A purely fun "what if"

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    If I knew for a fact it was an airsoft gun, my reaction would probably be a close-quarters pistol disarm I learned from some time spent with local LEOs. If the goblin has his finger on the trigger, it ends up broken in the process. It also puts me in an opportune position to drop an elbow into his face. Problem solved.
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    I second turning his lights out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicMan218 View Post
    You knock him the eff out!!
    I was about to say the same thing...hahaha!!

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    "Mine's bigger..."

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    I played airsoft for a number of years a long time ago. There is a telltale sign of an airsoft gun (not the orange blaze) that make it a dead giveaway; the brass 6mm inner barrel that is easily seen within the "outer barrel". You can actually see this in a few films and movie advertisements as well.

    In any case, I would beat him with my shoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guantes View Post
    Draw and tell him, "On three we both shoot."
    sweet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakotaranger View Post
    Blow to his throat while grabbing for the airsoft pistol with the other hand
    "while grabbing for the airsoft pistol with the other hand"

    Why bother? <~~~~

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    Remove glasses and hand them to cute cashier.
    Rip open shirt...



    Take toy gun from shocked teen.
    Snap toy gun in half with bare hands.
    Hand pieces back to teen before putting glasses back on.
    Go home with cute cashier.
    Watch late news for a reported Superman sighting.
    Remember: When it comes to pulling the trigger, it is ALWAYS the perspective of others which determine if you are a hero, or a criminal.

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    I've been shot with airsofts before with it being as close as two inches away from my leg...hurts but you'll live!

    I'd just grab it from him then give him a lecture on life....be a man and get a job...your on the wrong path buddy.....and wait for the cops.

    Perhaps he needs a lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikolai View Post
    In any case, I would beat him with my shoe.
    ...while it's still attached to my foot.
    Proven combat techniques may not be flashy and may require a bit more physical effort on the part of the shooter. Further, they may not win competition matches, but they will help ensure your survival in a shooting or gunfight on the street. ~Paul Howe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikolai View Post
    In any case, I would beat him with my shoe.
    ... then I'd quote Red Foreman (That 70's Show): "If you ever do anything like that again, I will kick your ass so hard, your nose will bleed."
    "Someday someone may kill you with your own gun but they should have to beat you to death with it because it is empty."

    "Leave the gun, take the cannoli."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicMan218 View Post

    it'd be all like and the kid would be all like
    it'd be great !
    cracked me up but so true
    "Just because your paranoid doesn't mean their not out to get you !!!" Henry Kissenger as a wise man said to me strive to own one of every type and caliber

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    Quote Originally Posted by novasig226r View Post
    Well, since we're leaving the real world of law and punishments with this one...

    I makes no matter to me that the gun has an orange blaze. Those are easily painted onto a real gun. I'd have no way to know if his pistol was real or not. I am, thus, in fear of my life and missing A-Team reruns on TV Land.

    I'd whip out my 226 and shoot the punk in the face until my magazine was empty. I hate standing in lines. I'd pull two grenades from my cargo-shorts pockets and hurl one left and one right to take care of any backup Tangos he might be running with.

    After I've grenaded his friends and am done capping this lamer, I'd help him to his feet. We'd have Pepsi and hot dogs at the concession stand and swap war stories. AirSoft rules and you get to shoot people in the face! I'd suggest to him that he tape over the orange blaze, like I did on my 226, since it's distracting.
    laughing with tears on cheeks,cracking me up,i agree with u
    "Just because your paranoid doesn't mean their not out to get you !!!" Henry Kissenger as a wise man said to me strive to own one of every type and caliber

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    Well, if this happened at MY Wally World I would need to learn to speak Spanish in order to verbally communicate with him as I would be the only Anglo in line.

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