

Why would he be in jail?

Please elaborate on yet another of your idiotic statements.
Renegade13B  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 2:14:34 PM EST
It's called a paint pen or a sharpie
kcolg30  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 2:14:51 PM EST
Those are the same type of people that attach fake suppressors on the ends of their AR's...
FortyFiveAutomatic  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 2:15:42 PM EST

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?
jrollins  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 2:52:04 PM EST

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

Yes, actually I have two

What I want is rail covers that say "JESUS RIFLE" on the side, to go on the rifle that has an ACOG on it
Also pondering having the "Buddy Christ" figure from the movie Dogma engraved on the lower of same AR.



ETA: No, I'm not a Christian. We just share a common enemy
ragedracer1977  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 3:29:27 PM EST

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

I don't have anything "written" on any of my firearms other than what the manufacturer stamped.

That said, I don't see a problem with it. IMO, it's not going to make a difference in a "good" shoot.

I asked for any examples to prove me wrong. Do you have any?
NineLivez  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 3:50:09 PM EST
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

I don't have anything "written" on any of my firearms other than what the manufacturer stamped.

That said, I don't see a problem with it. IMO, it's not going to make a difference in a "good" shoot.

I asked for any examples to prove me wrong. Do you have any?


I don't have a specific example (I would surprised if there wasn't one though), but if you don't think a good prosecutor could use a Punisher logo, a "Death to everyone" or some other indicator of "violence" or vigilantism to sway a jury on the fence (No matter if it is a good shoot or not), then you need to rethink things.
Mr_Harry  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 3:53:09 PM EST

Originally Posted By MrClean4Hire:
You know various macho sayings to impress people at the range like " Kill em all" etc?

Just get a T-Shirt with your Mug on it

Hell I'm tempted to get one
(T-Shirt with your Mug on it)
just to impress everyone.

And I'm Not Being a Smart-ass either
Deech  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 3:55:59 PM EST
Originally Posted By NineLivez:
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

I don't have anything "written" on any of my firearms other than what the manufacturer stamped.

That said, I don't see a problem with it. IMO, it's not going to make a difference in a "good" shoot.

I asked for any examples to prove me wrong. Do you have any?


I don't have a specific example (I would surprised if there wasn't one though), but if you don't think a good prosecutor could use a Punisher logo, a "Death to everyone" or some other indicator of "violence" or vigilantism to sway a jury on the fence (No matter if it is a good shoot or not), then you need to rethink things.



fail
wingnutx  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 3:57:24 PM EST
I don't need rails like that to look tough. I have Warrior Stamps all over my body.

Lympago  [Member]
1/21/2010 4:03:02 PM EST



The AR-15, the grown mans barbie.



ragedracer1977  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 4:03:21 PM EST

Originally Posted By NineLivez:


I don't have a specific example (I would surprised if there wasn't one though), but if you don't think a good prosecutor could use a Punisher logo, a "Death to everyone" or some other indicator of "violence" or vigilantism to sway a jury on the fence (No matter if it is a good shoot or not), then you need to rethink things.

I disagree.

I can't prove my position, though. Of course, neither can you.

I don't have that stuff on my firearms though, so I guess I'm not willing to be the test case.

the_naked_prophet  [Member]
1/21/2010 4:10:31 PM EST
Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?


What's wrong with that? I'd put one on my rifle if it wasn't an AK. Heck, I'd put one on my AK if I had one of those dust covers.

NineLivez  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 4:31:26 PM EST
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:


I don't have a specific example (I would surprised if there wasn't one though), but if you don't think a good prosecutor could use a Punisher logo, a "Death to everyone" or some other indicator of "violence" or vigilantism to sway a jury on the fence (No matter if it is a good shoot or not), then you need to rethink things.

I disagree.

I can't prove my position, though. Of course, neither can you.

I don't have that stuff on my firearms though, so I guess I'm not willing to be the test case.



If you disagree, why not be the test case? If I just have my tinfoil on to tight, there is no harm in engraving you HD/SD gun with "Kill 'em all, let God sort 'em out." right I still think a good DA could sway/snow a borderline/unconvinced jury who just needs that one extra push to go from "beyond a reasonable doubt" to "guilty". If you think its just paranoia on my part, well, I can live with that
NineLivez  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 4:58:58 PM EST
Originally Posted By Deech:
Originally Posted By NineLivez:
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

I don't have anything "written" on any of my firearms other than what the manufacturer stamped.

That said, I don't see a problem with it. IMO, it's not going to make a difference in a "good" shoot.

I asked for any examples to prove me wrong. Do you have any?


I don't have a specific example (I would surprised if there wasn't one though), but if you don't think a good prosecutor could use a Punisher logo, a "Death to everyone" or some other indicator of "violence" or vigilantism to sway a jury on the fence (No matter if it is a good shoot or not), then you need to rethink things.



fail


Yeah, because nobody in history has ever been faultily or questionably convicted by an over zealous prosecution team
Danner130  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 4:59:59 PM EST
You can't go wrong with "BBQ Pork, Sukka!"
Dan_Gray  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 5:00:55 PM EST
Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.


That's the only reason I haven't got a "surprise cock fag" dust cover.
Bama-Shooter  [Site Staff]
1/21/2010 5:02:20 PM EST
I subscribe to Ayoob.
Subconscious  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 5:03:34 PM EST
I want mine to say "BAD MOTHERFUCKER".
Dan_Gray  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 5:04:34 PM EST
Oh, and as far as I'm concerned, the Harold Fish example can translate pretty liberally.
MrClean4Hire  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 5:12:27 PM EST
Front towards enemy could be funny.
Bama-Shooter  [Site Staff]
1/21/2010 5:20:21 PM EST
Originally Posted By MrClean4Hire:
Front towards enemy could be funny.


ARFcom shoot, hot wings and frosties afterwards, sure.

Dedicated, primary defensive, device, no.
xaaronx  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 5:22:00 PM EST

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

I don't have anything "written" on any of my firearms other than what the manufacturer stamped.

That said, I don't see a problem with it. IMO, it's not going to make a difference in a "good" shoot.

I asked for any examples to prove me wrong. Do you have any?
There arent any.

David14  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 6:14:52 PM EST
Originally Posted By MrClean4Hire:
You know various macho sayings to impress people at the range like " Kill em all" etc?

Not a bad idea.

How about just some helpful reminders, like "Where's your hearing protection?" or "Always treat this rifle as if it's loaded."?

DScottHewitt  [Member]
1/21/2010 6:17:22 PM EST
Originally Posted By MrClean4Hire:
You know various macho sayings to impress people at the range like " Kill em all" etc?


I'm hoping someone comes out with abbreviations to Bible verses to go with my ACOG
DScottHewitt  [Member]
1/21/2010 6:19:52 PM EST
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
I subscribe to Ayoob.


+87


All those years of COURTROOM EXPERIENCE AS AN EXPERT WITNESS, and people still don't listen.
www-glock19-com  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 6:22:01 PM EST

Originally Posted By Dan_Gray:
Oh, and as far as I'm concerned, the Harold Fish example can translate pretty liberally.

Ayoob covered a shooting where the prosecutor made a big deal out of a mossberg persuader by going on in a german accent
"Ve have vays to persuade you"

sure there is aside from fish few stories where weapon might have made a difference but why take the chance
of getting run though it because of a non PC weapon choice like Fadden and his AC556

On a aside as a range weapon or novelty why not Im surpised it has not been done yet


if ya put twinkee twinkee cupcake on it some people here would have sex with it
oldgunner  [Member]
1/21/2010 6:27:53 PM EST


Take that motherfucker
woodsie  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 6:39:55 PM EST
I just want someone to paint flames on mine...and a couple of...no make that three, yes THREE, wolves on the receiver. Yes, that should be sufficient to let people know what I'm all about.

ragedracer1977  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 8:44:39 PM EST

Originally Posted By Dan_Gray:
Oh, and as far as I'm concerned, the Harold Fish example can translate pretty liberally.

Harold Fish got railroaded by a douchebag prosecutor and a shit for brains defense attorney.

Could that happen if you had "Punisher" grips? Yeah, it could.

It probably depends a lot on the state now, though. The Harold Fish case can't happen again. The law was changed to prevent exactly that kind of BS.

IMO, I don't believe it would make a difference on a good shoot, but I'm still not willing to be the test case. So, I guess my conviction isn't that strong.
SIPCAT-C  [Member]
1/21/2010 8:51:05 PM EST
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?




I don't think there are any. It's just some dumb shit people parrot.

Under normal castle doctrine law it doesn't matter.

If someone breaks into your house you can kill them. Doesn't matter if you even park your car down the block and turn your lights out to bait them in. (although that might be pushing it)
Presumption is FOR the homeowner.
SIPCAT-C  [Member]
1/21/2010 8:52:34 PM EST
Originally Posted By NineLivez:
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

I don't have anything "written" on any of my firearms other than what the manufacturer stamped.

That said, I don't see a problem with it. IMO, it's not going to make a difference in a "good" shoot.

I asked for any examples to prove me wrong. Do you have any?


I don't have a specific example (I would surprised if there wasn't one though), but if you don't think a good prosecutor could use a Punisher logo, a "Death to everyone" or some other indicator of "violence" or vigilantism to sway a jury on the fence (No matter if it is a good shoot or not), then you need to rethink things.


Would never be allowed to happen if your lawyer had even a basic understanding of evidentiary proceedings in a criminal trial.
Dan_Gray  [Team Member]
1/21/2010 8:56:45 PM EST
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By MrClean4Hire:
Front towards enemy could be funny.


ARFcom shoot, hot wings and frosties afterwards, sure.

Dedicated, primary defensive, device, no.


See, that's kinda what I'm thinking. "lead travel agent" on the handguards of a mark 12 or something is one thing. "bad mother fucker" on your HD carbine? eh, not so much.
Kiznelly  [Member]
1/21/2010 9:04:49 PM EST
Get a Scooty Puff Jr. sticker or go home.
ceverett  [Member]
1/22/2010 5:19:11 AM EST
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
I subscribe to Ayoob.


Normally, I don't.

In this case, I do.
Wave  [Team Member]
1/22/2010 5:21:24 AM EST
I've seen a buttstock autographed by Eric Estrada at the SHOT show yesterday....does that count?
geezhound  [Team Member]
1/22/2010 5:33:04 AM EST
Originally Posted By Kiznelly:
Get a Scooty Puff Jr. sticker or go home.
http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h163/scrateshooter/scootypuffjr-1.jpg


LOL! I want that engraved on my lower!!
MrClean4Hire  [Team Member]
1/22/2010 6:04:56 AM EST
Originally Posted By geezhound:
Originally Posted By Kiznelly:
Get a Scooty Puff Jr. sticker or go home.
http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h163/scrateshooter/scootypuffjr-1.jpg


LOL! I want that engraved on my lower!!


It would remind you to use a condom if you put it down there.
opti12206  [Team Member]
1/22/2010 7:12:33 AM EST
It might look bad in court to have a saying that advocates the death of others. Your rifle probably already looks like something the military uses so whats the point in risking it. If it is just a range toy go for it.
FortyFiveAutomatic  [Team Member]
1/23/2010 12:01:55 PM EST

Originally Posted By SIPCAT-C:
Originally Posted By NineLivez:
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

I don't have anything "written" on any of my firearms other than what the manufacturer stamped.

That said, I don't see a problem with it. IMO, it's not going to make a difference in a "good" shoot.

I asked for any examples to prove me wrong. Do you have any?


I don't have a specific example (I would surprised if there wasn't one though), but if you don't think a good prosecutor could use a Punisher logo, a "Death to everyone" or some other indicator of "violence" or vigilantism to sway a jury on the fence (No matter if it is a good shoot or not), then you need to rethink things.


Would never be allowed to happen if your lawyer had even a basic understanding of evidentiary proceedings in a criminal trial.

Care to elaborate? Curious...
Aimless  [Site Staff]
1/23/2010 12:05:44 PM EST

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By SIPCAT-C:
Originally Posted By NineLivez:
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By FortyFiveAutomatic:

Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:

Originally Posted By NineLivez:
All good, just don't have on your weapon if you use it in a SD situation, the lawyers will eat you alive.

Can you show me one example of this?



Can you support why it would be a good idea?

Do you have a "surprise cockfag" dustcover?

I don't have anything "written" on any of my firearms other than what the manufacturer stamped.

That said, I don't see a problem with it. IMO, it's not going to make a difference in a "good" shoot.

I asked for any examples to prove me wrong. Do you have any?


I don't have a specific example (I would surprised if there wasn't one though), but if you don't think a good prosecutor could use a Punisher logo, a "Death to everyone" or some other indicator of "violence" or vigilantism to sway a jury on the fence (No matter if it is a good shoot or not), then you need to rethink things.


Would never be allowed to happen if your lawyer had even a basic understanding of evidentiary proceedings in a criminal trial.

Care to elaborate? Curious...

If you shoot someone I think the jury is going to get a look at your skrull encrusted blaster.
Kalahnikid  [Team Member]
1/23/2010 12:07:44 PM EST
I want my rail covers to say "Not sure if serious?" and on the other side "I accidentally the whole thing"
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