Discussion in 'The VIP Lounj' started by NathanP, May 11, 2007.
I hereby nominate myself. Thank you very much!
Nathan, just hand over the man card now. Jeez.
Whatever. I'm a better shot with a M-16 then you are any day of the week
:lol: at everything in this thread :lol:
HA! I'll take you and your wimpy M-16 up against my M1 Garand, heck even my Winchester .30-30 lever action with iron sights any day of the week.
Self-esteem, no matter how utterly unmerited, is healthy. :)
Should I post CJ in thong photo as a candidate?
I'll take an HK417 uber alles.
Far prefer my Canon. :)
Although I doubt it, Ken could probably come up with something a bit more intimidating than a plastic M-16.
Duh, Ken's an officer, of course he can't shoot. :lol:
Hey, I resemble that note. :lol: :lol: :lol:
On a side note, I shot NCAA 3-position smallbore in college. I don't usually get beaten all that often on the range!
I am pretty handy with the Lancer Rifle...
Anyways mine is the sexiest... all the ladies love the keytar....
sniper and shotgun is good for me Mike, although the Lancer is nice too. :D
Actually, truth be told I am a shotgun (and torque-bow as of late) dude. Just thought I would keep it along the lines of the real weapons mentioned :D
Me+Torque Bow=You dead.
If college was West Point, I'm very impressed. If it was NYCC, maybe a little less so.
My couple of years of college were primarily community and correspondence, no shooting teams. But when I was in Germany I did make the brigade shooting team with both rifle and pistol and was an alternate for the division (3rd AD) team. I qualified Expert with virtually every weapon I was given, including XM-14, M-16, pistol (.45 and 9mm), M-2 and M-60. With the M-16 and both pistols I shot expert both left and right handed. I'm a natural lefty, but learned to shoot right handed early on.
Most of my quals were on a static range, but my final 2 were on a moving range, M-16 and 9mm.
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