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Old 07-14-2014, 06:05 PM
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The drawback is the liberals will demand all new firearms be equipped with a tracking system and operating technology that identify the shooter as a form of gun control they will say if the military can have guided bullets the other should be easy.IMO
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Bullet?!?
Yep a maneuvering .50 cal round..
http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/07/...snipers-rifle/
Way too cool, *even MEL could qualify expert with it!


*Ya keep asking for it with those statements about how great the administration is...

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I qualified expert every time I fired my M16. I've also gotten pretty good at dropping deer at long range as well. I believe my longest shot was over 300 yards and the deer dropped in it's tracks.

I guess these new bullets will be like on a movie I saw years ago. I forget what it was called or who was in it, because I've slept many times since watching it. Once you identified the target the bullet would go around stuff and follow the target as he ran and would hit the target every time except when shot at the hero in the movie, he would always get away.
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I remember that movie as well....umm yep, Tom Selleck was the future cop chasing the rogue scientist..
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I remember that movie as well....umm yep, Tom Selleck was the future cop chasing the rogue scientist..
Was it Tom Selleck or Arnold S (cannot spell that one). Or it might even had been Van Damn. It's been a long time since I saw it, but them bullets were bad @$$.
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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088024/...nm_flmg_act_41
Yep Tom Selleck the Cop and....

Gene Simmons of KISS as the Rogue Scientist


AND

a Slim Kirstie Ally As the Hooker....
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Old 07-15-2014, 12:53 PM
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Do you have the movie? Let's watch it sometime. I haven't seen it in years. Slim Kirstie Ally sounds good to me!
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Old 07-15-2014, 04:41 PM
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Nope, I generally rotate DVD's out of the video racks unless they are a classic.
Casablanca, Quigley Down Under, Last of the Mohicans, Saving Private Ryan...
I'm looking for a Charlton Heston classic, Major Dundee, I don't think it's been released.

On the good side
el Ray Network, new on Direct TV (channel 341) has brought back an old TV Series.
Dark Angel with a Young Jessica Alba
Woot. I keep waiting for the pacer to fire....lol
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Sounds dangerous to me:-)
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Grrr
Darn GM.
Onstar is a program that combines satellite diagnostics and can track the car and call emergency service if there's an accident... So after a trial where I can't get it to do anything they (fixed) it. I dutifully sent off my check. It Went offline today won't tell me nothing, Onstar says hmmm ain't that weird.. I told them send me back the check. I'm already checking everything manually and I have a cell phone with GPS ergo, Onstar is a pricey inactive redundancy. I could use the cash on more productive things.. Like a web forum on overpaid government workers who drive Toyotas..
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*They said the cell phone could be damaged in a crash, I told them apparently you don't need a crash to damage the onstar...and nobody has called about getting me a new ignition switch either?? she got huffy and said well that's Chevrolets department..uh huh...

Having second thoughts about this... Anyone seen a Shelby convertible for sale?
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Old 07-17-2014, 08:08 AM
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I liked your remark about gov workers who drive Toyotas. Well, all I can say is my Toyota is a 2002 that runs great and has had zero problems since I got it. I tried to tell you about going GM, but as usual you didn't listen buddy. What else can I say.
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