Big guns and Women

JKTex

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Mar 11, 2008
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Big gun's, not bigun's.

I was looking for something unrelated and a link popped up on Youtube, then I saw others and I had to share. I laughed my rear end off at some of these, even though some of these people aren't exactly practicing responsible gun handling. Like putting a .50 cal in a drunk woman's hands...

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Texas1911

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You should dig up some of the videos with guys shooting big bore pistols as well. I recall one where the guy shot the pistol and it flipped out of his hand and crowned him in the face, lol.
 

Kerbouchard

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Jun 18, 2008
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I don't know how many people have been turned off guns forever because some idiot wanted to prove how macho he was to his girlfriend or wife.

There is nothing responsible about that kind of behavior, and it's a good way to get people who might have been interested in shooting to become very anti-gun.

This is a time when we should be trying to win people over to our side and showing them how enjoyable shooting can be. Having somebody shoot a .50 for their first time, is not the right way to do that.
 

JDKRIEK

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Mar 24, 2008
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HAHAHHA! I cant help it!


Ive seen all those videos, there are some reall funny ones that I died laughing and crying after watching them. My buddy and I searched for everything they had on youtube.

This is one of my favorites - men and big guns are just as bad, hahah!

Not related, but it cracks me up
 

TxPhantom

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Apr 5, 2008
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Frisco, Texas
Bad for the shooting sport

I don't know how many people have been turned off guns forever because some idiot wanted to prove how macho he was to his girlfriend or wife.

There is nothing responsible about that kind of behavior, and it's a good way to get people who might have been interested in shooting to become very anti-gun.

This is a time when we should be trying to win people over to our side and showing them how enjoyable shooting can be. Having somebody shoot a .50 for their first time, is not the right way to do that.
Totally Agree. My wife and I take new shooters to the range often. She works with a lot of people from India (techies) that have never shot guns but love to shoot and take pictures to send home.
We always start them out with 22's or 9mm's. Funny thing is, the Indian women shoot better than the men since they will follow instructions more readily. I've seen some Indian women move up to 40 caliber, 357 magnum, and 45 caliber quite quickly but I only allow them to move up at their own pace.
I love introducing newbies to the shooting sport but I would never put a 50 caliber gun in their hands for their safety and mine.
 

FlyinFast

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Jun 17, 2008
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Richardson
I am in agreement with most here. The idiots that scare these girls should have a talking to (read having the snot knocked out of them). If one of those aholes helped them with some instruction instead of making a "funny" video they might have done better and not been scared or injured. I think stuff like youtube will do more harm to our 2nd amendment rights than any antigun org could hope to achieve. We are our own worst enimies.
 

idleprocess

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Feb 29, 2008
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The last three (two) in the original post weren't bad. At least the women were able to handle it.
 
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