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Old 08-08-2007, 02:10   #1021
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This one may be out there but I'm not going through 40 pages to look.

If you've ever asked to be paid in ammo so that you wouldn't be tempted to spend the money on bills.

I just picked up 2 gigs of ram for my computer for 200 rds of .45 ACP
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Old 08-09-2007, 02:06   #1022
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This one may be out there but I'm not going through 40 pages to look.

If you've ever asked to be paid in ammo so that you wouldn't be tempted to spend the money on bills.

I just picked up 2 gigs of ram for my computer for 200 rds of .45 ACP
It is now!!!!
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Old 08-12-2007, 01:36   #1023
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If you start shooting IDPA and your wife asks "Do you have any hobbies that AREN"T gun related"

If you have ask yourself "Well, is there such a thing as a non-gun hobby?"

If you decided that no, there are no non-gun hobbies. There is only gun collecting, shooting, shooting competitions, gun cleaning and reloading. What else is there?
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Old 08-12-2007, 15:25   #1024
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If you decided that no, there are no non-gun hobbies. There is only gun collecting, shooting, shooting competitions, gun cleaning and reloading. What else is there?
GLOCKTALK!!!!

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Old 08-12-2007, 15:46   #1025
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This one may be out there but I'm not going through 40 pages to look.

If you've ever asked to be paid in ammo so that you wouldn't be tempted to spend the money on bills.

I just picked up 2 gigs of ram for my computer for 200 rds of .45 ACP
Just ask Navy and he'll send you the entire thing by e-mail. I hear the bound leather edition is coming out soon.
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Old 08-12-2007, 18:01   #1026
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Just ask Navy and he'll send you the entire thing by e-mail. I hear the bound leather edition is coming out soon.
+1!

pm me your email and I will shoot you the most recent list. 850 unique and individual entries. I also send out the updated list to those who have asked for it in the past so you get added to that list as well.
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Old 08-12-2007, 18:09   #1027
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If you decided that no, there are no non-gun hobbies. There is only gun collecting, shooting, shooting competitions, gun cleaning and reloading. What else is there?
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GLOCKTALK!!!!


Doh!!! What was I thinking? Maybe not enough burnt gun powder in my diet? BRB, must go fire off a few hundred round then I'll be fine again!!!
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Old 08-13-2007, 06:16   #1028
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You go out and buy the movie Heat just because someone showed you the firefight scene on youtube.

You realize after buying Heat that you own half of your movies because of cool firefight/gun fight scene (Tombstone, Tears of the Sun, etc., etc.)

You've used these one of these movies to drown out the nagging fiance of a roommate (500 watts + AK and M4 Chatter can really drown out someone).

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Old 08-13-2007, 07:46   #1029
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You've used these one of these movies to drown out the nagging fiance of a roomate (500 watts + AK and M4 Chatter can really drown out someone).
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Old 08-30-2007, 15:47   #1030
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You might be a gun nut if

on your way to the shooting range, you are listening to a radio talk show about guns, and call in to question the guest's use of the term "assault weapon," sparking a discussion that you then read about in more than one gun-related newsletter.....


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Old 08-30-2007, 15:50   #1031
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You might be a gun nut if

Also, if posting the above was your 777th post on GlockTalk...
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Old 08-30-2007, 19:17   #1032
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Well, just a few days (well one, but I've been here for awhile already) into the school year and I've got quite a few:

You find it hilarious that the Gun Club ends up right behind the Model UN at the school activities fair.

Other clubs get don't like being next to the gun club because we crowd them (140 new people signing up in 2 hours!). I guess it is true what I was told by an alumni . . . guns draw engineering students like a fire draws moths.

You call public safety to let you into your room, and end up having a 30 minute conversation with the officer and your roommate about Class III firearms, gun laws, carry laws, ballistics, etc.

The officer says that it seems like you know the gun laws better than the local authorities/BATFE.

The highlight of coming back to school involved the packages you have waiting for you in the mail room from Midway USA and The Wilderness and a trip with fellow gun club folk up to a gun show.

You try to pitch a firearm project to the professor in charge of senior design projects.

You try to push a floor shooting event for a hall education event.
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Old 08-30-2007, 19:55   #1033
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Well, just a few days (well one, but I've been here for awhile already) into the school year and I've got quite a few:

You find it hilarious that the Gun Club ends up right behind the Model UN at the school activities fair.

Other clubs get don't like being next to the gun club because we crowd them (140 new people signing up in 2 hours!). I guess it is true what I was told by an alumni . . . guns draw engineering students like a fire draws moths.

You call public safety to let you into your room, and end up having a 30 minute conversation with the officer and your roommate about Class III firearms, gun laws, carry laws, ballistics, etc.

The officer says that it seems like you know the gun laws better than the local authorities/BATFE.

The highlight of coming back to school involved the packages you have waiting for you in the mail room from Midway USA and The Wilderness and a trip with fellow gun club folk up to a gun show.

You try to pitch a firearm project to the professor in charge of senior design projects.

You try to push a floor shooting event for a hall education event.
Busy first day back at school, huh?
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Old 08-30-2007, 19:55   #1034
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Old 08-30-2007, 19:56   #1035
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Well, just a few days (well one, but I've been here for awhile already) into the school year and I've got quite a few:

You find it hilarious that the Gun Club ends up right behind the Model UN at the school activities fair.

Other clubs get don't like being next to the gun club because we crowd them (140 new people signing up in 2 hours!). I guess it is true what I was told by an alumni . . . guns draw engineering students like a fire draws moths.

You call public safety to let you into your room, and end up having a 30 minute conversation with the officer and your roommate about Class III firearms, gun laws, carry laws, ballistics, etc.

The officer says that it seems like you know the gun laws better than the local authorities/BATFE.

The highlight of coming back to school involved the packages you have waiting for you in the mail room from Midway USA and The Wilderness and a trip with fellow gun club folk up to a gun show.

You try to pitch a firearm project to the professor in charge of senior design projects.

You try to push a floor shooting event for a hall education event.
Good Job!! A+!!!
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Old 08-30-2007, 19:57   #1036
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Nice shooting........
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Old 08-30-2007, 19:59   #1037
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See previous discussion of Mozambique drill...
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Old 08-30-2007, 23:48   #1038
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You try to pitch a firearm project to the professor in charge of senior design projects.
Decided paperwork would add too much delay to senior design project...... but pitched it to other group members anyway....
didn't make it to the professor though.
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Old 08-31-2007, 19:35   #1039
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It's thirty aught six, not alt six. (pronounced like ought)
That the way I learned to say it as well. Aught = 0
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