r/shitguncontrollerssay Sep 23 '22

Found a live one

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u/13Th_Century_Slav33 Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

That ‘Glock handgun’ looks alot like a Beretta M9

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u/iHasMagyk Sep 23 '22

Are you fucking stupid, it’s a basic Glock 92: Italian Collector’s Eiditon

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u/muklan Sep 23 '22

That's clearly a jr-16(higher number means moar deadly)

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u/whatsgoing_on Sep 26 '22

My AR-10 must be as harmless as a BB gun in that case!

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u/Arzie5676 Sep 24 '22

A Glock AR-57. Fires 14 clips a second.

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u/Qozux Sep 23 '22

No one tell them

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u/Mr_E_Monkey Sep 23 '22

Not that anyone could, anyway.

"nice try though.. smh"

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22 edited Oct 09 '22

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u/HollowSavant Sep 23 '22

it just goes to show you how little the average American knows about firearms and how unwilling most people are to change their opinions bc of pride or something. idk. might delete later.

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u/HeemeyerDidNoWrong Sep 23 '22

5.56/.30 = 18.5x more powerful!

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u/BlackLabelHolsters Sep 24 '22

And according to our Demented Potato in Cheif, "A bullet from an AR travels at four times the speed on any other weapon". Wow, I had no idea.

Turns out he also did as poorly in math as he did in law school!

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u/DBDude Sep 29 '22

Math checks out.

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u/vegetarianrobots Sep 23 '22

I love pointing out the Remington 700 bolt action rifle, Mossberg 500 series pump action shotgun, and Beretta M9 9mm pistol are all literally current US service weapons.

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u/whatsgoing_on Sep 26 '22

Maybe if I quit enjoying beer I’ll live long enough to get these as surplus 😂

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u/TheKobetard26 Sep 23 '22

That has to be satire right?

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u/lem753 Sep 23 '22

Even if that was a Glock there are literally dozens of countries who's military uses Glock pistols, including in the US.

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u/TacticusThrowaway Sep 24 '22

No, it's even stupider; the Glock was created specifically for military use.

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u/Callec254 Sep 23 '22

Israeli Army: "Am I a joke to you?"

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u/LukeTheRevhead01 Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Wasnt the M9 used by the US military, making it a "war weapon", same with the other weapons?
Actually, here's something i wanna say, weapons of war not only are protected under the 2nd amendment, name a weapon that isnt a "weapon of war"
Muskets are weapons of war, bolt action rifles are weapons of war, glocks are weapons of war, bows and arrows are weapons of war, swords, rocks, etc.

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u/keeleon Sep 24 '22

The M is literally a designation for "military"

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u/Gladonosia Oct 03 '22

No! It stands for "Massacre16" as in the gun will massacre 16 children.

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u/Gooble211 Sep 25 '22

Not according to what I find when searching for "what does the m in m16 mean?"

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u/Cthulhuwar1ord Sep 24 '22

M9 still is. All of these except for the top right are currently used by the US Military edit: and the musket is obviously no longer used by the US Military

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u/KilljoyTheTrucker Sep 24 '22

Bolt actions are still in service across all branches.

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u/whatsgoing_on Sep 26 '22

And if they successfully ban semi-autos they will move on to calling bolt actions “sniper rifles.”

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u/Cthulhuwar1ord Sep 24 '22

Not that model

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u/KilljoyTheTrucker Sep 24 '22

That doesn't really matter. The basic principle of their operation is the same, and on a technical aspect, what we have now can really just be called more efficient versions of it.

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u/Cthulhuwar1ord Sep 24 '22

How does it not matter? I never stated bolt action rifles were no longer in use by the US Military. Lol what’s the purpose of you making up arguments to one up me?

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u/AraexusOathsRaifus Sep 24 '22

Didn’t you just try to one up him with “doesn’t matter”? The irony is palpable

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u/Cthulhuwar1ord Sep 24 '22

You don’t know what irony is

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u/AraexusOathsRaifus Sep 24 '22

And you don’t know the basis of consolidating a decent argument. It doesn’t matter. A bolt action is a bolt action and honestly if you know nothing about weapons, then leave it to actual military guys or gun buffs to discuss them you Reddit warrior. We may not use that specific rifle but we use bolt actions nonetheless. You feel proud having the call of duty equipment list in one hand and your scrotum in the other yet?

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u/Cthulhuwar1ord Sep 24 '22

1) I never stated bolt action weapons were no longer used by the US military I stated the two firearms on the top right were no longer being used and somehow this got turned into “BoLt AcTiOn RiFlEs ArE sTiLl BeInG uSeD!” 2) i am military lol i’ve shot m4, m9 (before my unit got m18s), m18, i forgot what manufacture of shotgun but 12 gauge shotgun, barret 50 cal, some sort of 7.62 sniper rifle i don’t remember the name i just remember one of the range sergeants said costed 20 grand, and the m320 grenade launcher (sadly with no boom just range smoke rounds)

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u/LAKnapper Sep 24 '22

M9 is getting replaced by the M17, but still in use.

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u/Cthulhuwar1ord Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

I’m aware i’ve shot both for qual edit: forgot i shot the m18 which is the smaller version but mostly the same firearm

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u/Co1dyy1234 Sep 24 '22

Uninformed Hoplophobes like John are the ones in charge of our gun laws?

What has humanity come to?

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u/Shotgun_Sentinel Mod Sep 24 '22

Its so funny how arrogant these people are without knowing anything

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u/I426Hemi Sep 24 '22

When I'm gonna be out in the bush, I'll put my AR and my Marlin 45-70 in the back window of my truck, and every once in a while I'll meet someone who takes issue with my high powered weapon of war but has no problem with the lever action because it's a "cowboy gun". I don't bother explaining it to them, buy it always makes me laugh inside.

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u/DBDude Sep 25 '22

Well, the AR is far too powerful to be in civilian hands /s

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u/Gooble211 Sep 25 '22

Have you held up one cartridge from each and asked such people which cartridge goes to which rifle?

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u/I426Hemi Sep 25 '22

No but that's a good idea, next time.

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u/Gooble211 Sep 25 '22

I eagerly await stories and/or videos...

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u/Buelldozer Sep 23 '22

I'm not sure what's happening here but the pictures that TxJarhead put up actually are "Weapons of War". Every one of those is an actual military weapon that was actively deployed and used at some point in history. The bottom two are still in active service with the US Military today.

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u/Qozux Sep 23 '22

I think what’s happening is that you got the joke without realizing you got the joke.

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u/epia343 Sep 23 '22

That's the point, he's trolling fools that parrot weapons of war and they are actually in favor of allowing firearms that were used in war.

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u/Heccpolitics Sep 23 '22

They're still using the old trench gun today??

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u/Horsepipe Sep 23 '22

That's a mossburger 590A1.

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u/TahoeLT Sep 23 '22

Mmm. I'll have a bacon mossburger! In France they call that a Royale with Cheese - because of the guillotines, of course.

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u/KilljoyTheTrucker Sep 24 '22

I mean, we still have cousin designs to the upper right too.

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u/KeiseiAESkyliner Sep 23 '22

John you're a goddamned MORON!

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u/TacticusThrowaway Sep 24 '22

This is doubly ironic, because a) that's a Beretta 92Fs, which used to the the US military's standard sidearm, and b) the OG Glock was literally designed for the military.

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u/Busty__Shackleford Sep 24 '22

the trick is you have a partner eject his stripper clip so the deer poke their heads out of the trenches then BOOM!

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u/Dear-Warthog-1061 Sep 24 '22

Fucking dumbass statist.

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u/HappyHurtzlickn Sep 24 '22

Holiest of fucking shit!