This is a discussion on Best outrageous claims of bullet/gun capabilities? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by 4my son I read in one anti article that the 7mm magnum would obliterate an Elk. I guess the 30.06 that I ...
Anybody remember the scene in the James Bond movie, License To Kill, where the Bond girl takes her sawed off shottie and blasts a whole in a wall 8 feet away big enough for her and James to jump through? That's another good'n... :-)
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The one that sticks in my mind was when Steve McGarett (Hawaii 5-O) knocked out the outboard motor on a speed boat going full out with a snub nose from easily 400 yards.
~~~the biggest deficit of the general public is a lack of personal accountability.. I have no one to blame for my actions, regardless of circumstances, except myself and by the same token I can hold no one else responsible for my protection and well being other than myself~~~
I'm torn between the gun-shop mention that a Glock will discharge given the slightest bump or the myths of "knockdown power" and "hydrostatic shock". Hm.
A guy told me of an incident where a single shot from a .45 ACP picked up a 260 pound man, threw him 10 feet across a room where he slid down the wall, already dead.
After I stopped laughing I invited him to the grocery store and to the range. I told him we were going to buy a 5 pound sack of flour and see if he could put it over the berm for me on the first shot.
"What does Marcellus Wallace LOOK like?"
A gentleman informed me that if you were to shoot someone several times with a .22 LR, all it would do is p--- them off.
'When I buy this SIG, I won't want to buy another gun again....'
I had the weirdest dream last night...in it, one of my friends told me that if you put a soda bottle on the end of a 12 gauge, it turns into an AK. I laughed so hard that I woke up.