Can a pistol be a religious experience?

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Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Valorius » 21 Sep 2012, 14:12

I think so.

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Post by flyingirish04 » 21 Sep 2012, 14:22

You have raped the otherwise fine lines of the P7. Shame on you.
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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Cyberfly » 21 Sep 2012, 14:45

Do you always load your mags backwards or are you just paying homage to the famous HK advertisements?
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Post by MrSlippyFist » 21 Sep 2012, 14:57

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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Valorius » 21 Sep 2012, 16:06

Cyberfly wrote:Do you always load your mags backwards or are you just paying homage to the famous HK advertisements?
Considering that it is indeed an HK...what do you think? :)

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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by f3rr37 » 21 Sep 2012, 17:35

No.

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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Cyberfly » 21 Sep 2012, 18:29

Valorius wrote:
Cyberfly wrote:Do you always load your mags backwards or are you just paying homage to the famous HK advertisements?
Considering that it is indeed an HK...what do you think? :)
Honestly?
Either you stole the picture or you're a bonehead...
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Post by flyingirish04 » 21 Sep 2012, 20:36

It was an HK. Now it is a mutant abomination. And not in a cool way like wolverine, but in a severely messed up way like the kids of that woman in OH that just found out her husband was her biological father.
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Post by Valorius » 21 Sep 2012, 21:16

Cyberfly wrote:
Valorius wrote:
Cyberfly wrote:Do you always load your mags backwards or are you just paying homage to the famous HK advertisements?
Considering that it is indeed an HK...what do you think? :)
Honestly?
Either you stole the picture or you're a bonehead...
It is a tradition to photo HK's with the bullets loaded in the mags backwards. Check out HKPro.com sometime. If i didn't put the bullets in backwards, i'd get razzed. :D
flyingirish04 wrote:It was an HK. Now it is a mutant abomination. And not in a cool way like wolverine, but in a severely messed up way like the kids of that woman in OH that just found out her husband was her biological father.
The guys at HKPro LOVE it, just like i do. :)

Turned down $1400 for it today from my brother, who is a die hard P7 guy. I love this gun!

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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Cyberfly » 21 Sep 2012, 22:29

Okay, I can honestly say, "If you are happy, then I am happy for you!"
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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by flyingirish04 » 21 Sep 2012, 22:57

Valorius wrote:
Cyberfly wrote:
Valorius wrote:
Cyberfly wrote:Do you always load your mags backwards or are you just paying homage to the famous HK advertisements?
Considering that it is indeed an HK...what do you think? :)
Honestly?
Either you stole the picture or you're a bonehead...
It is a tradition to photo HK's with the bullets loaded in the mags backwards. Check out HKPro.com sometime. If i didn't put the bullets in backwards, i'd get razzed. :D
flyingirish04 wrote:It was an HK. Now it is a mutant abomination. And not in a cool way like wolverine, but in a severely messed up way like the kids of that woman in OH that just found out her husband was her biological father.
The guys at HKPro LOVE it, just like i do. :)

Turned down $1400 for it today from my brother, who is a die hard P7 guy. I love this gun!
Glad you are happy with it. I wouldn't be, but that's me.
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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Valorius » 22 Sep 2012, 05:14

I'm pretty sure i didn't build it for you. :p :lmao:

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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Cyberfly » 22 Sep 2012, 08:19

Valorius wrote:I'm pretty sure i didn't build it for you. :p :lmao:
Okay, not to pick at nits, but didn't HK build it and then you simply dress it up the way you liked it?
Or is this me pulling an Obama? "You didn't build that!" :D
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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by flyingirish04 » 22 Sep 2012, 12:19

Of course you didn't build it for me. I have taste ;) :p
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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Valorius » 22 Sep 2012, 15:18

Poor taste...but taste nonetheless. :D

Here is the HK ad that started the bullet backwards trend:

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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Cyberfly » 22 Sep 2012, 15:31

Valorius wrote:Here is the HK ad that started the bullet backwards trend:
Y-e-a-h...I think we've all seen it a time or fourteen. Sorta why I asked in my post above if you did it on purpose or if you were just a bonehead.
You do realize that there is a difference between being a fan and a fanboi, right?

I'm just saying... :?:
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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Valorius » 22 Sep 2012, 18:52

I'm sure that i need you to explain it me. Make sure you use small words.

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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by flyingirish04 » 23 Sep 2012, 00:28

Sorry, I can't get over this. I thought before you modded it that it was a beautiful weapon. Loved it.

But now? Seriously heinous looking weapon. The stainless doesn't even match and it makes the trigger guard look abnormal. You keep showing it and it keeps getting uglier.

I think I need a poll on just how ugly it is. I can't decide between "butt ugly", "glaringly heinous", "garish", or "gonorheal discharge".

Are those words small enough? :puke:
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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by jgreenberg01 » 23 Sep 2012, 05:00

Rosie O'Donnell ugly?
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Re: Can a pistol be a religious experience?

Post by Grantness » 23 Sep 2012, 05:52

gonorrheal discharge! :lmao:

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