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2012-10-11 10:27:25 AM
Coincidentally, that advice is also good if you've just robbed a strip club
 
2012-10-11 11:40:47 AM
He missed the guy every time he shot. Where did the bullets end up? In bystanders?
 
2012-10-11 11:58:24 AM
From my experience, it is best to stay away from any area of town where there is an MLK Ave. street, road, or whatever.
 
2012-10-11 12:02:32 PM

mama2tnt: He missed the guy every time he shot. Where did the bullets end up? In bystanders?


I know you wet your pants when you read the story, but by and large, handgun bullets are pretty easy to stop, especially when discharged indoors.

And the guy wasn't walking him to the back to be courteous, the proprietors life was [almost certainly] genuinely in danger.

/They also don't usually go through cars, even doors
 
2012-10-11 12:04:12 PM

Carousel Beast: mama2tnt: He missed the guy every time he shot. Where did the bullets end up? In bystanders?

I know you wet your pants when you read the story, but by and large, handgun bullets are pretty easy to stop, especially when discharged indoors.

And the guy wasn't walking him to the back to be courteous, the proprietors life was [almost certainly] genuinely in danger.

/They also don't usually go through cars, even doors


As a follow-up, I may have been to aggressive there. Usually the "ZOMG bystanders" line is whipped out by anti-gun folks. If that wasn't the case with you, I apologize. If it *was* the case with you, I escalate: you pussy.
 
2012-10-11 12:43:26 PM

Carousel Beast: Carousel Beast: mama2tnt: He missed the guy every time he shot. Where did the bullets end up? In bystanders?

I know you wet your pants when you read the story, but by and large, handgun bullets are pretty easy to stop, especially when discharged indoors.

And the guy wasn't walking him to the back to be courteous, the proprietors life was [almost certainly] genuinely in danger.

/They also don't usually go through cars, even doors

As a follow-up, I may have been to aggressive there. Usually the "ZOMG bystanders" line is whipped out by anti-gun folks. If that wasn't the case with you, I apologize. If it *was* the case with you, I escalate: you pussy.


The store in question (hopefully, it doesn't look like a stock "this is what a store looks like" photo) makes it appear unlikely to hit the door but not assailant, and does not appear to have plate glass or other things likely to slow down a bullet (one might it a window bar, but all three?). I'd love to see a fark gun thread with a claim that their .40 glock (insert journalism picture here) can't go through drywall, insulation, and siding.
 
2012-10-11 01:11:56 PM
MEH. Must be a slow Fark day.
 
2012-10-11 02:46:49 PM

yet_another_wumpus: Carousel Beast: Carousel Beast: mama2tnt: He missed the guy every time he shot. Where did the bullets end up? In bystanders?

I know you wet your pants when you read the story, but by and large, handgun bullets are pretty easy to stop, especially when discharged indoors.

And the guy wasn't walking him to the back to be courteous, the proprietors life was [almost certainly] genuinely in danger.

/They also don't usually go through cars, even doors

As a follow-up, I may have been to aggressive there. Usually the "ZOMG bystanders" line is whipped out by anti-gun folks. If that wasn't the case with you, I apologize. If it *was* the case with you, I escalate: you pussy.

The store in question (hopefully, it doesn't look like a stock "this is what a store looks like" photo) makes it appear unlikely to hit the door but not assailant, and does not appear to have plate glass or other things likely to slow down a bullet (one might it a window bar, but all three?). I'd love to see a fark gun thread with a claim that their .40 glock (insert journalism picture here) can't go through drywall, insulation, and siding.


.40 is a S & W round. You'd be pretty hard pressed to put a glock through drywall.
 
2012-10-11 04:52:54 PM

Big_Fat_Liar: .40 is a S & W round. You'd be pretty hard pressed to put a glock through drywall.


Wat.

/I just read the book 'Glock.' S&W developed the .40 S&W round, but Glock beat them to the market with the Glock 23.
//Glock also makes pistols in .357 SIG
///Just noticed the username
////Though they may party together, Fark is not Reddit
 
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