we just want you to know how much freedom is heading toward ya.
Hey we use it for more than ammo!
We also gotta weigh our drugs
@that1german, idk man. I prefer my weed in ounces and quarter pounds
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, meth😉
@that1german, Tools, and go cart engine capacity
Yeap... sounds like America! 🇺🇸
Because 9mm sounds better then 0.354 inches
5.56, 7.62, .223, 5mm, 9mm, 10mm, I think .22Rs as well, not quite sure about that one though. But yeah, we use metric where it matters most
@GayShjtSniper, .22 and .223 are imperial. 5.56 is the metric version of .223
I guess you can say we're measuring... Die-a-meters
No it wasn’t supposed to be like this!
@megamanx181x, we muricans just gotta make our own damn rules, now don't we?
@ TouchMyCatEars, always
Liters of soda for our fat asses
@Sluggernot, and now super troopers is stuck in my head
Scientist here, we do that with bullets so the commies know exactly what killed them
And that's why I shoot .40 caliber.
Baby steps people you wouldn’t believe how many Americans hate change
Sounds like us
We use a mix of caliber and mm like 32 acp,380 acp, 45 acp, 40 s&w, 223\5.56,308\7.62, 22 caliber(lr, Magnum,hornet) and some are only in mm like 9 and 10 mm 6.5 mm and other ones of European origin
@Greathoneybagger88, 9mm/380 use the same diameter bullet but different casings, and same with 10mm/40.
@sralius, 380 is a 9x17 bullet in Europe called 9mm short or Browning but in the us it's always called 380, also 45 acp is always called 45 because it's mainly a American round but it's technically a 11 mm bullet.
Oddly enough there was a point where we were close to converting, even being as far as having our signs be metric but our president at the time decided to change it