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(NJ.com)   "Being this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world and will blow you head clean off, you've gotta ask yourself a question: 'Do I have mail?' Well, do ya, punk?"   (nj.com) divider line 73
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2013-09-06 03:50:30 PM
The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)
 
2013-09-06 03:59:24 PM

phlegmmo: The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)


*TWEEET*   Markley's Law violation.  Fifteen yard penalty, and automatic loss of argument.
 
2013-09-06 04:16:09 PM
The S&W 500 would disagree.

/though it's not the most powerful either
 
2013-09-06 04:18:16 PM
See, and it's practical, too.  He could go away for the week, and he'd have all his mail out there when he returned, one day per chamber.
 
2013-09-06 04:19:59 PM

dittybopper: phlegmmo: The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)

*TWEEET*   Markley's Law violation.  Fifteen yard penalty, and automatic loss of argument.


He probably submitted this thread.
 
2013-09-06 04:22:57 PM

dittybopper: phlegmmo: The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)

*TWEEET*   Markley's Law violation.  Fifteen yard penalty, and automatic loss of argument.


A variant of Godwin's Law: As an online discussion of gun owners' rights grows longer, the probability of an ad hominem attack involving penis size approaches 1.

This was no discussion of gun owners' rights. The comment was directed at the size of the structure.
 
2013-09-06 04:23:38 PM

JohnAnnArbor: dittybopper: phlegmmo: The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)

*TWEEET*   Markley's Law violation.  Fifteen yard penalty, and automatic loss of argument.

He probably submitted this thread.


Nope, not mine.
 
2013-09-06 04:34:09 PM

phlegmmo: dittybopper: phlegmmo: The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)

*TWEEET*   Markley's Law violation.  Fifteen yard penalty, and automatic loss of argument.

A variant of Godwin's Law: As an online discussion of gun owners' rights grows longer, the probability of an ad hominem attack involving penis size approaches 1.

This was no discussion of gun owners' rights. The comment was directed at the size of the structure.


It's generally applicable to any "gun = penis" comment.

See:   Markley's Law Monday
 
2013-09-06 04:44:11 PM

dittybopper: It's generally applicable to any "gun = penis" comment.



"I did not know that."
www.mentalfloss.com
 
2013-09-06 05:08:16 PM
cinemanostalgia.net

/obscure?
 
2013-09-06 05:15:40 PM
I'll be surprised if S&W doesn't sue him for copyright infringement.
 
2013-09-06 05:15:57 PM
calbert:  /obscure?


You mean posting a pic from the exact scene where the quote of the subby comes from?

You mean a pic of possibly one of the most famous cop characters in cinematic history of the 20th century?

You mean the second most famous quote of said character - the first one being "go ahead make my day."

Other than that, yeah it's obscure...if you were born in the last 10 years or so.
 
2013-09-06 05:16:04 PM
I gots to know.
 
2013-09-06 05:19:41 PM
oh to be a young vandal teenager, I meant teenager, again

We would have had such fun with this, waiting for just the right timing, when he wasn't around, and then farking that shiat all up!

but no, too old now, too old
 
2013-09-06 05:24:25 PM

nekom: The S&W 500 would disagree.

/though it's not the most powerful either


...and it takes a real man to fire one of them.
 
2013-09-06 05:24:37 PM
I always like how he emphasized clean.
 
2013-09-06 05:24:38 PM
Hmm... the guy should have labeled it the "629 Classic DX."

The Model 29 is blued carbon steel. The 629 is stainless. That is clearly intended to be a representation of a stainless steel model.
 
2013-09-06 05:26:42 PM
heartoftea.com
 
2013-09-06 05:28:51 PM
Here comes the Libtard outrage.
 
2013-09-06 05:33:45 PM
That should keep those Easter Seals away.
 
2013-09-06 05:34:41 PM
I saw a .454 casull revolver with a two inch barrel the other day. Talk about ridiculous. Better hit what you're aiming at the first time.
 
2013-09-06 05:35:03 PM
That's a ton of work for something Kiefer Sutherland's gonna bash with a baseball bat.
"No, just you."
 
2013-09-06 05:35:40 PM

akula: Hmm... the guy should have labeled it the "629 Classic DX."

The Model 29 is blued carbon steel. The 629 is stainless. That is clearly intended to be a representation of a stainless steel model.


Model 29s are all carbon steel, but they aren't all blued. The 29 could be had in a nickel plated finish too (though I don't think they had that option on the Classic DX).
 
2013-09-06 05:36:45 PM

iheartscotch: I saw a .454 casull revolver with a two inch barrel the other day. Talk about ridiculous. Better hit what you're aiming at the first time.


Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan? I tried one once. Once.

/one of the few guns I've really hated shooting
 
2013-09-06 05:39:16 PM

phlegmmo: dittybopper: phlegmmo: The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)

*TWEEET*   Markley's Law violation.  Fifteen yard penalty, and automatic loss of argument.

A variant of Godwin's Law: As an online discussion of gun owners' rights grows longer, the probability of an ad hominem attack involving penis size approaches 1.

This was no discussion of gun owners' rights. The comment was directed at the size of the structure.


And why limit it to online discussions? Pretty sure that sort of thing would come in offline as well.

Also, Godwin's Law was pretty generic - any online discussion - while so-called Markley's Law is pretty specific, mostly because "No shiat, Sherlock". It's like me saying, "any discussion of SUVs" blah blah blah eventual penis joke. It's not an "oh, that's clever" observation, it's an "oh, you mean like everyone already does and has done since the first SUV came to market? What a remarkable observation you have made there, Mr Romero."

/also, you have a tiny penis
 
2013-09-06 05:42:01 PM
I own a .44 Magnum (S&W Model 29), so I'm really getting a kick out of these responses.
 
2013-09-06 05:42:37 PM

JesseL: iheartscotch: I saw a .454 casull revolver with a two inch barrel the other day. Talk about ridiculous. Better hit what you're aiming at the first time.

Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan? I tried one once. Once.

/one of the few guns I've really hated shooting


the Rock in Faster. good movie
 
2013-09-06 05:43:30 PM

iheartscotch: I saw a .454 casull revolver with a two inch barrel the other day. Talk about ridiculous. Better hit what you're aiming at the first time.


I have a S&W Model 329 .44 Mag with a 2" barrel and the lightweight scandium frame. (It was a gift...I'd never buy something that impractical myself.) You're not kidding about better hit with the first shot. It's not bad with .44 Special loads, but full magnum loads flat-out hurt to shoot. On the plus side, if the bullet doesn't get the bad guy, the muzzle blast will. ;-)
 
2013-09-06 05:44:52 PM

JesseL: iheartscotch: I saw a .454 casull revolver with a two inch barrel the other day. Talk about ridiculous. Better hit what you're aiming at the first time.

Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan? I tried one once. Once.

/one of the few guns I've really hated shooting


It was a Taurus raging bull; but yeah, I don't know who buys something like that. It wouldn't be any fun to shoot. I could see someone bringing it along if they were hiking in bear country; but, I wouldn't go any shorter than a 5" or 6" barrel on that. With a barrel that short; it can't be very accurate.
 
2013-09-06 05:48:58 PM
"blow you head"

I wasn't aware that type of filthy talk was allowed here.
 
2013-09-06 05:49:01 PM
I am confused; for what reason is this event newsworthy?
 
2013-09-06 05:49:28 PM
Not a handgun guy (if I can't deal using it with a maglite or a 12 gauge, I'm runnin) how would a Desert Eagle compare to a .44 Magnum?
 
2013-09-06 05:49:36 PM

Biner: iheartscotch: I saw a .454 casull revolver with a two inch barrel the other day. Talk about ridiculous. Better hit what you're aiming at the first time.

I have a S&W Model 329 .44 Mag with a 2" barrel and the lightweight scandium frame. (It was a gift...I'd never buy something that impractical myself.) You're not kidding about better hit with the first shot. It's not bad with .44 Special loads, but full magnum loads flat-out hurt to shoot. On the plus side, if the bullet doesn't get the bad guy, the muzzle blast will. ;-)


The fireball itself would probably be enough to blind, deafen and knock down any assailant.
 
2013-09-06 05:50:49 PM

iheartscotch: JesseL: iheartscotch: I saw a .454 casull revolver with a two inch barrel the other day. Talk about ridiculous. Better hit what you're aiming at the first time.

Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan? I tried one once. Once.

/one of the few guns I've really hated shooting

It was a Taurus raging bull; but yeah, I don't know who buys something like that. It wouldn't be any fun to shoot. I could see someone bringing it along if they were hiking in bear country; but, I wouldn't go any shorter than a 5" or 6" barrel on that. With a barrel that short; it can't be very accurate.


I could see a 4" S&W 500 being a reasonable choice - they're not really too bad to shoot (mostly because they weigh a ton) and much easier to hit with than the short barreled .454 Casulls.

Really though, I think I'd rather just carry a good rifle in a heavy caliber or a 12 gauge with quality slugs.
 
2013-09-06 05:50:55 PM

nekom: The S&W 500 would disagree.

/though it's not the most powerful either


Yep, I would say the .577 Snider Howdah Pistol would easily trump that:

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It shoots the big one to the left of this pic:
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Snider on left, followed by .577/450 Martini-Henry (the two in the middle), and .308 Ball on the right.
 
2013-09-06 05:51:27 PM

iheartscotch: Biner: iheartscotch: I saw a .454 casull revolver with a two inch barrel the other day. Talk about ridiculous. Better hit what you're aiming at the first time.

I have a S&W Model 329 .44 Mag with a 2" barrel and the lightweight scandium frame. (It was a gift...I'd never buy something that impractical myself.) You're not kidding about better hit with the first shot. It's not bad with .44 Special loads, but full magnum loads flat-out hurt to shoot. On the plus side, if the bullet doesn't get the bad guy, the muzzle blast will. ;-)

The fireball itself would probably be enough to blind, deafen and knock down any assailant.


As an added feature, the recoil will likely cause a shooter to swing his arms back far enough to strike any second assailant attempting an attack from behind.
 
2013-09-06 05:52:19 PM

phlegmmo: This was no discussion of gun owners' rights. The comment was directed at the size of the structure.


It mentions that he's a supporter of gun rights in the article.  Close enough.

Bigdogdaddy: I'll be surprised if S&W doesn't sue him for copyright infringement.


As long as he isn't selling it he's probably good.  An instance of 'copyright infringement' would probably be very tough because they'd be limited to damages - since he's not selling them there aren't any damages that way and in the case of his own box since they don't even sell huge replica gun mailboxes, again, no damages.

Plus, well, after what happened with S&W after it made deals with the Clinton administration, gun manufacturers are really sensitive to their customer base's opinions.  Being seen as an 'asshole' is a good way to lose millions, and gun owners are some of the most politically active, connected, and tight-knit groups out there.  S&W only recovered after it was sold(at a huge loss) to another company that publicly repudiated the deals.
 
2013-09-06 05:57:04 PM

PainfulItching: Not a handgun guy (if I can't deal using it with a maglite or a 12 gauge, I'm runnin) how would a Desert Eagle compare to a .44 Magnum?


I assume you mean a Desert Eagle in .50 AE, since .44 mag is actually one of the calibers they're chambered for?

To my perception, a .50 DE recoils quite a bit (subjectively maybe 40%?) more than a 4"+ large frame .44 Mag revolver. Much harder to shoot accurately too in my opinion.

I really think that .44 is about as big I'd want to go in a handgun that's anything like "normal" sized. The .500s are easy to handle, but it's mostly because they're in such an ungodly massive frame.

And because I feel like being an AW:
arizonagunowners.com

arizonagunowners.com
 
2013-09-06 05:58:53 PM
Dont forget the 500S&W Magnum Grill.

www.scottrobertsweb.com

I own all Ruger Revolvers but I would like to have a .500S&W someday other than my H&R Handi-Rifle single shot.  Fun gun to shoot and I cast lead bullets for it and for my friends that do own the 8 3/8" Revolver.
 
2013-09-06 05:59:07 PM
For a second I thought this meant that Clint was a voice available for saying "You've got mail. Punk." Which would be amazing.
 
2013-09-06 05:59:31 PM

PainfulItching: Not a handgun guy (if I can't deal using it with a maglite or a 12 gauge, I'm runnin) how would a Desert Eagle compare to a .44 Magnum?


Depends. There are several calibers that the desert eagle is offered in. They are, and these are the most common, .357 magnum, .44 magnum and .50 AE. The performance varies with each of the calibers; but, as I understand it, the desert eagle is very reliable.

Having never shot one; I can't tell you how easy or hard to shot they are. I do know that they are heavy as hell; and you better not try to shoot a desert eagle one handed, like in the movies.

Other than that; I can tell you that ammo for a desert eagle is expensive.

If you are considering purchasing one; rent one and shoot it first. Frankly, I prefer my 1911 to any number of new fangled guns.
 
2013-09-06 06:00:11 PM

washington-babylon: nekom: The S&W 500 would disagree.

/though it's not the most powerful either

Yep, I would say the .577 Snider Howdah Pistol would easily trump that:


The ballistics on the .577 Snider can do from a rifle length barrel are actually a bit shy of what the .500 S&W does from a handgun. The snider has a big case, but it's only intended to be run at black powder pressures.
 
2013-09-06 06:06:57 PM

iheartscotch: PainfulItching: Not a handgun guy (if I can't deal using it with a maglite or a 12 gauge, I'm runnin) how would a Desert Eagle compare to a .44 Magnum?

Depends. There are several calibers that the desert eagle is offered in. They are, and these are the most common, .357 magnum, .44 magnum and .50 AE. The performance varies with each of the calibers; but, as I understand it, the desert eagle is very reliable.

Having never shot one; I can't tell you how easy or hard to shot they are. I do know that they are heavy as hell; and you better not try to shoot a desert eagle one handed, like in the movies.

Other than that; I can tell you that ammo for a desert eagle is expensive.

If you are considering purchasing one; rent one and shoot it first. Frankly, I prefer my 1911 to any number of new fangled guns.


I was talking about the .50 cal. I know the ammo is expensive. If it can even be found. If I were going to get one, it would be for portability and I wouldn't bother with anything bigger than a 9mm.

If you can't stop what you are shooting with a 9mm, you should be running from it.
 
2013-09-06 06:08:03 PM

washington-babylon: nekom: The S&W 500 would disagree.

/though it's not the most powerful either

Yep, I would say the .577 Snider Howdah Pistol would easily trump that:


It shoots the big one to the left of this pic:


Snider on left, followed by .577/450 Martini-Henry (the two in the middle), and .308 Ball on the right.


That's not a 308. That's a 7.62x54r. Notice the rim at the bottom. 308 doesn't have that.
 
2013-09-06 06:08:13 PM

dittybopper: phlegmmo: The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)

*TWEEET*   Markley's Law violation.  Fifteen yard penalty, and automatic loss of argument.


I thought you lived out in prepper-country, not new Jersey.
 
2013-09-06 06:11:28 PM

KidneyStone: washington-babylon: nekom: The S&W 500 would disagree.

/though it's not the most powerful either

Yep, I would say the .577 Snider Howdah Pistol would easily trump that:


It shoots the big one to the left of this pic:


Snider on left, followed by .577/450 Martini-Henry (the two in the middle), and .308 Ball on the right.

That's not a 308. That's a 7.62x54r. Notice the rim at the bottom. 308 doesn't have that.


Actually, I think it's a .303 Brit (which makes sense if the pic is comparing British Army rounds). 7.62x54R has a broader case with more taper.
 
2013-09-06 06:19:54 PM

JesseL: Actually, I think it's a .303 Brit (which makes sense if the pic is comparing British Army rounds). 7.62x54R has a broader case with more taper.


I think you are correct, I just pulled all 3 cases out and sat them side by side.  The 54R has a larger rim and has the  chamfer on the back of the base.  There is also a more distinct taper starting a few mm up from the rim on the 54R.
 
2013-09-06 06:20:26 PM

JesseL: Actually, I think it's a .303 Brit (which makes sense if the pic is comparing British Army rounds). 7.62x54R has a broader case with more taper.


Yeah, the Russian also have a larger rim, where the Brittish is pretty small.
 
2013-09-06 06:21:37 PM
And I am too slow
 
2013-09-06 06:30:47 PM
phlegmmo

The heartbreak of T.P.S. (Tiny Penis Syndrome)

The left's obsession with other men's cocks marches on.
 
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