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  1. Someone, Pritch I think, once said the man with the gun always wins no matter what anecdotes you have (or words to that effect).

    Well now I got a gun and plenty of anecdotes to spare, whos laughing now!?

    Well I've nailed all the safety procedures, so I'll be visiting the ranges. I hear that if you waver from gun conduct you get the shit kicked out of you, hell, that was my dad's job a few years back. I've heard that the feeling of a loaded weapon in your hands is godly.

    For Americans and soldiers, what do you feel when holding a live gun? Some guy was like 'the only thing stopping me from killing my comrades was my common sense.' This guy is mellow and real friendly and supportive. Is it true that your mind is like 'Should I kill?' or is this guy just a psycho.

    Just gotta know so I'm prepared.

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    2. Quast

      Quast

      Janderson said:

      Well now I got a gun and plenty of anecdotes to spare, whos laughing now!?

      For Americans and soldiers, what do you feel when holding a live gun? Some guy was like 'the only thing stopping me from killing my comrades was my common sense.' This guy is mellow and real friendly and supportive. Is it true that your mind is like 'Should I kill?' or is this guy just a psycho.

      What kind of gun do you have? As for what I feel when holding a gun...i feel nothing, or I'm not understanding the question. Your friend is wrong unless he feels that a gun has the ability to control your thoughts/actions and you have to struggle to defy its will.

    3. Ninja_of_DooM

      Ninja_of_DooM

      It'll be an Enfield SA-80. Bristish military standard issue. 5.56 NATO round.

      Well at least I learned something in my brief time in the forces. :p

    4. Janderson

      Janderson

      Yup Shit80, A2.

      I had an awesome time, I didn't feel anything with the loaded rifle. I probably would have if it wasn't for this thread... or maybe not, but thanks for your replies anyway.

      My rifle drills were pretty good, apparently. And I had a good understanding of the marksmanship principles, my only problems were my loose grip made recoil a nightmare and my tight grip shifted shots to the left, and my aiming eye got bored of looking at the target and vision blurred after a while, does anybody else get this? and how can I counter?

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